The first disc, where we meet the party and go through tons of tutorials.
The story begins!
Complete with game trivia and waifuing.
A tale of trains, dates and mouse cursors.
In which the level grinding begins. And the yelling.
In which the second reactor is visited.
In which the users learn a lot about each other.
In which we meet the Slum Drunk.
In which we learn how to crossdress, and how not to play VII.
In which we explore Don Corneo and Shinra. And easy bosses.
In which we explore the tragedies of VII and choose to ignore them.
In which we explore a graveyard of trains.
More tragedies, and climbing massive towers.
In which Technobliterator of Let's Play Past has problems.
Folks, play Final Fantasy VII. But not like this.
In which we infiltrate Shinra HQ some more.
In which we escape Midgar and destroy Shinra tanks.
We have fun bashing one of the fans' favourite characters.
In which Drake proves that he is the manliest user on this wiki.
We learn the true secrets of FFVII's plot.
In which we explore how
We get to enjoy THAT Rufus Shinra theme.
It wouldn't be an FFWiki LP without BlueHighwind technical issues.
We enjoy the theme some more, fan theories about Aerith and Drake's rendition of Let It Go.
We get Limits and go to the exciting town of Corel.
In which we meet cats riding moogles and shirtless men.
In which we all stare in awe at how creative the enemy design in this game is.
In which we learn how to pronounce Japanese names...except not really.
In which we explore the Native American-Aborigine-whatever location of Cosmo Canyon.
In which we explore the mysteries of VII's lore. I guess.
In which bosses take forever to die.
In which bosses get killed in one hit.
In which bosses also take forever to die.
Blue has a family reunion.
In which the "fun" starts.
Is anyone still here?
Techno's fantasies come true.
Everything goes wrong.
THE GLORIOUS AGE OF THE FROGS BEGINS.
HUGE SPOILERS: You fight Jenova again at this part.
In which we cut out the stat boost items and ruined the episode.
And how to be inefficient with MP.
We experience the most amazing minigame ever.
Also, we are all BlueHighwind. It's true.
Don't listen to the other LPers. Tifa rocks.
Lotsa Chocobo fun.
"Oh, I need to go to the shops for some milk!...ah shit we're getting attacked again."
The graphics improve in quality!...but the playing does not.
When Fantasy realised it had to be realistic.
Are you telling me Dirge of Cerberus had a plot?
I apparently need to play this whole minigame. Yeah, no.
Jimcloud's ashamed of Techno. What a surprise!
We returned! And we left in a nice BTS for you all too!
Cuts and Flames and Water and whatever.
Space. Space. I'm in space. Space.
Kick logic to the curb and kill a giant robot with a spear! That's the way FF7 rolls!
At least the bloody streaks match the company colors.
Tifa could totally suplex a train!... she just chooses not to.
Wait, I've read this manga, this is the part where Hojo grabs Tifa in his tentacles, right?
In which we watch Tifa and Cloud NOT HAVE SEX, THEY WERE FULLY CLOTHED.
The grinding ends, Emerald Weapon dies to Cid, and Cloud fires Demis which you can thingy.
Battle Arena, Tankceretops, W-Item. Welcome to FFVII's gameplay.
Ruby Weapon gets rekt, and we see all the ways Techno died. And Cat and Jim beatbox. Fun for everyone.
- Part 17.1: The Descent. Featuring BlueHighwind, Tia-Lewise and ???????.
- Part 17.2: Canon Path (Path A). Featuring Drake Clawfang, Catuse167 and Some Color Mage.
- Part 17.3: Path B. Featuring BlueHighwind, Jimcloud and TacticAngel.
- Part 17.4: FINALE. Featuring Drake Clawfang, ScatheMote, Yuanchosaan and ???????.
We begin the final dungeon and the battle of length vs girth with a super secret guest!
Are we playing Final Fantasy VII: The After Years?
Path A: We fight people who have mastered the Tonberry Job with no effort because this game is easy.
The Grand Finale as Sephiroth is defeated!
In addition to the main LP, there are a few bonus episodes. These are either highlighted moments, Behind the Scenes or hidden features within the game not featured in the main playthrough.
And we see just how overpowered Zolom is. Or how bad Techno is? Or how much manlier Drake is? Who knows.
In which we see the awesomeness that was our Romantic Arguments page...
We play the remake of Final Fantasy VII, and have magical educational adventure through developing economies, religious icons, and the Cold War.