Contrary to this image, Ingus makes for a better Knight than a Ninja. But hey, your call!

Ingus is established as one of the older warriors of light in your party. He joins up last but will catch up quickly. He is part of the guard in Saronia Castle and is in love with the Princess Sara. He, too, is an orphan, raised by foster parents, completing your party of four orphans! Ingus is much more mature than Luneth, Arc, or Refia, and speaks more formally. He is also very protective of his friends. After all, he is a chivalrous knight! Also he has weird hair.

What will impress you the most about Ingus is his higher hit points, strength, and defense in comparison to the rest of your party, particularly Arc and Refia. He is suited to taking on roles such as the Knight to defend the rest of your party. However, he also can be a surprisingly good mage, with slightly higher defense to sponge up the melee attacks that other characters as mages might fall to. Again, just as the rest of the characters, you can put him into any job you’d like and his stats will adapt accordingly.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms
    Android, iOS, DS
  • Genre
    RPG
  • Guide Release
    30 July 2015
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Keyblade999

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Four young orphans, born around the village of Ur, find a Crystal of Light after an earthquake in a cave nearby. The Crystal, after infusing them with its power, implores them to go forth and restore the balance of light and dark. Not knowing the magnitude of their task but nonetheless realising its importance, the group set out to stop the World's destruction. Our guide covers the Nintendo remake and the recent release on Steam, iOS and Android.

Inside you will find:

  • A full walkthrough of all the main story events.
  • All side quests, including the new dungeons in the remake.
  • Information on monsters and items.

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