Eternal Calm. Final Fantasy X: Eternal Calm ( ファイナルファンタジーX – 永遠のナギ節, Fainaru Fantajī Ten Eien no Nagisetsu ? ) is a cinematic cutscene taking place between Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, first released on a bonus DVD included with Final Fantasy X International and Unlimited Saga in Japanese, and through the Official U.S.
- PlayStation Magazine in English.
- It was also released in Japanese as part of the Final Fantasy X/X-2 Ultimate Box collection.
- This scene is also called Another Story in some languages.
- The remastered version is included in Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch and PC,
All the character models and textures have been upgraded, though the non-remastered music and Rikku ‘s Final Fantasy X character model remain from the original release. Viewing the scene in this version earns the ” A Journey’s Catalyst ” trophy/achievement.
- 0.1 How long is the calm in ff10?
- 0.2 What is the difference between Final Fantasy X and X-2?
- 1 Is Tidus a dream?
- 2 What is Tidus Final Fantasy X?
- 3 Is Tidus technically an Aeon?
- 4 How is Tidus alive in ffx2?
- 5 How old is Tidus ff10?
- 6 Is FFX eternal calm a movie?
- 7 Is Tidus A Paladin?
- 8 Who did Yuna fall in love with?
- 9 How strong is Tidus?
- 10 Who is better cloud or Tidus?
- 11 Does Tidus know Sora?
Is Tidus in Eternal Calm?
The Eternal Calm (Final Fantasy X-2) – The destruction of Sin, along with Yuna’s exposition of corruption among the Maesters, led to the collapse of the Order of Yevon within the first few years of the Eternal Calm. Splinter factions like New Yevon and the Youth League sought to carry on the Order’s legacy in their own way, but their disagreements might have led to war if not for Yuna’s intervention.
- Over the course of Final Fantasy X-2, Yuna settled into a new life free of her duties as a Summoner while using her fame and influence to maintain peace in Spira.
- Along with Rikku and a new companion called Paine, Yuna defeated the Farplane ghost of Shuyin, the man whom Tidus had been modelled after in the dream-city.
Unlike kind-hearted Tidus, Shuyin’s rage and resentment had festered over the last thousand years, and he sought a way to destroy Bevelle from beyond the grave. During his final battle with Yuna, Shuyin summoned Bahamut, one of the Aeons that had been killed in the confrontation with Yu Yevon.
How long is the calm in ff10?
The first calm was 500 years. Then, Sin returned and destroyed all that Spira had built up in the meantime. The second Calm, thanks to Gandof, happened 400 years before FFX, so 100 years passed without a calm.
What is the difference between Final Fantasy X and X-2?
We’ve talked before about why FINAL FANTASY X is such a classic, but what about its direct sequel? FINAL FANTASY X-2 takes the series in a new direction, with an altered structure, a lighter tone, and an expanded battle system. It’s far from a predictable sequel then, and while it’s inevitably connected to the original it also stands apart as a distinctly different game – one that is very much worth playing when it releases for Xbox One and Switch on 16 April.
Is Tidus a dream?
Thread: Is Tidus just a dream/dead or something?
- 07-23-2009, 07:37 PM Before you go and criticize me, yes, I have finished Final Fantasy X and I am almost finished with Final Fantasy X-2 But, I did not get the ending of Final Fantasy X. Was Tidus just Fayth’s dream? or was he real and if so, did he die? Was Zanarkand real as well? It really just seems like random battles and then suddenly Yuna finds out that Lenne is part of her, Lenne reunites or something with Shuyin and blah blah blah Couldn’t they have just ended Final Fantasy the way it was? 07-23-2009, 08:23 PM Tidus is a part of an Aeon. “Dream Zanarkand” is essentially a single massive Aeon (just like Cindy/Sandy/Mindy or Yojimbo and his dog are considered 1 Aeon). When the summoning ends, DZ fades, and Tidus goes with it, as he is still, essentially, a part of it.
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- So he’s as real as anyone else so long as Yu Yevon continues the summon.
- Once he’s defeated DZ (and everyone in it including Tidus) cease to exist-corporeally at least.
- If you consider FFX-2 canon, then Tidus spent some time without a physical body.
- As for the sequel itself, I’m of two minds: 1) It’s unecessary since FFX ended on the perfect bittersweet note.
He can really use a hand with this, and any support you can offer is appreciated. 07-23-2009, 08:27 PM I consider FF X ending to be the true one and don’t except any other. 07-23-2009, 08:32 PM Oooh, a fellow NYer! Tidus was a dream of the Fayth from when Zanarkand was dying. Zanarkand used to be real, but is really now a dead city. That was what I got out of it.
07-31-2009, 01:32 AM The term dream can be misleading, because in these games the dreams of the Fayth can be corporeal. DZ and Zanarkand ruins are two different locations that exist at the same time but not in the same place. Both the player and Tidus are mislead to thinking he’s traveled in time for 90% of the game.
It’s a game-length excuse to give you a Wayne’s World -style ‘mega-happy ending’.2) The gameplay is great, the battle system innovative and I liked the new characters that got introduced. Too bad the carryover characters didn’t do so well. 08-01-2009, 07:26 AM I agree, the new characters totally make the game (‘cept for the Le’ bleh and her goons).
It also totally shows a side of the Fayth/Pyreflies that’s extremely dark. 08-01-2009, 02:13 PM I happen to love Leblanc, but maybe I’m just fond of her archetype: Grandis, Crimson Scorpion, and Doronjo. 08-01-2009, 02:49 PM It’s debatable what actually happened to Tidus at the end of FFX-2. Let’s look at Jecht for example, he too was nothing more than a dream, yet he exists in the Farplane because you hear him giving advice to YRP against Shuyin in the last battle.
