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A corpulent executive of the Shinra Electric Power Company in charge of the space program. A supremely ineffective member of the executive staff, the needs of his division are universally ignored.
The president of Shinra Electric Power Company in Final Fantasy VII.
Professor Hojo is a villain in Final Fantasy Vll. He is responsible for experiments conducted on some of the games most prominent characters.
Red XIII comes from a family of warriors who are the guardians of Cosmo Canyon. His real name is Nanaki and his species live for hundreds of years. He joins Cloud and company in their fight against Sephiroth.
Reeve is head of Shinra's Urban Development Department and the controller of Cait Sith.
Reno is a member of the Turks that was first featured in Final Fantasy VII.
Ruby Weapon is an optional super-boss from the game Final Fantasy VII. Ruby Weapon was added to the North American, PAL, and International releases of Final Fantasy VII. It is not present in the original Japanese release.
Rude is one of the Turks. One of the most prominent villans in Final Fantasy VII.
Rufus is the President of the Shinra Electric Power Company, and is one of the most prominent villains of Final Fantasy Vll. He also makes several other appearances throughout the entire Compilation of Final Fantasy VII.
Sapphire Weapon is an enemy within the game Final Fantasy VII. It is destroyed by the Sister Ray when it rises out of the sea, in an attempt to destroy Junon Harbor.
Scarlet is one of the executives of the Shinra company.
Sephiroth is the main villain in the Final Fantasy VII series. He wants to destroy the world by summoning a huge meteor and it is up to Cloud and his friends to try and stop him.
A female summon that is featured in countless Final Fantasies.
Tifa Lockheart is one of the three female protagonists that first appeared in Square-Enix's Final Fantasy VII. She is a tough fighter as well as a compassionate person. She is one of the possible romantic interests of her childhood friend Cloud Strife.
Summonable Earth-type creature from the Final Fantasy series. He resembles a giant and often attacks by throwing large builders or by stomping on the floor.
Tseng is the leader of the Turks, and one of the most important villains in Final Fantasy Vll.
Ultima Weapon, also known as Atma Weapon or Ultimate Weapon, is a recurring superboss within the Final Fantasy franchise. It makes appearances throughout the series as mandatory parts of the story progression, as well as an optional enemy.
Vincent Valentine is an optional party member in Final Fantasy VII and stars as the main playable character in the FFVII spin-off game Dirge of Cerberus. He has a dark and mysterious past, and fights solely to atone for the sins he believes he himself to have committed.
Wedge is a recurring character in the Final Fantasy franchise, often along with Biggs to offer comic relief. He is named after Wedge Antilles, one of Luke Skywalker's wingmen in Starwars Episode IV.
Yuffie is secret character in Final Fantasy VII. She's a ninja from Wutai. Her passion is collecting Materia which she mostly obtain through illicit means.
Zack Fair is the main protagonist in Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII. He is close friend of Cloud Strife and the wielder of the Buster Sword.
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