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The Rift is the Void?Edit

Gilgamesh animation
Gilgamesh animation

Dimensional Fortress is not the Interdimensional Rift Edit

As I understand it...

The interdimensional rift is the dimension between worlds.

It appears in Dissidia as the un-shown dimension where the manakins are sealed away. The Dimensional Fortress is not the Interdimensional rift but rather a place based on it.

I'm a little fuzzy on the details, so it definitely needs more research than I'm giving you lol but..

As evidence, the Duodecim scene where Gilgamesh and Bartz fight, ends with Gilgamesh being pulled back into the rift unwillingly. This fight happens at the Dimensional Fortress. Gilgamesh can't be being sucked from the rift to the rift.

The way I see it, the rift is something not completely comprehensible. As I understood it, the Dimensional Fortress is INSIDE the Interdimensional Rift, but it could easily mean Gilgamesh was pulled into another part of the rift. The rift seems to be one huge place, so yeah... That's all I can come up with. Keyface 22:34, March 20, 2011 (UTC)

True but is the Dimensional Fortress in Dissidia actually inside the rift? Is it actually the original Dimensional fortress, or are all the arenas copies, just like the manakins and arguably the characters themselves.

Better Page Picture? Edit

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I'm about to beat the storyline, but I'm not sure if I'll be able to get back to the Void to battle Omega and Shinryu at a later date. Could someone confirm this: wether it's revisitable after completing the storyline, or are those two bosses lost?—Kaimi (999,999 CP/5 TP) 10:31, April 14, 2013 (UTC)

I've only played the GBA version of the game but I imagine it is the same in all versions. After you defeat the final boss and watch the ending cutscene, you can reload the save and you'll be somewhere on the overworld (don't remember where) at the point in the plot before you entered the Rift, but with all the gameplay elements you found inside (items, EXP, Gil, ABP). So yes, you can return to pick up any missed treasure, and fight Omega and Shinryu if you haven't already. You can also fight Exdeath again, if you want to. Toothless100 - Talk to me 13:25, April 14, 2013 (UTC)

Final Fantasy All The Bravest Edit

This area shows up in FF: All the Bravest. Can someone add the section for it and I'll provide the information and picture for it? Or was this not implemented into the page originally for some reason? DrowBlade (talk) 21:05, November 13, 2013 (UTC)

I created it for you. Monterossa (talk) 22:28, November 13, 2013 (UTC)

Save point in forest area of Rift? Edit

Forgive me if my formatting is off, its been ages since I've done much on a wiki/wikia. anyone the forest part of this article mentions that there is a save point inside one of these trees. I can't seem to find any such thing in my playthrough (Anthology version), GameFAQS guides, or any LP's on YouTube. Can anyone confirm such a save point exists in the forest section? --Dojorkan (talk) 23:22, August 1, 2018 (UTC)

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