--Mymindislost 04:14, 2 August 2007 (UTC)

Hi[edit source]

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I'm quite accustomed to the workings of Wiki, but thanks. That said, I would like to know how to make those nifty little userbox thingamajiggers. Dazuro 02:35, 8 August 2008 (UTC)

See this 2127 02:38, 8 August 2008 (UTC)

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Name[edit source]

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Lol[edit source]

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Making categorizing images a bit easier[edit source]


?[edit source]

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Hi[edit source]

Hi, if you have a question, use the talk pages instead of silently removing content. Thanks. Bluetash 21:56, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

What specifically are you referring to? Dazuro 21:59, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
He's refering to that section mentioning the Warrior of Light's "alternative costume". You know the picture of him that's red but didn't have any official source. Diablocon 22:01, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
Oh. Well in that case, sod off. >_> Dazuro 22:01, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

Monty Python[edit source]


FFIII DS Images[edit source]


Dissidia[edit source]

You got it huh? I envy you. Awesome though, good to know we have an editor who can supply the information so quickly after its release. Drake Clawfang 20:09, 17 December 2008 (UTC)

Tell me, you lucky dog - is it as epic as the gameplay vids make it out to be? Drake Clawfang 03:45, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
Hizzles yizzles. The fights all look like something out of AC, only fully controllable. Unless Exdeath is involved. Then he just kind of walks about one meter an hour and teleports completely at random because there's no fucking way to control him. But, er, anyway. The mechanics are surprisingly deep and well-made. Ex-modes and bursts are like SSB Brawl's final smashes, but far better balanced and actually requiring skill. Plus your movesets can be completely customized as you level up. Good stuff. Dazuro 04:04, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
Sweet. I am so getting this when it comes to NA. I'm watching YouTube waiting for the first of hundreds of Kefka vs Sephiroth vids. I watched a Kefka vs Zidane vid earlier from the storyline - Kefka won, and Zidane had to rematch him to advance. Epic stuff, really. I said it a while ago - with the best heroes and villains from the franchise, how could this game possibly be bad? Drake Clawfang 04:07, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
Hey, while I'm here, tell me, what are Arenas #11 and 12? I know the first ten. Anything else really awesome to know? Sorry, I'm just giddy because the next few days, hearing about the game and watching the vids, will be awesome. The last time I felt like this was when StarCraft II was announced. Drake Clawfang 04:11, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
Hm? There's a level each for 1-10, one for Cosmos, and Random. If there's another somewhere, I don't know about it yet. Dazuro 04:12, 18 December 2008 (UTC)
Hm, odd. The Dissidia page says there's 12 arenas. Maybe a hidden one for Chaos? Drake Clawfang 04:15, 18 December 2008 (UTC)

FFII translations[edit source]

I think once I remember you saying there was another translation of FFII. What is this translation and how much do you know about it?  ILHI 20:29, 3 February 2009 (UTC)

I presume you mean Dark Shadow Over Palakia? I know about it because I own it. :P It was done by the same team as the original SNES FF4/"FF2", only it never got finished being proofread, so it's full of priceless lines like "Piretes are great!" and "I only steal from the Empires." The game was never released, and they put out FF4 as 2 instead, but the ROM leaked onto the internet years later, terrible dialogue and all. Dazuro 01:28, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

Ack, I misread that. Thought you said "how do you know so much about it?"

I know a fair amount, and I have a full list of enemies and such. Dazuro 01:31, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

So adding another section to the FFII infobox and you filling them in wouldn't be that hard? As a wiki we should cover all English translations and all.  I Lion Heart I 17:10, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
I offered a while ago, but no one responded back then. :P I'm bad with tables, but I'll fill it in once it's made for sure. Dazuro 23:18, 4 February 2009 (UTC)
You can add...
| DSOP = 
... to the infobox, followed by the name to add the DSOP names. At least, if my revision isn't undone.  I Lion Heart I 21:04, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

On it! :D Dazuro 03:11, 12 February 2009 (UTC)

Paladin Force[edit source]

Explain how the attack hitting outside its range is not a glitch. Doreiku Kuroofangu 23:32, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

It's a pseudo-chain attack. Dark Cannon chains into Souleater, and Search Light chains into Paladin Force. In the former's case, it merely traps an enemy, but in the latter it extends the range. The tactic is alluded to in the names and descriptions, and the strategy guide mentions it as a legit combo.

