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Despite the fact that Zodiark is supposed to all high and mighty and badass, the fact that its a fish tied to a horseshoe really doesn't say much in its favor.
Indeed, they should have retained the appearance from Tactics.
I dont like his appearance much, but the story of it is kinda cool, he is so powerful that they had to keep him in the form of an infant or else he would become more powerful then the gods and possibly end existance. And they did keep his Tactics appearence, he takes that form during Final Eclipse.
Doesn't Zodiark supposed to be an Snake or at least resemble it?Why then it looks like an Fish?
Assorted Crafts[edit source]
Like Ulitma, is this a superboss? sub-pages again...
Depends on your definition, I imagine. I've always counted Superbosses as being an elite group of ultra-strong bosses that far exceed anything else in the game. Yaizmat, and maybe Omega are the only ones that fit the bill.
that's all i need to know.
False info...[edit source]
The FFT part says that only one character needs to learn it from Elidibs, because after that, that character only has to target the others with it for them to learn it. However, in Tactics, summons DO NOT harm allies, so that is not true. I am gonna change this. Objections? KujaRhapsodos 15:47, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
Ashlesha Ascendant[edit source]
From the "Ashlesha" Ascendant, and the out-of-place astrological context (given the common western/Tropical zodiac only bearing 12 signs cleanly), and the fact that Ashlesha occurs in Leo, a spotlight of the sun, near Draco, which has serpentine traits...
It is possible that "Ashelia", the name of the disenthroned princess, is a variant on the modifying, anagramming, and anglicizing of words. It would imply that the most powerful is indeed, she, who keeps to precepts of her own... but mostly, the coincidence in naming. Read into it what explication you will.
It bears that "Ashlesha" and "Ashelia" are significantly similar.
In War of the Lions Melee[edit source]
Can you hit someone with Zodiark and make them learn it.