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18th Jul '15 12:38:32 AM Toadofsteel
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* It's often hinted at that Tidus' own existence as a fayth dream was modelled on Shuyin, which explains the resemblance in appearance and voice, yet the two could not be farther apart in personality and world outlook. However, Tidus could very well be what Shuyin was like back when he was alive. If that's the case, the psychological torture Shuyin has had to endure has sent him into a headfirst dive over the DespairEventHorizon, which means that even Tidus could be pushed to the same extreme if subjected to such immense emotional trauma.
3rd Jun '15 6:48:01 PM fearlessnikki
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* Baralai's attitude towards Nooj's apparent betrayal makes even more sense if you realise that it happened around the same time Yevon as a whole got exposed as {{Hypocrites}}. Baralai had to go through two separate traumas one after the other, resulting in serious BreakTheCutie.
* An interpretation for Baralai becoming the New Yevon praetor. He seems to want New Yevon to atone for the mistakes the old one made. Possibly clinging to his faith in the hope that Nooj can somehow atone for what he did. [[spoiler: Which he thankfully does]].
* Why does Rikku not get the same recognition as Yuna when she helped defeat Sin? Well the Al Bhed have been thought of as heathens for a while. Old prejudices do die hard.




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* In the battles, Rikku will sometimes say "Dr P is in the house" and Paine will respond with "stop that". One of the Crimson Spheres shows that Gippal sometimes called her that too. It's likely the nickname brought back bad memories for her.
20th Jan '15 5:49:38 PM MoonlightBomber
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* In ''X-2'', the head-scratcher was how Yuna was tied to Shuyin and Lenne, or why she seemed to be the key to bringing them back together and calming Shuyin's insane rage. It's said outright that she isn't a reincarnation of Lenne, despite the parallels. Then, it hit me. Sin may be gone, the Fayth may be enjoying their overdue rest...but that ''doesn't'' mean Yuna stopped being the most powerful Summoner on Spira. And aside from the task of defeating Sin, a Summoner's duty involves sending the spirits of those who died violently to their rest. I raise a beer to you, Square.

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* In ''X-2'', the head-scratcher was how Yuna was tied to Shuyin and Lenne, or why she seemed to be the key to bringing them back together and calming Shuyin's insane rage. It's said outright that she isn't a reincarnation of Lenne, despite the parallels. Then, it hit me. Sin may be gone, the Fayth may be enjoying their overdue rest... but that ''doesn't'' mean Yuna stopped being the most powerful Summoner on Spira. And aside from the task of defeating Sin, a Summoner's duty involves sending the spirits of those who died violently to their rest. I raise a beer to you, Square.



* Let's go over a few facts; Tidus is a dream of the faith, he looks identical to Shuyin, Shuyin snuck behind [[TrappedBehindEnemyLines enemy lines]] to get a WMD so he could save Lenne proving that he'll do anything to keep her safe, Lenne was a Summoner (ergo she was powerful) so she would be sent to the front lines in the war (with no guarantee of her safety), Yuna looks a lot like her and was in a similar scenario...Tidus pulled out all the stops to save her when he learned the truth about [[HeroicSacrifice the Final Summoning]], Sounds a lot like Shuyin...doesn't he? The ''brilliance'' here is the possibility that Tidus may have been the dream version of Shuyin. However it ''Really'' hits you when you remember that Tidus was basically a [[LaserGuidedTykeBomb plan the faiths came up with to end Sin's cycle]], could the faiths really have planned out Tidus meeting Yuna (who is ''again'' Lenne's look alike...or is it the other way around), falling in love with her, and finally giving up his life so she would live, cuz lets face it; saving Yuna was his driving force --Ryuki
** After thinking about it some more I came up with another idea; what if the faith didn't just plan out the first game, but the second one too? Think about; Yuna see ''one'' sphere about a guy who kinda looks and sounds like (but as we find out later he doesn't just ''kinda'' look like Tidus) saying he wanted to save the "summoner"...really...just what are the chances that seeing that ''one'' sphere would lead her to save the world ''again'', now can anyone say this adventure would have happened had she never met Tidus. Now i'm not sold on the idea, but come on, if they really did plan out that far ahead it would be pretty BadAss--Ryuki

