You know Final Fantasy games, right? Those games always have complex and very deep stories. What you think is like this, it turns out endingit’s very different. That’s what makes Final Fantasy loved by fans.
Not a few odd things that are not told in each game. Like the story of Wakka’s brother in Final Fantasy X, who was originally the owner of the Tidus sword. Things like that make a lot of fans make their own speculations and theories, which are interesting to watch.
Many theories are opposed by Final Fantasy, but there are some that are acknowledged to be true. Here are some fan theories that have been proven true.
1. Cissnei the spy
Cissnei is Zack’s friend in the game Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII and he is quite helpful. They first met on the streets of Midgar when Zack saved Cissnei from a Genesis clone.
The fact that Cissnei is a member of the Turks makes fans conclude that his meeting with Zack was not accidental, but that there was a purpose to spy on Zack. This was confirmed by Final Fantasy through a game that was present exclusively for Japan Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII.
2. Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy X are in the same world
In 2017, Yoshinori Kitase as the director of Final Fantasy VII and X was asked a question about the fan theory. One of them is regarding Shinra in Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy X. Kitase replies that Shinra in Final Fantasy X is Shinra in Final Fantasy VII. That means both Final Fantasy series take settings the same world.
3. Setzer’s dress style
Setzer is a character from Final Fantasy VI. In the games that, there are many bugs one of which is the presence of Setzer unable to wear bandana again if Setzer let go.
According to fan theory, bandana it can’t be worn anymore because Setzer is a fashionista who at that time saw Locke also wearing bandana the same thing and think it’s not cool if someone else is wearing the same thing. SquareSoft confirmed this, although many people thought the statement was just to cover up the fact that Final Fantasy VI has a lot of bugs.
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4. Vincent the immortal
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Vincent, one of playable characters from Final Fantasy VII, is told as a vampire who is able to change form. Fans speculated that he could not die, unlike the other characters.
This is evidenced by the short story about Red XIII, On a Way to a Smile: Case of Nanaki, which states that Vincent will be in Midgar forever. Vincent got his immortality on the results of his body experiment by professor Hojo.
5. Vagrant Story has a world setting in Ivalice
Vagrant Story, this title may be a strange thing, because this is not a Final Fantasy series. However, there is something interesting here. Vagrant Story has a picture style as well settings buildings similar to Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy XII.
Therefore, fans assume that Vagrant Story is in the same world, namely Ivalice. Yasumi Matsuno as the originator of Vagrant Story confirmed this.
6. Seymour’s Mother’s Destiny
In Final Fantasy X, if you solve all the puzzles in the temple, you will get aeon secret, Anima. There you will also get a story that Anima is none other than Seymour’s mother who helped Seymour become summoner.
The theory is that Seymour’s mother has a terminal illness and has only a short time to live, and therefore Seymour’s mother tries to help Seymour by giving him strength. Unfortunately, this plunged Seymour into darkness.
7. One eye Red XIII
If you see artwork Red XIII in Final Fantasy VII, you can see that Red XIII only has one eye. The other eye was absent with a scar.
Though inside games Japan exclusive Before Crisis: Final Fantasy VII, Red still has both eyes. Fans say that the wound was caused by Professor Hojo who did an experiment when he caught Red.
Those are 7 fan theories that were originally just rumors, but were confirmed to be true. Which one surprised you the most? Wow, if all those theories were indeed facilitated in gamesYes, it must be really fun!
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