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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Final Fantasy VII is the seventh entry in the nerve-twistingly popular Final Fantasy series. It's one of the most famous games of all time, as it helped extend console RPGs into the West's mainstream gamer community and was seen as the PlayStation's Killer App in its battle against Sega and Nintendo. In 2013 it was released in downloadable form on Steam.The game's story begins in the industrial metropolis of Midgar. The city's prosperity has soared thanks to the electricity supplied by the Shinra Electric Power Company and their Mako Reactors. A eco-terrorist organisation known as AVALANCHE — who believe Mako Reactors are sucking the very Life Energy from the planet and will eventually bleed the world dry — has launched a violent offensive against the company and the Mako Reactors in an attempt to galvanize the less-fortunate portion of Midgar into action.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Cloud Strife, a former member of Shinra's elite private army SOLDIER, has joined AVALANCHE as a mercenary for hire. Alongside AVALANCHE leader Barrett Wallace and childhood friend Tifa Lockhart, Cloud begins to dig into the layers of corruption that permeate Shinra. The group discovers many of Shinra's secrets, including human experimentation and a plot to kidnap Aerith Gainsborough, a young woman believed to be the last of the mysterious Ancients.The fight against Shinra changes completely with the reappearance of Sephiroth, a legendary SOLDIER who has been AWOL for years and is now blazing a trail of death across the entire world. Cloud senses the threat Sephiroth poses, and in an attempt to save the world — as well as get some answers to long-forgotten questions — leads his allies in pursuit of his former comrade.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Squaresoft (now Square Enix) published Final Fantasy VII on Sony's PlayStation console after a falling-out with Nintendo over the latter's extreme censorship policies (as well as a reported refusal to move away from the industry-standard ROM cartridge, which severely limited the scope of a game). Sony was more than willing to permit more "mature" content on its systems; coupled with the then-impressive storage capacity of the CD-ROM format, this proved to be much more accommodating to Square's design philosophy than Nintendo's restrictions. Squaresoft's change in platform allegiance is said to been a major contribution to the PlayStation's massive success in the Console Wars, with many developers following Square into Sony's camp.Few people completely grasp the plot during the first playthrough; even for a RPG, this game can get extremely complicated. This is not helped by the poor translation, whose errors range from horrific spelling/grammar errors ("This guy are sick") to outright misinformation ("Attack while the tail is up"). The PC version corrected almost all of these errors, but also sanitized the game by censoring the most major expletives and having Barret generally speak normal English rather than Ebonics.For nearly two decades, aside from the PC, this game, like all of Square's output in the fifth and sixth console generations, was only playable on the PlayStation line of consoles, whether it be through backwards compatibility, Emulation, or a portnote for the PlayStation 4. This since has changed with Square Enix bringing the game to mobile phones in 2015 for iOS and 2016 for Android. In early 2019, VII was released on Microsoft's Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch alongside other PS1 and PS2-era installments.VII proved successful enough to spawn a fair amount of merchandise, including novellas told from various characters' perspectives and a raft of Spin Offs collectively known as the "Compilation of Final Fantasy VII". These various spinoffs include: Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, a full-length CG animated movie sequel Last Order: Final Fantasy VII, an OAV version of two flashbacks from the game; well known as the Oddball in the Series of the Compilation mostly due to its differing art style when compared to the other titles; animated by Madhouse (yes, that Madhouse) Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, a Third-Person Shooter sequel for PS2 set after Advent Children and focusing on Vincent Valentine Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, a PSP POV Prequel focusing on Posthumous Character Zack Fair Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, a Japan-only mobile phone game; tells the story of the Turks (mainly new ones, though the ones from the original game appear only as NPCs) as they fight the original incarnation of AVALANCHE, who were more villainous than the one led by Barrett On the Way to a Smile, an anthology of short stories detailing the events that lead up to Advent Children from the end of the original game, eventually released in book form around the same time as Advent Children Complete was released on Blu-Ray A remake titled Final Fantasy VII Remake for PlayStation 4 The Kids Are Alright: A Turks Side Story: A spin-off novel following new character Evan Townshend, a private detective living in Edge, and his interactions with the Turks. Takes place shortly before the events of Advent Children.The characters have made appearances in several Fighting Games, starting with the oft-forgotten Ehrgeiz. Cloud and Sephiroth would later be playable in Dissidia Final Fantasy, while Tifa would join the cast in the sequel (as would Aerith, as an assist character). Perhaps most surprisingly, Cloud was eventually announced as a Downloadable Content character for Nintendo's Mascot Fighter Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, given he didn't have a major presence on Nintendo's platforms at the time. Just as surprisingly, Cloud returned in the next installment Ultimate, with Sephiroth joining the fun later as the third playable character of the Fighters Pass Volume 2 DLC set.
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Sorting Algorithm of Deadness: Kind of a weird one. Tseng—slashed open by Sephiroth and left for dead: survived. Rufus—standing at ground zero as an energy blast from a 500ft tall monster explodes in his face: survived. Palmer—hit by a truck: survived. Aerith—impaled on a ridiculously long katana: dead. President Shinra—impaled on a ridiculously long katana: dead. Cloud—also impaled on a ridiculously long katana (three times so far), and fell hundreds of feet through the roof of a church: survived. (Partially justified by the SOLDIER procedure making people tougher although if you're weak-willed enough it can SERIOUSLY fuck with your head, Hojo forced Cloud through the procedure, and it worked at the cost of warping his memories and sending him comatose for a while.) Tifa—slashed across the chest by a ridiculously long katana: survived. She was a young teenager at the time. Plus, her mentor pulled her out of there, and got her immediate medical attention. Zack—shot... repeatedly: dead. Dyne—falls into a canyon: survived. Dyne—throws himself into a canyon: dead. Vincent—shot in the face by Hojo: survived...Kind of, the game is kind of vauge on if he died, was experimented on and was brought back, or was stabilized with a special kind of Materia, experimented on, then fully healed. Scarlet & Heidegger—riding in a stupidly-named Giant Mecha as it blows up: hilariously dead. Hojo—injected Jenova cells into his body and utterly thrashed by the protagonists: Oh shi- Sephiroth—pushed into a Mako reservoir by a really pissed off teenager: dead, but can resurrect at will.
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Dragon-in-Chief
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Dragon-in-Chief: Rufus, who's first the vice-president of Shinra, Inc. but then takes over for his father as president and becomes considerably more powerful.
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During Cloud's Heroic BSoD, he utters this line:
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Absurdly Long Stairway: During the raid on the Shinra HQ, the "subtle" approach is to climb up the skyscraper's stairs. 59 floors of them, in fact.
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Debut Queue
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Debut Queue: Most of the first disc up until Rocket Town (when Cid, the last mandatory member joins).
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Still Wearing the Old Colors
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Still Wearing the Old Colors Cloud still wears his SOLDIER outfit. We later find out that he was never a member of SOLDIER to begin with. Also Sephiroth who, despite going rogue, still wears his old SOLDIER uniform despite, among other things, having a massive grudge against his former employer.
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Unexpected Gameplay Change: The bike, snowboarding and submarine battle sequences. These are eventually unlocked as minigames in the Gold Saucer. Also Fort Condor.
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Encounter Repellant: One of the materias.
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Relationship Upgrade: Cloud and Tifa's night under the Highwind.
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No Biochemical Barriers
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No Biochemical Barriers: Jenova, an alien lifeform from who-knows-where, can infect humanoids without a problem. Hojo also seems to think that he can breed Aerith and Red XIII, though his concept of "breeding" seems to be "let the big hairy monster claw her to death" if the scene in the game is any indication. At the time, Hojo thought Red XIII was a dumb beast, which Red knew and was doing that to play to the act. He later apologizes to Aerith for scaring her.
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Playing the Player: One of the earliest examples.
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Genre Shift
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Genre Shift: There's the snowboarding (which was eventually ported to Cell Phones as Final Fantasy VII snowboarding,) the Submarine combat mission, and the escape from Midgar. Fort Condor has a Real-Time Strategy minigame.
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The Worf Effect: At one point the team comes across a Midgar Zolom, a thirty foot tall cobra snake, which no more than ten minutes before has been played up as the only enemy you do not absolutely want to fight, impaled upon a tree by Sephiroth. One of the characters in your party will say "Our enemy is someone that could do this?".
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All There in the Manual
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All There in the Manual: The Sapphire WEAPON's name was revealed nearly a decade after the fact when Square began selling figurines of it, which is what everyone called it before Square made it official.
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Unreliable Narrator
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Unreliable Narrator: Cloud Strife seemed to have several retellings on a key event in the past before the game makes you play through his subconscious to figure out what really happened. Cloud's narration of the events is completely accurate, in terms of events that took place. The only really unreliable aspect is that he told the story as though he was Zack.
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Dressing as the Enemy
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Dressing as the Enemy: The Junon infiltration sequence. Apparently dressing is the ONLY requisite part of this trope; no matter how bad of an actor you are in the parade, you still get onto the boat. Red XIII can barely balance on two legs, but he's still wearing a soldier's uniform and making a good try of it anyway.
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Defeat Means Friendship
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Defeat Means Friendship: Beating up that Mysterious Ninja allows you to recruit her into your party as Yuffie. But only if you give the right answers to her questions. Failure just means she steals cash from you, but it's a lot of cash! She also tricks you with a fake save point and takes your money if you check it out. Also qualifies to Rufus and the Turks in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
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Relationship Values: Though most people either end up with Tifa or Aerith, it's possible to get either Barret or Yuffie to accompany Cloud on the Gold Saucer date.
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Missing Main Character: There's a short period of time where Cloud is removed from the party and presumed dead, and later found in a coma. During these times, Tifa and Cid take turns being the party leader.
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Death by Origin Story: Gast and Ifalna.
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Happy Fun Ball: The Movers in the swampy section of the Very Definitely Final Dungeon. They're particularly memorable because you can use them as AP farms.
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Diesel Punk
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The Purge
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The Purge: Sephiroth plans to do this with Meteor. Holy does its own, not quite as evil, version.
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Death from Above
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Death from Above: Numerous examples: Sephiroth killing Aerith. Bahamut ZERO. Meteor. Though this qualifies more as omnicide from above. Shinra's destruction of Sector 7. Comet Materia. Several character's limit breaks. Cloud's Meteorain Limit Break. Barret's Satellite Beam and Catastrophe. Cid's Highwind.
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Redemption in the Rain
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Redemption in the Rain: Kadaj gets this. Loz and Yazoo just get blown up in the rain.
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Wicked Cultured
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Wicked Cultured: President Shinra is seen listening to classical music while the Sector 7 Slums are destroyed.
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Those Two Guys
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Those Two Guys: Biggs and Wedge of AVALANCHE. Throw Jessie in, and they become Those Two Guys And A Girl. Later, Rude, Reno, and Elena fill that role. Reno and Rude by themselves are a good example in The Movie.
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Welcome Back, Traitor
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Welcome Back, Traitor: Yuffie, Cait Sith. The latter is practically the poster child and could have been the Trope Namer were it not for all the other strange characteristics making it impossible to determine just which one we'd be talking about by name drop alone, despite the time span between betrayal and redemption being so short that it might be less "welcome back" and more "actually never even left."
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Starfish Character: Kadaj, Loz, and Yazoo each represent different aspects of Sephiroth, and Kadaj ultimately turns into him. The other two have this ability as well, but the producers thought it would be over the top to show three Sephiroths, so only Kadaj was shown achieving it.
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Gas Chamber: Tifa gets placed into one near the end of Disc 2. Given that it has a control switch to shut off its gas inside the chamber, its design is... suboptimal.
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The Computer Is a Lying Bastard: Thanks to an unfortunately broken-up set of instructions, Cloud's first boss warning sounds like he's telling you to attack while the tail is up (which will cause you to eat a severe counterattack).
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Boss Battle
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Boss Battle Anti-Climax Boss/Zero-Effort Boss: The final final duel with Sephiroth. He can't kill you, and your attacks automatically kill him. Even if you wait long enough for him to hit you, you automatically counterattack and defeat him anyway. Bonus Boss: The WEAPONs: Emerald and Ruby. Lost Number in the Shinra Mansion gets you Vincent, as well as the Odin summon and Red XIII's ultimate limit break. The five pagoda bosses in Wutai get you Leviathan summon and Yuffie's ultimate limit break. Snow in the Great Glacier is difficult to find, and for beating her you get the Alexander summon. Boss in Mook Clothing: Numerous enemies in the Sunken Gelnika and in the Northern Crater. Boss Rush: The Battle Arena. Cognizant Limbs: Schizo, Carry Armour, Proud Clod, Helletic Hojo, Emerald Weapons, Jenova-Synthesis, and Bizarro Sephiroth. Cowardly Boss / "Get Back Here!" Boss: Ultimate WEAPON, which runs away after the first, and only mandatory, fight against it in Mideel. The player is then given the option of fighting it again. It must be fought several times with it running away each time after it's taken a certain amount of damage. Cutscene Boss: Sapphire WEAPON. Diamond WEAPON was this in the original Japanese version, but an actual fight against him was added when the game went international. Damage-Sponge Boss /Marathon Boss: Ruby and Emerald WEAPON, who have eight hundred thousand and one million hp , respectively, and you are only able to do 9999 at once, typical strategies for beating them involve using the Game-Breaker summon a couple dozen times. The fight against Emerald WEAPON takes place underwater; you have to either kill it in 20 minutes, or undergo a simple sidequest to allow you to breathe water. Since that isn't very long against something with as many hp as Emerald WEAPON, most people go for the sidequest. Or you can beat it in 7 seconds. Dual Boss: Three of the four boss fights against the Turks involve fighting two or three of them at once. Duel Boss: Cloud and Rufus, Barret and Dyne, Yuffie and the Pagoda, and of course, Cloud and Sephiroth. Final Boss, New Dimension: Bizzaro Sephiroth and Safer Sephirothnote Sepher Sephiroth. Final-Exam Boss During the final battle with Sephiroth, you can switch your party members. The game doesn't tell you this, but it's keeping track of how well you do in the fight against Jenova immediately before you fight Sephiroth. If you barely scrape by, the game takes pity on you, and you fight Sephiroth with only one party, which makes this a very straightforward boss fight. If you bring the hurt and totally wreck Jenova's stuff, you have to split your equipment and materia three ways; having one team defeat Sephiroth's left arm, one team for the right arm, and one team for his core... which will heal the arms back if you take too long. And if you used the infinity plus one summon on it, the final boss gets a boost to its HP. And what's even worse, the numerous parties need to be properly equipped, but once you beat the boss, your main party goes straight on to the Final Boss battle without giving you a chance to swap equipment in-between. It's also made worse that if one of your team gets taken down, instant Game Over, even if it's not the team fighting the core (which fights Sephiroth's final form). Flunky Boss: H0512 fights with three H0512 samples. Rufus fights with Dark Nation. Gi Nattak fights with two Soul Fires. Hojo's first form fights with a Bad Rap Sample and a Poodler Sample. Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Schizo, the two headed dragon in the Icicle Cave. This mandatory boss fight was added to the American version of the game for no apparent reason. You can steal a Protect Ring from it, but other than that it has no bearing on the rest of the game whatsoever. The Red Dragon that attacks the party in the Temple of the Ancients comes out of nowhere as well. High-Altitude Battle: The optional fights against Ultimate Weapon are fought from the deck of the Highwind. Recurring Boss: Several. Reno has to be fought twice with two optional fights, Rude has to be fought once with two optional fights, JENOVA has to be fought four times in different forms, Ultimate WEAPON has to be fought once and then becomes an optional boss which has to be fought several times to defeat. Sequential Boss: Hundred Gunner and Heli Gunner in Shinra Tower, Hojo's three forms on the Sister Ray, the Northern Crater platform bosses and JENOVA-Synthesis, and Sephiroth's two forms. Skippable Boss: The Turks in the sunken Gelnika will not appear if you've already had your final fight with them while stopping Sister Ray, which can also be avoided since it gives you the option not to fight. Time-Limit Boss: Emerald Weapon. You have 20 minutes to defeat it since the battle takes place underwater, unless you complete a sidequest to obtain the Underwater Materia, which removes the time limit. Underwater Boss Battle: Emerald Weapon. Vehicular Assault: Motor Ball, the boss following the motorcycle chase sequence. Warmup Boss: Guard Scorpion in the reactor in the introductory sequence Air Buster in the Sector 5 reactor is, somehow, even more of a pushover. It's very possible to kill it in one shot without even intending to.
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Vice City
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Vice City: Midgar. The Wall Market is a sleazy red-lights district owned by Don Corneo, wealthy pervert and mafia crime boss, and muggers can be encountered as enemies in Sector 5, who may steal your items and run away from them, taking them forever if you fail to beat them in time. Corel also suffers from having thief enemies.
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Sorting Algorithm of Mortality
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Sorting Algorithm of Mortality: Catastrophically averted when (got the hint yet?) Aerith Dies.
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Artificial Limbs
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Artificial Limbs: Barret.
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Talking Animal
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Talking Animal: Red XIII
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Ominous Latin Chanting
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Ominous Latin Chanting: "Estuans interius, ira vehementi, Sephiroth! Noli manere, manere in memoria, nole manere, manere in memoria, Sephiroth!" Also, no Latin, but the evil chanting in Sephiroth's theme, "Those Chosen By The Planet". And the chanting in Shinra's theme.
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Cyberpunk with a Chance of Rain
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Cyberpunk with a Chance of Rain: Midgar always has dark skies, even above the plate.
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Punch-Clock Villain
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Punch Clock Villains: The Turks, who refuse to capture Cloud and co. in Wutai because they're on vacation. Inverted with Elena, though it turns out she would have been better off just relaxing.
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Nonstandard Skill Learning
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Non Standard Skill Learning: The game averts this at the start, granting characters new Limit Breaks through repeated combat, but to teach a given character their level 4 Limit Break, you'll need a special item. There's also the Enemy Skill materia; see Blue Mages.
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Quickly Demoted Leader
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Quickly Demoted Leader: Though Barret is the leader of AVALANCHE and is giving Cloud orders, circumstances force him under Cloud's leadership instead.
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Losing the Team Spirit
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Losing the Team Spirit: Aerith's death, of course.
