Cloud Strife is the main protagonist in the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, appearing as the main protagonist in both Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. He also appears in the spin-off games Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- and Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- as a supporting character.
An arrogant and proud swordsman at first, believing himself to be a member of an elite warrior unit called SOLDIER, Cloud discovers that the memories of who he was were not his own and, with the help of his friends, learns that there is more to being a hero than possessing physical strength and fame.
Sephiroth is the primary antagonist of Final Fantasy VII, and one of the major villains of its extended universe. A member of SOLDIER, Sephiroth was idolized for his supreme strength and considered a war hero. After misinterpreting his origins, and believing himself to be the only remaining survivor of the Ancients, Sephiroth enacts a vendetta against mankind, with the ultimate goal of becoming a god and controlling the Planet. Many of the events in Final Fantasy VII are underlined by Cloud Strife and his friends trying to locate Sephiroth in order to make sense of unresolved questions laid forth early in the game.
Zack Fair is a non-playable character from Final Fantasy VII and the main protagonist of its prequel, Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-. The wielder of the Buster Sword before Cloud Strife, Zack received the Buster Sword from his predecessor Angeal Hewley. Zack is a 1st Class SOLDIER and is Cloud's best friend during their time working for the Shinra Electric Power Company. He is affectionately nicknamed "the puppy" in Before Crisis and Crisis Core.
Angeal Hewley is a 1st Class SOLDIER, approximately 25 years old. He is the son of Gillian Hewley and Dr. Hollander, Hollander created Angeal for Project G. He plays the role of Zack Fair's mentor in Crisis Core, and passes down the Buster Sword to him. His true character is stoic and serious, but he has a playful side, giving Zack the nickname "Zack the Puppy". Angeal gets along well with the 1st Classes, Sephiroth and Genesis. He bears two white wings on the right side of his back, which seems to cause him some uneasiness as he considers them the traits of a monster. He has a small fanclub in Crisis Core, called the Keepers of Honor. He is voiced by Kazuhiko Inoue in Japanese, and Josh Gilman in English.
Vincent Valentine is an optional playable character in Final Fantasy VII, and main character of Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-. A former Turk with a mysterious past, Vincent's hidden secrets tie him directly to several of the Compilation's main antagonists.
Vincent's weapon of choice is a handgun and his Limit Breaks cause him to shapeshift as a result of the experiments Hojo performed on him. His Japanese voice actor is Shougo Suzuki, and he is voiced by Steven Jay Blum in English. Since his introduction, Vincent has become one of the most popular characters in the Compilation.
Reno is a prominent member of the Turks who appears in the Compilation of Final Fantasy VII, and is always accompanied by fellow Turk, Rude. In battle, he wields an Electro-Mag Rod, a nightstick with a taser on one end. Reno also has a penchant for gossiping and is a competent helicopter pilot. In recent projects, Reno is voiced by Keiji Fujiwara in the Japanese version, with Quinton Flynn in the English version.
Squall Leonhart is the primary protagonist of Final Fantasy VIII. A young and aloof SeeD mercenary for much of the game, others view Squall as a cold and focused person. However, the events of the game cause Squall to question the way he has chosen to live his life, and he matures into a heroic and caring swordsman. Squall's weapon, the gunblade, is one of the most iconic weapons of the Final Fantasy series. He is a gunblade specialist and is one of the few people to have mastered the notoriously difficult weapon, along with Seifer.
Tidus is the main protagonist of Final Fantasy X and a rising blitzball star player from Zanarkand. After the gargantuan monster known as Sin attacks his hometown, Tidus is transported to the world of Spira. Lost, confused, and seemingly out of place, Tidus meets a newly-fledged summoner, Yuna, and her guardians. Yuna is to set out on a pilgrimage in an attempt to put an end to Sin and by joining Yuna on her pilgrimage, Tidus hopes he will find his way home.
Auron is a playable character in Final Fantasy X. He is a former warrior monk of Yevon, Guardian of High Summoner Braska, and is Tidus's caretaker. Auron's complex and mysterious past, revealed in pieces during the game, directly ties into the stories of Braska and Tidus's father Jecht, and helps set the stage for the game's events. In the English localization of Final Fantasy X
Seymour Guado is a character in Final Fantasy X. He is temporarily playable in one battle and otherwise serves as one of the game's primary antagonists. As a Maester in the church of Yevon, Seymour has considerable influence over Spira and is a skilled spellcaster and Summoner. However, Seymour uses his power to work towards a sinister end: his ultimate desire is to destroy Spira, believing he will "free" its people from the cycle of sorrow and suffering Sin has trapped them in.
Vaan is the main character in Final Fantasy XII and the main protagonist of the direct sequel, Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. Though he is not strictly the game's protagonist, the story is told from his point-of-view, thus making him more of a viewpoint character, since he shares the same amount of importance with the previously proposed main character, Basch fon Ronsenburg. His status as "protagonist" in Final Fantasy XII is indicative of his development; he was the last main playable character to be conceived, but the first one to be drawn -- this was in an attempt to appeal to the target audiences' demographics, in place of Basch.
Basch fon Ronsenburg is a playable character in Final Fantasy XII. A disgraced knight, Basch had his name ruined throughout Ivalice, when he was believed to have murdered King Raminas B'nargin Dalmasca, causing the country's downfall. Initially, the developers had intended Basch to be the game's main character; however, they quickly shifted the focus to Vaan and Penelo after reconsidering the players' demographics
Snow Villiers is a playable character in Final Fantasy XIII. He is a strong character and is capable of running at full speed while carrying a person, stepping on metal and easily bending it. Snow is determined to save Serah and Cocoon.
Hope Estheim is a playable character in Final Fantasy XIII. He is the son of Nora and Bartholomew Estheim, who works for the Sanctum. In the beginning of the game, he loses his mother in the Hanging Edge during the Purge. He blames Snow Villiers for her death and seeks revenge.
Brigadier General Cid Raines is a non-player character in Final Fantasy XIII, and one of the long line of characters named Cid in the series. Cid works for the Guardian Corps and is the commander of the Wide-area Response Brigade, a military unit otherwise known as the "Cavalry".
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