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FF6 Characters

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Final Fantasy 6 Characters

????? [GUEST]
This name is given to the ghosts who temporarily join the party in the Phantom Train. The ghost can possess people, but leaves the party when it does, and you'll have to find another one! (NOTE: This is also Terra's identification before the player gives her a name.)

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Aishya
Name of a girl in Maranda.

Arvis
(Aliases: Arvis (NA), Jun (JP)) The Returner sympathizer in Narshe, he helps Terra out when she ends up on his doorstep.

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Banon [GUEST]
(Aliases: Banon (NA), Bannan (JP)) The leader of the Returners is surprisingly weak in battle, but he's got some nice healing powers. He's very intelligent and kind-hearted, and sees Terra as more than just a tool to use agains the Empire.

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Baram
(Aliases: Baram (NA), Billy (JP)) Clyde's former ally, he was struck down in battle. He begged Clyde to end his pain, but Clyde ran away. Ever since, Clyde, a.k.a. Shadow, has been haunted by dreams of his deceased compatriot.

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Biggs
See Vicks.

Celes Chere [HERO]
A pure knight who defected from the Empire to join the Returners. Celes' beauty is astonishing for a warrior, and Locke is infatuated with her when he decides to rescue her from the Empire's hands. She has a very good heart and will take the right path no matter what the consequences. (See also Jobs:Celes)

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Cid del Norte Marguez
The brains behind the Magicite operation, he works wonders for the Empire before realizing just what they're planning on doing with it. After meeting Locke and the gang, he quits his day job and joins the Returners. He's known Celes since she was a child and sees her as a daughter or granddaughter.

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Clyde
This was Shadow's previous identity - an infamous thief with his friend Baram, who was wounded in a battle. His cowardice prevented him from cutting Baram's suffering short. He staggered to Thamasa, where he met Strago's daughter, Relm. Secretly, Relm was his daughter, but he never lets her know this. (See also Shadow)

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Cyan Garamonde [HERO]
(Aliases: Cyan (NA), Cayenne (JP)) A throwback from another era, Cyan speaks and acts like a knight out of Victorian times. His ancient talk and practices throw some people off sometimes. Retainer to the king of Doma, he was forced to watch as Kefka poisoned his king, and his wife and child. Burning with vengeance, he vows to avenge their deaths. His prudent values sometimes turn out to be a bit embarrassing for him. (See also Jobs:Samurai)

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Daryl
(Aliases: Daryl (NA), Darill (NA)) Setzer's former love was an airship connoisseur. However, her spunk and need for challenge drove her a little too far and she crashed. She was buried along with the remains of her airship in a tomb near Kohlingen.

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Draco
Maria's lead in the opera.

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Duane
(Aliases: Duane (NA), Dean (JP)) A young lovebird who takes care of the Mobliz orphans.

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Duncan
The martial arts guru and master, Sabin trained under him for 10 years. He intended his son Vargas to succeed him, but Vargas didn't know that... Duncan faked his death, but reappeared a year later.

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Edgar Roni Figaro [HERO]
The youthful king of Figaro has a way with tools and machines, and thinks he has a way with women as well. It does seem to work on some people, despite the chagrin of the ladies who actually know him. Sabin's brother chose his destiny with reluctance; he never really wanted to be a king, but he turned out to be a good one. (See also Jobs:Edgar)

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Elayne
(Aliases: Elayne (NA), Mina (JP)) Cyan's wife, who was murdered, along with her son and the rest of Doma, by Kefka's unorthodox warfare.

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Gau [HERO]
A wild boy living off the Veldt, he helps out Sabin and friends only when they give him some meat. Very unpredictable and extremely uncouth, Gau is nevertheless a breath of fresh air. Although he's only 13, he's very bright and has some pretty nasty moves in battle. I think he's called Gau because of the sound he makes when he's excited. (See also Jobs:Blue Mage)

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Gerad
(Aliases: Gerad (NA), Geof (JP), Jeff (JP)) This is the name Edgar went under while he took over a band of thieves. Gerad is just an anagram of "Edgar". (See Edgar)

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Gestahl
(Aliases: Gestahl (NA), Gastra (JP)) The decrepit Emperor, he dreams of taking over the world, but his general Kefka kind of upends the plan, and incidentally the Emperor. This guy isn't someone you want to get a summons from.