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Deep South
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Deep South: Cid seems to be from here.
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Chekhov's Gun
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Chekhov's Gun: The game is packed with the Chekhov's Tropes. The white materia is introduced in the beginning of the game, but you don't know what it does until the end of Disc 2. The Sector 7 pillar. Red XIII's tattoo. The oxygen tank on the Shinra No. 26 spaceship.
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For Science!
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For Science!: Although Hojo ostensibly works for Shinra, he pretty much admits that this is the only reason for his horrific experiments.
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Creature-Breeding Mechanic
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Creature-Breeding Mechanic: Acquiring colored chocobos requires you to breed chocobos you've captured and leveled up. Some players might be put off by the fact that related chocobos can be bred together, but this isn't too unlike animal breeding in real life.
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So Long, and Thanks for All the Gear
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So Long, and Thanks for All the Gear: The former Trope Namer. Yuffie runs off to Wutai and not only takes her own equipment but all of your party's materia (along with any additional materia you might find). Well, she did tell you she was a thief. A more permanent example is Aerith, whose sudden death makes you lose all her equipment. Thank God the creators weren't cruel enough to take away all her materia, too... The fact that her equipment is not returned is especially irritating because there is a unique piece of armour (the Edincoat) in the dungeon just before you lose her that you will quite likely equip on her, since she is a White Magician Girl who is, for that dungeon, a Required Party Member. At another point later in the game, Cloud and Tifa are both temporarily Put on a Bus and you lose their equipment as well, but you get their stuff back when they rejoin the group. Luckily this is avoided completely by the important stuff: the Materia. Whenever a party member leaves, they hand over their Materia beforehand. Except for Yuffie's sidequest, of course.
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Apathetic Citizens
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Apathetic Citizens: To the point where one NPC in the Wall Market muses that the destruction of an entire sector of Midgar is annoying because the kickup of dust ruined the soup he was cooking outside. Another one goes as far as to state that maybe they should look up to watch for falling debris more than they should look at the ground for loose change.
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Blade on a Stick
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Blade on a Stick: Cid.
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A Homeowner Is You
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A Homeowner Is You: You can buy a villa in Costa Del Sol for 300,000 gil. It's highly unlikely you'll spend that much money on tents and inns, and is basically a Bragging Rights Reward.
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Chance Meeting Between Antagonists
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Chance Meeting Between Antagonists: In one sidequest, Cloud and the gang pursue Yuffie to Wutai after she steals all of their Materia, where they find several members of the Turks hanging out in a bar. Fortunately, the Turks are currently on leave and aren't interested in pursuing their conflict with Cloud.
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Mythology Gag
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Mythology Gag: Like all the other Final Fantasy games, there are several. Among others, Cid isn't the first dragoon named "Highwind".
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Bugenhagen's "Ho ho ho" (an uncommon Verbal Tic for a benevolent character).
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Polluted Wasteland
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Polluted Wasteland: Midgar. A large expanse of polluted wasteland surrounds the city, and the closer you get to the city limits, the greyer and gloomier the sky and colors become. Inside the city, the sky is often incredibly dark and depressing, and this can all be connected to the Mako Reactors and the fallout and smog they generate. Junon isn't much better, as the waters nearby are lifeless, discolored, and dark due to the abundant pollution.
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Kill Sat
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Kill Sat Barret's "Satellite Beam" Level 3 Limit Break Technically Bahamut Zero, although it's actually a dragon firing its Breath Weapon from space.
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One-Time Dungeon
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One-Time Dungeon: Shinra Building (more accurately a two-time dungeon, and the second visit is completely optional), Corel Prison, the Cave of the Gi, the Temple of the Ancients, Gaea Cliffs, Whirlwind Maze, and much of Midgar.
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Tutorial Failure
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The game says otherwise, but do not "attack while the tail is up" in the first boss battle. The problem here isn't the translation but the phrasing. Had it been "Attack while the tail is up, it'll counter-attack with its laser!" in a single text box, it would have made a lot more sense. Prefixing it with "If you..." would have solved the issue too.
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Party in My Pocket
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Party in My Pocket: Lampshaded when Cloud tries to stop Cait Sith from joining the party. Actually this is the last game in the series where it is played completely straight, presumably because in the 2-D games one could maintain the illusion that the other members were just obscured by the hero, but in 3-D seeing the other characters walk in and out of Cloud is heavily disconcerting.
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Trial-and-Error Gameplay
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Trial-and-Error Gameplay: The passcode in the rocket on disc 2. 256 possible combinations, 0 advance hints on what it is.
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Minigame Zone
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'This is my hometown. It used to be prosperous, but it got razed to the ground, my friend and I lost a hand each, lots of people died, Shin-Ra sucks and Sephiroth is getting away from us so he can go kill more people as we speak.' 'Time to PLAY SOME GAMES!' Granted, Barret himself isn't in the mood to go have fun with you.
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Artifact Alias
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Artifact Alias: Red XIII joins you under his specimen code name from the Shinra research facility where you find him, and party members and the interface continue to use it even after his true name (Nanaki) is revealed. Another example: Cait Sith continues to be called such by both the characters and the interface long after he is revealed to be remotely controlled by Reeve, a Shinra employee.
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Limit Break
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Limit Break: The originals, though these are an expansion of the Desperation Attacks in Final Fantasy VI.
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More Dakka
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More Dakka: Barret's "Ungarmax" Level 3 Limit Break. There's a few instances where if you don't advance the dialogue, Barret will continue pumping lead into whatever he's supposed to be shooting at forever. Also, what Shinra does to the Mako Cannon near the end of Disc 2.
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Tomboy and Girly Girl
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Tomboy and Girly Girl: Aerith and Tifa, in an interesting inversion: the White Magician Girl in the pink dress was the boisterous one and the Cute Bruiser in the cropped shirt was secretive and nervous.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ax-Crazy: Barret's old buddy Dyne, who racks up quite the body count before you battle him.
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Talking in Your Sleep
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Talking in Your Sleep: There's a guy in a cave past a river near Junon, seemingly sleeping endlessly. If you talk to him, he'll tell either tell you how many times you've battled, how many times you've escaped from battle, or mutter about how to get Master Materia from Huge Materia, all while apparently still sleeping. However, if the lastg two digits of battles match (i.e. 122, 355, etc.), then he will magically wake up and award the player either a Bolt Ring or a Mythril, depending on whether the digits are even or odd.
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Older Than They Look
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f36d97
comment
Older Than They Look: Vincent and Lucrecia are around sixty, but thanks to Body Horror experiments and hibernation, they look as though they're still in their late-twenties, with Lucrecia looking about the same age as her own son. Shelke is the same age as Yuffie, but her body is locked at nine years old after her Supersoldier treatment.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f36d97
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f36d97
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f36d97
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f73a81a
type
Cigar-Fuse Lighting
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f73a81a
comment
Cigar-Fuse Lighting: One of Cid's Limit Breaks has him do this.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f73a81a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f73a81a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_2f73a81a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3036294e
type
Scary Black Man
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3036294e
comment
Scary Black Man: Barret rotates between this and Angry Black Man.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3036294e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3036294e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3036294e
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_30de7a51
type
Chivalrous Pervert
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_30de7a51
comment
Chivalrous Pervert: You can go this route with Cloud.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_30de7a51
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_30de7a51
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_30de7a51
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3121f1e6
type
Noob Cave
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3121f1e6
comment
Noob Cave: Midgar Sector 5 reactor.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3121f1e6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3121f1e6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3121f1e6
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3139c343
type
Hollywood Nerd
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3139c343
comment
Hollywood Nerd: Every female scientist in the franchise.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3139c343
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3139c343
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3139c343
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_31add7fe
type
Out of the Inferno
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_31add7fe
comment
Sephiroth's Out of the Inferno scene may well be a tribute to a certain scene from The Usual Suspects. There are certain similarities to both Keyser Söze and Sephiroth in these scenes, since they both end up being really evil afterwards.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_31add7fe
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_31add7fe
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_31add7fe
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_330cfa9a
type
I Just Want to Be Badass
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_330cfa9a
comment
I Just Want to Be Badass: Cloud Strife is a deconstruction of this.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_330cfa9a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_330cfa9a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_330cfa9a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3318a1cb
type
Distant Finale
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3318a1cb
comment
Distant Finale: The cut to 500 years later after the credits, which caused some confusion (among other things, it convinced some players that Meteor and Holy wiped out all the humans), but at least showed that Red XIII lived up to his promise to live for 500 years.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3318a1cb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3318a1cb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3318a1cb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_34ffa400
type
Bonus Dungeon
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_34ffa400
comment
Bonus Dungeon: The Sunken Gelnika and the Ancient Forest.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_34ffa400
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_34ffa400
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_34ffa400
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3517000d
type
Mad Scientist
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3517000d
comment
Mad Scientist: Hojo. Oh god, Hojo. He takes this trope Up to Eleven.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3517000d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3517000d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3517000d
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35566274
type
I Let You Win
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35566274
comment
I Let You Win: It's revealed part way through Disc 2 that this has been what Sephiroth has been doing for a large portion of the game in order for Cloud to bring him the Black Materia.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35566274
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35566274
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35566274
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35a858b3
type
Cluster F-Bomb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35a858b3
comment
Cluster F-Bomb: Barret and Cid have a tendency to launch into these. The harsher curse words are censored, since this game has a "T" rating. Interestingly enough, the PC version was censored more than the PS1 version, with "hell" and "damn" censored too. Strangely, neither censors "shit!"
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35a858b3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35a858b3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_35a858b3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_363e9631
type
Sequential Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_363e9631
comment
Sequential Boss: Hundred Gunner and Heli Gunner in Shinra Tower, Hojo's three forms on the Sister Ray, the Northern Crater platform bosses and JENOVA-Synthesis, and Sephiroth's two forms.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_363e9631
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_363e9631
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_363e9631
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_370aad9
type
Split Personality
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_370aad9
comment
Split Personality: The protagonist Cloud suffers from a case of split personality, where his Trauma-Induced Amnesia caused by the death of his best friend Zack leads to Cloud subconsciously absorbing Zack's experiences and mixing them with his own, setting up a split personality.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_370aad9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_370aad9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_370aad9
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_372f29ac
type
One-Handed Zweihänder
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_372f29ac
comment
One-Handed Zweihänder: Cloud and Sephiroth are the poster boys for this trope.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_372f29ac
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_372f29ac
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_372f29ac
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
type
Not the Fall That Kills You
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
comment
Not the Fall That Kills You: Especially if the fall is into Aerith's church. To date, three protagonists have taken the plunge from the upper plate into her flowers, and all three came out of it just fine.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_38119dcf
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_396be241
type
Video Game 3D Leap
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_396be241
comment
Video Game 3D Leap
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_396be241
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_396be241
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_396be241
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a1c2171
type
The Man Behind the Man
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a1c2171
comment
The Man Behind the Man: Hojo could be considered this to Sephiroth, even though he's not the Big Bad, and even though Sephiroth is not a Disc-One Final Boss. First, he's Sephiroth's father, so he's responsible for him even existing, and more importantly, it was Hojo's experiments that made Sephiroth into what he is.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a1c2171
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a1c2171
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a1c2171
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a29c5c8
type
Villainous Legacy
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a29c5c8
comment
Villainous Legacy: All major villains trace themselves back to Jenova, an Eldritch Abomination who tried to destroy the planet 2000 years ago. Jenova was found by Shinra, and the lab experiments produced by tinkering with her cells serve as the villains of the series, along with a few of the scientists who did said tinkering.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a29c5c8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a29c5c8
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a29c5c8
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a4522df
type
Pietà Plagiarism
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a4522df
comment
Pietà Plagiarism: When Aerith dies.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a4522df
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a4522df
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3a4522df
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ae6199a
type
Psychopathic Manchild
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ae6199a
comment
Psychopathic Manchild: Kadaj, though he is rather young. And Loz, who fits the description a little better.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ae6199a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ae6199a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ae6199a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4bc951
type
Killer App
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4bc951
comment
Killer App: One of two main killer apps for the PlayStation. Also the killer app for Eastern RPGs in the west.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4bc951
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4bc951
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4bc951
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4f620a
type
No Fourth Wall
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4f620a
comment
No Fourth Wall: The tutorial room in the weapon shop by Tifa's Bar. Some of these people also show up later in the game, though you should really know most of the stuff you tell them by that point.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4f620a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4f620a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b4f620a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b5fcbb7
type
Artifact of Doom
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b5fcbb7
comment
Artifact of Doom: The Black Materia
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b5fcbb7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b5fcbb7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3b5fcbb7
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3bb81225
type
Recurring Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3bb81225
comment
Recurring Boss: Several. Reno has to be fought twice with two optional fights, Rude has to be fought once with two optional fights, JENOVA has to be fought four times in different forms, Ultimate WEAPON has to be fought once and then becomes an optional boss which has to be fought several times to defeat.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3bb81225
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3bb81225
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3bb81225
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3c3b5c27
type
Vehicular Assault
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3c3b5c27
comment
Vehicular Assault: Motor Ball, the boss following the motorcycle chase sequence.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3c3b5c27
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3c3b5c27
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3c3b5c27
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cba8ce9
type
Psycho Prototype
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cba8ce9
comment
Psycho Prototype: Sephiroth, of course.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cba8ce9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cba8ce9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cba8ce9
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cc67dff
type
The Apocalypse Brings Out the Best in People
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cc67dff
comment
The Apocalypse Brings Out the Best in People: The scene where the party leaves to find a reason for each of themselves why they're saving the planet.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cc67dff
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cc67dff
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cc67dff
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ce9c9fa
type
Fortune Teller
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ce9c9fa
comment
Fortune Teller: Cait Sith.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ce9c9fa
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ce9c9fa
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ce9c9fa
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cfdffd7
type
Angry Black Man
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cfdffd7
comment
Angry Black Man: Barret. He rotates between this and Scary Black Man. Though he's clearly not racist as evidenced by his being the only black guy in AVALANCHE, he's definitely angry at The Man for keeping him down.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cfdffd7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cfdffd7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3cfdffd7
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ef5a484
type
Final Boss, New Dimension
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ef5a484
comment
Final Boss, New Dimension: Bizzaro Sephiroth and Safer Sephirothnote Sepher Sephiroth.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ef5a484
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ef5a484
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3ef5a484
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3fef1f9b
type
Optional Party Member
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3fef1f9b
comment
Optional Party Member: Yuffie and Vincent. Referred to in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children by Denzel, who apparently has not met those two before and asks Tifa about them.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3fef1f9b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3fef1f9b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_3fef1f9b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40126d90
type
Infant Immortality
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40126d90
comment
Tifa—slashed across the chest by a ridiculously long katana: survived. She was a young teenager at the time. Plus, her mentor pulled her out of there, and got her immediate medical attention.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40126d90
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40126d90
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40126d90
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_402d8523
type
Cognizant Limbs
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_402d8523
comment
Cognizant Limbs: Schizo, Carry Armour, Proud Clod, Helletic Hojo, Emerald Weapons, Jenova-Synthesis, and Bizarro Sephiroth.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_402d8523
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_402d8523
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_402d8523
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40a533db
type
Guest-Star Party Member
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40a533db
comment
Guest-Star Party Member: Sephiroth, during the "Young Cloud" flashback sequence. Invincible, and can chop anything in two with his BFS.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40a533db
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40a533db
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40a533db
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40d15d7a
type
Spoiler Cover
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40d15d7a
comment
Spoiler Cover: For the European version, a screenshot from the FMV immediately following Aerith's death scene (which shows Cloud laying her body in a pool) is on the back of the game case. It's not obvious enough to be a direct spoiler, but it does give a big hint.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40d15d7a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40d15d7a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40d15d7a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40e2ac3f
type
Flunky Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40e2ac3f
comment
Flunky Boss: H0512 fights with three H0512 samples. Rufus fights with Dark Nation. Gi Nattak fights with two Soul Fires. Hojo's first form fights with a Bad Rap Sample and a Poodler Sample.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40e2ac3f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40e2ac3f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_40e2ac3f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
type
Doomed Hometown
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
comment
Doomed Hometown: Nibelheim for Cloud and Tifa, Midgar's sector 7 slums, and Corel for Barret
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4108bb3e
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_424d15ad
type
Love Hurts
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_424d15ad
comment
Love Hurts: Let's see, Vincent falls in love with Lucrecia and is summarily rejected because of the guilt Lucrecia feels over his father's death, despite the fact that she seems to have returned his feelings. He suffers though I Want My Beloved to Be Happy as she runs off with Hojo, but finally steps in when he finds out about all of the experiments on Lucrecia and an, at the time, unborn Sephiroth. Hojo shoots him, and commences a multitude of body horrors on him For Science!. The aftermath is a large It's All My Fault complex for Vincent, who blames himself for being unable to protect her. The guilt furthers when he finds out Lucrecia is indeed still alive, and unable to die because of the experimentation. Then there's Aerith and Zack, whom she claims was her first love. She never finds out about his untimely demise. Later she meets Cloud and is smitten with him because of his similarities with Zack, but eventually reveals she wants to get to know the real him. We all know how that turned out. Then there's Tifa, who is obviously crushing hard on Cloud the entire game, but has to deal with him making kissy faces with Aerith, finding out he endured the mother of all Mind Screws, thinking he died and when she finds him alive he's in a brain dead Angst Coma. It does work out for the two of them by the end of the game, but they both certainly went through hell and heartbreak before getting to that point.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_424d15ad
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_424d15ad
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_424d15ad
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4257cdf2
type
Macho Camp
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4257cdf2
comment
Macho Camp: The guys at the gym.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4257cdf2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4257cdf2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4257cdf2
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
type
Sticks to the Back
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
comment
Sticks to the Back: Cloud's BFS. Advent Children shows quite clearly that he uses a sheath/holster, though in Crisis Core, SOLDIER troops are fitted with magnetic holsters for their swords.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_43d5d6d5
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_44606d14
type
Becoming the Mask
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_44606d14
comment
Becoming the Mask: Cait Sith, despite originally being The Mole in the party, ends up bonding with them and sharing their goals.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_44606d14
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_44606d14
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_44606d14
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4508b16b
type
The Guards Must Be Crazy
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4508b16b
comment
The Guards Must Be Crazy: The guards in Shinra Tower, Junon, and on the Shinra Boat.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4508b16b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4508b16b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4508b16b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_454bda24
type
Ancestral Weapon
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_454bda24
comment
Ancestral Weapon: The White Materia Red XIII's weapon, the Seraph Comb, counts as well. When he gets it, you'll want to use him a lot more, since it's his fourth most powerful weapon in the game, and drastically outclasses all the other weapons your characters have, and will continue to do so until over halfway through disc 2.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_454bda24
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_454bda24
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_454bda24
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4565d81d
type
Single-Stroke Battle
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4565d81d
comment
Single-Stroke Battle: Odin.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4565d81d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4565d81d
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4565d81d
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4583a262
type
Shirtless Scene
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4583a262
comment
Shirtless Scene: Sephiroth is shirtless when he is found in the Whirlwind Maze and during the final battle against him.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4583a262
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4583a262
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4583a262
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_46189c48
type
Our Ancestors Are Superheroes
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_46189c48
comment
Our Ancestors Are Superheroes: There was the Cetra or later called the Ancients. They were gifted with powerful magic and a high affinity toward the planet and the lifesteam allowing them insights such as if someone has died and rejoined the lifesteam. Sephiroth states that human are descendants of the Cetra, who forsook the migratory ways (and lost the magic powers) of the Cetra and hid in fear (thus surviving) when Jenova was busy wiping out the Cetra who tried to protect the planet from her/it.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_46189c48
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_46189c48
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_46189c48
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_465c8289
type
Underwater Boss Battle
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_465c8289
comment
Underwater Boss Battle: Emerald Weapon.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_465c8289
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_465c8289
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_465c8289
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4755314a
type
Magical Native American
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4755314a
comment
Magical Native American: Cosmo Canyon, which is clearly based on indigenous American tribes. Red XIII is pretty good at magic.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4755314a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4755314a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4755314a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
type
Jerk with a Heart of Gold
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
comment
Jerk with a Heart of Gold Barret. Cid. Now sit down and drink your goddamn TEA. Yuffie post Wutai Theft.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4781adbb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_47bbacb4
type
Fixed Camera
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_47bbacb4
comment
Fixed Camera: In battle
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_47bbacb4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_47bbacb4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_47bbacb4
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
type
Infinity -1 Sword
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
comment
Infinity -1 Sword: Since all of the characters' ultimate weapons have some sort of variable that causes them to deal damage, this means that depending on battle conditions, your weapons might suddenly become worthless. As such, the game sees fit to give the characters all weapons that are almost as powerful as their ultimate ones. When the ultimate weapons are fully powered, they are better, but these weapons are usually better in the long run.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_480c69ba
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_486466ee
type
Dual Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_486466ee
comment
Dual Boss: Three of the four boss fights against the Turks involve fighting two or three of them at once.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_486466ee
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_486466ee
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_486466ee
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49d18492
type
Scenery Gorn
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49d18492
comment
Scenery Gorn: Welcome to Midgar. It sucks and we're going to spend a lot of time showing you. If it isn't enough for you, check out Corel, too!
