A tiny wind pixie that makes its home in forests and other places of natural beauty. The sylphs are good friends of Serafie—in fact, she sometimes meets up with them to play cards and gossip—so be sure to treat them with the same boundless affection Serafie expects you to feel for her.

Sylph is an enemy in World of Final Fantasy. In the middle of Chapter 1, a Sylph joins the player's party, but Sylphs are also encountered in some Murkrifts or as very rare encounters in post-game dungeons.

Stats[edit | edit source]

Base stats[edit | edit source]

Mirage Board spaces[edit | edit source]

Active Ability SP Required
Subdue 4
Renew 4
Wisperwind 2
Balance 2
Tickle 2
Passive Ability SP Required
Enhanced Cure 4
Stat Boosts
Stat SP Required
Magic+ 3
Magic Defense+ 3
Magic Defense+ 3
Agility+ 3
Agility+ 3
Evasion+ 3
Miscellaneous Spaces
Blank Space SP Required
Blank Space 2
Prism SP Required
Sylph Prism 1
Transfiguration SP Required
Siren 1
Miscellaneous Information
SP Total SP
Mirage Board 40
Mirage Board family 89
Level Requirement Level
Fresh (No other transfiguration unlocked) Transf. Unlocked
Mirage Board completion 31 30
Mirage Board family Mastery 66 65

Encounter stats[edit | edit source]

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Overworld Murkrifts[edit | edit source]

EX Dungeons[edit | edit source]

Formations[edit | edit source]

Location Formation
Overworld Murkrift - near Valley Seven Zapt x2, Sylph x2, Sand Worm x2
Overworld Murkrift - near bottom of map Sylph x2, Bablizz x2, Fritt x2
Overworld Murkrift - above Balamb Garden Bablizz x2, Sylph x2, Sand Worm x2
EX Dungeon A - Area 2 Moogle, Trihyde, Sylph, Tiamat
EX Dungeon B - Area 3 Moogle, Trihyde, Sylph, Tiamat
EX Dungeon C - Area 1 Moogle, Trihyde, Sylph, Tiamat
EX Dungeon Z - Area 1 Moogle, Trihyde, Sylph, Tiamat

Related enemies[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Sylph (also called sylphid) is a mythological creature in the Western tradition. The term originates in Paracelsus, who describes sylphs as invisible beings of the air. There is no known substantial mythos associated with them.

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