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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Final Fantasy XIII is the thirteenth game in the ball-crunchingly popular Final Fantasy series and first entry of the Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy series of games. It was first released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in late 2009/early 2010.In the lore of Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy, humankind lives alongside a race of god-like beings known as the fal'Cie. Those who are chosen by the fal'Cie for a greater purpose are known as the l'Cie ("luh-see"), with each one given a special mission called a Focus and magical powers to help accomplish it. Legend states that failure to accomplish one's Focus will transform the l'Cie into a hideous monster, but success will grant "eternal life".Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Final Fantasy XIII takes place in Cocoon, a futuristic utopia created and operated by the fal'Cie. Not only does Cocoon provide a life of comfort and ease, but it protects its inhabitants from the savage and hostile world of "Pulse" that lurks outside its walls.When a Pulse fal'Cie is discovered within the walls of Cocoon, the ruling government — fearing the creation of Pulse l'Cies — takes drastic measures by quarantining the entire district where it was found and ordering that everyone within be exiled to Pulse. Seeking to rescue her missing sister from the chaos of this "Purge", a young soldier known only by the codename "Lightning" rebels against the government and breaks through the military blockade to the Pulse fal'Cie.There, Lightning and a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits are branded against their will by the Pulse fal'Cie and transformed into l'Cie. With an unclear Focus and the entire world of Cocoon turned against them, Lightning and the others must figure out a way to fulfill their new-found fate... or a way to defy it.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Final Fantasy XIII is the first part of the "ten-year project" known as Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy, which was envisioned as a series of Final Fantasy games all sharing a common mythology. Unfortunately, development was filled with problems, the two biggest being an excessive amount of time spent developing the game engine, and a general lack of a cohesive vision amongst the development team. As a result, feedback for the game has been more than a little bit mixed. While it received relatively warm initial reviews (currently holding 83 on Metacritic), fan reaction has been broken, with some praising the character Development and battle system with some others criticizing its linearity and convoluted storytelling.A direct sequel was later released. A third game was released in 2014 and completes the trilogy.The game was ported to Steam in October 2014; the entire trilogy is on Steam as of December 2015.
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Bizarre Alien Biology: The fal'Cie are sapient crystals surrounded by biomechanical shells that serve as armor and project their appearance. Beyond that their physiology differs greatly; the Cocoon fal'Cie(like Eden and Carbuncle) are distinguished by their smooth, statuesque designs, and Gran Pulse fal'Cie (like Titan and Atmos) are distinguished by their rough mechanical and utilitarian designs.
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The Call Knows Where You Live: Boy howdy is there a lot of collateral damage when Vanille remembers her focus, but feigns ignorance to keep both Fang and Cocoon safe.
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Sliding Scale of Free Will vs. Fate
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Sliding Scale of Free Will vs. Fate: It is stated that fate is undefeatable. However, later, it is not only revealed that can fate can be fought, but that humans are the only ones with true free will —- something not even the fal'Cie had. Hence the reason fal'Cie create l'Cie, to use their unlimited potential (free will).
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Trailers Always Spoil: Even Word of God made no secret that sooner or later, the party is going to leave Cocoon. Trailers Always Lie: Jihl, Yaag and Cid Raines were quite prominent while Dysley was shown little, and only Raines lived up to his implied role. The trailers also implied Fang was a traitor, showing her capturing Snow and raising her lance against the party without context for her actions, and implied Vanille was the one responsible for Serah being branded, showing her apologizing profusely when she sees her mark.
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Magic Missile Storm: Alexander returns with his Divine Judgment attack from Final Fantasy IX, as the summon for Hope.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: Is Vanille having The Immodest Orgasm on her Eidolon? Judge for yourself. Or not... they even cuddle at the end. And on a lesser note, considering the noises she makes throughout the game, it can sound like Vanille might constantly be having one. Fang and Vanille's gasps together during their saving of Cocoon. Related, but neither sexual in context, nor fun at all: Undesireable people getting herded at train stations, put on trains to an unspecified far away destination, and told they get their personal stuff back once they get there? Thankfully, Lightning and Snow got the hint.
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Peninsula of Power Leveling: On Gran Pulse, there is a specific area on the Archlyte Steppe where a behemoth and a giant wolf are fighting next to a canyon. (It's unavoidable because the plot steers you towards this area.) Engage them (the encounter will almost always be a Pre-Emptive Strike), kill the behemoth, kill the wolf, run into the canyon until the spot they stood in scrolls off the screen, come back to the spot, and they're there again. Doing this gets you about 13000 CP (with the Growth Egg, which doubles CP) in roughly two minutes, and almost a million within an hour. As you get stronger, the minutes can become seconds. Once you know the Death trick, Mission 63 becomes one for both CP and gil. (Adamantoises give 40000 CP and have a 25% chance of dropping Vendor Trash that sells for 150000 gil, and you get a guaranteed Gold Nugget (60000 gil) every time you complete the mission) If you reattempt a Cie'th stone mission, you usually get the useful upgrading material Bomb Cores as a reward. The Zenobia mission gives you seven Bomb Cores, is easy for a high-level party, and is very close to the mission stone.
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Not-So-Harmless Villain: Prior to the game's release, many people suspected that the aged Galenth would be nothing more than a powerless figurehead. Then he started frying masses of people with magic blasts...
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Dungeon Town: Palumpolum, the mall area of The Nautilus, and Eden. Justified, as you're fugitives who are feared by practically everybody in the world. Later, there are the ruined cities on Pulse.
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Also, what happened to Hope's dad? You would've expected him to show up in the ending, but he doesn't. However, in the novel, PSICOM appears and tells Hope that his father is with them.
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Naked on Arrival: When a l'Cie awakens from crystal stasis, he or she is naked for the first few seconds. Averted during the ending, when the camera stays on Lightning as she awakens from crystal stasis already clothed, as you might imagine.
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Title Drop / Bilingual Bonus: Barthandelus, in the pre-Final Boss cutscene makes mention of a "new crystal legend." The title of the last Analect in the Datalog is Fabula Nova Crystallis. Fittingly, said entry makes mention of the goddess Etro.
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Token Nonhuman: Averted for the first time since Final Fantasy VIII. Or subverted if you look at it in another way: the game could be the first in the series to have no human playable characters, as everyone in the party becomes a L'Cie. Which means in the first two chapters of the game Vanille is the Token Non-Human in the group.
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The Right of a Superior Species: At one point, Lightning realizes that to the fal'Cie, humans are nothing but pets whom they keep for amusement and some housekeeping chores they don't care to do themselves. It is eventually revealed that humans and fal'Cie are related species in the sense that both were created by the same creator deity but fal'Cie were made infinitely stronger, so when the creator has left the building, things went south for the humans.
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Second Hour Superpower: After the prologue chapters, Anima says hello.
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Programming Game: Paradigms are more or less simplified Gambits, only the AI isn't as rigid (mainly because they have less options to choose from all at once.)
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Say My Name: "SERAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!" "DYSLEY!"
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The Chick (Both Hope and Vanille)
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Human Resources: All of Cocoon's population are either slaves or sacrifices to the fal'Cie.
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The Ghost: Eden. You do see an avatar in Orphan's Cradle (three of them, in fact), but the fal'Cie itself remains unseen. Averted, but only through supplementary materials, it is Edenhall itself.
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End of an Age: The end of the game, and also the War of Trangression, 500 years ago. The former changes things for the people of Cocoon, and the latter was a massive shake-up for the people on Pulse.
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Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum: The crux of the plot is Orphan's incredibly convoluted attempt to Rage Quit the universe. As one would expect, when the party finally confronts Orphan itself, it acts like, well, an insane child.
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The Purge: After discovering a Fal'Cie from Pulse in some ruins, the Sanctum government decides to send everyone that was "near" that Fal'Cie to Pulse because of the irrational fear of everything coming from that planet. Several facilities were constructed for the purged population to live happily there, and a military division known as PSICOM took over and oversaw the removal of the population. However, it quickly becomes apparent that the Sanctum government neither expected nor intended for any of the Purged population to survive - when the population being shipped out began to violently resist, PSICOM used that as an excuse to simply massacre everyone. Lightning's remark imply that this was the plan all along.
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Bag of Sharing: No matter how far apart the split parties are or what they are doing, they all have access to the same items.
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Gender-Equal Ensemble: Six playable characters: three female (Lightning, Vanille and Fang), three male (Snow, Sazh and Hope).
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Papa Wolf: Sazh, as well as Hope's dad.
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Deal with the Devil: Snow offers to become a l'Cie if Serah gets turned back into a human. It's not clear whether the deal is accepted, or if Anima just curses him out of hand. After all, he did just help beat the crap out of it not two minutes earlier.
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Ominous Latin Chanting: MIHI NOMEN ORPHANUS! OR! PHA! NUUUUUUS!!! Par for the course for final bosses in this series, really. Overlaps awesomely with Orchestral Bombing.
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Leaked Experience: All characters gain the same amount of CP, regardless of whether they are in the battle or even in the party at the time. Justified, especially in the earlier chapters, by the game not allowing you to change your party and often shifting viewpoints between characters without warning — if CP didn't carry over, you would be very liable to get thrown into a tough boss battle with severely underleveled characters and no way to grind them.
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Non Standard Skill Learning: Most skills (including basic Attack) are represented by nodes on the Crystarium. The exception is the characters' Eidolons, which are obtained during the storyline and stored in the inventory.
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Notice This: Treasure Spheres emit a distinctive chiming noise. You will sometimes hear this before you can see the sphere.
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Fire-Forged Friends: At the start, half the playable cast is at each other's throats. Originally Hope wants to kill Snow because Snow caused his mother's death, Sazh almost shoots Vanille (albeit at her request) because she was responsible for Dajh becoming a L'Cie, and Lightning's antipathy for Snow is obvious from the beginning. By the end, however, all of these things are forgotten as the group unites.
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Slave Brand: The l'Cies' brands.
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Slave Mooks
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Slave Mooks: L'Cie are only motivated to do their boss' job by the threat of being turned into one of the zombie-like Cie'th.
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Offscreen Start Bonus
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Offscreen Start Bonus: The game likes to teleport you into an area after a cutscene, with a hallway behind you that you supposedly just came through. Backtracking will often get you a treasure sphere.
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Mythology Gag
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On a lighter note, an NPC in Nautilus references the original line as a Mythology Gag.
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Funny Background Event
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Funny Background Event: On the Palamecium, when Fang is checking Vanille's brand (it's on her thigh), you can see Snow, Sazh and Hope in the background pointedly turning away and not looking at her.
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The World Is Just Awesome
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The World Is Just Awesome: The montage of Gran Pulse after the party leaves Cocoon. Hell, just wandering the Archylte Steppe, where you begin on Gran Pulse, can evoke this reaction.
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Bitch in Sheep's Clothing
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Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Jihl Nabaat in her initial appearance.
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Vendor Trash
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Once you know the Death trick, Mission 63 becomes one for both CP and gil. (Adamantoises give 40000 CP and have a 25% chance of dropping Vendor Trash that sells for 150000 gil, and you get a guaranteed Gold Nugget (60000 gil) every time you complete the mission)
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Party in My Pocket
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Party in My Pocket/All in a Row: Both are played with, the party members generally just do their own thing and act like NPCs while on the field. However, only the active party members are visible in the field, any not participating in battle play the pocket trope straight.
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Manual Leader, A.I. Party: The player controls one party member at once and has the option of customizing the AI of the party.
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Hurricane of Puns
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Hurricane of Puns: It's hard to talk about Hope and not have them sound like this. Snow is also an offender. Concerning the Eidolons, Sazh has a hot rod and Snow has a Cool Bike.
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Bilingual Bonus
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Bilingual Bonus: Lightning's real name being Eclair, which is French for 'lightning'. It was later changed to Claire, which is French for 'light'. Despite this, both are referenced very frequently in-game. Hope, whose last name "Estheim" means "at home", combines both Latin and German respectively. His full name and his character development frequently lampshade the underlying meaning. Paradigm is the Greek word for pattern (though technically, it's also an English word for pattern).
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Parental Abandonment
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Parental Abandonment: Many of the characters, including the Big Bad Orphan, have issues with either their parents or children.
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Trial-and-Error Gameplay: Most, if not all, of the Eidolon battles will need to be retried at least once unless you're using a walkthrough or guide. Fortunately, the game included a convenient retry feature for every battle. Not only this, but losing the battle and going into retry allows you to access the menu and arrange things more to your favor going in. The first time you fight Barthandelus at the end of Chapter 9 also comes down to this. There's no hints or mentions of what you should do when he's preparing to pull off Destrudo, an instant-kill attack that can be subverted if he's lost enough HP while charging up, making this a Guide Dang It! moment for the ill-informed after they've had their asses handed to them on a silver platter a few times or so.
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Limit Break
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Limit Break: Changed in this game, instead you get "Gestalt Mode," where you pilot a vehicle/summon around to do heavy damage. Characters also have true limit breaks, which use an entire ATB bar. These either sharply raise the chain meter (Sazh and Lightning), nuke a wide area and moderately raise the chain meter (Hope), deal heavy damage while clearing the chain gauge (Fang and Snow), or have a chance to cause instant death while dealing damage that increases the more you spam them (Vanille).
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More Dakka
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More Dakka: Sazh's method of using Guns Akimbo seems to be "spray enough bullets in your target's general direction and maybe some will hit". Particularly, see his version of Blitz and his Limit Break, Cold Blood. His Blitz's unique mechanics (he sprays bullets forward instead of doing a Spin Attack like everyone else) make it pretty powerful against larger enemies. Each bullet does half to three-quarters what it would in a normal attack, but he fires each gun a half-dozen times at least; if you're facing an enemy large enough to get hit by most or all of them, or if a moderately sized enemy is right in his face, it'll do considerably more damage than just having him Attack.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: Pretty much all of the Tier 3 weapons, due to requiring an extremely rare component that can only be bought for obscene amounts of Gil or won off the Adamantoise-type enemies. Since most Adamantoise varieties are stronger than the final boss, this means the Tier 3's are only really good for killing more turtles and wrapping up the last few marks. In fact, several players have posted videos on YouTube showing that a sufficiently leveled party with well-developed Tier 2 weapons can get a five-star rating on the final Bonus Boss. Said components, Trapezohedrons, can be multiplied by using them to build a particular few types of weapons, level them to maximum, and then disassembling them. So for roughly the same price as it costs to buy one (up to 30% less if you do some cost/benefit experimentation beforehand), you can turn one Trapezohedron into three. Still does not mean they're actually that useful... Another limiting factor on the Tier 3 weapons is that as you and your weapons become stronger, the time limits for fights and missions are tightened. In some particular cases, it becomes next to impossible to 5-star a particular mission because a strong party would have mere seconds to finish the fight. On another note, some of the Full ATB Skills (a.k.a. Limit Breaks) can be seen as this. While these moves certainly look pretty, may do a lot of damage, and fill up the chain gauge quickly, it has to be considered whether this is more effective than having six separate moves instead of this one, as it takes up every ATB point available.
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Ghost City
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Ghost City: Hanging Edge and the city seen near Lake Bresha in the cutscene where Sazh escapes PSICOM jets are both devoid of citizens. There are four cities that are visitable on Gran Pulse, one for each corner of the Archylte Steppe, and all of them have been reduced to ruins in various states of decay, thanks to the War of Transgression. The city in the southwest area is so far gone, it doesn't even have a name, and all that's left to remind people that civilization used to be there is a couple of archways and spires. Ghost Planet: The only things living on Gran Pulse are monsters; no humans, only the skeletal remains of cities and landmarks.