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49d18492
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49d18492
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49d18492
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49fb5ccb
type
Combat Pragmatist
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49fb5ccb
comment
Combat Pragmatist: Yazoo shoots Cloud In the Back while he's quietly contemplating his victory over Kadaj mere minutes earlier. Doesn't stick, though.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49fb5ccb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49fb5ccb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_49fb5ccb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a0e2f8d
type
White Hair, Black Heart
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a0e2f8d
comment
White Hair, Black Heart: Lots of 'em.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a0e2f8d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a0e2f8d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a0e2f8d
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a31937c
type
Coy, Girlish Flirt Pose
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a31937c
comment
Coy, Girlish Flirt Pose: Aeris often uses this in Cloud's presence.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a31937c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a31937c
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a31937c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a59e6f7
type
One Nation Under Copyright
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a59e6f7
comment
One Nation Under Copyright: The Shinra Electric Power Company. The towns Shin-Ra don't own real estate in are Wutai (but they vacation there), Kalm (although the people that live there tend to like Shin-Ra and buy their products, in addition to using Midgar's power), Bone Village, Mideel, and Cosmo Canyon. They've got large buildings in Midgar and Junon, they legitimately own Fort Condor, Rufus owns a mansion in Nibelheim and a beach house in Costa Del Sol, the Nibelheim, Corel, and Gongaga reactors are Shin-Ra's, the lab in Icicle Inn is theirs (at least, it is now), and Rocket Town exists because of their space program. Even the underwater crashed ship is theirs.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a59e6f7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a59e6f7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4a59e6f7
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4b52ff08
type
May Contain Evil
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4b52ff08
comment
May Contain Evil: Shinra's Mako reactors.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4b52ff08
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4b52ff08
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4b52ff08
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4c123f8a
type
Do Not Touch the Funnel Cloud
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4c123f8a
comment
Do Not Touch the Funnel Cloud: Cloud's "Finishing Touch" Limit Break.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4c123f8a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4c123f8a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4c123f8a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4d070ee3
type
Power Perversion Potential
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4d070ee3
comment
Power Perversion Potential: Materia like Transform, Manipulate, and Time; Sephiroth and Vincent's shapeshifting abilities.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4d070ee3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4d070ee3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4d070ee3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4e16382e
type
Standard Status Effects
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4e16382e
comment
Standard Status Effects: Poison, petrify, silence... and then you get decidedly nonstandard status effects like freeze. While bosses and certain higher level mooks are immune to it, no enemy in the game is prepared to deal with it. Attach it to your weapon and have fun.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4e16382e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4e16382e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4e16382e
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ebbbd17
type
Matryoshka Object
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ebbbd17
comment
Matryoshka Object: The Grangalan outside Costa del Sol can spawn smaller versions of itself known Grangalan Jr. for the second generation and Grangalan Jr. Jr. for the third and smallest generation. Slightly inverted. The Black Materia Plot Coupon is contained within the Temple of the Ancients. When the party goes in and discovers it, they discover it is actually a replica of the real thing, and the real
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ebbbd17
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ebbbd17
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ebbbd17
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ec4c5ab
type
Harsher in Hindsight
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ec4c5ab
comment
Harsher in Hindsight: In-universe. On the Shinra boat, Aerith asks Cloud about the Highwind airship at Junon, and the player is given the option of having Cloud tell her he'll take her to see it someday. Additionally, while in the Temple of the Ancients, Aerith says to Cloud, "Don't worry. Someday we'll look back on these hard times and laugh." Considering what happens shortly afterward...
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ec4c5ab
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ec4c5ab
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ec4c5ab
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ef92d0b
type
The Atoner
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ef92d0b
comment
Rufus, though he nearly gets killed by Diamond WEAPON, then gets Geostigma, and spends the rest of the Compilation as The Atoner.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ef92d0b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ef92d0b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4ef92d0b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f37c96a
type
Duel Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f37c96a
comment
Duel Boss: Cloud and Rufus, Barret and Dyne, Yuffie and the Pagoda, and of course, Cloud and Sephiroth.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f37c96a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f37c96a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f37c96a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f62bde6
type
Kavorka Man
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f62bde6
comment
Kavorka Man: Hojo is an amoral, unattractive mad scientist with bad posture, and yet gets more action than anyone in the series.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f62bde6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f62bde6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f62bde6
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f788f6a
type
30-Second Blackout
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f788f6a
comment
30-Second Blackout: Firing the Sister Ray.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f788f6a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f788f6a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_4f788f6a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_504e271f
type
But Thou Must!
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_504e271f
comment
But Thou Must!: Halfway through the game, you get a MacGuffin and are told to give it to someone else for safekeeping. Everyone but Barret or Red XIII/Nanaki declines to accept it.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_504e271f
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_504e271f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_504e271f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50b05d30
type
Disproportionate Retribution
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50b05d30
comment
Disproportionate Retribution: After going crazy from finding out he's a product of Shinra's experimentation, Sephiroth burns down Nibelheim and kills all the townsfolk. Why? Because he was there when he found out.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50b05d30
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50b05d30
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50b05d30
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50f848cc
type
Technology Porn
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50f848cc
comment
Technology Porn
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50f848cc
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50f848cc
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_50f848cc
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_51640e80
type
Bond One-Liner
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_51640e80
comment
Bond One-Liner: Reno pulls this off on Don Corneo.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_51640e80
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_51640e80
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_51640e80
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52475ffd
type
Cutting Off the Branches
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52475ffd
comment
Cutting Off the Branches: As shown by the Compilation, as well as other future Square Enix games, the Optional Party Members, Yuffie and Vincent, were canonically recruited.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52475ffd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52475ffd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52475ffd
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52b9a5ad
type
No Pronunciation Guide
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52b9a5ad
comment
No Pronunciation Guide: The E in Reno's name is supposed to be pronounced the same as the E in "cello," but since nobody told people from English-speaking countries, almost everyone (including the people who dubbed Advent Children) wrongly assume it's supposed to be pronounced the same way as Reno, Nevada. Reno's name is written as レノ in Japanese, and "レ" is pronounced somewhat like "reh," not "ree." This is not a problem with players from Spanish-speaking countries and some countries with romance languages like Italian, Portuguese, etc, because they can pronounce "Reno" in the same way as the Japanese players do.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52b9a5ad
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52b9a5ad
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52b9a5ad
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52c0c7cf
type
Motive Decay
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52c0c7cf
comment
Sephiroth, along with some Motive Decay. In most subsequent appearances like Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, Kingdom Hearts and Dissidia Final Fantasy, he's becoming steadily more obsessed with trolling Cloud than he is actually being a villain and pursuing any actual goals other than messing with Cloud's head. However, Badass Decay is averted.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52c0c7cf
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-1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52c0c7cf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_52c0c7cf
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5313c266
type
Book-Ends
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5313c266
comment
Book-Ends: Aerith's face in the opening and closing cutscenes of the game. This has led some to theorize the whole game is a vision she's having before any of it takes place. If true, it means she knows she's going to die but goes through with it anyway.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5313c266
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5313c266
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5313c266
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53e4760a
type
Sneaky Departure
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53e4760a
comment
Sneaky Departure: Aerith leaving to get killed by Sephiroth. Also, Yuffie leaving with all the materia (right below). Cloud attempts to leave Aerith behind early on, but she's already waiting for him at the town entrance.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53e4760a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53e4760a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53e4760a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53f5119f
type
The Dragon
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53f5119f
comment
The Dragon: JENOVA to Sephiroth. Rufus to President Shinra. Co-Dragons: Scarlett, Heidegger, and Tseng to President Shinra and later to Rufus.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53f5119f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53f5119f
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_53f5119f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_545744ee
type
Plot Coupon That Does Something
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_545744ee
comment
Plot Coupon That Does Something: The Black Materia.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_545744ee
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_545744ee
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_545744ee
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_546e23f6
type
Evilutionary Biologist
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_546e23f6
comment
Evilutionary Biologist: Hojo.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_546e23f6
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_546e23f6
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_546e23f6
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_549cd62d
type
Level Grinding
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_549cd62d
comment
Level Grinding: An odd case in that you have to do this to gain characters' Limit Breaks rather than simply leveling up, and then you have to use their Limit Breaks to acquire new ones.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_549cd62d
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_549cd62d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_549cd62d
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5527dc0c
type
Plot Coupon
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5527dc0c
comment
Plot Coupon: The Keystone. The Lunar Harp.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5527dc0c
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5527dc0c
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_5527dc0c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_55473bc9
type
CPR: Clean, Pretty, Reliable
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_55473bc9
comment
CPR: Clean, Pretty, Reliable: Featured in a minigame. That has no time limit. That's right, if a person stops breathing for 20 minutes while you go eat a sandwich, then you come back and do CPR for another three, they'll totally be fine.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_55473bc9
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_55473bc9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_55473bc9
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
type
The Empire
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
comment
Aerith, the main Cetra in the game, born to a non-Cetra father and a Cetra mother, but treated as completely Cetra, was living undercover in a household run by a non-Cetra, lying about her heritage in order to stop The Empire's agents finding her and taking her to have sadistic experiments done on her.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_556a4e20
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_56b53152
type
Green Aesop
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_56b53152
comment
Green Aesop: A major plot-point of the game is the conflict between nature and industrialization. Midgar is polluted and dark, and it's surrounded by an expanse of post-apocalyptic style wasteland, Lower Junon had its waters poisoned from the city above, the beautiful forests of Corel became inhospitable deserts after an attack from Shinra, and Gongaga was utterly ruined when one of the Mako reactors blew up. The Shinra leaders themselves are for the most part, disgusting heartless tyrants who will stop at nothing for profit and power, and then there's Hojo, who is more or less responsible for all of the bad things that happen in the game due to his creations and research.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_56b53152
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_56b53152
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_56b53152
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57a91010
type
Green Rocks
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57a91010
comment
Green Rocks: Materia; most of it is actually green.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57a91010
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57a91010
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57a91010
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57d43e40
type
Fantasy Counterpart Culture
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57d43e40
comment
Fantasy Counterpart Culture: The Cetra, an ancient race of persecuted wanderers who are supposed to be the only ones with access to 'The Promised Land'. Aerith, the main Cetra in the game, born to a non-Cetra father and a Cetra mother, but treated as completely Cetra, was living undercover in a household run by a non-Cetra, lying about her heritage in order to stop The Empire's agents finding her and taking her to have sadistic experiments done on her. Cosmo Canyon is based on indigenous American tribes. Wutai is clearly based on post-World War II Japan; a once great and proud nation with its culture reduced to petty tourism after a humiliating defeat in a war.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57d43e40
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57d43e40
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_57d43e40
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_581f6468
type
Hero of Another Story
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_581f6468
comment
Hero of Another Story: Zack. 10 years after his brief role in Final Fantasy VII, his story is told in full.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_581f6468
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Vasquez Always Dies
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Vasquez Always Dies: Played straight or inverted, depending on your perspective.
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Deadly Environment Prison
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Deadly Environment Prison: The prison camp is in the middle of a desert. You get there by being dumped down a chute from the Golden Saucer, and nobody bothers to guard the place because the desert is impassable. The other prisoners will all tell you that people who go into the desert don't come back. (However, to prevent the game from becoming unwinnable, if you wander out into the desert, first you get lost but after a while someone shows up with a chocobo stagecoach and takes you back to prison.)
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Eviler Than Thou
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Eviler Than Thou: Sephiroth and Shinra.
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Let's Play
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And if you think the English translation is bad, the Spanish translation is a Blind Idiot Translation of the English Blind Idiot Translation. Highlights include Aerith and Yuffie being referred to as men at times, Aerith's mother having two names, "techno" translated as a substantive rather than as a prefix/adjective, in a way that in every case it appears it sounds like they're talking about the musical genre (someone in Corel calls Barrett a "monstruo del tecno", which makes it sound like he's a really badass DJ), and "well" somehow being once translated as "rueda" ("Wheel"), among lots of other "marvels". A Spanish Let's Play concluded Aerith was a hermaphrodite.
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Boss Rush
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Boss Rush: The Battle Arena.
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The Lifestream
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Both Aerith and Sephiroth pull this off, furthering their own objectives by returning to The Lifestream after their deaths. By merging with the Lifestream, Aerith was able to directly control Holy and passively aid her allies (as seen in Advent Children), while Sephiroth was able to reach out and infect people with Geostigma in an effort to eventually corrupt the Lifestream.
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Air-Vent Passageway
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Air-Vent Passageway: Used several times. Most prominently in Shinra Tower when the team listens in on a meeting of Shinra's top executives.
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Holy Is Not Safe
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Holy Is Not Safe: Holy, the White Materia, is the Planet's ultimate defensive measure, meant to wipe away anything it judges as a threat to the Planet. Unfortunately, there's a strong chance that this will include humanity.
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Powerful, but Inaccurate
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Powerful, but Inaccurate: The Deathblow Materia causes a character's attacks to either score a critical hit, or miss completely.
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Chainsaw Good
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Chainsaw Good: Vincent's Level 3 limit break Hellmasker. Also one of Barret's weapons.
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Central Theme
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Central Theme: Life, death and rebirth.
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Save Scumming
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Save Scumming: Chocobo breeding. Even if you've got all the qualities and colors set up right, you've still got a random chance for any of them to have the right gender. Or you would if they would just HAVE SEX ALREADY, DAMMIT!
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Triumphant Reprise
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Triumphant Reprise: The Highwind theme is a triumphant version of the main theme.
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Declaration of Protection
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Declaration of Protection: Cloud's promise to Tifa and becoming Aerith's bodyguard.
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Drunk on the Dark Side
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Drunk on the Dark Side: Sephiroth, Hojo.
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Late-Arrival Spoiler
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Late-Arrival Spoiler: Hint: Aerith dies. So does Zack. No matter in which order you play them, FFVII and Crisis Core spoiler each other.
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Time Bomb
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Time Bomb: The one that destroys the pillar in Sector 7.
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy
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I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Vincent pulls one of these, almost word for word, when Lucrecia chooses Hojo over him. He keeps out of it until he finds out the bit about the horrible experimentation Hojo is doing on a now pregnant with Hojo's child Lucrecia.
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Homoerotic Subtext
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Homoerotic Subtext: In-Universe: There is an option for Cloud to kiss Don Corneo and go on a date with Barret. The gay hottub scene. One of the options during the play during the date is for Cloud to kiss the King, defeating the dragon through The Power of Love.
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Heel–Face Turn
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Heel–Face Turn: Cait Sith/Reeve
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Prayer Pose
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Prayer Pose: When Aeris/Aerith is killed, she is kneeling with her hands clasped in prayer.
