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For Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy on the PSP, a GameFAQs garland/ chaos(which you do fight is set versions) that would end the cycle. particularly regarding the relationship between Chaos and Garland that. After eleven cycles of conflict, Cosmos devises a way to end it by giving her warriors her In Dissidia Final Fantasy, a new theme titled "Lux Concordiae" is. A page for describing YMMV: Dissidia: Final Fantasy. Anti-Climax Boss: The Boss Rush at the end of storyline in Dissidia sees you pitted against five bosses. They didn't change any of the voiced cutscenes for Duodecim, but the . for making the protagonist's and antagonist's relationship feel rather personal.
They are the funniest type of jokes! EnricoMarini01 EnricoMarini01 7 years ago 2 If I get it right, is basically an "alternate" timeline, where Chaos makes a deal with Shinryu and instead of Chaos winning all cycles tillit's reverse.
Cosmos wins untilin which case Chaos goes crazy and kills everything. If I get it right, is basically an "alternate" timeline, where Chaos makes a deal with Shinryu and instead of Chaos winning all cycles tillit's reverse.
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But wasn't that because Cid broke the deal he made with Shinryu, that he interfered by making Chaos fight Cosmos' warriors? And wasn't Cosmos loosing those battles? I had gotten he impression that Shinryu put Cid in a nightmare world where Cosmos kept loosing.
I like to think that they are basically rendered dead for the purposes of Dissidia, but would be sent home like everyone else once the cycles have been broken. Of course, they also aren't really the original versions of those characters so much as copies created based on their memories, so I'm not even sure if you could say anyone actually returned in the end.
All in all, it's a very confusing subject. The Garland in Dissidia is from a different universe than the Chaos in Dissidia. Cloudy Wolf II - 1st alternate coloration. Colors his shirt blue, and his leg cloth gains a camouflage pattern. Cloudy Wolf III - 2nd alternate coloration. Colors his shirt purple, and his leg cloth gains a Fenrir emblem pattern.
Weapons Cloud equips greatswords: Buster Sword - Default weapon. Hardedge - 1st alternate weapon.
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Compared to its original appearance, the weapon is considerably larger and now equal in size to the Buster Sword, and retains its inscribed kanji from its official art. Fusion Sword - 2nd alternate weapon. Force Stealer - 3rd alternate weapon. The sword is designed with a more mechanical and sleeked look, particularly the steel-jointed hinge wings crossguard.
The blade is thinner with a symmetrical beveled grove pattern, and has a small red orb imitating materia in the base. Organyx - 4th alternate weapon. Like the Force Stealer, it is more mechanical and industrial in design, making it out to be a composite constructed weapon. There are specially marked shops on the map.
The story mode is also party based, similar to the story progression of Final Fantasy VI. In certain scenarios, parties will be predetermined, but in most cases players are free to select their own party. Tetsuya Nomuraproducer and character designer for the game, has said that both storylines played together would result in approximately 60 hours of gameplay.
Six of the new characters are available from the start of the game: Therefore, Cosmos entrusts her warriors with the task of retrieving the crystals that will help them defeat Chaos.
Once completing the thirteenth cycle, the player also has access to the third and final arc "Confessions of the Creator", in which Shinryu—a powerful entity that absorbs the warriors' memories and experiences following each cycle—traps Cosmos' comrade, Cid of the Lufaine, in a nightmare world where the cycles never end as punishment for saving Cosmos' warriors from the thirteenth cycle following Chaos' defeat.
The player selects five characters to fight Feral Chaos, a stronger incarnation of Chaos, and save the imprisoned Cid the nightmare world. Prominent characters in these reports include warriors of Cosmos— TerraCloud and Tidus —who fight for the side of Chaos during the twelfth cycle, and Chaos's warrior Jecht, who appears on the side of Cosmos, with the reports detailing how these characters came to switch sides.