History WMG / FinalFantasy

13th Aug '16 6:41:31 PM nombretomado
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The Square-Enix fusion fused the CrossoverCosmology as well. Zenith Bahamut has tried setting up up a society from time to time in different worlds; [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyI dragons]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV Eidolons]], [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Zenithians]], etc. He's a tad xenophobic, but ultimately a good guy. Lord Grand Dragon mostly tests heroes in the BonusDungeon, but he did help Cid of the Lufaine in ''DissidiaFinalFantasy''.

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The Square-Enix fusion fused the CrossoverCosmology as well. Zenith Bahamut has tried setting up up a society from time to time in different worlds; [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyI dragons]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV Eidolons]], [[VideoGame/DragonQuestIV Zenithians]], etc. He's a tad xenophobic, but ultimately a good guy. Lord Grand Dragon mostly tests heroes in the BonusDungeon, but he did help Cid of the Lufaine in ''DissidiaFinalFantasy''.
''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy''.



* ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' appeared to actually confirm this in the first trailer, all but confirming that the abnormal events of bringing together heroes and villains from the first ten incarnations of the world in this game is essentially Chaos trying to stop the cycle between the twelfth and thirteenth incarnations, and Cosmos being forced to act abnormally to continue it. Speaking of which...

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* ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' appeared to actually confirm this in the first trailer, all but confirming that the abnormal events of bringing together heroes and villains from the first ten incarnations of the world in this game is essentially Chaos trying to stop the cycle between the twelfth and thirteenth incarnations, and Cosmos being forced to act abnormally to continue it. Speaking of which...



* [[DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia]] is fan-fiction. Even moreso than it is now.

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* [[DissidiaFinalFantasy [[VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy Dissidia]] is fan-fiction. Even moreso than it is now.



* First of all, this is [[ActorAllusion Self-explanatory]] since his appearance in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', but JohnDiMaggio's absence as of FinalFantasyDissidia perplexes me. Now, onto business - the main reason he's here in the first place because ExDeath was the one to summon him first as an indestructible henchman. One bump in the continuum later, Bender loses his memories on his way, and ExDeath dubs him something or other. (To be continued)

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* First of all, this is [[ActorAllusion Self-explanatory]] since his appearance in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', but JohnDiMaggio's absence as of FinalFantasyDissidia ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' perplexes me. Now, onto business - the main reason he's here in the first place because ExDeath was the one to summon him first as an indestructible henchman. One bump in the continuum later, Bender loses his memories on his way, and ExDeath dubs him something or other. (To be continued)
28th May '16 9:59:21 PM nombretomado
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* What I mean, is that it will be a downloadable 2D game to [[NostalgiaFilter please the old school fans.]] It will have 16-Bit graphics, PS1-style FMVs, and the occasional voice acting.

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* What I mean, is that it will be a downloadable 2D game to [[NostalgiaFilter please the old school fans.]] It will have 16-Bit graphics, PS1-style [=PS1=]-style FMVs, and the occasional voice acting.
4th May '16 9:20:27 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: DavidBowie is Chaos.]]

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[[WMG: DavidBowie Music/DavidBowie is Chaos.]]
1st Mar '16 9:40:49 AM DarkastKiller
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[[WMG: Bravely Default and FF V take place in the same world but at different times.]]
To prove this turn either world map upside down, it's the same, right down to crystal locations, minus some very possible continental shifts, Crescent island even still has the ancient civilization under it in the form of a bonus dungeon, it could very well be that DeRosso and Yulyanna found out about crystals regenerating upon reading texts talking about the events of FF V, and they're the only two games where you get a vehicle that doubles as a dungeon.
10th Jan '16 6:37:08 PM leafeon
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* However, in the FF 'verse, humans never came from earth. We don't know where they came from, but eventually they spread out amongst the stars through either magic, science, or some combination thereof.
** Dissidia seems to joss this, indicating that all the worlds are in different universes connected thanks to the [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIII Void]].

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* However, in the FF 'verse, humans never came from earth. We don't know where they came from, but eventually they spread out amongst the stars through either magic, science, or some combination thereof.
** * Dissidia seems to joss this, indicating that all the worlds are in different universes connected thanks to the [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIII Void]].



* What happens is when a character or an event happens to royally screw up the space time continuom, they create a rip in the fabric of existence and make the next game have more insane and bizarre plots and characters.

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* What happens is when a character or an event happens to royally screw up the space time continuom, they create a rip in the fabric of existence and make the next game have more insane and bizarre plots and characters.