Unless, of course, you want to try to tell me that Jecht's combo moves are glitches too? After all, those aren't explicitly listed in his commands either. Care to explain how a brave attack getting cancelled and dealing HP damage mid-way isn't a glitch?

Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe Cecil's thing was accidental, and the guide writers just decided to roll with it. But seeing as they increased the tracking range from the JP-US version rather than fixing the "glitch", I'm not inclined to believe that without a source saying "oops, yes, it was a glitch and instead of fixing it we made it twice as powerful." Dazuro 23:38, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

Excuse me? This is not the same as Dark Cannon - Soul Eater. Dark Cannon draws them closer so you can hit them with Soul Eater, this is entirely different. Cecil skips the first part of Paladin Force to hit enemies well outside its normal range. When an attack does something it isn't supposed to do, that's a glitch, friend. Doreiku Kuroofangu 23:42, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

Perhaps there's a misunderstanding here. I've never seen it skip any part of Paladin Force. In my extensive experience with Cecil, using it before the attack ends does not cancel anything. You have to wait for Search Light to hit, then after the attack connects, use Paladin Force, which will then send Cecil way outside his normal range to deal HP damage...but only if Search Light's projectile already hit. To my knowledge, using Paladin Force before Searchlight hits just makes the bits disappear, while Paladin Force's magic ball gets no more range than usual. Unfortunately, my PSP is broken, so I can't test if there's some weird way to get what you're talking about to happen. Maybe it's a weird side-effect of the legit combo I refer to, if you time it just right? Dazuro 23:46, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

When Cecil normally uses Paladin Force, he throws a projectile of light, then starts diving around and slashing the opponent. If you hit them with the "combo", then Cecil skips the "projectile of light" attack and goes right to the diving and slashing. It's not like "throw Searchlight to immobilize them so my light projectile is sure to hit", you hit with Searchlight, Cecil skips the projectile altogether. Doreiku Kuroofangu 23:51, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

Something trippy's going on here then. I'm positive he doesn't skip the projectile, I always wait for it to hit before pressing the Paladin Force button--it's one of the mainstays of my playstyle. Clearly there's something that changes it between the legit combo and your 'glitch' version, but I don't know what it is. Dazuro 23:55, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

Here, this shows the glitch as I'm explaining it. Cecil doesn't throw the light projectile, he just dives forward and attacks. It's the JPN version, but I've tried it in my English vers and it works just the same. Doreiku Kuroofangu 23:58, December 17, 2009 (UTC)

Uh... what? The searchlight hits and traps the enemy just like I said. What's the problem? It doesn't skip anything, just chains the two moves together. Dazuro 00:00, December 18, 2009 (UTC)

It does skip though, notice Cecil does not throw the projectile in Paladin Force. Doreiku Kuroofangu 00:03, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
Forget it, you're right, I'm stupid, sorry for bringing it up. Doreiku Kuroofangu 00:04, December 18, 2009 (UTC)

Ohhh, I see. I thought you meant it skipped the Search Light projectile. Still, there's absolutely no evidence that it's a glitch. Sorry, I'm not trying to be obstinate here, but ... Dazuro 00:06, December 18, 2009 (UTC)

edit conflict I can confirm. Throw in searchlight and hit the opponent with it. You can be quite far away opponent and it won't matter: Cecil will skip the little light at the beginning of pal force and dive from afar at the opponent. Faethinte audio 00:08, December 18, 2009 (UTC)

Critical Hit[edit source]

Some foes in Shade Impulse give a DP if you get your Critical Modifier to 8.0x or higher. I think there's a few in the Distant Glories and Inward Chaos too, but I don't fully remember. Doreiku Kuroofangu 22:07, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

AFAIK, the game doesn't even tell you your Critical Modifier. Do you mean your Accessory multiplier? Because that affects things besides just critical hits. Dazuro 22:08, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

W.e you want to call it then, Acc. multiplier, whatever. Doreiku Kuroofangu 22:09, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

