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Ixion is a wind-elemental Eidolon from Final Fantasy Dimensions II. It can be obtained as a signet for Jornee to equip by doing the "Byakko of the West" side quest during the Middle Ages.

Ixion is one of Jornee's stronger signets towards the ending of Chapter 3-2 of the "Crystal of Time" arc. If obtained by defeating the level 45 Byakko challenge, Ixion will provide Jornee with a decent boost for all her stats during the chapter's ending. Its Thundara black magic abilities allow Jornee to have a way to deal powerful wind-elemental and machine-killer damage to multiple enemies, which are useful during the arc's 4th and 5th chapters.

Ixion's wind damage increasing passive is easily outclassed by the stronger variant provided by Jornee's second Ramuh and Wind Witch eidolon.


Ixion's signet artworks take influence from the summon's original appearance from Final Fantasy X.


Ixion's special attack is Thor's Hammer, which deals heavy wind-elemental damage to all enemies and deals more damage against machine enemies. Summoning Ixion costs 3 bars from the Summon Gauge.


Rank AP Required Max HP Max MP Max Attack Max Magic Max Speed Components Needed
1★ 50/50 172 14 13 19 15 None
2★ 100/100 210 17 15 23 17 Green Gem I
3★ 150/150 245 19 18 26 20 Green Gem II


The following are the abilities Jornee can learn from Ixion:

Ability-type Name Effect Cost
Thundara I Ability All Enemies: Wind magic attack
Effective against machines
MP 37
Thundara II Ability All Enemies: Wind magic attack
Effective against machines
MP 37
Thundara III Ability All Enemies: Wind magic attack
Effective against machines
MP 37
Wind ATK +14% Passive (Unlocked with Final Evolution)


In the original free-to-play versions of the game there were two variations of the summon, a weaker variant that taught Dispel Attack abilities and a stronger variant that taught Thundaga abilities. Both versions of the signet could only be obtained through the game's summon draw shop. Ixion was an SS rank summon and could be equipped by any party member.



Ixion was a king of the Lapiths (an ancient tribe of Thessaly) and the son of either the god Ares, Antion, or the notorious evildoer Phlegyas in Greek mythology.

Ixion was summoned to the table of the gods, but rather than being grateful, he immediately tried to seduce Zeus's wife, Hera. Zeus stopped them and then tested Ixion by trying to seduce him with a fake Hera made from a cloud. Ixion slept with her, and was later punished by being strapped to a flaming wheel that flew around the world forever. Meanwhile, the fake Hera gave birth to the Centaurs, thus the reason why Ixion is portrayed by a horse-like creature.