->“These days people forget to heal themselves”[sic]
-->[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV Rosa]].

->“Get away from my garden!”
-->[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII Fran]].

->“Have you found Gollum yet?”
-->[[LordOfTheRings Frodo]].\\\\\\

''[[http://alastairjohnjack.com/final_vision.html Final Vision]]'' is a {{freeware}} [[PlatformGame platforming]] {{RPG}} based upon multiple games in the ''FinalFantasy'' series. The PlayerCharacter is King of Sasune. To kick-start the story, he is kidnapped by a group of rebels, who lock him inside a dungeon for interrogation by their leader; thankfully, he escapes with minimal effort, and is rescued shortly after by one of his knights.

When they return to Castle Sasune, he's informed of the hidden rebel base to the east of their current location. Unfortunately for him, those same rebels just tried to kill him. Again. This time with a bomb on the Airship he was a half-second away from boarding. Having avoided death for the second time, he ventures off to make sure they'll pose a threat no more.

''Final Vision'' utilizes simplistic 2D graphics and old-school music. If you were expecting an epic story about rebellions and royalty, however, you'll be disappointed: there's definitely an ExcusePlot going. Although it seems like it could be a vast, expansive world of ''FinalFantasy'' characters and locations, it's actually fairly short.

There are five classes to choose from, with the option to select one being presented upon your rescue. They are:

'''Fighter''': Utilizes swords and armor, and can [[MagicKnight cast White Magic]]. One of the classes recommended for beginners.\\
'''[[TheRedMage Red Mage]]''': Utilizes rods and robes. This class has a mastery of both White and Black Magics, meaning it can heal itself and thrash enemies with ease.\\
'''Summoner''': Rods and robs. Think [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV Rydia]], as far as its powers. Or just, you know, ''read what the class is called.''\\
'''Dragoon''': Spears and armor. Allows you to jump higher than normal (see CharacterSelectForcing) and attack in mid-air, which other classes cannot do. The other class that's good for new players.\\
'''None''': Swords, armor, and nothing else. Meant for those that like more of a challenge.\\
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!!Tropes used in ''Final Vision'':

* {{Always Check Behind the Chair}}: only once, when you have to escape the rebel prison.
* AbsurdlyHighLevelCap: In comparison to the standard FinalFantasy cap of 99, most certainly. You can go well over level 100 with [[PeninsulaOfPowerLeveling minimal]] [[LevelGrinding effort]].
* [[AnAdventurerIsYou An Adventurer is Our King]]
* [[AntiClimaxBoss Anti-Climax Boss]]: both bosses are pretty pitiful if they're bombarded with summons like Leviathan.
* CharacterSelectForcing: The only way to get the uppermost treasure chest in the rebel hideout is by playing as a Dragoon.
* TheCameo: {{Sonic the Hedgehog}}; he tells you how great Narshe is for earning experience and money. There's also Frodo, who is in Garland.
* EarWorm: If you can't call the music outright [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome awesome]], it's at least catchy.
* ExperiencePoints
* FantasyCharacterClasses
* FridgeLogic: If anyone can pilot an Airship, why do you have to go and get it yourself, when you're the king?
* [[GameBreakingBug Game-Breaking Bug]]: After winning the game, the knight west of Castle Sasune will resume acting like you haven't beaten Dead Rebel yet. The only way to pass him is with your Airship.
* GlobalAirship: In classic FinalFantasy fashion. There are only a few plateaus it can't get over, and you can just leap from the ship to reach them.
* GoodBadBugs:
** If an enemy attack tries to poison you while you're already poisoned, you're actually ''cured'' of the malady instead. The Armur sewer's GrimyWater doesn't function this way, however.
** After defeating the FinalBoss, go back to [[spoiler:Dead Rebel]]'s BossRoom. His dialogue will play again, despite him not actually being there, or engaging you in a second fight. [[spoiler:[[HilariousInHindsight Gives new meaning to his name, huh?]]]]
* GrimyWater: the Armur sewer.
* {{Healing Potion}}s: Potion, Hi-Potion, Ether, and Elixir.
* LevelGrinding: You're actively encouraged to do so, even if the {{Boss Battle}}s are incredibly easy regardless.
* MagicAntidote: Remedy.
* MagicKnight
* MutuallyExclusiveMagic
* {{Peninsula of Power Leveling}}: Narshe, which can only be accessed by [[spoiler:flying as far to the left as possible.]]
* PinataEnemy: the above {{Peninsula of Power Leveling}} is ''comprised'' of them.
* TheRedMage: one of the classes.
* {{Retraux}}
* {{Royals Who Actually do Something}}: the PlayerCharacter, actually.
* SummonMagic: utilized by the Summoner class.
* {{Trauma Inn}}s, which charge 2–8 Gil. In a game where, by the point you actually need to use an inn, you're smashing enemies that drop upward of 30 Gil in one go.