Enough expository banter!
- Please sign and date your posts by typing four tildes (
~~~~) or five in a talk bubble.
- Put new text under old text. Click here to start a new topic.
- Please read our Conduct guideline. In a nutshell: be polite, assume good faith.
- For general non-wiki discussion on this topic, feel free to discuss on Discord or Discussions.
|Take a good look. Isn't it beautiful?|
|Behold! This article has been chosen as the Featured Article of March 15th, 2013!|
|Even so, if you wish to improve the article, do not hesitate! You can also nominate your favorite articles to be featured here!|
I think Alexander should have been in Every Final Fantasy that featured summoning. He would have been very useful and good in Final Fantasy 10, his summoning animation would have been amazing his special attack would be interesting and his overdrive would be fabulous and strong. He could also be like Bahamut and have many forms or modes, such as blade mode where he looks like a super built ripped humanoid with short spikey black hair and a full suit of heavy armor (he would still be part robotic which is why his movement would still be normal in the heavy armor and him being able to hold the heavy sword) and a huge holy sword. He would also have been great if you could obtain him as a permanentaly summonable summon for Garnet in Final Fantasy IX his gem would be a Crystal. He is so my favorite summon ever in the Final Fantasy Series.
- Erm, as much as I share your pain that Alexander hasn't been featured in any recent games, this really isn't a forum. The talk page is for discussing problems, changes, or topics relating to the article itself. If you want to express your ideas, you should seek out a forum relating to Final Fantasy, of which I assure you there are an abundance! Magugag 23:24, September 9, 2009 (UTC)
Alexander Gestalt Mode is the fortress, right?
Why is Alexander in the Final Boss category? -- Dark T Zeratul 19:24, February 6, 2010 (UTC)
- FFXI. It's in the article. Moocowisi 19:27, February 6, 2010 (UTC)
Final Fantasy IX History Details Edit
It's been a while since I've played, but I was under the impression (or possibly misimpression) that the reason FFIX Alexander went berserk during his "test-drive" was because he was summoned for no reason. I dimly recall them saying that Alexander was only supposed to be summoned in times of dire need (like when an invincible dragon is pelting the kingdom with fireballs, for instance), so when the summoners called upon him just to see what would happen, "he" was outraged.
Again, I may be wrong, but if someone does confirm this, could they please stick it in there somewhere?
Thanks, Damaijin 02:05, April 23, 2012 (UTC)