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Final Fantasy: Unlimited

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Final Fantasy: Unlimited
FFU title card.jpg
Screenshot of the series' title card
(Fainaru Fantajī: Anrimiteddo)
GenreAdventure, Fantasy, Romance
Anime television series
Directed byMahiro Maeda
Produced byMakiko Iwata
Takeshi Sasamura
Shinji Nakashima
Yuma Sakata
Written byAtsuhiro Tomioka
Kiyoko Yoshimura
Music byAkifumi Tada
Shirō Hamaguchi
Licensed byNA / UK ADV Films
Original networkTV Tokyo
English network
Original run 2 October 2001 26 March 2002
Episodes25 (List of episodes)
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Final Fantasy: Unlimited (FF:U ~ファイナルファンタジー:アンリミテッド~, FF:U ~Fainaru Fantajī: Anrimiteddo~) is an anime television series based on Square Enix's popular Final Fantasy role-playing video game franchise.

Final Fantasy: Unlimited incorporates both 2D animation and 3D graphics, and takes elements from the Final Fantasy games. It was licensed for North America and the United Kingdom by ADV Films, and 7 volumes of videos were released on DVD. In 2003, the series soundtrack Final Fantasy: Unlimited After 2 was released.

Due to a combination of low ratings and the financial failure of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, the anime series's planned 52-episode run was cut to 25, leaving the story unfinished.[1][2] The continuation of the story has been released in a variety of other media.


Ai Hayakawa (アイ・ハヤカワ) and Yu Hayakawa (ユウ・ハヤカワ) are the main characters of Final Fantasy: Unlimited. The 12-year-old twins are the children of Joe and Marie Hayakawa. Ai is an energetic and intensely curious little girl who is very positive and outgoing, while her brother Yu tends to act like an adult in that he always proceeds with caution along their journey. Other main characters include Lisa Pacifist (リサ・パツィフィースト, Risa Patsifīsuto), a 22-year-old woman who Ai and Yu encounter in the Subway as she became their protector while helping them search for their parents in Wonderland. She is able to manipulate spirits found in nature through the use of her Kigen Arts and uses this power to protect the two twins from the various monsters of Wonderland. There are also two mysterious figures that the group encounter, "Black Wind" (黒き風, Kuroki Kaze) and Makenshi (魔剣士), beings of incredible power who each lost their world before coming to Wonderland.

Voice cast

Character Japanese voice actor English dubbing actor
Ai Hayakawa Halko Momoi Jessica Schwartz
Lisa Pacifist Kyoko Hikami Shawn Sides
Kaze Nobutoshi Canna James Brownlee
Yuu Hayakawa Yuka Imai Evan Slack
Chobi Akiko Yajima Samantha Inoue-Harte
Cactuar Etsuko Kozakura
Crux Kikuko Inoue
Fabula Claire Hamilton
Oscha Kōji Ishii Brian Jepson
Moogle Kupo Tomoe Hanba Bill Wise
Cid Toshihiko Seki Robert Newell
Fungus Daisuke Gōri Grant James
Kumo Akira Ishida J. Shannon Weaver
Madoushi Hideyuki Tanaka David Stokey
Pist Takehito Koyasu Edwin Neal


Final Fantasy: Unlimited follows the story of Ai and Yu Hayakawa, 12-year-old twins who travel into Wonderland, a mysterious parallel dimension, in search of their missing parents. The series is divided into two major sections, defined by the main method of transport the protagonists are utilizing. The first half of the series sees the group using the Ghost Train to reach a part of Wonderland, crossing paths with Kaze as he has no memory of his past save Makenshi, who aids the Lords of Gaudium who attack them. The group also encounter fragments of a destructive being named Omega, which is after the Ghost Train's powerful source to become whole. Meanwhile, the story from the antagonist's view is periodically revealed with Earl Tyrant's discussion with his lords. Earl is the embodiment of Chaos, and is seeking the fragments of Omega to possess power equal to the Unlimited, beings of immense power like Kaze and Makenshi who could destroy him.