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Gratuitous English
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Gratuitous English: Sunleth Waterscape's lyrics in the Japanese version are in fluent, grammatically correct, but nonsensical English. The western versions replaced them with similar but slightly more sensible words.
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Glass Cannon
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Glass Cannon: At maximum stats, Hope has the best Magic and worst HP. Lightning has the second worst HP but the second best strength, and ties for second best Magic with Vanille.
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Fusion Dance
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Fusion Dance: Quite a few, actually. Between the two final bosses, there's a section of Cut Scene where the they combine together ( Orphan and Barthandelus... Orphandelus?). The two Shiva sisters combine when they enter Gestalt mode, forming a badass motorcyle for Snow. In the final cutscene, Vanille and Fang combine to make Ragnarok and are frozen together in crystal.
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Cursed With Awesome
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Cursed With Awesome: Pretty much every main character due to the benefits and downsides of being an L'Cie. Sure, fantastic powers are great and all, but when they end up with you dead or eternally trapped as a living statue? No thanks.
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Auto-Save
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Autosave: The game autosaves before every battle. If you die, you get the choice of Retry or Quit. Retry returns you to just before the battle, allowing you to fiddle with your strategy or just run away, depending on location. Quit returns you to your last manual save.
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Body to Jewel
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Body to Jewel: Serah, when completing her Focus.
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Even Evil Has Standards
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Even Evil Has Standards: When Yaag Rosch relinquishes war zones and gives orders to fire at will in order to destroy the l'Cie, just about every soldier protests because civilians are still evacuating.
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Apologetic Attacker
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Apologetic Attacker: Vanille occasionally chirps "Sorry!" after a kill.
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Kick the Son of a Bitch
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Kick the Son of a Bitch: Barthandelus takes a long time to lose the goodwill he earns by killing Jihl Nabaat.
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TrailersAlwaysLie
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Trailers Always Lie: Jihl, Yaag and Cid Raines were quite prominent while Dysley was shown little, and only Raines lived up to his implied role. The trailers also implied Fang was a traitor, showing her capturing Snow and raising her lance against the party without context for her actions, and implied Vanille was the one responsible for Serah being branded, showing her apologizing profusely when she sees her mark.
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!
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Your Princess Is in Another Castle!: Most of the party is quick to rejoice after Dysley has been defeated, but Lightning isn't so convinced. Cue shocked expressions and ominous chanting when his owl flies in... The looks on the party members' faces, especially Lightning's, when Dysley reveals his fal'Cie form for the first time on the Palamecia pretty much reads "Oh, Crap!".
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Rod-and-Reel Repurposed
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Rod-and-Reel Repurposed: Pulse tribesmen have complex rods that function as both weapons and lassos-slash-bridles for the various wild mounts flying around.
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La Résistance
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La Résistance: The heroes. Team NORA, too, and The Cavalry.
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Mass Super-Empowering Event
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Mass Super-Empowering Event: fal'Cie seem to be able to make as many l'Cie as they want, and multiple times do so to create obstacles for the party. Anima also does this to the party in the beginning.
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RandomlyDrops
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Randomly Drops: Thanks to the game's aversion of Money Spider, one of the only ways to accumulate large amounts of Gil involve fighting enemies that drop valuable components designed to be sold, but which often drop at rates of 25% or worse. The other, lategame method, is repeatedly re-doing the Cie'th Stone missions for the guaranteed secondary rewards, which can be sold (particularly the 60,000 Gold Nugget for the Adamantoise mission, which can be Death-tricked). Even with a guide on the upgrade mechanics, it'll take millions of Gil to buy all the catalysts needed to upgrade your weapons/accessories to max, particularly if you don't catch a lucky break on drops.
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Hammerspace
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Hammerspace: Most of the characters' weapons are kept on their in-game models. The exception is Hope. It's especially obvious on his battle-ending animation, when he shoves a collapsible boomerang as long as his arm into his back pocket. Somehow.
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: To the average American player, Vanille's accent sounds a little... flighty compared to Fang (Ironic considering Vanille's voice actress is Australian...and Fang's is not). However, to the average Australian player, Fang's accent, whilst mostly above average, slips into some very New Zealand sounding vowels and the odd American twang. This is more of a situation from the American audience perspective as for them natural accents do not sound "authentic" to them, and need to be done over-the-top in order to sound "real" or "authentic". Another victim of this is Leliana of the Dragon Age franchise, whose voice actress Corinne Kempa (like Georgia van Cuylenburg (Vanille's voice actress) in regards to using her Australian accent) was accused of her accent being "unauthentic" and "fake", was merely using a native Parisian accent.
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Class and Level System
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Class and Level System: Outside of Summons and Full-ATB moves, characters do not have their own skillsets, nor do they even level up as per traditional JRPGs. Instead, you level up your Roles, and role combinations in battle (aka Paradigms) determine your effectiveness in fights.
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Ascended Meme
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There's also a reference to a meme from the first SaGa game. Vanille's "Death" ability is a one-hit KO on Orphan's final form, much like the instant-kill SAW weapon. This is actually confirmed to be an Homage.
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Not a Game
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Not a Game: An exchange between Lightning and Sazh.
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Not the Fall That Kills You
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Not the Fall That Kills You: Lightning utilizes a device called a Grav-Con unit to survive incredible falls and jumps (it reverses gravity just before the character hits the ground).
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Magical Security Cam
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Magical Security Cam: The "security camera" footage from inside the Euride Gorge power plant showing how Fang and Vanille's actions turned Dajh into a l'Cie is made to look like video with noise and scanline effects, but features dramatic camerawork shot from angles that would be impossible from the viewpoint of security cameras (even the floating ones seen elsewhere in the game, as they are not evident on wide shots of the same scene).
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Batman Gambit
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Batman Gambit: Barthandelus' plan to manipulate the l'Cie into fulfilling their Focus and destroying Cocoon amounts to pushing them past the Despair Event Horizon and letting nature take its course.
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The Smart Guy
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The Smart Guy (Sazh)
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Character Development
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Character Development: The Character Development is what's really driving the narrative. It shares a similar narrative structure with Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VIII. This reaches its natural climax in Chapter 12. Compare the arguing, Heroic BSODing, murder plotting, and bitch-slapping at the beginning to the confident, cohesive team that invades Eden.
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Crapsaccharine World
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Crapsaccharine World: The world of Cocoon is a very happy and beautiful place to live... as long as you're not a l'Cie and you don't know the real reason the people are being kept happy and complacent.
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Recurring Boss
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Recurring Boss: Many bosses are fought at least twice during the game. The Proudclad (piloted by Yaag Rosch) and Barthandelus stand out.
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Recurring Riff
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Recurring Riff: A melodic line from one of the vocal tracks appears in several other pieces throughout the game. Surprisingly for a Final Fantasy game, only one of the classic FF tunes appears in its entirety, the vocal J-pop rendition of the Chocobo theme. The series Prelude can be heard briefly in the game's original prelude, and the Final Fantasy theme (the one that usually plays during the credits) can be heard in the track "Miracles". Then again, this is somewhat typical of Masashi Hamauzu, who very rarely if ever pays tribute to Nobuo Uematsu's old musical cues. See: Dirge of Cerberus (scored by Hamauzu), which is bereft of any of the original Final Fantasy VII leitmotifs, compared to Crisis Core (scored by Takeharu Ishimoto) which borders on Continuity Porn in its reuses of FFVII melodies. On a more minor note, Blinded By Light can be heared in Lightning's theme, and it gets a Dark Reprise later.
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed With Suck: Becoming a l'Cie — chosen of the gods. You leave your family and home to carry out your god-given task. Your options are to A: be continuously crystallized and uncrystallized as the fal'Cie feel like using your services again, for eternity or B: turn into a Cie'th stone and spend forever not only trapped in one place but constantly awake and thinking only of your task, unless someone finishes it for you. It's totally possible that your task will involve killing a loved one who has become a Cie'th. A major theme in the story is why most l'Cie still choose to continue on despite the risk of a much worse fate.
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Parental Substitute
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Parental Substitute: Lightning became this to Serah following their parents' deaths, and gradually morphs into a mother figure for Hope, as well.
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Bleak Level
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Bleak Level: The village of Oerba.
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Power Tattoo
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Power Tattoo: The l'Cie brand. It also serves as an abstract Magic Countdown to Cie'thdom. It goes through thirteen stages, becoming more complex each time until it fully develops and the bearer becomes a Cie'th. If the l'Cie manages to complete their focus, they get a cool "ruined" brand like the one Fang sports for the entire game.
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Deus ex Machina
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Deus ex Machina: At first glance, the ending sequence is full of these for no reason... but they are actual interventions of a goddess, Etro, of her own free will rather than any asking on the party's behalf. First most of the party is turned into Cie'th, then abruptly turned back with them thinking it was willpower and/or a trick, though Vanille/Fang were in disbelief because they didn't think that was possible. Then after defeating Orphan, which brings down Cocoon and they can't stop this, Vanille and Fang become Ragnarok to stop Cocoon's descent - literally infused with Etro's warmth as semi-explained in the sequel, allowing them this ability and direction of the otherwise-uncontrollable creature. Then after all's said and done, everyone's crystallized because their Focus is complete, before everyone save Vanille and Fang are somehow freed, despite no fal'Cie to do that for them. As revealed in the datalog below, this isn't exactly a new development; this one is particularly sympathetic to extraordinary acts. Fang's initial Ragnarok rampage being stopped, via her and Vanille being put in crystal stasis 500 years before, is implied (and then confirmed) to literally be the result of divine interference.
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Morton's Fork
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Snow doesn't bother covering up his Pulse l'Cie tattoo, so he ends up causing the exact kind of panic that the party went back to Cocoon to prevent. However, not long after this Cocoon is mass-invaded by Pulsian creatures thanks to Barthandelus, so even if he'd covered up the panic would've happened anyway.
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Blatant Lies
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Blatant Lies: "... I knew that would happen."
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Bittersweet Ending
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Bittersweet Ending: On the upside, Cocoon is saved, Dajh and Serah are freed of their crystal stasis and reunited with their loved ones, and the party are no longer l'Cie. On the downside, Fang and Vanille are turned to crystal after they become Ragnarok together and stop Cocoon from falling. The bitterness is slightly sweetened by the knowledge that they're at least in crystal stasis together, but it's still a Tear Jerker.
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Shut Up, Hannibal!
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Shut Up, Hannibal!: Lightning pulls one of these on Orphan before the final fight.
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Broken Tears
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Broken Tears: Vanille breaks down when she is exposed as the reason why Sazh's son, Dajh, is a l'Cie.
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Elemental Powers
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Elemental Powers: As always with the series, in this case the notable example is the Eidolons: Fire, Ice, Lightning, Earth, Holy, and non-elemental.
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Stripperific
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Stripperific: Lebreau receives commentary from Lightning in the novella.
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Touched by Vorlons
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Touched by Vorlons: L'Cie are created when humans come into contact with a fal'Cie. The l'Cie then gain abilities that transcend that of normal humans, such as the use of "natural" magic instead of "artificial" magic produced by a Manadrive and the ability to summon Eidolons. Basically, they become Player Characters, or in the case of Cid, Bosses. Or if you're a really lousy l'Cie, you become a Cie'th, read: Random Battle Fodder.
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Utopia Justifies the Means
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Utopia Justifies the Means: The motivation of Barthandelus for destroying Cocoon and killing millions. Also Rosch's reason for participating in atrocities like the purge.
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Adult Fear
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Adult Fear: We explore the emotions of a single father whose only son is taken away from him by The Government, as well as those of a woman who loses her younger sister and of a man who loses his fiancée (same person) to a fate even worse. What about Hope's father? His wife and son go away together for a nice little holiday, then suddenly they've been boarded on a train to Pulse (hell on earth or so the Fal'Cie would have you think); the train has crashed, and all escapees are being killed/rounded up for execution. Think about how he must have felt when he found all of this out. Oh - and when you do finally go see him, he has about two minutes to digest the fact that his wife's dead before the army attacks and his son is forced to flee.
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The Unfought
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The Unfought: The players never get the opportunity to give Jihl Nabaat a thrashing. She was more than happy to oblige, but the Big Bad had other plans. Said person however, finally gets to show their stuff as part of the DLC for XIII-2.
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You Have Failed Me
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You Have Failed Me: Cie'th, l'Cie who didn't finish their job on time and got turned into zombies.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Both Sazh and Hope have shades of this.
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Infinity -1 Sword
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Infinity -1 Sword: The final weapon of each characters' set is NOT their ultimate weapon; since weapons can be augmented, it is best to constantly upgrade weapons that come with some form of stat benefit (such as Vanille's Belladonna Wand).
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Use Your Head
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Use Your Head: The chocobo chick's favorite method of attack. Powerful enough to knock down adults mooks (and Sazh)! Beware: this bird is a freakin' monster!
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Scenery Porn
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Scenery Porn: Detractors would be hard pressed to find anything bad to say about the graphics. Lampshaded by Sazh in the Sunleth Waterscape. "Where's a camera when you need one?"
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You Have Researched Breathing
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You Have Researched Breathing: Hope, Vanille, and Sazh begin the game with the attack command, then lose it pretty early on when they become l'Cie. Sazh gets it back automatically, the other two have to train to regain it when they unlock the Commando role late-game. Particularly jarring in Vanille's case, since she was a l'Cie to begin with.
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Waterfall into the Abyss
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Waterfall into the Abyss: If you look at the floating Cocoon from Oerba, you will see what must be massive streams of water running down from the bottom of its outer shell.
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Useless Useful Spell
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Useless Useful Spell: Being a recent game, this is a huge aversion; There are two roles that add buffs and debuffs. They're also the most important roles, since you may not even be able to survive bosses' attacks without being hardened by a Synergist, and some bosses you can't even touch without softening them up with a Saboteur. (Saboteur spells even deal damage and the effects stack!) There's also the Death spell, unlike the all or nothing versions in earlier games, Death actually hits pretty hard even when it doesn't score a One-Hit Kill. Orphan is susceptible to Poison. The easiest way to beat him is to let Poison tick away at his health while the party keeps itself alive. Poison, in particular, got a huge buff to usefulness; it drains health from its victim at a constant rate of .32% health per second. Against enemies with especially high HP, like the Long Gui or Vercingetorix, Poison will do more damage than your attacks will.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: Also: Before that:
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Huge Guy, Tiny Girl
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Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: To the extreme with Snow and Serah. Serah's about average height (5'5"/164cm), but Snow is over a foot taller than her (6'7"/200cm).
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The Big Guy
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The Big Guy (Fang)
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Death Is a Slap on the Wrist
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Death Is a Slap on the Wrist: The game doesn't even have a "flee" command, because you can just as easily "restart", which, like dying, just takes you back to before the battle, as if you never engaged the enemy. This, however, is essential because unlike other Final Fantasies, you lose very easily, and because the world is full of these one bosses and demonic spiders. Eidolons, anyone?
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Trap Is the Only Option
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Trap Is the Only Option: The Sanctum publicly announces the capture of Sazh and Vanille in order to trigger a rescue attempt which will bring the rest of the gang out of hiding. The others realize this but waste little time in deciding to launch a rescue attempt anyway.
