Final Fantasy Dissidia

JECHT


Jecht came to Spira from a magically-summoned replica of Zanarkand, created from the memories of those who lived in the original and maintained by Yu Yevon, the Summoner who was Zanarkand's leader one thousand years prior to the events of Final Fantasy X. Jecht became a star Blitzball player, perfecting his own technique, "Sublimely Magnificent Jecht Shot Mark III," otherwise known as the Jecht Shot.

http://www.4shared.com/rar/6UJoeqJV/Jecht.html



CLOUD AC


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.

http://www.4shared.com/rar/qG1n-bdo/Cloud.html



TIFA AC


Bright and optimistic, Tifa always cheers up the others when they're down. But don't let her looks fool you, she can decimate almost any enemy with her fists..

http://www.4shared.com/rar/uHW2OtTO/TifaAC.html




COSMOS


Cosmos is the goddess of harmony who opposes Chaos in Dissidia Final Fantasy and its prequel Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. She is the only completely original character to appear in the Dissidia series, and is voiced by Sumi Shimamoto and Veronica Taylor (credited as Kathleen McInerney) in Japanese and English, respectively.


http://www.4shared.com/rar/CTjXyZRK/Cosmos.html

SQUALL




Squall is known as a "lone wolf" by his peers because he never shows his feelings and even comes off as cold to his allies. His superiors, such as his teacher, Quistis Trepe, consider him difficult to deal with but greatly respect his natural talents.

Lightning




Lightning, real name Claire Farron, is the main protagonist of Final Fantasy XIII as well as the narrator and a playable character in Final Fantasy XIII-2.
She is initially shown to be a cold person, often distancing herself from her companions; however, as the story progresses, she is shown to have a caring side, especially during her time traveling with Hope Estheim, showing him the ropes of battle. She fights to survive and see her sister, Serah, come out of crystal stasis.
Lightning has the distinction of being one of the few female main protagonists of games in the mainstream Final Fantasyseries, the others being Terra Branford and Celes Chere fromFinal Fantasy VI.




Zidane





"Virtue - You don't need a reason to help people."
—Zidane's quote
Zidane Tribal is the main protagonist of Final Fantasy IX. He is a thief who works for the Tantalus Theater Troupe. His name has varied in spelling according to the game's localization as "Yitán" (Spanish), "Gidan" (Italian) and "Djidane" (French).





Vaan





"One of these days I’ll fly an airship of my own. I’ll be a sky pirate, free to go where I will."
—Vaan
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.





Terra Branford





"A mysterious young woman, controlled by the Empire, and born with the gift of magic..."
—SNES version
"A mysterious young woman, born with the gift of magic, and enslaved by the Gestahlian Empire"
—GBA version
Terra Branford, named Tina in the Japanese version, is a playable character in Final Fantasy VI. A half-human, half-Esper, Terra is one of the only humans able to naturally cast magic, Celes being only infused with the ability, and the only human-Esper hybrid in existence. Her unique abilities make her a key player in the war between the Gestahlian Empire and the rebel factions. Terra is depicted in-game with mint green hair, but in all other appearances, she has blonde hair.
Her gameplay name before the player is able to name her is??????, and her "name" in dialogue is Girl.
Yoshinori Kitase has stated in an interview that Final Fantasy VI has no official main character, as the developers aimed to give the entire cast equal development and standing without anyone standing above the rest. However, Terra features prominently in much of the game's artwork and is pivotal to its plot: she is present in the game's logo, the game's main theme is named after her and she was chosen as the heroine to represent Final Fantasy VI in Dissidia. Thus, she is widely considered to be the game's central protagonist among fans.
http://www.4shared.com/file/ttlMUzPq/Terra.html



Sephiroth







"A legendary member of SOLDIER once revered as a hero."
—Description

Sephiroth is one of the villains fighting for the side of Chaosin Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. A legendary SOLDIER operative who wields an impossibly long blade with great ease, but one day, he discovered the secrets of his past and went rogue. In battle, he combines that reach with incredibly swift swordplay that crushes opponents in the blink of an eye. Standing apart from the other villains, Sephiroth has little interest in either destroying the world or ruling it, working towards a separate goal. His immediate desire is to face his arch-rival Cloud, and he manipulates Cloud's emotions to force him into battle.

http://www.4shared.com/file/MFvEi13g/Sephiroth.html


PPrishe





"A spunky lass who uses a rough form of hand-to-hand combat in battles. Prishe enjoys exploring the world freely with her child-like, rowdy behavior and rude words."
—Description
Prishe is a secret playable character in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, appearing with Shantotto as the second representative of Final Fantasy XI. Confident and foul-mouthed, she is a combination Monk and White Mage and also fights with magic and weapon skills. In her original game she was intended to be the vessel for Promathia, the Twilight God, until the darkness inside of her was crystallized, turning her immortal. Along with Selh'teus and the player character, Prishe was instrumental in Promathia's destruction. Like Shantotto, Prishe is a Warrior of Cosmos and, as a secret character, she has no impact on the main storyline and no villain opposing her. However, she is mostly responsible for recruiting the Warrior of Light.



Rinoa Heartilly



is the primary female protagonist of Final Fantasy VIII. She is the seventeen-year-old daughter of General Caraway, a high-ranking officer in the Galbadian army, and Julia Heartilly, a successful pianist and singer. Rinoa is a member of the Forest Owls, a resistance faction seeking to liberate the small nation of Timber from Galbadian occupation. When Squall and his party of SeeD help the resistance movement fight Galbadia, Rinoa decides to stay with them; as a result she ends up falling in love with Squall. In battle, she uses a weapon called a "Blaster Edge", which consists of an arm holster and a projectile that returns like a boomerang. In her Combine Limit Break, she attacks in unison with her dog, Angelo. When Rinoa gains Sorceress powers, she acquires a second Limit Break, Angel Wing, which increases her spell-casting ability, along with rendering her in a state of "magic" berserk for the remainder of the battle.