Final Fantasy XII (Video Game) - TV Tropes
Basch and Ashe just seem to have more of a connection to what's Vaan's only purpose was to datisfy the ADD ridden simpletons who do. theres a couple of more scenes where Balthier and Ashe talk in Revenent Wings (the spin off game for DS), but its just about as vague as the. Ashe is determined to regain her kingdom and take revenge against the It's about a dashing Sky Pirate called Balthier and his frosty Viera co-pilot Fran, herself yanked into the chain of events thanks to her relationship with Vaan. Ghostly Goals: Some of the deathscythes, such as the Ixtab mark, are vengeful spirits.Pretty girl - Ashe/Balthier
To show how some people do get it right? Jade from Beyond Good and Evil, perhaps? March 26, at 2: Give me a break. I believe the reason why this eludes you is because you believe that the stereotypical portrayal of men and women are actually realistic. March 27, at Societies also have different social norms for men and women. March 27, at 5: Nature is never absolute, and humans are a prime example of the diversity it can produce.
Perhaps you should take some college-level biology and psychology courses, because you seem to have been fed some ludicrous notion that every man is identical to other men, and every woman to other women. The outfits are sexually revealing, used only for straight-male titillation. Do men look ridiculous in these types of clothing? Of course they do, but women look just as absurd in them.
The gamers here know all too well the problems in the industry and will not be silenced just because some uneducated, misogynist troll wants attention. March 28, at 7: What I said is completely relevant. You stated that men and women are not the same, and failed to elaborate any further. A year after the Bahamut's crash, Ashe is crowned Queen of Dalmasca and eventually rejoins her friends in protecting the peace from the mysterious Judge of Wings in Revenant Wings.
We were given orders from the start to not make her look like an Asian.
But we modified her a bit to look more like a Japanese for the sake of the Japanese audience, and also since a character that looks completely French makes some of the CG expressions difficult. He and his twin brother Noah are natives of the Republic of Landis, which was conquered by the Archadians long before the events of the game.
When Landis was overthrown, Basch fled to Dalmasca and Noah to Archadia, and the brothers lost contact. Basch joined the Dalmascan army, eventually rising to become one of its most respected officers.
Basch carried Rasler's body from the battlefield and went into hiding with the surviving commanders of the Dalmascan military.
Time for another gender-swap! (Fran & Balthier) | Go Make Me a Sandwich
Shortly after the Archadians moved in to occupy Rabanastre, he and Captain Azelas led an assault on Nalbina Fortress in an attempt to save the king, only to be captured by Imperial forces. His brother Noah, now called Gabranth and in the employ of Archadia, posed as Basch and slew the Dalmascan king and Vaan's older brother, Reks, who witnessed the crime. Basch was denounced by the Dalmascans as a traitor and reportedly executed by Marquis Ondore. Though all three were initially suspicious of him especially Vaan, who blamed him for Reks's deathBasch protested his innocence and told them about his twin.
The party decided his story was plausible and released him. Basch explained that his vow to defend Ashe had given him purpose and a renewed sense of honor. He also appears in Itadaki Street Portable. She dreams of being a dancer, and learned martial arts from her older brothers. Migelo, a friend to Penelo's parents, took them under his care and gave them work at his sundry shop.
Penelo is usually trying to keep Vaan out of trouble, but she could not stop Vaan from intruding into the palace grounds. This encounter forced her into a series of events, when she was kidnapped by Bangaa headhunter Ba'gamnan and held as hostage in exchange for Balthier.
When she managed to escape, she met with Larsa Solidor, one of the sons of Archadian Emperor Gramis, who took care of her and convinced her he wished to make peace with Dalmasca. When she is finally reunited with Vaan, she made him promise not to leave her side, and ever since traveled with Vaan, furthering their relationship as sky pirate and partner.
In the backstory of Final Fantasy XII, she has terrible cooking skills, despite being the motherly figure to the other orphans, and in the sequel, she is trying her best to improve her skills by running a diner on the Galbana. Penelo also appears in Itadaki Street Portable.
Time for another gender-swap! (Fran & Balthier)
He and his Viera companion, Fran, prefer to remain outside politics, making their living off of whomever has the most for the taking. Vaan gets to the magicite first, and when Balthier and Fran confront him, the three of them are caught up in the chaos of a rebel assault on the palace. Cid Cidolfus Demen Bunansa. Balthier received many privileges as Cid's son, including being made an Imperial Judge, but eventually cut ties with his father when Cid became consumed by his experimentation with nethicite.
Balthier is now a renowned career criminal with a sizable bounty on his head, and must be careful to avoid the attention of both the law and the bounty hunters seeking the reward for his capture. He originally joins the resistance in the hope of reacquiring the Dusk Shard, but when he learns it is actually a piece of nethicite, he sees too much of his father's obsession in his own quest and decides to abandon the search.
Cid at the Pharos, Balthier makes peace with his father and helps the group to destroy the Sky Fortress Bahamut as penance for Cid's deeds. Balthier says that he is to be the "leading man" of the story many times throughout the game, and insists that this makes him invincible, since the hero always emerges in one piece.
Balthier was at first intent to take Lemures' treasure, the Auracite, but knew the truth behind it and attempted to destroy the Auralith, eventually rejoining Vaan's group to fight the Judge of Wings, letting Vaan be the "leading man" while he himself leaves the limelight. He made a crossover appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions.
Like all Viera, she is exceptionally sensitive to the magical Mist that permeates Ivalice, and is affected by it on three separate occasions: When the party reaches Giruvegan, she can detect the Mist nearby has cooled and is less intense.
Fran once lived with her sisters Jote and Mjrn in Eruyt Village, the secluded Viera settlement in Golmore Jungle, but became restless and desired to see the outside world. This was a major source of conflict between her and the other viera, especially her elder sister Jote, who served as the village matriarch. She learns from Jote that their youngest sister Mjrn has run off to the nearby magicite mines. When Fran finds her and brings her back, Mjrn reveals she wishes to leave Golmore, but Fran advises her against doing so, relating how her own independence has cost her her family and the ability to commune with the Wood.
Jote replies that The Wood misses her child and is jealous of the hume that has taken her away. Fran smiles for the first time in the game, knowing her sister is lying and still cares for her, as she leaves The Wood for good. She also appears in Itadaki Street Portable.
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Though only twelve years old, Larsa is idealistic and believes that the strife within Ivalice can be quelled without war. He travels with Vaan and company under the alias "Lamont" during their trip to the Lhusu Mines to rescue Penelo. However, his knowledge of nethicite exposes him. He leaves the party at Mt.
Bur-Omisace, after learning from Al-Cid Margrace that his father had been murdered, attempting to reason with Vayne.
After his brother is defeated, Larsa takes his place in the Archadian throne and settles into peace agreements with Basch as his protector. Vossler fought alongside Basch, during the counter-attack at Nalbina Fortress. Like Reks, he too was tricked into thinking Basch was responsible for killing King Raminas. After the battle, he fled underground, and joined the Resistance, alongside Princess Ashe.
For the next two years, he protected the Princess, as well as trying to restore their lost Kingdom. Skeptical of the traitor, Vossler eventually learns to trust his friend once again. Vossler dons an Archadian judge armor to fool the guards and enable them to rescue the Princess, and escape to Bhujerba where they plan to keep the Princess safe. However, the Princess decides to take matters in her own hands and travel to the Tomb of Raithwall to obtain the treasure of the Dynast-King.
Vossler catches up, after being left behind, at the Ogir-Yensa Sandsea, while on their way to the Tomb. He offers to protect Princess Ashe once again, despite objecting to Balthier and Fran's invading the royal tomb.