Final Fantasy

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In Final Fantasy II The Wild Rose Rebellion, also referred to as the Rebel Army, is a resistance organization fighting against the Empire of Palamecia. The name comes from the symbol of the Kingdom of Fynn, the Wild Rose which appears below. Above  is the hero Firion and the Wild Rose .

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Final Fantasy IX  has The Red Rose which is Queen Brahne’s personal airship.


Above is the logo of Squaresoft the company that makes the Final Fantasy series. Within the logo is the pyramid and within the name itself is square.
Above is the logo of Squaresoft the company that makes the Final Fantasy series. Within the logo is the pyramid and within the name itself is square.

The Turks are an organization in Shinra. They scout for possible candidates for SOLDIER.""This violently? I thought they were kidnapping someone.""They're also involved in a lot of dirty stuff on the side. Spying, murder... you know." —Cloud and Aeris
The Turks are an organization in Shinra. They scout for possible candidates for SOLDIER.””This violently? I thought they were kidnapping someone.””They’re also involved in a lot of dirty stuff on the side. Spying, murder… you know.” —Cloud and Aeris

Final Fantasy VII includes The Turks a group that perform covert operations on behalf of Shinra, including espionage, kidnappings and assassinations. They also scout for potential candidates for Shinra’s elite military unit, SOLDIER, and serve as bodyguards for the Shinra executives.


Sephiroth, in Final Fantasy VII, is the main villain. According to Kabbalah’s teaching, the Sephirot (also spelled “sephiroth”) (singular sefirah) are the ten emanations and attributes of God with which he continually sustains the universe in existence. 
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