History Characters / FinalFantasyI

7th Dec '15 8:25:47 PM DrakeClawfang
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yes it does, read it; the WM entry doesn't fit
%%* KnightInShiningArmor %%* MightyGlacier: He won't be your fastest character, but he can soak up hits better than anyone else.
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%%* * KnightInShiningArmor %%* * MightyGlacier: He won't be your fastest character, but he can soak up hits better than anyone else.

%%* MightyGlacier: The only mage who can equip heavy(ish) armor.
7th Dec '15 1:49:58 PM HighCrate
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Mighty Glacier is strong and slow. Are they strong and slow?
* KnightInShiningArmor * MightyGlacier: He won't be your fastest character, but he can soak up hits better than anyone else.
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* %%* KnightInShiningArmor * %%* MightyGlacier: He won't be your fastest character, but he can soak up hits better than anyone else.

* MightyGlacier: The only mage who can equip heavy(ish) armor.
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* %%* MightyGlacier: The only mage who can equip heavy(ish) armor.
16th Oct '15 11:16:35 PM DrakeClawfang
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derp
* AmbiguousGender: Perhaps the most famous example in the entire franchise. While the other five jobs are usually considered to be males, there's a lot of debate over the White Mage. Since White Mages in other games tend to be females, some fans presume the same of this one. Additionally, in the remakes the pre-set names for the White Mage are mostly female. The class change lowers the character's hood to reveal long hair, but that's not unusual for the male characters of the series. Marketing materials for the original NES release of the game heavily implied all the heroes were male, including the White Mage. The numerous {{Updated Rerelease}}s have changed the White Mage's sprites to be more feminine, but you could still argue it's a effeminate male. Finally, as mentioned, in the official novelization the White Mage is a female, but the novelizations of the games tend to be LooseCannon and are usually ignored by the series, anyway.
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* AmbiguousGender: Perhaps the most famous example in the entire franchise. While the other five jobs are usually considered to be males, there's a lot of debate over the White Mage. Since White Mages in other games tend to be females, some fans presume the same of this one. Additionally, in the remakes the pre-set names for the White Mage are mostly female. The class change lowers the character's hood to reveal long hair, but that's not unusual for the male characters of the series. Marketing materials for the original NES release of the game heavily implied all the heroes were male, including the White Mage. The numerous {{Updated Rerelease}}s have changed the White Mage's sprites to be more feminine, but you could still argue it's a effeminate male. Finally, as mentioned, in the official novelization the White Mage is a female, but the novelizations of the games tend to be LooseCannon LooseCanon and are usually ignored by the series, anyway.
16th Oct '15 11:15:58 PM DrakeClawfang
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a bit of odd wording - cleaning up
* AmbiguousGender: Perhaps the most famous example in the entire franchise; most people accept Thief, Black Mage, and Red Mage as defaulting to male, but the debate over White Mage has run for decades. Officially his/her gender is unconfirmed, though fans usually considered Whitey female due to being a healer. The class change puts their hood down and reveals quite long hair, but let's face it, it's not like the series would never develop a tradition of pretty long-haired men. The ten preset names only have two male options. Originally, Squaresoft marketing material ''heavily'' implied that all the Light Warriors were male, but through the decades of {{Updated Rerelease}}s Whitey's sprite has become decidedly more feminine.
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* AmbiguousGender: Perhaps the most famous example in the entire franchise; most people accept Thief, Black Mage, and Red Mage as defaulting to male, but franchise. While the debate over White Mage has run for decades. Officially his/her gender is unconfirmed, though fans other five jobs are usually considered Whitey female due to being be males, there's a healer. lot of debate over the White Mage. Since White Mages in other games tend to be females, some fans presume the same of this one. Additionally, in the remakes the pre-set names for the White Mage are mostly female. The class change puts their lowers the character's hood down and reveals quite to reveal long hair, but let's face it, it's that's not like unusual for the series would never develop a tradition of pretty long-haired men. The ten preset names only have two male options. Originally, Squaresoft marketing material ''heavily'' characters of the series. Marketing materials for the original NES release of the game heavily implied that all the Light Warriors heroes were male, but through including the decades of White Mage. The numerous {{Updated Rerelease}}s Whitey's sprite has become decidedly have changed the White Mage's sprites to be more feminine.feminine, but you could still argue it's a effeminate male. Finally, as mentioned, in the official novelization the White Mage is a female, but the novelizations of the games tend to be LooseCannon and are usually ignored by the series, anyway.
16th Oct '15 11:10:31 PM DrakeClawfang
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* MasterOfNone: As endgame approaches and the other characters benefit from MagikarpPower, Red's

