Artwork of Typhon and Ultros by Yoshitaka Amano.

A monster first appearing in Final Fantasy VI. Ultros never fails to call him "mister". With a harsh cry of "FUNGAH!!!" he uses his powerful Snort to send foes flying.

Dissidia Final Fantasy Summon Compendium

Typhon (テュポーン, Tyupōn?), also known as Typhoon or Chupon, is a recurring creature in the Final Fantasy series. He is Ultros's partner and also appears as a summon. Typhon appears as a large purple and pink monster with a large mouth and a second face on his rear end. Typhon's trademark attack is Snort, which can either kill a party member instantly or remove them from battle.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Typhon (PSP).

Typhon appears in the Dawn of Souls, Final Fantasy 20th Anniversary and iOS releases as an optional boss in Whisperwind Cove, appearing along with Orthros, Phantom Train and Death Gaze. Typhon can use Snort to instantly kill a party member, and drops a Genji Helm upon defeat.

Final Fantasy VI[edit | edit source]


In its first appearance, Typhon debuts when the party attacks the Floating Continent, backing up Ultros when he is defeated. Typhon's Snort blows the party off the Blackjack and into a battle with Air Force.

After the cataclysm, Ultros is hired as a receptionist at Dragon's Neck Coliseum, and Typhon fights in the arena on his behalf to help him. If the player bets an item of insufficient rarity or value, Typhon will put up an Elixir and battle the player, using Snort on his first turn to end the battle instantly and the item that was bet is returned to the player.

Final Fantasy VII[edit | edit source]

Typhon model.

Typhon (known as Typoon in the PlayStation release) is a summon. His Summon Materia is located in the Ancient Forest. Typoon's special attack, Disintegration (天地崩壊, Tenchi Hōkai?), costs 160 MP, and inflicts Fire, Ice, Lightning, and Earth elemental damage on all enemies, ignoring defense but missing flying enemies. Typoon's spell power is equal to 6.875x the base magic damage.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

Typoon can be summoned in battle using the appropriate Materia. Typoon is Comet-elemental.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2[edit | edit source]


Typhon appears alongside Ultros as a downloadable opponent to be fought in the Coliseum, called by his friend Ultros during the battle against him, in the "Uninvited Invertebrate" mission. Even stronger than Ultros and with more than three million HP, he attacks Serah and Noel mercilessly, supported by Ultros's defensive spells. Upon defeat he can be recruited into the Paradigm Pack as a Commando while having his signature Snort attack as his Feral Link ability.

Final Fantasy XIV[edit | edit source]

Typhon artwork.

Typhon appears in the Hildibrand Manderville sidequests for patch 2.4 as a monster kept in Master Fygreis's Coliseum. Due to his allergy to the scent of uncooked truffles, Typhon was used by Ultros to make it seem Avia can use Tempest Blade. Once the deception of Avia's Tempest Blade is exposed, Ultros convinces Dour Meadow to let Typhon and himself fight the adventurer in the Dragon's Neck arena. After losing, Typhon is present at the award ceremony before being forced to sneeze up a strong wind by the thief of many faces that sends Ultros and Gilgamesh flying.

Typhon also appears in Manderville Gold Saucer in the "Any Way the Wind Blows" game.

He is described as being a friendly Voidsent who, along with Ultros, was summoned by the Thaumaturge Guild's experiments.

Typhon reappears in the stage "Miss Typhon" in acts 1 and 3 at the Masked Carnivale. Defeating him without defeating Ultros or his tentacles rewards you "Octopath Traveler" achievement.

Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

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Big Master Typhon is a fishing lure fashioned after the recurring Typhon enemy from the series. It is obtained from the Totomostro arena, as an allusion to Final Fantasy VI where Typhon appeared at the Coliseum. The lure is good against some of the superfish, notably the Pink Jade Gar, considered the hardest fish to catch.

Final Fantasy Tactics S[edit | edit source]

Typhon's portrait.

Typhon appeared as a recruitable character and boss.

Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

Typhon, along with Pandemona and Phoenix, was considered to be a summon, but was discarded.

