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After seeing this, I think it should be named Doom instead of Condemned.
Of course. The only problem is that two elements in SNES Final Fantasy VI are also referred to as Doom, which if it weren't isn't much problem at all. These two elements could be linked on top of the page like so:
For the Final Fantasy VI spell, see Death. For the Final Fantasy VI enemy, see Doom (enemy)/Fiend (Final Fantasy VI).Yes, I would do this.
I think that a disambiguation page could take care of that. I don't see any major problem.
Uh...everything that refers to Doom?The enemy, the spell death and this page, I think.
This one? Doom (Spell)
The enemy? Doom (Enemy)
The status? Doom (status)
I don't like bananas, if you want to ask that too.
This should be disambigged. Henry has pointed out that there is enough stuff called doom to warrent it.
Sure, Mr.Disambig-it-all :p What should the tag be? (Command), (Spell), or (Status)?Then we should also consider Aeon and some other things to disambig. And not to mention the links to fix..whew....
It's time for retard question time! What's a disambiguation? Like, I know the definition, but I just can't understand what it means.
Status or spell? Edit
How come this page is titled Doom (status)? the way it's written throughout most of the article, the writer seems to be treating it more like a spell throughout.
-Darth Roostertail 00:02, 24 October 2008 (UTC)
I believe this is exclusive to the SNES version of the game (trying it on the US version didn't work), but for those interested, check out Funky Fantasy IV and go to roughly 1:36:00 and watch the Plague fight. Yes, he did cheese Plague completely just by holding A. Apparently if you're under Doom, and as long as you hold the A button, even if Doom's timer hits 0, the character will NEVER did. So apparently, Ahriman and Plague (the only bosses that uses the spell in the first place) are of no threat in those versions. If anyone can actually find a video or manage to do a video of this for the wiki, that'd be great (I obviously don't have the JP version for obvious reasons). Definitely something to make an article on, though don't have the specifics of it and the person that talked about it stated he got it from some Japanese FAQ or something.