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* MasterOfNone: As endgame approaches and the other characters benefit from MagikarpPower, Red'sRed's versatility loses its appeal. He can't equip the top-tier gear the dedicated jobs can, nor can he cast as high-level magic as the other two mages.
16th Oct '15 10:12:52 PM TARINunit9
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* AmbiguousGender: The gender is unconfirmed, though usually considered female due to being a healer. The class change puts their hood down and reveals quite long hair (but let's face it, it's not like the series would never develop a tradition of pretty long-haired men). The ten preset names only have two male options. Originally, Squaresoft marketing material ''heavily'' implied that the White Mage was male like the other classes, but through the decades of {{Updated Rerelease}}s the character's sprite has become decidedly more feminine.
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* AmbiguousGender: The Perhaps the most famous example in the entire franchise; most people accept Thief, Black Mage, and Red Mage as defaulting to male, but the debate over White Mage has run for decades. Officially his/her gender is unconfirmed, though fans usually considered Whitey female due to being a healer. The class change puts their hood down and reveals quite long hair (but hair, but let's face it, it's not like the series would never develop a tradition of pretty long-haired men).men. The ten preset names only have two male options. Originally, Squaresoft marketing material ''heavily'' implied that all the White Mage was male like the other classes, Light Warriors were male, but through the decades of {{Updated Rerelease}}s the character's Whitey's sprite has become decidedly more feminine.
16th Oct '15 10:08:19 PM TARINunit9
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* AmbiguousGender: The gender is unconfirmed, though usually considered female due to being a healer. The class change puts their hood down and reveals quite long hair (but let's face it, it's not like the series would never develop a tradition of pretty long-haired men). The ten preset names only have two male options.
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* AmbiguousGender: The gender is unconfirmed, though usually considered female due to being a healer. The class change puts their hood down and reveals quite long hair (but let's face it, it's not like the series would never develop a tradition of pretty long-haired men). The ten preset names only have two male options. Originally, Squaresoft marketing material ''heavily'' implied that the White Mage was male like the other classes, but through the decades of {{Updated Rerelease}}s the character's sprite has become decidedly more feminine.
15th Sep '15 2:53:36 PM HighCrate
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* FragileSpeedster: The fastest character, but without much strength or defense.
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* FragileSpeedster: The fastest character, but without much strength or defense.
3rd Sep '15 7:00:16 PM DrakeClawfang
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handling spoilers better; the class change hardly counts. And whoever split Chaos and Garland's profiles did a sloppy job of it.
!!Warrior/Fighter/[[spoiler:Knight]]
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!!Warrior/Fighter/[[spoiler:Knight]]!!Warrior/Fighter/Knight

The main melee fighter of the group. He can wield many heavy weapons such as swords and axes, and can wear the heaviest of armors. This affects his speed, as it greatly reduces his ability to dodge attacks. [[spoiler:When promoted, he becomes a Knight, capable of casting some White Magic up to level 3.]] The Warrior appears representing the original ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy|I}}'' in the ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' series and appears in the SpinOff titles ''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyBrigade''. In the official novelization of the game he [[TheLeader leads]] the party and is [[CanonName named Zest]].
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The main melee fighter of the group. He can wield many heavy weapons such as swords and axes, and can wear the heaviest of armors. This affects his speed, as it greatly reduces his ability to dodge attacks. [[spoiler:When When promoted, he becomes a Knight, capable of casting some White Magic up to level 3.]] 3. The Warrior appears representing the original ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy|I}}'' in the ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' series and appears in the SpinOff titles ''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyBrigade''. In the official novelization of the game he [[TheLeader leads]] the party and is [[CanonName named Zest]].