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* Let's go over a few facts; Tidus is a dream of the faith, fayth, he looks identical to Shuyin, Shuyin snuck sneaked behind [[TrappedBehindEnemyLines enemy lines]] to get a WMD so he could save Lenne proving that he'll do anything to keep her safe, Lenne was a Summoner (ergo she was powerful) so she would be sent to the front lines in the war (with no guarantee of her safety), Yuna looks a lot like her and was in a similar scenario...Tidus pulled out all the stops to save her when he learned the truth about [[HeroicSacrifice the Final Summoning]], Sounds a lot like Shuyin...doesn't he? The ''brilliance'' here is the possibility that Tidus may have been the dream version of Shuyin. However it ''Really'' ''really'' hits you when you remember that Tidus was basically a [[LaserGuidedTykeBomb plan the faiths fayth came up with to end Sin's cycle]], could the faiths fayth really have planned out Tidus meeting Yuna (who is ''again'' Lenne's look alike...or is it the other way around), falling in love with her, and finally giving up his life so she would live, cuz lets face it; saving Yuna was his driving force --Ryuki
** After thinking about it some more I came up with another idea; what if the faith didn't just plan out the first game, but the second one too? Think about; Yuna see ''one'' sphere about a guy who kinda looks and sounds like (but as we find out later he doesn't just ''kinda'' look like Tidus) saying he wanted to save the "summoner"...really...just what are the chances that seeing that ''one'' sphere would lead her to save the world ''again'', now can anyone say this adventure would have happened had she never met Tidus. Now i'm not sold on the idea, but come on, if they really did plan out that far ahead it would be pretty BadAss--RyukiBadAss. --Ryuki



*** And not only that! It seems pretty clear from exploring the backstories of both games that Lenne was one of the summoners of Zanarkand helping to defeat Bevelle in the war centuries ago. In order to save her life, Shuyin sneaks into Bevelle to destroy the great machina weapon Vegnagun, but gets captured; Lenne tries to save him and they both get killed. End result, because Vegnagun wasn't destroyed, Yunalesca and Zaon had to go on with their plan to create the greatest summoning ever to bring down Bevelle. Flash forward to the present: the fayth, drawing upon the dream Zanarkand, create a copy of Shuyin to reunite with his love's {{Expy}}, thus able to finish what Shuyin and Lenne started--bringing down Yevon (and therefore Bevelle), eliminating Sin and freeing the fayth. In gratitude for this, and for eliminating the last loose ends by destroying Vegnagun and freeing Shuyin and Lenne so they could pass on, the fayth use their power to restore Tidus so he and Yuna can live the lives of love Shuyin and Lenne were meant to have. The games truly are one long plan to give Shuyin and Lenne the chance to undo their mistakes that allowed Vegnagun to remain and created Yevon and Sin, fulfill the missions they were intended to fulfill, and then reward them for succeeding.
* Many people think the monkey matchmaking sidequest's sole purpose is RuleOfFunny. But pay attention: The last two monkeys you pair up are named [[MeaningfulName Sol and Luna.]] Hmm... reuiniting two lovers who are represented by the sun and the moon? What's this game about again?
* The possibility that [[spoiler: Chaumi from the CD Drama is Auron's illegitimate daughter really does add some perspective to Auron turning down his arranged marriage]].

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*** And not only that! It seems pretty clear from exploring the backstories of both games that Lenne was one of the summoners of Zanarkand helping to defeat Bevelle in the war centuries ago. In order to save her life, Shuyin sneaks into Bevelle to destroy the great machina weapon Vegnagun, but gets captured; Lenne tries to save him and they both get killed. End result, because Vegnagun wasn't destroyed, Yunalesca and Zaon had to go on with their plan to create the greatest summoning ever to bring down Bevelle. Flash forward to the present: the fayth, drawing upon the dream Zanarkand, create a copy of Shuyin to reunite with his love's {{Expy}}, thus able to finish what Shuyin and Lenne started--bringing started -- bringing down Yevon (and therefore Bevelle), eliminating Sin and freeing the fayth. In gratitude for this, and for eliminating the last loose ends by destroying Vegnagun and freeing Shuyin and Lenne so they could pass on, the fayth use their power to restore Tidus so he and Yuna can live the lives of love Shuyin and Lenne were meant to have. The games truly are one long plan to give Shuyin and Lenne the chance to undo their mistakes that allowed Vegnagun to remain and created Yevon and Sin, fulfill the missions they were intended to fulfill, and then reward them for succeeding.
* Many people think the monkey matchmaking sidequest's sole purpose is RuleOfFunny. But pay attention: The last two monkeys you pair up are named [[MeaningfulName Sol and Luna.]] Hmm... reuiniting reuniting two lovers who are represented by the sun and the moon? What's this game about again?
* The possibility that [[spoiler: Chaumi from the CD Drama bonus audio drama is Auron's illegitimate daughter really does add some perspective to Auron turning down his arranged marriage]].




