Ogre (オーガ, Ōga?) is a recurring enemy in the Final Fantasy series. They tend to be hard-hitting bulky enemies with high defense. Their attacks are usually comprised of physical attacks, and they sometimes bear counterattacks.
- 1 Appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy
- 1.2 Final Fantasy II
- 1.3 Final Fantasy III
- 1.4 Final Fantasy IV
- 1.5 Final Fantasy IX
- 1.6 Final Fantasy X
- 1.7 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Adventure
- 1.9 The Final Fantasy Legend
- 1.10 Final Fantasy Legend II
- 1.11 Vagrant Story
- 1.12 Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
- 1.13 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 1.14 Final Fantasy Dimensions II
- 1.15 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 1.16 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.17 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 1.18 Mobius Final Fantasy
- 1.19 Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon
- 2 Gallery
- 3 Etymology
The Ogre appears in the original Final Fantasy in its first incarnation, and the Ogres of the game are renowned for their EXP and GP. This pink enemy is usually encountered with Gigas Worms and only has physical attacks in its arsenal. The green Ogre Chief is similar to the Ogre, but is stronger and bears more EXP and GP. The blue Ogre Mage is a unique member of the genus, as it is a skilled spellcaster; they usually appear alongside other Ogres.
In the new dungeons available in the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary versions, two more Ogres are present. The Yellow Ogre is fought in the Whisperwind Cove, Lifespring Grotto, and the Hellfire Chasm, and is of similar strength to the Ogres fought earlier in the game. The gray Mad Ogre is the strongest Ogre with 1,000 HP and high Attack and Defense stats, in addition to its EXP and GP return.
The basic Rank 2 Ogre is the weakest in its family. For the points they are first fought in the game, they have a plentiful HP count and Attack stat. They usually appear in groups, potentially being a threat to the player. The Rank 3 Ogre Mage has higher HP, MP, Magic Defense, and Evasion stats, but is mainly set apart from the first Ogre due to the spells at its disposal, Blind IV, Blizzard V, and Sleep IV.
Better yet, the Ogre Chief has a far greater HP, Attack, and Defense, and a much higher gil return for the player. Though they can only use physical attacks, they are a tough enemy the first time the player encounters them.
The Ogre and Ogre Mage are fought in Kashuan Keep, the Dreadnought area, and Deist. The two and the Ogre Chief all are fought in Deist Cavern, and only the Ogre Mage and the Ogre Chief are fought in the dungeons of Fynn Castle.
The Ogre is an opponent fought in Doga's Grotto. Earlier in the game, the Boss Troll and Fachan are fought together in the Saronia Catacombs. None of these enemies are dangerous to the player at the times they are fought.
The green Ogre is a strong enemy fought in the Lodestone Cavern. Its abnormally high Strength and HP, and the fact it usually attacks in groups of three make them a formidable opponent. An even tougher opponent, the blue Mad Ogre fought in the Tower of Babil are stronger than the normal Ogre in every way, and also appear in threes.
Kiyoshi Yoshii is one of the enemies fought in the Developer's Room in limited versions of the game. He uses the Ogre template, albeit using more human-like colors. He has a great amount of health, and if the player does not defeat him after the series of battle messages ends, he will cast Sleep on himself.
Appears as an enemy in the Upper Section of the Tower of Babil.
The previous installment's main two Ogres return as tough enemies for the sequel, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. The ordinary Ogre is fought in Baron and Mist Cave during Ceodore's chapter, Mount Ordeals and around Kaipo in Kain's chapter, Agart Mine and Sealed Cave in Rydia's chapter, the Tower of Babil in Edge's chapter, and the Challenge Dungeon in the chapters of Rydia, Yang, Porom, Edward, and Palom.
After a drought in Ogre enemies over the previous installments of the series, the Ogre appears again in Final Fantasy IX, albeit with a great difference in appearance. It attacks with the knives it wields, the Knife and the Trouble Knife. It also has the Fire-elemental ability, Flame. It is fought in Oeilvert and in the Triquai Plains.
The Ogre is an enemy and fiend genus in Final Fantasy X. Ogres are over-muscular creatures with two or four arms. Their strength can be great enough at times to kill one of a player's characters with one, or maybe two punches. When they raise their fists, approximately after losing half their health in most cases, they can counter whenever a character makes a normal attack. Some of them are extra tolerant to Fire-elemental spells.
The brown-colored Ogre is the weakest of the genus and is encountered in the Calm Lands. After losing half its health, it will move into its counter status. It is one of two Ogres weak to Fire, the other is the stronger Bashura. Bashura is a purple variation of the Ogre, and one of the toughest normal enemies in the game, fought in Mt. Gagazet and in the Zanarkand Ruins.
The yellow Wendigo is a boss in the game. The Wendigo, accompanied by a couple of Guado Guardians, is fought at Lake Macalania. As with the previously mentioned Ogres, it will also start to counter after half its health is lost.
Unlike the other Ogres, Kottos the Area Conquest monster, fought at the Monster Arena and available after capturing every fiend from the Mi'ihen Highroad, can use counter at any time throughout the battle.
The Ogres are physical hard-hitters in Final Fantasy X-2, but once they Oversoul (after seven kills), they can also use magic attacks. Hrimthurs, the weakest Ogre, is fought in chapters 1, 2, and 5, and is fought in Bikanel. The stronger Gigas appears in chapters 3, 4, and 5, and is a slightly strong brown variation of Hrimthurs, also fought in Bikanel, as well as the Ruin Depths and the Thunder Plains. The strongest Ogre, Gug, only appears in chapter 5 and can be fought at the Farplane.
In the Via Infinito, Hrimthurs is fought in cloister 10 to 12, Gigas is fought in 30 to 32, and Gug in 70 to 74.
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Ogres appear in Final Fantasy XIV.
The Ogre is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into. It can be found on the eleventh floor of the Tower.
The Ogre is an enemy and also a possible monster that the party's monster unit(s) can transform into.
The Ogre is an enemy and a boss in Vagrant Story. The Ogre Lord is an enemy and boss as well. The Ogre Zombie is fought in the Shin-Vice area in Iron Maiden B2. They are agile foes who deal high damage and are resistant to chain abilities. Later the basic Ogres return as regular enemies in the Iron Maiden. Ogre Zombie can be fought alongside Death in the time trials.
The Ogre is a strong enemy with high HP. They are found in few areas, but most notably the Mine of Cathuriges where they appears quite frequently.
Ogre is also a family (two sprites unknown, one is Metamorph the other is unused/belongs to unrecognized enemy):
Ogre from Final Fantasy IV appears as an enemy.
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