Final Fantasy Compendium

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Characters

Adrammelech
The Bangaa Totema. You may recognize him from the original FF Tactics.

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Babus Swain
The faithful nu mou retainer to Prince Mewt, who's held the position for many years (despite the fact that he hasn't even existed for that long). A Runeseeker by class, and a stuff-shirt by disposition. He fights Marche a few times, but after the game's over he'll join your clan.

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Cid Randell
Mewt's father in real life becomes the Judgemaster in Ivalice. It's just what he needs to perk his spirits up after his wife died, because back in the real world he cuts a pretty pathetic figure. However, his ethics are superb, and he goes as far as to cut himself off from the palace (and his "wife" and son) to ensure that no one is above the law. After finishing all 300 missions, Cid will join Marche to sock it to a bunch of renegade Judges.

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Doned Radiuju
Marche's brother is an invalid confined to a wheelchair. However, the transformation to Ivalice gives him a good set of legs. It's fairly understandable that he'd like to keep Marche from bringing the wheelchair days back. However, Marche makes him understand that there's good and bad to everything, and in Doned's case his mother dotes on him and practically ignores Marche. Having put it like that, he agrees to help Marche bring the real world back.

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Exodus
The Viera Totema.

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Ezel Berbier
A nu mou with a mischievous streak. Ezel pioneered the use of antilaws - cards that can nullify the all-encompassing Laws. Bervenia Palace isn't too happy about that, of course, and chases after him continually. However, eventually, as the resistance to the Laws climbs, Ezel is called upon to mediate between the resistance and the palace. With Marche's help, he negotiates a peace treaty and, having nothing better to do, joins Marche's clan.

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Famfrit
The Moogle Totema.

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Llednar Twen<
His name is "Mewt Randell" backwards, and he's really just an aspect of Mewt created by the being calling herself Queen Remedi. In particular, the aspect that enjoys hacking and slashing and generally hurting things. Remedi gives him a "Fortune" Law that prevents anyone from harming him, but eventually Marche, Cid, and Ezel join forces to create an Antilaw to remove it, letting Marche go in for the kill.

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Marche Radiuju [HERO]
The similarity between Marche and Ramza from FFT is more than just visual. They both share the same clear vision when everyone else around them is muddled. In the city of St. Ivalice, Marche is the new kid on the block, whose father left his mother to care for him and his invalid brother, Doned. However, when St. Ivalice turns into the country of Ivalice, Marche joins Montblanc's clan and begins crusading to bring the real world back. However, he's up against the wills of Mewt, Ritz, Doned, and even himself to some degree.

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Mateus
The Human Totema.

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Mewt Randell
A rather soppy kid, who hangs on to the teddy bear his mother gave him before she died. Neither he nor his father Cid have really come to terms with it, but being bullied at school doesn't help either. Marche's dreams form the basic structure of Ivalice when it's created, and he's installed as the prince; his mother (or something that looks quite like her) comes back from the dead to watch over him. He's pretty stubborn, but eventually he does come around to realize that no matter how nice the dream is, it's not the real world.

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Montblanc
A kind moogle who befriends a befuddled Marche when he first lands in Ivalice. He acts as Marche's guide through the game, and has a soft spot for his brother Nono.

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Nono
Montblanc's little brother is a genius when it comes to making stuff. He has an airship which he uses to ferry merchandise back and forth - but only if you've got a Game Link.

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Queen Remedi [VILLAIN]
Mewt's mother died before the game starts, but his desire for her creates someone who looks very much like her. In reality, this creature is Li Grim (aka Le Grimoire), the personification of the dreams of those in Ivalice. Once she's finally defeated, Ivalice reverts back to the real world. She's not really villainous, more like an overprotective mother who wants to spoil her child.

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Ritz Malheur
A spunky girl in Marche's class, who's beside herself with joy when the fantasy world of Ivalice appears. In particular, she loves not having to dye her hair; in reality, her hair's white. She befriends a viera clan run by Shara, and travels around doing missions and generally having a good time. While still friendly with Marche, she doesn't appreciate his trying to turn the real world back. However, he eventually convinces her to let him do it. After the game ends (at which point it's not entirely clear if Marche succeeded or not) Ritz can join Marche's clan.

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Shara
A viera whose clan befriends Ritz in Ivalice. Although she seems sophistocated and suave, she's actually a bit of a baby when it comes to bugs. After Marche saves her from some antlion larva (after the game's over), she joins his clan.

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Ultima
The Nu Mou Totema.

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