!! Thief/[[spoiler:Ninja]]
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!! Thief/[[spoiler:Ninja]]Thief/Ninja

The secondary melee fighter of the group. He can use most of the same weapons that the Warrior can, but doesn't have as much variety in armor. He is, however, faster than the Knight, and has a better chance at running away from battle than other classes. [[spoiler:Upon promotion, he can become a Ninja, and can cast some Black Magic up to level 4.]] In the official novelization of the game he [[KnightInSourArmor is a cynic]] [[CanonName named Sauber]].
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The secondary melee fighter of the group. He can use most of the same weapons that the Warrior can, but doesn't have as much variety in armor. He is, however, faster than the Knight, and has a better chance at running away from battle than other classes. [[spoiler:Upon Upon promotion, he can become a Ninja, and can cast some Black Magic up to level 4.]] 4. In the official novelization of the game he [[KnightInSourArmor is a cynic]] [[CanonName named Sauber]].

* HighlyVisibleNinja: In the [=WonderSwan Color=] line of remakes, Thief keeps the same shade of bright green on his outfit [[spoiler:after the class change]]. In the original and PSP release, the outfit changed to a garish red.
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* HighlyVisibleNinja: In the [=WonderSwan Color=] line of remakes, Thief keeps the same shade of bright green on his outfit [[spoiler:after after the class change]].change. In the original and PSP release, the outfit changed to a garish red.

* MagikarpPower: [[spoiler:The class change is kinder to the Thief than anyone else.]]
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* MagikarpPower: [[spoiler:The The class change is kinder to the Thief than anyone else.]]

!! Black Belt/Monk/[[spoiler:Master]]
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!! Black Belt/Monk/[[spoiler:Master]]Belt/Monk/Master

Yet another powerful melee damage dealer, the Monk is a peculiar character in that he deals much more damage unarmed than he would with weapons. Even then, he can only wield nunchaku and a few staves. He is also the only class who is never able to learn magic. His damage-dealing capabilities are increased even further [[spoiler:when he receives his promotion to Master.]]
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Yet another powerful melee damage dealer, the Monk is a peculiar character in that he deals much more damage unarmed than he would with weapons. Even then, he can only wield nunchaku and a few staves. He is also the only class who is never able to learn magic. His damage-dealing capabilities are increased even further [[spoiler:when when he receives his promotion to Master.]] Master.

!!Red Mage/[[spoiler:Red Wizard]]
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!!Red Mage/[[spoiler:Red Wizard]]Mage/Red Wizard

The quintessential "jack-of-all-trades, but master of none." The Red Mage [[spoiler:(Red Wizard after promotion)]] can use select spells from both the White and Black Magic schools, but never the most powerful of either. His/Her choice of weaponry is knives and swords
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The quintessential "jack-of-all-trades, but master of none." The Red Mage [[spoiler:(Red [(Red Wizard after promotion)]] promotion) can use select spells from both the White and Black Magic schools, but never the most powerful of either. His/Her choice of weaponry is knives and swords

!! White Mage/[[spoiler:White Wizard]]
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!! White Mage/[[spoiler:White Wizard]]Mage/White Wizard

The peaceful healer of the group. The White Mage is weak physically, but is capable of using every spell from the White Magic library, from healing spells to {{status buff}}s to the [[WeakenedByTheLight undead-killing HARM/Dia]] spells. [[spoiler:When promoted, the White Mage becomes a White Wizard, letting down the hood of her robe and revealing a full head of hair.]] In the official novelization of the game she [[TeamMom is a motherly youth]] [[CanonName named Floe]].
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The peaceful healer of the group. The White Mage is weak physically, but is capable of using every spell from the White Magic library, from healing spells to {{status buff}}s to the [[WeakenedByTheLight undead-killing HARM/Dia]] spells. [[spoiler:When When promoted, the White Mage becomes a White Wizard, letting down the hood of her robe and revealing a full head of hair.]] hair. In the official novelization of the game she [[TeamMom is a motherly youth]] [[CanonName named Floe]].

