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Chaos


NES BATTLE SPRITE


MSX BATTLE SPRITE



WSC MAP & BATTLE SPRITE



PSX MAP & BATTLE SPRITE



GBA MAP & BATTLE SPRITE



PSP MAP & BATTLE SPRITE

HP: 20,000 (2000/4000)
ATTACK: 170 (100)
ACCURACY: 200
DEFENSE: 100
AGILITY: 50
INTELLIGENCE: 40
EVASION: 100
MAGIC DEFENSE: 200
GIL: 0
EXPERIENCE: 0
TREASURE: None
WEAKNESS: None
RESISTANCE: Confusion, Darkness, Death, Fire, Ice, Lightning, Mind, Paralysis, Poison, Quake, Silence, Sleep, Stone, Time
* Amounts in (parenthesis) indicate stats in original NES release and PSX hard mode.
FINAL FANTASY I :: ENEMIES :: BOSSES :: FINAL BOSSES

PRONUNCIATION: KAY-os
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: カオス
NES NAME: CHAOS
ORIGINS NAME: Chaos
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Chaos
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Chaos

    After being defeated by the Warriors of Light, the corrupt knight Garland was sent two thousand years into the past by the Four Fiends, using the power they had drained from the Crystals. In the past, Garland was reborn as Chaos, the ultimate embodiment of evil. He then sent the Fiends into the present to drain the Crystals of their power. This action created a time loop, wherein Garland would be sent back in time, while the Fiends would be propelled to the future everytime the Warriors of Light killed him.
    After restoring the Crystals, the heroes traveled back in time by way of the Chaos Shrine's Black Crystal and battled their way through the Shrine's chambers before coming face to face with their old adversary. Garland transformed into Chaos and attacked the heroes, but he was ultimately destroyed in an epic battle, ending the time loop and bringing peace to the world.

GAME INFO
    Final boss of Final Fantasy I.
    Fought in:
     • Chaos Shrine (B5)
    Attacks can cause Paralysis.
    Uses the following spells in battle:
     • Blaze
     • Blizzaga
     • Blizzara
     • Curaja
     • Cyclone
     • Earthquake
     • Firaga
     • Flare
     • Haste
     • Slowra
     • Thundaga
     • Tsunami

ADDITIONAL INFO
    Chaos has upgraded stats in each version of Final Fantasy I. In the original NES release, he only has 2000 HP. This was upgraded to 4000 HP in Final Fantasy Origins, and 20,000 in Dawn of Souls and the Anniversary Edition.
    The depiction of Chaos resembles medieval Christian interpretations of the Devil, which includes wings, horns, and a monstrous face on his abdomen.


Chaos artwork by Yoshitaka Amano

NAME ORIGIN
    Chaos was a Greek god, the personification of the disorder and formless matter said to exist before the universe. The word comes from the Greek word khaos, meaning "abyss".

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