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*After finishing the first dungeon and crossing the bridge below it, a scene plays that is reminiscent of the scene that plays after crossing the bridge in ''[[Final Fantasy]]''.
 
*After finishing the first dungeon and crossing the bridge below it, a scene plays that is reminiscent of the scene that plays after crossing the bridge in ''[[Final Fantasy]]''.
 
*A scene in Ortega has a mage named Newmin sacrifice himself to allow the player to receive the "Ultima Book" (which is useless)—a reference to [[Minwu]] from ''[[Final Fantasy II]]''.
 
*A scene in Ortega has a mage named Newmin sacrifice himself to allow the player to receive the "Ultima Book" (which is useless)—a reference to [[Minwu]] from ''[[Final Fantasy II]]''.
*Another scene in Ortega involves a man called Jose about to be crushed by a rock, a reference to [[Josef (Final Fantasy II)|Josef]] in ''Final Fantasy II''.
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*Another scene in Ortega involves a man called Jose about to be crushed by a rock, a reference to [[Josef]] in ''Final Fantasy II''.
 
*A sign can be found that reads "D3sidlroweht"—a reference to a puzzle which involved writing "The World is Square" backwards in ''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''.
 
*A sign can be found that reads "D3sidlroweht"—a reference to a puzzle which involved writing "The World is Square" backwards in ''[[Final Fantasy VI]]''.
   
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