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Dual Wielding
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Dual Wielding: Lightning does this during Odin's Gestalt mode. Sazh does this normally, and also hits twice for every attack he makes. Fang gets in on the action with the fifth attack in her attack combo.
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Bond One-Liner
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Bond One-Liner: The characters occasionally have a voice response after killing an enemy. They range from charming (Sazh's "Tough times, huh?") to outright disturbing (Fang's chuckle).
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Good Old Fisticuffs
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At the beginning of the game check the menu for the characters stats. With the exception of HP, Vanille's magic (which you can't even use at this point) and strength are almost half-again any of the other characters. This spindly little girl is stronger than both Snow, a man who kills monsters by punching them in the face, and Lightning, a career soldier. She's already been buffed.
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Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu
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Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: This is exactly what Barthandelus and Orphan want to happen — by killing Orphan, Cocoon will lose power and crash into Gran Pulse, and if the party doesn't want to kill him, they will find other methods and pawns to do the deed. Ultimately, this is precisely what happens in the ending, Orphan is killed and its death causes Cocoon to fall, though the party still saves the day.
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Level Grinding: Referenced to some extent in the game. The entirety of chapter 10 is an training center designed to help Pulse l'Cie become stronger. A bit odd, since Chapter 10 is one of the worst CP grinding spots in the game, and also worse at component/gil grinding than both Chapter 9 and Chapter 11.
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Nobody Poops: Specifically, that chocobo chick never seems to make a mess in Sazh's hair.
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Gem Tissue: While the physiology of this process is never exactly explored in detail, when the l'Cie in the Final Fantasy XIII mythos make their Faustian Bargain, a small crystal forms somewhere inside their bodies, that allows them to manifest their superpowers and grows larger as they become stronger (this serves as the in-universe justification of the Crystarium subsystem). Eventually, when the l'Cie fulfill their end of the deal they made, the crystal grows so large, it completely encases them, freezing them in an eternal stasis.
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Adrenaline Time: Lightning's Army of One skill utilizes this style.
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Ambiguous Robots: So the military creates biological weapons from wild creatures, but it's difficult to tell whether the resultant... things are metal, meat, a combination, or neither. Then you have the fal'Cie.
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Genius Loci: Many fal'Cie are this, though some blur this with just being huge, and you would not notice all of them from just playing the game. Kujata is a power plant, Eden is Edenhall, Phoenix is ship-like artificial sun, the Palamecia is one, and Anima is clearly connected to the entire Pulse Vestige.
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Organic Technology: Cocoon has amazing wonders such as iMac-styled Behemoths, snake mechs, cyborg dragons, and tree beasts with radiator grille faces.
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Enemy Scan: Libra, in two versions. The Libra technique uses one of your hard-earned and slowly regenerating Technical Points per enemy scanned. The Librascope is a rare single-use item that scans every enemy on the field.
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Panty Shot: If Fang does a jump when the battle ends, if the camera focuses on her victory pose, you can catch a glimpse of her panties. They are black. Also, during the Highwind move, there's a fair chance of it.
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Endgame+: The final level of the Crystarium.
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HP to 1: The final boss has an extremely annoying attack that reduces everyone's HP by 99%. When coupled with the poison status ailment he loves casting, this spells nearly instant death for any party member so afflicted. The attack with the blade? Put a Sentinel in your team before the light orb reaches Orphan. To add insult to injury, this attack also resets its stagger meter. Side note: Regardless of your armor, that attack will deal Over Nine Thousand damage easily. You can't lower it by anything except a Sentinel's resistance. Also, enter the battle with a Sentinel and two Medics to recover fast.
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Really 700 Years Old: Vanille and Fang and Dysley.
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Kill on Sight: When Lightning, Snow, Sazh, and Hope have been turned into Pulse l'Cie, PSICOM is dispatched to kill them on sight, along with Vanille, and the other Purge survivors.
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Tears from a Stone: Serah, with the aforementioned Taken for Granite "reward" for fulfilling her l'Cie focus, sheds a tear that turns into a crystal.
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Spam Attack: Lightning's Army of One and Sazh's Cold Blood full-ATB moves, as well as Hope's Last Resort if you only have one target. Also, what happens naturally when you're queuing up five or six Attacks or Ruins in a row during the late game.
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The Lancer (Snow)
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The Leader (Lightning)
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And then there's the awesome three-way fight you can perform on the Archylte Steppe with a Behemoth King and a Megistotheran. Both of them are extremely powerful, and even Hope comments that it's awesome to watch them duke it out, on top of this being a very good grinding spot.
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Gameplay and Story Segregation: It's odd seeing Hope contemplate killing Snow during a cutscene in Palumpolum and then heal him in the very next battle. Addressed when Hope defends Snow from a monster in a cutscene — he doesn't want Snow to die because then Hope doesn't get his chance to confront him with what he's done. The entirety of Sazh's Eidolon battle. After a heartwrenching scene between him and Vanille where he holds her at gunpoint for getting Dajh turned l'Cie, his Eidolon is summoned and he throws himself into the fight declaring if it wants to kill him, bring it on. During the fight however, their chatter is the same as always, Vanille cheerfully calling "don't give up" and Sazh thanking her for healing spells. The battle ends as always with the Eidolon's Gestalt Mode sequence, during which Sazh is smiling and looks to be having a blast. After Yaag Rosch's final command/request to the PSICOM/Guardian Corps units to focus on evacuation rather then fighting the l'Cie, once you enter Orphan's Cradle you'll see some who haven't been turned to Cieth and still want to fight you. Maybe they went mad from the revelation, seeing what happened to everyone else? Or maybe they just didn't receive the order, either because the location's shielded, or interference from the fal'Cie? It is a plot point that the party have a very vague Focus, and this is implied to be standard practice. When they reach Pulse, however, they get the opportunity to complete the missions of people who failed their Focuses. These are all very clear, because it would be annoying for the player to have a half-remembered dream as a side quest instruction.
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Death World: Gran Pulse. While not quite as dangerous as the Sanctum claim (if only because they claim it's Hell), it is still full of creatures that would be quite happy (and fully able) to make you their next meal.
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This also applies to enemies, too. PSICOM may be a bunch of Badass Normal types with no real supernatural abilities, but they compensate with teamwork. They buff each other, remove your buffs, debuff you, and focus fire. It's far more notable that they cooperate with each other moreso than other enemies.
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Replacement Goldfish: Some of the party members' relationships are forged this way. Lightning (replaces Hope's mother, Nora) and Hope (replaces Lightning's sister, Serah) to each other, and Vanille (replaces Sazh's son, Dajh) to Sazh.
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Heroic Sacrifice: Yaag Rosch, after you defeat his Proudclad for a second time, blows himself and two Humbabas up with a grenade so the party can enter Edenhall without being compromised. Fang and Vanille, who crystallize Cocoon and themselves to prevent it from falling after Orphan's destruction.
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Always Save the Girl: Fang outright states numerous times that she'd tear down the sky if that's what it took to keep Vanille safe. Same for Snow, but in more of a self-sacrificial way. His sole focus throughout the entire game is getting Serah back and marrying her, even if it means abandoning the group, after he said they should stick together.
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Evil Tower of Ominousness: Taejin's Tower. It's made even more creepy by the fact that most of it has fallen over.
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My God, You Are Serious: At the Vile Peaks, Lightning says that rather than spin out time trying to find her Focus or become a Cie'th, she's going to really make herself the enemy Cocoon fears by attacking Eden, the fal'Cie that rules over all the others and essentially keeps Cocoon running. Sazh starts to banter as usual, but then he realizes she actually means it and starts pointing out the many reasons that would be a really bad idea.
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Permanently Missable Content: With the exception of the ones on Gran Pulse, every single treasure chest in the game is lost once you leave the dungeon it's in. However, this is subverted in two ways: 1) Most don't give out things that are all that rare, and in particular many accessories/all weapons found before Gran Pulse can be bought from shops later. 2) The seeming exception is three(-of-six) element-resistance rings, as while you might find their advanced variants later, there's no other treasure chests of the basic ones if you miss them, which seems like it'd lock you out of the Treasure Hunter trophy... however, if you max-upgrade the third, most advanced variant and then dismantle it, you get a copy of the basic accessory among other things. Somewhat of a hassle, but still doable. There's a point in late game where if you don't fight an optional boss (way too strong for the party at normal progression, barring the Death trick if you have it unlocked), you'll have to choose between two treasure chests. The one you don't pick will be lost. The final dungeon won't allow you back into its main bulk after you reach the end, so any level grinding will have to be done before then. If you don't find all five parts to repair Vanille's pet robot, Bhakti, before fighting Barthandelus, then they disappear, and you lose out on a bunch of useful items.
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Planet of Hats: Every single one of Cocoon's uncountable number of fal'Cie are evil and in on Barthandelus and Orphan's plan to summon the Maker via mass sacrifice, even though it would also mean their deaths. Even the ones in charge of operating the automatic doors.
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Patrolling Mook: Most Pre Existing Encounters who aren't nailed to a particular spot are this. They are usually easier than stationary enemies because you can get a preemptive attack on them while their back is turned.
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That's No Moon!: Gran Pulse has no visible moon aside from Cocoon, which floats in its lower atmosphere.
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Improbable Weapon User: Snow uses his coat and fists against automatic weapons - and is specifically powered-up by the patches sewn or ironed on his jacket. Vanille uses a multi-hook 'fishing' pole. Gunblades and giant boomerangs would be considered exotic in any other game series.
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Video Game Geography: Square Enix attempted to make its world map of Cocoon conform to the shape of a true sphere, resulting in a kind of exploded map when laid flat.◊ It's interesting to note that almost every pocket of human civilization is on an island, thousands of miles away from the crater in the map's center; an indication that they are that scared of Gran Pulse.
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Morph Weapon: Transformation is a primary theme in Final Fantasy XIII, and most characters' weapons reflect this. Lightning's gunblade shifts between sword and firearm, Sazh's dual pistols link together to form a rifle, Fang's spear pulls apart to act as a sansetsukon, and Hope's boomerang and Vanille's staff fold for easy storage.
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Revive Kills Zombie: Inverted, concerning the final boss.
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Meaningful Name: The l'Cie's plain English names and their meanings may be obvious, but there are other examples. The Undying, for instance, are all named for people who commanded armies against ancient Rome. Hope spends a lot of the game battling between holding on to hope or giving into despair. Lightning even lampshades this at one point. In the Japanese version of the game, many of PSICOM's gunships and war machines have German and Chinese names.
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Welcome to Corneria: Deconstructed in Gran Pulse; what would have been NPCs who stand in one spot and repeat a single line of dialogue over and over are literal stone statues that are doomed to repeat the same sentiments for all eternity. Played straight with the human NPCs, however. On a lighter note, an NPC in Nautilus references the original line as a Mythology Gag.
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Affectionate Gesture to the Head: Fang gives Vanille a number of these.
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Nominal Importance: Even if you haven't been spoiled going into the game, you know damn well Hope's mother is doomed when the game's subtitles only refer to her as "Mother." She has a name, but it's not revealed until long after she's dead.
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Guide Dang It!
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The first time you fight Barthandelus at the end of Chapter 9 also comes down to this. There's no hints or mentions of what you should do when he's preparing to pull off Destrudo, an instant-kill attack that can be subverted if he's lost enough HP while charging up, making this a Guide Dang It! moment for the ill-informed after they've had their asses handed to them on a silver platter a few times or so.
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Marathon Boss
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Marathon Boss: For main game bosses, it's Barthandelus. The first two fights with him can easily take up to 20 minutes because of his ridiculously high HP. He actually goes down fast in his final incarnation, but that's only the beginning. Vercingetorix, who has 15.8 million HP (although it's worth noting that the default damage cap in this game is 99,999, not 9,999, and the fight will probably take no more than 15-20 minutes). Some of the oretoises. An Adamantoise has loads of HP and its resistances mean you only do 10% of normal damage (1% of normal with any elemental attack.), although those resistances can be lowered by attacking its legs, which renders it briefly helpless and vulnerable. The target time for killing one is around 30 minutes (although a high-level party can potentially win in 2-3). The good news is that they're susceptible to Death, so with a little luck or a lot of patience the fight can be very short. Long Gui (the more powerful version of Adamantoise), however, are not vulnerable to Death. One side mission requires you to take on three Tonberries. The target time is over 37 minutes, but this can be considerably reduced if you gain a preemptive strike.
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Behemoth Battle
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Behemoth Battle: On one memorable location on Gran Pulse, you encounter a behemoth (a huge and nasty monster type) and a giant dog-like monster fighting each other. The two of them block the passage to your destination but are so consumed by their fight that you can sneak past them with a bit of luck. If they do spot you, it results in a Mêlée à Trois where you can play one of them against the other to make it slightly easier. After defeating the Adamanchield in Chapter 12, you can see Behemoth Kings fighting PSICOM Behemoths off to the side. The Behemoth Kings win.
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Bishounen
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Bishounen: Cid Raines is the youngest and most attractive Cid so far. Hope will qualify in a couple years, if he doesn't already.
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Trauma Conga Line
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Trauma Conga Line: Everyone, to some extent. Vanille might just have the worst of it, though, especially during the last few boss fights.
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Weak to Magic: Physical attacks and magic are put on the same weakness/resistance continuum as elemental damage so that their damage multipliers stack with the elemental ones. Most of the winged Cie'th have magic as a weakness.
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Colour Coded For Your Inconvenience: The Palamecia's colored security codes in Chapter 9 don't make any sense. First an intruder alert causes Code Red, which later escalates to Code Green, and after the prisoners escape to Code Purple. Hope wonders aloud what the heck it all means, and then it's completely lampshaded when Jihl Nabaat starts having her epic Villainous Breakdown, shouting "This means we have a Code Blue! Or maybe Code Yellow. Or maybe Code Orange. If it was Code Orange that would mean...?" But then Primarch Dysley puts an end to it and remarks that "Desperate times demand flexibility: [beat] Code White!"
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Jerkass Gods: Although they are not technically gods, the fal'Cie are pretty large and in charge, and largely regard humans as either pets or tools, as Hope cheerfully mentions later on in the story. They're so detached from normal morality that they practically run on Insane Troll Logic — the very concept of becoming a l'Cie is that they give you an objective to fulfill, which they may not even explain to you clearly, and your "reward" is to be turned into a crystal statue until they revive you to give you a new Focus. You're also given a time limit to complete this objective, regardless of if they explained it to you or not, and failure to complete it before time runs out turns you into a zombie.
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Cell Phones Are Useless
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Cell Phones Are Useless: On a Super-Encrypted Military Phone no less — but to be fair, it was being jammed. In true Plot-Driven Breakdown fashion, it happens just as Lightning is trying to tell Snow that Hope wants to kill him/Hope not to kill Snow.
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Who Would Be Stupid Enough?
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Who Would Be Stupid Enough?: The other characters poke fun at Fang for giving into Orphan's nonsense about miracles coming out of misery.
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It Began with a Twist of Fate
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It Began with a Twist of Fate: Four out of six protagonists are forced on an adventure by pure chance of being in New Bodhum when the Pulse Fal'cie Anima awakened near the city. What followed was a chain reaction of events that either killed or crystallized their loved ones, driving the four into an ill-fated attempt to rescue/avenge them.
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Global Airship
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Global Airship: Sort of; you can briefly ride mechs that will keep you safe.
