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Final Fantasy II (Video Game)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The second entry in the bone-shatteringly popular Final Fantasy series, released in 1988, and the first to fail to reach western shores—though this was rectified in the 2000s.In the flight from the occupied city of Fynn, four orphans are ensnared by imperial troops and left for dead. (So much for Easing into the Adventure.) Three of the survivors are recovered by a mystic working for the Wild Rose Rebellion and taken to a nearby stronghold. Upon being revived, the group is enlisted to — what else — help stop The Empire from taking over the world. Emperor Mateus, a pretty boy with megalomaniacal designs (hey, that sounds kind of familiar), has a slight advantage in this contest being that he's opened the gates of Hell to amass an army of demons.Squaresoft were beginning to experiment with larger, more epic storylines with a memorable supporting cast. Indeed, the heroes have personalities, names, and a dynamic with each other, unlike in the first game where they were simply cutouts. It's also the first FF to include guest characters who rotate out of the party at regular intervals. Three of these fellas even got their adventure in the Dawn of Souls remake, joined by the previously-unplayable Prince Scott to round out their party of four.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })
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Anyone Can Die
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Anyone Can Die: You gain a few party members and meet several characters over the course of the game, and a majority of them end up dying by the time the climax starts. This doesn't seem to affect the Emperor much, however.
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Darker and Edgier: You start off the game getting your head handed to you, many of your allies quickly die, and many towns in the game world get destroyed twice.
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Dummied Out: Four music tracks are still in the coding of the NES version, including Battle Scene 3 (probably intended for the reborn Emperor), and what became World of Ruin Jidoor's theme.
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Peninsula of Power Leveling
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Peninsula of Power Leveling: Just to the south of the city you start in. Though this isn't as impressive since, once you get the canoe, you can walk anywhere in the game world, where there are plenty of extremely powerful enemies to pummel. Imperial-occupied Fynn is a more straightforward example; while trying to fight the captains there is an exercise in futility when you first arrive, once you return with Minwu (and thus a backrow caster with access to hundreds of castings of area Life), beating them becomes trivial as long as you keep reviving your teammates. Thus, you have a region of high-level, instantly-respawning enemies with good loot just a hop, skip, and a canoe ride away from a convenient city. Since Minwu (temporarily) joins the party just after the first visit to Fynn, this technique can easily produce a Disk One Nuke.
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Brainwashed and Crazy: Maria believes Leon to be this, but after the party kills the Emperor the first time, he doesn't turn back. Instead, he hops on the throne himself and tries to set himself up as the new Emperor. He does turn back when the party goes to confront him and the Emperor returns, though.
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All There in the Manual
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And one of the game manuals to IV (Final Fantasy IV Settei Shiryou Hen, for those curious) says that Leon is the one who left Deathbringer with King Fabul and that after the events of the game, Leon renounced his status as a Dark Knight and became a priest, an obvious parallel to Cecil's own atonement quest (and eventual class change to a Paladin).
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Defeat Means Friendship
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Leila. She tries to hold you up when you first meet her, but once she joins the team, she apparently loses her every villainous desire and proves herself to be a trustworthy ally. She even briefly leads the rebel army while Princess Hilda is imprisoned and Prince Gordon joins the heroes to rescue her.
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Violation of Common Sense
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Violation of Common Sense: Due to how each stat is leveled (through use), you get some very gimmicky ways of leveling up certain ones. HP is most easily leveled by either repeatedly hitting yourself, or by using Swap to knock your HP down to low levels, and then healing yourself back up. Similarly, MP is leveled with use, so the easiest way to increase MP is to use Sap on yourself over and over again to get it to low levels, finish the battle to register the leveling, and then sleep at an inn to restore it all for cheap. Shield can be easily leveled by equipping two shields on everyone, going into an encounter and tanking hit after hit, and then winning the battle with some low level magic.
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Heroes Fight Barehanded: You can focus on the barehanded fight and obtain good results.
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The Medic
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The Medic: Minwu. He joins your party with excellent magic attributes and has nearly every White Magic spell learned and at high levels.
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Bishōnen
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Bishōnen: Firion to some extent, but Emperor Mateus is the first bishonen villain in the series, thus setting the trend for many more to come.
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Stripperiffic: Maria wears half a shirt with a metal cup covering one breast, being the first heroine in a long line of these in the series. Her appearance in the Origins and PSP FMV cutscene shows her wearing a completely different outfit with more to it. Not to be outdone, Guy wears a chestplate that bares his midriff and what can only be described as bikini briefs in his artwork. Most versions of the game have him wearing modest green clothing, but in the PSP version, his battle sprite is faithful to his artwork.
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Royals Who Actually Do Something: Hilda who leads the rebellion and Gordon who teams up with your party on occasion.
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Wild Child: Guy. According to the All There in the Manual backstory, this is the official explanation for his being able to talk with animals, as well as his somewhat lacking grammar.
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Ambiguous Situation: The reasons for Leon's betrayal and continued loyalty to the Empire. The Empire is capable of brainwashing, and Maria firmly believes Leon to be a victim of it. However, Leon remains as the Dark Knight and makes a One World Order speech even after the Emperor's temporary demise, when he presumably wouldn't be under anyone's control. It's never made clear whether his initial defection was brainwashing, conversion, some sort of Starscream gambit, or what, although the novel suggests the former.
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Ominous Floating Castle: The Cyclone is a flying fortress which generates an artificial tornado around itself. Once the Emperor returns from Hell, the imperial palace is transmogrified into Pandaemonium.
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Not the Intended Use: Using the Swap spell to turn you into a statistical Physical God. Its intended use was likely for emergency HP/MP refill purposes. Due to the way character advancement work in this game, it is possible (and in fact recommendable) to have each character start each battle early on with 2 shields, and just run around slaying hornets and goblins. The reason for this is that when you have shields in both hands, the characters cannot attack, but they will grow proficient with shields really fast. Later on in the game, when shields are practically necessary for survival, it pays off to have increased this skill early on.
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Everybody's Dead, Dave
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Everybody's Dead, Dave: When the Cyclone strikes, a good number of the towns on the map are utterly destroyed. After things like the Dreadnought, you could still go in to buy potions and hear the shellshocked survivors say that their friends and family were killed. Not so here—there is simply a grey patch of ruins on the map that you cannot enter, because no one has survived. The only places spared are Fynn and far distant towns like Salamand.
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Aborted Arc: A major subplot is the party unsealing the bindings on the forbidden Ultima Tome which teaches you Ultima, and the Mysidian library mentions Ultima was originally crafted to destroy the risen palace of Hell, Pandaemonium. It appears, but once you acquire it, Ultima has no storyline relevance and usage of it is entirely optional.
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So Long, and Thanks for All the Gear
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So Long, and Thanks for All the Gear: Every fourth party member who leaves your party permanently will take their weapons and armor with them forever. This actually serves a purpose in Soul of Rebirth, though, where three of your four player characters were playable in the main game, so it'll be easier if you left their equipment on them. However, you're out of luck if one of your party members leaves without dying, since you won't be using them in Soul of Rebirth.
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Failure Is the Only Option
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Failure Is the Only Option: Even if the party somehow wins the first battle the game continues as though they lost. In the remakes, it returns to the title screen instead.
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The Arcane Labyrinth, while much more merciful than the Labyrinth of Time, still have some annoying floors, like Palamecia, which is full of Trap Doors that teleport you back to the start.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: The Revive and Destroy spells from the PSP version — the first will revive and completely heal everyone in the fight, including the enemies. Destroy will kill everything on the screen (including your allies), except the caster, who will be left with 1 HP.
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Attack Backfire: This is the first game in the series with elemental absorption — attacking an ice monster with Blizzard spells will heal it, for example. Notably, this applies to status-inflicting spells, as they have their own elements. Using Drain spells or the Blood Sword against undead enemies will heal them and damage the user.
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Beef Gate: The world map is mostly one giant continent, and it is possible to wander too far if you're not careful and end up being curb-stomped by high-level random encounters. Hopping off a Chocobo in the wrong area can especially screw you over.
