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26th Jan '17 8:15:27 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself fatally as a result, hence why those functions only occur under extreme-stress situations. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.

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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself fatally as a result, hence why those functions [[GodzillaThreshold only occur under extreme-stress situations.situations]]. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.
26th Jan '17 8:14:34 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself fatally as a result, hence why those functions only occur under extreme-stresss situations. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.

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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself fatally as a result, hence why those functions only occur under extreme-stresss extreme-stress situations. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.
26th Jan '17 8:14:27 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself as a result, hence why those functions only occur under extreme-stresss situations. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.

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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself fatally as a result, hence why those functions only occur under extreme-stresss situations. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.
26th Jan '17 8:13:58 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Galuf continuing to fight at 0 HP may bring to mind the idea of [[DefenseMechanismSuperpower fight-or-flight response]], i.e. one's own body reacting to drastic stressors by removing its self-restrictions on using muscle power, suppressing sensations of pain, etc., at the expense of possibly damaging itself as a result, hence why those functions only occur under extreme-stresss situations. Like, you know, ''saving his friends from the BigBad''.
21st Dec '16 9:49:06 AM Tailikku
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* Thanks to KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep, Exdeath's name in the PSX version "X-Death" can be interpreted as "χ-Death" or "Kai-Death". According to Xehanort in that game, it is a most ancient letter but the meaning is the same. Death... A letter that spells endings. Even with that in regard, his name here can be "[[RedundantDepartmentOfRedundancy Death-Death]]".

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* Thanks to KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep, Exdeath's name in the PSX version "X-Death" can be interpreted as "χ-Death" or "Kai-Death". According to Xehanort in that game, it is a most ancient letter (normally pronounced as "chi") but the meaning is the same. Death... A letter that spells endings. Even with that in regard, his name here can be "[[RedundantDepartmentOfRedundancy Death-Death]]".
Death-Death]]". Either that or Exdeath was going for [[DoomyDoomsOfDoom Deathy "Deaths of Death"]].
20th Dec '16 7:41:02 AM Tailikku
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* Thanks to KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep, Exdeath's name in the PSX version "X-Death" can be interpreted as "χ-Death" or "Kai-Death". According to Xehanort in that game, it is a most ancient letter but the meaning is the same. Death... A letter that spells endings. Even with that in regard, his name here can be "[[RedundantDepartmentOfRedundancy Death-Death]]".
29th Sep '16 11:06:09 AM valar55
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* On a somewhat related note, Exdeath's castle being made out flesh and bone also makes perfect sense for an evil tree, considering the reverse is generally the case.

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* On a somewhat related note, Exdeath's castle being made out of flesh and bone also makes perfect sense for an evil tree, considering the reverse is generally the case.



*** It doesn't matter where they live anymore. Omega has started traveling the Rift like Shinryu and Gilgamesh, and can appear anywhere anytime.

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*** It doesn't matter where they live anymore. Omega has started traveling the Rift like Shinryu and Gilgamesh, and can appear anywhere anywhere, anytime.
6th Jul '16 4:31:00 PM EBsessed
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*** And in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', it's ''canon''. Bartz and friends are so goddamned lucky they don't live in Ivalice.

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*** And in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', it's ''canon''.''canonical''. Bartz and friends are so goddamned lucky they don't live in Ivalice.
18th May '16 2:37:10 AM AnotherGamer
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* On a somewhat related note, Exdeath's castle being made out flesh and bones also makes perfect sense for an evil tree, considering that wood is what most houses in the game are probably made out of.

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* On a somewhat related note, Exdeath's castle being made out flesh and bones bone also makes perfect sense for an evil tree, considering that wood is what most houses in the game are probably made out of.
reverse is generally the case.
18th May '16 2:35:18 AM AnotherGamer
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* On a somewhat related note, Exdeath's castle being made out flesh and bones also makes perfect sense for an evil tree, considering that wood is what most houses in the game are probably made out of.



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