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Lich, the Chaos of Earth is an antagonist in Final Fantasy Dimensions II. He is one of the Four Chaoses sent to wreak havoc throughout the timeline during the Crystal of Time arc.



Lich appears as a robed skeleton creature that wields a staff. His overall appearance is based on Lich's multiple sprite designs from the original Final Fantasy.


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The party fighting Lich.

Lich is fought multiple times throughout the game's Crystal of Time story arc. He is first fought during the "Crisis Time" quest of Chapter 2-2. He is then encountered during the "Chaos of Earth" quest of Chapter 5-2. His final main story appearance is during the "Chaos of Earth, Final!" quest of Chapter 6-3.

In addition, Lich appears as a boss during multiple side quests. His first side quest appearance is the "Lich of Earth" quest, which can be done after completing "Crisis Time" main story quest. A version known as Lich Mind is fought as part of the "Scars of the Rotten Earth" subquest after defeating him in Chapter 5-2. Lastly, he appears as an optional boss on the 26th floor of Babil Tower.


Morrow's first Lich signet.

There are two versions of Lich's signet available for Morrow to obtain throughout the game. The default Lich signet is obtained during the "Chaos of Earth" main story quest, this version teaches Kill-type abilities to Morrow. The second version can be obtained as a first-time completion reward for defeating Lich in Babil Tower. Lich's second signet teaches Morrow Earth Flare-type abilities.

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Lich in the original Japanese free-to-play version of Toki no Suishō.

In the original free-to-play versions of the game, Lich's role was overall the same as in the premium releases. However, Lich also appeared as an event boss multiple times throughout the game's life cycle.

Lich appeared as an additional enemy summoned by Kuja during one of his encounters as part of the "Kuja, Messenger of Death" collaboration event in Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō. In addition, Lich also appeared as an event boss during the "VS Chaos Bahamut" event during the launch of Final Fantasy Legends II.



In fantasy fiction, a lich is a type of undead creature. Often such a creature is the result of a transformation, as a powerful magician or king striving for eternal life uses spells or rituals to bind his intellect to his animated corpse and thereby achieve a form of immortality.


  • Lich's appearance in all versions Final Fantasy Dimensions II contains nods to his past appearances in the Final Fantasy series.
    • His appearance is based on his sprites from the original Final Fantasy.
    • Like the original Final Fantasy, Lich is the first of the Four Chaoses to be defeated. In addition, he is fought during the finale of Final Fantasy Dimensions II.
    • When fought as a side quest boss during the "Lich of Earth" quest, Lich drops the Vampyr signet for Jornee. This serves as a reference to the Vampire being a servant to Lich in the original Final Fantasy.
    • Lich's signets teach Morrow Kill and Earth Flare abilities. Kill was a powerful Black Magic spell used by Lich in Final Fantasy; while Earth Flare also serves as a reference to Lich having access to the spell during his final encounter in the Chaos Shrine.
    • In Final Fantasy Legends: Toki no Suishō, Lich also appeared as an additional enemy during the encounters with Kuja. This serves as a reference to Kuja summoning Lich to serve him during the final dungeon of Final Fantasy IX.
  • In addition, Lich contains certain similarities to Scarmiglione from Final Fantasy IV.
    • The first reference is Lich first encountering the party in the Mysidia region during the Crystal of Time arc, which references Scarmiglione encountering Cecil and his party during his time in the Mysidia region in Final Fantasy IV.
    • During the events of the Mysidia Crisis, Lich is constantly cackling throughout the Mysidia Palace while following the party. This references a similar action done by Scarmiglione in Final Fantasy IV, which had him hissing while stalking the party on Mount Ordeals.