The second half of the series sees the protagonists join up with the rebel faction, the Comodeen, and board the submarine, Jane, which is bound for Telos, the only place in Wonderland that has a natural deposit of the gravity defying Flying Water. This substance is sought by both parties: the Comodeen to power their airship Silvia to reach Earl's flying fortress Gaudium and the Earl's forces using the substance to contain Omega's power. The series climaxes when the Earl himself makes a move on the Comodeen, destroying Jane and capturing the protagonists in his true form: Chaos Tyrant. It was then that the Earl's right-hand man, Oscha, reveals that Ai and Yu were spawned from Chaos in the aftermath of Kaze and Makenshi's sending their adoptive parents to Wonderland. With only Omega's heart, Clear, remaining and fused with his Fying Water suit into a crystal, the Earl intended to absorb the Hayakawa twins as well to increase Chaos's power from their experiences. Luckily, Lou Lupus and Moogle come to their friends' aid as the Earl killed the former. Confronted with Chaos Tyrant, Kaze and Makenshi sacrifice themselves to destroy the Earl, thus ending his reign of terror over Wonderland while Lisa and the Hayakawa family were found by the Comodeen.


No. Title Original airdate
1"Wonderland: Journey into the Darkness"
Transcription: "Ikai: Yami e no Tabidachi" (Japanese: 異界 -やみへのたびだち-)
October 2, 2001 (2001-10-02)
2"Magun: Man of the Black Wind"
Transcription: "Magan: Kuroki Kaze no Otoko" (Japanese: 魔銃 -くろきかぜのおとこ-)
October 9, 2001 (2001-10-09)
3"Fruit: The Town of Sweet Scent"
Transcription: "Kajitsu: Amai Kaori no Machi" (Japanese: 果実 -あまいかおりのまち-)
October 16, 2001 (2001-10-16)
4"Makenshi: The White Etude"
Transcription: "Makenshi: Shiroki Echūdo" (Japanese: 魔剣士 -しろきエチュード-)
October 23, 2001 (2001-10-23)
5"Cid: The Adventure of the Underground Waterway"
Transcription: "Shido: Chikasuimyaku no Bousen" (Japanese: シド -ちかすいみゃくのぼうけん-)
October 30, 2001 (2001-10-30)
6"Kigen Arts: The Saviour of Souls"
Transcription: "Kigenjutsu: Inochi Mamorumono" (Japanese: 氣現術 -いのちまもるもの-)
November 5, 2001 (2001-11-05)
7"Subway: Enemy of the Dimensional Tunnel"
Transcription: "Chikatetsu: Jigen Tonneru no Teki" (Japanese: 地下鉄 -じげんトンネルのてき-)
November 12, 2001 (2001-11-12)
8"Soil: The Heart of the Magun"