It could be possible that Yuna’s connection to the Fayth and her undying love for Tidus ultimately allowed him to exist. 08-01-2009, 05:16 PM I doubt the summonable Aeons cease to exist when they’re dismissed, why should DZ be different? My guess is they simply don’t have a physical form. Tidus can still whistle to Yuna in the Farplane, even without a body. 08-01-2009, 11:24 PM ahh the eternal debate continues, i dont mind though cause i like to hear everyone’s opinions on the subject. 08-03-2009, 01:52 AM Tidus is basically just a reincarnation of Shuyin. Dreams are as real as you make them and this case, they were very real for Yuna and others. 08-04-2009, 01:09 AM Originally Posted by Shiny Tidus is basically just a reincarnation of Shuyin. Dreams are as real as you make them and this case, they were very real for Yuna and others. where did you pull this out of? tidus was a dream, just like the aeons and the dream zanarkand. once yu yevon was defeated, the fayth quit dreaming.thus, they disappeared. now you might ask, how did yuna hear tidus whistle in the farplane and hear jecht? is it possible that jecht and tidus were different because they were touched by sin and brought to the real world, and thats why they could be seen and heard in the farplane? possibly, but that doesnt explain how tidus saw his mother in the farplane when they visited there the first time. so whats up? most likely they just ceased to exist physically and mentally, but were technically still “spiritually” exist. when yuna asked for him in x-2., the fayth almost makes it out as “we’ll see what we can do.” most likely, the fayth (the little boy) dreamed one last dream to give tidus physical existence once again. again, thats just theory. the whole shuyin’s reincarnation and being a “strong dream that they believed so much made him real” isnt even feasible. 08-04-2009, 06:38 AM She’s half correct about the reincarnation. The passage of time in DZ is that of Spira’s (because as we should know, DZ has a physical location in Spira). It is very likely that in the original dream, Shuyin was recreated by the Fayth. However, he would’ve eventually gone and died, since the Fayth at the time probably did not know of his demise, and they certainly would not have known that he was slowly going nuts inside the Den. Dream Shuyin does not suffer this fate; he could have done anything else. Since the War did not occur in DZ, it’s not unreasonable he lived out the rest of his life with Lenne. Say Dream Shuyin had kids. It’s not unfeasible that Tidus’ template was based on Shuyin’s, if he were a descendant. Alternatively, Yu Yevon could’ve reset DZ (as he is said to be able to do) and simply based Tidus off of Shuyin’s template. After 1000 years, you’re bound to run out of ideas somewhere. As for Tidus, it’s pretty simple. The Fayth dreamt up DZ, and Tidus was a part of it. At the end of FFX-2, they simply decided to keep dreaming one part of the dream, since, you know, Yuna more or less gave them their freedom. 08-04-2009, 07:24 AM my opinion is that DZ is a model of the real zanarkand dreamed up by the faythe and all the people had real forms in real zanarkand (not the same person just the model), And although they were not the same people tidus was created in the image of shuyin so maybe tidus’s “mom” he saw was actually the real person his mom took her likness from. 08-04-2009, 05:22 PM I go with the physical template theory. Tidus has none of Shuyin’s memories. It’s quite likely that the Fayth dreaming DZ reuse physical templates in the many generations. On a side note, many of the people you see in DZ also appear in Spira (some of whom resemble the summonable Fayth), although it says more about the game designers reusing generic designs than anything else.
: Thread: Is Tidus just a dream/dead or something?
Do Tidus and Yuna end up together?
Canon – Tidus and Yuna first met when Yuna first became a summoner. Tidus had entered the Cloister of Trials even though he was not supposed to because he was worried about her safety. Later that night, they talked for the first time and realized that they would be traveling together for a while.
Later, Yuna learned that Tidus’ father Jecht was the guardian of her father Braska. She decided that she wanted Tidus to become her guardian after that. However, Wakka was against this due to the fact that Tidus was inexperienced in battle and Yuna was afraid to ask because Tidus hated his father Jecht.
However, Auron eventually becomes Yuna’s guardian and drags Tidus along, so that is no longer an issue. Eventually, Yuna agrees to marry Seymour because she believes that it’s the best for Spira. This upsets Tidus because he wants her to marry the one she loves.
However, it turns out that Seymour was corrupt and wanted to use Yuna for power. The group eventually kills Seymour and everybody is labeled as a traitor of Yevon. To make things worse, Yuna gets kidnapped and Tidus discovers that Yuna will die if she manages to defeat Sin with the Final Aeon. Tidus decides that he will not let her die.
Later, Tidus talks to Yuna in a spring and apologizes for everything he said. He ends up comforting her and the two share a kiss underwater. The group eventually decides that Sin should be defeated another way and Yuna does not obtain the Final Aeon. However, Tidus finds out that he is a dream and will fade away if they defeat Sin permanently.
- Tidus keeps this from the group but confesses this before their final battle with Yu Yevon, which Yuna seems to believe.
- After the battle, Tidus starts to fade away and Yuna tells him that she loves him.
- Tidus hugs her before jumping off of the airship and presumably disappearing.
- About two years later, Kimahri finds a sphere of a man resembling Tidus in a cage who is begging to see the summoner and sends it to Yuna.
She decides to become a sphere hunter and join Rikku and a new woman named Paine. However, it turned out that the man was a deceased person from Zanarkand who was threatening to destroy Spira. Eventually, Yuna and her friends manage to stop Shuyin and save Spira once again.
- As a reward, the Fayth approaches Yuna on the Farplane and offers to give Yuna another chance to be with Tidus.
- Tidus later resurfaces near Besaid and the two are reunited.
- Tidus and Yuna continued their relationship and lived together in Besaid for a while.
- However, Yuna eventually found Tidus to be “too different” from before and they broke up within a year.
Tidus then moved to Bevelle and started to play Blitzball again. Sin eventually came back so Tidus decided to join Yuna while she set off to try and get rid of the new Sin.
What is Tidus Final Fantasy X?
Tidus Final Fantasy character Fictional character Tidus character Artwork by Tetsuya Nomura of Tidus and his sword, Brotherhood. First appearance (2001)Last appearance Final Fantasy Explorers-Force (2018)Created byDesigned byVoiced by
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- Yūto Nakamura (young)
Motion capture In-universe informationRaceDreamHumanOccupationBlitzball player, GuardianWeaponSignificant other HomeZanarkand Tidus (: ティーダ, : Tīda ) is a fictional character in ‘s series and the main of the 2001, Tidus is a 17-year-old from the city of who is transported to the world of following an attack by the creature Sin.
