This is a list of allusions for Final Fantasy All the Bravest.
- The description for the Impartisan refers to the situation where for the Impartisan to deal maximum damage the user needs to be under the Imp status.
- The description for the Princess Guard refers to Aeris.
- Tifa's character description refers to an optional scene where Cloud goes into Tifa's room, searches her drawers and finds orthopedic underwear that Cloud then decides to pocket, much to Tifa's chagrin.
- Safer∙Sephiroth's profile refers to the Safer part of its name being a mistranslation.
- The description for the Masamune refers to Lord Mi'ihen's statue which would reveal Masamune's location.
- The description for the Nirvana refers to Yuna's role as a high summoner who defeated Sin bringing Eternal Calm.
- The description for the Caladbolg refers to Tidus's name.
- The description for the Dark Flan refers to Rikku's quote if she faces a Dark Flan: "Wow! Say, is that edible?".
- The description for Anima refers to the confusion about Anima being Seymour's Final Aeon.
- The description for the Save the Queen refers to Snow's love interest, Serah, and his taken role of her protector and the plans of getting married with her.
- The description for Total Eclipses, refers to the Chocobo chick that lives inside Sazh's afro.
- The description for the Omega Weapon refers to Omega originating as a robot.
- The description for the Ghast refers to the fate of a l'Cie if he won't fulfill his Focus on time, and to Fang's words she spoke before the battle against Bahamut: "If we can't decide what to do next, they come put us out of our misery!".
- The description for Orphan refers to the fal'Cie Eden which is a trinity fal'Cie.
- The description for Poison Knuckles and Venon Claws reference Game of Thrones.
- Silver Lobo's profile references All Dogs Go to Heaven.
- The Final Fantasy IV Black Knight's profile references Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
- The Black Mage's profile ends with "Some mages just want to watch the world burn." This is a reference to the movie, The Dark Knight wherein the character Alfred mentions the original line, "Some men just want to watch the world burn" in a conversation with Bruce Wayne about the Joker.
- The Gaelicat's profile references an episode from The Simpsons.
- The Kum Kum's profile references a joke from an episode of South Park.
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