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A character named Cid features in every single one of the main (numbered) Final Fantasy games. The character was first introduced in Final Fantasy II (1988) (although when Final Fantasy (1987) was ported to the PlayStation, he was retro-ed into the game). However, Cid is never the same character from game to game, although he is often the owner of the airship.
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Many of the bulky gigantic swords that Cloud Strife uses including the Buster Sword would be impossible and impractical to wield in real life as he wouldn't be able to lift it, let alone run over to an enemy, even if he swung it down on an enemy, he wouldn't be able to jump back with the sword, it would likely cause back injury. Cloud would've been better off with a lighter sword like a long sword, rapier or katana as they are easy to wield and swing around and would kill monsters than the gigantic sword used in the game.
After the game's closing credits, a brief cinematic is shown in which Red XIII and two of his offspring run to the top of a cliff, where the remains of Midgar can be seen covered in vegetation. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (2005) opens with this same scene, revealing it to be set 500 years after the events of the game.
The Japanese version does not include the Emerald Weapon and Ruby Weapon monsters.
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