What the hell are you talking about? The accessory multiplier does not determine critical hits. So unless there's also a mysterious critical hit DP chance that isn't in my copy of the game, I'd appreciate it if you'd stop reverting every damn edit I make. Especially when I'm right. I don't know why you suddenly became my personal anti-edit stalker, but I do not appreciate it. Dazuro 22:11, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

Let me start by saying fuck you. I am not stalking anybody, you just happen to be editing pages on my watchlist. Here's a vid with the DP chance, go to 9:40. As for what you appreciate, I frankly don't give a shit what you appreciate. I don't appreciate being made to look like an ignorant jackass but I live with it. Doreiku Kuroofangu 22:17, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

It is as I said. "Booster acc. multiplier." Last time I checked, there's a fairly big difference between booster accessories and critical hits. They might be able to cause critical hits (though I don't believe they can), but either way your reversion was erroneous. Interesting. But hey, by all means, keep arguing with me, and keep posting videos that prove me right. PS: I also don't appreciate being spoken to in such a vulgar tone. But apparently in Drake-world, no one matters but him. Dazuro 22:20, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

Just checked, by the way. According to this very wiki, not a single accessory in the game affects critical hit chance. Dazuro 22:23, December 20, 2009 (UTC)

Yuna[edit source]

Whether or not I like it.. [1] . That's the source people are using, anyways. If you noticed, the Dissidia 012 page has been changed respectively. Jimcloud Cloud Chocobo.png 02:46, December 23, 2010 (UTC)

It's not a reliable source. It doesn't matter whether it's true or not, it has to be sourced. Dazuro 02:50, December 23, 2010 (UTC)

Works for me. I'd prefer it if Yuna wasn't confirmed anyways. Jimcloud Cloud Chocobo.png 02:52, December 23, 2010 (UTC)

I'd love for her to be in personally, but Nomura didn't say she was confirmed. Even in the alleged video of her, it was only of her feet walking on water. There's no way he'd come out with an official statement saying she was in it; she would be revealed through a video or a magazine scan. That site explicitly says Nomura/Takeheshi confirmed it themselves, which is patently untrue. The rest of the stuff there is from an interview, but that's clearly inserted based on the word-of-mouth. Dazuro 02:54, December 23, 2010 (UTC)

I've tracked the statement to the source website, which credits Famitsu and no other site. DoreikuKuroofangu - Visit the Soul Shrine! 09:22, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

Where's the scan? Where's anything other than one site's word of mouth, a site that has never (to my knowledge) broken any news like this before? Dazuro 09:22, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

Other sites are reporting it as well, as you've noted. And you can shove your attitude, I frequently prefer to explain reverts personally on talk pages rather than in edit summaries. DoreikuKuroofangu - Visit the Soul Shrine! 09:24, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

The edit can be undone. Please check the comparison below to verify that this is what you want to do, and then save the changes below to finish undoing the edit. If you are undoing an edit that is not vandalism, explain the reason in the edit summary rather than using only the default message. And if you'd care to actually provide links to these "other sites," maybe that would add some credence to your claims. And I'll kindly shove my attitude as soon as you stop reverting so many of my good-faith edits for no real reason. See our argument above, and kindly shove your own. Dazuro 09:26, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

Yes, and every single person who ever reverted any edit in the history of Wiki technology has always provided an edit summary explaining why. I revert your good faith edits because they are still erroneous, good faith does not equal good edit. As for other sites, check the talk pages of relevant articles, they're linked. DoreikuKuroofangu - Visit the Soul Shrine! 09:29, December 24, 2010 (UTC)

DOB[edit source]

I too was born on the 8-8-88... 5am

Dissidia[edit source]

I see your point and was prepared to apologize for not misunderstanding, until you added that second edit where you try and pin my as some sort of stalker undoing all your shit and edit warring with you. I don't keep personal tabs on specific users, I just respond to what pops up on my watchlist. Besides that, I do not have any sort of vendetta against you, I revert anyone who I feel does a counter-productive edit, I make note of the username but don't care beyond the occasional "oh great, this guy again" - a category you do not fall into. So pull your head out of your ass and grow up, to be perfectly blunt and rude I have better things to do with my time than worry about reverting your edits for lulz. DoreikuKuroofangu - Visit the Soul Shrine! 20:32, December 26, 2010 (UTC)

