History Fridge / FinalFantasyX

14th Mar '16 7:27:15 PM jtmmachine
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* [[spoiler: Yunalesca]] is shown to be one of the most powerful fiends/Unsent in the game, using the thousands of pyreflies in [[spoiler: Zanarkand]] to increase [[spoiler: her]] power throughout the fight. [[spoiler: She]] is also the only enemy in the game to use the powerful draining move "Absorb," which [[spoiler: she]] especially likes to use against Aeons. Given that all life on Spira is made of pyreflies, it's quite likely that instead of the usual energy taken using the Drain spell, [[spoiler: she's]] actually directly ripping the pyreflies out of the characters and adding them to [[spoiler: her]] own.

to:

* [[spoiler: Yunalesca]] is shown to be one of the most powerful fiends/Unsent in the game, using the thousands of pyreflies in [[spoiler: Zanarkand]] to increase [[spoiler: her]] power throughout the fight. [[spoiler: She]] is also the only enemy in the game to use the powerful draining move "Absorb," which [[spoiler: she]] especially likes to use against Aeons. Given that all life on Spira is made of pyreflies, it's quite likely that instead of the usual energy taken using the Drain spell, [[spoiler: she's]] actually directly ripping the pyreflies out of the characters and adding them to [[spoiler: her]] own. \n [[spoiler: The Ultimania guide confirms that Sin's durability comes from being able to draw in surrounding pyreflies into its body, so this wouldn't be unprecedented.]]
12th Mar '16 11:23:52 PM jtmmachine
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* [[spoiler: Yunalesca]] is shown to be one of the most powerful fiends/Unsent in the game, using the thousands of pyreflies in [[spoiler: Zanarkand]] to increase [[spoiler: her]] power throughout the fight. [[spoiler: She]] is also the only enemy in the game to use the powerful draining move "Absorb," which she especially likes to use against Aeons. Given that all life on Spira is made of pyreflies, it's quite likely that instead of the usual energy taken using the Drain spell, [[spoiler: she's]] actually directly ripping the pyreflies out of the characters and adding them to her own.

to:

* [[spoiler: Yunalesca]] is shown to be one of the most powerful fiends/Unsent in the game, using the thousands of pyreflies in [[spoiler: Zanarkand]] to increase [[spoiler: her]] power throughout the fight. [[spoiler: She]] is also the only enemy in the game to use the powerful draining move "Absorb," which she [[spoiler: she]] especially likes to use against Aeons. Given that all life on Spira is made of pyreflies, it's quite likely that instead of the usual energy taken using the Drain spell, [[spoiler: she's]] actually directly ripping the pyreflies out of the characters and adding them to her [[spoiler: her]] own.
12th Mar '16 10:40:34 PM jtmmachine
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* [[spoiler: Yunalesca]] is shown to be one of the most powerful fiends/Unsent in the game, using the thousands of pyreflies in [[spoiler: Zanarkand]] to increase [[spoiler: her]] power throughout the fight. [[spoiler: She]] is also the only enemy in the game to use the powerful draining move "Absorb," which she especially likes to use against Aeons. Given that all life on Spira is made of pyreflies, it's quite likely that instead of the usual energy taken using the Drain spell, [[spoiler: she's]] actually directly ripping the pyreflies out of the characters and adding them to her own.
20th Feb '16 3:50:24 PM SteelEdge
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* The party can still play Blitzball even when they're on the run from Yevon, because the league says that none of that matters in the arena. Of course it doesn't; the league already had the heretical Al Bhed Psyches!
5th Feb '16 12:36:01 AM Grazermagic
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* On the way from Besaid to Luca, Gatta and Luzzu are standing guard outside a room and say they're embarking on a dangerous mission they can't disclose. It's not made clear until later that they were actually transporting a Sinspawn for Operation Mi'ihen... but you also learn later that Sin always returns for its spawn and attacks. Gatta and Luzzu are responsible for Sin's attack on Kilika and all the dead villagers by unknowingly drawing Sin to their ship.
11th Jan '16 12:04:10 PM GunarmDyne
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* Why is Seymour Omnis a much easier fight than the previous one? In the second battle against him, he absorbed the souls of a few Guado and soliders. In the third battle, he had absorbed the souls of all the Ronso he killed. In his final battle, he was alone and had no flunkies/victims to draw any extra power from.
7th Jan '16 12:49:48 PM Toadofsteel
Is there an issue? Send a Message


*** Sin isn't killed every 10 years. Sin is killed whenever there's a summoner powerful enough to do it, which is a lot ''less'' frequent than every 10 years. Sin might not be able to get killed without a Final Summon, but it seems possible to cause it pain and drive it off, which is most likely how the Crusaders have been protecting Bevelle and the stadium.

to:

*** Sin isn't killed every 10 years. Sin is killed whenever there's a summoner powerful enough to do it, which is a lot ''less'' frequent than every 10 years. Sin might not be able to get killed without a Final Summon, but it seems possible to cause it pain and drive it off, which is most likely how the Crusaders have been protecting Bevelle and the stadium. The reason Sin doubled down at Operation Mi'ihen is because the crusaders were literally ''torturing'' captured sinspawn to [[BatmanGambit force Sin]] to make a beeline for the area.
2nd Jan '16 5:53:42 AM PurpleAlert
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

* Seymour wants to become Sin and kill everyone so that all suffering will end. Except he'll be Sin, and there'll be no Summoner left to kill him, so basically his endgame is [[IHaveNoMouthAndIMustScream being a giant hell-whale in an empty ocean alone forever]]?
6th Nov '15 11:07:44 PM Aspie
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Why is the normally cheerfully, laid-back Wakka such a hardass about following the traditions and precepts of Yevon before his CharacterDevelopment? Well, early on in the game, there's a scene where the party goes to pray for safe passage before leaving Besaid. Wakka explains that this is an ancient Besaid tradition and adds that Chappu didn't pray for safe passage on the day he died because he was worried he'd miss his boat. In Wakka's mind, ''his brother died because he failed to follow tradition.'' Who wouldn't become a stickler for customs and precepts after that?

to:

* Why is the normally cheerfully, cheerful, laid-back Wakka such a hardass about following the traditions and precepts of Yevon before his CharacterDevelopment? Well, early on in the game, there's a scene where the party goes to pray for safe passage before leaving Besaid. Wakka explains that this is an ancient Besaid tradition and adds that Chappu didn't pray for safe passage on the day he died because he was worried he'd miss his boat. In Wakka's mind, ''his brother died because he failed to follow tradition.'' Who wouldn't become a stickler for customs and precepts after that?
6th Nov '15 11:06:08 PM Aspie
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

* Why is the normally cheerfully, laid-back Wakka such a hardass about following the traditions and precepts of Yevon before his CharacterDevelopment? Well, early on in the game, there's a scene where the party goes to pray for safe passage before leaving Besaid. Wakka explains that this is an ancient Besaid tradition and adds that Chappu didn't pray for safe passage on the day he died because he was worried he'd miss his boat. In Wakka's mind, ''his brother died because he failed to follow tradition.'' Who wouldn't become a stickler for customs and precepts after that?
This list shows the last 10 events of 126. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Fridge.FinalFantasyX