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Gigameth worked as the advisor of King Gorn of Saronia. He actually was a fiend known as Garuda, being disguised as a human to manipulate the king and take over his kingdom. After the flow of time is restored by the Warriors of Light, Gigameth starts mind-controlling King Gorn, who orders his soldiers to fight each other for no reason at all. And if anyone tried to question him he would order the person to be executed for treason. When the king's son, Prince Alus, tried to question the King, he temporarily broke free of the spell, ordering his son to be expelled from the castle, so Gigameth would not harm him.
 
Gigameth worked as the advisor of King Gorn of Saronia. He actually was a fiend known as Garuda, being disguised as a human to manipulate the king and take over his kingdom. After the flow of time is restored by the Warriors of Light, Gigameth starts mind-controlling King Gorn, who orders his soldiers to fight each other for no reason at all. And if anyone tried to question him he would order the person to be executed for treason. When the king's son, Prince Alus, tried to question the King, he temporarily broke free of the spell, ordering his son to be expelled from the castle, so Gigameth would not harm him.
   
 
The Warriors of Light eventually arrive at Saronia, but their airship is accidentally bombarded. They find Alus in the pub, where he is being picked by some bullies. After helping Alus, they decide to help him to end whatever is happening. The king invites them to sleep at the castle, but during night he enters their room and attempts to kill Alus. Everyone awakes, and Gigameth orders him to finish the job, but the king breaks free from the spell and kills himself. Gigameth becomes furious and reveals his true form to fight the Warriors of Light. He is slain by them, and peace is restored to the kingdom.
 
The Warriors of Light eventually arrive at Saronia, but their airship is accidentally bombarded. They find Alus in the pub, where he is being picked by some bullies. After helping Alus, they decide to help him to end whatever is happening. The king invites them to sleep at the castle, but during night he enters their room and attempts to kill Alus. Everyone awakes, and Gigameth orders him to finish the job, but the king breaks free from the spell and kills himself. Gigameth becomes furious and reveals his true form to fight the Warriors of Light. He is slain by them, and peace is restored to the kingdom.
   
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Garuda

Gigameth (real name: Garuda) is one of the antagonist from Final Fantasy III.

Story

Gigameth worked as the advisor of King Gorn of Saronia. He actually was a fiend known as Garuda, being disguised as a human to manipulate the king and take over his kingdom. After the flow of time is restored by the Warriors of Light, Gigameth starts mind-controlling King Gorn, who orders his soldiers to fight each other for no reason at all. And if anyone tried to question him he would order the person to be executed for treason. When the king's son, Prince Alus, tried to question the King, he temporarily broke free of the spell, ordering his son to be expelled from the castle, so Gigameth would not harm him.

The Warriors of Light eventually arrive at Saronia, but their airship is accidentally bombarded. They find Alus in the pub, where he is being picked by some bullies. After helping Alus, they decide to help him to end whatever is happening. The king invites them to sleep at the castle, but during night he enters their room and attempts to kill Alus. Everyone awakes, and Gigameth orders him to finish the job, but the king breaks free from the spell and kills himself. Gigameth becomes furious and reveals his true form to fight the Warriors of Light. He is slain by them, and peace is restored to the kingdom.

