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    Freedom. This is a concept that men have fought about for as long as stronger men found out that it might be a good idea to oppress other people in order to make their own lives easier. It is something that they would gladly die for, and that they want above all other things. The citizens of the Paramekian Empire are not free. The empire itself is ruled by a psychotic, hellbent on conquering the planet, and able to summon evil monsters to crush and wage war on his enemies. Those living in the city of Phin did not want to be a part of this horror, and they fought for their freedom against all odds. Their defeat was quick and painful. Demons and armies alike entered Phin and took it down. Now, four of Phin's youth must flee to Altea. They don't know it yet, but they are soon to embark on an amazing journey, and they are about to bring the world hope. Hope for human life, for the future, and most of all...for freedom.

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    Wolf Kanno

    For those who like this game...

    Thread Starter: Wolf Kanno

    ...did you ever bother checking out Kawazu's other franchise SaGa or some of his other games he's developed?

    Last Post By: remy5623 03-19-2021, 11:02 PM Go to last post

    Am I "under leveled" in FF2?

    Thread Starter: SephirothVII7

    I am playing the Origins version of FF2 on PS1, and I am thinking I am under leveled. I am at the Dreadnought and All my characters have around 210-250

    Last Post By: Wolf Kanno 01-31-2020, 05:37 AM Go to last post

    Party Setup Question.

    Thread Starter: SephirothVII7

    I have a question about party setup: I always see people recommending to have a fighter type, a white mage type, and a black mage type. Should I stick

    Last Post By: Wolf Kanno 01-21-2020, 11:09 PM Go to last post

    Does anyone play the NES version?

    Thread Starter: SephirothVII7

    I love the NES version of FF2 because it keeps the original difficulty, and just feels so nostalgic, even though I just played it for the first time.

    Last Post By: Yar 01-15-2020, 03:06 AM Go to last post