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Gogo [HERO]
Gogo is kind of an intentional enigma. He's a Mime, meaning he repeats the last action in battle, and wears colorful rags, with his face hidden in his robes. He lives in surroundings even stranger than himself: the insides of a giant Sand Worm-like creature called the Zone Eater. (See also Characters:FF5, Jobs:Mime)

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Gungho
Strago's old buddy, he returns to Thamasa to try to get him to face some old demons, both metaphorical and physical.

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Hidon
A monster, so called because of its tendency to hide deep within Ebot's Rock. Strago and Gungho fought this monster in their youth but never subdued it.

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Interceptor
Shadow's dog, who aids him in battle and acts xenophobic around anyone besides Shadow and Relm.

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Katarin
(Aliases: Katarin (NA), Katrina (JP)) Duane's lover, who also ends up taking care of the children of Mobliz.

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Kefka Palazzo [VILLAIN]
(Aliases: Kefka (NA), Cefca (JP)) Possibly the most popular character in the entire series, this guy's got a plethora of complexes and one-liners which put even the most aspiring mad dictator to shame. Some of those complexes involve wearing fluorescent clothes and feathers, laughing maniacally, running away from battles he can't win, and destroying the known world.

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Laura
(Aliases: Laura (NA), Lola (JP)) A girl from Maranda whose boyfriend died from his war wounds in Mobliz. The boyfriend sent her letters regularly, and when he died Cyan took over his job to keep Laura happy and hopeful.

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Leo Cristophe, General [GUEST]
The good guy from the Empire, he sincerely wants to get the war over with with a minimum of bloodshed, and tries to negotiate peace with any enemies he gets. He'd succeed, too... that is, if Kefka didn't get in his way poisoning people. Kefka eventually interferes in a terminal way.

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Locke Cole [HERO]
(Aliases: Locke (NA), Lock (JP)) He prefers "treasure hunter" over "thief", but he doesn't do too much hunting, unless it's in other people's pockets and drawers. Featuring a bandanna and heroic streak, Locke always comes to the rescue when someone's in trouble - if he's not being seasick, that is. He has pretty good morals for a thief, and a strong sense of purpose. His carefree demeanor hides an old pain - that of his girlfriend Rachel's death by accident at his hands. (See also Jobs:Thief)

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Lone Wolf
A thief with a wolf's head, he'll do anything he can to mess you up. Never be nice to him because he just can't be nice back. (See also Character:FF5)

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Madonna
(Aliases: Madonna (NA), Madoriene (JP), Madeline (JP)) The human who falls into the Esper world eventually falls for Maduin as well. Their child is Terra, but Madaline is killed by Gestahl and Terra is taken from her when he invades the Esper world.

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Maduin
(Aliases: Maduin (NA), Madeen (JP)) An Esper from their world, he falls for Madonna when she breaks in by accident. He was Terra's father, but he turned himself into Magicite to help the cause of the Returners. (See also Summon:Madeen)

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Maria
The opera diva is a dead ringer for Celes, but she never appears in real life in the game, only in picture frames or conversation.

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Matron
An old woman in Figaro Castle who recounts Edgar's and Sabin's tale. Perhaps their former nurse?

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Mog [HERO]
The lovable Moogle has become almost an FF trademark. We don't know much about him besides his cool dances and the fact that he shows up when least expected. (See also Jobs:Geomancer)

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Moogles
A group of Moogles who help Locke fight the Narshe guards. They all look and fight alike, but their names are Kuku (NA) / Kumog (JP), Kumama (NA) / Mogchi (NA), Kupek (NA) / Moglin (JP), Kupan (NA) / Mogpu (JP), Kupop (NA) / Mogshin (JP), Kurin (NA) / Mogpon (JP), Kuru (NA) / Mogtan (JP), Kushin (NA) / Mogul (JP), Kushu (NA) / Morl (JP), Kutan (NA) / Mugmug (JP), Kamog (NA) / Zumomog (JP)

Opera Impresario
The frenetic owner of the Opera House wants the show to go on no matter what! When an elaborate plan to get ahold of Setzer through the diva Maria hatches in front of his nose, it's almost too much for him to handle.

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Owain
(Aliases: Owain (NA), Shun (JP)) Cyan's son, who was murdered by Kefka along with the rest of Doma. Cyan vows revenge for the loss of his family and joins the Returners.

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Owzer
A rich man who collects art and lives in Jidoor. A haunted painting makes his life a living hell for a while.

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Phunbaba
The monster who terrorizes Mobliz in the World of Ruin.

