[Possible Spoilers] That confusing Final Fantasy Moment that made you go..
"UGH? Say what?!"
I feel that everyone on the forum has one of these moments and for me it is in FFIX. I am sitting there at the end of the game going to fight Kuja once more and you defeat him. I was like "Well that is that for FFIX....ugh?" and
it cuts to all your party laying on a rock and it tilts up to show Necron. That was my moment when I was utterly confused on his existence in the game and just spontaneously popping up at the end all like "Hey guys what is up? I am totally going to kick your ass now...." I put my controller down and tried to re-imagine the entire story and didn't see any connection or mention of this godly being.
Well that's my moment....what is yours?
Last edited by Nigel St. Nigel; July 15, 2012 at 5:17 AM.
Reason: added spoiler tags
I agree with @.Mosh - it was pretty darn random to see Necron at the end! I was like... "Did I miss something? o.O;"
One of my earliest confused FF moments was at the end of FFVII...
...when Red XIII/Nanaki was running with a bunch of lion babies. Who the heck did he mate with?! 'cause I could've sworn he was the last of his species. Otherwise, they should've been lying around Cosmo Canyon wagging their tails. xD
Y'think hundreds of years later they cloned him?
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Uh...all of XIII and XIII-2? Especially the latter. Neither of those games make ANY sense whatsoever.
The Lunar Cry in FFVIII, as well. That was just...very random. Once monsters have achieved complete global saturation of the Moon, they randomly decide to fall to the earth? There are so many things wrong with that. But then, FFVIII went from a reasonably understandable and interesting story to complete batshit insane after the first disc...if Squall dies, that would explain an awful lot.
The final battle against Seymour in FFX, as well, although that was more an "UGH, say what?!" of disappointment than it was of confusion. They totally wrecked him in that fight; gone is the calm and composed aristocrat I adored. In his place was just another dull psychopath.