Sephiroth[edit source]

The connection is significant due to the game being published by the same company, using the same name, kind of like Kingdom Heart's Ultima Weapon doesn't look anything like FF Ultima Weapons, and has none of its properties, but as they are published by the same company, the connection is significant. Likeacupcake 11:07, January 8, 2011 (UTC)

Quoted from wikipedia: "Produced by Takehiro Ando, characters were designed by Yusuke Naora, the art director of Final Fantasy VII, VIII, and X among other successful titles". The guy that designed Sephiroth worked in it, and I would consider the fact that one Square employee was working on a title that Square published, would suggest that others would have been working on it.

The connection between the games exists, and consider Sephiroth's fame. He is a very well known villian in the RPG world, as you doubtlessly know. Thus it would be difficult to think of the name Sephiroth, without thinking of the "SOLDIER Legend", thus we can safely say that it is indeed a reference to Sephiroth. Likeacupcake 01:18, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

Prehaps I should clarify: Some one works on FFVII, and even assists in the design of Sephiroth, and then a creature called Sephiroth appears in a game he happens to be working on, that is published by the same company that made Sephiroth.

And the fame/refernce thing: So you're saying that a grave stone saying; "Here Lies Link" has no connection to Link of Legend of Zelda? Other than he's the most famous Link out there (there are others)? Think of relations in audience. Likeacupcake 01:26, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

I've got to run, so I'm just leaving this as a promise of a reply when I get a chance. Sorry. Likeacupcake 01:31, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

Ok, I'm back. I think I understand where we're disagreeing now, so allow me to ask you one question; what do you think constitues an reference? Likeacupcake 06:07, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

I see what you're saying now, but I would argue that Sephiroth is a fairly unique name. In most situations, mythological references (including biblical references) are usually used for very particular reasons. I don't see how a blob of jelly has any connection to the ten attributes of God, so I would say that the source lays elsewhere.

As for stubbornness, you are talking to a man that is so stubborn, he makes donkeys look agreeable. =P Likeacupcake 09:18, January 9, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Kefka[edit source]

"So, thanks for the completely unwarranted insults again. Good to see you're as mature and professional as ever" - I didn't know it was you that added it.
"Rest doesn't have wings or a feather" - CGI Kefka doesn't have blue skin or a purple loincloth.
"CGI God Kefka definitely has an odd surreal skintone that reminds me of the EX mode." - That screenshot we have here is horrible, horrible quality, in the actual FMV Kefka has a skin tone closer to normal human skin, though a touch on the purple-pink side. It's on YouTube, a quick search will bring it up.
And the rest of your rant I'll ignore because it's just more of your pointless bitching. Get over me and stop your pissy crying. That I don't even remember what it is I said when I removed that note on the page should tell you how much importance I place on the incident, I suggest you follow my example and move on. DoreikuKuroofangu 16:51, February 10, 2011 (UTC)

Kain[edit source]

The name of the EX Mode makes it quite obvious that it is meant to be his Holy Dragoon form, as well as the fact the armor is clearly based on his Holy Dragoon transformation. To reword it as you did also repeated the fact that his alt outfits more closely resemble the original art of the Holy Dragoon, which is already given up in his Appearance section. Now, stop taking every reversion I do as some sort of personal attack and let it go. DoreikuKuroofangu 22:46, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Re:Drake[edit source]

Whatever you may think, Drake does not have a personal vendetta against you. More to the point, your edits cease to be good faith as soon as you act to prolong an edit war. To an extent, this is true even if the edit in question is a good edit; it's the attitude that matters. If you want to make your case on the issue, edit summaries are not the correct place for a debate. That's what the article's talk page is for -- Sorceror Nobody Flan.PNG 22:51, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Every time I say anything on his talk page, he archives it instantly to prevent anyone from seeing a complaint. Do we not have a "no removing other people's comments" policy like most other wikis? If nothing else, that's got me pretty pissed. But even beyond that, we ALSO have a "no reverting without an edit summary unless it's vandalism" policy, which he does to me constantly. I never said he had anything against me (this time)--I've come to accept that he's just a rule-breaking asshole to people in general. But that aside, after he removed my edit, I reworded it to be less contentious. He removed it again, also without a word. That's not cool, and I'm fed up with it. And again, him deleting every negative word said about him certainly doesn't help matters any. Either way, he should be bringing it up on the talk page. I removed a contestable claim. He put it back in. The burden of proof is not on me. Dazuro 22:54, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

