|Game|| •Tales of Phantasia|
•Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon
•Tales of Eternia
•Tales of Symphonia
•Tales of Legendia
•Tales of Vesperia
•Tales of Xillia
•Tales of Xillia 2
|Occupation|| •Spirit of Fire|
•Primary Craymel of Inferia
|Japanese Voice Actor||Tetsu Inada (ToS)|
|English Voice Actor||Keith Szarabajka (ToS)|
Efreet (イフリート Ifuriito?) is the Spirit of Fire, also representing one of the four cardinal elements of the Tales games. Efreet has appeared in several games of the series as a character or cameo, and he is able to be summoned through the Efreet arte. Efreet is opposed by Undine, the Spirit of Water, and in certain games Celsius, the Spirit of Ice. In Tales of Rebirth, Efreet is replaced by Fenia, the Sacred Beast of Fire. In Tales of Graces, he is replaced by the Spirit Blood Flamme. Initially appearing as a wispy flame creature, Efreet has evolved into more of a crimson giant.
Appearances in Mothership Titles
Tales of Phantasia
Efreet makes his first appearance in Tales of Phantasia as a Spirit. Efreet is the Fire Spirit and appears as a ghost-like creature made entirely of flame. Found in the Cave of Burning Sand, he is one of the first four Spirits the party must face before they can meet Maxwell, the "Lord of the Four Elements". A gruff creature, he tests the party and is pleased with the results. Efreet requires the "Garnet Ring" to forge a pact, granting Claus F. Lester with the power to summon him in battle with the Efreet arte. In battle, Efreet attacks with punches and throws out fireballs. He can use Flame Wave (フレイムウェイブ Fureimuweibu?) to throw out a large wave of fire that travels at the bottom of the screen.
Tales of Destiny
Efreet appears in the PlayStation release Tales of Destiny as a special attack that can only be summoned through the consumable item "Efreet", which is described as an ancient weapon capable of calling forth the fire spirit. An Efreet parody called "Jifneet" also has an appearance in the PlayStation 2 remake of the game, where the "Gentlewakame" (ジェントルワカメ?) enemy will summon it when his Break Gauge reaches 100% in an arte called Jifneet (自負ニート Jifuniito?).
Tales of Eternia
Efreet appears in Tales of Eternia as one of the Greater Craymels and one of the Primary Craymels of Inferia. The Fire Craymel governs the use of all Fire-elemental spells. Efreet's home is the Efreet Gorge. Proud and haughty, he looks down on humans and considers his duties as a Greater Craymel to be more important than humans. Disgusted by Efreet's unwillingness to help, Undine forces him into the Craymel Cage, where the three Primary Craymels together summon Rem. Much like how Undine helps the party combat the intense heat of his domain, he in turn protects the party from Mt. Celsius's bitter cold. His appearance calls Celsius, who attacks out of fear and insanity. Efreet can be summoned through the arte Efreet.
In battle, Efreet attacks mainly through his fists, slamming them down like hammers. He has access to Burning Beast (バーニングブレイク Baaningubureiku?, "Burning Break"), where he will trap an enemy in his fist and concentrate fiery explosions on said enemy, and Flame Wave (フレイムウェイブ Fureimuweibu?) to send out a wave of fire on the ground, as well as Fire-elemental Craymel Artes like Eruption, Explode, and Fear Flare. Efreet can also use Explosion Nova if he manages to strike a foe with two punches in a row.
Tales of Destiny 2
Tales of Symphonia
Efreet, the Ruler of Hellfire, appears in Tales of Symphonia as one of the Sylvaranti Summon Spirits. He appears as a large, powerful entity. Residing in the Triet Ruins, he is the Summon Spirit of Fire. He is able to be summoned through the Summon: Fire (降霊召符・火 Koureishoufu: Hi?) arte, which will display Efreet's name after the arte's name.
