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Posted 7/18/08
Alright so everyone who plays Final Fantasy obsessively and does research about every single game should join this discussion. The concept is simple enough, with your post, introduce something about Final Fantasy that not everyone may know or is just interesting.

For instance: "Did you know that Final Fantasy was intended to be Squaresoft's one and only game? The company was doing poorly (financially) and decided to release one game as their last hurrah. It was aptly named FINAL Fantasy because it was to be their last product."

From here, someone can quote and point out factual discrepencies, or add to the fact, or even introduce their own bit of trivia.
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Some would say that Kefka was the first "one winged angel" so to speak. He was also the first one to actually destroy the world.

Oh, and he was one of the few (don't remember) that wasn't a powerful character at the beginning at the game, he was just a orphan, then soldier, then crazed mage, and after a bit, became the god of magic.
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Posted 7/21/08

Runekn wrote:

Some would say that Kefka was the first "one winged angel" so to speak. He was also the first one to actually destroy the world.

Oh, and he was one of the few (don't remember) that wasn't a powerful character at the beginning at the game, he was just a orphan, then soldier, then crazed mage, and after a bit, became the god of magic.


Nice. Perfect example. I'd also like to add that his family name is Palazzo, so it's Kefka Palazzo.
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Alright, I guess I'll try to keep this discussion alive. Here's my random fact:

Final Fantasy II and X are the only games in the main series to not use an EXP system thus far. In Final Fantasy II, characters became stronger by using certain battle options more frequently (i.e.: more physical attacks increased Str while taking hits increased HP and Def). In Final Fantasy X, characters moved along the Sphere Grid and activated statistic nodes to become more powerful.
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