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Played with. You can freely roam the map, but if you visit the locations in sequential order, the enemies' ranks rise by 1 or 2 every few areas. About halfway through the game, the random encounters all get replaced to compete with your newfound power. Sometimes justified by how important the area is to the Emperor or, occasionally, a third party.
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!: At one point in the game, Princess Hilda, the leader of the rebel force, gets kidnapped. You have to sneak onto the Empire's warship, where she's being held, and break her out. It turns out that the Hilda you rescued isn't the real princess, but a Lamia Queen disguised as her, sent by the Emperor as part of a plot to kill you. Said plot involves the Lamia Queen, as Hilda, getting Firion alone and trying to seduce him. And although he's flustered at first, he almost falls for it. The only thing that saves him is Leila kicking the door in at the last minute, right as the Lamia Queen turns into her actual monstrous form, so the party can team up to kill her. Kansas City Shuffle: Building off of the above, when they go to rescue the real princess, the Emperor turns out to have faked an entire gladiatorial match just to set a trap for them. And the original airship? Turns out it wasn't his only idea for an aerial super weapon, or even the most dangerous. His friggin' castle has a booby trap on its top floor that drops down several floors, apparently just so it's impossible for anyone to land on his roof and assassinate him with a sneak attack.
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Bonus Dungeon
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Bonus Dungeon: Soul of Rebirth in the GBA remake. The PSP release added the Arcane Labyrinth and Arcane Sanctuary on top of this.
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White Mage
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White Mage: This game bucks the trend somewhat with Minwu, who is one of the rare males in FF history to canonically be a White Mage.
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Stat Grinding
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Mechanically, this is one of the first games with "improve by doing" system. So how do you improve your HP? By hitting each other.
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: The story falls pretty close into cynicism, although Firion and Maria are 100% dedicated to the cause. They overcome the Emperor's oppression and save the world... what's left of it, anyway.
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Rare Candy
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Rare Candy: The orbs at the top of Mysidia Tower which increase a specific stat on a random party member by 10 points.
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SpiritualSequel
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Spiritual Sequel: As noted in the intro text, this game begat the SaGa series. The gameplay is the same, they share the same "go anywhere" philosophy usually utilized in WRPGs, and Everybody's Dead, Dave tends to be a driving force in both games' themes, especially in the Romancing sequels.
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You Shall Not Pass
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You Shall Not Pass!: Ricard gets to do this in Castle Palamecia, when he takes on the resurrected Emperor, who's now wielding the powers of Hell, to buy the rest of your party time to escape.
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Degraded Boss: Lots. In fact, it's probably easier to list the bosses who don't go on later to become standard monster encounters. Even Gottos, the imperial commander at Fynn Castle, inexplicably ends up with clones of himself overrunning later dungeons.
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Magikarp Power: Status-affecting spells. At low levels, they're likely to miss entirely. Once you level them up a bit, they can greatly improve your stats or devastate enemies. Gordon. He starts with the lowest HP of any Guest-Star Party Member, but his high base stats allow him to catch up quickly and fit any role the player wishes to build him in.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_3f0310d6
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_3f0310d6
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_3f70415
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Because Destiny Says So
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_3f70415
comment
Because Destiny Says So: Minwu uses up all his life energy to break the seal on Ultima, but is surprisingly nonchalant about his own death, saying that it's his destiny.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_3f70415
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_3f70415
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_40a533db
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Guest-Star Party Member
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_40a533db
comment
Gordon. He starts with the lowest HP of any Guest-Star Party Member, but his high base stats allow him to catch up quickly and fit any role the player wishes to build him in.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_40a533db
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1.0
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_40a533db
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
type
Doomed Hometown
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
comment
Doomed Hometown: Played straight, but later inverted. Fynn falls to the Empire in the opening cutscene, and the heroes spend approximately half the game fighting to liberate it. They eventually succeed, but the rebel stronghold of Altair is destroyed in the wake of the Emperor's Cyclone. The Emperor is an equal-opportunity maniac: In fact, nearly every goddamn city in the game except the player's hometown is wiped out by either the Cyclone or the Dreadnought. There will be much rebuilding to come in the story's aftermath.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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Evil Sorcerer
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_434a6d40
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Evil Sorcerer: The Emperor.
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_43555d33
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Heroes Prefer Swords
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comment
Heroes Prefer Swords: Although any character can equip and train with any weapon, Firion starts off with a sword and his Infinity +1 Sword in the PSP version is the sword Ragnarok. Scott in Soul of Rebirth specializes in swords.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_43555d33
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_45bf382b
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Game Mod
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Game Mod: The Mod of Balance for the GBA Dawn of Souls version. While it mainly overhauls I, does include some rebalancing for II to "'unbreak' the character development mechanics" (weapon/melee skills rank slower, magic ranks faster, stats grow more "naturally" and don't need as much grinding), weapons/armor/spells were rebalanced, enemies and bosses got reworked a bit, and the timing for obtaining certain spells was tweaked.
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Infinity -1 Sword
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Infinity -1 Sword: The Excalibur, as well as the strongest weapons of each non-sword weapon type.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_485eb589
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Sealed Evil in a Can
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Sealed Evil in a Can: The portal to Hell was closed in the distant past using Ultima, until the Emperor somehow breaks the seal and brings Pandaemonium back into the world.
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White Hair, Black Heart
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White Hair, Black Heart: Firion averts it by being the hero. Mateus plays it straight by being the villain, though he's more platinum-blond than white or silver.
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Big Good
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4a852458
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Big Good: Princess Hilda.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: In the GBA remake Dawn of Souls which is rated E, Josef says "Dammit!" just before he is about to be crushed by a trap set by Borghen. This doesn't apply in the PSP remake, where it was rated T.
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Kansas City Shuffle
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comment
Kansas City Shuffle: Building off of the above, when they go to rescue the real princess, the Emperor turns out to have faked an entire gladiatorial match just to set a trap for them. And the original airship? Turns out it wasn't his only idea for an aerial super weapon, or even the most dangerous. His friggin' castle has a booby trap on its top floor that drops down several floors, apparently just so it's impossible for anyone to land on his roof and assassinate him with a sneak attack.
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type
Useless Useful Spell
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Useless Useful Spell: The Ultima spell. In the original game, it was glitched and didn't work as intended. In the remakes, its power rises with the skill levels of the user's other spells and skills, but it still requires a lot of high-level spells to make it inflict better damage than Flare or an elemental spell hitting a weakness The Fear spell, which usage is to frighten enemies into fleeing from battles so you won't have to risk your lives. While this looks good on paper, unfortunately, Boss monsters are immune against this spell. This spell also tends to miss a lot of times before you properly level it up, and even if the spell does its job, fleeing enemies don't give you any money, item drop, or even experiences (since technically you never beat them in a battle), meaning your magician uses their MP for nothing.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4c709317
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4c709317
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4e2ccd24
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North Is Cold, South Is Hot
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North Is Cold, South Is Hot: Played straight. The world map has a vast snowfield stretching on the northern part, while the southern part has two deserts and a tropical island.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4e2ccd24
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4e2ccd24
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See You in Hell
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See You in Hell: When Borghen triggers a boulder trap in his final moments, he says "I'll be waiting for you in Hell!" You actually do encounter him in Hell later on
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The Atoner
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The Atoner: Leon. In the ending, he leaves to parts unknown over the guilt he still has about his actions as the Dark Knight.
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4f4372e9
type
Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: This entry in the series was enormously experimental - character advancement worked differently, conversations worked differently, plot progression worked differently, you get the idea. Very little of it carried into future titles, though some of the ideas later branched off into the Romancing Saga series. Chocobo's Theme is shorter in this game, the full version of the song only appearing from Final Fantasy III onwards. Ricard, the first dragoon, can't use the "Jump" command.