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* And speaking of fiends, many players wondered why many of their names were changed, even though they are essentially the same fiends from ''X''. This is because the old Yevon order, who established the old fiend taxonomy/nomenclature system, was brought down as a result of Sin's final defeat. Spira had to start fresh, and thus a new order required a new fiend taxonomy/nomenclature system to go along with.



* Why is Shuyin's spirit stuck in the Den of Woe? Initial theories pretty much came down to 'he was buried/killed there.' No, Vegnagun was in Bevelle, and he and Lenne were shot right in front of it. Why would they bury the guy in a cave that's nearly 3/4 of the entire map of Spira away?

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* Why is Shuyin's spirit stuck in the Den of Woe? Initial theories pretty much came down to 'he was buried/killed there.' No, Vegnagun was in Bevelle, and he and Lenne were shot right in front of it. Why would they bury the guy in a cave that's nearly 3/4 of the entire map of Spira away? away?
** The Bevelle authorities knew Shuyin's enormous [[ThePowerOfHate hatred-based willpower]] (that it can resist even the most elaborate sending ceremony) can haunt Spira for a very long time, so they were CrazyPrepared to contain his body and unsent soul in an obscure place instead of simply sending it to the Farplane.
10th Oct '14 10:51:40 AM JMQwilleran
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** This is something I realized while replaying ''X-2'' and reviewing the pre-requisites for the different endings. You receive a different ending based on how many completion points that you've gained. If you have low completion points then Yuna will not re-unite with Tidus and will instead choose to continue her adventuring with the Gullwings, if you receive enough points however Yuna returns to Besaid and settles down with Tidus. At first I didn't understand why the game ended this way until I looked back at ''X''. In X though Yuna traveled the world she didn't get a chance to enjoy it and experience it, that's where ''X-2'' comes in. In ''X-2'' the only way to receive a full 100% completion is to have Yuna visit every location on the map multiple times, see new people, and experience new things. The completion percentage represents Yuna's satisfaction with the adventures she has had so far. Once she has felt that she has truly experienced the world then she chooses to settle down with Tidus. In ''X-2 International+Last Mission'' which has never been released outside of Japan they reveal that Yuna leaves the Gullwings anyway no matter whether or not you decided to have her re-unite with Tidus. This also explains her behavior in ''X-2''. As society in Spira was very strict during the events of ''X'', Yuna as a summoner was probably never allowed to just be laid back and have fun. Also as a girl this troper can vouch that no matter how proper a girl is if she's around really good friends then she'll let her hair down and have fun, and for Yuna it was the very first time where she could just have and so she didn't know how to act, so she did the next best thing. She copied Rikku's behavior from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX''.

