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YMMV: Final Fantasy Dimensions
  • Alternate Character Interpretation: Did Baugauven know that Elgo was his Emperor in the middle of a scheme, or was he serious about killing some random red mage?
  • Cargo Ship: Nacht/Graham.
  • Complacent Gaming Syndrome: Expects most of the players online to use Dark Knight Nacht, Magus Alba, and Seer Dusk for endgame party. The other two party members tend to vary, but Paladin Aigis and Dragoon Sol seem to be used the most.
    • To be fair, the story and their stats modifier sort of encourages one to make Nacht, Alba, and Dusk as such classes. So there's a reason for that.
  • Disc One Nuke:
    • For Warriors of Light, Boost Jump (Enrage + Jump). It only requires Warrior level 7 and can be obtained as soon as Dragoon is unlocked.
    • As for Warriors of Darkness, Smash (Lotus Strike + Precise Shot). Level up a Monk until level 4, job change to a Ranger, and use either abilities.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse: A portion of the fanbase has latched onto Barbara. Let's count the possible reasons — Dragoon (which are always popular), Action Girl (only the third time these two have been combined), Stripperific, redhead (again, one of the few with Refia and Cissnei), and she has the advantage of her tale being the first of the game to be announced, so she got much more exposure and attention than subsequent characters.
  • Fan-Preferred Couple: Many favor Sol/Sarah more than Sol/Diana (the Ship Tease during Memorist's Tale probably helps). Nacht/Diana is surprisingly popular, especially for those who also ship Glaive/Alba.
  • Game Breaker: The Fusion Ability gives you many techniques to try them out on bosses. Notable examples including Hastega, Mighty Wall, White Wind, Final Heaven, and Midareyuki.
    • A Jobless with Recollect who Doublehand the strongest weapon can dish out a pretty nasty physical damage.
  • Ho Yay:
    • Vata seems to enjoy teasing Sol a bit too much...
      • And Sol is always the first who notices Vata's presence in every single of their encounters.
      • Not to mention Sol is very desperate when the party is forced to kill Vata.
      • When Diana asks Sol why does he keep moving forward, he answers that he can't let down everyone, especially his mother...and Vata. He doesn't mention anyone else's name. Diana is surprised when she hears this, and tells Sol to forget their conversation.
    • Sigurd and Graham. Makes you wonder why Graham chose to inhabit Sigurd's armor of all things.
    • Many have misinterpret Aigis and Dusk's conversation in Ashmonte (he just wants to clarify Dusk's allegiance) as...something else.
  • No Export for You: Averted, surprisingly for Square Enix, considering the company, as mentioned in the opening paragraph, had Final Fantasy IV: The After Years and Kingdom Hearts Coded Remade for the Export instead of releasing the actual games worldwide; on the other hand, this game is actually going to see an actual release as a mobile phone game.
  • That One Boss: Hecatoncheir from Dark Knight's Tale has caused frustration for many. It can heal itself, cause a massive AOE damage with Quake, and attack up to three times in a row.

alternative title(s): Final Fantasy Legends
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