History Awesome / FinalFantasyVI

2nd Aug '17 11:12:01 AM Nopperabo
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** Moments later, Cyan avenges the poisoning of his family and his people by taking on the Imperial invaders, ''alone''. When Sabin finds him, Cyan is holding his own against multiple Imperial opponents!
5th Apr '17 10:36:22 PM NonperformingAuthor
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** And it's all done with SD characters and 16 bit graphics.
7th Oct '15 6:37:39 AM Opalure
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***[[RuleofThree Not awesome enough?]] If he's in your party, ''he shakes the paralysis off and traps Kefka.''
9th Apr '15 6:15:54 AM giygasattack
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** Let's not forget him slaughtering countless Espers almost effortlessly and killing General Leo just shortly after more or less mind raping the guy. "How about a lil' Magitek mayhem!?"
1st Jul '14 9:33:15 PM painis
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* During the Siege of Doma, Cyan steps out of the palace. Alone. He then proceeds to ''slaughter the entire Imperial detachment''. '''Alone.''' (You only ''need'' to kill the commander, but who would consider passing this up?)

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* During the Siege of Doma, Cyan steps out of the palace. Alone. He then proceeds to ''slaughter the entire Imperial detachment''. '''Alone.''' (You only ''need'' to kill the commander, but who would consider passing this up?)up?). Considering his Class/Job, he took lessons from [[UsefulNotes/SanadaYukimura another samurai]].
31st May '14 9:05:40 AM Eegah
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** Just look at how many people have said the scene made them cry, and realize the people behind the game were able to elicit that kind of emotional response over a situation that's ''not even real' within the game itself!

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** Just look at how many people have said the scene made them cry, and realize the people behind the game were able to elicit that kind of emotional response over a situation that's ''not even real' real'' within the game itself!
31st May '14 9:05:32 AM Eegah
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** Just look at how many people have said the scene made them cry, and realize the people behind the game were able to elicit that kind of emotional response over a situation that's ''not even real' within the game itself!
18th Feb '14 3:48:16 PM Seraphine
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** [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u84cH_bmTA&feature=player_embedded put it best]]: '''[[MemeticMutation MOTHERFUCKER SUPLEXED A TRAIN.]]'''

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** [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u84cH_bmTA&feature=player_embedded put it best]]: '''[[MemeticMutation MOTHERFUCKER SUPLEXED A TRAIN.]]'''TRAIN]]'''.



* The second Humbaba fight is Terra's SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome. During the first fight with Humbaba, we find that the year's worth of emotional turmoil Terra has gone through, coupled with her inability to truly understand the emotion of love, has robbed her of her Esper powers, leaving her indescribably weak, and easy prey for Humbaba. After a while, the party comes back to defend Terra and the orphans from a second Humbaba attack. When a party member is blown away by Humbaba, Terra shows up, and without a word, goes Esper. The following fight has Terra in Esper Mode ''for the entire fight!'' In other words, the most awesome example of a MamaBear ''ever''. It helps that it's immediately followed by a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}} and Terra re-joining the party with a souped-up Morph.
* When all seems lost, and [[AfterTheEnd the world is dying]], Setzer reveals one final hope: the ''Falcon'', the long-sealed [[GlobalAirship airship]] of his lost love, Darryl. After walking down a long staircase deep in her tomb, throughout which Setzer narrates her tale, the scene switches back to the surface, and the golden ship rises from the ocean as [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic "Searching For Friends"]] starts up, forever replacing the gloomy world map theme of the World of Ruin.

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* The second Humbaba fight is Terra's SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome. During the first fight with Humbaba, we find that the year's worth of emotional turmoil Terra has gone through, coupled with her inability to truly understand the emotion of love, has robbed her of her Esper powers, leaving her indescribably weak, and easy prey for Humbaba. After a while, the party comes back to defend Terra and the orphans from a second Humbaba attack. When a party member is blown away by Humbaba, Terra shows up, and without a word, goes Esper. The following fight has Terra in Esper Mode ''for the entire fight!'' In other words, the most awesome example of a MamaBear ''ever''. It helps that it's immediately followed by a SugarWiki/{{Heartwarming Moment|s}} and Terra re-joining the party with a souped-up Morph.
Trance.
* When all seems lost, and [[AfterTheEnd the world is dying]], Setzer reveals one final hope: the ''Falcon'', the long-sealed [[GlobalAirship airship]] of his lost love, Darryl.Darill. After walking down a long staircase deep in her tomb, throughout which Setzer narrates her tale, the scene switches back to the surface, and the golden ship rises from the ocean as [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic "Searching For Friends"]] starts up, forever replacing the gloomy world map theme of the World of Ruin.



** For more Shadow awesome: when Kefka has your party trapped and paralyzed on the floating continent, he swoops in, undoes the paralysis, traps Kefka, and tells you to run. Epic.

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** For more Shadow awesome: when Kefka has your party trapped and paralyzed on the floating continent, Floating Continent, he swoops in, undoes the paralysis, traps Kefka, and tells you to run. Epic.
24th Dec '13 1:20:14 PM Seraphine
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* Many players viewed Kefka's [[{{Woolseyism}} hilarious and Genre Savvy]] response to the heroes' sappy and melodramatic final morality speech at the end of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' to be his SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome.

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* Many players viewed Kefka's [[{{Woolseyism}} hilarious and Genre Savvy]] genre savvy]] response to the heroes' sappy and melodramatic final morality speech at the end of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' to be his SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome.
2nd Sep '13 6:47:01 AM eowynjedi
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* During the Siege of Doma, Cyan steps out of the palace. Alone. He then proceeds to ''slaughter the entire Imperial detachment''. '''Alone.''' (You only ''need'' to kill the commander, but who would consider passing this up?)

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* During the Siege of Doma, Cyan steps out of the palace. Alone. He then proceeds to ''slaughter the entire Imperial detachment''. '''Alone.''' (You only ''need'' to kill the commander, but who would consider passing this up?)up?)
* Celes wakes up after a year in a coma, and after a (possible) suicide attempt, regains the will to live and starts PuttingTheBandBackTogether, culminating in the rise of the ''Falcon'' listed above. Most everyone else was either roaming around or settled down in one spot without getting much done for a year, apparently accepting of the new state of affairs. But within a week, Celes has put a rudimentary party back together and motivated them to regain hope and have another crack at Kefka.
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