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Alarm that calls monsters.
Final Fantasy IV description

Siren (アラーム, Arāmu?), also known as Alarm, is a recurring item in the Final Fantasy series.

Appearances Edit

Final Fantasy IV Edit

Siren is an item that forces the player into a battle with the rarest enemy group in the current map. It can be found in the Giant of Babil, Cave of Trials, and the Lunar Ruins (as part of the Mech Set), dropped from Tunneler (2D and 3D), Arachne (2D and 3D), Alraune (2D and 3D), Security Eye (2D only), Searcher (2D and 3D), Green Dragon (2D and 3D), Yellow Dragon (2D and 3D), and stolen from Security Eye (2D only), Searcher (3D only). In the 3D remakes, it can also be obtained by completing the Lunar Path West and East maps (x3 each) and Lunar Subterrane B5 map (x3), or bought for 3,000 gil at the Hummingway Home.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude- Edit

Siren is an item that forces an encounter with rarest formation and group.

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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

Siren is a dummied item would have automatically sent the player into a battle.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

Siren is an item that can only be used in Quest Medleys. It summons fearsome foes to the next Battle Music Sequence the player can reach. It can only be used once per Chaos Map. It can be obtained randomly after completing a Music Stage.

Final Fantasy Explorers Edit

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Etymology Edit

Sirens are from Greek mythology. In the story of Odysseus, the Sirens are beautiful women who lure sailors with their voices. Odysseus escaped the Sirens by having all his sailors plug their ears with beeswax. He was curious as to what the Sirens sounded like, so he let himself be tied to the mast to ensure he could not fall victim to their voices.

Trivia Edit

  • In Final Fantasy XV, the player can use the "monster whistle" to spawn enemies at the nearest spawn spot.
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