In Arabic mythology, the Efreets (عفريت, "strong one") are considered a type of jinn that were typically portrayed as spirits of fire. The Efreet is the second most powerful form of jinn after the marid. It is written in the Qur'an that when King Solomon asked all the creatures who could bring back the throne of the Queen of Sheba the fastest, an Efreet represented the jinn and boldly stated that he was best suited to the task. However, he was outperformed by means of a prayer.
In popular culture, Efreets (better known as Ifrits) are powerful spirits that embody fire. They generally consider themselves superior to all other races because of their age and deeply resent that humans have found a way to mystically control them. When summoned, they will do the bidding of their master but will often try to twist their wishes to do harm to others.
They are well known for their appearance in the book Arabian Nights.
Efreet is obtained by either evolving Jinn when he has reached a high enough level or fusing him normally.
Should the Demi-fiend reach the end of the cursed hallway in the Second Kalpa of the Labyrinth of Amala and descend the ladder before the curse is removed, an Efreet residing in the room will reward them with 250,000 macca. After the curse is removed, the Efreet will tell the Demi-fiend about the Star Key in Loki's possession.
"A powerful fire spirit in Arabian lore. The Efreet will bring great fortune to those whom in deems worthy. Thouh it is easily upset and will crush its summoner if irritated. It is well known for its appearance in the book "Arabian Nights"."