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1st Aug '17 9:37:04 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Tidus' fighting style is improvised but [[AwesomeButPractical awesome and practical]]. Most of his moves are based on typical blitzball moves but wielding a sword.

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* Tidus' fighting style is improvised but [[AwesomeButPractical awesome and practical]].practical. Most of his moves are based on typical blitzball moves but wielding a sword.
1st Aug '17 9:36:37 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Tidus' fighting style is improvised but [[AwesomeYetPractical awesome and practical]]. Most of his moves are based on typical blitzball moves but wielding a sword.

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* Tidus' fighting style is improvised but [[AwesomeYetPractical [[AwesomeButPractical awesome and practical]]. Most of his moves are based on typical blitzball moves but wielding a sword.
1st Aug '17 9:36:30 AM ImperialMajestyXO
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* Tidus' fighting style is improvised but awesome and practical. Most of his moves are based on typical blitzball moves but wielding a sword.

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* Tidus' fighting style is improvised but [[AwesomeYetPractical awesome and practical.practical]]. Most of his moves are based on typical blitzball moves but wielding a sword.
22nd Jul '17 4:23:18 PM RedRoverRedRover
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* In-game, Anima is a near GameBreaker for the average player, as her attacks are very powerful. In-universe, this is justified, as [[spoiler:she's actually a Final Aeon, just like Jecht. She sacrificed herself to become a fayth so that Seymour could kill Sin, but Seymour never actually used her to battle Sin (Maybe he couldn't bring himself to do it?), so she remained an aeon.]]
14th Mar '17 8:53:34 PM ACommonHero
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*** While still pretty depressing, there's a very probable interpretation where no one is [[spoiler: intentionally choosing to commit genocide. The fayth remarks that the reason they're putting an end to Dream Zanarkand is because, "We've been dreaming for so long, we're tired." So while a whole large city of people and the entire culture of Zanarkand did probably just die, most of them without "informed consent," there's a strong implication that the fayth might not be doing so out of any selfish desire, but instead because they literally don't have the power to maintain dream Zanarkand for very much longer (relatively speaking). Yes, even despite maintaining it for 1,000 years so far. Bonus points: if you interpret that line this way, and believe without intervention from Dream Zanarkandites like Tidus and Jecht Sin could never have been defeated, then this means this was (probably) literally the last chance to save the world]].
2nd Feb '17 6:48:50 AM Allronix
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* There's a minor character, Isaaru, a Summoner traveling with this two little brothers as Guardians. Said little brothers can't be older than twelve. Think about what it would have meant if the brothers got to Zanarkand before Yuna's party.
25th Jan '17 2:45:26 PM thatsnumberwang
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** Unfortunately, whilst this ''would'' be a good theory, we see when Kilika is destroyed by Sin that blitzballs float, and we see in the the prologue that they are light enough to be effortlessly carried and headed by small children. Which means that in order for this to work, they would have to be simultaneously as light as a soccer ball and as heavy as a bowling ball. The only way to explain this would be some kind of active spell that can alter the density of the blitzball in real time according to the needs of its user; the balls being magical in nature may also explain their ability to inflict status effects.
21st Jan '17 8:35:03 AM Neldolas
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* Something that went over this Troper's head the first few times, but the Glyphs that glow in the Cloisters of Trial have a meaning. Most of the time, they write the names of the temples (Besaid, Kilika, Djose, Macalania, Bevelle and Zanarkand). It's also established that to get the secret treasure in each Cloister, the player must use a destruction sphere to destroy a wall behind which is hidden said secret treasure. What's written on the wall? SIN. In short, to really master the Trial, the player must symbolically destroy Sin.
2nd Jan '17 2:30:46 AM robotsy
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* In [[spoiler:Yuna's farewell sphere]], she says that when she first met Kimahri he told her that he was there because it was the wish of man facing death. At the time, you think this is Braska, who had just died fighting Sin, but once [[spoiler:Auron tells Tidus that he is an unsent]], you realise that Kimahri was actually talking about [[spoiler:Auron himself]]!
25th Aug '16 6:51:38 AM Fynlar
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* [[spoiler:Seymour's]] plan to [[PutThemOutOfMyMisery Put Spira Out Of Its Misery]]. Yevon's core principle is that death is an end to suffering, so they shouldn't grieve over lost loved ones because they're "in a better place." They're actually [[spoiler:letting Sin rampage to encourage dependence on Yevon's summoners via the Calms]], but by that principle, wiping out all life in Spira would be the ethical thing to do and he's the only one willing to do it.

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* [[spoiler:Seymour's]] plan to [[PutThemOutOfMyMisery [[PutThemAllOutOfMyMisery Put Spira Out Of Its Misery]]. Yevon's core principle is that death is an end to suffering, so they shouldn't grieve over lost loved ones because they're "in a better place." They're actually [[spoiler:letting Sin rampage to encourage dependence on Yevon's summoners via the Calms]], but by that principle, wiping out all life in Spira would be the ethical thing to do and he's the only one willing to do it.
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