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Gameplay and Story Segregation
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Gameplay and Story Segregation Aerith's death is the most prominent, though hardly the first like this in the series. There's also Red XIII's father, Seto, who was petrified. And for some reason, no one thought to use a Soft on him... Elena was promoted to the Turks as a replacement for Reno, who was in recovery from the injuries Cloud and his gang gave him on the pillar. Reno couldn't have been injured too badly, since he ran from the battle. Hasn't Shinra heard of potions, and don't they know that a night at the inn fixes everything? Dyne murders a bunch of people with his gun arm and even makes Barret back up by shooting at him, yet in the boss fight he shoots Barret numerous times. Didn't anyone in Nibelheim think to cast an Ice or Water spell when the town was on fire? The Gelnika is a plane that gets shot down after transporting the Huge Materia to Rocket Town, and you can explore the wreckage using the sub. However, if you immediately take the sub back down to the ocean floor once you get it, but before going to Junon, you can actually explore the wreckage of the Gelnika before it gets destroyed, and then go back to the surface and watch it take off. After Cloud, Tifa and Aerith are dumped into the sewers under Don Corneo's mansion, both Tifa and Aerith are lying passed out on the ground and will not get up until Cloud talks to them. Despite this, it is possible to run around and get into a random battle, and both will be present and active in the battle party.
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It Is Pronounced
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It Is Pronounced "Tro-PAY": Tseng's name, despite having an E in it, is pronounced "Sung". It's even lampshaded in Crisis Core; Zack finds a camera with T-S-E-N-G engraved on it... but has no idea who it belongs to.
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Arm Cannon
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Arm Cannon: Barret and Dyne.
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Cowardly Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_64028be7
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Cowardly Boss / "Get Back Here!" Boss: Ultimate WEAPON, which runs away after the first, and only mandatory, fight against it in Mideel. The player is then given the option of fighting it again. It must be fought several times with it running away each time after it's taken a certain amount of damage.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice Cait Sith sacrifices himself to let the heroes escape the Temple of the Ancients - but because he's a remotely controlled robot, he comes right back not ten minutes later.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6439de78
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Evil Tower of Ominousness
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Evil Tower of Ominousness: Shinra Tower
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_65163c3a
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Train Escape
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Train Escape: Cloud does a Type II shortly after the Sector 1 reactor job. He jumps off a bridge and lands on a speeding train to get away from Shinra troops.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_659235a4
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Animal Reaction Shot
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Animal Reaction Shot: Red XIII at Costa del Sol.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6595b784
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Escape Battle Technique
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Escape Battle Technique: The Exit materia, which lets you use the Escape spell to flee from battles. The materia also contains the Remove spell, which is the inverse of Escape by forcing all enemies to be removed from battle. If you somehow use the spell on your own party, it counts as a Total Party Wipe.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_65a258f2
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Permanently Missable Content
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Permanently Missable Content: Some of the Enemy Skills. Trine can only be learned from three enemies- two are bosses, the other is a Mook found in an un-revisitable dungeon. Pandora's Box is used only as a final attack by the first Zombie Dragon in the entire save file. The Ramuh summon must be picked up while you are in the waiting area for the Chocobo races in Corel Prison. The entire Bahamut trio of summons can be missed. Bahamut and Neo Bahamut are only found in one-shot locations, while Bahamut Zero is lost if the player didn't get all of the Huge Materia. There are so many items in this game that can be permanently missed, there's an entire walkthrough on GameFAQs dedicated to them!
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6602cad
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Only One Name
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Only One Name: Many characters have been given last (or first) names by way of Retcon, but a few notable exceptions still remain: Professor Hojo, President Shinra, Scarlet, Heidegger, Palmer, Tseng, Rude, Reno, and Elena.
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Progressively Prettier
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comment
Cid Highwind was originally designed as a much more gruff and coarse-looking character; however, he has gotten Progressively Prettier in any of his other Compilation appearances. Just compare his original portrait◊ to his portrait◊ in Before Crisis, or his CG render◊ in Advent Children. At least he kept his gruff appearance in Dirge of Cerberus.
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Fake Memories
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comment
Fake Memories: Hey, remember the Nibelheim flashback sequence you poured about 2 hours into? Yeah, it didn't actually happen that way, and Tifa's got some 'splaining to do. Foreshadowed spectacularly, when you play through a second time, though. Cloud's choppy memories, originally written off as just the fact that it had been, what, 4 years, make much more sense, as well as Tifa's rather noncommittal attitude whenever the subject comes up. Hell, even something that is thought to be a Can't Spit It Out moment for her in, if memory serves, Cosmo Canyon, in retrospect seems like her starting to muster up the nerve to confront Cloud about the inaccuracies.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_66ce8a39
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Negate Your Own Sacrifice
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Negate Your Own Sacrifice: Cait Sith volunteers to stay in the incredible shrinking temple, because he's only a stuffed toy and his controller is elsewhere.
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Battle in the Center of the Mind
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Battle in the Center of the Mind: The final battle.
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Shark Tunnel
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Shark Tunnel: The pathway to the underwater reactor at Junon.
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Ship Sinking
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Ship Sinking: Word of God, as stated in the FFVII 10th anniversary Ultimania, Crisis Core Ultimania and the Final Fantasy 20th Anniversary Ultimania (amongst other places), is that Cloud and Tifa are the official couple.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_67fe4b8e
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Evil Laugh
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comment
Evil Laugh: Hojo and his "Mwa ha ha." But there's also "Kya ha ha" (Scarlet) and "Gya ha ha" (Heidegger). Lampshaded by Rufus and Caith Sith. Cait Sith refers to Heideggar and Scarlet as "'Gya ha ha' and 'Kya ha ha'", respectively, while Rufus finds Heideggar's "horse laugh" irritating and constantly tells him to cut it out.
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Story Difficulty Setting
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Story Difficulty Setting: The Steam release featured the option to permanently max out all one's characters in order to skip any and all grinding, ostensibly so the player could more easily enjoy the story, unlock every nook and cranny of the game and see the results of every conceivable side-quest.
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Improbable Weapon User
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Improbable Weapon User: Cait Sith's megaphones and Red XIII's headpieces. They somehow boost attack, though they aren't used directly. Some characters normally use "serious" weapons, but have a single joke one: One of Cid's weapons is a mop. One of Yuffie's weapons (the Oritsuru) is a giant paper crane. One of Aeris's weapons is an umbrella. One of Cloud's weapons is a bat with a nail in it.
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MacGuffin Delivery Service
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6a79a4a4
comment
MacGuffin Delivery Service: Cloud, under Sephiroth's control, does this multiple times during the plot.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6a79a4a4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6a79a4a4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6a79a4a4
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ae7c6c3
type
BigDamnGunship
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ae7c6c3
comment
Cid's Highwind.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ae7c6c3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ae7c6c3
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ae7c6c3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b42ea7e
type
Hijacking Cthulhu
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b42ea7e
comment
It's eventually revealed that Professor Hojo had planned on using Sephiroth and Jenova to create a big enough threat that the Omega WEAPON would be activated, with the intent of taking it over and beating his son at his own game. He only succeeded in awakening the lesser WEAPONs before he was killed, although he compromised by allowing Sephiroth to eat his soul and created a digital copy of his consciousness that (almost) succeeded where he'd failed.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b42ea7e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b42ea7e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b42ea7e
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b6a3f73
type
Un-Robotic Reveal
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b6a3f73
comment
Unrobotic Reveal: A variant: The Reveal that Cait Sith is being operated by radio. Obviously, Reeve neither fits into Cait Sith itself nor into the moogle doll, but we were led to believe that he was just a normal lifeform anyhow.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b6a3f73
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b6a3f73
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6b6a3f73
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
type
Meaningful Name
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
comment
Meaningful Name: Cloud Strife (he struggles with illusions), Tifa Lockheart (she keeps secrets), Barret (a high caliber sniper rifle) and Cid Highwind (he is a pilot). Aerith's name is similar to earth. Then there's the painfully obvious theme naming (Sephiroth, Jenova = Sephirot, Jehovah). Also Cait Sith, derived from "Cait Sidhe", a panther-like faerie from Celtic mythology. This also explains his Scottish brogue. Also, a place falls under this trope - Nibelheim. In addition to sharing its name with the Norse underworld, its literal meaning is "home of clouds/mist/fog." Guess which character was born there?
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6bda9a30
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6c4ed101
type
Breath Weapon
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6c4ed101
comment
Technically Bahamut Zero, although it's actually a dragon firing its Breath Weapon from space.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6c4ed101
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6c4ed101
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6c4ed101
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ca84a8f
type
Treasure Room
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ca84a8f
comment
Treasure Room: The Gelnika contains a lot of very powerful items and materia, including Yuffie's ultimate weapon, Hades (a useful summon), Cid's level 4 limit break, the Double Cut materia, and more. Plus, many of the enemies can be morphed into sources, making it a good place to easily level up your stats.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ca84a8f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ca84a8f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ca84a8f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d2afccf
type
Audible Gleam
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d2afccf
comment
Audible Gleam: Bahamut Zero would like you to know you should quickly search for a bunker.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d2afccf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d2afccf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d2afccf
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d41b8da
type
Fantastic Aesop
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d41b8da
comment
Fantastic Aesop: If we ever find a way to tap into the energy of the Earth, we'll heed the lessons of this game and not suck it out. We'll stick to coal instead.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d41b8da
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d41b8da
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d41b8da
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d9bc945
type
Babies Ever After
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d9bc945
comment
Babies Ever After: The good ending of the Mog House minigame.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d9bc945
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d9bc945
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6d9bc945
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6de71c57
type
Disc-One Final Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6de71c57
comment
Disc-One Final Boss: President Shinra who turns up dead early in Disc 1. Averted in that the game's first two discs do end with big boss battles, but neither time does the game fool you into thinking the battles are climactic.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6de71c57
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6de71c57
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6de71c57
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
type
Swiss Army Weapon
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
comment
Swiss Army Weapon: Barret and Yuffie, during a couple of their Limit Breaks with certain weapons...
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6dec2f19
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6e16031c
type
Sphere of Power
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6e16031c
comment
Sphere of Power: In this case, Materia.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6e16031c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6e16031c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6e16031c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
type
Guide Dang It!
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
comment
Guide Dang It!: Several parts in the main game. Finding the Keystone which unlocks the Temple of the Ancients. The only place that makes any mention of the Keystone is a random house near the Gongaga, which the game fails to mention anything about. Then when you get the Keystone good luck finding the Temple without a guide. After completing the Temple of the Ancients, the game shows a scene of Aerith in the Sleeping Forest. It fails to tell you where the forest is and that you're supposed to go to Bone Village to get to it (though at that point it's the only place left that you haven't been that's accessible with the Tiny Bronco). On top of that, for some reason the game places you in Gongaga, which is extremely far away from Bone Village. Finding Cloud in Mideel. The game does not tell you where you're supposed to go after escaping from Junon, though Red XIII does mention that you should talk to Bugenhagen on the Highwind. Also, happens with the sidequests. It's not apparent at all that you can get a one-of-a-kind materia from the crazed consumer's pet white chocobo. Hey, did you know you can fight up to 15 battles at Fort Condor? What, you didn't go back and check after every single event in the game, going so far as to huff it on foot lest your car breaks down to make sure that you can backtrack to Fort Condor? Too bad, guess you missed out on a whole lot of free stuff!
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ec989d8
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ee10e0
type
My Greatest Failure
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ee10e0
comment
My Greatest Failure: Cloud feels regret over several failures. His failure to become a SOLDIER and the death of Zack who died trying to protect him leads to Cloud suffering from psychological disorders like Trauma-Induced Amnesia and Split Personality. He also regrets failing to prevent the death of Aerith, which motivates Cloud to take down Sephiroth. In the prequel Crisis Core, Zack's failure in capturing Genesis and preventing the death of Angeal also fall into this category.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ee10e0
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ee10e0
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ee10e0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef09297
type
Masquerade
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef09297
comment
Masquerade: Yup, Cloud and Tifa's hometown got demolished five years ago. Totally.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef09297
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef09297
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef09297
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef6417b
type
Disney Death
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef6417b
comment
Cait Sith sacrifices himself to let the heroes escape the Temple of the Ancients - but because he's a remotely controlled robot, he comes right back not ten minutes later.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef6417b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef6417b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_6ef6417b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71456526
type
VictoriousChildhoodFriend
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71456526
comment
Victorious Childhood Friend: Word of God, this is how Cloud and Tifa end up.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71456526
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71456526
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71456526
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
type
Up to Eleven
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
comment
Taken Up to Eleven with the Sister Ray.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71a223fc
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
type
Plotline Death
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
comment
Plotline Death: Say it with us: Aerith.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71bd555a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71e8a5c5
type
Trauma Conga Line
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71e8a5c5
comment
Trauma Conga Line: Cloud himself. Up to Eleven. Before the game even starts, he's already: (1) endured a lonely, alienated childhood; (2) been told he's too weak to become a SOLDIER; (3) watched his hero Sephiroth destroy his hometown and nearly murder both his childhood crush Tifa and his good friend Zack; (4) suffered over four years of sadistic experimentation by Hojo; and finally (5) is forced to helplessly watch Zack die in a gutwrenching heroic last stand to protect him.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71e8a5c5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71e8a5c5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_71e8a5c5
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7228d0cb
type
Game Over
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7228d0cb
comment
It's also made worse that if one of your team gets taken down, instant Game Over, even if it's not the team fighting the core (which fights Sephiroth's final form).
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7228d0cb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7228d0cb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7228d0cb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7259fa1c
type
Combat Haircomb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7259fa1c
comment
Combat Haircomb: Red XIII's weapon of choice.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7259fa1c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7259fa1c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7259fa1c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_72cdfc33
type
Big Bad Ensemble
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_72cdfc33
comment
Big Bad Ensemble: Shinra and Sephiroth both want the Promised Land for completely different reasons: the former as a source of limitless power, the latter to become a god. It's eventually revealed that Professor Hojo had planned on using Sephiroth and Jenova to create a big enough threat that the Omega WEAPON would be activated, with the intent of taking it over and beating his son at his own game. He only succeeded in awakening the lesser WEAPONs before he was killed, although he compromised by allowing Sephiroth to eat his soul and created a digital copy of his consciousness that (almost) succeeded where he'd failed.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_72cdfc33
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_72cdfc33
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_72cdfc33
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_735dd172
type
Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_735dd172
comment
Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl: To an extent, both Tifa and Aerith are this towards Cloud
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_735dd172
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_735dd172
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_735dd172
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_754df088
type
Put on a Bus
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_754df088
comment
At another point later in the game, Cloud and Tifa are both temporarily Put on a Bus and you lose their equipment as well, but you get their stuff back when they rejoin the group.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_754df088
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_754df088
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_754df088
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75c952bf
type
Our Presidents Are Different
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75c952bf
comment
Our Presidents Are Different: President Evil type, with President Shinra and Rufus.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75c952bf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75c952bf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75c952bf
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75ff5853
type
Can't Drop the Hero
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75ff5853
comment
Can't Drop the Hero: Both subverted and played straight; at a couple times in the game, you lose Cloud for a while, to be replaced by Tifa and Cid. Outside of this, however, you truly can't drop the hero.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75ff5853
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-0.3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75ff5853
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_75ff5853
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7656db8c
type
Kleptomaniac Hero Found Underwear
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7656db8c
comment
Kleptomaniac Hero Found Underwear: During the Nibelheim flashback, it's possible for Cloud to sneak into Tifa's house and rifle through her drawers and find "orthopaedic underwear." This sequence is happening under the framing device that Cloud is actually narrating everything he does in the flashback to his companions, and Tifa butts in at this point and yells at him for revealing this.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7656db8c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7656db8c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7656db8c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_765a84eb
type
Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_765a84eb
comment
Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke: Many a summon, and Sephiroth's solar system shattering attack (which doesn't actually destroy any solar systems, that bit's just there to make it cooler).
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_765a84eb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_765a84eb
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_765a84eb
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7870735b
type
From Bad to Worse
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7870735b
comment
From Bad to Worse: Holy almost doesn't defeat Meteor... but thanks to Aerith's Big Damn Heroes moment, she can power it up with the Lifestream. Then the first cases of Geostigma start appearing.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7870735b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7870735b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7870735b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_79793ac7
type
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_79793ac7
comment
"Save the World" Climax: The game starts with a resistance group known as Avalanche fighting against the Shinra Mega-Corp just to help improve the lives of the citizens that live in the slums. One thing turns to another and eventually they're fighting a psychotic Supersoldier who wants to destroy the world.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_79793ac7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_79793ac7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_79793ac7
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a0b9d67
type
Redemption Demotion
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a0b9d67
comment
Redemption Demotion: Rude and Reno, who were actually competent in Final Fantasy VII, are reduced to comic relief in FFAC now that they've had their Heel–Face Turn. Then again, they still put up a good fight against Loz and Yazoo.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a0b9d67
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a0b9d67
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a0b9d67
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a555627
type
Honest Corporate Executive
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a555627
comment
Honest Corporate Executive: Reeve.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a555627
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a555627
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a555627
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a82c3d2
type
All Love Is Unrequited
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a82c3d2
comment
Tseng also backhands Aerith early in Disc One. Poor Aerith seems to get a lot of this. It's made even more tragic/evil in light of the fact that he has a crush on her.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a82c3d2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a82c3d2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7a82c3d2
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ae4d273
type
Point of No Return
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ae4d273
comment
Point of No Return: The game's final point of no return is at the very bottom of Northern Cave/The Crater, in a room overlooking a giant fissure and platforms leading into the Lifestream and the core of the Planet. The last screen prior to crossing the POTN is when all the members of AVALANCE regroup and you can take items they picked up. This is a good place to create the last Save Point, but once Cloud enters the Lifestream and goes down the platforms (you'll get a "Do you wish to continue" question before this), the player can no longer go back up and must proceed down two more screens with several random mini-boss like enemies to the platform with the Jenova-SYNTHESIS boss fight, with the final meeting with Sephiroth following.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ae4d273
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ae4d273
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ae4d273
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7b7965dd
type
Boss in Mook Clothing
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7b7965dd
comment
Boss in Mook Clothing: Numerous enemies in the Sunken Gelnika and in the Northern Crater.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7b7965dd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7b7965dd
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7b7965dd
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bb844ec
type
Villain Decay
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bb844ec
comment
Villain Decay: Sephiroth, along with some Motive Decay. In most subsequent appearances like Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, Kingdom Hearts and Dissidia Final Fantasy, he's becoming steadily more obsessed with trolling Cloud than he is actually being a villain and pursuing any actual goals other than messing with Cloud's head. However, Badass Decay is averted. In the original game Hojo is presented as a calm and calculating individual, but as time goes on his insanity seeps through and he goes off the deep end at the end of the game. In Dirge of Cerberus he's reduced to a nasally nutcase who loves ranting about his evil plans. While justified in that it's a computer version of him made after going off the deep end at the end of the original game, one wonders why Hojo was needed in the game at all if he wasn't going to be as considerable a threat.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bb844ec
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-1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bb844ec
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bb844ec
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bed2677
type
Super Cell Reception
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bed2677
comment
Super Cell Reception: There was a PHS (Party Hensei System, a pun on Personal Handiphone System) which allowed you to summon your comrades from anywhere — in the middle of the desert, on a mountain, in a cave or underneath a giant metal plate. However, it didn't seem so much cellular as Save Point-ular, and only worked when on one.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bed2677
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bed2677
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7bed2677
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c36c716
type
Angst Coma
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c36c716
comment
Angst Coma: Cloud's coma midway through the game may have been caused by Mako poisoning, but it's not until he deals with his amnesia and other psychological disorders that he's cured.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c36c716
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c36c716
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c36c716
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type
Earth-Shattering Kaboom
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c7589af
comment
Earth-Shattering Kaboom: What Meteor does.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c7589af
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c7589af
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7c7589af
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Malevolent Architecture
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Malevolent Architecture: Only an asshole like President Shinra would design a city with built-in self-destruct mechanisms (the "Emergency Plate Release System") tucked away beneath everyone's feet.
