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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 09:38:32


Heh. Everyone forgot about my question. :)
In FF9, what is the name of Lindinblum's attack airships?


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 10:27:44


At 5/30/04 09:38 AM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: Heh. Everyone forgot about my question. :)
In FF9, what is the name of Lindinblum's attack airships?

Wow, I'm actuially stumped =/

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 10:30:34


At 5/30/04 10:27 AM, Ghaleonx5z wrote: Wow, I'm actuially stumped =/

Muhahahahaha! No one gets the FF9 questions! >:D


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 10:46:18


At 5/30/04 10:30 AM, Pure_LionHeart wrote:
At 5/30/04 10:27 AM, Ghaleonx5z wrote: Wow, I'm actuially stumped =/
Muhahahahaha! No one gets the FF9 questions! >:D

What are you talking about lol I'd be able to, I'm playing the game again. I just don't remeber what the ship flet was called is all.

I know what there main ship is called, but can't seem to remember the fleets name =/

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 11:05:59


I mean what are the name of the ships in said fleet? Not the fleets name. :)


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 11:54:51


At 5/30/04 11:05 AM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: I mean what are the name of the ships in said fleet? Not the fleets name. :)

All I know of is the Hilda Garde

And the Blue Narciss *Though that was a boat I beleave*

The rest of the names of the airships in the fleet I don't know the name of.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 12:15:22


Well, good guess, but no. :)
The Vigilante is the answer.


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 12:52:03


At 5/30/04 12:15 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: Well, good guess, but no. :)
The Vigilante is the answer.

I think you should have rephrased the question first, because I don't think it made much sense.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 12:54:00


At 5/30/04 12:52 PM, StrongMatt wrote: I think you should have rephrased the question first, because I don't think it made much sense.

Oh well, whatever. It's not we're going for points anyway.
In FF7, what name did fans give to the Weapon who is wasted by the cannon in Junon?


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 13:01:27


At 5/30/04 12:54 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote:
Oh well, whatever. It's not we're going for points anyway.
In FF7, what name did fans give to the Weapon who is wasted by the cannon in Junon?

fans? I don't remember that...so I have no idea.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:14:52


At 5/30/04 12:54 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: In FF7, what name did fans give to the Weapon who is wasted by the cannon in Junon?

Is it Diamond?

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:16:16


Nope, not Diamond.

By fans, I mean that the game designers never gave this guy a name, but FF7 fans gave him a name themselves.


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:19:50


Err...Omega?

Don't know. Anyway, what does everyone think of this deal?

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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:27:59


So, you trade in 4 working new system games to get a $40 one for 99 cents?
Doesn't seem that good to me.


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:30:19


Sapphire weapon i believe, the one that frees Tifa from the gas chamber, ah yes prolly one of the best parts of the game.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:32:18


At 5/30/04 02:27 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: So, you trade in 4 working new system games to get a $40 one for 99 cents?
Doesn't seem that good to me.

Well, it can be abosulutely any 4 PS2, XBox, GC or GBA SP games as long as they're in good condition to get a £40 one which are the brand new pretty much just released ones and Sapphire...dammit, how could I not remember that. :'(

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:37:37


At 5/30/04 02:16 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: Nope, not Diamond.

By fans, I mean that the game designers never gave this guy a name, but FF7 fans gave him a name themselves.

They did? Was it featured in the game?

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:41:43


At 5/30/04 02:37 PM, PoptartKing wrote: They did? Was it featured in the game?

No. Fans decided it after the game was realesed.

Oh, and Saphire is correct!!
In FF7, what Weapon knocks Tifa down & out for seven days?


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 14:57:23


At 5/30/04 02:41 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: Oh, and Saphire is correct!!
In FF7, what Weapon knocks Tifa down & out for seven days?

Ugh, it could be any one of them since they all shoot out of the crater. Errmm...Ultima?

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:02:00


At 5/30/04 02:57 PM, FFMaster03 wrote: Ugh, it could be any one of them since they all shoot out of the crater. Errmm...Ultima?

Correct!!
In FF8, what is the name of Rinoa's second limit break?


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:04:39


At 5/30/04 03:02 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: Correct!!
In FF8, what is the name of Rinoa's second limit break?

Angel Wings.


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:05:59


At 5/30/04 03:02 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: Correct!!
In FF8, what is the name of Rinoa's second limit break?

Umm Angelo cannon? Dont rinoa's limit breaks depend on those pet magazines, so their isnt really a second or third or fourth one.
Ill ask a question: How many blades are on rinoa's shooting star weapon?

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:06:45


At 5/30/04 03:04 PM, Wonko-the-Sane wrote: Angel Wings.

Correct!! Yay!
In FF10, how far was Tidus supposedly transported in time?


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:08:14


Is it 8. And Pure's question, via Sin.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:10:37


At 5/30/04 03:08 PM, FFMaster03 wrote: Is it 8. And Pure's question, via Sin.

How far in time, not how. :)

And Mojimbo, I meant main limit breaks, not sub-sections.


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:21:41


At 5/30/04 03:10 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote:
At 5/30/04 03:08 PM, FFMaster03 wrote: Is it 8. And Pure's question, via Sin.
How far in time, not how. :)

And Mojimbo, I meant main limit breaks, not sub-sections.

I think it's a thousand years.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:22:54


At 5/30/04 03:10 PM, Pure_LionHeart wrote: How far in time, not how. :)

Oh right, lol. I misread the question. Yeh, like Kinetic said, 1000 years.

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:24:44


At 5/30/04 03:08 PM, FFMaster03 wrote: Is it 8. And Pure's question, via Sin.

Correct!
Next Question: in FF7 when Yuffie steals your Materia, which places in Wutai city does she hide?

Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:24:58


One thousand years is correct!
Someone else think of questions.


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Response to Final Fantasy Club 2004-05-30 15:29:19


At 5/30/04 03:24 PM, Mojimbo wrote:
At 5/30/04 03:08 PM, FFMaster03 wrote: Is it 8. And Pure's question, via Sin.
Correct!
Next Question: in FF7 when Yuffie steals your Materia, which places in Wutai city does she hide?

Behind that curtain thing, in a huge barrel like box thing, and I think in the second floor of her house with the contraption trap thing.