- Shortly after his arrival he meets and joins, a mage and her in a pilgrimage to kill Sin after learning that he is actually his missing father,
- He has appeared in other video games, including the Final Fantasy X sequel, the series, and several Square Enix crossover games.
- Tidus was designed by with a cheerful appearance, in contrast to previous Final Fantasy protagonists.
Scenario writer wanted to expand the relationship between player and character with monologues describing the game’s setting. While the narrative was initially focused the romance between Tidus and Yuna, Square provided a major focus on his misrelationship with Jecht in order to provide a major impact in the setting.
- Tidus is primarily by in Japanese and in English.
- Both actors enjoyed voicing the character, and Morita also performed his,
- He has been generally well received by video-game critics.
- Tidus’ cheerful personality and heroic traits make him an appealing protagonist, contrasting with previous male characters in the franchise.
His and romantic relationship with Yuna are considered among the best in video games, although reviewers and fans were divided on Taylor’s voicing. Tidus has been popular with fans, often ranking as one of the best Final Fantasy characters in polls. Action figures and Tidus-related jewelry have been produced, and he is a popular character.
Is Tidus technically an Aeon?
Many questions still arise after completing Final Fantasy X. Is Tidus alive? Did he ever exist? Did he time travel? That and more is addressed here. It’s been 19 years since Final Fantasy X came out for PlayStation 2, yet there is still confusion about how the ending ties in to the rest of the story. This article will connect a brief synopsis, history, and spoiler from Final Fantasy X-2 to make sense of the complicated FFX storyline,
- Tidas finds himself 1000 years in the future after being attacked by a monster known as Sin in his home city of Zanarkand, which is now in ruins.
- He joins with Summoner Yuna, who is following in her father, High Summoner Braska’s, footsteps to complete a difficult pilgrimage to defeat Sin.
- Each time Sin is defeated, a period of peace known as the Calm exists until Sin reemerges, and this cycle has gone on for a millennia.
Braska was the last Summoner to defeat Sin with the help of Auron and Jecht, Tidus’s father. Auron explains that Jecht is now Sin. Tidus eventually learns he, his father, and his Zanarkand are all dreams summoned by the fayth — self-sacrificed spirits of humans who merge with pyreflies to manifest aeons (which can be summoned by Summoners) or other magical phenomena like Tidus and the Zanarkand he knows.
Thus, Tidus is actually only as real as Yuna’s aeons. The destruction of Zanarkand 1000 years ago resulted from its battle with the machina-powered city of Bevelle. Upon Zanarkand’s defeat, its leader and powerful summoner Yu Yevon had his followers sacrifice themselves into fayth to continuously summon and preserve their beloved Zanarkand in a dream state.
The inhabitants live and age as intended by Yu Yevon. As Tidus was a part of this, he is not an actual human, nor did he travel 1000 years into the future. However, because of the way their magic works, he did physically exist. Yu Yevon also transformed himself into Sin, destroying whatever machina he could to protect Dream Zanarkand.
How is Tidus alive in ffx2?
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Tidus has a coin in Sphere Break, Additionally, Tidus will appear in the ending depending on which ending the player gets as well as their completion percentage and the choices made during the game. Tidus and Yuna reunited in the good ending. If, after getting the “Chapter 5 Complete” message, the player presses ( in the Japanese version), Tidus will whistle at Yuna while she is crossing the Farplane Glen. If the player missed either talking to Maechen in Chateau Leblanc in Chapter 3, or did not trigger Tidus’s whistle at the Farplane when Yuna fell in at the end of Chapter 3, the player gets a scene where Tidus’s spirit embraces Yuna, Yuna says that she loves him, and that he will always be a part of her. after the “Chapter 5 Complete” message triggers Tidus’s whistle, and Bahamut’s fayth appears in the glen asking Yuna if she wants to see Tidus again. Tidus and Yuna at Zanarkand in the 100% completion ending. If answered positively, Tidus will reunite with Yuna. If answered negatively, Yuna says Tidus is already with her and walks away. The ending plays as normal, and Tidus does not return, but the player gets an extra scene after the credits where two monkeys sit in the sunset in Zanarkand,
How old is Tidus ff10?
Tidus – Voiced by: Masakazu Morita (Japanese); James Arnold Taylor ( Final Fantasy series), Shaun Fleming ( Kingdom Hearts series) (English) Motion capture: Masakazu Morita Tidus ( ティーダ, Tīda ) is a skilled 17-year-old blitzball player from Zanarkand and the main protagonist of Final Fantasy X,
- Though Tidus is his official name, the player has the option of renaming him at the beginning of the game.
- He washes up near Besaid Island after being attacked by the creature Sin during a blitzball game.
- He becomes one of Yuna’s guardians in order to find a way back to Zanarkand during the journey.
- Throughout the game, he finds himself coming to terms with his father, Jecht, who has become Sin, dealing with his increasing love for Yuna, and the implications of her pilgrimage.
In the audio drama Final Fantasy X -Will-, set a year after X-2, Tidus is a star blitzball player in Bevelle, where he meets Kurgum and Chuami. The character’s outfit was designed to stand out within the people from Spira due to being from another world, while his lively personality is meant to contrast with previous Final Fantasy protagonists.
Is FFX eternal calm a movie?
A short film explaining the story between Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2.
How many endings are there in FFX?
World of Final Fantasy – There are two endings, considered a “bad ending” and a “good ending.” Playing through and beating the game normally actually unlocks the bad ending, which is an essential condition for continuing to unlock the game’s good ending.
In the first time playing through the game, Reynn and Lann, not understanding the true nature of their actions, charge ahead into the final dungeon, Castle Exnine, and confront Brandelis the Exnine Knight, Lann ultimately sacrificing himself and sealing them both together in a cage. Reynn, returned to Nine Wood Hills by Tama, is left devastated by her brother’s state, trying to get forget her pain by watching television in a vegetative state, but always troubled.
The game’s credits are set to the song ” Silent World,” a sad song performed by Tama’s Japanese voice actress, Ayana Taketatsu. At the end of the credits, Reynn gives a shouted “No!” as she can no longer accept the events of the game’s ending as they happened.
