Hades is the king of demons, and the ruler of Utgard, being Asgard's greatest enemy and threat. He is also known as Zolgonark; he started the great war of Ragnarok, which resulted in the Gods' demise.


Riviera: The Promised LandEdit

Hades is a secret post-game boss that can be fought in the GBA and PSP versions. One must obtain the Key to Hell in Mireno Cemetery to access this optional chapter. In the PSP version, one must go through a dungeon before reaching Hades; in the GBA version, he is simply encountered and fought. In the PSP version, it is possible for Ein to be accompanied by Ledah instead of the girls if certain requirements are met first.

Knights in the NightmareEdit

Hades appears as Zolgonark, a very powerful demon summoned by Capehorn and Yelma through a ritual.

His class is known as Hades.

Character DataEdit

Hp Str Mgc Agl Vit Guard Recovery Body Type
20000 120 110 5 0 0% 1%
20 -60 -60 -60 -60
Status Resist
Dazzle Freeze Heat Poison Purify Sleep Stone
Immune Immune Immune Immune 51% Immune Immune
Type Power Hits Accuracy Base Wait Variance Target Effects
Wing Attack (normal)
Physical Attack 200 2 95% 70 20% Near Enemy None
Dark Breath (rage)
Dark Magic 160 3 115% 100 14% All Enemies Poison
Curse of Chaos (break out!)
Dark Magic 160 3 125% 120 16% All Enemies Cannot be avoided/guarded;
ignores Vitality
  • Chaotic Propel: Boosts/Adds regeneration.
  • Evil Temperance: Raises STR and MGC.

Battling HadesEdit


Hades is the most powerful boss in the game statistically, sporting HP so high that it shows up as ??? for the majority of the battle. With careful character and item selecting, defeating him will not be too difficult. Hades' Break Out!, Curse of Chaos, is a heavy damaging attack that hits the entire group. Also note that he regenerates a small fraction of his health each time he gets to move, a trait shared with Ledah.


  • Hades, in Riviera, is a simple palette swap of the Zombie Dragon secret boss in Mireno Cemetery.


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