* First, Gilgamesh learned how to jump between the FF worlds after being banished into the Void (and Famed Mimic Gogo mimed this ability, allowing him/her/it to go into the FFVI world). Then, he went looking for Excalibur in the FFII world after the Emperor was defeated, but he couldn't find it because Firion and co. already took it from Ricard's widow. So instead, he brought his kid, Kain and Leon to the FFIV world and dropped them off there, which makes sense because the FFII Kain said he wanted to become a Dragoon, and the King of Fabul said that Deathbringer was left there by a Dark Knight named Leonhart.

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* First, Gilgamesh learned how to jump between the FF worlds after being banished into the Void (and Famed Mimic Gogo mimed this ability, allowing him/her/it to go into the FFVI world). Then, he went looking for Excalibur in the FFII world after the Emperor was defeated, but he couldn't find it because Firion and co. already took it from Ricard's widow. So instead, he brought his kid, Kain and Leon to the FFIV world and dropped them off there, which makes sense because the FFII Kain said he wanted to become a Dragoon, and the King of Fabul said that Deathbringer was left there by a Dark Knight named Leonhart.
6th Apr '15 10:16:05 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The Blue Planet is [[DragonridersOfPern Pern]]]]

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[[WMG: The Blue Planet is [[DragonridersOfPern [[Literature/DragonridersOfPern Pern]]]]
16th Mar '15 10:05:14 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Gilgamesh]] is secretly [[{{Futurama}} Bender]] in disguise, with some amnesia.]]

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[[WMG: [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Gilgamesh]] is secretly [[{{Futurama}} [[{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}} Bender]] in disguise, with some amnesia.]]
4th Mar '15 11:19:18 PM NintendoOFHyrule
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**** VideoGame/FinalFantasyDimensions was an episodic game made during 2010-2012 and was made for NTT DoCoMo, iOS and Android, it is also a throwback to VideoGame/FinalFantasyV.
4th Nov '14 3:02:45 PM Nazo
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[[WMG: About Shinryu and Omega, and why the later is a tragic anti-villain]]
We know that Omega is a gigantic killer robot (who may or may not be connected to warMECH) who was created by an ancient civilization (Onrac?) to find and destroy Shinryu. As Shinryu can travel between dimensions, it's asumed that Omega can chase him through the Void. I propose another way to look at it:

In all the games where Shinryu and Omega appear toguether, the first one you kill canonically is Shinryu. When you "kill" him, he actually opens up a portal in space and time and escapes to the Rift. Let's asume it, a incredibly powerful and immortal dragon can't be defeated by mere humans. So what does Omega do when he finds that his enemy has escaped again? First, he tracks down those who has defeated him (your party) and unleashes its rage against you, because you basically sent Shinryu to ''another'' dimension.

You always think you've defeated it (Omega), but it doesn't matter if you win or lose, as the outcome is always the same: Omega creates a copy of himself (like a baby-omega), and then it destroys itself, and with the energy created from the explosion it opens a portal in the Rift and sends the copy through the it. Then, the new Omega adaptes itself ad changes a little bit, so it slowly evolves til he is ready to kill Shinryu. You know tha room ful of Omegas in FF V Advance? I think that was a strategy. It commited suicide several times, so he could keep changing till he would adopt a new form.

But all of this is useless, because you are always there, fighting Shinryu despite the fact that you can't really kill him, and making Omega's quest harder in the process. Now, picture this: what if Omega only acts that way because of its programing? Maybe it's able to think and feel, but he must destroy Shinryu because that's what he was created to. Put it this way: imagine that, every time it destroys itself, Omega feels a pain that can't be described with words, and every verson of Omega share memories with the last one. When it finds you, it viciously tries to kill you because, somehow, you always manage yourself to arrive to Shinryu before it and prolongue its paint a little bit longer.

Also, there is absolutly no evidence for any of this. Hey, I guess that's why they call them "Wild mass guessings"
27th Sep '14 11:45:18 AM MLDKF
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[[WMG: Final Fantasy II is a re-telling of Star Wars episodes IV-VI, but with some creative licensing]]
Think about it: The story involves a Princess (Leia/Hilda) who leads a group of rebels against an evil emperor (Palpatine/Mateus) who also has an incredibly powerful knight dressed in dark colors (Vader/[[spoiler: Leon]] who has some family relation ([[spoiler: Father/brother]]) to our main hero (Luke/Firion) and later joins their side against the emperor. Both our main hero and our villain use swords (Lightsabers/Standard Swords), and the empire creates a mobile super weapon (Death Star/Dreadnought) while already in control of a large group of foot soldiers (Storm Troopers/Black Knights). Among the band of rebels include a devilishly-handsome rogue (Han Solo/Paul), a coward who still tries to help the rebels as best as he can (C-3PO/Gordon), a large, strong assistant who can't or barely speak English (Chewbaca/Guy), and a bad-ass old guy who helps with the rebellion and [[spoiler: later on, sacrifices themselves so that the rebels may live]] (Obi-Wan/Josef).
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