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Auron is awesome!!Kaospyri 22:36, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

Hey, Auron is a very cool character. He is my favorite character in FFX. User:hotdragon295

Me. I hate his hypocritical self. He tells Tidus not to cry at critical moments but does so at Zanarkand. No, I don't respect him either. In fact, I purposely leave his grid stuck at Power Break, and have Tidus shut him up when it comes to his tutorial. I feel the same way about Auron as I do for: Kain, Shadow, Kefka, Cloud, Sephiroth, Vincent, Yuffie, Squall, Amarant, and Paine. -- 12:17, July 21, 2012 (UTC)

Auron's Jug Edit

Here are some of the main reasons to why it is believed that Auron's jug contains sake.
1) It's a sake jug
2) Auron is modeled after a Ronin, who were known to carry a full jug of sake
3) Ronin would purify their swords, by pouring sake in their mouthes and spitting it out on their swords, much like Auron does in his overdrive(s).
4) Due to the heavy influences from Japanese cultur, it makes it unlikely for it to be anything other than sake.
--Hecko X 16:30, 2 November 2006 (UTC)

I win.

It could be a Moonshine jug, they look like that, you know. (I've always consider it to be Moonshine). Crazyswordsman 16:46, 2 November 2006 (UTC)
Actually, they don't. Moonshine jugs have a "handle" near the jug opening, which helps you pour its content. Sake jugs usually don't have that handle, making them look more like... I don't know... fat vases. At least, that goes for original sake jugs. --Hecko X 17:21, 2 November 2006 (UTC)

Heh. I love being childish. You're probably right actually, guess the game creators were wrong when they said that the text on the bottle means nog in Spiran writing. --Auron Kaizer 16:47, 2 November 2006 (UTC)

Nog = a term used in certain parts of England only for "strong ale" (this is the only definition where nog is thought of as alcohol).
Sake = distilled alcoholic beverage = ale.
In a sence, the same thing, but unless the actual Japanese creators said the English word "ale", in stead of some translator "mistranslating" (no wait, can't be, cause that's never happen in FF before...) "sake", I'm sticking with that it's sake in the jug. Also, just for fun, try looking up the word "nog" in a dictionary, see what you find. Feel free to add your findings here, cause I'm curious. --Hecko X 17:21, 2 November 2006 (UTC)
Where'd it say that? Still, Moonshine is funnier than Sake and Nog put together. Crazyswordsman 17:22, 2 November 2006 (UTC)
In the Merriam-Webster online dictionary. Out of all the dictionaries I own, as well as of those I know of online, M-W was the only one that could define "nog" by itself, and even then, the etymology of the word was unknown, mainly because it's not even an actual word (at least not when it has to do with alcohol). But moonshine (at least the kind we have in Serbia) is a bit too strong for my taste, burns like hell, but it works wonders on a soar throat and a clogged nose --Hecko X 17:46, 2 November 2006 (UTC)
All right, I believe you now. For the matter, Auron would drink Absinth. --Auron Kaizer 18:23, 2 November 2006 (UTC)

The word "nog" as it's used in this context is more-or-less derived from middle English "noggin", slang term for a small wooden mug you drink alcohol from. As such, in this case, assuming it's not a mistranslation, they're refering to the jug itself and not its contents.

Should we just put the Nomura Artwork in the character template thingy there on all characters? It's a bit non-systematic right now. (By the way, that Sake discussion is QUITE childish =P) --Auron Kaizer 18:12, 29 December 2006 (UTC)

But you still participated in it ^_^ But I would go with either the Nomura artwork or the thing-a-magig with the FFX logo in the background, like it is here. --Hecko X 18:36, 29 December 2006 (UTC)
The Nomura ones look better. --Auron Kaizer 18:55, 29 December 2006 (UTC)


WHY WOULD IT BEIN APPLE JUICE OR CHOCOLATE MILK!!!!?!?!?!? those are childish drinks wtf would a 35 year old be drinking that?!?!?!?! and on another not if you flip nog around its gon which would sound like gone .... heh the nog is all gonKaospyri 22:41, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

WAit 'nog' let's see EGGNOG how did we not catch that!!!!Kaospyri 22:42, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

@Kaospyri: Why's the nog gone? -- Sorceror Nobody Flan 22:52, 8 May 2009 (UTC)

