A gigantic dragon with one, two...a lot of heads. Do those yappers in the back count? Each head has a different element and personality. It makes deciding where to go for dinner a huge pain. Don't confuse this tiamat with the Fiend of Wind. That one has even more heads.Mirage Manual entry
Tiamat is an enemy in World of Final Fantasy. It serves as one of the four guardians of the keys to the quadrelemence barrier in The Crystal Tower, and is fought alongside Asterius in the tower's Chamber of Wind and Earth. It can be fought again at The Coliseum and also appears very rarely as a regular enemy in the post-game dungeons.
In the Maxima version, Tiamat is a superboss and the guardian of the Hidden Dungeon's wind route, and must be defeated to unlock the final route, where it is fought again along Garland and the other Four Fiends.
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- Wind Route
- Final route
|The Crystal Tower - Chamber of Wind and Earth||Asterius, Tiamat|
|The Coliseum - Guardians of Earth and Wind||Asterius, Tiamat|
|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|
|Hidden Dungeon - Wind route - Boss room||Tiamat|
|Hidden Dungeon - Final route - Boss room||Garland, Kraken, Tiamat, Marilith, Lich|
Tiamat is a primordial goddess of the ocean in Mesopotamian religion. The game Dungeons & Dragons has Tiamat as a chromatic dragon, the Queen of the Evil Dragons, and as such the opposing deity to Bahamut, who is a platinum dragon and the King of Benevolent Dragons.