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_4f4372e9
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_50d71a78
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Dual Wielding
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_50d71a78
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Dual Wielding: Everyone can do this with any weapon, save for bows. It can even be done with shields, sacrificing the ability to attack for increased Evasion.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_50d71a78
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5405b144
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Scratch Damage
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Scratch Damage: Averted. It is entirely possible for attacks to do zero damage if the target's Defense is high enough.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5405b144
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5405b144
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_553c910e
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This Isn't Heaven
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This Isn't Heaven: Inverted. In Soul of Rebirth, Cid is the first to realize that the setting isn't Hell.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_553c910e
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_553c910e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
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Bragging Rights Reward
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
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Bragging Rights Reward: The PSP version adds the Revive and Destroy tomes. They can only be gotten by completing the entire Arcane Labyrinth sequence, Arcane Sanctuary, and then defeating Bonus Boss Deumion, who can't be fought until you've done everything except beating the game's final boss. You can only pick one of the two tomes, and each one is an Awesome, but Impractical spell.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_55e5b37c
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_58204b95
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Magic Knight
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_58204b95
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Magic Knight: A possible way to build your characters. In the older versions, physical and magical stats would sometimes lower when using the other, though there is a net gain. The remakes remove lowering stats, making this much easier.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_58204b95
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Fragile Speedster
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Fragile Speedster: Equipping light armor and a shield turns a character into one of these. With high Agility and 99% evasion, most enemies can't hit the character even if they get a turn, but any physical attack that bypasses evasion may be a one-hit kill.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5979acea
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5979acea
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Hulk Speak
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5a59b3a1
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Hulk Speak: Guy; justified because he was raised by animals and later on adopted by humans.
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1.0
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type
Suspend Save
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comment
Suspend Save: Added to the handheld ports and Final Fantasy Origins.
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5a85d4d4
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Disc-One Nuke
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Disc-One Nuke: There are all sorts of ways to go about getting one of these before the first dungeon. A few of the simplest approaches: Unarmed attacks. Their attack power rises with each level, and unarmed power scales faster than weapon upgrades early on. Their effectiveness falters later on, when shields become much more useful and vital to survival. Grind until you can defeat the Captains roaming the streets of Fynn. They don't disappear when beaten and they drop Curse and Toad Tomes, as well as Flame Bows and Golden Armor, all of which aren't normally available until quite a bit later, as well as a fair bit of money. The Toad spell, in contrast to its normal usage, is only a Baleful Polymorph when used on your party members, while against enemies it functions as a One-Hit Kill. Only a few enemies are resistant to it and almost nothing is immune, not even most bosses, so with a few levels in it, that spell and the gear from the Captains can carry you through the whole game. After the first few Fetch Quests, Minwu joins, and he has the Teleport spell. In addition to its traditional use of escaping dungeons, this is also a One-Hit Kill against almost anything, and with a little grinding it can work just as well as toad mentioned above. Of course, Minwu won't stay with you for long, so to make use of this you'll have to either use him on the Captains mentioned above or... Reach Mysidia. The land route is inhabited by some of the most dangerous monsters in the overworld, or you can reach it as soon as you get a ship. The shops in Mysidia have the best purchasable gear in the game, giving you a large step up. In all versions of the game starting with the PS1 release, there is a Concentration minigame that can be accessed while riding the Snowcraft, by holding one button (either "Accept" or "Cancel"), and hitting the other a certain number of times. Normally, the prizes aren't really worth too much of your time (up to 40,000 gil and a varying-per-platform disposable prize for no mistakes). However, by leveling up Toad to L.16, you change the game and the prizes. For 0 mistakes, no matter the version, you get the Masamune, the most powerful sword in the game.
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5b81ca8d
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5bb56482
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Contractual Boss Immunity
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comment
Contractual Boss Immunity: Played with. Different bosses have different resistances, but many don't resist the Matter element, which includes several instant-death spells. The only ones it doesn't really work on are the Dark and Light Emperors, and Zombie Borghen, the last of which is technically vulnerable to the spells but has high enough magic defense stats to ensure that the spells have pretty much zero chance of hitting him, and the other two of which are flat-out immune. In the NES version it's possible to take out the Dark Emperor with Matter spells by exploiting a glitch, but it takes longer than just killing him with the Blood Sword, and said glitch is removed from later versions.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5bb56482
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Public Domain Soundtrack
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Public Domain Soundtrack: Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake begins playing during a particularly dramatic sequence.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_5f70322e
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Heel–Face Turn
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Heel–Face Turn: Leila accepts the party's offer to join the Rebellion after they deal with her pirates. Leon, after the Emperor returns from Hell.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_617f0563
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Nintendo Hard
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Between its unreasonable difficulty level and brutal death count, this 1988 game takes the usually cheerful standard 90s JRPG story of La Résistance out to fight The Empire and makes it as gritty as the NES can. Your plucky orphans are depressed young adults who have nowhere else to go, no idea what they're doing, and admit it, while the other resistance members insult your characters for it. The heroes win many important victories against the Empire, but once The Emperor gets his hands on the Cyclone, he devastates much of the world before the heroes can stop him, unlike other main antagonists, who might be thwarted before they do any significant damage. Even at the end of the game, Maria fails to reunite with her brother, and Firion, rather than trying to stop Leon from leaving, says the war has changed him, although he holds out hope for Leon's return. This was the first Final Fantasy game that had a proper plot and defined characters.
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
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comment
Gameplay and Story Segregation: As in many Final Fantasy games, there are plenty of deaths, and no amount of Life spells will bring them back. This is also the last game to actually call defeated characters "dead" instead of "KO", so it's even more obvious. This is especially egregious when the king dies while being treated by Minwu, despite earlier having saved the main characters from their near-deaths in the first battle. It's not the body that was dying…
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Black Magician Girl
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Black Magician Girl: While any of the party members can be made into Black Mages, Maria's starting stats are best suited for the role.
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_635d561f
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Heroic Sacrifice
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comment
Heroic Sacrifice: Enough for an entire second party: Scott holds off the Imperial forces attacking Fynn, and is mortally wounded as a result. Josef holds back a boulder loosed by Borghen to allow Firion, Maria, and Guy to escape. Minwu gives his life to break the seal on the Ultima magic. Ricard pulls a You Shall Not Pass! on the risen-from-Hell Emperor to allow the others to escape.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6439de78
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6439de78
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Talk to Everyone
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comment
Everyone knows you're supposed to Talk to Everyone in a JRPG. Not so much in FFII, where most early areas are populated by genuinely dangerous guard enemies who will slaughter you for talking to them.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_66a7aff7
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_66a7aff7
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Evil Laugh
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comment
The goofy sounding Evil Laugh might be intentional, since while Kefka was an Ax-Crazy Omnicidal Maniac with the power to back it up, Borghen is a Small Name, Big Ego villain with little real power whose "boss fight" is a complete joke.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_68068108
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Revive Kills Zombie
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comment
Revive Kills Zombie: The first Final Fantasy game to utilize it.
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Meaningful Name
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comment
Meaningful Name: Borghen's name likely comes from the blatantly corrupt House of Borgia.
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
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Disc-One Final Boss
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Disc-One Final Boss: Played with and subverted. You confront and kill the Emperor in a disappointingly underwhelming boss fight. Everyone begins to celebrate, when the Emperor's Dark Knight reappears to take the reins of the empire. Our heroes go to Castle Palamecia to confront him, but as soon as they do, guess who's back...
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6de71c57
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
type
Guide Dang It!