"Every time I say anything on his talk page, he archives it instantly to prevent anyone from seeing a complaint. " - because usually anything you say on my talk page is more complaining than actually addressing the issue at hand, which I don't care for. Even now you avoid addressing SN's point about incorrectly going about changing the page and just complain about me. I personally have gotten to the point I can't stand you because of this, so know the feeling is mutual. However, I do not bear a personal grudge against you despite your assumptions to the contrary, I see an edit that I don't believe is called for, I revert it, it's that simple. Quite often I do include edit summaries, sometimes I don't, and frankly that's a rule you'll find NO ONE enforces because it's a ridiculous rule. Now, get over me, get over yourself, and get over whatever rivalry you think we have because words cannot express how pathetic and petty I find you now, and I won't be giving your words any further thought after this message so you have little reason to do otherwise. DoreikuKuroofangu 23:00, April 3, 2011 (UTC)
Archiving =/= deleting. Drake does that to all conversations he's not interested in pursuing. I'm not necessarily saying he's right, but he's breaking no rules, because nothing is being removed. As for the "reverting without a summary", a summary of "rv" tends to turn up when essentially the same edit has been reverted repeatedly, and there is a first revertion that does have a fuller reason. Again, not necessarily defending Drake specifically for this case, but he's not actually doing anything entirely wrong. Finally, cut your "burden of proof" whining. You may be right, you may be wrong, but such is the nature of editing on a wiki. Even though there are facts out there, it still comes down to consensus in the end. I don't at this point care whether you are wrong or not, provided you take it to the talk page -- Sorceror Nobody Flan.PNG 23:05, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Fair enough, my apologies. I just get really frustrated when he pulls the same shit constantly when all I'm trying to do is help, but you're right, and my frustration is no cause for me to break rules myself. Dazuro 23:13, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

Civil Talk[edit source]

I've calmed down now and I want to have a quiet, civil talk with you. I'll be the first to admit yes, I can be a real ass - I've been nominated for Admin in the new staff discussion forum and I've made it clear on the IRC that I do not consider myself Admin material due to my poor behavior. I'm fully aware I don't always act with the most level head and I am trying to improve and be more friendly and civil. Quite often, when it is called for - someone is new and doesn't know things, the change isn't wrong but still needs reverting for some reason - I do leave an edit summary and sometimes a talk page message either for the editing user or on the article talk page explaining why in depth. Other times, when I simply don't have the patience or feel the reason for reverting is self-evident - in today's debacle it was the latter for me - I don't. It isn't because I feel like I can get away with breaking the rules because I don't. Frankly, that you must always leave an edit summary is a lame rule you'll find few other people care about, because for sure you're the only person who I've ever seen bring it up.

Ad I've said in the past, I do not have a personal vendetta against you, although after all the trouble between us I don't care for you much. In fact, when you first made your edit I said to SN on the IRC that I felt if I reverted you, you would complain about it, and you did. I don't appreciate being personally attacked whenever I revert your edits, and unless I insult you specifically in the edit summary like "reverting Dazuro's idiocy" - which to the best of my recollection I have never done and if so I apologize - there's no call for you to begin ranting about how cruel I am to you. I don't say this to be arrogant or mean, I say it as sincere advice - it's a Wiki. There are far more important things in life to get as hyped up over as you tend to do. I get reverted all the time, less so as I became a more experienced user but it happened. But I can't recall specific instances because it doesn't matter any more, time goes on and you get over it, and really you should. If I revert you, it isn't because I dislike you, it's because I simply don't agree with your edit. If you want to discuss it, you can either begin a talk page section as you've done with Kain, or leave me a calm, civil message on my talk page. I know you may believe otherwise, but unless I'm in a mood or it's an issue I have a personal history with like height debates, when people are civil to me I'll be civil to them, and it's the same with you. Now, after leaving this message I'm going to respond to your message on Kain's talk page, and hopefully this can get this matter resolved peacefully.

