History NightmareFuel / FinalFantasyIX

25th Feb '16 4:37:04 PM KingDamn
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* People say that [=FF9=] is one of the [[LighterAndSofter cheerier games in the tone]] for the series, but, [[FridgeHorror when you think about it long enough]], you realize that's it's not true. Through the events of the game, you will witness the deaths of ''millions'' through war and genocide. The entire summoner race is immolated to death by a giant death ray. Both Burmecia and Cleyra are destroyed, nearly wiping out the rat people. Thousands die in the attacks on both Lindblum and Alexandria. Kuja kills all the sleeping Terrans by blasting everything to hell. And god knows how many died thinks to the introduction of the Mist. Garland planned to kill every living person on Gaia and he did ''a very goddamn good job''. In short, IX probably has the highest body count of any Final Fantasy game to date - and that's just the deaths we ''see''!

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* People say that [=FF9=] is one of the [[LighterAndSofter cheerier games in the tone]] for the series, but, [[FridgeHorror when you think about it long enough]], you realize that's it's not true. Through the events of the game, you will witness the deaths of ''millions'' through war and genocide. The entire summoner race is immolated to death by a giant death ray. Both Burmecia and Cleyra are destroyed, nearly wiping out the rat people. Thousands die in the attacks on both Lindblum and Alexandria. Kuja kills all the sleeping Terrans by blasting everything to hell. And god knows how many died thinks thanks to the introduction of the Mist. Garland planned to kill every living person on Gaia and he did ''a very goddamn good job''. In short, IX probably has the highest body count of any Final Fantasy game to date - and that's just the deaths we ''see''!
29th Jan '16 12:29:57 AM Klavice
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* The music "Far away in the Twilight". It is fucking ''horrifying''. It plays whenever Brahne is involved in the conflict. The most notable instances of it playing are the revelation of the Black Mages in Dali, and the attack on Lindblum in Disc Two by the Alexandrian Army. To make matters worse, it ''never stops playing'' during the visit to the ruined Lindblum. The music comes to a chilling end with a ScareCord at the end, then loops again. If this music was used during the [[spoiler: Kuja absorbing the souls of everyone who died in the world]] then it would make that scene even worse.
3rd Dec '15 1:37:35 PM Kombucha
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* The theme that plays when you get to beat Trance Kuja and meet Necron is disturbing. That sad, mournful tune that played with all that moaning in the background? Creepy as all get-go.

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* The theme [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBx6OwnCex0 theme]] that plays when you get to beat Trance Kuja and meet Necron is disturbing. That sad, mournful tune that played with all that moaning in the background? Creepy as all get-go.
17th Aug '15 5:22:30 PM Vilui
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* The entire mission to stop the mist at the Iifa Tree is greatly disturbing. First your traveling this maze of roots all whilst facing Zombies and sentient trees. Then you have to travel deep within the tree itself in which your riding on this leaf down a green, hellish spiral of which you get attacked by zombie dragons three times. Then you reach the bottom and you land on this harp-like structure with strings of some green liquid running down to a seemingly bottomless pool of green. Then [[spoiler: the boss and the maker of the mist Soul Cage, drops down, explains it's behind the mist and that the mist itself and the green fluid and surroundings of the tree itself is comprised of SOULS. You then have to battle it]]. What makes this worse is that even while you manage to stop the mist now [[spoiler: it'll be back soon enough]].

