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11th Mar '17 11:54:04 AM MightyKombat
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* The Warrior of Light's FireIceLightning "Fang" magic attacks are named after items that cast elemental magic. If you look closely when he attacks with them, you can see he's actually throwing an item into the air, not casting the spell himself.

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* The Warrior of Light's FireIceLightning "Fang" magic attacks are named after the items that cast elemental magic.magic that were added in the remakes. If you look closely when he attacks with them, you can see he's actually throwing an item into the air, not casting the spell himself.



*** These items were only added to Final Fantasy in the remakes, however.



* In the cutscene before the second Garland battle in the Warrior's chapter, he briefly assumes a pose used in one of Amano's concept pieces of the Knight.

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* In the cutscene before the second Garland battle in the Warrior's chapter, chapter as well as briefly during his EX Burst, he briefly assumes a pose used in one of Amano's concept pieces of the Knight.



* Firion has a trademark pose, appearing in the most well-known concept art of him -- he holds his arm out, sword horizontal in front of his face. This appears twice in ''Dissidia'' -- in a cutscene, from the same angle, right before he fights The Emperor, and as the very end of his match-start animation, before he sheaths the sword, though this one is harder to notice due to the angle of viewing being different than the art piece.

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* Firion has a trademark pose, appearing in the most well-known concept art of him -- as well as the original Famicom boxart of ''II''-- he holds his arm out, sword horizontal in front of his face. This appears twice in ''Dissidia'' -- in a cutscene, from the same angle, right before he fights The Emperor, and as the very end of his match-start animation, before he sheaths the sword, though this one is harder to notice due to the angle of viewing being different than the art piece.



* The Emperor's "Silver Despot" alternate costume in ''Duodecim''' is based off of his appearance from the opening FMV of the second game's ''Final Fantasy Origins'' CompilationRerelease.

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* The Emperor's "Silver Despot" "Violet Robe" alternate costume in ''Duodecim''' is based off of his appearance from the opening FMV of the second game's ''Final Fantasy Origins'' CompilationRerelease.




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* If the inputs for Golbez's EX Burst are performed at very specific frames, his Shadow Dragon will shout (via text box) "Give your power to Meteor!" to which Golbez will reply with "Very well!" ("Iidesutomo!" in the Japanese version,) inreference to his and Fusoya's battle against Zemus, as well as a popular meme in the Japanese FF community.


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* When starting his EX Burst, Exdeath briefly adopts a pose similar to his second, monstrous tree form.
2nd Mar '17 3:15:33 PM MightyKombat
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* In his EX Mode, Chaos' colour scheme changes to a yellow hue resembling his original ''FinalFantasyI'''s sprite colour.



* Garland's "Discord Incarnate" alt in ''Duodecim''' is based off of [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/File:The_Cloudsea_Djinn.jpg an obscure piece of artwork of a demon called the "Cloudsea Djinn"]], confirming that it and Garland are one and the same.




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* One of The Emperor's exclusive weapons is called "Mateus' Malice", referencing his real name in the Japan-only novelization, ''Final Fantasy II: Labyrinth of Nightmares.''
* The Emperor's "Silver Despot" alternate costume in ''Duodecim''' is based off of his appearance from the opening FMV of the second game's ''Final Fantasy Origins'' CompilationRerelease.
23rd Jan '17 12:08:47 AM Pyre
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* The Warrior of Light vows to break the cycle everyone's trapped in and save Garland too. According to the end of Final Fantasy I, he makes good on that promise.
16th Jan '17 6:25:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* When the [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/File:Warrior_light_vs_garland.jpg Warrior of Light leaps at Garland]] at the end of his Destiny Odyssey, the poses may have been taken from [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/File:Garland_Nintendo_Power.jpg this piece]] of NintendoPower artwork.

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* When the [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/File:Warrior_light_vs_garland.jpg Warrior of Light leaps at Garland]] at the end of his Destiny Odyssey, the poses may have been taken from [[http://finalfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/File:Garland_Nintendo_Power.jpg this piece]] of NintendoPower Magazine/NintendoPower artwork.
25th Dec '16 9:54:33 AM ADrago
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* Gilgamesh's weapon arsenal is made up of weapons he has or could have collected -- the Excalibur, Excalipoor, Masamune, and Zantetsuken are his summon attacks, the Chicken Knife was in his original game [[labelnote:and there's more to that]]The player can only get the Brave Blade or the Chicken Knife; the other is LostForever. Since apparently Bartz took the Brave Blade, that left the Chicken Knife behind and presumably Gilgamesh got ahold of it somehow[[/labelnote]], the Genji Katana of course refers to his trademark Genji equipment, and the Naginata and Battle Axe are weapons his sprites are holding.

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* Gilgamesh's weapon arsenal is made up of weapons he has or could have collected -- the Excalibur, Excalipoor, Masamune, and Zantetsuken are his summon attacks, the Chicken Knife was in his original game [[labelnote:and there's more to that]]The player can only get the Brave Blade or the Chicken Knife; the other is LostForever.{{Permanently Missable|Content}}. Since apparently Bartz took the Brave Blade, that left the Chicken Knife behind and presumably Gilgamesh got ahold of it somehow[[/labelnote]], the Genji Katana of course refers to his trademark Genji equipment, and the Naginata and Battle Axe are weapons his sprites are holding.
28th Oct '16 6:47:35 PM Troper64
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* The pose Kefka takes on at the end of his (imperfect) EX Burst is the same one he had at the final battle of the original game.
7th Feb '16 12:07:25 PM Taxima
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* When using the Megaflare HP attack, Yuna spins her staff over her head. This reflects the gold wheel behind a fully summoned Bahamut that would spin to charge up Bahamut's Megaflare in X proper.
6th Dec '15 5:58:18 PM Josef5678
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** If you look even closer, he's pulling the items from [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything the pouch on his left hip]].

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** If you look even closer, he's pulling the items from [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything the pouch on his left hip]].hip.
2nd Sep '15 6:21:43 PM MagBas
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* The Emperor's perfect EX Burst, Entice, is a reference to the Lamia Queen boss, who uses the same skill to... [[NeverLiveItDown seduce]] and [[StandardStatusEffects confuse]] Firion. [[UnfortunateImplications Um...]]

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* The Emperor's perfect EX Burst, Entice, is a reference to the Lamia Queen boss, who uses the same skill to... [[NeverLiveItDown seduce]] and [[StandardStatusEffects confuse]] Firion. [[UnfortunateImplications Um...]]
5th Jun '15 12:45:31 PM StFan
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* When Cloud returns to his world at the end of ''Dissidia'', he's seen in a field of yellow flowers. This is the scenery used when he thinks of Aerith in ''Film/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''.

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* When Cloud returns to his world at the end of ''Dissidia'', he's seen in a field of yellow flowers. This is the scenery used when he thinks of Aerith in ''Film/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''.''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren''.
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