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
comment
Guide Dang It!: Adding to the difficulty of the weird leveling system, the game never tells you several important things, making it seem even harder. Although it was removed in the remakes, the Famicom version gives almost every piece of equipment a spellcasting penalty, in the vein of D&D. The penalty for non-damage spells makes them nearly useless if your mage isn't stark naked, at least until you find some mage robes in a late dungeon. Obtaining the Revive Tome in the 20th Anniversary release requires you to find Deumion before the guards on the "Guardian" floor of the Arcane Labyrinth. You can't simply walk to his home though, even if you know which one it is, you have to speak to the guards, then you have to follow them through town via the back alleys, heading them off several times. The trick is that only a certain path to try and head them off will succeed, fail and they make it to Deumion instantly. And contrary to the hint given, no you do not take the shortest path, in fact some of the paths you take are closer to the longest path. In the final segment, the guards walk straight to Deumion's house, and in a manner that defies all logic, you have to head up and trace Deumion's steps through an alley and south to his home in order to beat them there, just following them again has them get there first, but somehow taking the long way around gets you there first. The world map in this game is one big continent with few small islands. Accidentally wandering off too far will result in getting ambushed by high-level monsters and unless you have done some rigorous Stat Grinding and possessing rare weapons/spells, you won't be able to walk out alive. While there are vague hints from some NPCs which you may have talked to or not, nothing in this game tells you about which place is safe to go and which place is not safe other than first-hand experience of crushing defeat during random encounters. This becomes problematic in the early part of the adventure when your party don't have a map yet and don't know where to go to advance the storyline.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6edb0066
type
Zero-Effort Boss
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6edb0066
comment
Leila accepts the party's offer to join the Rebellion after they deal with her pirates.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6edb0066
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6edb0066
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_6edb0066
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_707193f6
type
Aloof Big Brother
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_707193f6
comment
Aloof Big Brother: Leon to Maria.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_707193f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_707193f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_707193f6
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
type
Plotline Death
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
comment
Plotline Death: No less than three player characters bite it during the course of the game - Josef is the first to go, getting crushed to death by a boulder after the party takes care of Borghen. Next is Minwu, who has to sacrifice all his life energy to give the party access to Ultima. Finally, Ricard sticks around Palamecia Castle for a few fatal minutes in order to allow the party time to escape while the resurrected Emperor is busy tearing the place apart. Cid perishes from his wounds after his airship is clipped by the Cyclone. It's the first (but by no means the last) time his namesake has died in Final Fantasy. In the GBA remake, the Soul of Rebirth mode has you play as those three characters, plus Scott to take out a strange being who's taken over the afterlife. Cid's soul also appears in this realm.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
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1.0
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7276d0de
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Mugging the Monster
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7276d0de
comment
Mugging the Monster: Leila first meets your party when she gets nine of her crew to attack you. After a rather effortless battle, she wisely switches sides.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7276d0de
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7276d0de
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7276d0de
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_76d6c3df
type
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_76d6c3df
comment
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place: It's a safe bet that "Pandaemonium" isn't a health spa.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_76d6c3df
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_76d6c3df
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_76d6c3df
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_77948f9e
type
Global Airship
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_77948f9e
comment
Global Airship: The first to be owned by someone named "Cid".
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_77948f9e
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1.0
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_77948f9e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7870735b
type
From Bad to Worse
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7870735b
comment
From Bad to Worse: Any time you think things are looking up, you're only setting yourself up to be proven wrong. The game is pretty much an escalation of the Emperor one-upping every move you make against him and destroying a couple towns or killing an important ally in the process.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7870735b
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7870735b
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7bf14666
type
And Now for Someone Completely Different
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7bf14666
comment
And Now for Someone Completely Different: Soul of Rebirth has Minwu as the central protagonist, taking place right after he dies.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7bf14666
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7bf14666
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7d3da681
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The Legions of Hell
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7d3da681
comment
The Legions of Hell: According to the opening, the monsters roaming the land were summoned from the underworld by the Emperor, to help him in Taking Over The World.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7d3da681
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7d3da681
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7d3da681
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7deb3fb1
type
Crutch Character
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7deb3fb1
comment
Crutch Character: Minwu. Although his stats are very high when you first recruit him, he leaves before he gets to become useful. When you play as him in Soul of Rebirth, he becomes normalized, since he is the main character. Interestingly, this can be inverted, however, if you grind your main three characters a lot, giving them at least twice as much HP as the fourth character when they join.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7deb3fb1
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1.0
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7deb3fb1
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7e02bded
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Fetch Quest
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7e02bded
comment
After the first few Fetch Quests, Minwu joins, and he has the Teleport spell. In addition to its traditional use of escaping dungeons, this is also a One-Hit Kill against almost anything, and with a little grinding it can work just as well as toad mentioned above. Of course, Minwu won't stay with you for long, so to make use of this you'll have to either use him on the Captains mentioned above or...
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7e02bded
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1.0
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_7e02bded
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8409a385
type
Exactly What It Says on the Tin
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8409a385
comment
The Fear spell, which usage is to frighten enemies into fleeing from battles so you won't have to risk your lives. While this looks good on paper, unfortunately, Boss monsters are immune against this spell. This spell also tends to miss a lot of times before you properly level it up, and even if the spell does its job, fleeing enemies don't give you any money, item drop, or even experiences (since technically you never beat them in a battle), meaning your magician uses their MP for nothing.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8409a385
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8409a385
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_89a17726
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Spell My Name with an
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_89a17726
comment
Spell My Name with an "S": Frioniel was changed to Firion in the English translation for name-space restrictions; Leonhart to Leon for the same reason. Guy was named Gus in the PSX translation, but then renamed to Guy for the GBA. Same goes for Minwu (renamed "Mindu" in the PSX version). Mr. Highwind is a particularly egregious example. He was called Edward in the translation of the prototype English version for the NES, Gareth in the PSX translation, and Ricard on the GBA and PSP versions, which is most likely supposed to be Richard, based off his name in Japan, but is over the letter limit. In Dissidia Final Fantasy, his name on the Player Icons of him is Richard. Thunder and Blizzard in the original were changed to Lit-x and Ice-x respectively, where 'x' is the spell's level. In the Origins version, a certain White Magic was named 'Life'. In the European version of the GBA port, this became Raise.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_89a17726
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_89a17726
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8b606a51
type
There Is No Kill Like Overkill
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8b606a51
comment
There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Ricard tells the Emperor that he "might have some trouble slaying the last of the Dragoons." The Emperor's response? He blows up the entire castle that they're standing in. Admittedly, he needed to do that anyway to raise Pandaemonium in its place, but it just goes to show that the resurrected Emperor doesn't screw around.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8b606a51
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8b606a51
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8e9cf84e
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8e9cf84e
comment
"Blind Idiot" Translation: An English translation was actually produced for a North American NES release that never happened. Which is just as well, considering that the resulting translation, just to start with, consistently spelled "pirates" as "piretes," turned Beelzebub into "Beelzlbl," and had the boss Gottos shriek "Rebellions!" when confronted by the rebels.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8e9cf84e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8e9cf84e
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_8e9cf84e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_91526ff7
type
Absurdly High Level Cap
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_91526ff7
comment
Absurdly High Level Cap: Weapon and Spell proficiency maxes at Level 16. Odds are, by the end of the game, most of your skills will be no higher than level 10, if they're commonly-used skills. Because of the Anti-Grinding rank system, actually getting a skill to Level 16 practically requires either hunting down random-encounter Bosses in Mook Clothing or prolonging fights to absurd degrees.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_91526ff7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_91526ff7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_91526ff7
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_933576c8
type
Mighty Glacier
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_933576c8
comment
Mighty Glacier: Guy starts with the highest power and the most HP but the lowest agility of the main characters.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_933576c8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_933576c8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_933576c8
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9578e935
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Bare Your Midriff
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9578e935
comment
Not to be outdone, Guy wears a chestplate that bares his midriff and what can only be described as bikini briefs in his artwork. Most versions of the game have him wearing modest green clothing, but in the PSP version, his battle sprite is faithful to his artwork.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9578e935
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9578e935
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9578e935
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_970c790a
type
Big Bad
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_970c790a
comment
Big Bad: The Emperor.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_970c790a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_970c790a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_970c790a
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a4ff3b1
type
Post-End Game Content
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a4ff3b1
comment
Post-End Game Content: Beating the game unlocks Soul of Rebirth, and also access to the Arcane Labyrinth in the PSP version.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a4ff3b1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a4ff3b1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a4ff3b1
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a8b3185
type
DiskOneNuke
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a8b3185
comment
Imperial-occupied Fynn is a more straightforward example; while trying to fight the captains there is an exercise in futility when you first arrive, once you return with Minwu (and thus a backrow caster with access to hundreds of castings of area Life), beating them becomes trivial as long as you keep reviving your teammates. Thus, you have a region of high-level, instantly-respawning enemies with good loot just a hop, skip, and a canoe ride away from a convenient city. Since Minwu (temporarily) joins the party just after the first visit to Fynn, this technique can easily produce a Disk One Nuke.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a8b3185
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a8b3185
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9a8b3185
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9bfbf9f3
type
Chainmail Bikini
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9bfbf9f3
comment
Chainmail Bikini: Guy's artwork and his PSP sprite has him wearing a breastplate that bares his midriff, some shoulder pads, a cape, and a pair of briefs. He has a much more...normal outfit in the Origins and Dawn of Souls versions. Maria sports half of one, with her leotard-like outfit covering her other breast.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9bfbf9f3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9bfbf9f3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9bfbf9f3
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
type
Interface Spoiler
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
comment
Interface Spoiler: There is a cape east of Mysidia that is about a quarter of the length of the world map, but is completely empty. Guess where the Jade Passage opens up at the end of the game?
