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A Fantasy 'LINK' Full Of Flowers

One of the more touching parts of the story of Zack and Crisis Core Reunion is the brief time that Zack and Aerith get to spend together in the slums. One of the early promises he makes to Aerith is to help her with operation Midgar Full of Flowers, Wallet Full of Money where they can sell flowers to make Midgar beautiful. In this Crisis Core Reunion Midgar Full of Flowers Trophy Guide we'll go over how to obtain all of the parts needed to create all Flower Wagons.

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The transience of the blossoms, the beauty and quick death, has often been associated with mortality; the death theme is represented in the Final Fantasy series with the use of animated cherry blossoms in strong attacks. After only a week of blossoming the peak is over and the cherry blossoms fall to the ground; this imagery is shown throughout the series as falling flower petals, although the flowers themselves are not always cherry blossoms.

A bouquet of flowers is a significant prop in the opera that Celes partakes in in the Opera House, which she is meant to dramatically part with, symbolic of Maria parting with her love for Draco. This act also reveals Locke's growing feelings for Celes. Cyan crafts his own bouquets of flowers in the World of Ruin to send to Lola, instead of her deceased boyfriend. He is embarrassed when the party arrives, and attempts to hide them from view.

Flowers are associated mainly with Aerith Gainsborough. She is first seen selling flowers on the streets of Midgar, and it is later revealed the only places in Midgar where yellow flowers bloom are in the Sector 5 slums church and Aerith's house. As the world, and especially the areas around Midgar, are depicted as polluted, the flowers symbolize nature and the lifestream.

The flowers in Aerith's church have since featured in Crisis Core, Advent Children and Final Fantasy VII Remake in a larger role, as these are the flowers that Aerith carries to sell in the latter, whereas she did not have any yellow flowers in her basket in the original. The yellow flowers resemble real world Lilium genus of flowers (true lilies), important in culture and literature in much of the world. In the Victorian language of flowers lilies portray love, ardor, and affection for loved ones. Lilies are commonly used at funerals where they signify the soul has been restored to the state of innocence. The Taiwanese lily grows near bodies of clean water, leading to beliefs that harming them damages the environment. Easter lily is a plant endemic to Taiwan and Ryukyu Islands of Japan known as such for symbolizing of the resurrection of Christ.

The yellow flowers that grow in Aerith's church and garden, and the one she gifts to Cloud upon their meeting, are said to symbolize reunion, as per the remake theme of the game itself. At one point, Aerith says she must follow the flower petals to show her the right path through what she believes is a fixed destiny. When Aerith first shows Cloud her garden, she feigns to talk to the flowers like they were her friends, though she admits she can't actually understand the message the flowers may have for her.

In "Episode INTERmission", Yuffie Kisaragi does a dramatic entrance as a distraction to help her friend Zhijie. She discards her moogle costume against a background of what seems like a prop full moon and raining cherry blossom petals .

Flowers still bloom in the church and a spring of lifestream is revealed to be under the flowerbed. In Advent Children Complete, after the end credits, the cliff where Zack Fair died is covered in flowers. Denzel asks Cloud if the cliff is where someone died, but Cloud corrects him and says "it's where a hero began his journey". The Buster Sword has been restored and placed in the church among the flowers. In the very last shot, a flower from the cliff is shown placed on Cloud's desk in front of photographs of him with his friends.

How the flowers in Final Fantasy VII universe represent the lifestream is especially obvious in Advent Children, where whenever Cloud has an encounter with Aerith, he is shown standing on a field of flowers with her.

Julia Heartilly is also associated with flowers, especially roses. Her hotel room is full of flower vases and in the scene where she plays the piano in the lounge there is a vase full of red roses in the background. The theme that plays during Julia and Laguna's conversation in her hotel room is called "Roses and Wine". Red roses are often used to symbolize passion.

The other woman in Laguna's life, Raine, is also associated with flowers, although with a different kind than Julia. Raine was known of growing white flowers in Winhill, and the player can see her ghost in the Winhill pub upon touching the white flowers in the room.

In gameplay, flowers are seen in Selphie's Slot Limit Break, The End, where the opponent is sent to a flower field with white petals flying in the air. The words The End appear and the enemy dies instantly.