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Final Fantasy: Garland | Fiends of Chaos | Chaos | Astos
Final Fantasy II: Palamecian Empire (Emperor Mateus, Leon, Borghen, Dark Emperor & Light Emperor)
Final Fantasy III: Xande | Djinn | Gigameth | Goldor | Gutsco | Hein | Cloud of Darkness
Final Fantasy IV: Baron Empire (Golbez, Kain Highwind, Baigan, Dr. Lugae & Red Wings) | Elemental Archfiends (Scarmiglione, Cagnazzo, Barbariccia & Rubicante) | Zemus/Zeromus | Maenad | The Creator
Final Fantasy V: Exdeath | Gilgamesh | Enkidu | Neo Exdeath | Demons of the Rift | Void | Enuo
Final Fantasy VI: Gestahlian Empire (Emperor Gestahl, Kefka Palazzo, Typhon & Ultros) | Cult of Kefka (Kefka Palazzo & Magic Master)
Final Fantasy VII: Shinra Inc. (President Shinra, Rufus Shinra, Heidegger, Palmer, Professor Hojo, Professor Hollander & Scarlet) | Turks (Elena, Reno, Rude & Tseng) | Remnants (Kadaj, Loz & Yazoo) | Don Corneo | Genesis | Jenova | Omega Weiss | Sephiroth
Final Fantasy VIII: Adel | Fujin | Griever | NORG | President Vinzer Deling | Raijin | Seifer Almasy | Ultimecia
Final Fantasy IX: Alexandrian Empire (Queen Brahne, Thorn and Zorn, Meltigemini & Kuja) | Garland | Necron
Final Fantasy X: Yevon (Seymour Guado, Yo Mika, Wen Kinoc & Lady Yunalesca) | Jecht | Shuyin | Sin | Leblanc Syndicate (Leblanc, Logos & Ormi) | Yu Yevon
Final Fantasy XI: Promathia | Shadow Lord | Shantotto
Final Fantasy XII: Archadian Empire (Vayne Solidor, Doctor Cid, Gabranth, Ba'Gamnan, Bergan, Ghis, Judge of Wings & Venat)
Final Fantasy XIII: Barthandelus | Bhunivelze | Caius Ballad | Jihl Nabaat | Order of Salvation | Orphan | Yaag Rosch
Final Fantasy XIV: Archbishop Thordan VII | Ascians (Elidibus, Igeyorhm, Lahabrea, Nabriales & Warriors of Darkness) | Gaius Van Baelsar | Heavens' Ward | Illuminati | Livia Sas Junius | Lolorito | Nael Van Darnus | Nero Tol Scaeva | Nidhogg | Quickthinx Allthoughts | Regula Van Hydrus | Rhitahtyn Sas Arvina | Teledji Adeledji | True Brothers of the Faith | Varis Zos Galvus
Final Fantasy XV: Ardyn Izunia | Iedolas Aldercapt | Glauca | Ravus Nox Fleuret | Loqi Tummelt | Caligo Ulldor | Verstael Besithia
Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light: Chaos | Servants of Chaos (Asmodeus, Beezlebub, Belphegor, Leviathan, Lucifer & Mammon)
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within:General Hein | Phantoms
Final Fantasy: Unlimited: Earl Tyrant | Fungus | Herba | Oshca | Pist Shaz XI | Solijashy
Final Fantasy Adventure: Dark Lord | Julius
Final Fantasy Chrystal Chronicles: Meteor Parasite | Raem
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time: Larkeicus
Final Fantasy Chrystal Chronicles: My Life as a King: Dark Lord
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates: Cu Caspel | Galdes
Final Fantasy Dimensions: Elgo | Four Generals (Asmodai, Baugauven, Styx & Vata)
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest: Dark Lord | Skullrus Rex | Stone Golem | Twinhead Wyvern | Vile Four (Dualhead Hydra, Flamerus Rex, Ice Golem & Pazuzu)
Final Fantasy Tactics:Algus | Delita Hyral | Gafgarion | Gerrith Barrington | St. Ajora | The Lucavi (Belias, Cuchulainn, Dycedarg Beoulve, Marquis Elmdor & Vormav Tingel/Hashmal) | Wiegraf Folles
Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Duelhorn (Alys the Ensorceled, Duke Snakeheart, Maquis & The Night Dancer) | Khamja (Ewen & Illua) | Klesta | Neukhia
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance: Llednar Twem | Queen Remedi
Final Fantasy Type-0: Cid Aulstyne | Gala | Gilgamesh Ashur | Nimbus | Qator Bashtar | Qun'mi Tru'e

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