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Rachel
Locke's former love was almost ready to marry him when a blunder by him caused her to fall to her death. He's never forgiven himself, and he searches the world for something to bring her back.

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Ralse, Prince
The name of Draco's enemy in the opera scene.

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Ramuh
The Esper of Thunder makes an appearance in FF6 as a wise old man. He recounts the story of Terra to Locke and company, and urges them to free the other Espers, before turning into Magicite himself. (See also Summon:Ramuh)

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Relm Arrowny [HERO]
The lovable granddaughter of Strago, she fights with a magical paintbrush which turns the paintings to life! She has a mischievous tendency to always get into the thick of things, even when she ends up being in way too much danger for what it's worth. Evidence points to her being Shadow's daughter; she's the only one who can stand his dog, Interceptor. (See also Jobs:Beastmaster)

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Sabin Rene Figaro [HERO]
(Aliases: Sabin (NA), Mash (JP)) When his father, the king of Figaro, died, Sabin ran away to become a martial artist. He studied under the great Duncan for ten years, becoming quite a powerhouse. Driven by his hatred for the Empire, he longs for the day when he can pay them back. Sabin has a tendency to rampage through a situation and not think about the consequences. He also has a large appetite. (See also Jobs:Monk)

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Setzer Gabbiani [HERO]
A high-flying gambler who's always in for a challenge, Setzer ends up helping the Returners almost by default. He's very cool and calm, but hides a tragic past: the only other airship in the world was owned by his girlfriend Daryl, who tried going too close to the sun and crashed. He's been brooding and vague ever since, and drowns his woes in gambling (he has an entire casino aboard his airship). (See also Ex-Crossover:Kingdom Hearts 2, Jobs:Gambler)

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Shadow [HERO]
A mysterious assassin who nevertheless seems to like helping out the Returners, provided they have enough cash. His semi-rabid dog Interceptor is always with him, but not too many people can get close to the mutt... besides Relm, who thinks he's a cute puppy. Evidence points to Shadow, a.k.a. Clyde, being Relm's father... (See also Jobs:Ninja)

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Siegfried
(Aliases: Ziegfried) The pompous swordsman who thinks he's all that, he's really nothing more than a thief who lets other people do the work. However, once you meet him in the Coliseum, he's apparently honed his skills to perfection. According to him, the one who dogged you until then was an impostor.

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Strago Magus [HERO]
(Aliases: Strago (NA), Stragus (JP)) A codgy old sorceror who lives in a town of magicians and tries to hide his powers from the world. He nevertheless joins up when a series of events near his hometown throw him into the thick of things. He can talk your ear off, but his knowledge of things magical is unsurpassed. Relm is his granddaughter and lives with him in Thamasa. (See also Jobs:Blue Mage)

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Terra Branford [HERO]
(Aliases: Terra (NA), Tina (JP)) The sad-faced, blue-haired heroine of 6 starts out with amnesia and it doesn't get much better after that. The daughter of an Esper and a human, she's inexorably trapped in her destiny to save the Espers from being turned into so much glowing rock. Her youth and memory loss mean that she has a lot of harsh lessons to learn along the way. (See also Jobs:Terra)

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Train Impresario
The master of the Phantom Train knows his job and sticks to it. He can't let the whole thing go to pot just because some live people have gotten on by accident, can he?

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Ultros [VILLAIN]
(Aliases: Ultros (NA), Orthros (JP)) This guy's almost as screwed up as Kefka. A purple octopus with an attitude, he interferes in nasty ways throughout the game, once turning up with his fiery buddy Chupon as well. After seeing the world explode, he ends up working as a secretary. How's that for poetic justice?

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Umaro [HERO]
A large yeti whose vocabulary falls somewhere in the double digits, he's very big, very strong, and very slow. Apparently his race has an inbred subservience to moogles. Go figure. (See also Jobs:Berserker)

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Vargas
Duncan's son and Mr. Jealousy. He thought Sabin was Duncan's intended successor, and so he makes the biggest (and last) mistake of his life in challenging Sabin to a death duel.

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Vicks
(Aliases: Vicks (NA), Biggs (JP)) A generic soldier for the Empire who gets wasted by Tritoch.

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Wedge
Another generic soldier for the Empire who gets wasted by Tritoch.

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Yura
He used to be the gatekeeper in Esperville; after Terra called the Espers out, he led the remnants to a magical place near Thamasa. He was willing to come to peace terms with humans, but Kefka once again strikes and Yura becomes nothing more than Magicite.

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