Transcription: "Soiru: Magan no Shinzō" (Japanese: ソイル -マガンのしんぞう-)
November 19, 2001 (2001-11-19)
9"Oscha: The Endless Project"
Transcription: "Osukā: Owarinaki Shigoto" (Japanese: オスカー -おわりなきしごと-)
November 26, 2001 (2001-11-26)
10"Mansion: The Memory of Sagiso"
Transcription: "Yashiki: Sagisō no Omoide" (Japanese: 屋敷 -サギソウのおもいで-)
December 8, 2001 (2001-12-08)
11"Ciel: The Departure of Chocobo"
Transcription: "Shieru: Chokobo to no Wakare" (Japanese: シエル -チョコボとのわかれ-)
December 15, 2001 (2001-12-15)
12"Fungus: Eternal Life"
Transcription: "Fungusu: Eien no Inochi" (Japanese: フングス -えいえんのいのち-)
December 22, 2001 (2001-12-22)
13"Meteor: Abominable Memory"
Transcription: "Meteo: Imawashiki Kioku" (Japanese: メテオ -いまわしききおく-)
December 29, 2001 (2001-12-29)
14"Omega: Reunion and Departure"
Transcription: "Omega: Saikai to Tabidachi" (Japanese: オメガ -さいかいとたびだち-)
January 8, 2002 (2002-01-08)
15"Jane: The Moving Ocean Puzzle"
Transcription: "Jēn: Ugokidasu Umi Pazuru" (Japanese: ジェーン -うごきだすうみパズル-)
January 15, 2002 (2002-01-15)
16"Kigen Dragon: Behind the Smile"
Transcription: "Kigenjū: Egao no Mukō ni" (Japanese: 氣現獣 -えがおのむこうに-)
January 22, 2002 (2002-01-22)
17"Frog: The Smallest Great Adventure"
Transcription: "Kaeru: Chicchana Daibōken" (Japanese: カエル -ちっちゃなだいぼうけん-)
January 29, 2002 (2002-01-29)
18"Madoushi: The Battle of Kiri and Kumo"
Transcription: "Madōshi: Kiri to Kumo no Taiketsu" (Japanese: 魔道士 -きりとくものたいけつ-)
February 5, 2002 (2002-02-05)
19"Ai: Meeting with Clear"
Transcription: "Ai: Kuria to no Deai" (Japanese: アイ -クリアとのであい-)
February 12, 2002 (2002-02-12)
20"Yu: The Secret of Gaudium"
Transcription: "Yū: Gaudiumu no Himitsu" (Japanese: ユウ -ガウディウムのひみつ-)
February 19, 2002 (2002-02-19)
21"Cactus: The Wandering Sea"
Transcription: "Saboten: Samayoeru Umi" (Japanese: サボテン -さまよえるうみ-)
February 26, 2002 (2002-02-26)
22"Moogle: Long Lost Memories"
Transcription: "Mōguri: Natsukashī Omoide" (Japanese: モーグリ -なつかしいおもいで-)
March 5, 2002 (2002-03-05)
23"Teros: In Search of Flying Water"
Transcription: "Terosu: Tobimizu o Mezashite" (Japanese: テロス -とびみずをめざして-)
March 12, 2002 (2002-03-12)
24"Chaos: The Earl Unveiled"
Transcription: "Konton: Hakushaku no Shōtai" (Japanese: 混沌 -はくしゃくのしょうたい-)
March 19, 2002 (2002-03-19)
25"Kaze: The Glory of Life"
Transcription: "Kaze: Inochi Kagayaku Toki" (Japanese: 風 -いのちかがやくとき-)
March 26, 2002 (2002-03-26)


