Final Fantasy XIII - What's Your Opinion On Characters?
Lumina is a major supporting character in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. See also: Datalog (Final Fantasy XIII)/Characters Although she can give helpful advice, she enjoys toying with Lightning and summoning monsters for her to fight. When Vanille and Fang first awoke from crystal stasis, Lumina found them. Fang - After Sazh she was my favourite character but again I think she stood out .. I think his relationship with Vanille really helped his character for me. . Mostly she just sort of goes with the flow of things and offers advice on what to Because the game of Final Fantasy XIII lost the players attention and. Hope Estheim is a playable character in Final Fantasy XIII, who also appears in a has had a distant relationship with his father ever since he became a teenager. . Taking Lightning's advice to form a plan, Hope conceives "Operation Nora," his Coming to later at night, Hope says Fang and Vanille's hometown of Oerba .
Fang had tucked the origami flower into her hair and had grabbed her own medical chart to make one for Lightning. Normally, she would have expected the two women to roll their medical charts up and engage in an impromptu sword fight. Vanille buried her face in Serah's shoulder and latched onto Snow as soon as the big man came over to hug them.
At times like this, they needed to stick together. It was the only way they'd make it through. Her eyes were repeatedly drawn to the couple on the bed. Lightning had begun to feed Fang some of the infirmary's food. The dark-haired woman accepted the bland food like it was a gift from the gods and kissed the tips of each of Lightning's fingers after every bite.
And they giggled, both of them, every time Lightning went back for more food. The tale that Vanille wove was a tragic one. She, Lightning, and Fang had gone out on patrol after one of the Guardian Corps' frontier scouts reported a Cie'th not far away.
They had expected something easy, but they'd gotten something out of a nightmare. The Cie'th was ancient, a monster of unparalleled evil and malice that had once been worshipped by several dark cults during the War of Transgression.
They'd gone after the Cie'th together. However, their early success soon turned into abject failure when the monster managed to strike both Lightning and Fang with its enchanted arrows. The two women had been turned into helpless paragons of disgustingly cute love. With her two companions more interested in gazing into each other's eyes than fighting, Vanille had been forced to beat a hasty retreat.
She'd managed to get Lightning and Fang back to the infirmary but nothing, magical or otherwise, had been able to cure them of their affliction. She'd called Serah after the pair had busted out of the infirmary to roll through a bed of flowers outside. The Guardian Corps officers had been convinced that the world was about to end. Why else would Captain Farron act like a besotted teenager? Fang, of course, was not to be outdone. She stuck one finger into the chocolate pudding and pressed it against Lightning's mouth.
The pink-haired woman held Fang's gaze as her tongue darted out to clean up the pudding. It was so out of character that Serah wanted to scream. The only ones who didn't know how crazy Fang and Lightning were for each other were the two women involved. But how else could anyone explain the way that Lightning chased off anyone who so much as looked at Fang twice.
The soldier had staked her claim, even if she hadn't quite realised it. And Fang was hardly any better. The huntress spent as much time with Lightning as she could.
If she wasn't at Lightning's office, then she was either out with the other woman on patrol or training with her. Anyone who tried to work their way into Lightning's schedule was met with a smirk and a not so subtle jab of Fang's spear.
And that wasn't all. Lightning and Fang already shared a house — albeit with Vanille — but there were times when the pair sparred when Serah couldn't believe that the two weren't already together. Vanille even had a counter to keep track of all the heated looks the pair shared each day. So, yes, she believed Lightning and Fang were in love.
They were made for each other. But she couldn't let this go on. Whatever this was, it wasn't honest. Lightning and Fang weren't themselves, and the longer this went on, the worse it would be once it wore off.
They needed to form a real relationship, not one based on a Cie'th's magic. Another glance at Lightning and Fang only hardened her resolve. Lightning had taken a slip of paper and had begun to write a poem that compared Fang's beauty to everything from the flowers, the sun, the moon, the stars, and even the ocean. It was touching — but it was nothing like her sister. Vanille, what can we do?
Lightning and Fang had started to undress each other. They were out for at least a few hours. Get them over here. We need someone to watch these two that we can trust. The three of us are going to go after the Cie'th. Vanille shook her head. Sazh is teaching Hope how to pilot a ship properly. Along the way, she explained things in more detail. If that person is Snow, well, you'll end up like Fang and Lightning. If that person is me… it'll be awkward.
It would definitely be awkward. I think we're —" An arrow made of glowing pink energy slammed into the hood the car. The vehicle lurched to one side, and Vanille fought to keep it on the road. She failed, and the car rolled off the edge of the road. It thumped its way down a steep embankment before it finally came to a rest against a large rock. The big man squirmed through and then darted over to Serah's side to help her out as well.