Tama then appears before her as Tamamohimé the fox, offering to sacrifice her remaining nine lives in exchange for rewinding the clock. Not realizing who Tamamohimé is, Reynn agrees and finds herself back before the final dungeon with Lann, but now also with Serafie, who has taken Tama’s place in their journey.
Revealing little of what she knows, Lann says that they cannot yet take on Brandelis and devises a new plan. The two collect more Mirages and continue to participate in Interventions, eventually discovering a way to restore Tama. Once prepared, they confront the final battle in a new way, this time falling into the Ultima Gate with Brandelis.
- The final credits feature a dance party of the Final Fantasy characters, set to an upbeat JPop tune ” World Parade,” performed by the Japanese voice actresses of Enna Kros, Tama and Serafie.
- If the player achieves the requirements for the “Turn Those Corners Up” trophy, then following the closing credits, they will receive a brief scene in which two Prisms arrive in Grymoire.
Lann comments “Don’t you hate it when you say your good-byes and then find out you’re not leaving?” and Reynn says that Grymoire never gets old. If the player saves their progress, then they are returned to Nine Wood Hills, where it is now possible to remove both characters from stacks and fight using only Mirages, as Lann and Reynn have themselves returned in Mirage form.
Is Tidus A Paladin?
Gameplay – A young man who appears in the tales of another world, where its people are trapped in a spiral of death. After being swept away from his home of Zanarkand and subsequently landing in the world of Spira, Tidus washes ashore at Besaid Island.
There he meets a newly anointed young summoner named Yuna and joins her on a journey to defeat the eternal fiend Sin. Character description Tidus is a UR-rarity unit of the Water element whose main job is Abes’ Star Player, while his sub jobs are Paladin and Samurai. He can equip the following items: Sword, Hat, Clothing, Accessory.
His unit cost is 80. His Master Ability increases Water unit allies’ Max HP by 10% and Water Attack by 15, as well as his own DEF Piercing Rate by 10. His Limit Burst is Blitz Ace, which deals 4-Hit Dmg (L) to target. Tidus’s shoes. A pair of athletic shoes brought from the distant world of Spira. Worn by a young man who was the ace player of the underwater sport Blitzball in the sleepless city of Zanarkand, these shoes are designed to be highly durable and can withstand intense activity.
Is ff10 a love story?
Final Fantasy X: The (Almost) Great Love Story — Nerdophiles Love is a prevailing element in the Final Fantasy franchise, and it’s not hard to understand why. It helps make the characters more relatable and seem more human – the same way showcasing a character’s flaws would.
- It also tends to promise some level of player commitment to the story.
- Some of the more notable Final Fantasy love stories include the famously debated love triangle between Cloud, Tifa, and Aerith in FFVII, Rinoa and Squall in FFVIII, Garnet and Zidane in FFIX, and of course, Tidus and Yuna in FFX.
- Despite the death of Aerith in VII ( which honestly just puts everyone with whom they belong – Cloud with Tifa, Zach with Aerith), there hadn’t been any truly sad love stories in the franchise until X came along.
As a stand alone game, and minus the after-credits cut scene, this game would have had the greatest love story in the Final Fantasy franchise. Final Fantasy X opens with you playing a young man, Tidus, who has some prevailing daddy issues. You watch him slowly grow over the course of the game, and you watch him slowly fall in love with Yuna, a love that seems cursed from the outset with a slow reveal that, in defeating Sin (the boss of the game and something that Yuna has sworn to defeat), Yuna will die.
- Yuna plays the heroine beautifully, providing much needed hope to all of Spira and being willing to sacrifice herself for its people.
- Over time it seems that her willingness to put everyone before herself rubs off on Tidus, and by the end of the game it’s discovered that Tidus can successfully put an end to Sin without Yuna dying.
In exchange, Tidus will cease to exist. The ending is truly saddening after watching these two characters develop feelings for each other and then having to watch Tidus go to the Farplane and leave Yuna behind. Not to mention watching Yuna preform her final sending and then watching her heart break while Tidus holds her after she tells him ‘I love you.’ As the credits roll you hope for a small cut scene, like the one in FFIX, where Tidus rushes out of the farplane and finds Yuna after a small amount of time has passed.
To be fair, there is an after credits scene where Tidus is swimming upwards in some water, setting the tone for Final Fantasy X-2, but lets suppose the game doesn’t have that scene. With that not being considered, it really brings home the love story of this game, making it all the more poignant. There are so many games, books, and media in general these days, that are afraid of the unhappy ending.
Happy endings are everywhere and honestly they’re getting a bit trite. That’s why looking at this game as a completely stand alone, end at the credits, kind of game makes it so much better. Final Fantasy X had the potential of being remembered for its appealing story line and original ending.
Of course, Final Fantasy X-2 has since brought Yuna and Tidus back together, in what seems to be another case of a gaming company hoping to make money off of a sequel that was unnecessary. The love story in Final Fantasy X is tragic, but well played out. It could have, and would have, stood up on it’s own with the tragic loss of Tidus.
When considering Final Fantasy X without X-2, this Final Fantasy game offers one of the best love stories in the franchise. : Final Fantasy X: The (Almost) Great Love Story — Nerdophiles
Is ff7 and ff10 connected?
The two games take place in the same world, according to director Yoshinori Kitase. – Here is some interesting information that may well change the way fans view the events of certain games in the Final Fantasy saga. In a recent interview, Yoshinori Kitase, the current producer of the Final Fantasy VII: Remake explained to EDAMAME Arcade Channel (at around the 4.15 mark) that FFVII and FFX actually take place in the same setting, although he quantifies that by saying “a little.” According to Kitase, there are connections between the two episodes.
Who is Yuna’s boyfriend Final Fantasy?
Yuna (Final Fantasy)
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Who did Yuna fall in love with?
Yuna (Final Fantasy) Yuna Artwork Yuna is the secondary protagonist in Final Fantasy 10 as well as the main protagonist in Final Fantasy 10-2. She is the love interest to Tidus. She is the daughter to Lord Braska, who defeated Sin 10 years ago, bringing the Calm.
- She began her pilgrimage starting in Besaid Temple where Tidus eventually arrives at.