* RedheadedHero: After a fashion; much like the Warrior, her(?) red hair (glimpsed under her hood, [[spoiler:and seen clearly after class change]], has become a trademark and part of the zeitgeist, despite the remakes shifting her much more toward the blonde end of the spectrum. In works like ''8-Bit Theater'', her hair is clearly and obviously still red.
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* RedheadedHero: After a fashion; much like the Warrior, her(?) red hair (glimpsed under her hood, [[spoiler:and and seen clearly after class change]], change, has become a trademark and part of the zeitgeist, despite the remakes shifting her much more toward the blonde end of the spectrum. In works like ''8-Bit Theater'', her hair is clearly and obviously still red.

!! Black Mage/[[spoiler:Black Wizard]]
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!! Black Mage/[[spoiler:Black Wizard]]Mage/Black Wizard

The primary magic damage-dealer of the group. With the lowest HP of any character, Black Mages are often kept in the back of the line as they rain down fire, ice, and lightning on their foes. They are easily spotted by their cone-shaped hats and cloaks that obscure their face (save a pair of glowing eyes). [[spoiler:In the NES version, the promoted Black Wizard removes his hat, but all versions after the Wonderswan Color port simply change the outfit, but keep the face-concealing hat on.]] In the official novelization of the game he [[TheQuietOne is a quiet man]] [[CanonName named Daewoo]].
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The primary magic damage-dealer of the group. With the lowest HP of any character, Black Mages are often kept in the back of the line as they rain down fire, ice, and lightning on their foes. They are easily spotted by their cone-shaped hats and cloaks that obscure their face (save a pair of glowing eyes). [[spoiler:In In the NES version, the promoted Black Wizard removes his hat, but all versions after the Wonderswan Color port simply change the outfit, but keep the face-concealing hat on.]] on. In the official novelization of the game he [[TheQuietOne is a quiet man]] [[CanonName named Daewoo]].

A fallen knight of Cornelia, Garland has kidnapped Princess Sarah and is the first boss battle of the game. Outside of the first quest, he holds little relevance to the game's overall story. [[spoiler:[[TheReveal Well, until you reach the final dungeon]], that is...]] [[spoiler:For more information on the character post-reveal, see Chaos's entry.]] * ArtEvolution: [[spoiler:Like Chaos]], Garland has become larger and more imposing while retaining the same basic design.
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A fallen knight of Cornelia, Garland has kidnapped Princess Sarah and is the first boss battle of the game. Outside of the first quest, he holds little relevance to the game's overall story. [[spoiler:[[TheReveal Well, until you reach story. Garland appears in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' as the final dungeon]], that is...]] [[spoiler:For more information on villain representing the character post-reveal, see Chaos's entry.]] original ''Final Fantasy'' * ArtEvolution: [[spoiler:Like Chaos]], Over the course of the game's remakes, Garland has become larger and more imposing while retaining the same basic design.

A fallen knight of Cornelia, Garland has kidnapped Princess Sarah and is * ChekhovsGunman: [[spoiler:He's actually the first boss battle of the game. Outside of the first quest, he holds little relevance to the game's overall story. [[spoiler:[[TheReveal Well, until BigBad, revealed when you reach the final dungeon]], that is...]] [[spoiler:For more information on the character post-reveal, see Chaos's entry.]] * ArtEvolution: [[spoiler:Like Chaos]], Garland has become larger dungeon and more imposing while retaining the same basic design.he transforms into Chaos.]]

* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: Post-credits it's mentioned he will be "waiting for the heroes return" along with everyone else. While it's vague, the line implies Garland managed to avoid JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope thanks to the heroes.]] * [[spoiler:MyDeathIsJustTheBeginning: A prime example; his death kicks off the main plot of the game.]]
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* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: Post-credits HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Post-credits it's mentioned he will be "waiting for the heroes return" along with everyone else. While it's vague, the line implies Garland managed to avoid JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope thanks to the heroes.]] * [[spoiler:MyDeathIsJustTheBeginning: A MyDeathIsJustTheBeginning: [[spoiler:A prime example; his death kicks off the main plot of the game.]]

* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: Post-credits it's mentioned he will be "waiting for SaveTheVillain: [[spoiler:After breaking the heroes return" time loop, he is spared and, along with everyone else. While it's vague, the line implies Garland managed to avoid JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope thanks to rest of Cornelia, awaits the heroes.]] * [[spoiler:MyDeathIsJustTheBeginning: A prime example; his death kicks off the main plot return of the game.Warriors of Light in the present.]]

!!Chaos/[[spoiler:Garland]]
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\n!!Chaos/[[spoiler:Garland]]\n* TinTyrant: The UrExample within the series. !!Chaos

The [[BigBad main antagonist]] of the game, Chaos is the driving force behind the four elemental Fiends. Chaos is not present for the majority of the game, only appearing in the final dungeon. He reveals his identity before the FinalBoss [[BossBattle Battle]]. [[spoiler:He turns out to be Garland, a former knight of Cornelia. At the beginning of the game, Garland has kidnapped Princess Sarah, and her rescue is the first quest of the game. Initially, Garland is presented only as the first boss, and is forgotten as soon as he's killed. However, once you return to the Chaos Shrine and travel back in time 2000 years, he is revealed to have been Chaos all along. After he was killed by the Warriors, he was sent back in time by the power of the Four Fiends. In the past, the Four Fiends are created as manifestations of Garland's hatred, and he becomes Chaos. This creates a StableTimeLoop: every time he is defeated in the future, he is sent back to the past. However, he is ultimately destroyed once and for all by the Warriors, ending the loop forever.]] Both [[spoiler:Garland]] and Chaos appear in the ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' series as separate entities and Chaos later appears again in the ''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy'' SpinOff as a boss character.
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The [[BigBad main antagonist]] of the game, Chaos is the driving force behind the four elemental Fiends. Chaos is not present for the majority of the game, only appearing in the final dungeon. He reveals his identity before the FinalBoss [[BossBattle Battle]]. [[spoiler:He turns out to be Garland, a former knight of Cornelia. At the beginning of the game, Garland Battle]], where he has kidnapped Princess Sarah, and her rescue is the first quest enacted a StableTimeLoop as part of the game. Initially, Garland is presented only as the first boss, and is forgotten as soon as he's killed. However, once you return to the Chaos Shrine and travel back in time 2000 years, he is revealed to have been Chaos all along. After he was killed by the Warriors, he was sent back in time by the power of the Four Fiends. In the past, a plot with the Four Fiends are created as manifestations of Garland's hatred, and he becomes Chaos. This creates a StableTimeLoop: every time he is defeated in the future, he is sent back to the past. However, he is ultimately destroyed once and for all by the Warriors, ending the loop forever.]] Both [[spoiler:Garland]] and gain immortality. Chaos appear appears in the ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' series as separate entities the BigBad, and Chaos later appears again in the ''VideoGame/TheatrhythmFinalFantasy'' SpinOff as a boss character.

* [[spoiler:BookEnds: He's the first boss as Garland and the FinalBoss as Chaos.]] * CharacterDevelopment[=/=]AdaptationalBadass: Both Chaos and [[spoiler:Garland]] get a slew of it in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', but how much of it is actually canon is up for debate...
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* [[spoiler:BookEnds: He's BookEnds: [[spoiler:He's the first boss as Garland and the FinalBoss as Chaos.]] * CharacterDevelopment[=/=]AdaptationalBadass: Both Chaos and [[spoiler:Garland]] get Gets a slew of it in ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'', but how much of it is actually canon is up for debate...

* [[spoiler:ChekhovsGunman: As Garland, he is initially presented as harmless and not plot-relevant at all, but all that changes when you reach the final dungeon.]]
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* [[spoiler:ChekhovsGunman: As ChekhovsGunman: [[spoiler:As Garland, he is initially presented as harmless and not plot-relevant at all, but all that changes when you reach the final dungeon.]]

* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: Of a sort. The epilogue indicates that he has been reverted to a version of Garland that existed before he pulled his FaceHeelTurn in the first place, and he awaits the return of the Warriors of Light.]]