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* The entire mission to stop the mist at the Iifa Tree is greatly disturbing. First your traveling this maze of roots all whilst facing Zombies and sentient trees. Then you have to travel deep within the tree itself in which your riding on this leaf down a green, hellish spiral of which you get attacked by zombie dragons three times. Then you reach the bottom and you land on this harp-like structure with strings of some green liquid running down to a seemingly bottomless pool of green. Then [[spoiler: the boss and the maker of the mist Soul Cage, drops down, explains it's behind the mist and that the mist itself and the green fluid and surroundings of the tree itself is comprised composed of SOULS. You then have to battle it]]. What makes this worse is that even while you manage to stop the mist now [[spoiler: it'll be back soon enough]].
23rd Mar '15 2:28:22 PM MrUnderhill
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* Imagine if you walked in on the scene where [[spoiler: Garnet cuts her hair]] but couldn't hear what was going on for context. [[spoiler: The princess goes missing in the middle of an important meeting and no one except Zidane can find her. The two of them are talking and then suddenly she takes a knife and puts it to her neck. This girl has been put through such a TraumaCongaLine from losing her family, friends, and country, that it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to think that she was DrivenToSuicide at that moment. Thank god she was only giving herself an ImportantHaircut, instead.]]
23rd Mar '15 2:25:58 PM MrUnderhill
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* Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as worse than almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: He has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]]

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* Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as worse than almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: He has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]] it!]]
* Imagine if you walked in on the scene where [[spoiler: Garnet cuts her hair]] but couldn't hear what was going on for context. [[spoiler: The princess goes missing in the middle of an important meeting and no one except Zidane can find her. The two of them are talking and then suddenly she takes a knife and puts it to her neck. This girl has been put through such a TraumaCongaLine from losing her family, friends, and country, that it wouldn't be too much of a stretch to think that she was DrivenToSuicide at that moment. Thank god she was only giving herself an ImportantHaircut, instead.]]
19th Jun '14 12:11:29 PM Xocist
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* The entire mission to stop the mist at the Lifa Tree is greatly disturbing. First your traveling this maze of roots all whilst facing Zombies and sentient trees. Then you have to travel deep within the tree itself in which your riding on this leaf down a green, hellish spiral of which you get attacked by zombie dragons three times. Then you reach the bottom and you land on this harp-like structure with strings of some green liquid running down to a seemingly bottomless pool of green. Then [[spoiler: the boss and the maker of the mist Soul Cage, drops down, explains it's behind the mist and that the mist itself and the green fluid and surroundings of the tree itself is comprised of SOULS. You then have to battle it]]. What makes this worse is that even while you manage to stop the mist now [[spoiler: it'll be back soon enough]].

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* The entire mission to stop the mist at the Lifa Iifa Tree is greatly disturbing. First your traveling this maze of roots all whilst facing Zombies and sentient trees. Then you have to travel deep within the tree itself in which your riding on this leaf down a green, hellish spiral of which you get attacked by zombie dragons three times. Then you reach the bottom and you land on this harp-like structure with strings of some green liquid running down to a seemingly bottomless pool of green. Then [[spoiler: the boss and the maker of the mist Soul Cage, drops down, explains it's behind the mist and that the mist itself and the green fluid and surroundings of the tree itself is comprised of SOULS. You then have to battle it]]. What makes this worse is that even while you manage to stop the mist now [[spoiler: it'll be back soon enough]].
16th Jun '14 6:30:40 PM TVRulezAgain
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* Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as a {{Complete Monster}} beyond almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: Basically he has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]]

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* Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as a {{Complete Monster}} beyond worse than almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: Basically he He has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]]
15th Jun '14 9:20:40 AM Orphalesion
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Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as a {{Complete Monster}} beyond almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: Basically he has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]]

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\nDepending *Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as a {{Complete Monster}} beyond almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: Basically he has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]]
15th Jun '14 7:56:57 AM Orphalesion
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Depending on your personal philosophy Kuja can be seen as a {{Complete Monster}} beyond almost every other Final Fantasy {{Big Bad}} because of one [[MoralEventHorizon extremely heinous act]] we learn he committed in Terra: [[spoiler: Basically he has committed a massive {{Your Soul is Mine}} on thousands upon thousands of souls previously trapped in the Invincible. Those souls include Queen Brahne and possibly Garnet's real mother and father and it is implied he has ticked them into "becoming his energy" voluntarily. He destroyed people's souls and got away with it!]]
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