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9dab0a6e
type
Continuity Nod
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9dab0a6e
comment
Continuity Nod: Asking Gordon about mythril will have him note that Scott had a prized sword made of the material. Guess what Scott's default weapon in Soul of Rebirth is.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9dab0a6e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9dab0a6e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_9dab0a6e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a18fda9c
type
Dumb Muscle
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a18fda9c
comment
Dumb Muscle: Guy is one of the most pronounced examples in Final Fantasy history. He's so slow, he's barely capable of speech (except with animals because it's All There In The Japan-exclusive Novelization that he's a Wild Child.) Then again, it might just be a language barrier, rather than outright stupidity—he (along with everyone else) can use magic, after all.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a18fda9c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a18fda9c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a18fda9c
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a2dd3c5
type
My Death Is Just the Beginning
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a2dd3c5
comment
My Death Is Just the Beginning: The Emperor again. Arguably, his plan was to let himself be killed by the heroes when he's in the Cyclone, since after his death, he takes over the entire afterlife and comes back stronger.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a2dd3c5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a2dd3c5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a2dd3c5
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a51933bd
type
Icon of Rebellion
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a51933bd
comment
Icon of Rebellion: The Wild Rose of the Wild Rose Rebellion.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a51933bd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a51933bd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a51933bd
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a5e02e9e
type
Infinity +1 Sword
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a5e02e9e
comment
Infinity +1 Sword: The Masamune. The GBA version gives each of the characters in Soul of Rebirth their own exclusive ultimate weapon (save for Josef, who instead gets an exclusive piece of armor) and the PSP version gives every character in the main game a unique ultimate weapon from the Bonus Dungeon.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a5e02e9e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a5e02e9e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a5e02e9e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a60f7120
type
Physical God
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a60f7120
comment
Using the Swap spell to turn you into a statistical Physical God. Its intended use was likely for emergency HP/MP refill purposes.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a60f7120
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a60f7120
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a60f7120
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a87b7e81
type
Scenery Dissonance
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a87b7e81
comment
Scenery Dissonance: Type 1. Hell looks like a pink and green crystalline palace.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a87b7e81
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a87b7e81
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_a87b7e81
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_aa2bd65c
type
Mordor
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_aa2bd65c
comment
Mordor: Palamecia lies nestled in an impenetrable mountain range surrounded by the largest desert in the world.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_aa2bd65c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_aa2bd65c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_aa2bd65c
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_abc66b07
type
Evolving Attack
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_abc66b07
comment
Evolving Attack: Weapon and spell skill levels. Weapons get more hits (with unarmed attacks doing more damage), while spells get stronger and have flashier animations.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_abc66b07
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_abc66b07
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_abc66b07
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_ad9fbc1e
type
Pyrrhic Victory
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_ad9fbc1e
comment
Pyrrhic Victory: By the time the party finally defeats the Emperor for good, practically every town in the game is destroyed, and at least half the world's population is killed, including some playable characters. It may be a victory, but it certainly doesn't feel much like one.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_ad9fbc1e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_ad9fbc1e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_ad9fbc1e
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_af3ea0e3
type
Face–Heel Turn
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_af3ea0e3
comment
Face–Heel Turn: Leon after his disappearance.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_af3ea0e3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_af3ea0e3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_af3ea0e3
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b1619b3c
type
Omnicidal Maniac
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b1619b3c
comment
Omnicidal Maniac: Emperor Mateus goes from wanting to rule the world in life to wanting to destroy it after coming back from Hell.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b1619b3c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b1619b3c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b1619b3c
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b465f5e5
type
Level-Map Display
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b465f5e5
comment
Level-Map Display: Pressing a combination of buttons on the Overworld Not to Scale displays its zoomed-out version.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b465f5e5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b465f5e5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b465f5e5
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b4c406a6
type
Death by Despair
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b4c406a6
comment
It's not the body that was dying…
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b4c406a6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b4c406a6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b4c406a6
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b7d41084
type
You Rebel Scum!
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b7d41084
comment
You Rebel Scum!: "Rebel curs!" is the last thing you will hear before a brutal ass-whooping.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b7d41084
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b7d41084
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b7d41084
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b9d334b2
type
Aerith and Bob
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b9d334b2
comment
Aerith and Bob: Maria, Guy, Leon, Scott, Gordon, Leila, and Ricard are all fairly ordinary names that wouldn't be too surprising to run into in real life. Firion and Minwu, however, are not.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b9d334b2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b9d334b2
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_b9d334b2
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc1865fb
type
Deader Than Dead
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc1865fb
comment
Deader Than Dead: Both the Emperor and Borghen are re-fought in hell's castle Pandaemonium after their first deaths, the former in a demon form (though not classified as undead), having raised Pandaemonium himself after his return, and the latter in zombie form, having been inside Pandaemonium when it was summoned. Both are re-killed, presumably erasing them from existence. Further implied if you go by Soul of Rebirth which says the Emperor's soul was split in two, and his light half, who took over Heaven, is killed as well.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc1865fb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc1865fb
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc1865fb
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc37d80d
type
So Proud of You
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc37d80d
comment
So Proud of You: In the Soul of Rebirth ending, the deceased party expresses this towards the main party and their loved ones.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc37d80d
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc37d80d
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bc37d80d
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_be3e7584
type
Brutal Bonus Level
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_be3e7584
comment
Brutal Bonus Level: Soul of Rebirth gives you the control of the deceased characters. However, two of them (Minwu and Josef) are playable early in the game and retain what ever equipment, skills, and stats they were given before they leave, rendering them underdeveloped and easy to kill if you did not take the extra time to Level Grind them. Even if Ricard has end-game stats and/or is given the blood sword, it still doesn't make Soul of Rebirth a lot less difficult. The Arcane Labyrinth, while much more merciful than the Labyrinth of Time, still have some annoying floors, like Palamecia, which is full of Trap Doors that teleport you back to the start.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_be3e7584
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_be3e7584
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_be3e7584
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bfad4265
type
I Have You Now, My Pretty
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bfad4265
comment
I Have You Now, My Pretty: Not in game, but an official Amano illustration featured in the novelization is this all over◊.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bfad4265
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bfad4265
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_bfad4265
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03860d2
type
Womb Level
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03860d2
comment
Womb Level: Leviathan. Apparently his first appearance before he shows up as a summon in later FF games, he's a dungeon in this one, and you're walking around in his guts.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03860d2
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03860d2
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03860d2
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03fec8b
type
Non-Standard Game Over
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03fec8b
comment
Nonstandard Game Over: What reportedly happens in remakes if you beat the Elite Mook Hopeless Boss Fight in the opening sequence. It's not a Game Over per se, but it does take you back to the title screen as a Game Over would, instead of continuing the game.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03fec8b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03fec8b
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c03fec8b
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c26e2b1
type
New Powers as the Plot Demands
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c26e2b1
comment
New Powers as the Plot Demands: If you have not read the manual, Guy, who speaks only a few times in the entire game, will suddenly and conveniently reveal his ability to speak beaver at a critical juncture.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c26e2b1
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c26e2b1
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c26e2b1
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c67af1b0
type
Big Bad Wannabe
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c67af1b0
comment
Big Bad Wannabe: Leon, who took control of the empire after the Emperor's death. When the party confronts him, the Emperor waltzes in to remind everyone who the real Big Bad still is before an actual fight can break out.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c67af1b0
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c67af1b0
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c67af1b0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c75df49a
type
Shout-Out
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c75df49a
comment
Shout-Out: In the re-release, Cid's tiny airship is gobbled up by the Dreadnought in another homage to Square's favorite film, A New Hope.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c75df49a
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c75df49a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_c75df49a
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_caf89e54
type
Taking You with Me
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_caf89e54
comment
Taking You with Me: Borghen springs a boulder trap just before his death to kill the heroes, succeeding in killing Josef.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_caf89e54
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_caf89e54
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_caf89e54
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_cd8e3cc8
type
Retroactive Legacy
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comment
Retroactive Legacy: Originally, Kain from FFIV shared the same surname Ricard as an in-joke/Shout-Out. The GBA remake of II continued the injoke by giving its playable dragoon the surname Highwind, and the little boy who survived the poisoning of Deist the name Kain. And one of the game manuals to IV (Final Fantasy IV Settei Shiryou Hen, for those curious) says that Leon is the one who left Deathbringer with King Fabul and that after the events of the game, Leon renounced his status as a Dark Knight and became a priest, an obvious parallel to Cecil's own atonement quest (and eventual class change to a Paladin).
