History Fridge / FinalFantasyV

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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7th May '14 12:22:01 PM MrDeath
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* This game does a pretty good job of tutorializing you on enemy attack patterns by making you the victim of such patterns. For example, the first time you go to the Ancient Library and face enemies that have the Level 5 attack, you're probably going to be somewhere around level 15. Here's hoping you saved a lot!

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* This game does a pretty good job of tutorializing you on enemy attack patterns by making you the victim of such patterns. For example, the first time you go to the Ancient Library and face enemies that have the Level 5 attack, you're probably going to be somewhere around level 15. Here's hoping you saved a lot!
7th May '14 11:24:02 AM dotchan
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* This game does a pretty good job of tutorializing you on enemy attack patterns by making you the victim of such patterns. For example, the first time you go to the Ancient Library and face enemies that have the Level 5 attack, you're probably going to be somewhere around level 15. Here's hoping you saved a lot!
29th Jan '14 7:16:36 AM MrDeath
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* Ghido calls Krile psychotically--sorry, psychically--and this gives her a migraine so bad she collapses and has to stay in bed, which is where the party finds her after coming back from Drakenvale. Then they try to visit Ghido, but Exdeath stops that. Then they wind up in a naval attack/submarine infiltration of a Barrier Tower, and ''then'' they finally get to take the submarine to Ghido's newly-underwater home. Now, if you take the time to fly all the way to Bal Castle during this time, Krile is still in bed and mumbling about Ghido. In story time, all of these adventures have to take a while. That means Krile has been suffering from a migraine so hideous she literally can't stand up for ''days''. Poor kid.

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* Ghido calls Krile psychotically--sorry, psychically--and psychically and this gives her a migraine so bad she collapses and has to stay in bed, which is where the party finds her after coming back from Drakenvale. Then they try to visit Ghido, but Exdeath stops that. Then they wind up in a naval attack/submarine infiltration of a Barrier Tower, and ''then'' they finally get to take the submarine to Ghido's newly-underwater home. Now, if you take the time to fly all the way to Bal Castle during this time, Krile is still in bed and mumbling about Ghido. In story time, all of these adventures have to take a while. That means Krile has been suffering from a migraine so hideous she literally can't stand up for ''days''. Poor kid.
28th Jan '14 8:02:18 PM eowynjedi
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* Ghido calls Krile psychotically--sorry, psychically--and this gives her a migraine so bad she collapses and has to stay in bed, which is where the party finds her after coming back from Drakenvale. Then they try to visit Ghido, but Exdeath stops that. Then they wind up in a naval attack/submarine infiltration of a Barrier Tower, and ''then'' they finally get to take the submarine to Ghido's newly-underwater home. Now, if you take the time to fly all the way to Bal Castle during this time, Krile is still in bed and mumbling about Ghido. In story time, all of these adventures have to take a while. That means Krile has been suffering from a migraine so hideous she literally can't stand up for ''days''. Poor kid.
14th Nov '12 5:21:07 PM FalconPain
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* Ghido's unexpected ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' reference when fighting Exdeath in the GBA version becomes a bit more clever when you remember that at the beginning of the scene, Exdeath was a [[{{Mentor}} splinter]].
5th Apr '12 2:21:44 AM JCAll
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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 anytime.
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