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    We all know how some summon creatures often appear in sequels. Out of all of them which one did you never really use? Myself it's Carbuncle. Just never ran into a situation where I needed him. You?

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    Catoblepas. I never use this thing. Like . . . is it even good? It should be a better Odin, but it isn't.

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    Remora from FFV, can't really think of a situation where it was useful.

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    honestly just about very summon in vi, with edgar and sabin being so overpowered with all target attacks I just never summon in that game. but id have to say any summon that falls into the gravity territory. namly atamos from ix.

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    Pre-PS1: almost any Summon

    FF7: Summons begin to become less and less useful as you face stronger opponents, forcing you use summons acquired later in the game (if you summon at all). Choco is one of the first all attacks you get but I've never actually cared for it.

    FF8: Brothers, Carbuncle, Doomtrain, Tonberry, Cactuar. Also couldn't really take advantage of the Cerberus' tripling

    FF9: Atomos

    FFX: Nearly the same situation as 7
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