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6th Apr '16 10:29:59 AM wesker56
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* Another spooky thing about Midgar: We all remember the scene when [=Shinra=] blows up the support beam holding up Sector 7, right? And how Reno mentions how its self-destruct is set to go off if anyone messes with it too much... while this was undoubtedly to prevent anyone from messing with it once they'd set it to get ready to blow, this opens a whole other can of worms. Think about it: A team of 8 people could get to each tower's control unit, goof around mindlessly a few times, and ''completely wipe out the entire city.''

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* Another spooky thing about Midgar: We all remember the scene when [=Shinra=] blows up the support beam holding up Sector 7, right? And how Reno Tseng mentions how its self-destruct is set to go off if anyone messes with it too much... while this was undoubtedly to prevent anyone from messing with it once they'd set it to get ready to blow, this opens a whole other can of worms. Think about it: A team of 8 people could get to each tower's control unit, goof around mindlessly a few times, and ''completely wipe out the entire city.''
22nd Dec '15 8:28:41 PM Gingerkitteh
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* Cloud's blood-type is AB, making him an universal recipient. Many Japanese believe blood-type to be an indicator of personality. The table [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_types_in_Japanese_culture here]] describes the negative traits of Cloud's blood-type as ''Critical, indecisive, forgetful, irresponsible, "split personality"''. The other characters all have blood-type A, B, O, or "Unknown".

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* Cloud's blood-type is AB, making him an a universal recipient. Many Japanese believe blood-type to be an indicator of personality. The table [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_types_in_Japanese_culture here]] describes the negative traits of Cloud's blood-type as ''Critical, indecisive, forgetful, irresponsible, "split personality"''. The other characters all have blood-type A, B, O, or "Unknown".
22nd Dec '15 8:25:53 PM Gingerkitteh
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* If you look at Aerith's profile in [[http://www.finalfantasyviipc.com/ FF7 website]] you will see that her blood-type is O. People from this blood group are known as "universal donors", meaning that they can donate blood to people from any blood group. It fits as a fiddle with Aerith always giving the best of herself for the good of the planet[[spoiler:, specially with her death]].

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* If you look at Aerith's profile in [[http://www.finalfantasyviipc.com/ FF7 website]] you will see that her blood-type is O. People from this blood group are known as "universal donors", meaning that they can donate blood to people from any blood group. It fits as a fiddle perfectly with Aerith always giving the best of herself for the good of the planet[[spoiler:, specially planet, [[spoiler: especially with her death]].
8th Dec '15 1:39:51 PM HerrBlitzDiktator
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** Which doubles when it's shown as a grunt, he's more muscular because Shinra grunts are needed to be physically fit. SOLDIER's need to be fit, but you also need to be compatible with the Jenova genes.
1st Dec '15 7:09:48 PM accidentallythesun
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*** Additionally, while she looks nothing like cloud's mother, there IS a woman in her house when the party reaches Nibelheim in the present. I believe she even mentions ShinRa by name towards the end of the game. So they found someone to "replace" her, easily. They probably didn't care too badly about how she looked, just that they knew a woman had lived there before. (Possibly since her only known living relative - Cloud - was likely presumed dead when they did the rebuild-and-hire.)
1st Dec '15 7:09:48 PM accidentallythesun
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*** Additionally, while she looks nothing like cloud's mother, there IS a woman in her house when the party reaches Nibelheim in the present. I believe she even mentions ShinRa by name towards the end of the game. So they found someone to "replace" her, easily. They probably didn't care too badly about how she looked, just that they knew a woman had lived there before. (Possibly since her only known living relative - Cloud - was likely presumed dead when they did the rebuild-and-hire.)
15th Oct '15 7:50:18 AM MrDeath
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* Aeris's house. She's an Ancient, so of course her wonderful garden is grown with sunshine and rainbows and magic, right? Probably not. She lives next to a clean water source and fertile earth, but she also lives right near a power station that's polluting the ground and sucking life energy out of the planet, and her ability to manipulate the lifestream just means she can stop it from going into the reactor in the area around her house. Sounds fine, except she's not actually using her abilities to ''stop'' the flow of the lifestream into the reactor, she's only holding a pool of it in her own yard and the church for her own use while everybody else just has to deal with living on a barren wasteland. And all of that is just kinda sad. The horror part? Aeris uses it to grow ''flowers'', not ''food''.

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* Aeris's house. She's an Ancient, so of course her wonderful garden is grown with sunshine and rainbows and magic, right? Probably not. She lives next to a clean water source and fertile earth, but she also lives right near a power station that's polluting the ground and sucking life energy out of the planet, and her ability to manipulate the lifestream just means she can stop it from going into the reactor in the area around her house. Sounds fine, except she's not actually using her abilities to ''stop'' the flow of the lifestream into the reactor, she's only holding a pool of it in her own yard and the church for her own use while everybody else just has to deal with living on a barren wasteland. And all of that is just kinda sad. The horror part? Aeris uses it to grow ''flowers'', not ''food''.
14th Oct '15 6:44:42 PM PurpleAlert
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* Aeris's house. She's an Ancient, so of course her wonderful garden is grown with sunshine and rainbows and magic, right? Probably not. She lives next to a clean water source and fertile earth, but she also lives right near a power station that's polluting the ground and sucking life energy out of the planet, and her ability to manipulate the lifestream just means she can stop it from going into the reactor in the area around her house. Sounds fine, except she's not actually using her abilities to ''stop'' the flow of the lifestream into the reactor, she's only holding a pool of it in her own yard and the church for her own use while everybody else just has to deal with living on a barren wasteland. And all of that is just kinda sad. The horror part? Aeris uses it to grow ''flowers'', not ''food''.
21st Jul '15 12:24:41 PM MrDeath
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*** Irrelevant. Cloud had strength enough, since he ''was'' the one who [[spoiler: actually killed Sephiroth in the reactor]].
21st Jul '15 6:54:31 AM IsaacsLaughing
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*** Irrelevant. Cloud had strength enough, since he ''was'' the one who [[spoiler: actually killed Sephiroth in the reactor]].
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