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Curse Cut Short: When Snow finds out that Barthandelus was pretending to be Serah in Chapter 11, his response is to punch his face in with a very pissed off "You son of a-!" Per Running Gag, he's cut off before he can finish either action.
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The War Sequence: Chapter 12 begins with the l'Cie party invading the capital city of Cocoon, Eden, by crashing through a racetrack. At the same time, an army of Pulse monsters teleported in by Barthandelus are invading, and the Cavalry has also launched its coup d'état against the Sanctum. In response, all of PSICOM's remaining brigades as well as the Guardian Corps' Homeguard Regiment are mobilized to protect Eden. The end result is basically everyone is fighting everyone. The party even has to fight the Cavalry after most of them get turned into Cie'th.
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Dance Battler
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Dance Battler: Enemies of the Daemon subtype seem to be this.
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Mana Meter
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Mana Meter: Almost completely averted. While you do have the fast and powerful Techniques that use Tech Points, everything else is based on time.
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Alternative Foreign Theme Song: The English version of Final Fantasy XIII changes the Japanese theme, "Kimi ga Iru Kara", to "My Hands", by Leona Lewis. This is because the dubbers weren't able to translate the whole song into English.
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Tech Tree
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Tech Tree: A variant. The game uses a system called the crystarium, which is most similar to the AP system seen in Final Fantasy X. However, each character has 1-3 out of 6 different crystarium boards open initially, and each one has a different progress bar and different unlockables — they are basically this game's version of a character class. Skills and spells are only usable when you are in that tech tree, but passive bonuses to HP, Strength, etc. are permanent. All the areas of the boards are locked out until you progress far enough into the plot.
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Boss in Mook Clothing
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One side mission requires you to take on three Tonberries. The target time is over 37 minutes, but this can be considerably reduced if you gain a preemptive strike.
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Too Awesome to Use
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Too Awesome to Use: The game has only four elixirs. If you do dare to use them and do so intelligently though, one is usually enough to drop the scales in your favor. Shrouds, which are field items that pre-buff your characters with every conceivable positive status or let you dodge enemies entirely. While they can be bought in shops, they're not available until almost the end of the game, and even then they're ridiculously expensive. On top of that, they almost never drop from enemies unless you either rank extremely low on a Random Encounter or have a certain accessory equipped. Needless to say, you'll want to save the 20 or so you get through the course of normal play for the endgame Bonus Bosses or the later Eidolon fights.
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"The Reason You Suck" Speech: Lightning gives one to Hope early on, calling him out on his uselessness. She ends up accidentally calling her Eidolon, Odin, who wastes no time in trying to cut Hope in half. She also gives one to the True Final Boss, Orphan.
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Wake-Up Call Boss
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The Manasvin Warmech, technically the first thing you fight in the entire game, fights like a lame duck the first time. Later subverted when he shows up the second time.
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Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair!
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Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair!: All of Gran Pulse, but Taejin's Tower in particular.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: It's one of the main themes of the game. The party's mere presence as Pulse l'Cie is making the civilian population panic and the government resorts to increasingly extreme measures to capture them and restore the peace, and as l'Cie the party members can either fulfill their Focus to destroy Cocoon, or refuse it and turn to Cie'th. They come to believe there must be a way to Take a Third Option, but in the meantime they evade capture, mow down enemy soldiers as necessary, show off their l'Cie powers in public note Snow did so to get civilians out of the line-of-fire, when otherwise they would've been hit by friendly fire, and in general escalate the already-thick tensions of the people thanks to situations forcing their hands. A good portion of NPCs, and briefly some of the party members themselves, are of the opinion it would make things easier on the world if they just stopped trying and died. As for specific examples: Cid attempts to free himself of his Focus and save the world by killing the party, only to end up defeated and ripe for resurrection by the Big Bad as a puppet that goes on to fuel discord and destruction on the streets of Cocoon. Snow doesn't bother covering up his Pulse l'Cie tattoo, so he ends up causing the exact kind of panic that the party went back to Cocoon to prevent. However, not long after this Cocoon is mass-invaded by Pulsian creatures thanks to Barthandelus, so even if he'd covered up the panic would've happened anyway. The party defeat Barthandelus, causing him to be assimilated by Orphan for usage as a shell in the subsequent battle. Pretty much everything the party does for the whole game, up to and including killing the final boss, is exactly what the Big Bad (said final boss) wants you to do. And worse still, the BigBad intentionally set it all up so that's all you can do - whether it's done by one group of L'Cie or another future group is irrelevant, even if they want it done sooner rather than later.
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She also gives one to the True Final Boss, Orphan.
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"Good Luck" Gesture: Vanille crosses her fingers whenever she is worried things might go wrong. She does it a lot of times throughout the game.
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Breather Episode: The way that the plot comes to a screeching halt, to show us a parade, and put us into a petting zoo, you know something bad is going to happen...
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Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough
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Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough: Literally in Lightning's case. Her superior officer, Lt. Amodar, tells her to stay away from fal'Cie business, but Lightning almost immediately sets out to kick ass and ask questions later.
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Attack Its Weak Point: The Stagger system encourages this, with a damage multiplier that goes up to 999%. Using attacks the enemy is weak to increases it faster, and some enemies become more vulnerable when staggered, such as losing their armor and becoming easier to stunlock.
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Magitek: All fal'Cies are a mysterious combination of magic and tecnology. Members of Cocoon's military also have access to equipment that lets them use magic (before becoming a l'Cie, Lightning uses one such device to fly through the air). PSICOM also uses "militarized" monsters like a cyborg behemoth.
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Stalked by the Bell: If a fight is taking way too long, a death timer will eventually appear. In some cases, this prevents winning purely through attrition.
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Cap
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Cap: For those who have been playing for a while, you will notice that many enemies after a certain point, especially bosses, have something on the order of millions of Hit Points. Thankfully, these large numbers are irrelevant, because the game has no defense stat, and careful manipulation of the Break Meter means your characters can deal damage in excesses of 50,000 damage per hit (and you can chain up to six attacks, more with Sazh and Fang.) As an example, the final boss has six million hit points, but can be beaten in less than five minutes. The normal damage cap is 99,999, which can be reached in normal playthrough through Stagger-ending abilities (Smite and Scourge), Fang and Snow's character-specific attacks with a Staggered enemy and a full break meter, or liberal use of positive and negative status effects. A hidden item allows you to break this cap, allowing damage up to 999,999. With Fang's Highwind, 1.5 million damage is far from unheard of. Summons can also occasionally break this cap.
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Seemingly Hopeless Boss Fight: The second fight with the Ushumgal Subjugator. Hope has to go it alone at first. Due to the way the battle system is designed, it is pretty much impossible to defeat a boss enemy with just one character—the best you can hope for is to keep Hope from dying by switching to the healer role often. Luckily, just before he hits 0 HP (or after he survives for a set time), a cutscene plays out where Lightning and Fang finally catch up with them and deliver a sound trashing to the boss.
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin
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On another note, some of the Full ATB Skills (a.k.a. Limit Breaks) can be seen as this. While these moves certainly look pretty, may do a lot of damage, and fill up the chain gauge quickly, it has to be considered whether this is more effective than having six separate moves instead of this one, as it takes up every ATB point available.
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Red Oni, Blue Oni
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Red Oni, Blue Oni: The military career Lightning with her cold and professional demeanor, and the tribal Fang who is flirty, hot-headed, and impulsive. The colors are inverted though - it's Lightning who wears the red, while Fang wears the blue. It's not a complete inversion, though; at their first meeting, it's Fang who tells Lightning that she should cool that head of hers. Fang is in the end more easygoing than Lightning.
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Puzzle Boss
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Puzzle Boss: The Eidolons do not yield to you based solely on pure strength. Better pay attention to what Libra tells you and act accordingly, that clock isn't slowing down.
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Reality Is Unrealistic
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This is more of a situation from the American audience perspective as for them natural accents do not sound "authentic" to them, and need to be done over-the-top in order to sound "real" or "authentic". Another victim of this is Leliana of the Dragon Age franchise, whose voice actress Corinne Kempa (like Georgia van Cuylenburg (Vanille's voice actress) in regards to using her Australian accent) was accused of her accent being "unauthentic" and "fake", was merely using a native Parisian accent.
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The Social Darwinist
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The Social Darwinist: Titan's entire reason for existing is to create new, strong species to inhabit Gran Pulse, and let them wipe out the weak ones, unless he feels like doing it himself in which case he will. However, he's relatively reasonable about it compared to usual instances of the trope, as he conducts such acts to strengthen all the races of Gran Pulse. His trial missions have briefings worded in a way that invites the party to die at the hands of a superior foe if they are unworthy or unwilling to live, and when the trials are complete, Titan acknowledges their power and that they are worthy of living.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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What Happened to the Mouse?: After Rygdea mercy-kills Raines on his request, he promptly vanishes from the game. Unfortunately, since the rest of the Cavalry became Cie'th before they could reach Orphan, things probably didn't end too well for him. Lightning's real name, Claire, is never mentioned in the game after Serah (read: Dysley) says it. None of the party members call her by it, deciding to call her 'Light' instead. Not even her own sister Serah calls her that in the ending. As a matter of fact, her real name is never mentioned again until the very end of the trilogy. Also, what happened to Hope's dad? You would've expected him to show up in the ending, but he doesn't. However, in the novel, PSICOM appears and tells Hope that his father is with them. And Lightning's commanding officer, Lieutenant Amodar?
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Eldritch Abomination
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Eldritch Abomination: The fal'Cie, and many of the Undying.
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Sliding Scale of Linearity vs. Openness
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Sliding Scale of Linearity vs. Openness: Level 2. The game's linearity created a good deal of discussion, not only about whether it's good or bad, but whether it was true to the series.
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Interplanetary Voyage
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Interplanetary Voyage: The first time the plot has you doing this in a Final Fantasy title since Final Fantasy IX, and the first time you could travel between planets at will since Final Fantasy IV.
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Badass Crew
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Badass Crew: Obviously. But incredibly evident when the group assaults Eden in Chapter 12.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": Orphan, despite all the references (name, the changes between its forms, its music, its dungeon, thirteen orphans, etc) is called Ophan often, because it also alludes to the type of angel, Ophanim. Of course, the English release confirms "Orphan" as canon. Galenth Dysley's true name is another matter of contention. Most agreed that he was named Baldanders after the mythological creature, but they Latinized it to Barthandelus in the English release. Some of the names in the Spanish translation are slightly different, like Baldanders instead of Barthandelus (as referenced above), Paals instead of Pulse, and luCie instead of l'Cie. Whether they're truer or not to the original Japanese is arguable.
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Cool Car
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Concerning the Eidolons, Sazh has a hot rod and Snow has a Cool Bike.
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The Government
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We explore the emotions of a single father whose only son is taken away from him by The Government, as well as those of a woman who loses her younger sister and of a man who loses his fiancée (same person) to a fate even worse.
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Sibling Yin-Yang
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Lightning and Serah.
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Airborne Aircraft Carrier
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Airborne Aircraft Carrier: The 'Lindblum' and the 'Palamecia'. The 'Palamecia' looks like the big brother of the Aigaion in Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, and it even has a docking guidance system that resembles the ERS from H.A.W.X.
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Anachronic Order
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Anachronic Order/In Medias Res: The first half of the game (up to Palumpolum, at least) flows this way. Flashbacks to the thirteen days prior to the Purge help to develop the characters and the plot. The flashbacks themselves are done in Anachronic Order, and often plot elements set up in one flashback will be paid off in another (like the real story behind Lightning's hunting knife that's in the inventory).
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Our Zombies Are Different
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Our Zombies Are Different: Cie'th. They're zombies who grow crystals (and bigger) and eventually turn into statues, or fall apart. Or live forever fueled by pure spite.
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Didn't Think This Through
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Didn't Think This Through: Anima's plot may still be partly uncertain, but Barthandelus and Orphan planned on summoning the Maker with the apocalyptic fall of Cocoon. Ragnarok's suspending Cocoon via a massive crystal pillar could be seen as a hundred middle fingers aimed at the two of them, courtesy of Vanille and Fang.
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Insurmountable Waist-Height Fence
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Insurmountable Waist-Height Fence: Although it's less obvious thanks to the fact that the party can jump over numerous obstacles, given the heights and lengths the characters can jump, there are many obstacles they really should be able to go over and areas they should be able to reach that they can't.
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Colossus Climb
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Colossus Climb: While you do not fight the entire structure, Anima was actually the entire Pulse Vestige. This is most apparent in one of the flashbacks when the face of the Vestige roars. The boss that the game and Datalog call "Anima" was actually just its core.
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Chained by Fashion
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Chained by Fashion: Many of the enemy designs.
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: At first, the boss of Chapter 5 - the Aster Protoflorian (a giant bug thing) - looks to be completely out-of-place with the site's local fauna, and comes almost literally out-of-nowhere. The site in question was developing biological weapons, but this thing looks mechanical... however, looks at the datalog reveal that thing is a bioweapon, ie a living creature gone through a whole host of enhancements. Apparently looks can be deceiving, though it's entrance is still quite sudden and somewhat out-of-place.
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Justified Trope
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Justified Trope: Say what you will about the lack of "traditional" towns, and not being able to really interact with the NPCs, but from a thematic standpoint it makes sense. The party members are basically fugitives and the general population is terrified of them. On the other hand, Welcome to Corneria is deconstructed.
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I Am the Noun
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I Am the Noun: Barthandelus, upon revealing himself to be the head fal'Cie. "L'Cie? You mean me? Oh child, perish the thought. I am more than that! I am fal'Cie! My name is Barthandelus! Voice of the Sanctum, and Lord-Sovereign of the Cocoon fal'Cie."
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Ominous Pipe Organ
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Ominous Pipe Organ: Ragnarok combines this with Ominous Latin Chanting. Also, there's an organ right at the beginning of Born Anew, but it's a bit drowned out by the choir. You can hear it much more easily in the instrumental version, though.
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Ruins of the Modern Age
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Ruins of the Modern Age: There's hints of this scattered all over Gran Pulse, but it really hits home once you make it to Taejin's Tower, and more importantly: Oerba.
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Arc Number
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Arc Number: 13. The story is punctuated by flashbacks of various events taking place over a span of thirteen days before the game begins. The game's plot is divided into thirteen chapters, and there are thirteen Analects found through side missions later on. L'Cie brands have thirteen stages. There are a lot of minor ones as well. Just some examples: The game begins on Aerorail Trussway 13-E. L'cie brands (from both Pulse and Cocoon) go through a total of 13 phases. All the analog clocks go to 13 rather than 12, and there are even a total of thirteen retail networks to shop from. There are 13 sub-menues in the Datalog, 13 groups of "Militarized Units", and, when counted, there are a total of 13 party members (6 l'Cie and their Eidolons, counting both Shiva Sisters)
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band: The Leader (Lightning) The Lancer (Hope) The Big Guy (Snow) The Chick (Vanille) The Smart Guy (Sazh) Sixth Ranger (Fang)
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Damage-Sponge Boss
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Damage-Sponge Boss: Most of the bosses and quite a few of the regular enemies can take a lot of damage before they will die.
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Paper Tiger
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Paper Tiger: Behemoths look threatening when first encountered, with their large size and 20,000 hit points. You will soon find out that two low-level characters can Stagger them without undue effort.
