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  • Ja'far
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  • Ja'far (ジャーファル, Jāfaru) is the adviser of Sinbad and one of the Eight Generals of the Sindria Kingdom.
  • |} This NPC does not appear until you rub the brass lamp next to the potted plant just past the end of the wishing pool.
  • Ja'far ibn Yahya (also spelled Giafar) was Harun al-Rashid's Persian Vizier. He was a member of the influential Barmakid family, who were close to Harun and helped him gain power. He was reputed as a patron of science. However, in 803 Harun suddenly turnd against them and had Ja'far beheaded. The exact reasons are unclear. A persistent rumor is that Ja'far had had an affair with Harun's sister Abbasa, but there are many other possible scenarios. In modern adaptations, Ja'far has been presented as a more villainous figure.
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Age
  • AoS: 10, 11
  • Magi: 25, 26, 27, 30
Affiliation
Romaji
  • Jāfaru
Manga
  • AoS: Night 13
  • Magi: Night 32
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Weight
  • 65.0
Allies
Alias
  • Chief Ja'far
Kanji
  • ジャーファル
Height
  • AoS: 132 cm ( )
  • Magi: 172 cm
Enemies
Purpose
  • Ecology
Occupation
  • Household Members
  • Assassin
  • Adviser to Sinbad
  • Chief of Sindria Trading Company
  • General of Sindria
  • Sindria's Parliamentary Official
Zone
  • The Community Lounge
Family
  • Rurumu
  • Ja'far's Mother
  • Ja'far's Father
Gender
  • Male
Race
  • Djinn
Location
  • next to the potted trees, just past the wishing pool
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  • Ja'far (ジャーファル, Jāfaru) is the adviser of Sinbad and one of the Eight Generals of the Sindria Kingdom.
  • |} This NPC does not appear until you rub the brass lamp next to the potted plant just past the end of the wishing pool.
  • Ja'far ibn Yahya (also spelled Giafar) was Harun al-Rashid's Persian Vizier. He was a member of the influential Barmakid family, who were close to Harun and helped him gain power. He was reputed as a patron of science. However, in 803 Harun suddenly turnd against them and had Ja'far beheaded. The exact reasons are unclear. A persistent rumor is that Ja'far had had an affair with Harun's sister Abbasa, but there are many other possible scenarios. Ja'far appears in many stories, normally accompanying Harun. In the "The Three Apples", Ja'far is the protagonist of the story, depicted in a role similar to a detective. In another story, "The Tale of Attaf", he is also a protagonist, depicted as an adventurer alongside the protagonist Attaf. In modern adaptations, Ja'far has been presented as a more villainous figure. * The Thief of Baghdad (1940) * The Golden Blade (1952) * Prince of Persia (video game 1989) * Aladdin (Disney film, 1992) * Iznogoud (French cartoon series)
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