- Because of him unaware of the way Spira works, due to him living in Dream Zanarkand, he rushes into the temple after hearing she had not returned for several days.
- When he reaches the Chamber of the Fayth, she comes out and collapses.
Tidus falls in love with her in an instant. He comes along with Yuna and her group and aided in fighting monsters. Yuna decides to make him one of her guardians. When they reach Guadosalam, Seymour Guado, the Maester of Guadosalam, proposes to Yuna, telling her their union would give Spira hope.
- She goes to the Farplane to think of it when Jyscal Guado, Seymour’s father appears.
- Yuna sends him, but he leaves her a sphere.
- When they reach the Thunder Plains Travel Agency she views the sphere and learns that Seymour murdered Jyscal and plans to destroy Spira.
- She hopes to marry him and hopefully get him to turn himself in while continuing her pilgrimage.
They make it to Macalania Temple to prepare for the wedding and get a new Aeon. Tidus and the other guardians discover the sphere and head out to help Yuna. When they reach her, Seymour decides to kill her guardians, forcing her to fight too. When he summons Anima, Yuna is able to defeat it by summoning Shiva.
- The group then successfully kill Seymour, but before he can be sent, the Guado call Yuna a traitor and chase the group out of the Temple.
- They fall beneath the ice and land on Sin who teleports them to Bikanel.
- The group find her in Home, home to the Al-Bhed, a race of peaceful humans that many considered heretics because they continue to use machina.
Tidus learns that if Yuna gets the Final Aeon, she will die if it destroys Sin, devastating him. The Guado invade Home and capture Yuna and get her sent to Bevelle. Cid, Yuna’s uncle and Rikku’s father, has the group board an airship and destroy Home. They make it to Bevelle and are forced to witness Yuna marry Seymour, now an unsent.
- Yuna manages to escape to the Temple and everyone learns of Yevon’s corruption, using machina themselves.
- The group break into the Chamber of the Fayth, no longer caring about Yevon’s rules and save Yuna.
- They defeat a mutated Seymour and escape Bevelle, now being labled as traitors.
- Tidus and Yuna share a kiss in the Macalania pond.
Despite losing the respect of Spira, Yuna decides to continue her pilgrimage. They make it to Yunalesca, the first to defeat Sin and guardian of the Final Aeon. Yuna decides the spiral of death needs to end and they destroy Yunalesca, ending what many in Spira believed to be the only means of destroying Sin.
- They head back to Bevelle and upon learning what they did, Maester Mika sends himself (he was an unsent).
- They learn from Bahumut’s Fayth that the true key to destroying Sin is to destroy Yu Yevon, and that Jecht (Tidus’ father and current incarnation of Sin) can control Sin if he listens to the Hymn of the Fayth.
Using this knowledge, all of Spira sings the Hymn of the Fayth allowing Jecht to lower Sin’s defenses. Cid’s airship is able to take down Sin and the group goes inside. They have a final battle against Seymour and finally send him. They then encounter Jecht, who turns into the Final Aeon.
Who is Yuna’s husband Final Fantasy?
Final Fantasy X – I’ve done it! I have become a summoner! Yuna Yuna was born in Bevelle to a Yevonite father, Braska, and an unnamed Al Bhed mother. Yuna was four years old when her mother died in an attack from Sin during her journey to the Al Bhed Home to repair her relationship with her brother, Cid,
Her death established Braska’s resolve to become a summoner and defeat Sin. A seven-year-old Yuna was left in Bevelle when Braska and his two guardians, Auron and Jecht, left to pilgrimage to Zanarkand, Braska obtained the Final Aeon and defeated Sin, perishing along with Jecht. Braska had requested Auron to bring Yuna to Besaid following Sin’s defeat to ensure she’d live a peaceful life, but Auron was mortally wounded when he confronted Yunalesca, and only made it as far as the outskirts of Bevelle before passing on the request to Kimahri Ronso,
Back in Bevelle, Yuna heard her father had defeated Sin and met Kimahri who took her to Besaid Village, placed her in the local temple’s care, and stayed with her at her request. Yuna grew up with Wakka, Lulu, and Wakka’s brother Chappu, Yuna introduces herself to Tidus. Braska’s Calm lasted less than a year, and Yuna decided to follow in his footsteps and become a summoner despite her friends’ objections. At 15 years of age, she became an apprentice summoner with Kimahri as her guardian.
After Summoner Zuke quit his pilgrimage in the Calm Lands, his guardians, Lulu and Wakka, returned to Besaid and became guardians to Yuna. Now 17 years old, Yuna heads into Besaid Temple ‘s Cloister of Trials with Lulu and Kimahri to become a full-fledged summoner. She spends almost a day of prayer to the fayth, and when Wakka and a young man named Tidus arrive to check on her, Yuna emerges and summons her first aeon: Valefor,
The villagers celebrate Yuna’s achievement and she introduces herself to Tidus. The next morning, Yuna, Wakka, Lulu, Kimahri and Tidus depart Besaid on the ship S.S. Liki for Kilika, En route, Yuna figures through Tidus’s mention of Jecht being his father that he must hail from Zanarkand as he claims.
- Sin attacks the boat and destroys most of Kilika Port,
- Yuna sends the souls of the deceased to the Farplane, the plane of afterlife on Spira, so they would not transform into fiends,
- After obtaining Kilika Temple ‘s aeon, Ifrit, and meeting a rival summoner named Dona, the group travels to Luca for the Besaid Aurochs ‘ blitzball tournament for which Wakka and Tidus are to take part.
When the party splits, Yuna, Tidus, and Kimahri search the city after hearing rumors of Auron being around. When Yuna worries about being separated, Tidus suggests using a whistle signal to find each other. Yuna and Tidus outside Luca. The Al Bhed Psyches kidnap Yuna to force the Aurochs to lose their blitzball game. Her guardians and Tidus save her before the Aurochs are about to play against the Luca Goers, Hearing an Al Bhed ship saved Tidus when he arrived in Spira, Yuna asks if Cid was there, but Tidus answers no.
- Yuna reveals to him her half-Al Bhed heritage, and how her mother told her to seek out Cid if she ever needed help.
