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Marche finds himself in another world (Final Fantasy Tactics Advance).

Another world (異世界, Isekai?, lit. Different world) is a recurring story element in the Final Fantasy series, which focuses on transporting the protagonist(s) to a different world where the characters have little to no knowledge about, giving them and the players the feeling of being in an unknown world.


Final Fantasy V[]

Bartz Klauser and friends decide to venture to Galuf's world to defeat Exdeath.

Final Fantasy X[]

Tidus is brought to Spira by Auron, a new world he knows nothing about. He starts learning about Spira, its cultures, and the world's worst enemy, Sin.

Final Fantasy XIV[]

In the Shadowbringers expansion pack, the Warrior of Light is transported to the First, another version of his/her original world.

Lightning and Noctis Lucis Caelum, the protagonists of Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XV respectively, were transported to Hydaelyn before returning to their respective home world.

Final Fantasy Tactics[]

Cloud Strife, the protagonist of Final Fantasy VII, is accidentally summoned by Mustadio Bunansa to Ivalice.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[]

Marche Radiuju is transported to the world of Final Fantasy via the Gran Grimoire.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[]

Similar to the game's predecessor, Luso Clemens is transported to Ivalice with the power of a mysterious grimoire.

Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)[]

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[]

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT[]

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia[]

Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin[]

Final Fantasy Lost Stranger[]

Final Fantasy: Unlimited[]

Wonderland is another world connected to an alternate version of our real world. The beginning of the story has the twins Ai Hayakawa and Yu Hayakawa journey to Wonderland on an Interdimensional Train in search of their parents, researchers of Wonderland who never returned on one of their trips.

The anime was originally planned in two chapters, with the first half mostly set in Wonderland and the second in the real world. Due to financial reasons the anime only animated the first half, while the second half was adapted into other media such as Final Fantasy: Unlimited After.