The North American complete FF:U boxset re-arranges the series into five discs of five episodes each, titled "Phase 1" through "Phase 5." The English complete FF:U boxset retains the seven discs as released singularly. Both were released by A.D.V. Films.


The series was composed by Nobuo Uematsu, Shirō Hamaguchi, and Akifumi Tada.

The series received an opening theme and three ending themes. The opening theme for the series is "Over the FANTASY" (Composed by Nobuo Uematsu, Arranged by Takahiro Ando, Lyrics by Yuko Ebine) performed by Kana Ueda. The first theme is "VIVID" (Lyrics and Composition by Takashi Genouzono, Arrangements by Fairy Fore and Masao Akashi) performed by Fairy Fore and was used for episodes 1-12. For episodes 13-24 the ending theme was "Romancing Train" (Composition and arrangements by t-kimura, lyrics by motsu) performed by move. The third ending theme was "Over the FANTASY" and was used on the final episode of the series.

Two soundtracks were for the series. The first is Final Fantasy: Unlimited Music Adventure Verse 1 December 19, 2001 on the label Geneon. Final Fantasy: Unlimited Music Adventure Verse 2 and released on April 17, 2002.

Final Fantasy: Unlimited Music Adventure Verse 1
1."Top Title" (トップタイトル)0:15
2."Ai's Theme" (アイのテーマ)2:02
3."Mysterious Boy, Fungo" (謎の少年ファンゴ)1:16
4."Yu’s Theme" (ユウのテーマ)1:58
5."A little courage" (少しの勇気)1:21
6."The endless road..." (道はどこまでも…)1:43
7."Subtitle" (サブタイトル)0:11
8."Enter Kaze." (風、登場。)1:12
9."Difficult battle" (苦戦)1:28
10."Silent wind" (沈黙の風)1:19
11."Departing wind" (去りゆく風)1:21
12."The Magun has Thawed" (魔銃解凍)1:25
13."Firing of the Magun" (魔銃発射)1:10
14."Preview" (予告)0:35
15."Enter monster" (モンスター登場)1:27
16."Trampled by the monster" (モンスター蹂躙)1:23
17."Colossal Fortress Gaudium" (巨大要塞ガウディウム)1:09
18."Tyrant's dinner table" (タイラントの食卓)1:52
19."Unseen anxiety" (見えない不安)1:35
20."Strange feeling" (ふしぎな気分)1:12
21."Subway" (地下鉄)1:52
22."Fabula's mansion" (ファーブラの館)1:13
23."The absurd world" (不条理な世界)1:08
24."Chocobo will walk, no matter how far" (チョコボは歩くよ、どこまでも)1:12
25."Get out of here ~" (逃げろ~)1:12
26."Emergence of an alternate world" (異界出現)1:10
27."Summoning the beast's return" (召還獣降臨)1:56
28."City of fruit" (果実の街)2:07
29."Nihilistic world" (虚無の世界)1:35
30."Cid the genius scientist" (天才科学者シド)1:39
31."The hearts that touch" (ふれあう心)1:33
32."Recollections of Lisa" (追憶のリサ)1:20
Total length:44:08
Final Fantasy: Unlimited Music Adventure Verse 2
1."Prayer: Lisa" (祈り-リサ)1:17
2."Home Town: Kaze" (故郷-風)0:55
3."Recollection: Kaze" (記憶-風)0:58
4."Over the FANTASY (TV Size)" (「Over the FANTASY」TVサイズ)1:38
5."Underwater Voyage" (潜航艇)1:21
6."The Ocean Puzzle" (海パズル)2:42
7."Reminiscence: Ai and Yu" (追憶-アイとユウ)1:38
8."Peace~Hard Fight: Ai and Yu" (平和~苦戦-アイとユウ)3:02
9."Hard Fight: Lisa" (苦戦-リサ)2:03
10."Kigen Dragon" (氣現獣)1:09
11."Comodeen" (コモディーン)2:11
12."Miles" (ミィレス)1:32
13."Cid" (シド)3:35
14."Cactuar" (サボテンダー)2:30
15."Lou" (ルー)1:20
16."Transformation: Lou" (変身-ルー)2:25
17."Moogle" (モーグリ)1:07
18."Chocobo" (チョコボ)2:58
19."Ciel Chocobo" (シエルチョコボ)1:34
20."VIVID (TV Size)" (「VIVID」TVサイズ)1:31
21."Fungus" (フングス)1:23
22."Herba" (ヘルバ)1:38
23."Pist" (ピスト)1:47
24."Oscha" (オスカー)1:52
25."Formidable Enemy" (強敵)3:51
26."Run!" (逃げろ!)1:15
27."Omega" (オメガ)1:30
28."Shotgun Kaze" (ショットガン-風)1:38
29."Makenshi" (魔剣士)1:52
30."Sword Dragon" (一刀獣)1:57
31."Demon Sword" (魔剣)1:22
32."Death" (死)2:35
33."Battle to the Death" (死闘)2:10
34."Phoenix" (フェニックス)0:42
35."Victory" (勝利)0:13
36."Airborne Assault" (勝利)1:31
37."Romancing Train (TV Size)" (「Romancing Train」TVサイズ)1:43
Total length:1:06:41

Related media


A novel titled, Final Fantasy: Unlimited - Sou no Kizuna (ファイナルファンタジー:アンリミテッド―双の絆, lit. "Final Fantasy Unlimited - The Bonds of Two Souls") was released on March 28, 2002 by Kadokawa Shoten. The novel was written by Katigiri Sho, illustrated by Kazuto Nakazawa, and supervised by Squaresoft. It explores a side-story that is set in the time of the television series (somewhere before episode 12). Final Fantasy: Unlimited Before is a drama CD that features a flashback to the destruction of Kaze and Makenshi's worlds. FF:U Before was awarded to competition winners in Japan.[3] A serial web novel After Spiral was novels published on the official Japanese FF:U website. The first of these short stories takes a quick plunge into Makenshi's past, while the rest describe an encounter between the show's heroes and Soljashy on the twins' childhood home of Sado Island, where Ai and Yu are briefly reunited with their old friend Touya Satomi.