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_cd8e3cc8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_cd8e3cc8
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_cd8e3cc8
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2096ad9
type
Aborted Declaration of Love
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2096ad9
comment
Aborted Declaration of Love: Scott initially asks the heroes to tell Hilda he loves her, but then orders them not to, saying that she would only be pained to hear that from a dying man.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2096ad9
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2096ad9
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2096ad9
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2ac8eb2
type
Keywords Conversation
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2ac8eb2
comment
Keywords Conversation: The game is the only entry in the series to use these.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2ac8eb2
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2ac8eb2
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d2ac8eb2
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7472e4f
type
Kicked Upstairs
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comment
Kicked Upstairs: The Emperor gets killed by the heroes... he can't do any harm dead, right? Well, actually, you kicked him upstairs to becoming the ruler of the entire afterlife (since the Emperor's soul split into two for some reason and ruled Heaven and Hell, respectively).
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7472e4f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7472e4f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7472e4f
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7b34c31
type
Everyone Calls Him
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7b34c31
comment
Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": The Emperor, who is only ever referred to in the game (and in Dissidia Final Fantasy) by his title. His actual name, Mateus, only appears in the Japanese novelization of the game.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7b34c31
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7b34c31
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_d7b34c31
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae59ff8
type
Empty Room Psych
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae59ff8
comment
Empty Room Psych: LOTS. You will grow to hate random doors in walls. And they all have ridiculously high encounter rates and place you away from their entrance—you're lucky to get out of them without at least one random battle. Adding insult to injury, some of what look like doors to yet more empty rooms turn out to actually contain valuable treasure or lead further into the dungeon. These rooms are excellent places for grinding in the remake versions, however.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae59ff8
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae59ff8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae59ff8
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae5c997
type
Action Girl
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae5c997
comment
Action Girl: Maria and Leila.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae5c997
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae5c997
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dae5c997
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
type
A God Am I
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
comment
A God Am I: The Emperor.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_dc1761bd
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e207247
type
Technicolor Death
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e207247
comment
Technicolor Death
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e207247
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e207247
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e207247
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e303d198
type
Whole Plot Reference
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e303d198
comment
Whole Plot Reference: To Star Wars, especially A New Hope. Princess Hilda = Princess Leia, Dreadnaught = Death Star, Dark Knight / Leon = Vader / Anakin, Empire = Empire, Rebels = Rebels. Rebels being chased and overtaken by The Empire at the start of the game? Check. The heroes seeking the aid of a pilot with a form of fast transportation? Check. A party member making a Heroic Sacrifice (and being completely calm and accepting of it) to motivate the heroes to fight on? Check. A huge doomsday weapon that threatens the world/galaxy? Check. A family member becoming The Dragon to the Big Bad? Check. Said Dragon having a Heel Realization near the end? Check. The Big Bad himself being the Emperor? Check. The Big Bad having plans for a second doomsday weapon? Check.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e303d198
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e303d198
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e303d198
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e543a655
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Light Is Not Good
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e543a655
comment
Light Is Not Good: The Light Emperor.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e543a655
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e543a655
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e543a655
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e5d8460d
type
Unexplained Recovery
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e5d8460d
comment
Unexplained Recovery: Leila mysteriously disappears in the middle of the sea when the ship is swallowed by the Leviathan, then reappears in Altair's Castle with no explanation.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e5d8460d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e5d8460d
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e5d8460d
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e68d9ddd
type
Not Blood Siblings
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e68d9ddd
comment
Not Blood Siblings: Additional information states that Firion is Maria and Leon's adoptive brother. This works out well for Maria, since canonically she's in love with him, and the novel makes them an Official Couple.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e68d9ddd
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e68d9ddd
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_e68d9ddd
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_edf841f6
type
Worthless Treasure Twist
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_edf841f6
comment
Worthless Treasure Twist: A story on Ultima suggests one programmer chose not to fix the bug that made it nearly useless in the original Famicon version (and even prevented others from fixing it) because he thought an ancient technique would logically be unimpressive compared to spells developed later on.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_edf841f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_edf841f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_edf841f6
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f0e85546
type
Unbuilt Trope
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f0e85546
comment
Unbuilt Trope: Between its unreasonable difficulty level and brutal death count, this 1988 game takes the usually cheerful standard 90s JRPG story of La Résistance out to fight The Empire and makes it as gritty as the NES can. Your plucky orphans are depressed young adults who have nowhere else to go, no idea what they're doing, and admit it, while the other resistance members insult your characters for it. The heroes win many important victories against the Empire, but once The Emperor gets his hands on the Cyclone, he devastates much of the world before the heroes can stop him, unlike other main antagonists, who might be thwarted before they do any significant damage. Even at the end of the game, Maria fails to reunite with her brother, and Firion, rather than trying to stop Leon from leaving, says the war has changed him, although he holds out hope for Leon's return. This was the first Final Fantasy game that had a proper plot and defined characters. Note also that the Final Fantasy gender roles appear subversive here, with a male White Mage (who's even given a plot about sacrificing himself to unseal a spell that would be later associated with romantic heroines like Aeris and Yuna), and Maria, a warrior with the kind of subplot about her evil brother that would later be exclusively associated with Mangsty male heroes like Cecil and Basch - but only because the gender roles hadn't been written yet. Mechanically, this is one of the first games with "improve by doing" system. So how do you improve your HP? By hitting each other. Everyone knows you're supposed to Talk to Everyone in a JRPG. Not so much in FFII, where most early areas are populated by genuinely dangerous guard enemies who will slaughter you for talking to them.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f0e85546
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f0e85546
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f0e85546
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f3f391f6
type
Fission Mailed
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f3f391f6
comment
Fission Mailed: The first battle is extremely one-sided, and ends with the entire party being beaten... then revived in a nearby castle, which kickstarts the plot.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f3f391f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f3f391f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f3f391f6
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f4fd424c
type
All Your Base Are Belong to Us
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f4fd424c
comment
All Your Base Are Belong to Us: Fynn falls to the Emperor's forces, and remains under occupation until the game's second half. Altair is among the towns obliterated by the Cyclone. Happily, Hilda and her royal court move into Fynn Castle.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f4fd424c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f4fd424c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f4fd424c
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f55a1990
type
Disc-One Final Dungeon
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f55a1990
comment
Disc-One Final Dungeon: The Cyclone and later Castle Palamecia.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f55a1990
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f55a1990
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f55a1990
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f642b1f9
type
You Bastard!
