Sir Auron is one of the protagonists and party members in Final Fantasy X (2001) He can also be found in the direct sequel Final Fantasy X-2: Last Mission (2004) but has not part in the story there. Auron also appeared in Kingdom Hearts II (2005) where he is part of the storyline with hades and Hercules.

 

Auron was a guardian of Braska (Yunas Father) and Jekkt (Tidus Father) and joins the Party of Yuna and Tidus during the game. He is one of the strongest characters in the game for a long time and basically represents the Knight and Samurai Classes.

Sir Auron does not talk a lot but is one of the most badass character designs I have ever seen.

Am glad that GA-HQ members wanted him in very early stages of our FF TWFF Project already.

 

Sir Auron FFX Render

Auron from the Final Fantasy Games: an Overview

Charactername:  Auron   Developed /Created by Square-Enix
Gameseries: Final Fantasy   First seen on: Playstation 2 
First Game: Final Fantasy X   Year first seen in: 2001 
Last Game: Kingdom Hearts II(2005)   Birthplace:  
Role(s) and Characteristics: Protagonist   Weapons or Martial Arts Style: Big Sword
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Official Game Art like promotional Illustrations of Auron

Auron Kingdom Hearts 2 Art

Kingdom Hearts II (2005)

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Final Fantasy X (2001)

Auron Final Fantasy X Art

Final Fantasy X (2001)

     

 


Auron in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects

Sir Auron Cosplay Final Fantasy Tribute on Game Art HQ Sir Auron from Final Fantasy X Art Tribute on Game Art HQ Sir Auron Final Fantasy X Art Tribute on Game Art HQ

Auron is a part of our Final Fantasy “Those Who Fight Further” Art Collaboration


Selected Fan Art and Cosplay Photos of Auron

Auron Final Fantasy X Game Art Tribute

Light of the Pyreflies

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Trivia and own opinion(s)

 

 

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