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Artificial Stupidity
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Artificial Stupidity: Your party will move closer to one another just as an enemy is about to unleash an area-of-effect attack. Your designated Ravager also tends to alternate between physical and magical attacks, which takes about twice as long to execute as as straight-up physical or magical assault, although alternating between them does charge up the chain gauge faster. AI-controlled Saboteurs start by casting the left-most debuffs (like Deprotect and Deshell) on an enemy's Libra screen and working their way toward the right (like Pain and Fog), provided they know those skills. This is more of an inconvenience, given that most battles end quickly. Fortunately, Snow only learns the debilitating debuffs, making him a very useful Saboteur. Additionally, Saboteurs and Synergists prioritize defensive actions (reducing enemy damage and increasing allies' defenses) over offensive ones. While this does help the party to survive, it can make it much harder to get high ranks on shorter fights. Synergists have the problem of often only casting one buff at a time even if they have the ATB charge to cast more. Though normally this does give the advantage of not having to wait to charge the ATB for the next buff, once they learn Haste, which charges the ATB faster, this is just a waste of time. They're also liable to cast buffs like Faith and Bravery, which boost magic and strength, on characters which may not be able to use attacks of that type. Synergists and Saboteurs don't recast buffs/debuffs on their target until the status has worn off. This means if you can see your buffs are about to wear off, they don't recast them to renew the duration until they have done so. In fights where you need to keep yourself continually buffed, this can be a major problem. Saboteurs can keep casting debuffs on an enemy to build up the Chain Gauge. The AI doesn't seem to realize this and will stop once all relevant debuffs are set, standing there and doing nothing. AI Medics follow a certain AI structure, as do the others, but theirs might not fit every situation. They start with healing anyone alive (particularly the leader) at/below 30% health (ignoring wounded Glass Cannon support characters with less total health), then 70% health, but only once both conditions are satisfied do they turn their attention to those requiring Raise, followed by removing negative status ailments, and ending with whatever damage hasn't been healed yet. You'll need to control a Medic role to do things out-of-order. Commandos are the only role that will refuse to target the same enemy as the party leader if there is more than one Commando in the paradigm at a time. This often greatly limits the usefulness of paradigms like "Aggression" and "Cerberus", as the AI Commandos will waste time attacking different enemies, instead of concentrating their attacks on the ONE you need them to. There are times when that does have its uses; lots of weak enemies that you can mow down many-at-a-time (it happens in The Faultwarrens at least) can save you time and help get high scores or take them all out before one of them summons something really dangerous or at the very least time-consuming to defeat. Or otherwise one big guy with weak but very annoying support where trying to have everyone laser focus on the weaklings is a waste of their time; the second commando can deal with the wimps while the other two can deal with more important matters. In general the game's AI is often a poor judge of when it's appropriate to use single-target attacks vs. multi-target attacks. Especially annoying when you preemptively strike a large group of enemies, and then the AI chooses single-target attacks for everyone, instead of trying to stagger as many enemies as possible with area of effect moves. Thankfully, the two above examples are fixed in the sequel where you can choose if your AI companions attack separate targets, or go after the same enemy as the party leader you control when you customize your paradigms.
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Redundant Rescue
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Redundant Rescue: Sazh and Vanille orchestrate their own escape by utilizing the distraction provided by their rescuers, meeting up with the rest of the party just as they were running into trouble.
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Pre-Rendered Graphics
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Pre-Rendered Graphics: A handful of important cutscenes are pre-rendered, though most are done in-engine.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: Vanille, Fang, Lebreau, and Lightning (although it's not as obvious).
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Palmtree Panic
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Palm Tree Panic: Sunset Beach.
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Transformation Sequence
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Transformation Sequence: When a l'Cie is crystallized (i.e. Serah and Dajh). Or uncrystallized, as Vanille was — complete with magically appearing clothes.
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Big Bad
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Pretty much everything the party does for the whole game, up to and including killing the final boss, is exactly what the Big Bad (said final boss) wants you to do. And worse still, the BigBad intentionally set it all up so that's all you can do - whether it's done by one group of L'Cie or another future group is irrelevant, even if they want it done sooner rather than later.
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Luck-Based Mission: Getting five stars on the Gigantuar fight. Either you get a lucky instant stagger (with very low odds) or the battle takes too long, regardless of your stats.
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Beehive Barrier
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Beehive Barrier: The protect spell manifests as this when a player is hit, and Galenth Dysley has one.
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Press X to Die
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Press X to Die: Picking a fight with an Adamantoise. (Unless you're REALLY overleveled, or you taught Vanille "Death".)
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Post-End Game Content
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Post-End Game Content Endgame+: The final level of the Crystarium.
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Crippling Overspecialization: Each role is only good at one, maybe two thing(s) depending on a combination of role function/damage/chain effects, meaning you have to develop multiple paradigms to deal with different situations.
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Mark of the Beast: The l'Cie brand may as well be a triple six or a five-star.
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They Died Because of You
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They Died Because of You: In Chapter 7, Snow inadvertently mentions Nora's death to Hope after battling the Ushumgal Subjugator in Palumpolum. Hope, knowing full well of what happened back in the Hanging Edge, shoves Snow over the edge of the building's roof and tells the latter that Nora died because of him before trying to kill him.
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Eldritch Location: Orphan's Cradle. It also has touches of Alien Geometries.
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Zombify the Living: The mindless monsters Cie'th are considered undead, even though to become one, a human must not so much die as fail a Focus given to them by a fal'Cie. When a fal'Cie feels threatened, however, it can give humans an un-completable "null" Focus, which turns them into Cie'th on the spot, rapidly spawning a veritable zombie army around the fal'Cie.
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Interface Spoiler A first time player might wonder why cute little Vanille would have three ATB gauges, as opposed to battle hardened Lightning and Snow, who only have two. The answer? She's already a l'Cie. Another hint comes with the fact that Vanille has 350 HP, whereas Lightning only has 200. When the l'Cie transformation happens, Lightning gets a boost of 100 HP, but Vanille's HP stays the same. At the beginning of the game check the menu for the characters stats. With the exception of HP, Vanille's magic (which you can't even use at this point) and strength are almost half-again any of the other characters. This spindly little girl is stronger than both Snow, a man who kills monsters by punching them in the face, and Lightning, a career soldier. She's already been buffed. Did Sazh just kill himself? Well, the game just told you he just gained his Eidolon summon and an ATB gauge. So, not likely. The game's manual flat-out states you'll be going to Pulse eventually.
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Foreshadowing: After the party crash lands in the Vile Peaks, Sazh asks Vanille (about her ignorance) "What, did you sleep through history or something?" Vanille laughs and answers, "More or less." The vision that the party has of their Focus at the beginning of the game essentially shows what happens at the end of the game. Whether this is foreshadowing the events of the game or is simply a generic representation of Ragnarok destroying Cocoon is up to your interpretation of the dream. Each character starts the game with two ATB slots, gaining a third when they are turned into l'Cie. Vanille, on the other hand, already has three long before the party is transformed. When everyone is examining their new l'Cie marks, Vanille's mark is already far more advanced than everyone else's. Fang's Crystarium crystal being used for an achievement icon (one related to treasure hunting) foreshadows her role in Lightning Returns. If you pay attention to the Analects in the Datalog, you'll notice several of them were written by a Paddra Nsu-Yeul, who's full role as a seeress (and other, less-savory developments) only becomes clear in the trilogy's other two games.
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One-Man Army: Lightning and Snow start out this way, and everybody else grows into it in short order. l'Cie are powerful. Also, Lightning's Full ATB Skill is called "Army of One."
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Gag Dub: Two of them, based on early cutscenes (Snow and Vanille and Lightning and Sazh). Another gag dub was performed by Ali Hillis and Troy Baker themselves.
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"DYSLEY!"
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Phlebotinum Rebel: Two types: Your party, who use their powers to defy their Foci and battle the fal'Cie, and The Undying, people who resented their fate as l'Cie, ignored their foci, and became immortal super-beings who kept going on nothing but pure spite.
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield
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Amazing Technicolor Battlefield: Throughout Orphan's Cradle, but then averted for the final battle.
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BGM Override: Most notably the "Dust to Dust" segment, but the game uses this on many other occasions.
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Lazy Backup: Even worse than most games with an Arbitrary Headcount Limit. Not only will the non-active party members not lift a finger in battle, but if your lead character dies, it's game over. No matter who that lead character is or whether or not any of the other party members know any revive skills.
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Funny Afro: Both Sazh and his son Dajh.
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Later, one of the Cie'th Stone Missions has you facing off against one of the fearsome Undying Cie'ths... only for it to get shanked from behind by a Tonberry, which is your true opponent. Fortunately, the sequel has a proper battle against it.
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Gratuitous Latin
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Mood Whiplash: Holy hell is chapter 8 a shining example of this. A carefree festival scene gets interrupted by PSICOM. That might have been expected, but the mood keeps going down from there once you defeat the boss and Sazh's toddler son wanders onto the scene, apparently completing his Focus and getting encased in crystal. Terrible secrets are revealed when Nabaat punts the dog into orbit and poor Sazh can't decide whether he should kill Vanille, who had been trying to keep his spirits up the whole journey. By the end of the entire scene, Sazh has a summon and a gun to his head.
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Cool Horse: Odin transforms into one in Gestalt mode.
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Infinity +1 Sword: Averted, as mentioned above, due to augmentation in this game. You build your Ultimate Weapon from roughly six to eight different templates, each with their own plusses and minuses, and suitable for different playing styles. Thus, you can also choose not to build an Ultimate Weapon, and complete the game with everyone's starting equipment. It isn't as hard as it sounds.
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The Promise: The main musical theme is actually called "Final Fantasy XIII - The Promise." The talk page for the song on the Final Fantasy Wiki lists at least five different promises within the game: Snow promised to protect and save Serah, Snow and Vanille both promised to protect and save Cocoon, Vanille claimed that she promised Hope they would visit Gran Pulse together, Fang promised to protect Vanille and not let her turn into a C'ieth and Hope promised to watch out for Lightning.
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And I Must Scream: If you are turned into a Cie'th, your body is twisted and covered in crystals, and you're barely recognizable and unable to interact with anyone. In more advanced stages, you turn into a Cie'th stone, which is the same, but you're an immobile Living Statue. Never mind that the rate in which you turn Cie'th only increases the more panicked and distressed you are on your Focus. Cie'th are practically the game universe's equivalent to the undead, with names like "Ghoul", "Ghast", or "Vampire".
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Worst. Whatever. Ever!
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Worst. Whatever. Ever!: Lightning says "Worst birthday ever," in response to Serah announcing that she and Snow are engaged on her birthday. It's hilarious the first time around, but in recalling it after chapter, say, 2 or 3...
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Token Yuri Girls: Fang and Vanille.
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Final Solution: The Purge at the beginning of the game, meant to "relocate" the residents of Bohdum to Pulse after a Pulse Vestige was discovered to have a Pulse fal'cie within and scared the crap out of everyone on Cocoon. It's just a different word for genocide. Most of the game's conflict stems from the main characters surviving said Purge, the populace of Cocoon being scared to death of their survival and why they're so afraid.
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Practical Taunt: This exists as a Sentinel skill. The default tank, Snow, just waves the enemy forward and says something like "Well? Come on!!" or "I can take it!"
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Soundtrack Dissonance: Getting pummeled by monsters to the sound of vocal trance or bossa nova has never been so much fun!
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Alas, Poor Villain: At the end of Chapter 12, Yaag Rosch fights your party nearly to the death, but spends the last of his energy ordering his soldiers to evacuate the citizens, then blows himself up in what appears to be an attempt to keep your party safe from outside attack. And the 'Game Over' music plays in the background.
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Jack-of-All-Stats: Lightning. She is considered the best Ravager, arguably tied as the second best Commando, has access to the Medic role for most of the game, is an adept Synergist (she is only missing Veil, Bar-, and the two -Ra), and can fill the roles of a Sentinel and a Saboteur. She has both the second highest strength stat and second highest magic stat (which she is tied for with Vanille.
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Oh, Crap!
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The looks on the party members' faces, especially Lightning's, when Dysley reveals his fal'Cie form for the first time on the Palamecia pretty much reads "Oh, Crap!".
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Hollow World / Floating Continent: Cocoon is this and (according to Word of God) is roughly the size of the United States. The fal'Cie Phoenix serves as its sun, and it is essentially floating in the upper Pulsian atmosphere. In addition, the floating city of Eden is located high up in Cocoon's sky, being a floating city in the center of a floating continent.
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Accidental Misnaming: Fang gets quite incensed at Lightning referring to Gran Pulse simply as Pulse. The game's on-board database (which had also been referring to it as Pulse) updates itself after that.
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Bifurcated Weapon: Sazh's guns, Fang's spear.
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Indeed, it's practically the theme of the game's story. Our heroes are told over and over again that as l'Cie, it's their destiny to fulfill their focus or suffer a Fate Worse than Death. In the end, however, they all decide they're going to make their own fate.
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Cosmic Plaything: L'Cie are this to the fal'Cie.
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Loophole Abuse: During some longer attack animations, especially Full ATB Skills, you can still change Paradigms and thus your party's passive skill adjustments. Doing this allows ATB Skills used in the Ravager role to benefit from the Commando's damage buff bonus by switching once they begin the attack. In-universe, it's how the fal'Cie mass-produce Cie'th. l'Cie turn into Cie'th if they fail to complete their Focus, so guess what happens when you create a l'Cie without a Focus to complete?.
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Colony Drop: The fal'Cie's plan to destroy Cocoon is to have it fall and crash into Pulse. They believe that this mass killing will summon The Maker. Ironically, this does happen, but the killing is on the fal'Cie side: the game ends with Cocoon perched atop a crystal structure, at the cost of Fang and Vanille becoming Ragnarok and then turning to crystal.
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Serah's miniskirt always protects her modesty, regardless of what she does. Interestingly, in FFXIII-2, we learn that Serah also wears black Modesty Shorts.
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Always Check Behind the Chair: Always look behind you when you enter a new area — there could be a treasure sphere lurking.
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I Cannot Self-Terminate: To become free of the fal'Cie's strings, Cid Raines asked to be shot by his right hand man, Rygdea. Orphan's motivation.
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One Stat to Rule Them All
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One Stat to Rule Them All: Your characters only have THREE stats: Hit Points, strength, and magic power. Low strength and magic can be made up for with special abilities, staggering, and customizing weapons and equipment, but low HP means everything can kill you in two hits because you take full damage from every attack in the game. This essentially means that until near the end of the game, you'll want to keep a few HP boosters on your characters, or something that makes them take X% less HP damage per attack. The developers also locked the best HP boosts at the end of the Crystarium so they weren't available until the very end of the game.
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Injured Vulnerability
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Injured Vulnerability: Lightning's Eidolon Odin has a Limit Break called Zantetsuken. It instantly kills any enemies with HP below a certain threshold. Nothing is immune to it; not even the Final Boss or enemies with Instant death immunity.
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Ink-Suit Actor
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Ink-Suit Actor: Not invoked for the English dub, as the actors were chosen well after character design was done, but a few coincidences. Georgia Von Cuylenburg is short, cute, cheerful, and skinny. Ali Hillis is slim and classically beautiful. Troy Baker is a tall blonde guy with plenty of enthusiasm.
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra / Trailers Always Lie: Jihl Nabaat was given a lot of focus in the trailers and amassed a following prior to the game's release. Unfortunately, she is killed off rather unceremoniously by the Big Bad about halfway through the game without making much of an impact.