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doesnt he play blitzball? a sport played in a giant ball of water???Kaospyri 22:44, 16 March 2009 (UTC) no he doesnt play blitz ball and apperntly the japanesse have no hair on their arempits or chest {i heard that in james bond) Oni Dark Link 22:55, 4 August 2009 (UTC)

I can't tell what KD said, all I see is (((Text))) I have to go into edit mode too see it....Papayaking 22:25, September 10, 2009 (UTC)

Auron is a SamuraiEdit

Yes, he starts out with Warrior's ability "Power Break" and eventually learns Knight's command, !Guard, he's still a Samurai due to his Overdrive.
--LuvLuv G2000 01:51, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

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The "Bushido" Overdrive is NOT a Dark Knight's nor a Warrior's ability. I agree with Luv. He's a Samurai, or Ronin. -- 12:21, July 21, 2012 (UTC)

Reason for Auron's popularityEdit

Note the similarites! It's so obvious!


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Maybe a little around the mouth. But that's it.

de:Auron Edit

Of coure this works... this connect the german wiki with the english wiki. Look at the right side, there is a box with the language. And with this, you can change from an english version of the article to a german version. Look at our auron, there this is allready there. --Scharesoft 15:54, 28 February 2008 (UTC)


Thanks :) Of course we also link from every german article to the englisch one. --Scharesoft 16:06, 28 February 2008 (UTC)

Weapon and Armor Info Edit

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Some idiot vandilised this page, unless Auron is gay, anyway, i fixed it. Myself 123 17:20, 29 October 2008 (UTC)

Auron's Arm???? Edit


It's a posture that many samurai are known to useKaihedgie 02:49, 18 February 2009 (UTC)

Samurai fight with both hands, unless it's Musashi who fight with both swords. Auron never uses his left hand probably to make him look badass. Leon5550

In the old days of Feudal Japan, some Samurai who had lost a master (Daimyo- the feudal lords) would become ronin (masterless samurai). Some ronin would tuck their arm or arms into their robe-thing (sorry, don't know the proper term), typically their sword-wielding arm, to signify and commemorate the loss of their master. Maybe Nomura designed Auron to always tuck in one arm in his robe-thing because he was honoring the loss of his "master", Braska, and possbibly his friend Jecht. Violetmage 21:35, 10 March 2009 (UTC)

Good point i always thought it was injured and it hurt to use itKaospyri 22:48, 16 March 2009 (UTC)

Entomology? Edit

So Auron was named after a relative of Treebeard? I guess he hides his bark underneath the robes.... Drake Clawfang 00:08, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
He's also an insect if he's studied in entomology. Maybe he hides his other set of limbs under the coat as well.--Muchomas35 00:11, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
Ooh, Aurora. I never related the two. I'd at least mention it, it makes some sense.  ILHI 10:03, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
Yes.  ILHI 18:34, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
No you're stupid because you use the entire talktexttest2 template. JK! Just write the name of your template like{{Your template|text=then write what you want to say.}}No need to copy the whole thing! --Zack fair 007 18:37, 23 June 2009 (UTC)


Under trivia, it talks about how Auron is healed by curing things even though he's Undead. But he's not Undead. He's never said anywhere in the game to be Undead. He's Unsent, which, in FFX, is not the same thing as being Unsent at all. I've just been replaying FFX, and so this stuff is fresh in my mind. Is it alright if that part is changed? - Chocobo Knight 16:33, September 28, 2009 (UTC)

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Yuna's Pilgrimage Edit

Why throughout the game is Auron so intent on Yuna completing her pilgrimage? He already knows the truth about the pilgrimage (and evidently by the flash back disagrees with it) and is one of the first to attack Yunalesca when the rest learned the truth. So I ask what were his intentions with rushing the pilgrimage all the time? Did he plan for Yuna to abandon it at the last minute the whole time? Or did he have a change of heart at the end too? The fact that he brought Tidus to Spira in the first place would suggest he was in on the faiths plan but really he seems so intent on getting to Zanarkind. Is he really just an impatient person? Oni Dark Link 19:36, February 12, 2012 (UTC)

Auron wants to kill Yunalesca. He tried it himself once but failed. He wants Yuna and her guardians go with him to Zanarkand to kill her. That's my guess. He has to put quite a lot of trust in Tidus and Yuna though that they would come into the same decision he made 10 years ago, but guess he doesn't have much to lose in any case. After he has completed "his mission" he can leave for the Farplane.Keltainentoukokuu 19:44, February 12, 2012 (UTC)