The story of Final Fantasy: Unlimited, left incomplete by the television series, was continued in several other media released only in Japan. A book titled Final Fantasy: Unlimited After - Gakai no Sho (ファイナルファンタジー:アンリミテッドアフター~外界の章~, lit."Final Fantasy: Unlimited - Chapters of the Outside World") was released in 2002 by DigiCube. The book contains a 32-page manga and 120-page script. It covers the twins' return to their own world, revelation of Lisa's past and introduces a new villain under Gaudium: Soljashy. A radio drama titled FF:U After 2 - Risa tachi kira reta kusari (FF:U After 2-リサ た ちきられたクサリ-) was released on December 26, 2002 by Avex. It deals with Comodeen's final attack on Gaudium and brings a conclusion to the conflict between Lisa and Soljashy, however it leaves many questions yet unanswered.[4]

Video games

Two video games have been released. The first, titled FF:U with U, is an RPG video game adaptation for Japanese mobile phone on i-mode's distribution service developed by Index was released on August 20, 2002.[5] The game contains the same plot as the anime. Points can be accumulated by playing through the game's scenarios and be used to purchase more characters. Ringtones based on the music of Final Fantasy: Unlimited can also be purchased through the game as microtransactions.[6] The second game, titled Final Fantasy: Unlimited on PC Adventure - Labyrinth, is a video game set in the Final Fantasy: Unlimited universe. Published by Amada Printing, it was released May 16, 2003.[7]


The series was ranked 18 by popular vote for Top 20 Anime in Japan for the month of November 2001.[8]

Outside Japan the series had received mixed reviews. Allen Divers of Anime News Network (ANN) ranked the series an overall score "B" stating, "Despite its somewhat formulaic plot, Final Fantasy is an ambitious series and manages to be visually engaging."[9] Sandra Scholes of Active Anime praised the series stating, "It is interesting to see how well thought out this series has been. The characters have been created with care and consideration for the ones out there who have followed the Final Fantasy genre from the start."[10] However Ken Hargon of ANN criticized the series for being unappealing and not living up to the Final Fantasy series nor any other anime.[11] Carlos Ross of T.H.E.M. ranked the series three stars stating that "The style is firmly entrenched in Saturday morning, but at least it's better than FF Legend of the Crystals."[12] Paul Gaudette of Mania gave the series a "D" stating "Although it has almost nothing to do with its namesake, Final Fantasy Unlimited was somewhat enjoyable in the beginning while falling into every cliche of a show written for a younger audience."[13]


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  4. ^ "ドラマCD「FF:U After 2 -リサ たちきられたくさ り-」" (in Japanese). JBook. Archived from the original on September 18, 2020. Retrieved June 20, 2012.
  5. ^ "インデックス、iモードサイト「FF:U with U」提供開始" (in Japanese). 2002-08-20. Archived from the original on 2012-02-22. Retrieved 2007-10-22.
  6. ^ "インデックス、FFアニメのiモードサイトを運営開始!「ファイナルファンタジー:アンリミテッド ウィズ ユー」" (in Japanese). 2002-08-20. Archived from the original on 2013-06-28. Retrieved 2013-12-02.
  7. ^ "FF:U on PC" (in Japanese). 2003. Archived from the original on 2003-08-02. Retrieved 2010-04-12.
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  9. ^ Divers, Allen (December 8, 2003). "Final Fantasy: Unlimited DVD 1: Phase 1 + Artbox". Anime News Network. Archived from the original on June 25, 2012. Retrieved June 20, 2012.
  10. ^ Scholes, Sandra (December 8, 2003). "Final Fantasy: Unlimited DVD 1: Phase 1". Active Anime. Archived from the original on January 17, 2012. Retrieved December 30, 2012.
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The seismic sensors are reading level two,

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I am...