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Summon Magic
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The l'Cie's Eidolon's count too. In-game, their combat effectiveness varies, depending on how much your party has progressed (becoming impractical at the highest areas). In cutscenes though, they do some pretty amazing things.
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Break Meter
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Break Meter: Attacking enemies increases the Stagger gauge and damage multiplier. When it gets high enough, the enemy is Staggered, which makes the gauge rise faster, and allows enemies to be launched for massive damage.
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Transformation Is a Free Action
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Transformation Is a Free Action: Subverted. When you paradigm shift, the combat doesn't pause, leaving you open for attacks. Especially aggravating the first time in each battle, when the party members do the animation one at a time. Fortunately, they will shift simultaneously for the rest of the battle. On the other hand, savvy players who need to conduct a Paradigm Shift can use launch periods to circumvent this flaw. Enemies will attack whether you're shifting or not; why not shift when they're done attacking?
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Aerith and Bob
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Aerith and Bob: Perfectly normal names like Serah and Claire Farron come from the same town as Snow, Gadot, and Maqui. In fairness, it's a pretty big town, but still.
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Call a Hit Point a
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Call a Hit Point a "Smeerp": Experience Points are renamed "Crystal Points" (JP) or "Crystogen Points" (NA), but otherwise function identically to similar systems in God of War and Devil May Cry — specifically, you trade in EXP for direct rewards.
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Land Downunder
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Land Down Under: Gran Pulse. It's a world of unending wilderness, and powerful beasts and dangerous creatures roam around it. It lies underneath Cocoon, analogous to Australia's geographic location being southwards, literally being the "Land down under" from the above world of Cocoon. Throughout the storyline, Gran Pulse is also depicted as being an inhospitable Death World full of danger and horrible monsters. Fang and Vanille also have Australian accents. As they are both the last remaining survivors of Gran Pulse, it can be assumed the people who once lived there also had similar accents. Notably, the ruins of Gran Pulse's cities depict modern technology and buildings, with concrete, steel, and oil rigs.
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Sweet Sheep
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Sweet Sheep: There's the sheep of both Cocoon's Nautlius and Gran Pulse. The sheep of Cocoon in particular are decidedly cute, causing Vanille to comment "Look at these things! I just wanna squeeze 'em till they pop!"
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Boss Bonanza
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Boss Bonanza: The game ends with Orphan's Cradle. Travel to successive areas of the Cradle requires teleportation, which drops you in a room with a powerful monster and no explanation before taking you to your destination. You end up fighting three bosses because of these teleports (including a Dual Boss), in addition to the Final Boss.
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In a Single Bound
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In a Single Bound: Some of the jumps you make whilst moving around maps are awesome. There are valleys and chasms and the railings of an airship.
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Putting on the Reich
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In the Japanese version of the game, many of PSICOM's gunships and war machines have German and Chinese names.
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An Adventurer Is You
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An Adventurer Is You: Although each of the characters is The Jack thanks to having up to 6 roles they can shift between, each role fits neatly into an archetypal class role. Sentinel (AKA Defender) - The Damage Sponge Medic - The Healer Ravager (AKA Blaster) - The Magic User and Nuker (increases Break Meter on enemies) Commando (AKA Attacker) - The DPSer Saboteur (AKA Jammer) - The Debuffer, with a hint of Mezzer thanks to skills like Pain Synergist (AKA Enhancer) - The Buffer
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Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Most of the party's interactions with enemy fal'Cie are to tell them, in no uncertain terms, to go to hell before the party sends them there.
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Götterdämmerung
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Götterdämmerung: The intended outcome of Barthandelus's Evil Plan. It works — just not in the way he intended it to. Eden, Barthandelus, and (possibly) all the other Cocoon fal'Cie die right along with Orphan, but humanity survives Cocoon's (literal) fall.
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Fingerless Gloves
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Fingerless Gloves: Lightning and Sazh.
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Mind Screw
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Mind Screw: The last dungeon. If you have any idea where you are, if you're making progress, or what your objective is besides hitting the next checkpoint, you're lying to yourself.
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Respawn on the Spot: The game auto saves before every battle. If you die, you are offered the choice of Retry or Quit. Retry respawns you just before the battle, allowing you to either try again or walk away.
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True Companions
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True Companions: If you doubt that the group will become this by the end, you are sorely Genre Blind.
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Gun Fu
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Gun Fu: Used by Lightning in some of her fight animations.
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Outside-the-Box Tactic: Most bosses are immune to Death... except the final boss, when it's staggered.
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Mooks
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Or if you're a really lousy l'Cie, you become a Cie'th, read: Random Battle Fodder.
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Satan
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One regarding the final boss: The 'female' half of Orphan's first form? That's Lindzei. You probably won't know this unless you read up on Word of God.
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One-Woman Wail
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One-Woman Wail: Some of the background music, such as that of Oerba, Fang and Vanille's Doomed Hometown.
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Ghost Planet: The only things living on Gran Pulse are monsters; no humans, only the skeletal remains of cities and landmarks.
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Sole Entertainment Option
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Sole Entertainment Option: Nautilus, a huge entertainment city on Cocoon that is full of little spherical transports, the Pompa Sancta parade, lots of lights (of course), an amusement park, and a chocobo and sheep petting zoo, among other things. There's also a Grand Prix track near the end of the game. Sadly, you don't get to participate.
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Insane Troll Logic: Barthandelus's Evil Plan is basically to summon God by destroying the world. Okay, we get that the fal'Cie are all big time Death Seekers, but do they have any idea how pissed off the Maker is likely to be when He finds out they've blown up his world because of their own selfishness? Subverted. The logic is not insane since Lindzei's plan was exactly to build Cocoon and provoke a massive genocide later to open the Gate Of Etro. So, the Cocoon fal'Cie are just fulfilling their Focus.
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Idle Animation
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Idle Animation: Lightning and Fang put their hands on their hips. Hope sways back and forth a little, and sometimes taps his fingers together nervously. Snow pounds one fist into his palm, Sazh scratches his head, and Vanille crouches down to rest.
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Mêlée à Trois
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Mêlée à Trois: This game allows you to join in three-way battles. Depending on whether you're spotted doing so or not, both sets of enemies may join forces to wipe you out, or not notice you're even there and continue to fight each other while you annihilate all parties. Regardless, you need to be the victor. And then there's the awesome three-way fight you can perform on the Archylte Steppe with a Behemoth King and a Megistotheran. Both of them are extremely powerful, and even Hope comments that it's awesome to watch them duke it out, on top of this being a very good grinding spot.
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Heroic Willpower
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Heroic Willpower: The game beats you over the head with the concept of free will being the key to ending the fal'Cie's power and saving the world. Certain humans, when manifesting extreme amounts of independence, can even become something that is stronger than an ordinary human, but not quite a l'Cie or a crystal being either, such as Cid Raines.
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Difficulty Spike: Chapters 12 and 13 can be rather hard if you didn't grind a lot in chapter 11, as almost all the enemies are suddenly much harder than what you're used to. There's also one mid-chapter once you get halfway through the final dungeon, where the bosses you fought minutes ago start showing up as regular enemies.
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Three-Stat System
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Three-Stat System: The game uses the Strength/Magic/Health variation.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: One of the frightened Purge victims can be heard reciting part of the Litany Against Fear. The Eidolons are giant mechanical humanoids who can convert into the forms of vehicles or robotic animals in their Gestalt Modes. Sound familiar? Chapter 13 has you facing off against the Jabberwocky and the Bandersnatch as a duo of mini-bosses. There's also a reference to a meme from the first SaGa game. Vanille's "Death" ability is a one-hit KO on Orphan's final form, much like the instant-kill SAW weapon. This is actually confirmed to be an Homage.
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Five Stages of Grief
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Five Stages of Grief: Thematically, the party members save for Fang wrestle with one each in the first half of the game, either over the loss of their loved ones or their fate as l'Cie. Lightning and Hope get Anger, just wanting to focus on fighting something to keep themselves going. Snow gets Bargaining, believing that if he tries hard enough there must be some way to put things rightnote Though in a way he's also in Denial, as this belief is due to the fact he doesn't want to admit that there may not a way. Vanille is in Denial, acting cheerful and happy to repress her guilt and despair about the truth. Sazh shoots right up to Acceptance, resigning himself to execution. Then they all get a turn with Despair sooner or later.
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Unspoken Plan Guarantee: Fang and Vanille becoming Ragnarok and manifesting a crystal pillar to stop Cocoon from crashing into Gran Pulse originally came across like a Deus ex Machina; Final Fantasy XIII-2 and Lightning Returns belatedly revealed that the original intention was for all six of the party's l'Cie to stop Cocoon's plummet together, unmentioned to the player during the game.
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Cannon Fodder
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Cannon Fodder: It isn't until the party returns from Pulse that the standard PSICOM - and later the Guardian Corps - enemies in general stop being anything more than annoyances, regularly slaughtered with little effort, especially once the player becomes competent at the battle system. This is particularly noticeable with PSICOM, because they are repeatedly stated to be Cocoon's "elite" forces specifically designed to counter anything Pulsian, yet are barely a problem for the party. note On the other hand, considering the power discrepancy between Cocoon-made bioweapons/technology and Pulsian life-forms, it's fairly justified.
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Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!
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Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: Eidolons will come to snap their masters back into sense when they fall into desperation and doubt; give them helping hands if they can get back on their toes and kill them if they fail.
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Elemental Tiers: While Aero has the same power as other basic spells, Aerora and Aeroga are stronger than other -ra and -ga spells. Aerora is as strong as -ga spells of other elements, and Aeroga is even stronger. However, they also cost more ATB meter, making them slower to cast. Most characters can't even cast Aeroga until 3/4th of the game.
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Magic Skirt
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Magic Skirt: This game plays with this trope quite a bit, at least in regard to cutscenes. Lightning does all manner of acrobatic things, and the camera doesn't care. This is because she wears black modesty shorts. Serah's miniskirt always protects her modesty, regardless of what she does. Interestingly, in FFXIII-2, we learn that Serah also wears black Modesty Shorts. Fang and Vanille, during many events where they should give people a view, have their skirts still cover themselves. However, they are many quick blink-and-you'll-miss-it examples that don't follow this trope.
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Taking You with Me
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Yaag Rosch, after you defeat his Proudclad for a second time, blows himself and two Humbabas up with a grenade so the party can enter Edenhall without being compromised.
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?
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Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Several times, in fact. Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: This is exactly what Barthandelus and Orphan want to happen — by killing Orphan, Cocoon will lose power and crash into Gran Pulse, and if the party doesn't want to kill him, they will find other methods and pawns to do the deed. Ultimately, this is precisely what happens in the ending, Orphan is killed and its death causes Cocoon to fall, though the party still saves the day.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: Well, compared to Final Fantasy XIII-2, Final Fantasy XV, and Final Fantasy Type-0.
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Screw Destiny: The party, naturally, which in turned inspired Cid Raines as well, but that wasn't a good thing for the party. Or Raines. Indeed, it's practically the theme of the game's story. Our heroes are told over and over again that as l'Cie, it's their destiny to fulfill their focus or suffer a Fate Worse than Death. In the end, however, they all decide they're going to make their own fate.
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Take Your Time: Although the plot largely tries to avert this — the entire story takes place in the time frame of about two weeks (one month if you include the Thirteen Days), and makes an explicit point that ignoring their Focus runs risk of the party turning Cie'th — once you get to Gran Pulse, you can spend as much time as you want killing King Mooks and riding chocobos around.
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Anti-Villain: Yaag Rosch is sympathetic to the fate of the Pulse l'Cie, but feels that protecting Cocoon is more important.
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Badass Longcoat: Sazh is a pretty standard play. Snow takes this to the next level — his coat is the source of his weapon, via the use of special embroidered patches.
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Amusement Park: There is one inside Nautilus. It also holds a farm where series-favorite Chocobos and adorable smiling lambs live.
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Taken for Granite: L'Cie who fulfill their focus skip the zombie part and go straight to being a paperweight.
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The Gods Must Be Lazy / Have You Seen My God?: The Maker leaving Pulse is the ultimate reason for everything that happens in the game.
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Developers' Foresight Move your character side to side real quickly, see what happens. You know that fancy gizmo Lightning carries around to help her survive ridiculously long falls? She also doesn't take damage when falling in battle. If you knock down an oretoise and your character is standing under it, they'll take damage from the falling body of the massive creature. The first time you control Vanille, angling the camera just so will allow you to view part of her brand, revealing that she's already a L'cie before the battle with Anima. Late in the game, you'll come across a choice of two treasure spheres on Cocoon, where picking one will then immediately trigger a small cutscene where an Adamantoise falls through the glass floor both were on (rending the one you didn't pick inaccessible). However, if you managed to defeat the nearby Adamantoise on the map - either legitimately, or via use of Vanille's Death Full-ATB skill - this cutscene won't play and you can access both treasure spheres with no issue.
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His Blitz's unique mechanics (he sprays bullets forward instead of doing a Spin Attack like everyone else) make it pretty powerful against larger enemies. Each bullet does half to three-quarters what it would in a normal attack, but he fires each gun a half-dozen times at least; if you're facing an enemy large enough to get hit by most or all of them, or if a moderately sized enemy is right in his face, it'll do considerably more damage than just having him Attack.
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What the Hell, Hero?: While Hope and Lightning are in the underground of Palumpolum, they find the fal'Cie Carbuncle, the source of nourishment for the city they are in. The latter actually considers destroying the fal'Cie and starving all the citizens of the city, including military personnel "and" civilians. This even prompts Hope to ask her "I think people hate us enough already, don't you?"
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We Cannot Go On Without You
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We Cannot Go On Without You: When the party leader dies, the game ends, regardless of the state of your other party members. Sticks out since AI medics can revive non-lead characters without any input from the player.
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Shapeshifter Guilt Trip: Dysley tries pulling one of these on Snow and Lightning by taking Serah's form, even using Lightning's real name (Claire) on her. He gives up after about a minute and puts his trollface back on because he knows he's got the party wrapped so tightly around his finger they're going to do what he wants anyway, so why waste the energy screwing with them?
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Tech Points: Two Types: Crystal Points (CP), which are similar to Final Fantasy X's AP, and are given out at the end of combat. CP are how you move along the crystarium level up system. Technique Points (TP), which are a form of Mana, are rewarded at the end of combat if you finish combat quickly, or during combat if you wait until your action bar is full — essentially, wait to do a full Beam Spam type attack.
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Interservice Rivalry: PSICOM has one going on with not only the Guardian Corps, but the Cavalry AND the Sanctum Homeguard too (which are both under the Guardian Corps). Given who their leader is (Jihl Nabaat), it's no wonder they're a bunch of dicks.
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After-Combat Recovery: Your party is restored to full health after every battle — which is good, because some of the bosses and enemies are seriously hard.
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Terminally Dependent Society: Cocoon is dependent on the Fal'Cie for just about everything. In fact, this was part of the fal'Cie's centuries-long plan, so later when conflict arose, the resulting bloodshed/panic would be an even greater contrast. All to rouse the Maker.
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Bait-and-Switch Boss: At the end of Chapter 9, Jihl Nabaat steps forward to face the party in battle... only to be unceremoniously killed off by Big Bad Galenth Dysley/Barthandelus. This also happens to Yaag Rosch a few chapters earlier in Palumpolum — after giving an impassioned Reasons You Suck Speech to Snow, it looks like you're about two seconds away from fighting him when he goes down in a hail of gunfire and you have to fight a flying tank instead. Later, one of the Cie'th Stone Missions has you facing off against one of the fearsome Undying Cie'ths... only for it to get shanked from behind by a Tonberry, which is your true opponent. Fortunately, the sequel has a proper battle against it. The last enemy you face during Titan's trials is one of the Undying, which kills the behemoth Titan had intended for you to fight.
