History Characters / FinalFantasyI

21st May '16 1:59:56 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil
30th Apr '16 5:38:23 PM MissConception
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* FlatCharacter: His personality and backstory are not explored ([[DefiedTrope except] in ''[[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia]]'').

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* FlatCharacter: His personality and backstory are not explored ([[DefiedTrope except] except]] in ''[[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia]]'').
30th Apr '16 5:37:54 PM MissConception
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* FlatCharacter: His personality and backstory are not explored. This was [[DefiedTrope rectified]] in revised adaptions.
* TheHero: Even more so than the other three, due to being [[{{Retcon}} retconned]] into the game's lone protagonist in later adaptions of the game.

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* FlatCharacter: His personality and backstory are not explored. This was [[DefiedTrope rectified]] explored ([[DefiedTrope except] in revised adaptions.''[[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia]]'').
* TheHero: Even more More so than the other three, three due to being [[{{Retcon}} retconned]] into the game's lone protagonist in later adaptions of the game.''[[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia]]''.



* AllLovingHero: It's said in some adaptions that even while she was being held as his prisoner, Sarah never stopped trying to reason with Garland.

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* AllLovingHero: It's said in some adaptions adaptations that even while she was being held as his prisoner, Sarah never stopped trying to reason with Garland.
21st Apr '16 9:32:39 PM potatohawk
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* BadassNormal: Every other class gets access to magic either from the beginning or through promotion. The Monk/Master never does, but is still on of the most powerful characters in the game.

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* BadassNormal: Every other class gets access to magic either from the beginning or through promotion. The Monk/Master never does, but is still on one of the most powerful characters in the game.
21st Apr '16 9:32:03 PM potatohawk
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* BadassNormal: Every other class gets access to magic either from the beginning or through promotion. The Monk/Master never does, but is still on of the most powerful characters in the game.
7th Dec '15 8:25:47 PM DrakeClawfang
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%%* 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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* 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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* 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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* 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'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.
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