History Headscratchers / FinalFantasyX

26th Jun '16 2:00:17 PM RebelionRoja
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** I always thought that the kiss was underwater, then they continued on the shore doing other things... That's how I see it anyways.
16th Apr '16 7:57:58 PM JM1982
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** Talking to Rin on the airship at the end of the game gives some background on Braska's interactions with the Al Bhed, including Yuna's mother and Cid. Yuna likely met Cid and Rikku during her early childhood while traveling with her mother, before Sin killed Mom and Braska died with the Final Summoning. As to why Cid didn't take her in, Kimahri found Yuna in Bevelle almost immediately after Braska's death and started taking her to Besaid. How do you think Kimahri, not to mention just about every other nearby human, would react if the Al Bhed "heathens" suddenly showed up out of nowhere and tried to "kidnap" the High Summoner's daughter, particularly with the blasphemous "lie" that she's half Al Bhed? Everybody in Besaid, including Kimahri and Wakka, would have fought the Al Bhed tooth and nail if Cid had come to pick Yuna up. Given that Yuna was living happily in Besaid, Cid was probably waiting for a more opportune time to contact her once she'd grown up and struck out on her own. That way, he'd avoid causing any grief with the people of Besaid. However, once she became a summoner, Cid knew he had to act and added her to the list of summoners the Al Bhed had to try and stop.



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20th Feb '16 6:12:11 AM DenisK21
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** An Unsent is sustained by obsessed, but also bound by it. Mika's obsession with unchanging continuity, Seymour's obsession with power, Auron's obsession with his past promises (luckily, that one's not evil). They are incapable of moving past those obsessions; unlike those who've yet to die, Unsent can never really change. Can you really call that "living"?

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** An Unsent is sustained by obsessed, obsession, but also bound by it. Mika's obsession with unchanging continuity, Seymour's obsession with power, Auron's obsession with his past promises (luckily, that one's not evil). They are incapable of moving past those obsessions; unlike those who've yet to die, Unsent can never really change. Can you really call that "living"?
20th Feb '16 6:11:40 AM DenisK21
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**An Unsent is sustained by obsessed, but also bound by it. Mika's obsession with unchanging continuity, Seymour's obsession with power, Auron's obsession with his past promises (luckily, that one's not evil). They are incapable of moving past those obsessions; unlike those who've yet to die, Unsent can never really change. Can you really call that "living"?
4th Feb '16 11:12:02 AM thatsnumberwang
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** Whilst the Fayth may be creatures of peace, they are slaves to whoever has summoned them. Spiran Hitler could order Bahamut to MegaFlare a school and he wouldn't be able to do a thing about it. And the fact that Aeons can only be summoned once could actually be a very good reason why Zanarkand lost: They are the ultimate AwesomeButImpractical weapon. No matter how many mechs that Yojimbo cleaved in two, or how much infantry Valefor dive-bombed; there would always be many, many, more. It is also important to note that unlike a machine, healing magic works on an Aeon so they would have been almost impossible for the enemy to kill, especially if any of the summoners knew Belgemine's trick of healing all of your Aeons at once.

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** Whilst the Fayth may be creatures of peace, they are slaves to whoever has summoned them. Spiran Hitler could order Bahamut to MegaFlare Mega Flare a school and he wouldn't be able to do a thing about it. And the fact that Aeons can only be summoned once could actually be a very good reason why Zanarkand lost: They are the ultimate AwesomeButImpractical weapon. No matter how many mechs that Yojimbo cleaved in two, or how much infantry Valefor dive-bombed; there would always be many, many, more. It is also important to note that unlike a machine, machine healing magic works on an Aeon so they would have been almost impossible for the enemy to kill, especially if any of the summoners knew Belgemine's trick of healing all of your Aeons at once.
4th Feb '16 11:10:12 AM thatsnumberwang
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** Its worth noting that whilst the Fayth may be creatures of peace, they are slaves to whoever has summoned them. Spiran Hitler could order Bahamut to MegaFlare a school and he wouldn't be able to do a thing about it. And the fact that Aeons can only be summoned once could actually be a very good reason why Zanarkand lost: They are the ultimate AwesomeButImpractical weapon. No matter how many mechs that Yojimbo cleaved in two, or how much infantry Valefor dive-bombed; there would always be many, many, more. It is also important to note that unlike a machine, healing magic works on an Aeon so they would have been almost impossible for the enemy to kill, especially if any of the summoners knew Belgemine's trick of healing all of your Aeons at once.

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** Its worth noting that whilst Whilst the Fayth may be creatures of peace, they are slaves to whoever has summoned them. Spiran Hitler could order Bahamut to MegaFlare a school and he wouldn't be able to do a thing about it. And the fact that Aeons can only be summoned once could actually be a very good reason why Zanarkand lost: They are the ultimate AwesomeButImpractical weapon. No matter how many mechs that Yojimbo cleaved in two, or how much infantry Valefor dive-bombed; there would always be many, many, more. It is also important to note that unlike a machine, healing magic works on an Aeon so they would have been almost impossible for the enemy to kill, especially if any of the summoners knew Belgemine's trick of healing all of your Aeons at once.
4th Feb '16 11:09:31 AM thatsnumberwang
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** Its worth noting that whilst the Fayth may be creatures of peace, they are slaves to whoever has summoned them. Spiran Hitler could order Bahamut to MegaFlare a school and he wouldn't be able to do a thing about it. And the fact that Aeons can only be summoned once could actually be a very good reason why Zanarkand lost: They are the ultimate AwesomeButImpractical weapon. No matter how many mechs that Yojimbo cleaved in two, or how much infantry Valefor dive-bombed; there would always be many, many, more. It is also important to note that unlike a machine, healing magic works on an Aeon so they would have been almost impossible for the enemy to kill, especially if any of the summoners knew Belgemine's trick of healing all of your Aeons at once.
3rd Feb '16 3:06:24 PM Baithin
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** It's possible that there ''weren't'' Aeons before Sin. Perhaps all the Summoners of Zanarkand summoned fiends to fight (on a smaller scale, since there were summoners who fought on the front lines of battle against Bevelle) just like the Guado guardians who pursue you after killing Seymour. This fell out of practice because of Yevon.


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** It's also possible that Yuna explicitly told everyone to keep him in the dark, because she didn't want to bring him down and he kept bringing smiles to her pilgrimage and talking about the future, which she liked. She implies as much when Tidus watches her sphere.
14th Jan '16 7:56:21 AM MrDeath
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\n** Jecht came from the same Dream Zanarkand as Tidus did. He's his biological father.

13th Jan '16 6:03:01 PM kaelang12
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* This might seem like a stupid question, but how are Jecht and Tidus even related if Tidus wasn't real? Was he adopted or something?




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