Mate, I've been sending tons of mail to your firstname.lastname@example.org account and have yet to ever hear back from you. Check your emails duder!Some people covered the pizza = Midgar plate thing so I'll not go into that again. One thing I did want to bring up is that Hojo did not "pit" Red XIII against Aeris. In actuality, Hojo was trying to interbred the two of them as Aeris is the last of the Ancients and there's not a whole lot of Red XIII's species left around. Basically, he's REAL weird and freaky.Cloud: "What do you think you're doing'?"Hojo: "Lending a helping hand to an endangered species... Both of them are on the brink of extinction..."Hojo: "If I don't help, all these animals will disappear."Red XIII, after assisting your party, even delivers the following line"I have a right to choose, too. I don't like two-legged things."Oh, right! As far Enemy Skills, (you're gonna love this...) the way it works is you have to acquire specific skills from specific enemies to fill out the material. What basically happens is that if you find an enemy that has a skill that is pre-programmed into the Enemy Skill materia, whoever has the materia equipped must be hit with that move and SURVIVE the attack in order to learn that move. You must then win the battle because if you lose, then you're going to have to do it all over again.So let's say Thundershock is a move that was pre-programmed into Enemy Skill. If you have it equipped on Cloud, you must find the specific enemy that uses Thundershock and have the enemy use that move on Cloud in order for the move to be learned; Cloud cannot die from that attack or he fails to learn the move. When you beat the enemy and finish the battle, the move is considered "saved" to the Enemy Skill materia. Note that you must do this for each Enemy Skill materia you own. Good times, no?