* [[spoiler:SaveTheVillain: After breaking the time loop the trick of fate that sent Garland down the slippery slope vanishes and he, along with the rest of Cornelia, awaits the return of the Warriors of Light.]]

* TinTyrant: The UrExample within the series.

* [[spoiler:WhamEpisode: His sudden reappearance in the past version of the Chaos Shrine. Followed shortly by another with the realization that the other three are there, too.]]
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* [[spoiler:WhamEpisode: His WhamEpisode: [[spoiler:His sudden reappearance in the past version of the Chaos Shrine. Followed shortly by another with the realization that the other three are there, too.]]

* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: She returns along with the other Fiends to battle the Warriors once more in the Chaos Shrine.]]
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* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: She BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:She returns along with the other Fiends to battle the Warriors once more in the Chaos Shrine.]]

* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: Like the other Fiends, Kraken returns during the Chaos Shrine to fight the Warriors once more.]]
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* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: Like BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Like the other Fiends, Kraken returns during the Chaos Shrine to fight the Warriors once more.]]

* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: Tiamat returns in the Chaos Shrine as the game's penultimate boss fight.]]
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* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: Tiamat BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler:Tiamat returns in the Chaos Shrine as the game's penultimate boss fight.]]

* [[spoiler:PrestigeClass: Bahamut will give you the class upgrades when you bring him a Rat's Tail.]]
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* [[spoiler:PrestigeClass: Bahamut PrestigeClass: [[spoiler:Bahamut will give you the class upgrades when you bring him a Rat's Tail.]]

* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: Apparently. We'll have to [[TakeOurWordForIt Take His Word For It]].
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* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: Apparently.HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Apparently. We'll have to [[TakeOurWordForIt Take His Word For It]].

A minor antagonist, Astos is the Dark Elf who placed a sleeping spell upon the elf prince of Elfland/Elfheim in a bid to rule over all elves. [[spoiler:Posing as the Lone King of the Western Keep, he tricks the Warriors into retrieving a crown for him, and reveals himself when they return. Defeating him warrants Matoya's stolen crystal eye.]] * [[spoiler:BackForTheDead: In the Whisperwind Cove, a bonus dungeon in the Dawn of Souls remake, he returns as one of the restless souls, but is quickly vanquished once and for all by the Warriors of Light.]]
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A minor antagonist, Astos is the Dark Elf who placed a sleeping spell upon the elf prince of Elfland/Elfheim in a bid to rule over all elves. [[spoiler:Posing as the Lone King of the Western Keep, he tricks the Warriors into retrieving a crown for him, and reveals himself when they return. Defeating him warrants Matoya's stolen crystal eye.]] elves. * [[spoiler:BackForTheDead: In BackForTheDead: [[spoiler:In the Whisperwind Cove, a bonus dungeon in the Dawn of Souls remake, he returns as one of the restless souls, but is quickly vanquished once and for all by the Warriors of Light.]]

* [[spoiler:FakeKing: Hangs out in a ruined castle, where he requests that the Light Warriors retrieve his crown (presumably so he can Class Change).]]
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* [[spoiler:FakeKing: Hangs FakeKing: [[spoiler:Hangs out in a ruined castle, where he requests that the Light Warriors retrieve his crown (presumably so he can Class Change).]]
3rd Sep '15 12:40:16 PM Seraphine
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* HealingHands: The whole point of the character: nde end of the spectrum. In works like ''8-Bit Theater'', her hair is clearly and obviously still red.
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* HealingHands: The whole point of the character: nde end of the spectrum. In works like ''8-Bit Theater'', her hair is clearly and obviously still red.character.

* RedheadedHero: After a fashion; much like the Warrior, her(?) red hair (glimpsed under her hood, [[spoiler:and seen clearly after class change]], has become a trademark and part of the zeitgeist, despite the remakes shifting her much more toward the blo
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* RedheadedHero: After a fashion; much like the Warrior, her(?) red hair (glimpsed under her hood, [[spoiler:and seen clearly after class change]], has become a trademark and part of the zeitgeist, despite the remakes shifting her much more toward the bloblonde end of the spectrum. In works like ''8-Bit Theater'', her hair is clearly and obviously still red.
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