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** This is something I realized while replaying ''X-2'' and reviewing the pre-requisites for the different endings. You receive a different ending based on how many completion points that you've gained. If you have low completion points then Yuna will not re-unite with Tidus and will instead choose to continue her adventuring with the Gullwings, if you receive enough points however Yuna returns to Besaid and settles down with Tidus. At first I didn't understand why the game ended this way until I looked back at ''X''. In X though Yuna traveled the world she didn't get a chance to enjoy it and experience it, that's where ''X-2'' comes in. In ''X-2'' the only way to receive a full 100% completion is to have Yuna visit every location on the map multiple times, see new people, and experience new things. The completion percentage represents Yuna's satisfaction with the adventures she has had so far. Once she has felt that she has truly experienced the world then she chooses to settle down with Tidus. In ''X-2 International+Last Mission'' which has never been released outside of Japan Mission'', they reveal that Yuna leaves the Gullwings anyway no matter whether or not you decided to have her re-unite with Tidus. This also explains her behavior in ''X-2''. As society in Spira was very strict during the events of ''X'', Yuna as a summoner was probably never allowed to just be laid back and have fun. Also as a girl this troper can vouch that no matter how proper a girl is if she's around really good friends then she'll let her hair down and have fun, and for Yuna it was the very first time where she could just have and so she didn't know how to act, so she did the next best thing. She copied Rikku's behavior from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX''.
17th Jul '14 7:04:45 PM mythbuster
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* Chocobos disappear into pyreflies when killed. That means that chocobos are fiends! That explains why wild chocobos will fight you. YMMV on whether using tamed fiends as mounts is FridgeHorror.
1st Jun '14 11:15:27 AM mythbuster
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* Instead of going to a the Farplane, Yunalesca went to Via Infinito and turned into a basilisk-type fiend. Yunalesca's final form in the first game was a giant Gorgon head. [[TakenForGranite What are Gorgons most known for? What do basilisk-types do?]]
30th Apr '14 10:39:07 PM dkscribbler31
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* With Rikku's personality it never made sense to this troper why she was so much more laid back until I realized that her situation is the same as Yuna's. Even though Rikku was chipper during ''X'', it was because she like Yuna was a StepfordSmiler, and she being an Albhed had very few choices as to what she could do with her life. Though she traveled the world before Rikku never got a chance to enjoy herself as she was on missions. This is the first time in Rikku's life that she is free to do what she wants and go where she wants. The problem is Rikku never had plans for what she wanted to do with her life, which is why she seems to just go with things. Now that Rikku can be truly carefree she's enjoying every minute of it.
* Let's go over a few facts; Tidus is a dream of the faith, he looks identical to Shuyin, Shuyin snuck behind [[TrappedBehindEnemyLines enemy lines]] to get a WMD so he could save Lenne proving that he'll do anything to keep her safe, Lenne was a Summoner (ergo she was powerful) so she would be sent to the frontlines in the war (with no guarantee of her safety), Yune looks a lot like her and was in a similar scenario...Tidus pulled out all the stops to save her when he learned the truth about [[HeroicSacrifice the Final Summoning]], Sounds a lot like Shuyin...doesn't he? The ''brilliance'' here is the possibility that Tidus may have been the dream version of Shuyin. However it ''Really'' hits you when you remember that Tidus was basically a [[LaserGuidedTykeBomb plan the faiths came up with to end Sin's cycle]], could the faiths really have planned out Tidus meeting Yuna (who is ''again'' Lenne's look alike...or is it the other way around), falling in love with her, and finaly giving up his life so she would live, cuz lets face it; saving Yuna was his driving force --Ryuki

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* With Rikku's personality it never made sense to this troper why she was so much more laid back until I realized that her situation is the same as Yuna's. Even though Rikku was chipper during ''X'', it was because she like Yuna was a StepfordSmiler, and she being an Albhed Al Bhed had very few choices as to what she could do with her life. Though she traveled the world before Rikku never got a chance to enjoy herself as she was on missions. This is the first time in Rikku's life that she is free to do what she wants and go where she wants. The problem is Rikku never had plans for what she wanted to do with her life, which is why she seems to just go with things. Now that Rikku can be truly carefree she's enjoying every minute of it.
* Let's go over a few facts; Tidus is a dream of the faith, he looks identical to Shuyin, Shuyin snuck behind [[TrappedBehindEnemyLines enemy lines]] to get a WMD so he could save Lenne proving that he'll do anything to keep her safe, Lenne was a Summoner (ergo she was powerful) so she would be sent to the frontlines front lines in the war (with no guarantee of her safety), Yune Yuna looks a lot like her and was in a similar scenario...Tidus pulled out all the stops to save her when he learned the truth about [[HeroicSacrifice the Final Summoning]], Sounds a lot like Shuyin...doesn't he? The ''brilliance'' here is the possibility that Tidus may have been the dream version of Shuyin. However it ''Really'' hits you when you remember that Tidus was basically a [[LaserGuidedTykeBomb plan the faiths came up with to end Sin's cycle]], could the faiths really have planned out Tidus meeting Yuna (who is ''again'' Lenne's look alike...or is it the other way around), falling in love with her, and finaly finally giving up his life so she would live, cuz lets face it; saving Yuna was his driving force --Ryuki



* The possibility that [[spoiler: Chaumi from the CD Drama is Auron's illegitimate daughter really does add some perspective to Auron turning down his arranged marriage]]

