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{{Quote|You see, there are any number of unpleasant jobs in this world that are necessary to our progress as a nation. Some might criticize this work as 'immoral' or 'dirty,' but someone has to do it, darling. And that's why I've come to you. I trust you twelve implicitly—and I'm sure that you would be more than willing to do a favor to your dear mother, no? Of course, you are not obligated to undertake these covert operations. The choice is yours whether you join the 'official' sortie or assist Intel. I trust you darlings will make the right decision. Now go out there and make your mother proud.|[[Arecia Al-Rashia]]}}
 
{{Quote|You see, there are any number of unpleasant jobs in this world that are necessary to our progress as a nation. Some might criticize this work as 'immoral' or 'dirty,' but someone has to do it, darling. And that's why I've come to you. I trust you twelve implicitly—and I'm sure that you would be more than willing to do a favor to your dear mother, no? Of course, you are not obligated to undertake these covert operations. The choice is yours whether you join the 'official' sortie or assist Intel. I trust you darlings will make the right decision. Now go out there and make your mother proud.|[[Arecia Al-Rashia]]}}
'''Code Crimson''' is a [[Missions (Type-0)|mission]] classification in ''[[Final Fantasy Type-0]]'' unlocked in a [[New Game Plus]] playthrough. When playing through the main story, Code Crimson missions can be substituted for the last mission of each [[chapter]]. Code Crimson missions are never [[Regional Dominance|regional dominance]] missions. When the player gets near the site of the mission, or talks to the person starting it, they will be provided a choice whether to do the original mission or an alternate one: the Code Crimson mission.
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'''Code Crimson''' is a [[Missions (Type-0)|mission]] classification in ''[[Final Fantasy Type-0]]'' unlocked in a [[New Game Plus]] playthrough; they always have a higher experience cap than the primary missions or standard missions beyond [[Expert Trial]]. These missions provide an alternate option to the closing primary mission of each [[Chapter#Final Fantasy Type-0|chapter]].
   
In Chapter 2, when meeting [[Arecia Al-Rashia|Arecia]] outside Classroom Zero, she explains these covert operations are handled by [[Akademeia]]'s own Intel Section Four.
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==Content==
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When playing through the main story, Code Crimson missions can be substituted for the last mission of each [[chapter]]. Code Crimson missions are never [[Regional Dominance|regional dominance]] missions. When the player gets near the site of the mission, or talks to the person starting it, they will be provided a choice whether to do the original mission or an alternate one: the Code Crimson mission.
On all playthroughs, the [[Vermilion Bird Crystal]]'s offer to become a [[l'Cie]] is presented in the same manner as Code Crimson missions. Accepting the offer leads to an [[unwinnable battle]] with endless [[Rursus]] and thus directly to the [[Multiple endings|bad ending]].
 
   
 
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==Plot==
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Covert operations within [[Akademeia]] are first presented to [[Class Zero]] by their "mother" [[Arecia Al-Rashia]]. She tells them they are handled by Intel Section Four. While in the context of gameplay Class Zero takes no part in Code Crimson missions, in terms of plot any cadets not involved in the main mission take part in Code Crimson objectives; they also reveal key details about the world, the war, and the measures taken by the [[Dominion of Rubrum]] to achieve victory.
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[[File:King-Moglin-Type0-HD.png|thumb|left|King has Moglin verify the queastor.]]
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The first Code Crimson at [[Togoreth]] sees Class Zero cadets first infiltrating to rescue civilians, only to find them killed due to the Militesi policy of never taking prisoners due to their own low food reserves. They are then told to retrieve classified documents on [[phantoma]], activating the Guardians in the process and causing issues for their own forces. Class Zero then eliminates all witnesses, including Rubrum soldiers and scientists, aside from phantoma researchers.
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The next two Code Crimson missions see Class Zero first infiltrating a supply depot fuelling the production of magitek in [[Ingram]], then ostensibly helping Milites soldiers with rogue monsters while collecting intel for Akademia. The fourth mission sees Class Zero infiltrate Concordian's military command on the border, sabotaging to allow the Dominion easy passage. In the fifth, they are tasked with backing up a expendable ragtag group of cadets brought in by Akademia to ensure the summoning of Alexander by the [[l'Cie]] [[Caetuna]] succeeds.
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The final mission takes place during Class Zero's final battle with [[Qator Bashtar]]. [[Machina Kunagiri]], now a l'Cie of the [[White Tiger Crystal]], guides [[Tiz (Type-0)|Tiz]] and [[Joker (Type-0)|Joker]] to Marshal [[Cid Aulstyne]]. Along the way, he fights [[Gilgamesh (character)#Final Fantasy Type-0|Gilgamesh]], revealing the latter's past as the king of the [[Lorican Alliance]]. Once the Dominion dominates Orience, [[Tempus Finis]] is invoked and the [[Rursan Reaver|Rursus]] appear to devastate the land. During the chaos, traitors within Akademia leak details of the Code Crimson missions. This turns many cadets against Class Zero, who they blame for the arrival of Tempus Finis.
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On all playthroughs, the [[Vermilion Bird Crystal]]'s offer to become a [[l'Cie]] is presented in the same manner as Code Crimson missions. Accepting the offer leads to an [[unwinnable battle]] with endless [[Rursus]] and thus directly to the [[Multiple endings|bad ending]].
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The player is given a choice to do a Code Crimson mission.

