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* [[Final Fantasy Explorers]] as Ifrit
* [[Final Fantasy Explorers]] as Ifrit
* [[Final Fantasy Record Keeper]] as Ifrit
* [[Final Fantasy Record Keeper]] as Ifrit
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* [[Final Fantasy Legends: Spacetime Crystal]] as Ifrit
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* [[Final Fantasy Legends II]] as Ifrit
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* [[Dissidia Arcade]] as [[Ifrit]]
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* [[Dissidia Final Fantasy NT]] as [[Ifrit]]
* [[World of Final Fantasy]] as [[Ifrit]]
* [[World of Final Fantasy]] as [[Ifrit]]
* [[Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius]] as [[Ifrit]]
* [[Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius]] as [[Ifrit]]
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* [[Final Fantasy VII G-Bike]] as [[Ifrit]]
* [[Final Fantasy VII G-Bike]] as [[Ifrit]]
* [[Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness]] as Ifrit Mail
* [[Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness]] as Ifrit Mail
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* [[Grandia Xtreme]] as Ifrit Blade
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* [[Mobius Final Fantasy]] as Ifrit
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* [[Antique Carnevale]] as Ifrit
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* [[Drakengard 2]] as Ifrit (mention)
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Revision as of 07:28, 12 August 2017

In Arabic mythology, ifrits are enormous winged creatures of fire that constitute a class of the Jinn, and are able to assume human or animal form. These creatures, though insusceptible to physical weapons, can be dominated or even killed, given the right magical procedures. Ifrits live in tribal-structured communities, usually marrying one of their own kind, although human unions are possible.

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