- Categories:Inanimate, Monster, Animal, Magical, Gender, Age, Size, Video Game
- Originally Released as Final Fantasy II on SNES
- Original Release Date: November 23, 1991
- Re-Released as part of Final Fantasy Chronicles on PlayStation:
June 29, 2001
- Re-Released as Final Fantasy IV Advance on GBA: December 12, 2005
- Enhanced Re-Release as Final Fantasy IV on DS: July 22, 2008
- © Square
One of your characters, Rydia, is only 7 when she joins your party,
however, when she gets accidentally swallowed by the monster
Leviathan and taken to the Land of summoned monsters, She begins to
age rapidly due to the difference in the flow of time there, By the
time she returns to your party, she's fully grown.
Edge's parents, The King and Queen of Eblan, are turned into
monsters by Rubicant's scientist, Dr. Lugae.
After defeating the fiend Cagnazzo in Baron Castle,And after your
party leaves the throne room, Cagnazzo uses the last of his life
force to activate the wall trap in the hallway to the throne room,
To save your party from being squashed, Palom and Porom start
pushing against the moving walls and turn themselves to stone,
Causing the trap to stop working. They are later restored by the
Elder of Mysidia.
Stone is also a status ailment that can be cast as a spell or
inflicted by certain weapons.
This game also includes the magic spells Mini, Pig and Toad that
cause status effects of changing your characters either to small,
into pigs or into toads respectively.
In the enhanced Remake, you meet several dancers in the various
towns. A "female" dancer asks you if you wish to see her dance in
Fabul. If you agree, she quickly reveals that she is actually a
male Monk, and he does his dance. When he is finished, he
re-assumes his girl form, and hides in the corner. Brief.
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originally posted by Rahal Stmin on 2002-09-03, 9 edits, entryid=4185