- Fiends attack the blitzball stadium and Auron appears to help dispatch them.
- The newest maester of Yevon, Seymour Guado, summons his aeon, Anima, to destroy the fiends and awe the spectators with its power.
Auron and Tidus join Yuna’s party as guardians and Yuna shows Tidus she has learned how to whistle as he had taught her. She explains she fakes cheeriness to hide her sadness and tries to help him do it too, Yuna and Seymour watch Operation Mi’ihen. While crossing the Mi’ihen Highroad, the party stops at Rin’s Travel Agency to spend the night, and Yuna takes the time to make a sphere recording to her guardians containing her final farewells, which she intends to give to them before she will perform the Final Summoning,
Unaware of what she is doing, Tidus joins her, and the two watch the sunset together, Tidus describing his Zanarkand to her as a metropolis out at sea that never sleeps. The party arrives at the Djose shore to witness the untimely Operation Mi’ihen, The group runs into Kinoc, who is one of the four maesters of Yevon.
Operation Mi’ihen ends in disaster due to Sin overpowering the Crimson Squad and their machina, which leaves Yuna to perform another sending. Seymour, who was there to supervise the operation, as well as aid in battle, asks to be Yuna’s “pillar of strength”.
- When the party arrives at Djose Temple they meet another fellow summoner, Isaaru, who warns Yuna to be careful as summoners on their pilgrimage are disappearing.
- After receiving the aeon Ixion, the group spends the night at the local inn.
- Yuna oversleeps and rushes after the others who make fun of her messy hair.
They set off for the Moonflow, and while crossing the banks via shoopuf, the Al Bhed kidnap Yuna with the Extractor, but Tidus and Wakka save her. After arriving at the other side of the river, Tidus learns it was Yuna’s Al Bhed cousin Rikku who piloted the Extractor.
- After talking with Rikku in private, Yuna makes Rikku her final guardian, and the assembled party heads for Guadosalam, the town of the Guado,
- Seymour welcomes them to his manor and shows Yuna and her guardians a sphere with images of the ancient Zanarkand, Yunalesca—the first summoner to have defeated Sin—and her husband, Zaon,
Seymour proposes to Yuna, for the union would bring hope to Spira. To help make her decision, Yuna visits the spirits of her parents in the Farplane, but when they leave the spirit of Seymour’s deceased father, Jyscal Guado, drops a sphere as Yuna sends him. Yuna watches Jyscal’s sphere as Tidus stumbles into her room. When they rest at a travel agency, Yuna learns from Jyscal’s sphere that Seymour murdered him, but she does not reveal its contents to anyone. Near the end of their crossing of the Thunder Plains, Yuna announces she will marry, but will continue her pilgrimage.
- When the party reaches Lake Macalania, the Al Bhed make another attempt to kidnap Yuna, but she and her guardians fight them off.
- Since Yuna is escorted to Macalania Temple ahead of her guardians, she has already received Macalania’s aeon, Shiva, by the time her guardians learn the truth about Seymour.
Yuna and her guardians confront Seymour over his crimes and the situation escalates when he attacks them and they are forced to kill him. Before Yuna can send him, the Guado force the party to flee the temple and they end up trapped underneath the ice of the frozen lake.
Yuna explains she intended to wed Seymour in exchange for him to turn himself in for his crimes. Sin whisks the party away to Bikanel Island, While the guardians reunite in the desert Yuna is nowhere to be found, for the Al Bhed already found her and took her to the Summoners’ Sanctum in Home. The Guado attack the settlement and kidnap her to Bevelle to marry the now- unsent Seymour.
Rikku reveals to Tidus the Final Summoning needed to defeat Sin not only kills Sin but the summoner as well, meaning Yuna will die if she goes through with her pilgrimage. Yuna’s forced wedding to Seymour in Bevelle. With help from the Al Bhed, Tidus and the other guardians travel to the Palace of St. Bevelle and crash Yuna and Seymour’s wedding on Cid’s new airship, the Fahrenheit, While her guardians are held at gunpoint, Yuna complies with Grand Maester Mika’s ultimatum and her guardians are forced to watch the ceremony be completed.
When Seymour orders her guardians killed, Yuna lets herself fall off the temple rooftop and summons Valefor in midair, who flies her to Bevelle Temple, The guardians escape to the temple where they break into the Chamber of the Fayth. Yuna receives Bahamut, but the party is arrested once Tidus carries her out of the chamber.
The maesters of Yevon put Yuna and her guardians on trial for treason, where it is revealed Mika is an unsent. They are branded traitors of Yevon for killing Seymour and imprisoned in the Via Purifico, Yuna, Lulu, Kimahri, and Auron escape the underground dungeon after Yuna bests Isaaru in an aeon duel. Yuna and Tidus together in the Macalania Woods. Her faith in Yevon shaken, Yuna goes off to the spring to be alone with Kimahri keeping watch. Tidus goes after her, and, having discovered the truth behind the Final Summoning, apologizes for his eagerness to defeat Sin and talking how they would visit his Zanarkand, believing he had only depressed her, but Yuna assures he had made her happy.
Tidus wants her to quit the pilgrimage and stay with him, and while Yuna considers it, her sense of duty to the rest of Spira is too great. Tidus comforts her and they share a kiss in the spring. She resolves to go on, with Tidus promising he will always remain by her side. Despite being branded traitors of Yevon, the party continues through the Calm Lands toward Zanarkand.
At Mt. Gagazet Yuna explains her resolve to save Spira to the Ronso and Maester Kelk lets them pass. While traversing the mountain, they find a movie sphere left by Braska on the slopes in which he lets Yuna know whatever path she chose for her life, whether it be to duty or herself, he would be proud.
- Seymour Flux attacks them but they defeat him, Yuna reeling from a revelation concerning her goal: Sin is Jecht.
- Ascending Gagazet, the party finds a mass of fayth performing a summoning.
- Bahamut’s fayth reveals to Tidus “his Zanarkand” is a dream of the fayth, and that Tidus himself is a dream as well.