Cherry blossoms appear in Yojimbo's summon animation. Flower petals swirl in the night sky when Yuna is next to a tree in full bloom and Yojimbo emerges from behind it, the petals from the tree falling all around him and Yuna. The petals appear again if Yojimbo performs Zanmato and instantly kills the opponent.

Galbana Lilies symbolize Vaan's relationship with his late brother Reks. Galbana Lilies are rare flowers that bloom on the desert, and are said to have been Reks's favorites. Vaan finds a Galbana Lily after he vanquished his first mark, but it gets trampled on by the imperials' chocobo. Later in a flashback/dream sequence Vaan is in a hospital tending to Reks, who sits in the middle of the room completely unresponsive. Vaan places the Galbana Lilies on Reks's lap, but Reks fades away leaving only the flowers behind.

An incarnation of Paddra Nsu-Yeul is often seen carrying a daisy. This Yeul's fondness for flowers illustrates that even if the Yeuls have the same soul, they have different hearts and are thus unique. Daisies symbolize purity and innocence: Yeul was "pure and innocent" in her heart and she wanted to keep the timeline "pure", even though she sometimes had to oppose the law of the Farseers. This makes her the opposite of her partner, Caius.

Yeul's flowers grow about the Wildlands and accelerate Angel of Valhalla's recovery. They cannot be picked up and bloom once a day. They represent Yeul's lingering presence in Nova Chrysalia, and the flowers' healing powers may relate to Yeul's mystical powers.

The Meteia only found dead or dying worlds, and began to regard life as meaningless. They began to strive to end all life in the universe and retreated to Ultima Thule to sing their song of oblivion. When the Scions of the Seventh Dawn traveled to Ultima Thule to challenge Meteion, they sacrificed themselves one by one, until only the Warrior of Light remained. The Warrior used the crystal of Azem to summon Emet-Selch and Hythlodaeus to their side. Using creation magicks, they manifested a bed of Elpis flowers from the Warrior's mind. The sight of the flower field caused Meteion to recall her life back in Elpis, and she was overcome with emotion, and begged the Scions to end her sisters' song. This allowed the Scions to destroy the Meteia, and put an end to their song of oblivion.

Sylleblossoms are blue flowers that Lunafreya Nox Fleuret likes. They remind her of the homeland of Tenebrae where flowers grow in vast blue fields. She pressed a sylleblossom in the Lovers' Notebook when she was young. Lunafreya and Prince Noctis use the book to keep in secret correspondence. Gentiana is a Messenger of the gods in Final Fantasy XV who often stays by Lunafreya's side.

Gladiolus and Iris Amicitia have names related to flowers. Gladiolus takes Noctis on a tour to get flowers for Iris, and the two find a meadow upon volcanic ground where pink star-shaped flowers bloom. Gladiolus has Noctis give the flowers to Iris to mimic a romantic gesture, knowing it would make her happy though Noctis is confused by it. Other characters to have flower-related names are Gentiana (a flower that perhaps coincidentally looks like a sylleblossom) and Camelia Claustra.

The sylleblossoms represent Lunafreya and her connection to Noctis. The flower preserved in the notebook could represent Lunafreya's spirit always watching over him. Their falling petals appearing in the ending serves a similar role as the symbolism of falling cherry blossoms in Japanese culture. The young Lunafreya also told Noctis the flowers are used to weave the Tenebraean royal family's crowns. She likewise told him the Crystal's calling is to crown the True King. Lunafreya giving Noctis a pressed sylleblossom, a flower supposedly for a king's crown, could thus allude to her role as the Oracle who helps the True King fulfill the prophecy.

A Trade Accessory called Midgar Flower appears based on the flowers seen in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children. It is obtainable only by completing the Prologus Expert Accomplishment in Dissidia 012 Prologus Final Fantasy.

Squall, at first believing that he lives for nothing but battle and has nothing to go back to following the conflict in Grymoire, eventually decides that he wishes to plant flowers throughout the world because they help relax people and make things peaceful. In Final Fantasy VIII, when Squall is tortured in the D-District Prison, if the player chooses to have him lie, he will state to the guard that the secret mission of SeeD is spread flowers throughout the world to make people docile, allowing them to invade. Following the battle with the Cogna alongside Shelke, Squall states that his flowers idea was "the only thing I could come up with." 350c69d7ab


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