Lamia

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* [[Final Fantasy III]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy III]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy IV]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy IV]] as [[Lamia]]
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* [[Final Fantasy IV: The After Years]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy V]] as [[Lamia]], [[Lamia's Tiara]]
* [[Final Fantasy V]] as [[Lamia]], [[Lamia's Tiara]]
* [[Final Fantasy IX]] as [[Lamia's Flute]], [[Lamia's Tiara]]
* [[Final Fantasy IX]] as [[Lamia's Flute]], [[Lamia's Tiara]]
* [[Final Fantasy XII]] as [[Lamia's Tiara]]
* [[Final Fantasy XII]] as [[Lamia's Tiara]]
* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales]] as [[Lamia]]
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* [[Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics]] as [[Lamia Harp]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics]] as [[Lamia Harp]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]] as [[Lamia]]
* [[Final Fantasy Tactics Advance]] as [[Lamia]]

Revision as of 15:55, 25 March 2009

Lamia was, in ancient Greek and Roman mythology, a hideous creature who kidnapped and murdered children. She was originally a beautiful woman who was loved by the Greek god Zeus. A jealous Hera snatched away her children and turned her into the creature that she became.

The name "Lamia" was gradually used to categorize a type of child-snatching daemon that ate the flesh of its victims. In modern mythology, the lamia is a type of female Vampire.

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