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7th May '17 5:09:17 PM DarkHawk
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*** But the book did give Marche what he wanted, even if he didn't really realize it. He got to be the protagonist of something, which considering he thought himself the favorite would be something he wants, for the first time in his life.
9th Apr '17 12:21:31 PM scytheholder
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*** Marche had no idea exactly how things worked. He knew some people got carried over but not that everyone else did too. Babus even tells him he has memories and experiences of his whole life. Replaced people or not they're still full people with full histories. Yes he wants to restore the old world, but it's not until the last moments he does so in any way other than completely destroying the current, existing, and very real one.

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*** Marche had no idea exactly how things worked. He knew some people got carried over but not that everyone else did too. Babus even tells him he has memories and experiences of his whole life. Replaced people or not they're still full people with full histories. Yes he wants to restore the old world, but it's not until the last moments he does so in any way other than completely destroying the current, existing, and very real existing one.
17th Oct '16 12:47:31 PM Sherick
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* There's a mission where you have to investigate mysterious stabbings who turns out to be a tonberry. Does that mean that in the real world, there is a serial killer on the loose?...

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* There's a mission where you have to investigate mysterious stabbings who turns out to be a tonberry. Does that mean that in the real world, there is a serial killer on the loose?...loose?...
* The scene where the real world transforms into Ivalice includes random bystanders turning into monsters. That's right, the main characters might be better off in this wonderful fantasy world, but there are plenty of other people who now exist to be beaten up over and over until they either die in a Jagd or are captured and sold into slavery. [[FridgeBrilliance It might actually help justify Marche's actions]].
* Also, the "Fire! Fire!" mission, involving the player having to stop a group of Bombs from burning down a neighborhood, with the implication that if you fail, the judge watching over the fight won't do a damn thing to stop the arsonists.
17th Sep '16 4:30:49 AM ergeis
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* Opponents KO'ed in Jagd until the end of fight are permanently dead. So, Marche, Ritz, Mewt, and Doned seriously killed people. Considering the age of [[ChildSoldier those kids is 12 or younger]] [[ShellShockedVeteran and if (possibly) they remember]]....

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* Opponents KO'ed in Jagd until the end of fight are permanently dead. So, Marche, Ritz, Mewt, and Doned seriously killed people. Considering the age of [[ChildSoldier those kids is 12 or younger]] [[ShellShockedVeteran and if (possibly) they remember]]....remember]]....
* There's a mission where you have to investigate mysterious stabbings who turns out to be a tonberry. Does that mean that in the real world, there is a serial killer on the loose?...
23rd Jul '16 7:21:04 AM Steven
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\n* If you check out all of the character's stats during the tutorial snowball fight, you can see Mewt is the only kid who has a point in Magic Power while all the other children don't have any. This is a reflection of Mewt being the class librarian and how he reads lot of books, which is usually associated with wizards and mages in traditional fantasy settings. Guess what Mewt becomes when he's transported to the fantasy Ivalice?[[note]]Although Mewt doesn't actually fight in the game, it is implied he does have some sort of power since the world was shaped from his wishes and desires.[[/note]]

18th Oct '15 2:06:40 AM EvilKid
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\n\n** See third FridgeHorror below, With things like ChildSoldier, monsters that would give nightmares to RealLife hardened soldiers, matched fights just to survive another day, permanent death for sentient people if Ko'ed in Jagd, and possible [[ShellShockedVeteran PTSD]] you would also simphatize with Marche.

18th Oct '15 1:56:09 AM EvilKid
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*** Marche had no idea exactly how things worked. He knew some people got carried over but not that everyone else did too. Babus even tells him he has memories and experiences of his whole life. Replaced people or not they're still full people with full histories. Yes he wants to restore the old world, but it's not until the last moments he does so in any way other than completely destroying the current, existing, and very real one.

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*** Marche had no idea exactly how things worked. He knew some people got carried over but not that everyone else did too. Babus even tells him he has memories and experiences of his whole life. Replaced people or not they're still full people with full histories. Yes he wants to restore the old world, but it's not until the last moments he does so in any way other than completely destroying the current, existing, and very real one.one.
* Opponents KO'ed in Jagd until the end of fight are permanently dead. So, Marche, Ritz, Mewt, and Doned seriously killed people. Considering the age of [[ChildSoldier those kids is 12 or younger]] [[ShellShockedVeteran and if (possibly) they remember]]....
1st Jul '15 5:18:18 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* The whole "Building the world" similar to LegendOfMana is actually a bit of GameplayAndStoryIntegration if you think about it - since technically, Marche and his friends created the world using the grimoire, that's actually Marche imagining where things would be. (Although some like the palace and Ambervale are in pre-determined locations)

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* The whole "Building the world" similar to LegendOfMana ''VideoGame/LegendOfMana'' is actually a bit of GameplayAndStoryIntegration if you think about it - since technically, Marche and his friends created the world using the grimoire, that's actually Marche imagining where things would be. (Although some like the palace and Ambervale are in pre-determined locations)
5th Aug '14 2:00:49 AM immortalfrieza
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\n** Why out of all the kids is Marche the only one who tries to escape Ivalice? Ritz gets her natural red hair, Mewt gets his mother back and his deadbeat father turned around, and of course Doned gets to be healthy. Think about it, what does Marche want? What does he get? That's right, Marche is the only one of the group who doesn't want anything, he gains absolutely NOTHING and loses just about EVERYTHING from being stuck in Ivalice. He has a simple, largely stress free life, then loses that life and goes to a world where he has to fight just to survive day in and day out. For Marche, Ivalice isn't a dream come true, it's pretty much his own personal hell.


30th May '14 12:23:23 PM bassforte
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** Why out of all the kids is Marche the only one who tries to escape Ivalice? Ritz gets her natural red hair, Mewt gets his mother back and his deadbeat father turned around, and of course Doned gets to be healthy. Think about it, what does Marche want? What does he get? That's right, Marche is the only one of the group who doesn't want anything, he gains absolutely NOTHING and loses just about EVERYTHING from being stuck in Ivalice. He has a simple, largely stress free life, then loses that life and goes to a world where he has to fight just to survive day in and day out. For Marche, Ivalice isn't an escape, it's pretty much his own personal hell.

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** Why out of all the kids is Marche the only one who tries to escape Ivalice? Ritz gets her natural red hair, Mewt gets his mother back and his deadbeat father turned around, and of course Doned gets to be healthy. Think about it, what does Marche want? What does he get? That's right, Marche is the only one of the group who doesn't want anything, he gains absolutely NOTHING and loses just about EVERYTHING from being stuck in Ivalice. He has a simple, largely stress free life, then loses that life and goes to a world where he has to fight just to survive day in and day out. For Marche, Ivalice isn't an escape, it's pretty much his own personal hell.

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