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Hyper_Crazy 04-04-07 21:39

You can still do that.
Just use Cure on them. XD

Phlip 04-04-07 21:41

Well that's just stupid! The people you played had crystaly arms. I have very vivid memories of the game because I played it a very very long time ago and I remember something abot a train station.

Hyper_Crazy 04-04-07 21:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by Phlip (Post 1703064)
Well that's just stupid! The people you played had crystaly arms. I have very vivid memories of the game because I played it a very very long time ago and I remember something abot a train station.

Um, I think your talking Final Fantasy VII (7), did the main character have blond spiky hair?

Phlip 04-04-07 21:43

Yeah! And it was for ps1.

And every time you went in a battle there was white flash.

Hyper_Crazy 04-04-07 21:44

Final Fantasy VII. Wow, that was ages ago, things have changed since then.

Phlip 04-04-07 21:46

I hate change :rolleyes:

I just have a very good memory for small details.

Hyper_Crazy 04-04-07 21:47

Why, change is good, well not always.

Phlip 04-04-07 21:48

I also remember in that train station that crystal person was holding on a ledge because there was a massive hole in the floor and he fell ages down, and there was this girl holding a bunch of flowers.

Was there any sound for that one?

Hyper_Crazy 04-04-07 21:52

Crystal, whats Crystal, the main character is a dude named Cloud.

Rivendell 04-04-07 21:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by Phlip (Post 1703064)
Well that's just stupid!

Nah it's not, it's pretty strategic sometimes.

'Curing' or using healing spells on some creatures (undead ones) usually hurts them.


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