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Fake Ultimate Mook: Every other mook in each chapter alternates between this or being a Demonic Spider.
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Sixth Ranger (Fang)
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Ship Tease: An example that's almost invoked, in-universe. In an optional cutscene in the Yaschas Massif, Hope and Vanille have a fairly long conversation, ending with her thanking him for his words. Hope then says she should keep smiling, as it makes him happy when she does - Vanille's terribly flustered in response to this surprise, not knowing what to do... until Hope starts chuckling. He never answers her question of whether it's a joke or not, merely that they're 'even', but it's implied to have been one.
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Chekhov's Gunman: Subverted: Snow's NORA buddies turn up during the siege of Eden at the very end of the game after a near 20-hour absence and... open a locked door. They promptly disappear again and aren't seen again until the sequel, where they're just as useless. Of course, their presence isn't so much to lend them a hand physically as it is emotionally. Rygdea, on the other hand, plays it straight when he reappears for the first time in nearly 10 hours and puts a bullet in Cid's head—upon his request, mind you.
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Multi-Platform: The news of this being the first game in the series to do this (and the first for the Xbox 360) was a big announcement. Although the advent of a PlayStation 3 price drop has cooled off some of the initial fire from earlier on.
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Fang careens right over the Despair Event Horizon during the final cutscene, only for an equally epic 'You Are Not Alone' moment from her friends.
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Immune to Fate: White l'Cie brands manifest from extreme displays of free will, and with them, they can take as long as they want to complete their Focus. Fang has hers because she held back from vaporising Cocoon like the Pulse fal'Cie wanted (although wiping a third of the planet off the map satisfied her fulfillment for "destroying" Cocoon). The rest of the party gets theirs from breaking Bart's illusion and their belief in wanting to save the planet in the face of all else that was occurring at the time.
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Artificial Brilliance: On the other hand, the AI will automatically adjust to the needs of the current battle: Synergists will buff you with the right elemental protection to suit an enemy's elemental attacks and also with elemental charges to your attacks to hit the enemy's weaknesses, and they don't waste time using such spells if they wouldn't help. Ravagers will never use something an enemy is strong against or absorbs, and will even follow your lead on whether to use single-target or area of effect attacks; if the enemy's strengths and weaknesses are unknown, they'll experiment with different attacks to formulate a strategy from there, because the game is liable to take note on its own the enemy's elemental properties. Medics will adjust healing based on how bad everyone's hurt/what statuses there are, etc., with first priority thankfully going to the party leader unless someone else is about to die. The battle system gives you very little direct control, but the party's smart enough to do its part without you needing to micromanage it like in Final Fantasy XII. Oh, and Synergists always make casting Haste on everyone, starting with themselves and other Synergists, their first priority. This also applies to enemies, too. PSICOM may be a bunch of Badass Normal types with no real supernatural abilities, but they compensate with teamwork. They buff each other, remove your buffs, debuff you, and focus fire. It's far more notable that they cooperate with each other moreso than other enemies.
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Humans Are Special: According to the fal'Cie Orphan, this is why the fal'Cie use l'Cie. fal'Cie are created for a single purpose and can never rise beyond that purpose or act outside it. Humans, on the other hand, have limitless potential for growth and adaptability, so the fal'Cie seek to borrow that power to do what they cannot.
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From Nobody to Nightmare: The player characters, as seen by the authorities on Cocoon: a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits who have been corrupted by agents of Pulse and slaughter their way through everyone and everything sent to stop them.
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Free Rotating Camera
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Cover Drop: The logo spoils the ending, depending on your interpretation of it, though, and if you don't know what it represents it won't actually spoil anything anyway.
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Last Of Their Kind: Fang and Vanille are the last remaining Pulsians.
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Dub Name Change: Lightning's real name was changed from Éclair, which is French for lightning to Claire, which is French for light. Vanilla to Vanille.
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Authority Equals Asskicking: Chapter 10 spoiler: Cid Raines and Galenth Dysley/Barthandelus. You'd think this would apply to PSICOM, but Lightning explicitly notes (after easily dispatching a whole squadron in the first chapter) that PSICOM's only real advantage is their superior equipment, and that the majority of PSICOM is made up of inexperienced recruits. As the game progresses, though, you fight more experienced troops until you're eventually fighting the Home Guard: the last line of defense who — because they're hardly ever needed — spend all their time doing combat drills and training. That said, the Homeguard isn't there long, since PSICOM replaces them again. Even though the Homeguard has been supposedly prepared for a Pulsian invasion of Eden for centuries.
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Indy Ploy: As Snow says, "Heroes don't need plans!" The rest of the party really take this to heart in the last few chapters.
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Hollywood Spelling: A pointed aversion, when Hope mentioned "Operation Nora", Lightning says "Nora?", but it's rendered in the subtitles as "NORA", the name of Snow's group. Hope then tells her that Nora was his mother's name, and the true meaning of the operation becomes clear to her.
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No Sidepaths, No Exploration, No Freedom: Entirely true until very late in the game, when the sandbox opens up a little for sidequests. There is no backtracking except to one specific area, and there are no towns to visit. This is a big change from earlier installments, even purely linear games like Final Fantasy X. The last chapter of the game is this (though with warps to the free areas) and is reminiscent of Final Destination from Super Smash Bros.. The linearity was explained to be influenced from first person shooters. Make that of what you will.
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For main game bosses, it's Barthandelus. The first two fights with him can easily take up to 20 minutes because of his ridiculously high HP. He actually goes down fast in his final incarnation, but that's only the beginning.
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No Endor Holocaust: The act of Cocoon dropping had to have killed a hell of a lot of people, especially everyone on Eden. But no deadly aftermath is ever shown, so it can be assumed everyone on the planet had parachutes or teleporters. Averted as of the sequel. While no explicit numbers are mentioned, it is stated that people died. But either way, the survivors are dead now, due to the time crash occurring 500 years after the ending of XIII.
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Gameplay and Story Integration: Doubles as Foreshadowing — everyone begins with two ATB bars and gets their third when they receive their l'Cie brand. Except Vanille already has her brand and thus she begins with her third bar already. Angling the camera right during the first time you use her let's you see the corner of said brand long before you have any idea what it is.
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Time-Limit Boss: All the Eidolons, as well as the final boss, cast Doom on the party leader at the start of the fight. In addition, many of the normal bosses will eventually cast Doom if you take too long fighting them. Although they are in reality tests to see how savvy you are about the gameplay systems. An interesting note is that the Doom Timers are relatively short, (around 3 minutes max) yet the target time for Eidolon fights ranges anywhere from 20 minutes to half an hour. Orphan's final form. Unfortunately, all fal'Cie appear to be this in a way. If you do not finish them within the alloted time, they will cast Doom on you.
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Combination Attack: Part of the gameplay's entire basis is coordinating attacks, since combos boost attack strength tremendously, and enemies after Chapter 5 or so start packing millions of hit points.
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Battleship Raid: While you do not fight the entire structure, Anima was actually the entire Pulse Vestige. This is most apparent in one of the flashbacks when the face of the Vestige roars. The boss that the game and Datalog call "Anima" was actually just its core. Also, the entirety of Chapter 9, which fits the trope more closely, but no boss that can be fought is actually involved with the ship itself.
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Powered by a Forsaken Child: The name Orphan seems to be a deliberate subverted reference to this trope.
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Despair Speech: Most of the l'Cie just before their Eidolon battles, notably Hope at the beginning of Chapter 11.
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Useless Item: The debuff protection accessories the game throws at you are mostly useless; there are only a few fights where it's worth spending a valuable accessory slot to prevent a status ailment instead of simply curing it after it connects. One of these fights happens to be the final boss, who is one of the few enemies in the game that can cast Death.
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Pinball Protagonist: The party spends more than half the game simply trying to survive in a world where virtually everyone is trying to kill them for reasons beyond their control.
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Evil Old Folks: Dysley is considerably older than most other main antagonists in the series. Of course, considering that he is the leader of the fal'Cie, he is likely even older than he appears.
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Vercingetorix, who has 15.8 million HP (although it's worth noting that the default damage cap in this game is 99,999, not 9,999, and the fight will probably take no more than 15-20 minutes).
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Hope, whose last name "Estheim" means "at home", combines both Latin and German respectively. His full name and his character development frequently lampshade the underlying meaning.
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Anti-Grinding: The Crystarium levels are blocked off from you until you finish certain chapters (and beat the game). This was likely done to encourage players to beat bosses and King Mooks with their brains rather than minmaxing, but most people just end up spending hours spamming Death on Adamantoises to max out their CP totals anyway. It also doesn't stop people grinding anyway, and just saving up CP so that when the next tier unlocks they can make instant good progress with it. It also doesn't stop anyone from grinding weapon and equipment upgrades, which can in some cases be more important than a few more Crystarium levels. The most CP you can store at one time is 999,999.
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Redemption Equals Death: For Yaag Rosch, though his sacrifice merely takes out a couple of monsters the party were capable of taking on. It was either that, or let them tear his wounded body to shreds... least the thought counted.
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The Worsening Curse Mark: an l'Cie's brand evolves as time runs out on their Focus, when it reaches the thirteenth stage, the l'Cie becomes a Cie'th. Emotional distress can cause it to advance more quickly. Which naturally does not help the situation.
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Innocent Innuendo: Very nearly — the packaging for the 360 version winds up having the ESRB rating box in-between Lightning's thighs. If only the game had gotten an M rating...
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Creepy Child: Orphan, a several-thousand-year-old fal'Cie with abandonment issue and a death wish.
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Humans Need Aliens
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Humans Need Aliens: Barthandelus invokes this, telling the party that humans are foolish, cowardly and easily deceived, and "without [our] help, death is all of which you're capable". Delving into the backstory reveals that it is largely due to fal'Cie influence that humans have thrived.
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On a more minor note, Blinded By Light can be heared in Lightning's theme, and it gets a Dark Reprise later.
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Railroading: A good majority of the game is spent on a single path, with only small detour paths that don't stray very far. This is because the I'Cie are fugitives, fleeing/hiding from authorities + military in general, and must keep moving even before a direction is picked; they can't afford to stop or explore for too long. Whether this reason is good enough to warrant the trope is up to the player.
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Barrier Change Boss: Aster Protoflorian and Dahaka. The also use attacks of different elements to match whichever element(s) they now resist.
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Downer Beginning: We begin with a whole city's worth of 'undesireables' being put onto trains by the military and taken to an unspecified location on Pulse (read: Hell). Our protagonist later outright states that it was a mass execution from conception. And it still manages to get much worse before it gets any better.
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Running Gag: Snow trying to punch Barthandelus and getting sent flying away. This happens three times over the course of the game.
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Team Mom: Sazh is a male example.
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Leap of Faith: Many. Sazh and Vanille do not like these. The Manasvin Warmech, technically the first thing you fight in the entire game, fights like a lame duck the first time. Later subverted when he shows up the second time.
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One-Winged Angel: Cid Raines' l'Cie form. He gains actual wings when he loses half of his HP. While Barthandelus is always a giant monster, the last fight throws on some angel wings to go with his built-in angelic choir.
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Ridiculously Cute Critter: Sazh's chocobo chick and the sheep.
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Theme Naming / Stellar Name: Sazh's weapons are all named after individual stars or star systems, except for his last weapon, although it is named after a celestial event. Hope's weapons count as well; they're all named after some kind of winged mythological beast or deity. (Or is capable of flight in general)
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Cutscene Power to the Max: Even random NPCs get this sometimes, with ordinary RPGs and grenades being used to take down massive combat mechs that should be able to shrug off a missile strike. The l'Cie's Eidolon's count too. In-game, their combat effectiveness varies, depending on how much your party has progressed (becoming impractical at the highest areas). In cutscenes though, they do some pretty amazing things.
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Literal Genie: The party saves the world on a technicality: Anima, Bart, and Orphan simply tell the l'Cie to "destroy Cocoon." They never made mention of what they should do after they accomplish this... Didn't Think This Through: Anima's plot may still be partly uncertain, but Barthandelus and Orphan planned on summoning the Maker with the apocalyptic fall of Cocoon. Ragnarok's suspending Cocoon via a massive crystal pillar could be seen as a hundred middle fingers aimed at the two of them, courtesy of Vanille and Fang.
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Innocently Insensitive: From the beginning to Chapter 8, the game gets a huge amount of play from having one character go on at length about their current partner's worst emotional sore spot, like Sazh telling Lightning that they'd better Mercy Kill any l'Cie they find (while she's searching for her l'Cie sister), Gadot continuing the "we're heroes" schpiel to Snow (after he's been disillusioned on it by Nora's death), and any time the subject of Pulse comes up around Vanille.
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Between the two final bosses, there's a section of Cut Scene where the they combine together ( Orphan and Barthandelus... Orphandelus?).
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Everything Trying to Kill You: Once you get to Pulse, like you knew you were going to eventually, you can come across the somewhat large turtles known as Adamantoise. If you engage it in battle, it will step on you. Lampshaded in a skit done by Snow and Lightning's voice actors.
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Death Seeker: Every single one of the Cocoon fal'Cie. Vanille as well, although it's less evident.