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f642b1f9
comment
You Bastard!: Choosing to kill Deumion in the latter remakes does not cast you in a positive light.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f642b1f9
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f642b1f9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f642b1f9
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f654419c
type
Baleful Polymorph
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f654419c
comment
Grind until you can defeat the Captains roaming the streets of Fynn. They don't disappear when beaten and they drop Curse and Toad Tomes, as well as Flame Bows and Golden Armor, all of which aren't normally available until quite a bit later, as well as a fair bit of money. The Toad spell, in contrast to its normal usage, is only a Baleful Polymorph when used on your party members, while against enemies it functions as a One-Hit Kill. Only a few enemies are resistant to it and almost nothing is immune, not even most bosses, so with a few levels in it, that spell and the gear from the Captains can carry you through the whole game.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f654419c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f654419c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f654419c
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6a0872
type
Mage Tower
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6a0872
comment
Mage Tower: The Mysidian Tower, where the Infinity +1 Spell Ultima is sealed away.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6a0872
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6a0872
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6a0872
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6ec1b9
type
Weapon of Choice
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6ec1b9
comment
Weapon of Choice: Each Guest-Star Party Member has their own starting proficiencies. Subverted with Gordon, who starts with fairly low weapon skills and no magic, but high base stats.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6ec1b9
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-0.3
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6ec1b9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f6ec1b9
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f821e963
type
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f821e963
comment
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon: Pandaemonium, after not one but two Disc One Final Dungeons, and a grueling cave you have to slog through in order to reach the dungeon itself.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f821e963
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f821e963
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f821e963
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f87c42d4
type
Video Game Cruelty Potential
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f87c42d4
comment
Video Game Cruelty Potential: Grinding your characters faster by forcing them into attacking themselves. In the Anniversary Edition, you can fight and kill Deumion, the non-villainous guardian of the Arcane Labyrinth, for the Destroy Tome (not long after befriending him and restoring his faith in humanity).
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f87c42d4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f87c42d4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f87c42d4
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f88f2449
type
Downer Beginning
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f88f2449
comment
Downer Beginning: The protagonists narrowly escape the razing of the kingdom of Fynn in the wake of the Palamecian army, only to be immediately ambushed in a Hopeless Boss Fight. It clearly sets the tone for this game.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f88f2449
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f88f2449
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f88f2449
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f95bc392
type
Brainwashing
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f95bc392
comment
Brainwashing: If you visit Bafsk before you make contact with Josef and obtain the Mythril, none of the townspeople will be able to talk to you. You can talk to the Dark Knight in the town square, but he tells you to get back to work. Afterwards, Borghen takes over and the townspeople implore you to stop the Dreadnought while saying that they feel like they were in a trance.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f95bc392
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f95bc392
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_f95bc392
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fb111d49
type
Sequence Breaking
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fb111d49
comment
Sequence Breaking: The dungeons can only be visited in the order the game lets you due to such locations being inaccessible until you acquire the next MacGuffin or a new mode of transportation. The towns however, can be visited in any order you like because right as you start the game you're free to wander the world as you wish. Beef Gates will hamper your efforts, but if you want you can head to Mysidia the second you leave Altair and, with enough level grinding to earn the cash, purchase some of the best spells and equipment in the game there.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fb111d49
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fb111d49
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fb111d49
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc07d409
type
Hopeless Boss Fight
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc07d409
comment
Hopeless Boss Fight: The Black Knights at the beginning. It is possible to win if you use cheat devices, though. While the NES version allows you to continue as if you had lost (Albeit with whatever items and money you got from the battle), the remakes send you straight back to the title screen.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc07d409
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc07d409
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc07d409
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc33ff16
type
One-Winged Angel
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comment
One-Winged Angel: The Emperor, twice if you count Soul of Rebirth.
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc33ff16
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc33ff16
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1.0
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_fc33ff16
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_name
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ItemName
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_name
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_name
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game) / int_name
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game)

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Action Prologue / int_86814cc3
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Armor and Magic Don't Mix / int_86814cc3
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Back for the Dead / int_86814cc3
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Back for the Finale / int_86814cc3
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Battleship Raid / int_86814cc3
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Beef Gate / int_86814cc3
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Beehive Barrier / int_86814cc3
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Bishōnen / int_86814cc3
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Black Knight / int_86814cc3
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Blow You Away / int_86814cc3
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Blue Is Heroic / int_86814cc3
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Bonus Boss / int_86814cc3
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Boss Bonanza / int_86814cc3
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Boss Remix / int_86814cc3
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Bottle Episode / int_86814cc3
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Bragging Rights Reward / int_86814cc3
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Brainwashed / int_86814cc3
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Brutal Bonus Level / int_86814cc3
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Cannot Talk to Women / int_86814cc3
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Can't Catch Up / int_86814cc3
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Captain Obvious Reveal / int_86814cc3
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Cast From Hit Points / int_86814cc3
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Chekhov M.I.A. / int_86814cc3
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Chest Monster / int_86814cc3
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Chokepoint Geography / int_86814cc3
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Collapsing Lair / int_86814cc3
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Combat and Support / int_86814cc3
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Combat Medic / int_86814cc3
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Combat Stilettos / int_86814cc3
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Comic-Book Fantasy Casting / int_86814cc3
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Contractual Boss Immunity / int_86814cc3
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Convenient Questing / int_86814cc3
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Convenient Replacement Character / int_86814cc3
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Conveniently an Orphan / int_86814cc3
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Cover Drop / int_86814cc3
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Crossover Ship / int_86814cc3
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Cut Song / int_86814cc3
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Cutscene Power to the Max / int_86814cc3
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Dark Is Evil / int_86814cc3
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Dark World / int_86814cc3
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Deader Than Dead / int_3bcd84e3
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Decapitated Army / int_86814cc3
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Degraded Boss / int_86814cc3
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Demon Lords and Archdevils / int_86814cc3
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Depending on the Artist / int_86814cc3
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Dialogue Tree / int_86814cc3
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Difficult, but Awesome / int_86814cc3
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Dimension Lord / int_86814cc3
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Disc-One Final Dungeon / int_86814cc3
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Do Well, but Not Perfect / int_86814cc3
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Doomed Hometown / int_86814cc3
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Downer Beginning / int_86814cc3
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Dragon Ascendant / int_86814cc3
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Dragon Knight / int_86814cc3
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Dragon Rider / int_86814cc3
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Dual Wielding / int_86814cc3
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Dungeon Town / int_86814cc3
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Dynamic Difficulty / int_86814cc3
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Egopolis / int_86814cc3
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'80s Hair / int_86814cc3
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Elemental Tiers / int_86814cc3
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11th-Hour Ranger / int_86814cc3
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Empty Room Psych / int_86814cc3
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Empty Room Until the Trap / int_86814cc3
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Establishing Series Moment / int_86814cc3
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Everybody's Dead, Dave / int_86814cc3
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Evil Is Sexy / int_86814cc3
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Evil Overlord / int_86814cc3
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Evil Tower of Ominousness / int_86814cc3
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Evolving Attack / int_86814cc3
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Exact Eavesdropping / int_86814cc3
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Experience Points / int_86814cc3
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Fairy Battle / int_86814cc3
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Fake King / int_86814cc3
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Fan Translation / int_86814cc3
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First Town / int_86814cc3
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Fission Mailed / int_86814cc3
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Foreseeing My Death / int_86814cc3
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Four Is Death / int_86814cc3
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Gadgeteer Genius / int_86814cc3
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Gaiden Game / int_86814cc3
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Gentle Giant / int_86814cc3
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Global Airship / int_86814cc3
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God-Emperor / int_86814cc3
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Guest-Star Party Member / int_86814cc3
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Guttural Growler / int_86814cc3
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Guyliner / int_86814cc3
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Guys Smash, Girls Shoot / int_86814cc3
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Ha Ha Ha No / int_86814cc3
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Healer Signs On Early / int_86814cc3
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Healing Hands / int_86814cc3
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Hell / int_86814cc3
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Hell Has New Management / int_86814cc3
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Hell on Earth / int_86814cc3
