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Get out of my town!


Sinspawn Ammes is the first boss in Final Fantasy X fought by Tidus and Auron at Dream Zanarkand after Sin's initial attack.



Some can't wait to die!


The battle is a tutorial and includes instructions on Overdrives. There is no chance of defeat, as Ammes's only attack is Demi, which cannot kill the party since it only takes off a percentage of health, and at worst Auron's and Tidus's HP falls to three.

It is impossible to Overkill it without cheating.

Other appearancesEdit

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Sinspawn Ammes's Gravity will take away a quarter of your current HP, kupo! Watch out for the Spines attack that usually follows after Gravity!

Dr. Mog's Advice

Sinspawn Ammes appears as the boss of Zanarkand in Final Fantasy Record Keeper. It is accompanied by three Green Sinscales.

  • Gravity: Deal damage to one target, proportional to its HP.
Additional Information

If all Sinscales are destroyed, they revive after a certain number of turns.

Element Vulnerability
Fire Normal
Ice Normal
Lightning Normal
Earth Normal
Wind Normal
Water Normal
Holy Normal
Dark Normal
Poison Normal
Status Immunities


When first fought, the player is likely to have only the basic characters available (Tyro, Cloud, White Mage, Black Mage), which in itself is not an issue. Nor is Gravity. The biggest threat from Ammes is its accompanying Sinscales, whose Spines pack a wallop. The player should fell two of them while the mages concentrate on healing the party and blasting Ammes itself, as the Sinscales are slower to respawn unless all three are gone. Two or three rounds of combat should be enough to take it down.

The player will get Wakka soon enough after this, and longtime players will probably also have Auron, Kimahri, Yuna or Tidus aboard as well, making this battle a good starting point to grind them using Record Synergy bonuses should their levels be low.



In a religious context, sin is the act of violating God's will. Sin can also be viewed as anything that violates the ideal relationship between an individual and God; or as any diversion from the perceived ideal order for human living. To sin has been defined as "to miss the mark".

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