History TearJerker / FinalFantasyIV

20th Jul '16 6:00:28 PM SoS
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** This deserves special mention - interacting with them causes the inventory to open, causing all sorts of speculation about how they can be saved, but there is nothing that can be done.
29th Mar '15 10:14:24 PM RAMChYLD
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'' has plenty of moments, especially when [[spoiler: Porom and Palom, two child-wizards, turned themselves to stone to save their allies from being crushed by the walls of a collapsing room.]] Even though we get some good news about them during a later boss fight, that moment is still a heartbreaker. Made even worse when you remember [[spoiler: they're only ''five years old'']].

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'' has plenty of moments, especially when [[spoiler: Porom and Palom, two child-wizards, turned themselves to stone to save their allies from being crushed by the walls of a collapsing room.]] Even though we get some good news about them during a later boss fight, that moment is still a heartbreaker. Made even worse when you remember [[spoiler: they're only ''five years old'']]. It is probably because of this that [=FWAKs=] regarding the ability to depetrify them appeared.



* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better by the end of the game, but you didn't know that at the time. Those who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.

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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better by the end of the game, but you didn't know that at the time. Those who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.
29th Mar '15 10:10:24 PM RAMChYLD
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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. Those who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.

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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better, better by the end of the game, but you didn't know that at the time. Those who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.
29th Mar '15 10:09:56 PM RAMChYLD
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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. The people who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.

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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. The people Those who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.
29th Mar '15 10:08:30 PM RAMChYLD
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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. The people who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.

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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. The people who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.
29th Mar '15 10:08:00 PM RAMChYLD
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* Palom and Porom petrifying themselves to save the party. The people who liked them bawled uncontrollably. Those who didn't like them still shed a tear for their selfless sacrifice. Sure, they do eventually get better, but you didn't know that at the time. This led to an uprise of FWAK entries saying that it's possible to unpetrify them.
23rd Feb '15 4:11:53 PM DecafGrub47393
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[[caption-width-right:240:He's the only one who stays dead.]]
19th Oct '14 12:47:26 PM culturalrebel
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** Just before this scene, [[spoiler: KluYa]] is seen chastising his son for not being diligent with his magic studies, not even mastering a basic spell like Cure. So on top of failing to revive his father, Theodor was also burdened with the fact that if he'd just ''listened'' to his father, he could have saved him.
23rd Sep '14 7:31:46 AM DrakeClawfang
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** Tellah's very backstory; he wants revenge on Golbez for killing Anna and is seeking a DangerousForbiddenTechnique to do it, aware that trying to cast Meteor will drain his life force because at his age he's too weak to survive the strain. And he doesn't care. As far as the game implies, Tellah has no other family anymore, which is likely why he was so against Anna eloping with Edward, he didn't want to lose his only family. And now that she's gone, he feels he has nothing to live for anymore so he might as well spend his life performing a HeroicSacrifice to get vengeance for her.
5th Jul '14 7:03:40 PM coppertop
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** The fact that [[spoiler: two brothers are forced to be enemies]] by now fault of their own is very sad itself. [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Golbez]]]], really, was just as much a victim as everyone else because he was used by Zemus and ''is'' in fact a good person, and the fact is everyone has good and bad inside them.

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** The fact that [[spoiler: two brothers are forced to be enemies]] by now no fault of their own is very sad itself. [[spoiler:[[TragicVillain Golbez]]]], really, was just as much a victim as everyone else because he was used by Zemus and ''is'' in fact a good person, and the fact is everyone has good and bad inside them.
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