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* Why is Shuyin's spirit stuck in the Den of Woe? Initial theories pretty much came down to 'he was buried/killed there.' No, Vegnagun was in Bevelle, and he and Lenne were shot right in front of it. Why would they bury the guy in a cave that's nearly 3/4 of the entire map of Spira away?
5th Apr '14 2:04:59 AM erforce
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* In VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2, the head-scratcher was how Yuna was tied to Shuyin and Lenne, or why she seemed to be the key to bringing them back together and calming Shuyin's insane rage. It's said outright that she isn't a reincarnation of Lenne, despite the parallels. Then, it hit me. Sin may be gone, the Fayth may be enjoying their overdue rest...but that ''doesn't'' mean Yuna stopped being the most powerful Summoner on Spira. And aside from the task of defeating Sin, a Summoner's duty involves sending the spirits of those who died violently to their rest. I raise a beer to you, Square.
** This is something I realized while replaying VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 and reviewing the pre-requisites for the different endings. You receive a different ending based on how many completion points that you've gained. If you have low completion points then Yuna will not re-unite with Tidus and will instead choose to continue her adventuring with the Gullwings, if you receive enough points however Yuna returns to Besaid and settles down with Tidus. At first I didn't understand why the game ended this way until I looked back at X. In X though Yuna traveled the world she didn't get a chance to enjoy it and experience it, that's where X-2 comes in. In X-2 the only way to receive a full 100% completion is to have Yuna visit every location on the map multiple times, see new people, and experience new things. The completion percentage represents Yuna's satisfaction with the adventures she has had so far. Once she has felt that she has truly experienced the world then she chooses to settle down with Tidus. In X-2 International+Last Mission which has never been released outside of Japan they reveal that Yuna leaves the Gullwings anyway no matter whether or not you decided to have her re-unite with Tidus. This also explains her behavior in X-2. As society in Spira was very strict during the events of X, Yuna as a summoner was probably never allowed to just be laid back and have fun. Also as a girl this troper can vouch that no matter how proper a girl is if she's around really good friends then she'll let her hair down and have fun, and for Yuna it was the very first time where she could just have and so she didn't know how to act, so she did the next best thing. She copied Rikku's behavior from FinalFantasyX.
* With Rikku's personality it never made sense to this troper why she was so much more laid back until I realized that her situation is the same as Yuna's. Even though Rikku was chipper during X, it was because she like Yuna was a StepfordSmiler, and she being an Albhed had very few choices as to what she could do with her life. Though she traveled the world before Rikku never got a chance to enjoy herself as she was on missions. This is the first time in Rikku's life that she is free to do what she wants and go where she wants. The problem is Rikku never had plans for what she wanted to do with her life, which is why she seems to just go with things. Now that Rikku can be truly carefree she's enjoying every minute of it.

