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Michael-Christopher Koji Fox, also known as Koji Fox, M.C. Fox, or his forum alias Fernehalwes, is a localising supervisor and senior translator working for Square Enix. He is also a co-lead world and lore developer for Final Fantasy XIV.

Outside of official Square Enix duties, he has been a drummer in The Star Onions, a band of Final Fantasy XI staff members, and he also appears on-stage as the vocalist and rapper of The Primals, a band composed of Square Enix musicians that cover the music of Final Fantasy XIV in a metal style.

Works in the series[]

Title Year Role(s)
Final Fantasy XI 2003 Translator
Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII 2006 Translator
Soldier 2
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions 2007 Translator
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King 2008 Epitav
Dissidia Final Fantasy 2008 Special Thanks
Final Fantasy XIII 2009 Special Thanks
Final Fantasy XIV 2010 Translation Direction & English Localization
Final Fantasy Dimensions 2012 Translation Supervision
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn 2013 Translation Direction & English Localization
Final Fantasy XI: Rhapsodies of Vana'diel 2015 Localization Support
Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward 2015 Translation Direction & English Localization
Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood 2017 Translation Direction & English Localization
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers 2019 Translation Direction & English Localization
Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker 2021 Translation Direction & English Localization (6.0)
Localization Supervisor (6.1-6.5)
Final Fantasy XVI 2023 Localization Director
Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail 2024 Localization Supervisor

Voice-acting roles[]

Fox voices the Black Mage character in Mario Hoops 3-on-3, co-developed by Square Enix.

He did the voices for the Moogles in the "Good King Moggle Mog XII" theme song in Final Fantasy XIV.

In-game appearances[]

Final Fantasy XIV[]

FFXIV Koji Fox

Koji Fox in the Eighteenth Floor.

Fox appears in the 2015 edition of The Rising event, as one of the staff in the Eighteenth Floor.

Behind the scenes[]

Final Fantasy XII is one of his favorite games in the series from a lore/story perspective. The moment that has stayed with him the longest is Galuf's battle with Exdeath in Final Fantasy V.[1]

Fox is a prolific reader/watcher of fantasy series. Much of this influences his work on the Final Fantasy series.[2]


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