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    Norse Myths That Inspired Final Fantasy VII – By M. J. Gallagher.

    Heimdall’s horn has sounded for all mythology fans! Norse Myths That Inspired Final Fantasy VII is the latest book by award-winning Final Fantasy community author M. J. Gallagher. This ambitious, well-researched work examines how Norse lore and Viking culture manifests in the locations...
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    The Blueness of a Wound: Launch interview with Roko Zaper

    Today Zaperart has successfully launched The Blueness of a Wound on Steam, a point & click adventure game set in the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. From the creator of the graphic novel Lost Dreams of the Unicorn (Roko Zaper - also known as redcloud9 here on Final Fantasy Forums)...
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    FFF Mythology Manual: Hades

    DISCLAIMER: CONTAINS SHADOWBRINGERS SPOILERS THROUGHOUT. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE READER SHOULD COMPLETE THE GAME BEFORE READING THIS. FFFMM - Hades: Shadow Lord Hades, Greek mythology’s god of the Underworld, regularly emerges in modern popular culture. Often he is depicted as a hellish...
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    FFF Mythology Manual: Siren

    FFFMM - Siren: Seductive Song The Sirens are amongst Greek mythology's most characteristic monsters. Usually envisioned as half-bird, half-woman, Sirens lure distracted sailors with sweet music causing them to ruin their ships on the rocks. They embody the treacherous zone where sea meets land...
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    FFFMM VII: Ixion

    FFFMM VII: Ixion: The Dark Horse of Djose! Introduction: The Equine Experiment. Within the pantheon of Final Fantasy’s summonable creatures Ixion does not often show himself (his first and most notable appearance being in FFX); yet he’s clearly made an impression and maintains a modest...
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    Information Mythology Manual Noticeboard

    Welcome to the Final Fantasy Forums’ Mythology Manual Noticeboard! This shall serve as a hub for the Mythology Manual article series. Any news relating to the FFFMM shall be posted here so that it is easier to keep up to date. What is the Mythology Manual? The FFFMM is an article series...
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    FFFMM VI – Shiva

    FFFMM VI – Shiva: The Transcendent Snow Sorceress. (an improved update of this article can be read in Timber Maniacs issue 2, pages 5-10) Only a handful of summoned creatures are as ubiquitous within the Final Fantasy universe as Shiva. Since her first appearance in Final Fantasy III this...
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    FFFMM Halloween Special: Phantom Train and Doomtrain.

    FFFMM Halloween Special - Phantom Train and Doomtrain: Spooky Trains on Separate Tracks. Ghost trains have captured the imaginations of many people. Not only are there real-world reports of haunted trains, but they appear in literature, and dark rides in theme parks and fairgrounds labelled as...
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    FFFMM V: Red XIII

    FFFMM V - Red XIII: Nanaki the Native. Red XIII is truly a contender for the most unique of playable characters in the Final Fantasy series. Appearing in FFVII and related compilation material, Red XIII (or Nanaki) is not only a member of a species other than human (a rare treat in a Final...
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    FFFMM III: Alexander

    FFFMM III - Alexander: Divine Defender. Alexander is a very popular recurring summon in the Final Fantasy series. His appearance is that of a gigantic robot and often doubles as a mobilised fortress. Alexander is usually quadrupedal (or, more accurately, tripedal as his body sometimes serves as...
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    FFFMM II: Ultros

    FFFMM II - Ultros: An unorthodox adaptation! Anyone who has played Final Fantasy VI will be aware of a certain talkative, loveable, and yet terribly perverted purple octopus. The creature’s goofy teeth and mischievously sinister eyes make him one of the funniest, most iconic and expressive...
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