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- updated 04/21/05 4:00 PM (cst)

                    Final Fantasy Origins FAQ/Walkthrough
                            For the Playstation
                                Version 1.6
                           Written by Pseudonym

Version 1.6: March 25th, 2005 - A small update. Fixed a few things and completed some more maps.

This document is licensed for public use according to the GNU Free Documentation License. Copyright 2005 T.C. aka Pseudonym.


  • Squaresoft for making this game as well as many others.
  • My brother for his help with my "work in progress" Final Fantasy 2 section.
  • Demi (of NeoDemiForce) for his unofficial Final Fantasy 2 translation.
  • Guitarfreak for trying to make some ASCII art for me. Thanks!
  • Kadamony for his insight on the GNU FDL and for the Copyright Notice.
  • Mountain Dew, Pepsi, and Coke for helping me stay awake while I'm writing.


The wikibooks guide has been imported here. Feel free to merge info or replace pages or whatever, tag those unwatned with {{Delete}}. Here are those pages. -- Mason11987 (Talk - Contributions) 10:50, 15 October 2006 (CDT)

Unused image[edit]

File:FFI enemie Air.gif --DrBob (Talk) 07:08, 27 January 2007 (CST)

Orphaned page[edit]

Final Fantasy/Gaze is currently orphaned, and should probably be merged into another page. --DrBob (Talk) 06:58, 24 February 2007 (CST)

Source for plot/background infro[edit]

I've been looking over some of the new pages, and a lot of them have information on a back story for characters and locations, such as the history of Cornelia. Is there any canon basis for this information? I don't recall any of the versions giving this information, unless it's in the new PSP version.

If it isn't canon, would anybody mind if we got rid of it? If it is canon, would anybody mind if we got rid of it? It really doesn't seem relevant to the game, considering how FF1 isn't a story intensive game. Perhaps the FF wiki would want it? It seems more appropriate for an encyclopedia than a strategy guide. Also, if it is fan-made, where did it come from? Was it originally created here, or was it copied from another site? If it was copied, do we have permission to take it? I'm mostly concerned that the /History page is a copyright violation. - Koweja 19:18, 16 August 2007 (CDT)

If it's canon, I see no problem with it, otherwise it should definately be gotten rid of. Do you know where that history page is copied from? -- Prod (Talk) 12:37, 19 August 2007 (CDT)
I have no idea where it came from. The page history says it was created in 2004, but the Final Fantasy parent page wasn't created until 2006. Maybe it was migrated from Wikibooks? A lot of FF1 pages were dumped here a little while ago.
The /Story page was copied from Wikipedia, and is canon, so that's perfectly fine. I've moved a lot of the fluff from the main guide pages, so the story section is now only on one page, which works for me. I'll keep looking around to see if the /History page is a copyvio of a fan site. - Koweja 09:47, 20 August 2007 (CDT)
I think you're right, the page definately came from wikibooks. If you find it is a {{copyvio}}, label it as such and we'll take care of it. -- Prod (Talk) 21:57, 20 August 2007 (CDT)

Walkthrough Section Titles[edit]

In the ToC, where did these come from? Are they actual titles from the game? If so, let's move the current pages to their correct names and move them up a tier so they aren't under /Walkthrough/. --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 17:23, 19 September 2007 (CDT)

The chapter names were made up by the original author - the game itself does not have chapters. Would it be better to rename something along the lines of /Part 1, /Part 2, etc or /Page 1, /Page 2, etc. since they breaks are (somewhat) arbitrary?
As for moving them up a level, is there a reason why? They are subsections of /Walkthrough just as /Walkthrough is a subsection of the whole guide. If there is a site policy on not going multiple levels down, then by all means, we can move them. - Koweja 00:29, 20 September 2007 (CDT)
In fact, this is policy. On StrategyWiki:Guide/Organizing the pages you'll see this: "Other walkthrough pages should be subpages of the main guide (e.g. Game/Level 1) rather than of the walkthrough (e.g. Game/Walkthrough/Level 1). If it has an official name you might consider using that instead a generic numbered page." I'm thinking that changing Chapter to Part sounds like a good idea, but what about the ToC? It doesn't reflect that. Is the ToC accurate? Why not change the page names to reflect the current ToC names? --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 11:43, 20 September 2007 (CDT)
Or change the links in the ToC to reflect the page names, with a caption. [[FF/Part 1]] - From x to y -- Prod (Talk) 18:55, 20 September 2007 (CDT)
Not a problem, I'll do it tomorrow (probably). - Koweja 20:01, 20 September 2007 (CDT)