In the meantime, Vanille wriggled out of her seat and through the driver's side window. There was no sign of the Cie'th yet, but it couldn't be far. And now they could see the Cie'th. It stood on the edge of the road above them. It was twice the size of Snow and vaguely humanoid, its body made of black, rock-like material.
Two white, metallic wings jutted out of its shoulders. And in its deformed, claw-like hands, it held a large, metal bow. How many other Cie'th could there be that walked around with energy bows? There were several large boulders nearby, and at least there the Cie'th wouldn't be able to fire almost directly down on them.
There was almost a second between each of the first few arrows, but it wasn't long before the Cie'th picked up the pace. By the time they reached the boulders, the Cie'th was up to several arrows a second. The rock had begun to crack beneath the assault. We have to help Lightning and Fang. At this distance, she could put an arrow through the Cie'th's eye if she wanted to.
Once it's down here, I can hit it with my magic. Specially when that friend is the only person left in the world to me Aqua's Ultimate Levelling spot: I feel that Fang comes off too strong for Vanille for just that, but she could just be very protective of her.
Just my opinion though: Spoilerss Spoilerss 7 years ago 8 Just noticed your sig - why didn't I think of speedruns?
And did you grind at any points? Just noticed your sig - why didn't I think of speedruns? I actually have a guide, but because my PS3 is broken, it is slightly out of date. The game can be beaten in less than 8 hours, though it hasn't been done yet: Speeddemosarchives has a thread with newer tips: D Feel free to use my e-mail or private message me here if you wish to contact me: I feel like you're looking at it from a male perspective, so I'll give you my perspective on it as a female.
And, if you happen to be also female, I guess I'll just give an additional perspective. I think that Fang simply has a fierce personality. Now that I think about it, I would compare her to Snow. Fang will do anything for Vanille and Snow will do anything for Serah.
The difference is that Serah completed her Focus and is safe until she awakens from crystal stasis, resulting in Snow simply wanting to do what Serah asked - save Cocoon. Vanille, on the other hand, hasn't completed her Focus.
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At any moment, she could turn into a C'ieth. What's more is that Fang and Vanille shared the same Focus. While I agree that Vanille is supremely motivated by guilt, I would also argue that so is Fang. Think about how she must feel: Fang explains to Snow she is hunting down the l'Cie herself, but does not divulge her connection to Vanille.
Fang and Lightning discuss their fate. They split up as Snow leaves with Hope and Fang with Lightning, keeping in contact with wireless communicators. After deciding on Hope's home in Felix Heights as their rendezvous point, Fang reveals her origins to Lightning and that she and Vanille were indirectly responsible for Lightning's sister Serah being made a l'Cie, as Anima sought for new l'Cie after seeing Fang and Vanille were not heeding their Focus.
Fang and Lightning realize Pulse and Cocoon are more similar than they had initially thought in how both worlds feared and hated the other, but Fang is willing to be an enemy of Cocoon if it will save Vanille. Fang explains how a l'Cie's brand shows the time they have until they transform into Cie'th, and how strong emotions can expedite the process.Final Fantasy XIII - FANG AND VANILLE CUTSCENE
Fang reassures Lightning that Serah will come out of crystal stasis one day. They go into hiding in Hope's home and take refuge with his father, Bartholomew Estheim. The party is led onto the Lindblum where they learn Vanille and Sazh were captured in Nautilus and are being held captive aboard the Palamecia to be brought to Eden for a public execution. Fang is reunited with Vanille.
With the Cavalry's help, the group infiltrates the Sanctum airship to rescue the prisoners and Fang and Vanille are reunited. Fang checks the progression of Vanille's brand and is relieved she still has time left. After defeating him they learn their Focus: While the rest of the party is coming to terms with the gravity of their task, Fang is troubled by Barthandelus taunting her for forgetting her Focus.
The party escapes using an airship Dysley left behind and crash into the Fifth Ark hidden beneath Eden. Fang's confused rage summons Bahamut. In the Ark the party's l'Cie powers are fully awakened. They meet Cid Raines, revealed to have been a Sanctum l'Cie branded by Barthandelus all along, with the Focus to help them destroy Cocoon.
Raines explains the Cocoon fal'Cie want Cocoon's destruction to call back the Maker and remake the world. To defy his fal'Cie master Cid attacks the group intent on killing them to stop the fal'Cie's plan. The party defeats Raines and he unexpectedly turns to crystal. While the rest are inspired by Raines's sacrifice and vow to fight their Focus as well, Fang turns on the party, willing to "smash Cocoon out of the sky" if it means saving her friends from turning Cie'th.