Thank you. DoreikuKuroofangu 23:44, April 3, 2011 (UTC)

I understand, and I accept your apology. Ideally Admins wouldn't have to get involved in personal fights like this, and hopefully in the future it won't come to that again. DoreikuKuroofangu 00:00, April 4, 2011 (UTC)

Burden of Proof[edit source]

I assume you mean the Kain thing, I can't recall. Anything, I'm no expert on debate and whatnot, but IMO here, yes if something is different then one should prove that their new, updated info is correct, or at least more accurate. But at the same time one should be able to prove the old information is just as accurate if it's challenged. For me, I operate on the assumption that if it's already in an article, then it's factuality (that a word? I'll make it one) has already been proven at a prior date. Benefit of the doubt and all that. In this particular case though, the Exdeath thing is plain ridiculous.

BTW, nice to be on the same side as you in an edit war for once. :p DoreikuKuroofangu 20:30, April 7, 2011 (UTC)

Hey, do you ever go on the IRC? I'm on there like, all day every day pretty much, so if something comes up in the future we'd be able to talk in real-time about it. DoreikuKuroofangu 22:53, April 7, 2011 (UTC)

#FFWiki on Freenode. DoreikuKuroofangu 22:58, April 7, 2011 (UTC)

Sorry for earlier[edit source]

Didn't mean to start a row there i was just a bit annoyed. Thanks for understanding Terry 309 23:12, April 7, 2011 (UTC)

Caps[edit source]

All moogles, chocobos, sorceresses (FF8), viera, bangaa, etc etc etc are lowercase in the games, but pretty much always capitalised on this wiki. So...you know...I wouldn't bother if I were you.Keltainentoukokuu 02:59, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

But..but they shouldn't be.. ;_; Dazuro 03:04, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah it annoys me too, but even if you and I went and changed them all new editors would just gradually put them back the way they were. I type them lowercase if I add something new, but if it's already been spelled with caps elsewhere in the article I just go with it, heck with that. Yeah so the result is some pages have them in caps and some don't.Keltainentoukokuu 03:24, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

But that leads to inconsistency. Surely there's some way we could get a wikignome script for accuracy's sake? If nothing else, it'd be nice for things to be consistent with the quotes and screenshots we post (hence why I changed some quotes over to the Advance version, which to be fair they should have been anyway). Dazuro 03:29, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah well good luck with that. ;) I'm still trying to figure out why "Job" is a capitalised word on this wiki. It's annoying and inconsistent but really rather the least important thing what it comes to readability.Keltainentoukokuu 03:35, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

See, that I can understand. When referring to an ingame term, with no real bearing in the plot, they tend to be capitalized because that's how it's written on the menu. Dialogue rarely if ever refers to jobs outside of people's actual professions. Espers, however, are a species, and we don't capitalize dog, cat, hippo, human... likewise, bangaa, esper, etc. should remain lowercase. Again, unless otherwise dictated by story dialogue. Dazuro 03:39, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

Oh it's capitalised in the menu? Well heck, I've been changing it to lowercase. Weapons (generic type) are also often capitalised even if Gunblade is just gunblade in the games and Sword is a friggin' sword. ;) You just gotta think how much worth is it to really start going around changing it, because you'd probably have to fix near every article. Another thing is that sometimes people capitalise verbs (Junctioning, Stealing).Keltainentoukokuu 03:51, April 15, 2011 (UTC)

Exodus[edit source]

Prove exactly how 'Exodus' would be written differently, including any and all education/references you have in the Japanese Language to make such a claim.

Also, debate why he is referred to as "Exodus" in later releases of games in the Final Fantasy series.——Preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs). Please sign your posts with ~~~~.

Walkthrough deletions[edit source]

We're currently going through and deleting incomplete walkthroughs on the wiki, and weren't sure if you were going to finish yours. Your walkthrough won't be deleted if either a) you edit within a week or b) it's moved to userspace. Thanks, C A T U S E 05:34, November 26, 2013 (UTC)

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