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* In VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2, ''X-2'', the head-scratcher was how Yuna was tied to Shuyin and Lenne, or why she seemed to be the key to bringing them back together and calming Shuyin's insane rage. It's said outright that she isn't a reincarnation of Lenne, despite the parallels. Then, it hit me. Sin may be gone, the Fayth may be enjoying their overdue rest...but that ''doesn't'' mean Yuna stopped being the most powerful Summoner on Spira. And aside from the task of defeating Sin, a Summoner's duty involves sending the spirits of those who died violently to their rest. I raise a beer to you, Square.
** This is something I realized while replaying VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 ''X-2'' and reviewing the pre-requisites for the different endings. You receive a different ending based on how many completion points that you've gained. If you have low completion points then Yuna will not re-unite with Tidus and will instead choose to continue her adventuring with the Gullwings, if you receive enough points however Yuna returns to Besaid and settles down with Tidus. At first I didn't understand why the game ended this way until I looked back at X. ''X''. In X though Yuna traveled the world she didn't get a chance to enjoy it and experience it, that's where X-2 ''X-2'' comes in. In X-2 ''X-2'' the only way to receive a full 100% completion is to have Yuna visit every location on the map multiple times, see new people, and experience new things. The completion percentage represents Yuna's satisfaction with the adventures she has had so far. Once she has felt that she has truly experienced the world then she chooses to settle down with Tidus. In X-2 ''X-2 International+Last Mission Mission'' which has never been released outside of Japan they reveal that Yuna leaves the Gullwings anyway no matter whether or not you decided to have her re-unite with Tidus. This also explains her behavior in X-2. ''X-2''. As society in Spira was very strict during the events of X, ''X'', Yuna as a summoner was probably never allowed to just be laid back and have fun. Also as a girl this troper can vouch that no matter how proper a girl is if she's around really good friends then she'll let her hair down and have fun, and for Yuna it was the very first time where she could just have and so she didn't know how to act, so she did the next best thing. She copied Rikku's behavior from FinalFantasyX.
''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX''.
* With Rikku's personality it never made sense to this troper why she was so much more laid back until I realized that her situation is the same as Yuna's. Even though Rikku was chipper during X, ''X'', it was because she like Yuna was a StepfordSmiler, and she being an Albhed had very few choices as to what she could do with her life. Though she traveled the world before Rikku never got a chance to enjoy herself as she was on missions. This is the first time in Rikku's life that she is free to do what she wants and go where she wants. The problem is Rikku never had plans for what she wanted to do with her life, which is why she seems to just go with things. Now that Rikku can be truly carefree she's enjoying every minute of it.
1st Apr '14 3:04:31 PM Lionheart0
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* The possibility that [[spoiler: Chaumi from the CD Drama is Auron's illegitimate daughter really does add some perspective to Auron turning down his arranged marriage]]
5th Feb '14 6:31:01 AM firejewel
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* In VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2, the head-scratcher was how Yuna was tied to Shuyin and Lenne, or why she seemed to be the key to bringing them back together and calming Shuyin's insane rage. It's said outright that she isn't a reincarnation of Lenne, despite the parallels. Then, it hit me. Sin may be gone, the Fayth may be enjoying their overdue rest...but that ''doesn't'' mean Yuna stopped being the most powerful Summoner on Spira. And aside from the task of defeating Sin, a Summoner's duty involve sending the spirits of those who died violently to their rest. I raise a beer to you, Square.
** This is something I realized while replaying VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 and reviewing the pre-requisites for the different endings. You receive a different ending based on your how many completion points that you've gained. If you have low completion points then Yuna will not re-unite with Tidus and will instead choose to continue her adventuring with the Gullwings, if you receive enough points however Yuna returns to Besaid and settles down with Tidus. At first I didn't understand why the game ended this way until I looked back at X. In X though Yuna traveled the world she didn't get a chance to enjoy it and experience it, that's where X-2 comes in. In X-2 the only way to receive a full 100% completion is to have Yuna visit every location on the map multiple times, see new people, and experience new things. The completion percentage represents Yuna's satisfaction with the adventures she has had so far. Once she has felt that she has truly experienced the world then she chooses to settle down with Tidus. In X-2 International+Last Mission which has never been released outside of Japan they reveal that Yuna leaves the Gullwings anyway no matter whether or not you decided to have her re-unite with Tidus. This also explains her behavior in X-2. As society in Spira was very strict during the events of X, Yuna as a summoner was probably never allowed to just be laid back and have fun. Also as a girl this troper can vouch that no matter how proper a girl is if she's around really good friends then she'll let her hair down and have fun, and for Yuna it was the very first time where she could just have and so she didn't know how to act, so she did the next best thing. She copied Rikku's behavior from FinalFantasyX.

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* In VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2, the head-scratcher was how Yuna was tied to Shuyin and Lenne, or why she seemed to be the key to bringing them back together and calming Shuyin's insane rage. It's said outright that she isn't a reincarnation of Lenne, despite the parallels. Then, it hit me. Sin may be gone, the Fayth may be enjoying their overdue rest...but that ''doesn't'' mean Yuna stopped being the most powerful Summoner on Spira. And aside from the task of defeating Sin, a Summoner's duty involve involves sending the spirits of those who died violently to their rest. I raise a beer to you, Square.
** This is something I realized while replaying VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 and reviewing the pre-requisites for the different endings. You receive a different ending based on your how many completion points that you've gained. If you have low completion points then Yuna will not re-unite with Tidus and will instead choose to continue her adventuring with the Gullwings, if you receive enough points however Yuna returns to Besaid and settles down with Tidus. At first I didn't understand why the game ended this way until I looked back at X. In X though Yuna traveled the world she didn't get a chance to enjoy it and experience it, that's where X-2 comes in. In X-2 the only way to receive a full 100% completion is to have Yuna visit every location on the map multiple times, see new people, and experience new things. The completion percentage represents Yuna's satisfaction with the adventures she has had so far. Once she has felt that she has truly experienced the world then she chooses to settle down with Tidus. In X-2 International+Last Mission which has never been released outside of Japan they reveal that Yuna leaves the Gullwings anyway no matter whether or not you decided to have her re-unite with Tidus. This also explains her behavior in X-2. As society in Spira was very strict during the events of X, Yuna as a summoner was probably never allowed to just be laid back and have fun. Also as a girl this troper can vouch that no matter how proper a girl is if she's around really good friends then she'll let her hair down and have fun, and for Yuna it was the very first time where she could just have and so she didn't know how to act, so she did the next best thing. She copied Rikku's behavior from FinalFantasyX.
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