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Hell Seeker / int_86814cc3
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Hellhound / int_86814cc3
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Hello, [Insert Name Here] / int_86814cc3
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Hero Killer / int_86814cc3
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Heroes Fight Barehanded / int_86814cc3
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Heroes Prefer Swords / int_86814cc3
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High-Heel–Face Turn / int_86814cc3
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Horned Hairdo / int_86814cc3
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Hulk Speak / int_86814cc3
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Humans Are Bastards / int_86814cc3
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I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_86814cc3
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I Have You Now, My Pretty / int_86814cc3
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Icon of Rebellion / int_86814cc3
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Iconic Sequel Song / int_86814cc3
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Idiosyncratic Ship Naming / int_86814cc3
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Impassable Desert / int_86814cc3
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Improbable Accessory Effect / int_86814cc3
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Improbable Age / int_86814cc3
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In Medias Res / int_86814cc3
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Indy Escape / int_86814cc3
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Infinity +1 Sword / int_86814cc3
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Instant Runes / int_86814cc3
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Interface Spoiler / int_86814cc3
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It Began with a Twist of Fate / int_86814cc3
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It's All Upstairs from Here / int_86814cc3
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Jack-of-All-Stats / int_86814cc3
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Journey to Find Oneself / int_86814cc3
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Just Eat Him / int_86814cc3
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Keywords Conversation / int_86814cc3
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King Mook / int_86814cc3
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Kraken and Leviathan / int_86814cc3
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Lady of Black Magic / int_86814cc3
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Last Disc Magic / int_86814cc3
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Late Character Syndrome / int_86814cc3
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Late Export for You / int_86814cc3
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Lawful Evil / int_86814cc3
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Left-Handed Mirror / int_86814cc3
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Lethal Joke Character / int_86814cc3
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Level Grinding / int_86814cc3
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Level Scaling / int_86814cc3
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Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards / int_86814cc3
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Load-Bearing Hero / int_86814cc3
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Long-Haired Pretty Boy / int_86814cc3
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Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me / int_86814cc3
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MacGuffin Guardian / int_86814cc3
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Magic Is Mental / int_86814cc3
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Magic Misfire / int_86814cc3
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Magikarp Power / int_86814cc3
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Marathon Level / int_86814cc3
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Marth Debuted in / int_86814cc3
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Min-Maxing / int_86814cc3
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Money for Nothing / int_86814cc3
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Multi-Melee Master / int_86814cc3
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My Death Is Just the Beginning / int_86814cc3
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Named by the Adaptation / int_86814cc3
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Near-Villain Victory / int_86814cc3
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No Sidepaths, No Exploration, No Freedom / int_86814cc3
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No Stat Atrophy / int_86814cc3
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Noob Cave / int_86814cc3
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North Is Cold, South Is Hot / int_86814cc3
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Nostalgia Level / int_86814cc3
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Not Blood Siblings / int_86814cc3
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Not Completely Useless / int_3bcd84e3
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Not-So-Harmless Villain / int_86814cc3
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Now, Where Was I Going Again? / int_86814cc3
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Ominous Floating Castle / int_86814cc3
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One-Man Party / int_86814cc3
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One Stat to Rule Them All / int_86814cc3
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One-Time Dungeon / int_86814cc3
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Open Sesame / int_86814cc3
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Outside-the-Box Tactic / int_86814cc3
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Pamphlet Shelf / int_86814cc3
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Penultimate Weapon / int_86814cc3
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Percent Damage Attack / int_86814cc3
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Pimp Duds / int_86814cc3
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Pirate Girl / int_86814cc3
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Pitiful Worms / int_86814cc3
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Public Domain Soundtrack / int_86814cc3
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Puppet King / int_86814cc3
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Purple Is Powerful / int_86814cc3
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Rage Against the Heavens / int_3bcd84e3
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Rainbow Speak / int_86814cc3
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Rare Random Drop / int_86814cc3
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Recurring Boss / int_86814cc3
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Recurring Element / int_86814cc3
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Rescue Arc / int_86814cc3
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Revive Kills Zombie / int_86814cc3
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Satan / int_86814cc3
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Scenery Dissonance / int_86814cc3
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Scratch Damage / int_86814cc3
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See You in Hell / int_86814cc3
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Senseless Sacrifice / int_86814cc3
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Sequence Breaking / int_86814cc3
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Sinister Scimitar / int_86814cc3
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Sixth Ranger / int_86814cc3
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Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke / int_86814cc3
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Slaying Mantis / int_86814cc3
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Sliding Scale of Linearity vs. Openness / int_86814cc3
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Slippy-Slidey Ice World / int_86814cc3
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Slouch of Villainy / int_3bcd84e3
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Sole Survivor / int_86814cc3
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Someday This Will Come in Handy / int_86814cc3
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Songs in the Key of Lock / int_86814cc3
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Sophomore Slump / int_86814cc3
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Sorting Algorithm of Evil / int_86814cc3
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Sorting Algorithm of Weapon Effectiveness / int_86814cc3
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Spell Levels / int_86814cc3
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Spy Speak / int_86814cc3
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Squishy Wizard / int_86814cc3
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Standard Status Effects / int_86814cc3
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Stat Grinding / int_86814cc3
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Stay on the Path / int_86814cc3
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Stupidity Is the Only Option / int_86814cc3
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Suddenly Fluent in Gibberish / int_86814cc3
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Support Party Member / int_86814cc3
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Swallowed Whole / int_86814cc3
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Sword of Plot Advancement / int_86814cc3
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Tagline / int_86814cc3
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Take It to the Bridge / int_86814cc3
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Taking Over Heaven / int_3bcd84e3
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Talk Like a Pirate / int_86814cc3
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Technicolor Blade / int_86814cc3
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Technicolor Toxin / int_86814cc3
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The Emperor / int_86814cc3
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The Empire / int_86814cc3
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The End of the Beginning / int_3bcd84e3
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The Heavy / int_86814cc3
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The Legions of Hell / int_86814cc3
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The Medic / int_86814cc3
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The Mourning After / int_86814cc3
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The Napoleon / int_86814cc3
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The Red Mage / int_86814cc3
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The Very Definitely Final Dungeon / int_86814cc3
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They Died Because of You / int_86814cc3
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This Isn't Heaven / int_86814cc3
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This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman / int_86814cc3
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Tin Tyrant / int_86814cc3
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To Hell and Back / int_86814cc3
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Took a Shortcut / int_86814cc3
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Trap Master / int_86814cc3
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Trauma Inn / int_86814cc3
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Trippy Finale Syndrome / int_86814cc3
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Turncoat / int_86814cc3
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Two Girls to a Team / int_86814cc3
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Übermensch / int_86814cc3
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Un-Evil Laugh / int_86814cc3
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Un-Canceled / int_86814cc3
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Uncommon Time / int_86814cc3
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Unexpected Virgin / int_86814cc3
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Useless Useful Spell / int_86814cc3
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Vendor Trash / int_86814cc3
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Victory Pose / int_86814cc3
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Violation of Common Sense / int_86814cc3
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Warrior Prince / int_86814cc3
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Watching Troy Burn / int_86814cc3
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Welcome Back, Traitor / int_86814cc3
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Where I Was Born and Razed / int_86814cc3
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White Mage / int_86814cc3
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Wild Child / int_86814cc3
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Womb Level / int_86814cc3
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Xanatos Speed Chess / int_86814cc3
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You Can't Thwart Stage One / int_86814cc3
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You Don't Look Like You / int_86814cc3
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Zero-Effort Boss / int_86814cc3
 FinalFantasyInfinity
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
 Final Fantasy IV (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
 TouhouOmenTrilogy
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 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Dressed to Plunder / int_86814cc3
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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How Much Did You Hear? / int_86814cc3
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Portal Pool / int_86814cc3
 Final Fantasy II (Video Game)
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Pursued Protagonist / int_86814cc3