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edited 29th Apr '16 10:03:05 AM by SeptimusHeap
- Fandom Rivalry: With Final Fantasy VI for which is the "best" of the series, as well as if Kefka or Sephiroth is the greatest villain. This rivalry is carried over into the critical scene as well, some reviewers and critics declare VII the best Final Fantasy title and one of the greatest video games of all time, others say the same of VI.
edited 17th Jun '13 8:31:19 PM by EarlOfSandvich
edited 18th Jun '13 5:06:33 AM by Telcontar
- While not brought up again, the scene was played straight. And to be fair, some of the women who raped him, were being forced to do it or be beaten/killed, which makes them both victims of rape.
- "Baby Cakes" has Mr. Cake explain how he and his wife (both earth ponies) had children who were a pegasus and a unicorn, claiming his own great-great-great-great-grandfather was a unicorn (already sketchy) and that his wife had a pegasus who was her "great aunt's second cousin twice removed;" in other words, not even a blood relative. He even lampshades this by saying "That makes sense, right?"
edited 19th Jun '13 1:35:19 AM by TitaniumDragon
- Girly Bruiser: She is feminine, yes, but she is the strongest of the female party members.
edited 19th Jun '13 12:21:29 PM by PancticeSquadCutterback
edited 19th Jun '13 1:03:20 PM by ACW
edited 19th Jun '13 5:21:51 PM by Sterok
edited 20th Jun '13 1:10:53 AM by EarlOfSandvich
edited 20th Jun '13 4:43:43 PM by Perseus78
- Nay-Theist: Romans 1 declares that existence of God is entirely evident and undeniable and thus all atheists are this.
- Vehicular Turnabout: Naval fights, being of the Wooden Ships and Iron Men type, often use this. Specifically, in Renegades of Gor the river town of Ar's Station use this to supplement their navy. Ar is a land superpower but doesn't have much of a navy, so they fill their holds with infantrymen and swarm their enemy's ships when they get boarded, capturing the ship and then using it against the enemy's other vessels.