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Source: Final Fantasy XIII Update - PlayStation 3 News at IGN Now, you should start Quote Originally Posted by IGN. Fang was originally a guy. Source: Final assume that Fang (male) and Vanille are in a relationship. For Final Fantasy XIII on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic There is unlikely a genetic relation, though there could be. Let's pretend I can quote the right person. User Info: Meowster Meowster34 7 years ago# I' ve always thought that Fang was in love with Vanille.. some of the. For Final Fantasy XIII on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "Are Vanille and Fang lesbians?" - Page Fang/Vanille never shows a relationship, but shows lots of subtext. . Hell, I'll direct quote you.
The sacrifice they make together to save Cocoon. The fact that Vanille crying makes Fang cry. If it wasn't for Vanille, Fang would've let Cocoon drop like a stone. Instead she chose to be crystalized forever in Vanilles hands just to keep a promise to her which btw the whole theme of the story was based on promises not to save the world. If that isn't love then I don't know what is.
Nidhogg Nidhogg Topic Creator 8 years ago 62 I haven't read the novel, so I'm only pointing out what I see in the game. But as I have said in the past, it's possible I'm wrong, and if I am I don't mind being wrong, however everything in the game that points them to having a "sisterly" friendship outwieghs everything that was state they have a romantic relationship by a LOT. As far as friends never saying they will be together forever, you're kidding right?
You can never be too rich, too good-looking, or too well armed. However, brands also advance if the l'Cie's emotional state takes a nosedive, and slowly watching Nova Chrysalia die over years is not going to be good for your emotional state. When he absorbs all the Chaos into his body to contain it, that's the last push that sends him to "Cie'th city".
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The reason Lumina was able to break Ultima Weapon in the opening cutscene? Fridge Horror Humanity was used as tools to serve the fal'Cie's doing by being turned into l'Cie, and any l'Cie that failed their Focus or weren't assigned a Focus at all then turned into Cie'th.
Cie'th are instinctive and hostile monsters, and the Undying were the most powerful of all Cie'th. Although they are robbed of their humanity and free will, the Gorgyra fragment in XIII-2 shows that the former l'Cie are still tormented, forced to wander in eternal darkness without their five senses.
Taking all of this into account, you have to wonder the implied horrors of what Bhunivelze intended to do with using an Undying Cie'th as Ereshkigal as humanity's replacement. Seeing how Bhunivelze saw humanity as already soiled by the Chaos that is within them and the emotions that reside in their souls, he probably planned to take humanity and turn everyone into an Ereshkigal, an Undying Cie'th without emotions or free will but with pure power and the gift of eternal bliss.
A creature "perfect" in his sense of an ideal creation. This is briefly covered in the game, but for those who missed that cutscene: Now imagine being old and frail for all that time.
Imagine looking after a new-born child for all that time, and it never losing its total dependence on you.
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The old people would probably eventually die off naturally from accidents and disease, but the infants might suffer from cot death. Or from "cot death. It's explained better in Japanese where there aren't so many plot holes. The Japanese version of the game clearly states that each person is made of up three parts: While all Yeul's share the same Soul, each Yeul has a different Heart. The game also implies that the Body is the least important component of the three.
Plenty of beings are able to hold on to themselves inside the Chaos with out true Bodies the Yuels, Alyssa Zidell, and the various trapped souls including the Speaker for the Dead and each Yuel is identical in appearance in spite of genetics, likely because she possesses the Soul of the previous Yuel. It's probably safe to say that the Body is just a shell. Continuing onwards, the Japanese version flat out tells you that the reason that Hope can't feel emotions is because Bhunivelze is in possession Hope's Heart and implies that the version of Hope on the Ark made from the Souland he's had it for over a century and a half and torturing Hope the whole time.
This is how he's using Hope's voice to speak and the reason Hope and Bhunivelze share a voice actor in the Japanese cut as the gods of the FF XIII universe don't have voices humans can hear.
This really is her last resort. I wasn't born on Cocoon. I'm from Gran Pulse. The 'world below' you all hate so much. My partner and I'd turned to crystal there and gone to sleep. But when we came around, here we were. The reason Cocoon's in an uproar is the same reason you're here now. Vanille and I woke up. Aboard the Lindblum Raines tells Snow of the Sanctum's plan to publicly execute the l'Cie once they are captured, and leaves Snow no choice but to help him find the others.
Fang explains to Snow she is hunting down the l'Cie herself, but does not divulge her connection to Vanille.
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Fang and Lightning discuss their fate. They split up as Snow leaves with Hope and Fang with Lightning, keeping in contact with wireless communicators.
After deciding on Hope's home in Felix Heights as their rendezvous point, Fang reveals her origins to Lightning and that she and Vanille were indirectly responsible for Lightning's sister Serah being made a l'Cie, as Anima sought for new l'Cie after seeing Fang and Vanille were not heeding their Focus.
Fang and Lightning realize Pulse and Cocoon are more similar than they had initially thought in how both worlds feared and hated the other, but Fang is willing to be an enemy of Cocoon if it will save Vanille. Fang explains how a l'Cie's brand shows the time they have until they transform into Cie'th, and how strong emotions can expedite the process. Fang reassures Lightning that Serah will come out of crystal stasis one day. They go into hiding in Hope's home and take refuge with his father, Bartholomew Estheim.
The party is led onto the Lindblum where they learn Vanille and Sazh were captured in Nautilus and are being held captive aboard the Palamecia to be brought to Eden for a public execution. Fang is reunited with Vanille. With the Cavalry's help, the group infiltrates the Sanctum airship to rescue the prisoners and Fang and Vanille are reunited.
Fang checks the progression of Vanille's brand and is relieved she still has time left. After defeating him they learn their Focus: While the rest of the party is coming to terms with the gravity of their task, Fang is troubled by Barthandelus taunting her for forgetting her Focus.