Final Fantasy Dimensions II[edit | edit source]

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Dissidia Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Typhon being summoned.

Typhon is a summon obtained as a stage bonus in Destiny Odyssey VII. When summoned, its Final Fantasy VI artwork appears and it uses Snort to blow away a random digit of the opponent's Bravery.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Typhon makes a cameo in the in-game manuals, explaining accessories with Relm and Ultros. He only speaks in cries of "FUNGAH!" and elongations of such, the actual tutorial messages appearing in brackets as subtitles. He also reappears as a summonstone with the same effect as in Dissidia. He can be purchased from certain Moogle Shops for 40 KP.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[edit | edit source]

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With frightening faces on both his front and his rear, this forest-dwelling cryptid appears with unsettling laughter. The powerful tornados he lets loose swallow all and turn the very heavens upside down.

Typhon's CollectaCard

Typhon appears as an enemy during Battle Music Sequences.

Pictlogica Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

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Typhon appears as an enemy.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[edit | edit source]

A party fighting Typhon.

Typhon appears as an enemy during an event called "Typhon Appears".

Final Fantasy All the Bravest[edit | edit source]

Never one to mince words, this vile, two-faced monster lets its snort do the talking.


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Typhon appears as an enemy encountered on the South Figaro Sea. He uses Snort and drops the Zwill Crossblade.

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

Typhon appears as a boss, usually alongside Orthros.

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Final Fantasy World Wide Words[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

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Mobius Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

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Both Typhon and Ultros appear reusing their models from Final Fantasy XIII-2.

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Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon[edit | edit source]

Chupon appears as a character.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales[edit | edit source]

Typhon has four cards under his name, and unlike most cards, each is a different element, covering fire, earth, water, and light.

Cards[edit | edit source]

#119 ★★★ Red
Attack None None None
2 damage for each * in your CP gauge and causes a Burn.
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#120 ★★★ Green
None Attack None None
Chow Time
2 damage for each * in your CP gauge and causes Poison.
Typhoon Snort.png
#121 ★★★ Blue
None None Attack None
2 damage for each * in your CP gauge and causes Freeze.
Typhoon Body Slam.png
#122 ★★★ Yellow
None None None Attack
Body Splash
2 damage for each * in your CP gauge and causes Numb.
Typhoon World Destroyer.png
#123 ★★★★★ Grey
None None None
World Destroyer

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Final Fantasy: Unlimited[edit | edit source]


Typhoon is summoned by the Magun attached to Kaze to be used against Fungus, producing a barrier around its target that would crush that figure while imploding.

The Soil Charge Triad needed to summon Typhoon is:

  • More infinite than the open sky, Sky Blue!
  • Perfection that pierces the earth, Grand Brown!
  • A deception to twist reality, Magic Violet!

Followed by saying "Appear! Summoned Creature! Chupon!"

In the English audio version, the Soil Charge Triad was changed to:

  • An infinity that surpasses the heavens, Sky Blue!
  • A completeness that goes through solid ground, Earth Brown!
  • The deception to hollow out a dimension, Magic Violet!

Followed by saying: "Come out! I summon you, Typhoon!"

Final Fantasy Trading Card Game[edit | edit source]

Typhon's Final Fantasy VI and Final Fantasy XIII-2 appearances have cards. They are Wind-elemental.

Triple Triad[edit | edit source]

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Typhon appears on a Triple Triad card in the version playable via Final Fantasy Portal App.

Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[edit | edit source]

Itadaki Street[edit | edit source]

In Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable, Typhon is a chance card. The card's ability: Pay 100G, warp target property (except chance areas).

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Typhon (Τυφῶν Tūphôn) is a god in Greek mythology, the son of Gaia and Tartarus, and was married to Echidna, mother of all monsters. He tried to kill Zeus and replace him as the king of gods, but failed, and was imprisoned under Mt. Etna, a volcano in Sicily which violent eruptions are said to be caused by Typhon himself. He was a monster with a hundred serpent heads, and was able to breathe fire. He was also father to Cerberus.

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