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AnatomyArsenal
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Anatomy Arsenal: Barret's gun arm and Dyne's.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ebe1f60
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Sentient Cosmic Force
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Sentient Cosmic Force: The Lifestream
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ed7b58c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ef9fa03
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Expanded Universe
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Expanded Universe: VII has the most fleshed-out universe of the entire series. The Compilation of Final Fantasy VII refers to all media that deals with the FFVII universe.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ef9fa03
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7ef9fa03
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Still the Leader
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Still the Leader
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7f11d137
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7fbb2a3
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Cloud, several times in the story. Cloud tosses Sephiroth into the Nibeliheim reactor, which is what caused him to become as powerful as he did.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_7fbb2a3
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Optional Stealth
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Optional Stealth: On the 60th floor of Shinra Headquarters you have the choice of sneaking past the guards or getting caught and fighting them.
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Sdrawkcab Name
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Sdrawkcab Name: AireTam Storm is a move that punishes you for using materia.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_808b6d16
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Breather Episode
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Breather Episode: Right before the Temple of the Ancients is a lighthearted date scene. The first new location visited on disc two is the rather peaceful Icicle Inn, which is host to a snowboarding minigame.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_80a247a9
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Star Wars (Franchise)
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Biggs and Wedge, continuing the tradition from Final Fantasy VI.
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_82accf22
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Gainax Ending
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Gainax Ending: Up until the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII came out and clarified it, this game had an extremely confusing ending sequence that left many people wondering whether the world was destroyed at the end of the game or not. The length of time between the Compilation and the original game's release led to many decrying Square for "retconning" this.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_82accf22
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Magitek
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Magitek: Mako power.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_82d2715f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_830ceec9
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Inevitable Tournament
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Inevitable Tournament: You're forced to fight in the Gold Saucer's Battle Arena in order to borrow the Keystone from Dio.
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BFG
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8344209e
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BFG: The aptly named Big Cannon at Junon. Taken Up to Eleven with the Sister Ray.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8344209e
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8344209e
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BFS
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_834420aa
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BFS: Cloud and Sephiroth each have one. Sephiroth's is a no-dachi. It's not just any no-dachi, it is six feet long in the game. In other words, almost longer than he is tall (his canonical height is 6'1"). In Crisis Core and Advent Children, the no-dachi gets a downgrade to a much more manageable four feet long (as if that makes it better).
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MegaManning
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Mega Manning: The Enemy Skill materia, this game's equivalent of Blue Magic.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_84007d37
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin
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The aptly named Big Cannon at Junon.
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Humanoid Abomination
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_851dda8f
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Humanoid Abomination: After taking a dip in the Lifestream, Sephiroth apparently lost all remnants of his Humanity, and basically completely became Jenova's Heir. Mixing her abilities with his own remaining human intellect, he now embarks on a plan to smash a Meteor into the Planet, then having his own personal Family Barbecue. Just like Mom used to do!
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_851dda8f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_86be2f48
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Tiered by Name
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Tiered by Name: The summon Bahamut comes in 3 increasingly powerful versions, culminating in Bahamut Zero.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_86be2f48
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Black-and-Gray Morality
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Black-and-Gray Morality: AVALANCHE as compared to Shinra. Cait Sith calls Barret out on it at one point.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8767b1f3
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Eldritch Abomination
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Sephiroth was rather fond of his extraterrestrial destroyer-of-all-things holy "mother" although she wasn't technically his real mother.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8774fb47
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead: Sephiroth in Advent Children. Consistently subverted with Aerith, no matter how much the fans (especially the shippers) want it to happen. And, no, hacking the game to keep her in the party after her death scene doesn't count.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S" You could probably power several continents with the sheer energy spent on debating whether to use "Aeris" or "Aerith". As of recent English releases (such as Crisis Core and Kingdom Hearts) and from the very beginning in Japanese publications, "Aerith" has become the canon spelling, but because people still cling to the "Aeris" spelling from the original US release (and it has yet to be corrected in reprints), even The Other Wiki uses it - but only when referring to Final Fantasy 7 itself. The Spanish translation of Kingdom Hearts uses Aeris (for Aerith) and Sefirot (for Sephiroth), like in the original translation of FFVII, but they are changed to the canon equivalent in Kingdom Hearts II. Some Spanish players find those unfortunate because Sefirot is the usual transliteration of the Hebrew word, and as such it was about the only thing the Spanish "Blind Idiot" Translation did right. "Shin-Ra" (in Japan) versus "Shinra" (in translations), which was rather curious because it clearly said "Shin-Ra" in the company's logo, in the English version as well. Japan has adopted the "Shinra" parsing in text, but the logo continues to read "Shin-Ra". More obscure examples (taken from the old Official Establishment File artbook) include "Yrena" (Elena), "Leno" (Reno), and "Liviathan" (Leviathan).
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Go Mad from the Revelation
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Go Mad from the Revelation: Sephiroth discovers that he is another product of Shinra's bioengineering - this trope is the result.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_89b8822f
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Industrial Ghetto
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Industrial Ghetto: Lower Midgar.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8a524789
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Pivotal Wake-up
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Pivotal Wake-up: Vincent.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8a7f47c7
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It Was His Sled
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A more permanent example is Aerith, whose sudden death makes you lose all her equipment. Thank God the creators weren't cruel enough to take away all her materia, too... The fact that her equipment is not returned is especially irritating because there is a unique piece of armour (the Edincoat) in the dungeon just before you lose her that you will quite likely equip on her, since she is a White Magician Girl who is, for that dungeon, a Required Party Member. At another point later in the game, Cloud and Tifa are both temporarily Put on a Bus and you lose their equipment as well, but you get their stuff back when they rejoin the group.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8abd0e31
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Deconstruction
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8ae880f7
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Deconstruction: Of Eastern RPGs, including their mechanics, plots, and many common character types associated with them. Of course, since this game introduced many people to RPGs in general, many people missed that point entirely.
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There Is No Kill Like Overkill
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8b606a51
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Zack—shot... repeatedly: dead.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8b606a51
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Stalker with a Crush
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comment
Stalker with a Crush: You learn Cloud was a bit of a stalker to Tifa when they were kids during "Cloud's Subconscious," when Tifa must fix Cloud's memories when they both fall into the Lifestream. For example, Cloud used to look at Tifa's room through the window from outside, and he often watched her with her friends from afar... He didn't like her three friends and thought they were stupid. To top it off, Cloud randomly calls Tifa out to the well, even though they weren't "close" friends. Even Tifa was surprised. Hmm... There's also Tseng and Aerith. They've known each other since they were kids and Rude flat-out states in Gongaga that Tseng has the hots for her. The stalker part comes from Tseng being assigned by Shinra to keep tabs on Aerith for research purposes. Crisis Core turns it into something of a reverse Bodyguard Crush, as part of Tseng's duties also include keeping her safe (without her knowledge, of course). They seem to be on decent terms in Crisis Core, but then he goes and slaps her across the face during the Sector 7 pillar bombing, but this was before the Turks were Flanderized from an evil The Men in Black-type organization into a Noble Demon Quirky Miniboss Squad in the rest of Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8b68d9a7
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Macross Missile Massacre
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Macross Missile Massacre: When the Shinra shoot at Sapphire Weapon. The learnable enemy skill Matra Magic.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8b93a168
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Skippable Boss
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Skippable Boss: The Turks in the sunken Gelnika will not appear if you've already had your final fight with them while stopping Sister Ray, which can also be avoided since it gives you the option not to fight.
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No One Could Survive That!
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No One Could Survive That!: Two incidents. The first is Sephiroth getting tossed into the Nibelheim reactor by Cloud in his true memory. The second is Rufus getting hit by a barrage of energy from Diamond Weapon.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8c96ae78
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Mr. Exposition
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Mr. Exposition: Professor Hojo often provides information that is critical to understanding the plot. This makes sense considering that he's the one behind all of it.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8cb844c6
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Doomsday Device
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Doomsday Device: The Black Materia.
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8d2f6f03
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Backtracking
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8d2f6f03
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Backtracking: This is the only way to get all the items in the North Cave. If you play it right, you can get more than one of some of the items.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8d2f6f03
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8d2f6f03
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8e04fdd7
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Dragon with an Agenda
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Dragon with an Agenda: Professor Hojo can be seen as an example, as he actively works against Shinra on many occasions despite arguably being their most valuable executive. He resigns from his post and begrudgingly assists the main party on their search for Sephiroth, only because he wants to see his research come to fruition. Later in the game, while his colleagues are attempting to stop his son from causing the apocalypse, he does everything in his power to speed it along.
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode: Hoo boy. After the date scene we get an entire series of wham moments that continue until a little way into the second disc. In this order, Cait Sith's betrayal, the Temple of the Ancients with the black materia and Cait Sith's sacrifice, Sephiroth controlling Cloud and forcing him to hand over the black materia, Aerith leaving, Aerith dying, some trekking, and ultimately the Whirlwind Maze. The events unfolding at the maze include the discovery of Sephiroth's true body, the realization that it was Zack in Nibelheim, not Cloud, Cloud falling into the lifestream, Meteor being summoned, and finally the Weapons being released. Phew.
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8e9cf84e
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"Blind Idiot" Translation: The abnormally large number of these is said to have prompted Square to create its own localization department. "This guy are sick" and "To the settling of everything," among other mistakes. The game says otherwise, but do not "attack while the tail is up" in the first boss battle. The problem here isn't the translation but the phrasing. Had it been "Attack while the tail is up, it'll counter-attack with its laser!" in a single text box, it would have made a lot more sense. Prefixing it with "If you..." would have solved the issue too. And if you think the English translation is bad, the Spanish translation is a Blind Idiot Translation of the English Blind Idiot Translation. Highlights include Aerith and Yuffie being referred to as men at times, Aerith's mother having two names, "techno" translated as a substantive rather than as a prefix/adjective, in a way that in every case it appears it sounds like they're talking about the musical genre (someone in Corel calls Barrett a "monstruo del tecno", which makes it sound like he's a really badass DJ), and "well" somehow being once translated as "rueda" ("Wheel"), among lots of other "marvels". A Spanish Let's Play concluded Aerith was a hermaphrodite. The German translation is just as bad. Ignore the random German text, suddenly littered with untranslated English text, with translated German text beneath that, and the sentence fragments repeating themselves two or three times. They also exchanged the Ü for a é (despite having the option to just write ue), making dialogue that includes that vowel hard to understand the first time around.
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Socketed Equipment
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Socketed Equipment
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Swiss Army Appendage
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Swiss Army Appendage: Barret.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8f6f3188
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fc2e9e8
type
Cry Cute
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fc2e9e8
comment
Cry Cute: Kadaj.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fc2e9e8
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1.0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fc2e9e8
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fd7af48
type
Sir Swears-a-Lot
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fd7af48
comment
Sir Swears-a-Lot: Barrett and Cid. Especially Cid.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fd7af48
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fd7af48
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_8fd7af48
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_902fa0b4
type
Giant Space Flea from Nowhere
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_902fa0b4
comment
Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Schizo, the two headed dragon in the Icicle Cave. This mandatory boss fight was added to the American version of the game for no apparent reason. You can steal a Protect Ring from it, but other than that it has no bearing on the rest of the game whatsoever. The Red Dragon that attacks the party in the Temple of the Ancients comes out of nowhere as well.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_902fa0b4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_902fa0b4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_902fa0b4
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_90e5039
type
Equipment Spoiler
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_90e5039
comment
Equipment Spoiler: You can find a weapon for Vincent in Kalm, way before you can actually recruit him. Also, weapons for him and Yuffie will appear in shops and chests around the world even if you miss them.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_90e5039
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1.0
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_90e5039
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_916c72b3
type
Rule of Symbolism
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_916c72b3
comment
Rule of Symbolism: Zack means "Memory."
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_916c72b3
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_916c72b3
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_916c72b3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9183215d
type
Last Disc Magic
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9183215d
comment
Last Disc Magic: Ultima, Knights of the Round and many level 4 limit breaks can only be accessed starting towards the end of disc 2. More literally, the rather powerful enemy skills Angel Whisper and Pandora's Box can only be found in the Northern Cave.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9183215d
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9183215d
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e894b4
type
Apocalypse How
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e894b4
comment
Apocalypse How: It's never specified how much damage Meteor will do, but it seems to be anywhere from global-scale mass-extinction to planetary destruction.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e894b4
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e894b4
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e894b4
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e8cd03
type
Apocalypse Wow
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e8cd03
comment
Apocalypse Wow: The scene of Meteor making its final descent.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e8cd03
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e8cd03
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_91e8cd03
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9256ac7c
type
Cutscene Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9256ac7c
comment
Cutscene Boss: Sapphire WEAPON. Diamond WEAPON was this in the original Japanese version, but an actual fight against him was added when the game went international.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9256ac7c
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9256ac7c
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9256ac7c
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_92a1fa1b
type
Damage-Sponge Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_92a1fa1b
comment
Damage-Sponge Boss /Marathon Boss: Ruby and Emerald WEAPON, who have eight hundred thousand and one million hp , respectively, and you are only able to do 9999 at once, typical strategies for beating them involve using the Game-Breaker summon a couple dozen times. The fight against Emerald WEAPON takes place underwater; you have to either kill it in 20 minutes, or undergo a simple sidequest to allow you to breathe water. Since that isn't very long against something with as many hp as Emerald WEAPON, most people go for the sidequest. Or you can beat it in 7 seconds.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_92a1fa1b
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_92a1fa1b
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_92a1fa1b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_93773e14
type
TransformationTrauma
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_93773e14
comment
Transformation Trauma: Vincent.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_93773e14
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_93773e14
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_93773e14
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_94e4c8ab
type
Betty and Veronica
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_94e4c8ab
comment
Betty and Veronica: Tifa and Aerith zig-zag between the two. Tifa is Ms. Fanservice, but acts frequently between Type B Tsundere and a Shrinking Violet. Aerith does not look as wild as she is, yet is very flirty with Cloud.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_94e4c8ab
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_94e4c8ab
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_94e4c8ab
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_956a6d1e
type
Pre-Rendered Graphics
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_956a6d1e
comment
Pre-Rendered Graphics: The in-game environments and cutscenes are all pre-rendered and much higher quality than the actual models that the player interacts with. Strangely, some of the cutscenes still use the primitive in-game models, even though that's unnecessary.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_956a6d1e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_956a6d1e
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_956a6d1e
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9578e935
type
Bare Your Midriff
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9578e935
comment
Bare Your Midriff: Tifa and Yuffie.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9578e935
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9578e935
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9578e935
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_957e5fc2
type
Villainous Breakdown
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_957e5fc2
comment
Villainous Breakdown: The entire goddamn Shinra company after Meteor is summoned. With a big-ass Colony Drop in the sky barrelling down on them, panicked civilians running for the hills, a veritable Quirky Mini Boss Squad of giant Eldritch Abominations roaming the lands, and the "Promised Land" turning out to be fake, everyone at Shinra collectively loses their shit. They start running through a litany of stupid and/or insane plans like the world was coming to an end. They start by trying to execute the only people besides themselves who might have a chance at stop Meteor. They they try shooting 20 year-old derelict rockets at Meteor (which proves more dangerous than just letting it be). After Rufus is incapacitated, the other execs turn on each other and Reeve and Palmer get thrown under the bus. Hojo goes nuts and tries to beat Meteor to the punch by blowing up Midgar himself. And worst of all, the remaining execs try to kill the heroes while they race to stop Hojo from blowing up Midgar. By the end of Disc Two, Shinra Inc. has effectively killed itself, with the party's role in its downfall being nothing but the natural reaction to their self-inflicted deathblow.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_957e5fc2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_957e5fc2
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1.0
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_957e5fc2
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_95b875b1
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Not Me This Time
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_95b875b1
comment
Not Me This Time: Sephiroth laughs at your party when you get attacked by a dragon in the temple of the ancients and think that he is responsible for it.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_95b875b1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_95b875b1
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_95b875b1
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Orphan's Plot Trinket
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9673d7f0
comment
Orphan's Plot Trinket: The White Materia, which Aerith inherited from her mother.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9673d7f0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9673d7f0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9673d7f0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96e967f8
type
Anti-Climax Boss
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96e967f8
comment
Anti-Climax Boss/Zero-Effort Boss: The final final duel with Sephiroth. He can't kill you, and your attacks automatically kill him. Even if you wait long enough for him to hit you, you automatically counterattack and defeat him anyway.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96e967f8
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96e967f8
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96e967f8
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96f6335d
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Bodyguard Crush
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96f6335d
comment
What about Vincent? The guy fell deeply in love with Lucrecia, only for her to choose Hojo and her work over him, and then was cruelly experimented on, had a total of four bloodthirsty demons shoved into him to share his mind for the rest of his life, and locked in a coffin for thirty years. If that's not dark and troubled, I don't know what is.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96f6335d
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96f6335d
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96f6335d
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96fbeaf
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There Are No Therapists
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96fbeaf
comment
There Are No Therapists: Emotionally disturbed mercenary? Petty thief? Serial bomber? Body Horror victim? Multiple victims of kidnapping and Parental Abandonment? Nope, no problems here!