You see, there are any number of unpleasant jobs in this world that are necessary to our progress as a nation. Some might criticize this work as 'immoral' or 'dirty,' but someone has to do it, darling. And that's why I've come to you. I trust you twelve implicitly—and I'm sure that you would be more than willing to do a favor to your dear mother, no? Of course, you are not obligated to undertake these covert operations. The choice is yours whether you join the 'official' sortie or assist Intel. I trust you darlings will make the right decision. Now go out there and make your mother proud.

Arecia Al-Rashia

Code Crimson is a mission classification in Final Fantasy Type-0 unlocked in a New Game Plus playthrough; they always have a higher experience cap than the primary missions or standard missions beyond Expert Trial. These missions provide an alternate option to the closing primary mission of each chapter.

ContentEdit

When playing through the main story, Code Crimson missions can be substituted for the last mission of each chapter. Code Crimson missions are never regional dominance missions. When the player gets near the site of the mission, or talks to the person starting it, they will be provided a choice whether to do the original mission or an alternate one: the Code Crimson mission.

List of missionsEdit

Mission Data Obtained
Operation Breakthrough
(Ven. XXII (April 22))
Level: 34
Participants: 14
Chapter 2
A Fog-Laden Foray
(Gla. XXV (June 25))
Level: 37
Participants: 14
Chapter 3
Mission Under Ceasefire
(Gla. XXVIII (June 28))
Level: 38
Participants: 6
Chapter 4
Operation Vulturnus
(Tem. XVII (August 17))
Level: 42
Participants: 14
Chapter 5
The Last Line of Defense
(Tem. XVII (August 17))
Level: 43
Participants: 13
Chapter 6
Machina's Struggle
(Cae. VI (December 6))
Level: 36
Participants: set (Machina)
Chapter 7

PlotEdit

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. (Skip section)

Covert operations within Akademeia are first presented to Class Zero by their "mother" Arecia Al-Rashia. She tells them they are handled by Intel Section Four. While in the context of gameplay Class Zero takes no part in Code Crimson missions, in terms of plot any cadets not involved in the main mission take part in Code Crimson objectives; they also reveal key details about the world, the war, and the measures taken by the Dominion of Rubrum to achieve victory.

King-Moglin-Type0-HD

King has Moglin verify the queastor.

The first Code Crimson at Togoreth sees Class Zero cadets first infiltrating to rescue civilians, only to find them killed due to the Militesi policy of never taking prisoners due to their own low food reserves. They are then told to retrieve classified documents on phantoma, activating the Guardians in the process and causing issues for their own forces. Class Zero then eliminates all witnesses, including Rubrum soldiers and scientists, aside from phantoma researchers.

The next two Code Crimson missions see Class Zero first infiltrating a supply depot fuelling the production of magitek in Ingram, then ostensibly helping Milites soldiers with rogue monsters while collecting intel for Akademia. The fourth mission sees Class Zero infiltrate Concordian's military command on the border, sabotaging to allow the Dominion easy passage. In the fifth, they are tasked with backing up a expendable ragtag group of cadets brought in by Akademia to ensure the summoning of Alexander by the l'Cie Caetuna succeeds.

The final mission takes place during Class Zero's final battle with Qator Bashtar. Machina Kunagiri, now a l'Cie of the White Tiger Crystal, guides Tiz and Joker to Marshal Cid Aulstyne. Along the way, he fights Gilgamesh, revealing the latter's past as the king of the Lorican Alliance. Once the Dominion dominates Orience, Tempus Finis is invoked and the Rursus appear to devastate the land. During the chaos, traitors within Akademia leak details of the Code Crimson missions. This turns many cadets against Class Zero, who they blame for the arrival of Tempus Finis.

On all playthroughs, the Vermilion Bird Crystal's offer to become a l'Cie is presented in the same manner as Code Crimson missions. Accepting the offer leads to an unwinnable battle with endless Rursus and thus directly to the bad ending.

Spoilers end here.
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