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hasFeature
A Taste of Power / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
A Wizard Did It / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Accent Adaptation / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Accent Relapse / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Achey Scars / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Action Film, Quiet Drama Scene / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Action Mom / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Action Prologue / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Actually Four Mooks / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Adjusting Your Glasses / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Adorably Precocious Child / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Adrenaline Time / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Advertising-Only Continuity / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Afro Asskicker / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
After-Combat Recovery / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Airborne Aircraft Carrier / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
All in a Row / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
All Part of the Show / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Aloof Big Brother / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Always a Bigger Fish / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Always Save the Girl / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Amazing Technicolor World / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ambiguous Robots / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ambiguously Bi / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
American Kirby Is Hardcore / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
And Now for Someone Completely Different / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
And Then What? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Angels Pose / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Another Man's Terror / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Anthropomorphic Zig-Zag / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Anti-Grinding / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Apocalypse Maiden / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Arcology / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Artificial Brilliance / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ascetic Aesthetic / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Assist Character / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Attack Animal / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Auto-Save / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Awesome Aussie / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Biker / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Cape / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Long Robe / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Longcoat / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badass Teacher / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Badasses Wear Bandanas / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Baddie Flattery / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bag of Sharing / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bait-and-Switch Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bait-and-Switch Gunshot / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bandage Babe / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Barely Changed Dub Name / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Barrier Change Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Battle Boomerang / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Battlecry / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Battleship Raid / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beam Spam / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beast with a Human Face / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beef Gate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beehive Barrier / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Behemoth Battle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beige Prose / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Beware My Stinger Tail / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bifurcated Weapon / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bifurcated Weapon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Big Bad Duumvirate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Big Badass Battle Sequence / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Big Brother Is Employing You / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Big Fun / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bioweapon Beast / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bishōnen / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Blade Brake / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Blade Spam / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Blatant Item Placement / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bleak Level / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Blonde, Brunette, Redhead / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bloodless Carnage / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bonus Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bootstrapped Theme / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Banter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Bonanza / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Corridor / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Boss Remix / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bragging Rights Reward / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Break Meter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Breather Episode / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Breather Level / int_eb6802b4
 BrewdeningLoveExpandedUniverse
seeAlso
Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bring It / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Broken Tears / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Bruiser with a Soft Center / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cactus Person / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Camera Centering / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cannot Spit It Out / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Can't Drop the Hero / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cap / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Captain Morgan Pose / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Captain Smooth and Sergeant Rough / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Car Fu / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Career Revealing Trait / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Casual Danger Dialog / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cataclysm Backstory / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Catch a Falling Star / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Challenge Gamer / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Changing of the Guard / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Chaotic Neutral / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Character Celebrity Endorsement / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Child Mage / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Chronic Hero Syndrome / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Church Militant / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cleavage Window / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Climax Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Clipped-Wing Angel / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Code Emergency / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cognizant Limbs / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Colony Drop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Combat and Support / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Combat Parkour / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Combat Pragmatist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Combat Sadomasochist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Combo Rifle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Conspicuously Selective Perception / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Contagious Powers / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Contractual Boss Immunity / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Conveniently an Orphan / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cool Bike / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cool Car / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Coolest Club Ever / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cosmic Keystone / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Costume Evolution / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cover Drop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Creator's Favorite / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Critical Research Failure / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Crossover Ship / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cry into Chest / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Crystal Landscape / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Crystal Prison / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cutscene Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Cyber Punk Is Techno / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Damage-Increasing Debuff / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Damage-Sponge Boss / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dance Battler / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dare to Be Badass / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
David vs. Goliath / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dawn of an Era / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dead-Hand Shot / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Deadly Euphemism / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Death Is a Slap on the Wrist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Deconstructor Fleet / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Defend Command / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Degraded Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Despair Speech / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Deuteragonist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dialog During Gameplay / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Die or Fly / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Difficulty Spike / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Direct Continuous Levels / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Disc-One Final Dungeon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Discard and Draw / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Divide and Conquer / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Divided We Fall / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Doomed Hometown / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Door to Before / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Downer Beginning / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dragon Knight / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dragon Rider / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Draw Aggro / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dual Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Duel Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dungeon Town / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dutch Angle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Dyson Sphere / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Earthquake Machine / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Effortless Amazonian Lift / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Eight Deadly Words / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Electric Torture / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Elemental Tiers / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Empowered Badass Normal / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Encyclopedia Exposita / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Endgame+ / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Enemy Scan / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ensemble Cast / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Enthralling Siren / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Et Tu, Brute? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Everything Is Online / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Evil Is Sexy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Evil Old Folks / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Evil Tower of Ominousness / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Exact Time to Failure / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Experience Booster / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Faceless Goons / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Failure-to-Save Murder / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Faking Amnesia / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Familiar / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fan Hater / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fanservice Pack / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fantastic Naming Convention / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Feminine Women Can Cook / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Femme Fatalons / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fight Woosh / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fighting with Chucks / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Final Boss, New Dimension / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII
seeAlso
Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Final Solution / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Fire, Ice, Lightning / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Firing in the Air a Lot / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Five-Man Band / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Five Stages of Grief / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flashback Stares / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flavor Text / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Floating Continent / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Flying Weapon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
For Doom the Bell Tolls / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Forced into Evil / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Forced to Watch / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Forced Tutorial / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Forgiveness / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Funny Afro / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Futile Hand Reach / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gag Dub / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gameplay Automation / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gang Up on the Human / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gas Mask Mooks / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gem Tissue / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gender-Equal Ensemble / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gender Flip / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Genki Girl / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gentle Giant / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Get Out! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ghost City / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ghost Planet / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ghost Town / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Giant Space Flea from Nowhere / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gigantic Adults, Tiny Babies / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Girl-Show Ghetto / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Girlish Pigtails / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Girly Run / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
God in Human Form / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
God Is Evil / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
God Is Inept / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
God of Good / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
God of Order / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
God's Hands Are Tied / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Going Through the Motions / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gold and White Are Divine / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Good-Guy Bar / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Good Old Fisticuffs / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Good Parents / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Götterdämmerung / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Government Conspiracy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gratuitous French / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gratuitous German / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Latin / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Great Offscreen War / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Grew a Spine / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guest Fighter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guest-Star Party Member / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Gun Fu / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guns Akimbo / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guns Are Worthless / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guns vs. Swords / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Guys Smash, Girls Shoot / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
HP to 1 / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hair Color Dissonance / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hair-Contrast Duo / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hammerspace Hair / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Harmful to Minors / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Head Pet / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Headbutting Heroes / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Healer Signs On Early / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Healing Hands / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hellish Horse / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hermaphrodite / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hero Antagonist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hero with a Unique Name / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heroes Fight Barehanded / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heroes Prefer Swords / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Heroic Safe Mode / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
He's Back / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hide Your Lesbians / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hit Stop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hold Your Hippogriffs / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hollow World / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Home Guard / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Home of Monsters / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Homoerotic Subtext / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hope Bringer / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hope Is Scary / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hot Teacher / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hub City / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Huge Guy, Tiny Girl / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Human Pet / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Human Sacrifice / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humanity Is Superior / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humans Are White / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humans Need Aliens / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Humongous Mecha / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
100% Completion / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Hungry Jungle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Cannot Self-Terminate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Don't Like the Sound of That Place / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Don't Pay You to Think / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Just Want to Be Special / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Let Gwen Stacy Die / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Need You Stronger / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I Work Alone / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Ship Naming / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Idle Animation / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ignored Epiphany / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
I'm Having Soul Pains / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Immune to Fate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Improbable Accessory Effect / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Improbable Power Discrepancy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
In Love with Your Carnage / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
In Medias Res / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Incest Yay Shipping / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inconsistent Coloring / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Indy Ploy / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Inexplicable Treasure Chests / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Infinity +1 Sword / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Info Drop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Injured Vulnerability / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ink-Suit Actor / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Innocently Insensitive / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Instant Home Delivery / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Instant Runes / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Interface Spoiler / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Intertwined Fingers / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Intimate Marks / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
It Began with a Twist of Fate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
It Sucks to Be the Chosen One / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's All Upstairs from Here / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's Raining Men / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
It's the Only Way to Be Sure / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jack-of-All-Stats / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jerkass Gods / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Jurisdiction Friction / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just Between You and Me / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Just the Introduction to the Opposites / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kill Me Now, or Forever Stay Your Hand / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Knight in Sour Armor / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Kung-Fu Wizard / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lame Pun Reaction / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Land Downunder / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Last Chance Hit Point / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Last Villain Stand / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lawful Good / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lawman Baton / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Leaked Experience / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Legacy Boss Battle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Let's Split Up, Gang! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Like Brother and Sister / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Polyhedron / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Living Ship / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Hero / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Loads and Loads of Loading / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Look on My Works, Ye Mighty, and Despair! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lord Error-Prone / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lost in Medias Res / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Low-Level Run / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Luck-Based Mission / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Lying to Protect Your Feelings / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
MacGuffin Super Person / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Macross Missile Massacre / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic from Technology / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic Knight / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic Missile Storm / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magic Skirt / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magical Security Cam / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magikarp Power / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Magitek / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Manual Leader, A.I. Party / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mark of the Beast / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mass / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mass Super-Empowering Event / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Master Swordsman / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Meaningful Rename / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mechanical Horse / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mêlée à Trois / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mercy Mode / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Messianic Archetype / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Metal Detector Puzzle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mid-Season Twist / int_eb6802b4
 Mie Sonozaki
seeAlso
Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Minidress of Power / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Minmaxer's Delight / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mirror Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Misplaced Retribution / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mix and Match / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mix-and-Match Weapon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Modesty Shorts / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Momma's Boy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Money Spider / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Monster of the Aesop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mook Maker / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
More Predators Than Prey / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Morph Weapon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Multi-Platform / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
My God, You Are Serious / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Nayme Is / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
My Sister Is Off-Limits! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Mythopoeia / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Neutral Female / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nice Shoes / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Flow in CGI / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Hero Discount / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
No Sidepaths, No Exploration, No Freedom / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
No, You / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nom de Guerre / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nominal Importance / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Non-Elemental / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Non-Lethal K.O. / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nonstandard Skill Learning / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nostalgia Filter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Not a Game / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Nothing Is the Same Anymore / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Now, Where Was I Going Again? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Number of the Beast / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Odd Job Gods / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Oh, and X Dies / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Oh, No... Not Again! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Older Sidekick / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ominous Save Prompt / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
One-Handed Zweihänder / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
One Head Taller / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
One Stat to Rule Them All / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
One True Threesome / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Only the Leads Get a Happy Ending / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Opening the Sandbox / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Opposing Combat Philosophies / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Optional Stealth / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
...Or So I Heard / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Organic Technology / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Orgasmic Combat / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Goblins Are Different / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Our Zombies Are Different / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Out of Focus / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Outside-the-Box Tactic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Overarching Villain / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Overly Long Fighting Animation / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Overprotective Dad / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Padded Sumo Gameplay / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Palmtree Panic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Paper Tiger / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Parental Marriage Veto / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Parting Words Regret / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Party in My Pocket / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Patrick Stewart Speech / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Paused Interrupt / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
People Farms / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Personality Powers / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Petal Power / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pinball Protagonist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pinball Scoring / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Planet of Hats / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Player-Exclusive Mechanic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Please Kill Me If It Satisfies You / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Couple Name / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pose of Supplication / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Posthumous Character / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Posthumous Narration / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Post-Script Season / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Crystal / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Gives You Wings / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Tattoo / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Power Walk / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Practical Taunt / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Pre-Rendered Graphics / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Precision-Guided Boomerang / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Preexisting Encounters / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Press X to Die / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Projectile Spell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Prolonged Prologue / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Public Domain Artifact / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Purpose-Driven Immortality / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Quicksand Box / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rage Against the Heavens / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rage Quit / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ragnarök Proofing / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Random Drop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Random Encounters / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rare Random Drop / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rated M for Manly / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Real Is Brown / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Real Song Theme Tune / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rearing Horse / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recurring Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Recurring Riff / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Red Alert / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Redundant Rescue / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Relationship Writing Fumble / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Released to Elsewhere / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Removable Shell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Renamed the Same / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Required Party Member / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rescue Arc / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Resentful Guardian / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Reused Character Design / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ridiculously Cute Critter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Roaring Rampage of Rescue / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rod-and-Reel Repurposed / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rose-Haired Sweetie / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rotating Protagonist / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rude Hero, Nice Sidekick / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ruins for Ruins' Sake / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ruins of the Modern Age / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Rule 63 / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sad Battle Music / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sadly Mythcharacterized / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Same Language Dub / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Save Point / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Saved from Development Hell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scapegoat Creator / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Science Fantasy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scoring Points / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Scratch Damage / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Screw Destiny / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Second Hour Superpower / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
See You in Hell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Seemingly Hopeless Boss Fight / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Segmented Serpent / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Selective Gravity / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sequel Reset / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Series Continuity Error / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sexy Walk / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
She-Fu / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sheathe Your Sword / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Ship Mates / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Short Hair with Tail / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Short-Range Guy, Long-Range Guy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Shouting Shooter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Showgirl Skirt / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sidequest / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sidetrack Bonus / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Single Task Robot / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sink-or-Swim Mentor / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sixth Ranger / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Skill Scores and Perks / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slave Race / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Gameplay and Story Integration / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Linearity vs. Openness / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Robot Intelligence / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Slow-Paced Beginning / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Small Girl, Big Gun / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Small, Secluded World / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Snowball Lie / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Social Services Does Not Exist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sole Entertainment Option / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Something About a Rose / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Evil / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Threatening Geography / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sour Outside, Sad Inside / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Speak Friend and Enter / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Speedy Techno Remake / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spell Blade / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Spell Levels / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sphere Factor / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Squishy Wizard / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Staff of Authority / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stalked by the Bell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stance System / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Standard Establishing Spaceship Shot / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Standard Status Effects / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Start X to Stop X / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stat Grinding / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Status-Buff Dispel / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stern Teacher / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Still Wearing the Old Colors / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stone Wall / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Stop Poking Me! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Strange Salute / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Subordinate Excuse / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sufficiently Analyzed Magic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Suicidal Cosmic Temper Tantrum / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Summon Magic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Super Empowering / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Supernatural Martial Arts / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Supporting Protagonist / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Surprise Difficulty / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sweet Sheep / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Swiss Army Weapon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Sword and Gun / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tagalong Kid / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tagline / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Take Care of the Kids / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Take Me Instead / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Take That, Audience! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Take Your Time / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Team Dad / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Team Hand-Stack / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Team Pet / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tears from a Stone / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tech Demo Game / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Teens Are Short / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tentacle Rope / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Terminally Dependent Society / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Thanks for the Mammary / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Butcher / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Call Knows Where You Live / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Cavalry / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Champion / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Chosen One / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Cutie / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Fake Cutie / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Gunslinger / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Hero Dies / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Immodest Orgasm / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Lad-ette / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Lost Lenore / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Lost Woods / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Maker / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Medic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Musketeer / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Outside World / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Promise / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Purge / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Red Mage / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Very Definitely Final Dungeon / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The World Is Just Awesome / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
The Worsening Curse Mark / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Thematic Series / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Theme-and-Variations Soundtrack / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Theme Music Abandonment / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Theme Music Power-Up / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Then Let Me Be Evil / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
They Copied It, So It Sucks! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
This Is My Side / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
This Is My Story / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Three-Stat System / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Threshold Guardians / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Thriving Ghost Town / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Time-Limit Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tin Tyrant / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Tired of Running / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Token Mini-Moe / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Token Minority / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Token Yuri Girls / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Too Cool to Live / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Total Party Kill / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Touched by Vorlons / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Transforming Mecha / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trial-and-Error Gameplay / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Triumphant Reprise / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Trolling Creator / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Troperiffic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Troubled, but Cute / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Turtle Power / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Two Lines, No Waiting / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Two-Part Trilogy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Übermensch / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Uncle Tomfoolery / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Uncommon Time / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Underground Level / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Underrated and Overleveled / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Understanding Boyfriend / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unexplained Accent / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unkempt Beauty / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Unorthodox Sheathing / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Urban Fantasy / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Useless Useful Spell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Using You All Along / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vehicular Theme Naming / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Vendor Trash / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Games and Fate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Video Game Setpiece / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain-by-Proxy Fallacy / int_7e86b2d4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain Forgot to Level Grind / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain with Good Publicity / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Villain World / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Violation of Common Sense / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Voice of the Legion / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Warm-Up Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Warp Whistle / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Was Once a Man / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Waterfall into the Abyss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
We Cannot Go On Without You / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Weak to Magic / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Weaponized Animal / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Weaponized Exhaust / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
What the Hell Is That Accent? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
What the Hell, Player? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
When All You Have Is a Hammer... / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
When It All Began / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
When She Smiles / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Where I Was Born and Razed / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Whip It Good / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
White Mage / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
White Stallion / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Who Wears Short Shorts? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Who Would Be Stupid Enough? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Why Couldn't You Save Them? / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wild Hair / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wingdinglish / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
With Lyrics / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Wolfpack Boss / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Word Salad Title / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
Worst. Whatever. Ever! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Are Worth Hell / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Can't Fight Fate / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Have Got to Be Kidding Me! / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Have Researched Breathing / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)
hasFeature
You Killed My Father / int_eb6802b4
 Final Fantasy XIII (Video Game)