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96fbeaf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96fbeaf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_96fbeaf
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_970c790a
type
Big Bad
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_970c790a
comment
Big Bad: Sephiroth is the definitive main antagonist of the game, but there are a few major antagonists that come close to filling the role. More information can be found on the trope page.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_970c790a
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_970c790a
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_970c790a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_973d220f
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Never My Fault
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_973d220f
comment
Never My Fault: It turns out Cid's assistant isn't as responsible for his crushed dream as he thought.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_973d220f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_973d220f
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_973d220f
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9843be73
type
As You Know
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9843be73
comment
As You Know: Cloud occasionally gives plot recaps. Justified (at least the second time), because you've just brought in new party members who don't know what you've been up to since the beginning.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9843be73
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9843be73
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9843be73
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_987be393
type
Gambit Roulette
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_987be393
comment
Gambit Roulette: Arguably, Aerith's calling of the White Materia, since she likely knew Sephiroth would be able to keep it under control. Doesn't actually work, however, since By the time Meteor reaches the planet, it's too powerful for the White Materia alone to stop it.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_987be393
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_987be393
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_987be393
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_988357f9
type
Dead Character Walking
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_988357f9
comment
Dead Character Walking: By a glitch with Cloud's flashback sequence. Sephiroth's AI is supposed to revive Cloud should he fall in battle but sometimes Sephiroth will just wail on enemies instead, leaving Cloud down. This becomes extremely funny when Sephiroth separates from Cloud's party, leaving Cloud to walk around town by himself while his HP is at 0. There's no more random encounters once Sephiroth leaves due to plot reasons, so there's no risk of a Game Over.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_988357f9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_988357f9
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_988357f9
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_98aaf983
type
Comically Small Bribe
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_98aaf983
comment
Comically Small Bribe: Want to get into Junon airport, and don't feel like getting wet while riding the dolphin? TOO BAD, it's off limits, unless you pay the elevator guard. .. 10 gil. You can walk out of town, kill some pansy monsters, and rake in a few hundred.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_98aaf983
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_98aaf983
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_98aaf983
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_991912ca
type
Combos
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_991912ca
comment
Combos: Various characters' limits breaks: Cloud's Omnislash, Tifa's entire string, Yuffie's Bloodfest and Doom of the Living, and Cid's Big Brawl.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_991912ca
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_991912ca
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_991912ca
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_99298c71
type
Better to Die than Be Killed
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_99298c71
comment
Dyne—throws himself into a canyon: dead.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_99298c71
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_99298c71
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_99298c71
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_998360a
type
Take Up My Sword
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_998360a
comment
Take Up My Sword: Cloud does this with the Buster Sword from Zack...
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_998360a
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_998360a
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_998360a
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9ae0ead1
type
Villains Out Shopping
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9ae0ead1
comment
Villains Out Shopping: The party run into Hojo during his 10-Minute Retirement at the Costa Del Sol, working on his tan (in his lab coat?). He makes it quite clear he's not interested in having it out with them and just wants to enjoy his time off. Ditto for Turks drinking out during the Wutai sidequest.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9ae0ead1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9ae0ead1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9ae0ead1
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9bc66bb1
type
Belated Happy Ending
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9bc66bb1
comment
Belated Happy Ending: Aerith and Zack are shown reunited in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9bc66bb1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9bc66bb1
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9bc66bb1
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c5e78d0
type
Kill the Cutie
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c5e78d0
comment
Kill the Cutie: Again, Aerith.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c5e78d0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c5e78d0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c5e78d0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c8701b5
type
A Day in the Limelight
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c8701b5
comment
A Day in the Limelight: Every playable character has at least part of the game focused exclusively on them, their backstory, character development, and personal growth.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c8701b5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c8701b5
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9c8701b5
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
type
Interface Spoiler
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
comment
Interface Spoiler: The stores sell weapons for party members you haven't discovered yet, or may never get at all.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9cb3e22e
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9d00ac98
type
Thunderbird
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9d00ac98
comment
Thunderbird: Avian enemies that tend to attack in groups and to strafe the whole party at once with lightning attacks. Their original Japanese name, Raijincho, is a portmanteau of raijin, a mythical Japanese thunder beast, and cho, meaning "bird".
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9d00ac98
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9d00ac98
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9d00ac98
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9dfb8296
type
This Is Gonna Suck
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9dfb8296
comment
The first one is in the Shinra Mansion in Nibelheim. One of the second floor rooms (the one across from the bedroom Cloud sleeps in in the flashback at Kalm) has a safe in it with a number lock (the numbers are hidden in various parts of the mansion). When one attempts to open this safe, Cloud says, "I have a bad feeling about this", and gives you the option to back away (consider it and make sure you heal and save the game outside of town). Trying the safe forces the player to put the combination in order in 30 seconds (you'll blow it if you scroll past a right number), and success rewards the player with a boss fight against Lost Number, a monster in the safe. This is one of the candidates for That One Boss, but if the team is successful at killing it, they get Red XIII's Limited Moon Limit Break manual as the item drop, the Odin summon materia, which pops out of the safe, and most importantly, the key to a side room in the basement; the team MUST beat this boss and retrieve this key to get to Vincent and recruit him into the party.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9dfb8296
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9dfb8296
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9dfb8296
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9faa8f54
type
Electric Jellyfish
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9faa8f54
comment
Electric Jellyfish: The Crown Lance enemy, which casts lightning spells as well as being able to absorb lightning. They're more dangerous for their Deadly Needles attack, though.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9faa8f54
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9faa8f54
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9faa8f54
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fbe06a5
type
Badass in a Nice Suit
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fbe06a5
comment
Badass in a Nice Suit: The Turks, with the exception of Reno. While the rest of the Turks wear their blue suits clean, pressed, and neat, Reno wears his like he just woke up from a drunken one-night-stand.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fbe06a5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fbe06a5
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fbe06a5
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fe35833
type
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fe35833
comment
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas Sephiroth was rather fond of his extraterrestrial destroyer-of-all-things holy "mother" although she wasn't technically his real mother. Kadaj is really obsessed with his mother, though it's likely even he doesn't know why.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fe35833
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fe35833
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_9fe35833
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0b62daf
type
BGMOverride
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0b62daf
comment
BGM Override: Possibly the most well known example of this trope would be the fight with Jenova-LIFE where Aerith's theme keeps playing through the entire scene from the full-motion segment until the disc change.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0b62daf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0b62daf
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0b62daf
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0f61fe2
type
Power-Up Letdown
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0f61fe2
comment
Power-Up Letdown: Kjata. Much more often than not, summoning him will either deal 0 damage, or it will heal the enemy party as they block or absorb one of the four elementals Kjata utilizes (Fire, Ice, Lightning, and Earth).
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0f61fe2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0f61fe2
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a0f61fe2
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a2c7a31
type
Internal Reformist
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a2c7a31
comment
Internal Reformist: Reeve Tuesti starts out as the only member of Shinra's board who isn't a complete psychopath, but largely goes along with their wishes. As he pilots the Cait Sith, which becomes part of your party, he increasingly gets convinced of the rightness of your cause and become a Reverse Mole, helping the party against the threats of both Sephiroth and Shinra.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a2c7a31
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_a2c7a31
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Gateless Ghetto: Midgar. Despite being a massive city with a large amount of buildings, you only explore Slum Sectors Four, Five, Six, and Seven, very little of Eight, a few alleyways on the upper city, the Sector One and Five Reactors, and the Shinra Tower. It's not actually very much when you explore through it.
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My Death Is Just the Beginning
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My Death Is Just the Beginning: Both Aerith and Sephiroth pull this off, furthering their own objectives by returning to The Lifestream after their deaths. By merging with the Lifestream, Aerith was able to directly control Holy and passively aid her allies (as seen in Advent Children), while Sephiroth was able to reach out and infect people with Geostigma in an effort to eventually corrupt the Lifestream. Meanwhile, in Dirge of Cerberus, it's revealed that Hojo uploaded himself onto the internet in order to defy death and continue to screw over the world.
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Sexy Discretion Shot: Cloud and Tifa under the Highwind. Fade to Black.
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NPC Random Encounter Immunity
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NPC Random Encounter Immunity: Played straight. How did the people of Nibelheim get to the reactor to work? How do hermits (like the smith south of the Gold Saucer and the guy in the cave near Fort Condor) survive? Why do kids near the north pole have snowboards when all the slopes land you in high-level encounter land? Plants don't grow in Midgar, so who grows the food and transports it?
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Lens Flare
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Lens Flare: The Mt. Nibel scenes.
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Mood Whiplash
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Mood Whiplash: A non-plot related example, also due to translation issues: "Beacause you're a puppet." There's a little bit of this, considering the next thing you do after Aerith dies is go snowboarding. 'This is my hometown. It used to be prosperous, but it got razed to the ground, my friend and I lost a hand each, lots of people died, Shin-Ra sucks and Sephiroth is getting away from us so he can go kill more people as we speak.' 'Time to PLAY SOME GAMES!' Granted, Barret himself isn't in the mood to go have fun with you. Cloud getting shot by Yazoo while he reflects on Kadaj's death comes right out of nowhere too. He gets better though, literally two seconds later.
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Shifting Sand Land
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Shifting Sand Land: Corel Prison. Doubles as The Alcatraz.
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Chest Monster: As is a tradition with the Final Fantasy series, the Chest Monster is present in two areas: The first one is in the Shinra Mansion in Nibelheim. One of the second floor rooms (the one across from the bedroom Cloud sleeps in in the flashback at Kalm) has a safe in it with a number lock (the numbers are hidden in various parts of the mansion). When one attempts to open this safe, Cloud says, "I have a bad feeling about this", and gives you the option to back away (consider it and make sure you heal and save the game outside of town). Trying the safe forces the player to put the combination in order in 30 seconds (you'll blow it if you scroll past a right number), and success rewards the player with a boss fight against Lost Number, a monster in the safe. This is one of the candidates for That One Boss, but if the team is successful at killing it, they get Red XIII's Limited Moon Limit Break manual as the item drop, the Odin summon materia, which pops out of the safe, and most importantly, the key to a side room in the basement; the team MUST beat this boss and retrieve this key to get to Vincent and recruit him into the party. The other is towards the end of the Ancient Temple. In the room with the clock, Cloud can arrange the hands to form a bridge to up to two doors. Doors 1 and 3 lead to booby-trapped treasure chests that each contain an enemy group exclusive to them (Door 1 has a Jemnezmy and a duo of Toxic Frogs at her side while Door 3 has a pair of 8 Eye blob enemies that can suck your health rapidly; all of them are very weak against Bio). Oh, and getting hit by the second hand dumps you into a pit, forces you to fight a pair of Ancient Dragons that surround you, and send you back to near the start of the dungeon (you'll find Cloud's Nail Bat weapon in this pit).
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Infinity +1 Sword
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Infinity +1 Sword: Every character has an ultimate weapon that has eight linked Materia slots and provides additional combat benefits. For instance, Cloud's Ultima Weapon and Cait Sith's HP Shout gain strength when their HP is high. The downside is that these weapons have zero materia growth, but by the time you get most of them, your Materia won't have much growing left to do anyway. They all have some trick to maxing out damage. Cloud's Ultima Weapon does more damage if his HP is high. Barret's Missing Score does more damage based on how much mastered materia he has equipped on it. Tifa's Premium Heart does more damage if the limit gauge is high. And so on.
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Rule of Drama
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Rule of Drama: The reason why one glaring gameplay mixup during one particularly famous death scene didn't really stop full grown men from openly weeping at their controllers.
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The Promise
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The Promise: Cloud's childhood promise to Tifa.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: Zack.
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MacGuffin
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MacGuffin: The Black Materia. Living MacGuffin: Sephiroth serves this role for most of the game. MacGuffin Delivery Service: Cloud, under Sephiroth's control, does this multiple times during the plot. MacGuffin Location: The Promised Land part of the game. It turns out to be fake. Also, the Temple of the Ancients counts since it is actually the Black Materia.
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Matchmaker Crush
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Matchmaker Crush: Though competing for Cloud's affection with Aerith, Tifa likes Cloud more when he shows concern for Aerith. Go figure. You can interpret it as Tifa appreciating the fact that Cloud actually cares about anyone at all, and in the Wall Market mission, that he remembered to rescue a girl from getting raped. Aerith, on the other hand, loses affection for Cloud when he shows concern for Tifa if put in the exact same situation.
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Karma Houdini
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Karma Houdini Rufus, though he nearly gets killed by Diamond WEAPON, then gets Geostigma, and spends the rest of the Compilation as The Atoner. Palmer also survives the game, but because he's so inconsequential, he never appears again in either the sequels or prequels. Reno, though you could argue he was just doing his job. Without any hesitation or guilt. While watching him defend kids in Advent Children made him look heroic, you have to remember he orphaned at least one.
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Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy
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Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: Lampshaded.
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Unusable Enemy Equipment
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Unusable Enemy Equipment: Sephiroth's sword, Masamune, is explicitly stated to be a weapon that only he can use. At one point, the team sees the sword sticking out of the corpse of President Shinra, but they don't take it, presumably for this reason. In the Last Order anime's recreation of the Nibelheim scene, Tifa attempts to use this weapon to slash Sephiroth and fails for this reason, though this was not present in Crisis Core's version of the same scene.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Howl: Red XIII's father, Seto.
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Clone by Conversion
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Clone by Conversion: Cloud and all the other clones of Sephiroth created by the Jenova Project.
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Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass
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Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Don Corneo. There's only one other possible way to explain how he subdued a Turk and a Ninja, and it involves some pretty unfortunate implications.
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Unholy Nuke
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Unholy Nuke: The Meteor spell cast by Sephiroth. Note that in previous games Meteor was far more neutral.
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Mega-Corp
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Mega-Corp: Shinra Inc.
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Remote Body
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Remote Body: Cait Sith, who's really a high ranking member of Shinra, operates a false body apparently operating another false body.
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Tyke-Bomb
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Tyke-Bomb: Sephiroth and Kadaj.
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Doesn't Like Guns
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Doesn't Like Guns: Sephiroth.
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Big Brother Mentor
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Big Brother Mentor: Angeal to Zack and Zack to Cloud. Possibly also Cloud to Denzel.
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Boy Meets Girl
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Boy Meets Girl: Cloud and Aerith. Subverted in that, boy meets girl, girl then dies.
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Red Shirt
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Red Shirts: In the original and Crisis Core, this role is filled by the Shinra army, who wear blue. In Dirge of Cerberus, the white-shirted WRO are the Red Shirts. The officers do however get the nifty red hats.
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Nuke 'em
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Nuke 'em: What Shinra attempts to do to Meteor
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Scripted Battle
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Scripted Battle: The final battle.
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Reverse Escort Mission: Sephiroth is escorting Cloud during the flashback in Kalm. While Sephiroth can defeat anything, Cloud can not defend himself very well.
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Always Night
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Midgar. In all sectors (numbered 0-8), an upper plate separates the ground-level slums from the other districts. This plate also blocks sunlight (what little there is of it) from trickling down into the slums. Agents from Shinra Inc. activate a support structure's Self-Destruct Mechanism between both layers of Sector 7, causing a section of the plate to come loose and crush everyone beneath before sending an earthquake relief force on the plate. Ironically, Reeve later moves the entire population of Midgar into the slums to protect them from METEOR.
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms. Fanservice: Tifa
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Bifurcated Weapon
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Bifurcated Weapon: Cloud's new BFS in Advent Children.
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Wrestler in All of Us
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Wrestler in All of Us: Tifa's "Meteodrive" limit break. Rather than a martial arts attack like her other moves, it's a pro wrestling suplex. (Sheer drop brainbuster, to be precise.)
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Abusive Parents
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Abusive Parents: Hojo and Lucrecia do genetic experiments on their son while he's still in the womb. Said son turns out... well, let's just say "sociopath" is putting it mildly.
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Evil Is Burning Hot
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Evil Is Burning Hot: Used to dramatic effect for Sephiroth's Unflinching Walk.
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Fate Worse than Death
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Fate Worse than Death Instead of being left for dead after Sephiroth completely devastated them, Zack and Cloud are experimented on for four years by Hojo before Zack manages to break them out. Cloud is left a vegetable from being used as a test subject, and while he got better, his already weak mental state was completely shattered and he had self-induced Amnesia to cope with the events. Meanwhile, Sephiroth spent five years frozen in Mako, conscious but unable to move. The Compilation reveals that Jenova cells left Lucrecia unable to die. She went and froze herself in crystal instead, but may still be conscious.
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Off Bridge, onto Vehicle
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Off Bridge, onto Vehicle: The characters leap off a bridge onto a passing train after destroying the Mako generator.
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Omnicidal Maniac: Sephiroth's plan involves leveling the planet with a massive meteorite. Dyne has reached the point where he simply wants to destroy everything. However, he doesn't get further than the mass murder of a handful of Gold Saucer employees. Hojo also qualifies even moreso than Dyne or even his son, Sephiroth. For one thing, Sephiroth at least intended to become a god and remake the planet in his image. Hojo, on the other hand, fully intended to destroy the planet and for what? Research, that's what. More specifically, he manipulated Sephiroth into deciding to destroy the planet and become a god in order to also summon Omega, bond with it, and witness the final results of his research (which also explains why he made the extremely stupid decision to inject himself with Jenova's cells in a larger quantity than regular personnel of SOLDIER, with predictable results leading to his demise), and after that failed, he took over Weiss as soon as the World Wide Network was repaired and engineered through Weiss the sending of several uncontaminated people into the planet's core to trigger Omega and then have it leave the planet.
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Tragic Bromance: Cloud and Zack. Although this is kind of vague, it's elaborated on in the other entries of the franchise such as Last Order: Final Fantasy VII, Crisis Core, and Advent Children.