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And marks the beginning of our journey

With our eyes on the future

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In this "Day of Conjunction" book,

they say that the Subway connects all the various worlds of Wonderland.


You're the one who likes this bird, aren't you?!

Do something about him!

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There's the Subway!

It left.

What do we do now?

I can't believe this!

Are you sure?!

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Soil is my power!

Impressive as ever, Black Wind.

Embraced by the magical tune played by the Mist...

Now sleep!

Silver Etude!

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It looks like we've arrived in a different place again.

I wonder if there is more of Wonderland above this station too?

Are you scared, Yu?

I'm not scared of any place anymore.

At any rate, one by one, we've got to be sure to look around all of these stations we arrive at.

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Mister... He fell off, maybe he's dead.

I'm not sure about that.

Just like always, I'm sure he'll pop up somewhere.

I think so too!

I'm sure that he's still alive.

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But that's...

I know those two dragons.

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You've been spacing out for a while now.

Yu, she's just acting like a normal girl.

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It doesn't look like anyone lives here.

Excuse me! Is anybody here?!

This is just a rock.

A rock that someone has shaped into a house?

This house over here is just a rock too!

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Again, another place with no people at all!

We'll never find Mom and Dad like this.

There really is nothing here, is there?

What's up, Chobi?

I feel the spirit of some living thing.

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Welcome to Chocoimo's room.

Only a strong Chocobo accepted by the Ciel Monolith

can become the legendary Ciel Chocobo.

At least, that's the rumor.

The light of dawn pours over the vast Earth

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Whew, I thought I was going to die!

This land is indestructible!

And I'm going to kill you!

Daichi ni sosogu yoake

Tabidatsu toki wo tsugeru

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Why must living creatures always continue fighting each other?


Thank you.

We've got to continue searching for your parents, right?

Kaze... That man...

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Welcome to the night of Wonderland.

I am Cid, an inventor.

Today I will give a short explanation of the mecha of Wonderland.

Do you have any idea how these machines work?

First of all, there is Soil, which can be found all over Wonderland.

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According to Lisa, Kaze's Magun can give birth to the energy of

special Summon Beasts through the use of a driller and Soil bullets.

With the use of different kinds of Soil,

he can supposedly summon a variety of different beasts.

Oh, I'd love to see that sometime.

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You should take a little rest, Lisa.

Yeah, take a nice long bath or something.

Thank you.

I think I'll do just that.

I've got a bad feeling brewing.

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O wandering spirit of Wonderland,

awaken from your slumber and answer my voice.

Who has disturbed my rest?

Have I been resurrected?

Yes, my Lord Madoushi.

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Welcome to my castle!

It's happening! The space-time phase is changing!

It doesn't seem any different as far as I can see.

It just seems like the same ocean we've been in this whole time.

The times we've been in the ocean have actually been quite rare.

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Spaced out...

It looks like Sis is thinking about Clear again.

What kind of person is he?

That guy Clear...

Kaze won't tell us anything.

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Welcome to my castle!

The Ocean Puzzle here is able to move because of the Chaos energy

from these writhing, struggling travelers!

This cube was constructed as a collection of pieces of various worlds.

I told them that they would find the exit after they cleared the attraction in each cube...

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This scenery sure does take me back.

I sense his presence, kupo.

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And marks the beginning of our journey

With our eyes on the future

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I am a Soil missionary, Moogle, kupo!

I'll come along with you guys, kupo!

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For the sake of order...

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Impressive as ever.

Black Wind...

White Cloud...

The appropriate Soil to use against you has been decided!

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Yu! Thank God you're alive!

Hey there.

You stupid Earl! Hurry up and untie us!

Hey, I didn't have to save you back there.

You're really something else, you know that?!

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