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Another small mistake[edit source]

Much like Arc, it says here that "He suits Warrior type jobs". I am pretty sure that ever character is equal in this game, but I'm not exactly sure.--LaZodiac 19:55, 2 August 2007 (UTC)

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Of course sure. Although I won't do that, I understand what you mean. Fixing Ingus now--LaZodiac 20:01, 2 August 2007 (UTC)


Similarities??[edit source]

Doesn't Ingus kind of look like a light blonde haired Roxas form Kingdom Hearts if you just straighten his hair?

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Ingus and onion knight in dissidia[edit source]

i think onion knight's default costume in dissidia and ingus' costume as an onion knights kinda resemble?

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The hair looks a little similar too, but other than that, not much. Myself 123 22:54, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

The hair and the color schemes resemble each other, but the big difference between Onion knight and Ingus is the personality. Ingus, if I remember, was extremely mature and noble, while the Onion Knight was overconfident and brash. Remember, the Onion Knight is representing the original Final Fantasy III, and not the DS remake.Lt.Haven 23:24, May 12, 2010 (UTC)

If he is a knight by the story youd imagine thats what they would portray him as in the opening. Also why does it sorce the manual for these quotes? DOnt the exact same quotes appear in game when you first encounter each character?

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Gallery changes[edit source]

To avoid editing wars, is it okay to revert the character job galleries for the light warriors back to their previous layout? (I'm fairly new at editing and just wanted to make sure) Mog&Boko 10:29, August 18, 2010 (UTC)

I think most of the community prefer the gallery template than the wikia-forced gallery now. BLUER一番 11:01, August 18, 2010 (UTC)
The gallery template being the current template? What's the difference between the two? Mog&Boko 11:30, August 18, 2010 (UTC)
If the "previous layout" you were refering to is the old one with the small boxes and small fonts, yes that's the one the wiki wants. BLUER一番 12:04, August 18, 2010 (UTC)
I really ought to learn to clarify things more. I checked the manual of style which said "The default and style recommends 4." I'm assuming this means four images to a line which seems to be a neater layout than a single column running down the side of the page. So I was proposing to change the Ingus, Refia, Luneth and Arc job galleries to a layout that is three or four images in a row. But I just wanted to check this with someone who knows what they're doing. Mog&Boko 13:05, August 18, 2010 (UTC)
You use Safari right? If you see Galleries that are laid out vertically instead of horizontally it can be fixed by making the gallery code in a single line. The problem happens only with Safari, everyone else will see it as a normal gallery.Keltainentoukokuu 13:09, August 18, 2010 (UTC)Keltainentoukokuu
I'm afraid I don't use safari (at least not to my knowledge) but I'll give it a try just in case, thanks. EDIT: hm, seems I do have safari! (I'll just blame iTunes updates) Thanks a lot for the advice, by the way, how are we splitting the images? By Crystal? Mog&Boko 13:46, August 18, 2010 (UTC)
Nobody else but Safari users can see your split if you just put it in a new row. I think you'd need a separate Gallery tag for each section so everyone would see it. They don't need to be split?Keltainentoukokuu 14:53, August 18, 2010 (UTC)Keltainentoukokuu
Oh, it's just how they appeared to be laid out with freelancer separate from the rest etc. Anyway, the important thing is that Safari users don't view it as a single column so again, thanks for the help. Mog&Boko 14:56, August 18, 2010 (UTC)

Cut Text/Falgabard?[edit source]

I need someone to verify this before adding it to the trivia section or what have you. This sequence: https://tcrf.net/Final_Fantasy_III_(Nintendo_DS)/Unused_Text/Towns#Falgabard_.28t29_01.29 depicts Ingus as having vague memories of Falgabard, which leads the party to bring up the possibility of him being born there. There are similar sequences for the Cave of Shadows: https://tcrf.net/Final_Fantasy_III_(Nintendo_DS)/Unused_Text/Dungeons#Cave_of_Shadows_Entrance_.28d21_01.29 Where Ingus admits to vaguely remembering the mountain range (?) the party flew through to get to the village. However, I am using an online translator to puzzle this out and I would like for this information to be verified as I feel it is worth noting somewhere on the article.--ExitDoor 62 (talk) 15:25, May 27, 2018 (UTC)

I'm back with another potential point to mention. In the unused text, Doga has this line:
ほほう… いい目じゃ その暗黒剣士
のような鋭さ ホレボレするわい…」
Which, thanks to Polybody for the translation, means this:
"Ooh... Nice eyes. They're sharp/piercing/astute just like that Dark Swordsman*. They're fascinating/enchanting/etc."
[*Not necessarily a Dark Knight (That's 魔剣士 - Makenshi) but a wielder of a Dark Sword (as in the weapon type 暗黒剣 - Ankoku Ken)]
At the time, I didn't know if Doga was specifically referring to Ingus or not. However, I was looking at a different source than the Cutting Room Floor and that source had an incomplete version of the conversation. The complete version on TCRF indicates that Doga was referring to Ingus specifically:
https://tcrf.net/Final_Fantasy_III_(Nintendo_DS)/Unused_Text/Dungeons#Cave_of_the_Circle_Unused_.28d14_03.29
Overall both these mentions are worthy of a trivia point on the article.--ExitDoor 62 (talk) 02:12, June 20, 2018 (UTC)
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