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Intellectual Animal
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Intellectual Animal: Red XIII.
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Make Way for the New Villains
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Make Way for the New Villains: President Shinra, the seeming Big Bad established in the opening act of the game, is killed by Sephiroth, who quickly becomes the focus and main antagonist of the story.
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White Magician Girl
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White Magician Girl: Aerith.
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Colony Drop
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Shinra's destruction of Sector 7.
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Dungeon Bypass
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Dungeon Bypass: You can bypass much of the Shinra Building and its guards by simply taking the stairs as opposed to fighting your way floor by floor. This is, however, incredibly boring, time consuming, and you have to put up with your characters complaining the entire way. There are a few bits of nice loot on the stairs, however.
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The Ace
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The Ace: Zack before he died.
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The Rez
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The Rez: Cosmo Canyon!
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It's Raining Men
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It's Raining Men: Appears in two forms. The first occurs in the same form twice when Aerith meets Cloud in the first game and later revealed to have been the way she met Zack in Crisis Core. She meets them both when they fall through the roof of the church she works in. She nicely lampshades this. The second form is done by the party when they return to Midgar, commando style by parachuting in.
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Trauma-Induced Amnesia
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Trauma-Induced Amnesia: This happened to Cloud prior to the start of the game after an incredible Trauma Conga Line.
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Dungeon Crawling
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Dungeon Crawling: Bonus Dungeon: The Sunken Gelnika and the Ancient Forest. Disc-One Final Dungeon: Shinra Headquarters, the first visit to the Northern Crater, and Sister Ray. The Maze: The Temple of the Ancients and the Great Glacier. Noob Cave: Midgar Sector 5 reactor. Very Definitely Final Dungeon: The second visit to the Northern Crater. You know you've reached the end of the game when you fight the guy you've been chasing for three disks in the Earth's core.
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Love Triangle
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Love Triangle: The famous (or infamous?) Aerith/Cloud/Tifa love triangle. The backstory has Hojo/Lucrecia/Vincent, and there was a bit of Tseng/Aerith/Zack and Aerith/Zack/Cissnei in Crisis Core.
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The Alcatraz
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The Alcatraz: Corel Prison. Doubles as a Shifting Sand Land.
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Storming the Castle
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Storming the Castle: The party's raid on Shinra Tower.
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High-Altitude Battle
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High-Altitude Battle: The optional fights against Ultimate Weapon are fought from the deck of the Highwind.
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Sad Battle Music
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Sad Battle Music: In the battle against JENOVA Life. The music that plays is Aeris' Theme, because Aeris was killed by Sephiroth moments earlier.
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Tyrant Takes the Helm
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Tyrant Takes the Helm: His father was certainly no charmer, but Rufus makes it quite clear from his New Era Speech ('The old man ruled through money, I'll rule through fear') that he's going to be worse. Although President Shinra destroyed an entire sector of his city, killing untold numbers, just to wipe out a terrorist hideout. Rufus 'died' defending the same city from WEAPON and then resurfaced alive and repentant, if still manipulative, in Advent Children.
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Fist Pump
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Fist Pump: Barrett repeatedly pumps his fist for his victory pose.
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Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence
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Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence: Spin-off materials reveal Aerith to have done this when she died and entered the Lifestream. Case of the Lifestream and Hoshi wo Meguru Otome depict her as a sort of leader of the spirits within the Lifestream, as well as able to cleanse it and maintain her sense of self within it, while in Advent Children she's able to communicate with and appear to the living to limited degrees. It is implied she has these abilities due to her Cetra heritage. Sephiroth's technically been "dead" ever since Nibelheim. But because his spirit lives on in the Lifestream, he's able to act from beyond the grave by shapeshifting Jenova's cells into a new body for himself and mentally influencing those that carry those cells. Backstory for Advent Children establish his three remnants being formed from pure spiritual energy with a need for any Jenova cells, though the three are incomplete copies of him without them.
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Early-Bird Boss
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Early-Bird Boss: The Midgar Zolom is a variant. When you first encounter it, it will likely wipe the floor with your party by knocking a member or two out of the battle altogether and/or using an attack that borders on a Disc-One Nuke (which can be learned with the Enemy Skill materia equipped, but you have to survive the fight) if you manage to get it to 1/4 health or less. It can be faced over and over again anytime you want but it is pretty much a push over once you have some better gear (like a Fire Ring) and better stats.
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Weaponized Offspring
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Weaponized Offspring: The Grangalan outside Costa del Sol can spawn smaller versions of itself known Grangalan Jr. for the second generation and Grangalan Jr. Jr. for the third and smallest generation.
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Did They or Didn't They?
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Did They or Didn't They?: Shortly before entering the Final Dungeon, the party disbands so that its members can spend the last day before the apocalypse with their families before returning (or simply stay home entirely). Cloud and Tifa remain behind, having no families of their own to go home to, and spend the night together in the shadow of their airship. Cloud and Tifa's dialogue ends with a Fade to Black, possibly intended as a Sexy Discretion Shot.
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Den of Iniquity
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Den of Iniquity: Don Corneo's mansion.
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Warm-Up Boss
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Warmup Boss: Guard Scorpion in the reactor in the introductory sequence Air Buster in the Sector 5 reactor is, somehow, even more of a pushover. It's very possible to kill it in one shot without even intending to.
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Mind Screw
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Mind Screw: thanks in part to the "Blind Idiot" Translation. The full explanation of what happened in Nibelheim isn't given unless you do things like revisit the Shinra Mansion basement (when you've been given no reason to go there) and find Tifa's ultimate limit break (which is supposed to be a challenge). Good luck making sense of the plot without those cut scenes!
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Layered Metropolis
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Layered Metropolis: Midgar. In all sectors (numbered 0-8), an upper plate separates the ground-level slums from the other districts. This plate also blocks sunlight (what little there is of it) from trickling down into the slums. Agents from Shinra Inc. activate a support structure's Self-Destruct Mechanism between both layers of Sector 7, causing a section of the plate to come loose and crush everyone beneath before sending an earthquake relief force on the plate. Ironically, Reeve later moves the entire population of Midgar into the slums to protect them from METEOR. An additional secret level, only known as Deepground, is located below both Midgar and the Slums, only accessible via the Sector 0 reactor. (Dirge of Cerberus) The military port city of Junon also has a small village under it, near the elevator to the city proper.
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Outrun the Fireball
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Outswing the Fireball: During the escape from Sector 7.
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Friendly, Playful Dolphin
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Friendly, Playful Dolphin: There is a dolphin that will help you get to Junon.
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Show Within a Show
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One of the options during the play during the date is for Cloud to kiss the King, defeating the dragon through The Power of Love.
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Mystical Waif
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Mystical Waif: Aerith.
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Big
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Big "NO!": Although not quite clear in the first game due to the relative lack of voice acting, his reaction in regards to Zack's death in a flashback when revisiting the Shinra Mansion lab shortly after Cloud regains himself makes this pretty apparent.
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True Companions
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True Companions: AVALANCHE, plus Zack in Cloud's case. Zack has his own True Companions in Crisis Core, ditto the Turks.
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Outside-the-Box Tactic
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Outside-the-Box Tactic: The Demi spell is surprisingly effective against Emerald Weapon. Demi is a low-level Gravity spell, that does damage equal to 25% of the target's current HP. On most common enemies, it's a waste of time, and most bosses are immune. But Emerald Weapon is not, and until you whittle his HP down, it can do 9,999 damage to him.
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Kaiju
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Kaiju: The Weapons.
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Mooks
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One of the Shinra grunts in Cloud's flashbacks accompanying him and Sephiroth.
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Ninja
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Ninja: Yuffie... apparently. Sure, she throws shuriken, and at one point she skillfully hides in the roof and steals a materia right out of your hand, but other than that, her gimmicks make this out to be more of her Informed Attribute. She can't escape from ropes, her hiding (aside from in the roof) involves things like hiding behind a curtain or inside a pot (fidgeting enough to rattle it around). And she isn't ruthless in the least; she could have released poison gas and choked you to death while you were stuck in a cage without your magic, but no, she gleefully makes a pun, explains it, and goes on her merry way.
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Final-Exam Boss
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Final-Exam Boss During the final battle with Sephiroth, you can switch your party members. The game doesn't tell you this, but it's keeping track of how well you do in the fight against Jenova immediately before you fight Sephiroth. If you barely scrape by, the game takes pity on you, and you fight Sephiroth with only one party, which makes this a very straightforward boss fight. If you bring the hurt and totally wreck Jenova's stuff, you have to split your equipment and materia three ways; having one team defeat Sephiroth's left arm, one team for the right arm, and one team for his core... which will heal the arms back if you take too long. And if you used the infinity plus one summon on it, the final boss gets a boost to its HP. And what's even worse, the numerous parties need to be properly equipped, but once you beat the boss, your main party goes straight on to the Final Boss battle without giving you a chance to swap equipment in-between. It's also made worse that if one of your team gets taken down, instant Game Over, even if it's not the team fighting the core (which fights Sephiroth's final form).
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For Doom the Bell Tolls
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For Doom the Bell Tolls: The "Those Chosen By The Planet" and "Birth Of A God".
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Gunship Rescue
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Gunship Rescue: Cid's Highwind Limit Break. Also, occurs in the end game cut scene but also uses the Highwind airship.
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Sole Entertainment Option
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Sole Entertainment Option: Strangely it does not have this worldwide entertainment in the largest city, Midgar. Rather, they have an entire amusement park just outside one of the smallest cities in the game. And believe me, nothing spells entertainment better than trying to force Chocobos to go the way you want them to go.
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Grand Theft Me
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Grand Theft Me: Sephiroth does this to Cloud several times during the game.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out Biggs and Wedge, continuing the tradition from Final Fantasy VI. The motorcycle sequence. Shin-Ra Mansion, Vincent, and Lucretia. Someone at Squeenix obviously has a fondness for Edgar Allan Poe. There's a monster with a giant bladed pendulum for a lower body that swings from a chain in the mansion. Both Vincent and Lucretia are essentially Buried Alive and have a bad case of Love Hurts, tropes that Poe was fond of. Vincent was named after Vincent Price, who was in just about every movie ever based on one of Edgar Allen Poe's works. The Loveless posters in the opening movie. the Type-D magma-diver equipment in the Gold Saucer trophy room, and channeling an entire city's electrical grid to fire a giant cannon at an autonomous "WEAPON". Sephiroth's Out of the Inferno scene may well be a tribute to a certain scene from The Usual Suspects. There are certain similarities to both Keyser Söze and Sephiroth in these scenes, since they both end up being really evil afterwards. Vincent's Hellmasker transformation wears a hockey mask and wields a chainsaw. It's also a developer shoutout to Edgar from FFVI. In Wutai, you can obtain the Yoshiyuki katana for Cloud, which powers up when both of your allies are dead. Speaking of Gundam, the Weapons are based on various Mobile Suits◊. Two of these would get remixed further, ironically back into machines with less resemblance to the originals, for Einhänder. One of the larger shout outs is to H. P. Lovecraft. The Strange Case of Charles Dexter Ward is about a man trying to track a wizard who can inhabit different bodies. The hero finds his hidden lab under a house, complete with crystals called "materia" (which is where he gets his magic) and "garda" (which summon guardians). Another Lovecraft work, At the Mountains of Madness, where cosmic horrors are discovered buried in the Antarctic ice, seems eerily familiar to the part where the party encounters Jenova. Also, despite being female (and that really is not an issue for him), Jenova has similar motivational attributes to Nyarlhathotep, particularly the fact that she deceived the ancients into accepting her only to destroy them all. I pity the fool who didn't see this one. The game's protagonist and antagonist draw a lot from Berserk's in premise and design. It continues in their reappearance in Kingdom Hearts. In Cosmo Canyon, there's the Tiger Lily weapons shop. A giant cannon called Sister Ray. The aftermath of the fight with Palmer (where he narrowly evades being chopped to bits by the Tiny Bronco) was almost a re-enactment of the aftermath of the fight between Indiana Jones and a German Mechanic underneath a moving Luftwaffe Flying Wing in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Sephiroth's conversation with Jenova shortly after going berserk echoes that of Norman Bates' conversations with his "mother" in Psycho Members of SOLDIER's eyes glow blue, due to Mako energy. The Highwind's theme sounds similar to the Enterprise's theme in some of the Star Trek movies. During Cloud's Heroic BSoD, he utters this line:"Zenogias" is the Japanese name of Xenogears, and it was changed to "xeno...gears" in the PC release.
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Overly Long Fighting Animation
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Overly Long Fighting Animation: All of the summons. One-Winged Angel!Sephiroth's ultimate attack, "Supernova", takes this beyond ridiculous levels: it's over two minutes long and you can't skip it, he destroys Pluto, Saturn, and Jupiter, makes the sun go nova - swallowing up Mercury and Venus and destroying Earth - it's much more destructive than the plot the heroes are trying to prevent but it can't kill them.
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Magic Skirt
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Magic Skirt: Tifa wears one.
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_c978ad0b
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Dude Looks Like a Lady
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Dude Looks Like a Lady: Lampshaded early in the game when Cloud has to crossdress to get into Don Corneo's mansion. Depending on how much the player worked, it's even possible for him to be picked over Aerith and Tifa as Corneo's future bride. Foe Yay and Squick don't even begin to describe it.
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Taking You with Me
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Some of the Enemy Skills. Trine can only be learned from three enemies- two are bosses, the other is a Mook found in an un-revisitable dungeon. Pandora's Box is used only as a final attack by the first Zombie Dragon in the entire save file.
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Corrupt Corporate Executive: The entire senior management of the Shinra company... Cranked Up to Eleven.
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Body Backup Drive
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Body Backup Drive: Cait Sith does this once, although it's unknown if this was a one-time occurrence or if he could do this any time his body was destroyed.
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Insult of Endearment
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Insult of Endearment: Barret continues to call Cloud "Spiky" as a derogatory referral to his hair, but by the end of the game, it has become a term of endearment.
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Cloud does this to Sephiroth in his real memory of Nibelheim. After getting impaled by Sephiroth's sword and lifted up, Cloud actually manages to reverse the move and simply toss Sephiroth aside and into the reactor.
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Outside-Context Problem
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Outside-Context Problem: Jenova.
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Killed Off for Real
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Killed Off for Real: Most of her dialogue is still there to make it easy on you if you GameShark her back into your game, but yes, Aerith dies and does not come back. Aerith has a single piece of unique dialogue after the snowboarding section (as opposed to generic lines any party member would give), where she says "Ugh, I'm sick of this." This and one unused static background of Sephiroth's Materia prison were discovered to be the only remnants of Square's original plan to kill her later- after the big reveal about Sephiroth living on within the Lifestream.
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Derelict Graveyard
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Derelict Graveyard: Of trains.
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Co-Dragons
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Co-Dragons: Scarlett, Heidegger, and Tseng to President Shinra and later to Rufus.
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This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!
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This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: "Sit your ass down in that chair and drink your goddamn TEA!"
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Muscles Are Meaningless
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Muscles Are Meaningless: Tifa.
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Take Your Time
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Take Your Time: Don't worry about that giant, fiery ball in the sky descending to bring about the world's destruction, even after you're told you have seven days before it falls. It will politely wait for you to deal with it whenever you're ready and done with arcade games and chocobo racing. Oh, and that giant monster that's risen out of the sea and is advancing toward a nearby city? No problem. If it gets there before you do, it's too good mannered to attack the city.
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Vincent and Sephiroth, although the latter is a villain.
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Big
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Big "SHUT UP!": Cloud's "Shut up!" textbox actually covers Sephiroth's "The Reason You Suck" Speech.
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What the Hell, Hero?
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What the Hell, Hero?: Cloud gets called out on his morally dubious actions more than once during the game. The first occurrence is even 30 minutes into the game. Later, Cait Sith calls out the rest of our heroes for their eco-terrorist bombings at the beginning of the game, which caused a couple hundred deaths according to him. Barret tries to justify it as a few acceptable casualties in the fight to save the planet, but Cait Sith doesn't accept it
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Refuge in Audacity
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Refuge in Audacity: Nintendo of America's legendary censorship enforcement led to American releases of this series being much more G-rated. For North American fans that had played the earlier, Bowdlerized entries up to that point, it was quite a shock when 20 minutes into the game, you're a transvestite hooker who visits a gym, whorehouse, bathroom, and dress shop to get your clothing. Cid and Barret curse constantly (though the harshest of it was still censorsed). There's a Gay Option on the one date. And Tifa calls Barret a retard.
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Tech Points
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Tech Points: Materia have a separate EXP scale to the characters. To complicate things, some equipment offers double or even triple Materia growth, or none. That's why you use the Infinity -1 Sword when powerleveling.
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Metal Detector Puzzle
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Metal Detector Puzzle: There's a sequence near the end of the first disc where the player has to find an item (the Earth Harp) buried underground by hiring sentries, placing them around the area, and then having them turn to face the general direction of the buried treasure. This minigame can also yield other rewards, including a card key that lets you re-enter the Midgar slums.
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Interchangeable Asian Cultures
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Interchangeable Asian Cultures: Strangely, the portrayal of Wutai seems to suggest that the Japanese get traditional Japanese and Chinese culture mixed up just as much as Americans do.
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The Chessmaster
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The Chessmaster: Sephiroth in the main game, who successfully manages to trick the party into acquiring the Black Materia and bringing it to him. Rufus Shinra, in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, manages to pull the wool over Kadaj's eyes for the entire movie. Given his Magnificent Bastard status in the game, it really shouldn't come as any surprise...
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Highly Visible Ninja
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Highly Visible Ninja: Yuffie. Hiding in that pot might have worked better if you hadn't been shaking it around, silly girl. And go learn your rope-escape tricks already.
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Living MacGuffin
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Living MacGuffin: Sephiroth serves this role for most of the game.
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Friendship Moment
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Friendship Moment: The flashback in disc 3.
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The End of the World as We Know It
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The End of the World as We Know It: The series' favorite plot device.
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Lethal Lava Land
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Lethal Lava Land: The Gi Cave.
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Our Dragons Are Different
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Bahamut ZERO.