He conceals this from the others. After defeating Sanctuary Keeper at the summit, with the ruins of Zanarkand in view, Rikku despairs about Yuna’s impending fate. Yuna thanks her for all she has done and comforts her. Yuna unknowingly drops a sphere and Tidus views it. Yuna with Tidus before fighting Sin. Within the Zanarkand ruins, the party witnesses images of past summoners and guardians. They meet Yunalesca, the unsent summoner who would transform one of Yuna’s guardians into the fayth for the Final Aeon to defeat Sin, as Braska did ten years ago with Jecht.
- Refusing to sacrifice any of her friends, and knowing that the Final Aeon will in time become the new Sin, Yuna declares the Final Summoning is a false tradition to continue Spira’s cycle of death.
- Resolving to save Spira without the falsity of Yevon’s teachings, the party fells Yunalesca, ending the tradition of the Final Summoning.
Cid picks them up on his airship and Yuna meets her uncle for the first time. The party returns to Bevelle where they learn of Sin’s cyclical existence from Maester Mika. Bahamut’s fayth approaches Tidus and Yuna, who learn the means to approach Sin is the ” Hymn of the Fayth “, and the key to defeating Sin is its core: Yu Yevon, an ancient summoner who exists only to summon Dream Zanarkand,
Yu Yevon was Yunalesca’s father and the progenitor of the Yevon faith. To ensure the summoning is never halted, and that the mainlanders never find the city of dreams, Yu Yevon clads himself in an armor known as Sin. With the airship, the party launches a head-on attack on Sin that allows them to travel inside it,
The party encounters and defeats Seymour for good in his final form, and Yuna finally sends him. At Dream’s End they find Jecht who transforms into Braska’s Final Aeon, They defeat him and all of Yuna’s aeons when Yu Yevon possesses them, and finally Yu Yevon himself. Yuna announces the Eternal Calm. Back at Luca, Yuna, now high summoner of the Eternal Calm, whistles by the ocean in the hopes Tidus will answer until Lulu sends for her. In the stadium, Yuna addresses the people of Spira the need to stay strong, welcome Spira’s long-awaited peace, and rebuild their home.
How strong is Tidus?
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What is Tidus most powerful weapon?
The Caladbolg is Tidus’ Celestial Weapon.
Does Tidus ever come back?
Tidus coming back. A lot of people say it diminishes the plot of FFX. Think of it this way- say you had a loved one die. You mourned. You grieved. You cried. Two years later, they come back. Did you not mourn? Does their return mean you didn’t grieve? Does it retroactively dry the tears, and quell the pain? Of course not.
It still happened. It was still awful. It was still emotional. You still ran to them and fell right through, lying in shock on the deck of an airship crying. But the main problem is, a lot of people think of it as a plot device. As a meaningless throwaway. As a change of canon for the sheer sake of it. But it isn’t.
Towards the end of FFX, you may revisit the temples, and speak to the Fayth themselves. Ixion’s fayth tells you- “For a long time, we had forgotten how to go forward. You reminded us we must go forward. Yes, we must run. Let us go, you who share our dreaming.
- Come, and we will run till the dream’s end.” and Shiva tells you ” Should the dreaming end, you too will disappear -Fade into Spira’s sea, Spira’s sky.
- But do not weep, nor rise in anger.
- Even we were once human.
- That is why we must dream.
- Let us summon a sea in a new dream world.
- A new sea for you to swim.
” Ixion is outright telling you that Tidus will go with the Fayth into nonexistence. Tidus is a part of the Fayth. He does not physically exist, nor has he ever physically existed (Tidus was never a real person. The Fayth are dreaming an approximation of Zanarkand, they are not mimicking it perfectly.
The finer details- like the people- are different, and probably even the history/politis/etc, because the real versions of those things depend on the rest of Spira. People in Zanarkand do not know the rest of Spira is there and apparently are not concerned with the questions that come from being the only city in the world.
Tidus is an approximation of Shuyin, explaining their similarities, but beyond that, he NEVER existed until he was born, as a dream, from two dreams, in dream zanarkand.) he is nothing but a piece of their dream. And when they stop dreaming, he will stop being.
- Shiva tells you that despite this, you should not be upset.
- The fayth were human, they existed, they know what humanity and existence is, and what it means.
- And they don’t want Tidus to lose it.
- Her last bit of dialogue could be taken as platitude.
- Not literal.
- They won’t really dream a new world just for him, nor can they- they’ll be gone.
But the fact is, it alludes to Tidus being able to keep on keeping on, regardless. More importantly, it alludes to the Fayth being able to summon despite no longer dreaming. Let us summon a sea in a new dream world. Yojimbo then tells you- “You are a fading dream, but one touched by reality,
Spira will not forget its reality, nor the one who saved it. Run, dream, run on. Pass beyond the waking and walk into daylight. ” It’s vague, but I feel like Yojimbo’s message is explicitly that Tidus is too far gone from being a dream. He’s interacted with the “real world”, with people who are not dreams, with spira.
He’s influenced it. He’s helping it. He’s going to save it, and people from it have a connection to him and love him. And because of that, he will not fade. He will pass beyond the waking of the fayth, the ending of their dream, and live. Most importantly, though, is that after the ending credits, water bubbles, and Tidus swims to the surface of the sea.
- He’s back, with no uncertainty, at the end of FFX.
- This is not foreshadowing, this is pretty explicit.
- His return in FFX-2 is at the end, however.
- But it is in the sea.
- He swims to the surface, is seen by Yuna, and she tearfully has an overwhelming emotional response and jumps from the airship before it even lands to run to him.
And I must remind you that FFX-2 explains all of why this happens and how it is possible. The Fayth knew what they were doing. They remained in Spira because of Shuyin’s resolve, and they rewarded Yuna for her own resolve with Tidus’ return. The implication is that they were capable, all along, of making him a permanent fixture in Spira.
- Presumably they were more concerned with no longer dreaming and dealing with Sin than figuring that out.
- But they explicitly give Yuna the choice to bring him back, and with a 100% complete ending, his existence is solidified (with no ambiguity about whether or not he will disappear).
- FFX is my favorite FF and I think it’s very well done and just the right level of emotional at all points.
(For what it’s worth, I also think FFX-2 is a more than worthy sequel and that it is an incredible game that they did a fantastic job with. It’s one of the best sequels I can think of.) I think they did a great job keeping Tidus’ life foreshadowed and his return implied.
