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Nida - 2
Mayor Dobe/Flo - 5
About the card, yes, you're right, Mayor Dobe does have Quezacotl, but the other thing is true too, about Flo carrying Irvine's card.
Zone (The leader of the Forest Owls. His father, along with Watts's, was executed by the Galbadian government. Despite supposedly being the leader, he often lets Rinoa take control. He also fakes stomach pains when faced with pressure. He has a fondness for naughty magazines and on the White SeeD Ship, he will provide you with a Shiva card and a Rename Card if you give him the Girls Next Door.)
Adel (A sorceress who once ruled over Esthar. She has a ferocious appearance and some people think she looks like a guy. Laguna used trickery to seal her up and then send her into space. Ultimecia uses the possessed Rinoa to free her. Later, Rinoa is junctioned to her for the battle at the end of Disc 3. Attacks include Energy Bomber and Ultima and she will also draw on Rinoa to restore her health.)
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Zone and his gastric problems...
How is it that there is not a card for her... seriously, minus Ultimecia EVERY other boss fight exists in some form of a card...
Thanks Neg for the banner!!
She had a lot of wasted potential but even the small bit we got on her was very well done.
If you think posting racial slurs on the Internet is morally reprehensible, you should've seen the whipping I gave my negro this morning.
Zone - 5
Adel - 3
So it's Zone to the second round, but Adel has her supporters. She'll never let you forget about her, but as far as this rumble goes, she's out.
Queen of Cards (She is the Queen of Cards and she travels all over the world to monitor and enforce the various card rules. If you talk with her, you can find out about the current rules of the region, learn about the trend of the trading rules and about how to pass the rules on. You can also actually pay her money to introduce a new rule to a region, though it's probably not advisable. Playing Triple Triad with her can alter the trade rules. By losing certain rare cards to her and getting her to travel to Dollet, you can participate in the Queen of Cards sidequest and earn new rare cards. On Disc 4, you can find her where Piet's escape pod was and earn any rare cards you may have missed, but she uses the Lunar Base ruleset, which can be tough.)
Selphie's Friend (Selphie's friend in Trabia Garden. They are very happy to see each other again. She will ask if Squall has been looking after Selphie-- you can answer either way. She tells you that at Trabia Garden, they call snow that floats down gently a gift from the faeries. She carries Selphie's Triple Triad card.)
Not a lot of votes, but let's go ahead and end this...
Queen of Cards - 5
Selphie's Friend - 0
No support for Selphie's Friend-- I guess she's just too minor (doesn't even have a name given) for anyone to care about her.
Okay, next up...
Raijin (Part of the duo of Raijin and Fujin. Together with Seifer, they make up the Disciplinary Committee. He wields a heavy staff. He often, though not always, ends his sentences with the phrase, "ya know." [Which can be annoying, though trust me, it's at least three times as annoying when spoken out loud in Kingdom Hearts II.] He, like Fujin, is loyal to Seifer, though when it comes to the very end, both realize that they just don't know what's gotten into Seifer and they can't support him anymore. Though, of course, they've patched things up at the end...)
NORG (Fushururu! He is the Garden Master-- a "black sheep" of the Shumi Tribe. He was the one who provided funding for Garden, but differing opinions led to the Garden conflict with factions supporting either the Garden Master or the headmaster. He sent the order for the sorceress assassination to Headmaster Martine, and Martine decided to use SeeD as a last resort. To try to appease Edea, NORG wanted to offer up the heads of both SeeD and Headmaster Cid, but Squall and co. take him on and send him to his doom.)
Raijin - 2
NORG - 3
So NORG moves on by one vote. We move on to this battle...
Biggs/Wedge (Characters by the names Biggs and Wedge have appeared in Final Fantasy games since Final Fantasy VI, one of the many references in the series to Star Wars. In this game, Biggs and Wedge are members of the Galbadian army and largely in the game for comedy. You first encounter them at the top of the communication tower in Dollet. Biggs is a major, but after the ass-kicking you give him, he ends up being demoted to lieutenant. He and Wedge show up again to terrorize Zell, Quistis and Selphie at the prison. They think that they're defenseless prisoners, but the group is fully armed and gives them another pounding, leading Biggs to wonder what's below lieutenant. In the end, you encounter them in Lunatic Pandora, where Biggs decides for the both of them to quit the army.)
Ultimecia (She's the big baddie, though you don't even found this out until Disc 3. She possesses sorceresses from the past, seeking to achieve the "ever-elusive time kompression." Lives in a kreepy kastle far in the future, where Squall and co. travel to put an end to her and save time. After she is killed, her spirit travels to the past, where she passes on her powers to Edea, beginning the whole cycle...)