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28th Jul '17 5:59:44 AM zacheus
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*Bismark might be a better candidate. In fact, turns out Bismark bears an incredible resemblence to Sin in Final Fantasy XIV, so I'm happy to headcanon this one myself. As a side note, his enormous maw and gravity spells also point to Atomos.
29th Jun '17 2:06:48 PM totoofze47
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[[WMG: There will be a ''Final Fantasy X-3'' sometime in the future.]]
As it stands, ''Final Fantasy X - Will'' undoes basically the entire point of, and the heroes' efforts and sacrifices in, the first two games, and Square Enix has no intention of making ''X-3''. But what if they change their minds? A sequel that not only undoes the bad things ''Will'' created but also ''expands'' on certain things from the past two games would be awesome. It could give us a chance to actually see what Yu Yevon was like as a human, and expand on a lot of characters and places, while potentially giving the story a ''permanent'' happy ending this time; by making Tidus and Yuna reconcile, their bond could be stronger than ever, and Sin could be defeated forever.
29th May '16 8:35:49 PM Willbyr
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[[WMG: Auron is from the [[{{Naruto}} Aburame Clan]] ]]

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[[WMG: Auron is from the [[{{Naruto}} [[Franchise/{{Naruto}} Aburame Clan]] ]]
21st May '16 9:48:02 PM nombretomado
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* Confirmed. The PS3 release will have X and X-2 on one disc, and the Vita release will offer each game separately. Both versions will include the International editions of each game.

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* Confirmed. The PS3 [=PS3=] release will have X and X-2 on one disc, and the Vita release will offer each game separately. Both versions will include the International editions of each game.
7th May '16 9:57:57 AM M84
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That's why every time he possesses a Final Aeon he turns it into a SpaceWhale.

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But its Fayth was destroyed during the war between Zanarkand and Bevelle. That's why every time he possesses a Final Aeon he turns it into a SpaceWhale.SpaceWhale. Lingering traces of sentimentality compel him to [[ReplacementGoldfish replace Leviathan]].
7th May '16 9:56:19 AM M84
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[[WMG: Leviathan was Yu Yevon's favorite summon]]
That's why every time he possesses a Final Aeon he turns it into a SpaceWhale.
25th Mar '16 9:43:03 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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[[WMG: Machina runs off [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann Spiral Power]].]]

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[[WMG: Machina runs off [[TengenToppaGurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Spiral Power]].]]



[[WMG: Yu Yevon was an [[GurrenLagann Anti-spiral angent]].]]

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[[WMG: Yu Yevon was an [[GurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Anti-spiral angent]].]]
6th Jan '16 6:16:43 AM Technicolourtardis
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* This would make sense, as Baaj is, in fact, not Anima's home temple- she was moved there shortly before the city and temple were destroyed, not long before the game began, it seems. She is also not a Baaj native, she was sent there for her safety by Jyscal. Anima likely doesn't have a temple to call her own, as her Fayth was intended to be used exclusively by Seymour, akin to a Final Aeon. This means the temple in Baaj already existed and was uninhabited when Seymour put Anima there. The fact that a gylph is present for Baaj Temple in Zanarkand means it used to be a spot Summoners always stopped in (unlike Remiem Temple, which was blocked off almost as soon as the Magus Sisters became Fayth, considering Remiem is a lost, pre-war city unaffected by Sin), and Yojimbo was moved from his original temple so Summoners couldn't complete their journey. Removing an Aeon from a pilgrimage spot would possibly do that, so it's very, very likely Baaj was Yojimbo's home long ago.
2nd Oct '15 11:56:21 PM ShinF
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**** Considering that Anima has her own temple despite being a Final Aeon, it could be possible that all of the Aeons we see are the Final Aeons of Summoners who failed to defeat Sin.
2nd Oct '15 10:28:22 PM ShinF
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*** Thinking on it further, it's possible that the emotional link powering the Final Aeon is flexible. As in, perhaps Anima would have been powerful enough to defeat Sin when she was first made into a Fayth, but as Seymour grew more corrupt and evil over time, the bond between them weakened (as shown by the fact that she actively fights against him, even) and caused her to lose power. In regards to the original WMG here regarding the Aeon's power being linked to the Summoner's, we know this to be true because that's how it works in the gameplay. But what if it goes further than that? As we see in both X and X-2, Yuna is very friendly and attached with her Aeons and shares a rather deep bond with them. Perhaps an emotional link is what drives the power behind not just the Final Aeon, but ALL Aeons. The reason why the Final Aeon is so much more powerful than the others is because while a Summoner may share a powerful bond of camaraderie and friendship with their Aeons, it doesn't quite compare to the bond described by Yunalesca: That between parent and child, siblings, or lovers. And this falls in line with the theory that not all Final Summonings are capable of defeating Sin - if a Summoner has Guardians that they're not close to and uses them to achieve the Final Aeon, it can't possibly have the power to fight Sin.

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*** Thinking on it further, it's possible that the emotional link powering the Final Aeon is flexible. As in, perhaps Anima would have been powerful enough to defeat Sin when she was first made into a Fayth, but as Seymour grew more corrupt and evil over time, the bond between them weakened (as shown by the fact that she actively fights against him, even) and caused her to lose power.
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In regards to the original WMG here regarding the Aeon's power being linked to the Summoner's, we know this to be true because that's how it works in the gameplay. But what if it goes further than that? As we see in both X and X-2, Yuna is very friendly and attached with her Aeons and shares a rather deep bond with them.her Aeons. Perhaps an emotional link is what drives the power behind not just the Final Aeon, but ALL Aeons. The reason why the Final Aeon is so much more powerful than the others is because while a Summoner may share a powerful bond of camaraderie and friendship with their Aeons, it doesn't quite compare to the bond described by Yunalesca: That between parent and child, siblings, or lovers. And this falls in line with the theory that not all Final Summonings are capable of defeating Sin - if a Summoner has Guardians that they're not close to and uses them to achieve the Final Aeon, it can't possibly have the power to fight Sin.
**** And this falls in line with the theory that not all Final Summonings are capable of defeating Sin - if a Summoner has Guardians that they're not close to and uses them to achieve the Final Aeon, it can't possibly have the power to win. Yuna's Aeons are capable of doing so even without the Final Summoning because the bond she shares with them is extraordinarily powerful. And perhaps if it were just one or two Aeons she shared this bond with, it wouldn't be enough - but she's close to all of them. None of them are Final Aeon level, but they don't have to be if every single one of them are half-way there or more. Add in the airship and her large number of guardians, and you have a force capable of defeating Sin.
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