The ending of FFX where he bubbles to the surface (in audio only, IIRC) is enough proof that he was always going to come back, but I think a lot of people would appreciate knowing just what happened, why, and that it wasn’t somebody handwaving him back into the game for thes ake of a campy sequel exploring the world after the fall of the greatest detriment to existence itself that the people have dealt with for a thousand years.
It had meaning, and it was always there. Feel free to ask questions.
What personality type is Tidus?
5 Tidus – ESTP – ESTPs are friendly, warm, excitable puppies who love to make other people smile. They are often successful at this with their shenanigans, although they’re just as likely to get into trouble with their risky behavior. Tidus quickly endears himself even to the people whom he deeply irritates (which is approximately half the party).
What is Tidus personality?
Personality – Tidus is upbeat and carefree and at first appears childish. He turns more serious when things get hectic, and despite his carefree ways, conceals a troubled past. Tidus is sensitive and even when giving an emotional response to most of his arguments, tends to give a good rationale.
Who is better cloud or Tidus?
Tidus or Cloud. Who was the better character? Just to make it clear, this isn’t a ‘who would win in a duel’ thread. Now, out of these two characters, which one do you all think was the overall better character? Tidus or Cloud? This is going to sound shocking, but after watching AC and playing FFVII, I actually thought Tidus was better.
- Sure he whined, but unlike Cloud, he had a reasoning behind the whining.
- Cloud just whined and moped around about nothing.
- He sometimes even created a mental problem when there wasn’t one.
- Plus, Tidus actually liked women, which is a gender that Cloud had proven to dislike time and time again.
- Tidus showed more qualities of being a man unlike Cloud.
Cloud could fight, but as a character he kind of sucked. So I pick Tidus. im gonna agree with u tidus was better he whined but still he was better i like cloud in all but he went with aerith instead of tifa lol but thats not y im going with cloud Tidus is a much better character than Cloud. He had a much better personality, and he had reason to whine and what not. Cloud would just sit and whine about nothing. Cloud is extremely dull as well, and he doesn’t deserve the recognition he gets. Tidus. He was fun. He didn’t bore the hell out of me like Cloud did. And I agree with XCXR, He hade a better personality. Plus Tidus story was a lot better. tidus.cloud was just so boring so emo even though tidus whined alot he was a better character than cloud Whiney>Boring Cloud dressed up like a woman in order to get into a club. why couldnt he kill the guy with the big 25 pound sword he carried? Cloud = transexual. tidus ftw. i thought tidus was better, i like cloud too, but tidus is stronger (in my opinion) Alright, Tidus whens because he has a better personality, but Cloud is cooler though. Tidus got on my nerves alot in FFX. Cloud isn’t cool. Pathetic? Yah. Tidus wins. Cloud did nothing. Nothing. He just sat there. And then as soon as Aerith dies he’s all “No. it’s all my fault. I want forgiveness.”. Whereas Tidus did all that could and did not give up. And another thing, Tidus actually had a story (And an excellent story, at that.) Cloud didn’t exactly have an interesting story. It was interesting until Aerith died, then it all went downhill, since Cloud went emo at that point. I’m the only one who voted for Cloud.sad. It’s just that I find Tidus to be an extremely gay character.just my opinion. Cloud has more depth to his character than Tidus.even though his silence annoys me at times. >_> And another thing, Tidus actually had a story (And an excellent story, at that.) Cloud didn’t exactly have an interesting story. It was interesting until Aerith died, then it all went downhill, since Cloud went emo at that point. You mean Cloud went more emo at that point. So, Tidus says I. TIDUS FTW!!!!! <.< Tidus was Awesome, One of My favorite Final Fantasy Characters, AND I'm Just Like Him, My friends Say O.O His Story was MUCH Better And Sadder than Cloud's in My Opinion,He was this cheerful, person who Just Didnt Bore you,>.>.Cant say the same for cloud though, ALTHOUGH I do RLY like cloud, I Just Like Tidus A Little Better O.O I’m the only one who voted for Cloud.sad. It’s just that I find Tidus to be an extremely gay character.just my opinion. Cloud has more depth to his character than Tidus.even though his silence annoys me at times. >_> At least Tidus didn’t chase after an effeminate man who wears tight pants. Damn.I hate both this guys.but I gonna vote Tidus.he’s upbeat.and actual does things for other people, He is a whiny little chicken wuss but I’d take him over a homosexual Blonde wannbe Zack emo transsexual who wields a giant sword yet does nothing but sit and mope all day about how its his fault Aerith died and who is constantly overused and cliche and quite frankly dull (that was a long description of Cloud.could have been longer.tho.lol) the only plus about Cloud is the fact he has a hottie like Tifa chasing after him. I’m the only one who voted for Cloud.sad. It’s just that I find Tidus to be an extremely gay character.just my opinion. Cloud has more depth to his character than Tidus.even though his silence annoys me at times. >_> Tidus gay? hmh. He is with Yuna. He even made out with Yuna in the game and you say his gay. But yet Cloud still isn’t with Tifa and he still thinks about Sehpy none-stop. I think Cloud is getting to something when he says” Sehpy is my darkness” Cloud dosn’t want to admit his gay. Because he thinks no one like him if he does so he uses line like that. More depth? lol thats funny.XD Tidus gay? hmh. He is with Yuna. He even made out with Yuna in the game and you say his gay. But yet Cloud still isn’t with Tifa and he still thinks about Sehpy none-stop. I think Cloud is getting to something when he says” Sehpy is my darkness” Cloud dosn’t want to admit his gay.
Because he thinks no one like him if he does so he uses line like that. More depth? lol thats funny.XD Another thing. Tidus had two very attractive women running after him, Yuna and Rikku. If he wanted to, he could have had both. Cloud had nobody, he was too busy thinking of a way to pop the question to Sephiroth.
Tidus was better as an overall character, because at the end of the game, he changed more than Cloud did
Does Tidus know Sora?
Tidus is a friend of Sora, Riku, and Kairi, and is a resident of the Destiny Islands, spending most of his time with Wakka and Selphie.