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Cash Cow Franchise
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Cash Cow Franchise: The Compilation.
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Dutch Angle
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Dutch Angle: Used in Junon and Shin-Ra Mansion.
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The Cavalry
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The Cavalry: Cid's Highwind Limit Break
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Breakout Character
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Breakout Character: Vincent Valentine, who would go on to star in his own game. Same for Zack.
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Lethal Joke Item
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Some characters normally use "serious" weapons, but have a single joke one: One of Cid's weapons is a mop. One of Yuffie's weapons (the Oritsuru) is a giant paper crane. One of Aeris's weapons is an umbrella. One of Cloud's weapons is a bat with a nail in it.
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Lamarck Was Right
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Lamarck Was Right: When breeding your chocobos, you get the best results if you race them to S-level first.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: Tifa and Yuffie. Aerith has her moments as well, though she's usually the White Magician Girl.
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MacGuffin Location
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MacGuffin Location: The Promised Land part of the game. It turns out to be fake. Also, the Temple of the Ancients counts since it is actually the Black Materia.
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Gaiden Game
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Gaiden Game: Dirge of Cerberus, Crisis Core, and Before Crisis.
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A God Am I
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A God Am I: Sephiroth's motive: To wound the Planet itself, and absorb the Lifestream energy that the Planet uses to heal. Advent Children expands on his motives: he wasn't just going to blow up the world and call it good, but then use the Lifestream's power to travel to another world and fuck it up. He would do this to the entire galaxy, just like Mother Jenova had done in the past.
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Ship Tease
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Ship Tease: The multitude of possible date sequences with Aerith, Tifa, Yuffie... and Barret. The game is pretty conclusive by the end, and reinforces that through later sequels and spin-offs. And yet, there are still people trying to insist on who Cloud really loves, even today.
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Chekhov's Gunman
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Chekhov's Gunman/Chekhov's Army: Numerous characters appear or are mentioned before an important plot point about them is revealed later. Sephiroth, who first receives a few brief mentions a fair while before his true significance is understood. The Ancients, or the Cetra, are also mentioned numerous times before their true significance is understood. Aerith's first boyfriend, first briefly mentioned in the Midgar playground. The connection the events at Nibelheim can be easily missed if the player doesn't stop at Gongaga (or if they do but don't have Aerith in the party) and meet his parents, revealing his actual name. One of the Shinra grunts in Cloud's flashbacks accompanying him and Sephiroth. The mysterious voice talking to Cloud while he's unconscious. The men in Nibelheim in black cloaks. Reeve, JENOVA, Hojo, Ifalna, Red XIII's grandfather, Professor Gast, Dyne, Red XIII's father, Cait Sith
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Cat Fight
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Cat Fight: Between Tifa and Scarlet, on top of a cannon during an attack by a huge monster while your team hijacks an airship.
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A Million Is a Statistic
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A Million Is a Statistic: Barret tries to use this argument when Cait Sith calls him out out on how many innocent people AVALANCHE killed when they blew up the mako reactor in Midgar, but Cait Sith calls him out on this as well, and even Barret doesn't seem fully convinced of his own argument.
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Our Giants Are Bigger
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Our Giants Are Bigger: The WEAPONS. The Ultima WEAPON alone is shown to be at least three times the size of the Highwind.
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Enemy Summoner
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Enemy Summoner: Warning Boards.
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Dystopia Justifies the Means
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Dystopia Justifies the Means: Rufus Shinra plans to control the world with fear rather than with money.
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You Talk Too Much
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You Talk Too Much: Your party encounters the Elena and Rude of the Turks in the Mythril Mines. Rude tells Cloud that it's difficult to explain what the Turks do and when Cloud says "kidnapping," states that there's more to it now. He has trouble explaining, so Elena steps in, saying that she knows he doesn't like speeches. She says that it's their job to find out where Sephiroth is headed and stop Cloud and his party every step of the way. Then she stops herself and says that it's Cloud and the others who are getting in their way. Then Tseng shows up and tells her "...Elena. You talk too much" and that there isn't any need to tell Cloud and the others about their orders.
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Uncle Tomfoolery
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Uncle Tomfoolery: Why, no, Square, not all black people are like Mr. T.
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Freudian Threat
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Freudian Threat: Cloud, Tifa and Aeris threaten the resident pimp Don Corneo while likewise interrogating him by telling him they'll "cut", "rip" and "smash them" in turn.
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Technicolor Death
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Technicolor Death
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Last of His Kind
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Last of His Kind Aerith is the last of the Ancients. Supposedly, Red XIII is the last of his species, but he was able to have cubs somehow about 490 years after the game ends. Before Crisis fixes this by introducing his mate, who he presumably meets up with after the events of this game.
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Not Quite Dead
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Not Quite Dead: Several individuals supposedly killed in the original game are retconned back to life in the sequels.
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Expy
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Expy: While the game's creators later revealed it to be unintentional, Barret has been compared to Mr. T since the game's release.
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Time-Limit Boss
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Time-Limit Boss: Emerald Weapon. You have 20 minutes to defeat it since the battle takes place underwater, unless you complete a sidequest to obtain the Underwater Materia, which removes the time limit.
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The Maze
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The Maze: The Temple of the Ancients and the Great Glacier.
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The Mole
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The Mole: Cait Sith
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Despair Speech
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Despair Speech: Dyne delivers one before hurling himself off a canyon. Unlike his first 'death', this one sticks.
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Blade Lock
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Blade Lock: Happens several times towards the end of Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.
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Pre-Meeting
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Pre-Meeting: Cloud meeting the flower girl.
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Metropolis Level
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Metropolis Level: The first portion of the game takes place in Midgar, a futuristic dystopia in which everything is controlled by the Shinra Corporation, who serve as the main antagonists until Sephiroth enters the picture. The city has numerous areas to explore that each have a distinct culture and atmosphere, and for first-time players, the fact that the story moved outside Midgar at all could be quite a surprise.
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You Are Number 6
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You Are Number 6: Red XIII. He doesn't mind people calling him this, even though he has an actual name.
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Shrinking Violet
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Shrinking Violet: Tifa
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Goldfish Poop Gang
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Goldfish Poop Gang: The Turks. They oppose Cloud if ordered to, but under other circumstances are perfectly willing to live and let live. By Advent Children they're basically allies, and they get their own game in Before Crisis. And they have an awesome theme tune. They're also pretty tough in their own right. They put up a decent fight most of the time. Elena can also knock Cloud out cold with one punch.
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Sprite/Polygon Mix
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Sprite/Polygon Mix: Square's first foray into this style of gaming.
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Bonus Boss
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Bonus Boss: The WEAPONs: Emerald and Ruby. Lost Number in the Shinra Mansion gets you Vincent, as well as the Odin summon and Red XIII's ultimate limit break. The five pagoda bosses in Wutai get you Leviathan summon and Yuffie's ultimate limit break. Snow in the Great Glacier is difficult to find, and for beating her you get the Alexander summon.
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The Battle Didn't Count
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The Battle Didn't Count: Usually happens whenever a Shinra exec. is fought, but it's most visible at the end of disc two if you chose to fight Rude, Reno, and Elena rather than just let them walk. They survive anyway and even go on to Heel–Face Turn in the later installments of the Compilation, so just go ahead and kick their asses for the hell of it, it doesn't really count and you can steal some pretty sweet equipment from them that would otherwise be Permanently Missable Content.
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Too Good for This Sinful Earth
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Too Good for This Sinful Earth: Aerith.
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The Starscream
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The Starscream: Rufus is revealed to have been this to President Shinra in Before Crisis, secretly working against his father in hopes of replacing him, but Sephiroth solved the problem for him.
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Cats Have Nine Lives
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Cats Have Nine Lives Referenced directly by Rude in regards to both Rufus and Tseng in Advent Children Complete when Reno hopes that their two missing partners are still alive. "Tseng is just like the president. They're kinda like cats. Nine lives, y'know?" Cait Sith sacrifices his body so you can get the black materia. His new body shows up again within 20 seconds, complete with his equipment and materia. Bag of Sharing much?
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Powers as Programs
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Powers as Programs: Materia.
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Got Volunteered
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Got Volunteered: The party needs to get to Upper Junon and fortunately there's a high-voltage tower that they might be able to get to the top of, if only somebody is willing to risk taking a chance leaping with "Mr. Dolphin" to make sure that option will be alright.
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Would Hit a Girl
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Would Hit a Girl: Sephiroth proves he has no problems doing this, first when he slashes Tifa with his sword in Nibelheim and later, when he kills Aerith. He also kills Cloud's mother earlier offscreen. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children has an actual hitting example, as oppossed to the death by stabbing examples, when Tifa fights Loz. Disc One, after Cloud is tricked into handing Sephiroth the Black Materia. Cloud realizes what he's done and suddenly flips his lid, giving Aerith a severe, misplaced beating.] Tseng also backhands Aerith early in Disc One. Poor Aerith seems to get a lot of this. It's made even more tragic/evil in light of the fact that he has a crush on her.
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Howl of Sorrow
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Howl of Sorrow: Nanaki (also known as Red XIII) does this for his father Seto.
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Disc-One Final Dungeon
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Disc-One Final Dungeon: Shinra Headquarters, the first visit to the Northern Crater, and Sister Ray.
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Cute Bruiser
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Cute Bruiser: Tifa, though Yuffie also qualifies.
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Together in Death
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Together in Death: Aerith and Zack. Subverted, Aerith promptly turns down Zack when he playfully flirts with her in the Lifestream.
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Cosmic Keystone
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Cosmic Keystone: The Aptly named Keystone.
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Eco-Terrorist
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Eco-Terrorist: AVALANCHE believe that Shinra Corporation's Mako reactors are harvesting the very soul of the planet to generate electricity. Their solution: launch violent raids on reactor sites, slaughter Shinra's guards, and bomb the reactors.
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Prophecies Are Always Right
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Prophecies Are Always Right: The fortune that Cait Sith reads upon first meeting Cloud that convinces him to join the party, which turns out to be true when they acquire the Black Materia and Aerith dies.
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Death Ray
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Death Ray: Big Cannon and Sister Ray
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Gainaxing
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Gainaxing: Tifa, in cutscenes.
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Well-Intentioned Extremist
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Well-Intentioned Extremist: AVALANCHE
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New Neo City
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New Neo City: Shinra's master plan was the construction of Neo Midgar, a metropolis planned to be 3x the size of the current Midgar, using the resources from the Promised Land. When the Promised Land turns out to be nothing but a lie, the Neo Midgar plans vanish in a puff of smoke... and a giant red fireball.
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Brick Joke
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Brick Joke: While infiltrating Shinra tower, you overhear some comments from the staff about a stench in the boardroom. Later on you learn why firsthand... there's an airshaft that connects the boardroom to the washroom.
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Dark and Troubled Past
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Dark and Troubled Past: Lots of people in this game. Sephiroth. Aerith takes the prize for a traumatic upbringing. Her father is killed by Shinra while she's a newborn, and she grows up in the prisons of Shinra headquarters for seven years with Tseng as the only person who shows her sympathy. Her mother makes a Heroic Sacrifice to give her freedom, though even after THAT she is still constantly under watch by the Turks. Cloud, with his Trauma Conga Line past. What about Vincent? The guy fell deeply in love with Lucrecia, only for her to choose Hojo and her work over him, and then was cruelly experimented on, had a total of four bloodthirsty demons shoved into him to share his mind for the rest of his life, and locked in a coffin for thirty years. If that's not dark and troubled, I don't know what is.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_fed93e1b
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1.0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_fed93e1b
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ff033bb8
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Encounter Bait
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ff033bb8
comment
Encounter Bait: One of the materias.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ff033bb8
featureApplicability
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ff033bb8
featureConfidence
1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ff033bb8
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ffd816e7
type
Everything Trying to Kill You
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ffd816e7
comment
Everything Trying to Kill You: Sector 6 slums has the Hell House enemy, which is... a small house. That sprouts arms legs and tries to kill you. And for some reason, it also shoots out bombs.
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ffd816e7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ffd816e7
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_ffd816e7
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1.0
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1.0
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game) / int_name
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)

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 Beloved / Fan Fic
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 Eirs Tommorrow / Fan Fic
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 Off The Line / Fan Fic
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 ShardsOfMemory
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
 Sijo Team Ups / Fan Fic
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
 StarTrekFlightLine
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Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
 The Fifth Act / Fan Fic
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 A Angle Is With Us (Fanfic)
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 Brotherhood Of Dark (Fanfic)
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 Lucina Reacts (Fanfic)
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 PathsOfOurFathers
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 Paths Of Our Fathers / Fan Fic
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 Final Fantasy Wiki (Lets Play)
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 Legend Of Arithia
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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A Darker Me / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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A Form You Are Comfortable With / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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A Homeowner Is You / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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A.K.A.-47 / int_49a87cb3
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A Million Is a Statistic / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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A Sinister Clue / int_49a87cb3
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A Taste of Defeat / int_49a87cb3
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A Taste of Power / int_49a87cb3
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Abandoned Playground / int_49a87cb3
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Aborted Declaration of Love / int_49a87cb3
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Absurdly Long Stairway / int_49a87cb3
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Absurdly Sharp Blade / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Absurdly Spacious Sewer / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Accent Slip Up / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Action Girlfriend / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Action Mom / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Action Pet / int_49a87cb3
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Action Prologue / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Action Survivor / int_49a87cb3
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Adaptation Explanation Extrication / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Adaptation Origin Connection / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Adaptation Personality Change / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Adaptational Backstory Change / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Adaptational Early Appearance / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Adaptational Modesty / int_49a87cb3
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Adaptive Ability / int_49a87cb3
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 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Aesoptinum / int_3de34893
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Affectionate Nickname / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Airborne Mook / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Airplane Arms / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Airstrip One / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Aliens Are Bastards / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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All-Encompassing Mantle / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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All Men Are Perverts / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Aloof Big Brother / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Already Done for You / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Alternative Calendar / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Always Accurate Attack / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Always Save the Girl / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Amazing Technicolor World / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Ambiguous Ending / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Ambiguous Syntax / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Ambiguously Brown / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Ambiguously Human / int_49a87cb3
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Americasia / int_49a87cb3
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Amnesiac Hero / int_49a87cb3
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Amnesiac Liar / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Amusement Park / int_49a87cb3
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Ancestral Weapon / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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And Now for Someone Completely Different / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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And Show It to You / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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And That's Terrible / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Angelic Abomination / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Angry Fist-Shake / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Angst Coma / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Angst? What Angst? / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Animation Bump / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Annoying Laugh / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Anvil on Head / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Anywhere but Their Lips / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Apathetic Citizens / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Apologetic Attacker / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Arbitrary Headcount Limit / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Arcology / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Are We There Yet? / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Area of Effect / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Arm Cannon / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Armor Is Useless / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Armor of Invincibility / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Artifact Alias / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Artifact of Doom / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Gill / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Limbs / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Zombie / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ascended Fanboy / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ascended Fanon / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Aside Glance / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Asleep for Days / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Asskicking Equals Authority / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Asteroids Monster / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Atomic F-Bomb / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Attack of the Killer Whatever / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Attack of the Town Festival / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Attractive Bent-Gender / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Audible Sharpness / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Audience-Coloring Adaptation / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Authority in Name Only / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Auto-Revive / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Awakening the Sleeping Giant / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Babies Ever After / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Baby's First Words / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bad / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bad Moon Rising / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Arm-Fold / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Army / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Biker / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Decay / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass in a Nice Suit / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Longcoat / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badbutt / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bag of Sharing / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bait-and-Switch Gunshot / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bait-and-Switch Lesbians / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bandit Mook / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Barrier Change Boss / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Barrier Maiden / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bastardly Speech / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bathing Beauty / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Batter Up! / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Battle in the Center of the Mind / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Be My Valentine / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beach Episode / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beat Still, My Heart / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beauty, Brains and Brawn / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beauty Is Bad / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Beauty Is Never Tarnished / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bedouin Rescue Service / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beef Gate / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Behind the Black / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Being Evil Sucks / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Belated Happy Ending / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Beneath the Mask / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Benevolent Precursors / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Bestiality Is Depraved / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beta Test Baddie / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Beware My Stinger Tail / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Beware the Superman / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Bewitched Amphibians / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Big Badass Battle Sequence / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Big Blackout / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Big / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bio-Augmentation / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bio Punk / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bishōnen / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bishōnen Line / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Black Best Friend / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Black Box / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Black Cloak / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Black Comedy Rape / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Black Dude Dies First / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Black Helicopter / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Blade Spam / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bleak Level / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bloodbath Villain Origin / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bloodless Carnage / int_3de34893
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Blood-Splattered Innocents / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Body Backup Drive / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bolivian Army Ending / int_3de34893
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bonus Boss / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bonus Feature Failure / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bootstrapped Leitmotif / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bootstrapped Theme / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Bonanza / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Corridor / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss-Only Level / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Boss Remix / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Rush / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bottomless Bladder / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boy Meets Girl / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boyish Short Hair / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bragging Theme Tune / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Brains and Bondage / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Brainwash Residue / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Breaking Old Trends / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Breakout Villain / int_49a87cb3
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Breather Boss / int_49a87cb3
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Breather Episode / int_49a87cb3
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Breather Level / int_49a87cb3
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Bridal Carry / int_49a87cb3
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Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Broken Heel / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Broken Hero / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Broken Win/Loss Streak / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Brooding Boy, Gentle Girl / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Broomstick Quarterstaff / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bruiser with a Soft Center / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Build Like an Egyptian / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bullet Dancing / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bumbling Henchmen Duo / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Burial at Sea / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bust-Contrast Duo / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Butterfly of Doom / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Call a Smeerp a / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Came Back Strong / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Came from the Sky / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cannot Spit It Out / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cannot Talk to Women / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Can't Drop the Hero / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Can't Get in Trouble for Nuthin' / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Can't Un-Hear It / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
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Cap / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Captured Super-Entity / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cargo Ship / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Carrying the Weakness / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cash Gate / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cast From Hit Points / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cast Speciation / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cat Fight / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Catching Some Z's / int_49a87cb3
 Final Fantasy VII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cave Behind the Falls / int_49a87cb3