History Anime / FinalFantasyUnlimited

18th Jul '16 6:25:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Oscha, Soljashy, and possibly Fabula.



* TransformationIsAFreeAction: played straight most of the time, but subverted by Pist, who seems to be the only one DangerouslyGenreSavvy enough to realize you ''can'' interrupt the montage.

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* TransformationIsAFreeAction: played straight most of the time, but subverted by Pist, who seems to be the only one DangerouslyGenreSavvy smart enough to realize you ''can'' interrupt the montage.
8th May '16 9:06:37 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ThisIsADrill: The Magun. And Elizabeth the subway train. And Cid's electric-hammer-backpack-thing. Apparently to get the energy out of Soil [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann you have to move it in a spiral motion, so any device that uses it will tend to feature a drill somewhere]].

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* ThisIsADrill: The Magun. And Elizabeth the subway train. And Cid's electric-hammer-backpack-thing. Apparently to get the energy out of Soil [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann you have to move it in a spiral motion, so any device that uses it will tend to feature a drill somewhere]].
20th Mar '16 4:20:56 AM kirara19
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Creator/AkiraIshida as the voice of Kumo, and...
** Creator/HikaruMidorikawa: ... as the voice of Clear.
** Creator/KikukoInoue: ... as the voice of Fabula.
** Creator/TakehitoKoyasu: ... as the voice of Pist.
** Creator/ToshihikoSeki: ... as the voice of Cid.
31st Dec '15 5:39:23 PM JMQwilleran
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* The song "Romancing Train" is mostly Japanese, but opens with English and has English peppered throughout.

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* ** The song "Romancing Train" is mostly Japanese, but opens with English and has English peppered throughout.
17th Dec '15 8:25:09 AM Discar
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->''"Welcome to the night of Wonderland."''\\
--'''Fabula'''

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->''"Welcome to the night of Wonderland."''\\
--'''Fabula'''
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-->-- '''Fabula'''



* MacGuffinGirl: Clear, arguably.
12th Dec '15 12:29:12 AM JMQwilleran
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Added DiffLines:

* The song "Romancing Train" is mostly Japanese, but opens with English and has English peppered throughout.
26th Nov '15 3:59:09 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: The cast has got plenty in ''SamuraiChamploo'' and ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' thanks to the designer liking to recycle his designs; Fabula also has Cosmos in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy''.

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* {{Expy}}: The cast has got plenty in ''SamuraiChamploo'' ''Anime/SamuraiChamploo'' and ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'' thanks to the designer liking to recycle his designs; Fabula also has Cosmos in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy''.
29th Dec '14 5:37:27 PM nombretomado
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''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' is, as the name implies, an anime series produced as part of the [[RunningGag mind-flayingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' franchise. It was produced by {{Gonzo}}, and brought to the United States by Creator/ADVFilms; it's available to the Spanish-speaking audience in a subtitled version, and has also been dubbed in French and German. Like many Gonzo anime, ''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' is often guilty of ConspicuousCG (though it uses said CG better than many other Gonzo productions) and varying art quality depending on which studio is working on each episode.

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''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' is, as the name implies, an anime series produced as part of the [[RunningGag mind-flayingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' franchise. It was produced by {{Gonzo}}, {{Creator/GONZO}}, and brought to the United States by Creator/ADVFilms; it's available to the Spanish-speaking audience in a subtitled version, and has also been dubbed in French and German. Like many Gonzo anime, ''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' is often guilty of ConspicuousCG (though it uses said CG better than many other Gonzo productions) and varying art quality depending on which studio is working on each episode.
26th Dec '14 4:08:21 AM SpaceDrake
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Originally planned as a two-season anime with an open-ended finale to allow for a third season if it was well-received, ''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' actually had the opposite problem: it did not receive sufficient ratings to have its ''second'' season produced. The unanimated plotline was instead released in two voiced dramas, a book, and several short stories released on the official website--[[NoExportForYou none of which were made available in a language other than Japanese]]. That didn't stop the non-Japanese fans from piecing the rest of the story together through unofficial translations and summaries anyway.

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Originally planned as a two-season anime with an open-ended finale to allow for a third season if it was well-received, ''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' actually had the opposite problem: it did not receive achieve sufficient ratings or video sales to have its ''second'' season produced. The unanimated plotline was instead released in two voiced dramas, a book, and several short stories released on the official website--[[NoExportForYou none of which were made available in a language other than Japanese]]. That didn't stop the non-Japanese fans from piecing the rest of the story together through unofficial translations and summaries anyway.
26th Dec '14 4:07:54 AM SpaceDrake
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Originally planned as a two-season anime with an open-ended finale to allow for a third season if it was well-received, ''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' did not receive enough attention to have its second season produced. The unanimated plotline was instead released in two voiced dramas, a book, and several short stories released on the official website--[[NoExportForYou none of which were made available in a language other than Japanese]]. That didn't stop the non-Japanese fans from piecing the rest of the story together through unofficial translations and summaries anyway.

''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' tells the story of a pair of twins from the real world, Hayakawa Ai and Yuu, who journey to a bizarre parallel dimension in search of their parents, a pair of scientists who've made a living off said parallel dimension and went there to investigate it... and never quite made it home. Along the way, they and the friends they find there discover a great deal about Wonderland's troubles, which might actually present a threat to the real world as well. Being a ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' story, the villains are affiliated with an EldritchAbomination known as Chaos. And Chaos is battled by existences known as the Unlimited, who are said to be more powerful than gods.

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Originally planned as a two-season anime with an open-ended finale to allow for a third season if it was well-received, ''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' actually had the opposite problem: it did not receive enough attention sufficient ratings to have its second ''second'' season produced. The unanimated plotline was instead released in two voiced dramas, a book, and several short stories released on the official website--[[NoExportForYou none of which were made available in a language other than Japanese]]. That didn't stop the non-Japanese fans from piecing the rest of the story together through unofficial translations and summaries anyway.

''Final Fantasy: Unlimited'' tells the story of a pair of twins from the real world, Hayakawa Ai and Yuu, Yuu Hayakawa, who journey to a bizarre parallel dimension in search of their parents, a pair of scientists who've made a living off said parallel dimension and went there to investigate it... and never quite made it home. Along the way, they and the friends they find there discover a great deal about Wonderland's troubles, which might actually present a threat to the real world as well. Being a ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' story, the villains are affiliated with an EldritchAbomination known as Chaos. And Chaos is battled by existences known as the Unlimited, who are said to be more powerful than gods.
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