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Spiritus summoned thirteen champions to fight each other to generate battle energy to sustain World B, though only ten champions gathered at his tower. There, Spiritus interrupts Materia's meeting with her warriors to declare that he rules World B, instigating the conflict between them.
 
Spiritus summoned thirteen champions to fight each other to generate battle energy to sustain World B, though only ten champions gathered at his tower. There, Spiritus interrupts Materia's meeting with her warriors to declare that he rules World B, instigating the conflict between them.
   
Due to the two gods' apparent lack of knowledge of each other and of World B, many of Materia's champions set out in search of answers of Spiritus's and Materia's origins. Garland informs the [[Warrior of Light (Dissidia)|Warrior of Light]], [[Cecil Harvey/Dissidia (PSP)|Cecil]], and [[Noctis Lucis Caelum/Dissidia NT|Noctis]] that Spiritus desires to protect World B, and leads the heroes to Spiritus's tower to ask him to use his magic to contact Materia to apprise her of the threat of the [[planesgorger]]s. At Materia's tower, [[Shantotto/Dissidia (PSP)|Shantotto]] opens communications with Spiritus as the group arrives to speak with him. Materia accuses Spiritus for attempting to turn her warriors against her, but Spiritus demands she ceases her "quarrelsome posturing" and has the [[Cloud of Darkness/Dissidia (PSP)|Cloud of Darkness]] inform her that Shinryu is the true cause of loss of energy in World B.
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Due to the two gods' apparent lack of knowledge of each other and of World B, many of Materia's champions set out in search of answers of Spiritus's and Materia's origins. Garland informs the [[Warrior of Light (Dissidia)|Warrior of Light]], [[Cecil Harvey/Dissidia (PSP)|Cecil]], and [[Noctis Lucis Caelum/Dissidia NT|Noctis]] that Spiritus desires to protect World B, and leads the heroes to Spiritus's tower to ask him to use his magic to contact Materia to apprise her of the threat of the [[planesgorger]]s. At Materia's tower, [[Shantotto/Dissidia|Shantotto]] opens communications with Spiritus as the group arrives to speak with him. Materia accuses Spiritus for attempting to turn her warriors against her, but Spiritus demands she ceases her "quarrelsome posturing" and has the [[Cloud of Darkness/Dissidia (PSP)|Cloud of Darkness]] inform her that Shinryu is the true cause of loss of energy in World B.
   
 
Spiritus and Materia form a temporary truce to stage a battle to lure out Shinryu. When enough battle energy is generated to lure the dragon out, Spiritus joins Materia and their champions to attack the dragon. They are repelled as Shinryu reveals its true form.
 
Spiritus and Materia form a temporary truce to stage a battle to lure out Shinryu. When enough battle energy is generated to lure the dragon out, Spiritus joins Materia and their champions to attack the dragon. They are repelled as Shinryu reveals its true form.
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