In battle, Efreet attacks with punches. He has access to Flames of Destruction (バーニングブレイク Baaningubureiku?, "Burning Break"), where he will trap an enemy in his fist and concentrate fiery explosions on said enemy, and Burst Fall (バーストフォール Baastofooru?), in which he slams his fists into the ground to cause an explosion, and he can use Fire-elemental spells like Eruption, Raging Mist, and Explosion. In the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 ports of the game, he gains a new arte called Unhinged Inferno (インフェルノ・リミテッド Inferuno Rimiteddo?, "Inferno Limited"), where he will place his hands on the ground to cause a magic circle to appear, from which a pyre of fire will arise.
Tales of Legendia
Efreet appears in Tales of Legendia as one of the Summon Spirits. He appears as a bird-like entity, similar to that of a phoenix. Efreet makes his first appearance at the end of Will Raynard's character quest as a glowing ball of light only Grune can see. Acknowledging the role the immaturity of the world has on both Grune and his power, he then rests in Grune's urn as a seed, at which point Grune plants it in the Waterways. At the end of the story, Efreet is born from this seed as one of the Summon Spirits bequeathed onto the world. Given his nature in other games, he is associated with the game's Fire element.
Tales of the Abyss
Efreet is mentioned in Tales of the Abyss as the aggregate sentience of the Fifth Fonon, the Fonon of Fire. Unlike most games, Efreet goes by two names in this game, one of which is the name Ifrit, a viable alternative, and the other, Efreet. Ifrit is mentioned in one of the texts of the library in Daath, with the name used to represent the third day of the week, Ifritday, within the world of Auldrant, as well as the fifth and eight months, Ifrit Decan and Ifrit Redecan. In addition, Jade Curtiss can obtain a spear named "Efreet".
Tales of Vesperia
Efreet appears in Tales of Vesperia as a Spirit. After the Entelexeia Phaeroh dies at Phaeroh's Crag, the party uses his apatheia to turn him into a Spirit through the process of Spirit conversion. Estelle names him "Efreet", which means "Blazing One". Phaeroh's mistrust of humans is tempered as Efreet by his newfound sense of wonder for the world. Efreet is as hot-headed as his element, but he is more alive than Phaeroh was. In the PlayStation 3 port of the game, Efreet makes an appearance in Estelle's mystic arte Ultimate Elements. Efreet opens the arte by burning all of his enemies in an inferno.
Tales of Xillia
Efreet appears in Tales of Xillia as one of the Great Spirits under the personal control of the Lord of Spirits, Milla Maxwell. At the start of the events of the story, Efreet is imprisoned within the Lance of Kresnik, though he is eventually freed and comes to aid Milla.
Tales of Xillia 2
Efreet reappears in Tales of Xillia 2 as a helper of Milla, acting faithfully under her command.
Appearances in Escort Titles
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon
Efreet appears in Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon as the Spirit of Fire and one of the twelve Spirits that must be fought during the Ordeal of Spirits (せいれいのしれん Seirei no Shiren?). He is found on the final level of the Cave of Flame and is the boss of the dungeon. Upon defeat, he teaches Mell and Dio the heart of fire: Fighting Spirit (とうこん toukon?).
Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X
Efreet appears in Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon X as a Spirit. In the story, Mell and Dio must collect his essence to save Vahalla City. Mell and Dio first encounter Efreet inside the Cave of Burning Sand in AC. 4203 while searching for Milard. At the bottom of the dungeon, they find Efreet ready to attack Milard, but Mell and Dio intervene and defeat him. Upon defeat, Mell and Dio collect his essence. Efreet can be summoned by Claus by default, and he also appears in Claus's Hi Ougi, Tetra Leader.
Tales of the World: Summoner's Lineage
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World
In reference to his position as the Summon Spirit of Fire, his name is attached to monster grimoires that teach Fire-elemental artes: "Efreet's Hammer", which teaches Eruption, "Efreet's Help", which teaches Sharpness, and "Efreet's Anger", which teaches Meteor Storm.
- ↑ Tales of Phantasia: Narikiri Dungeon Enemy list Change-V's Anime and Game collection (2004-10-07) Retrieved on 2009-06-14.
- ↑ Trying to compile a list of spell books and message manuscripts. by PegasusLover123 GameFAQs (2009-12-01) Retrieved on 2009-06-14.