This is the logo for Final Fantasy IV it stands out because i can remember which game is that

This is the logo from the DS version of IV, because I like it better than the original one. (I might do the original one too, if any one is dying for it) Enormously huge PNG file: Vec.

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Feminism and Final Fantasy (Part Two)

Week 3 - Final Fantasy III - Remake Sat - Special: Final Fantasy Retrospective: The Famicom Years

Final Fantasy III: Ingus - Knight -looks like he's tired... Like seriously princess plez sthap

Final Fantasy III: Ingus - Knight -looks like he's tired. Like seriously princess plez sthap

Arc - Freelancer - Characters & Art - Final Fantasy III (DS)

Final Fantasy III art gallery containing characters, concept art, and promotional pictures.

Idk y ppl think of arc as a black mage he is such an innocent cutiepie i put him as a white mage

image: Character illustrations from Final Fantasy III DS . The Four DS Warriors of Light; (From left to right) Arc, Refia, Luneth, and Ingus. Artwork by Akihiko Yoshida.

Final Fantasy III (DS) -  Luneth

Final Fantasy III art gallery containing characters, concept art, and promotional pictures.

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Final Fantasy III art gallery containing characters, concept art, and promotional pictures.

IV The following is a gallery of concept art for Final Fantasy IV and its official novelization. All versions included. Much of the original concept was drawn by Yoshitaka Amano, with Kazuko Shibuya doing the artwork for the in-game sprites. Akira Oguro and Airi Yoshioka did artwork for the DS remake. Nintendo Power magazine did their own illustrations for their guide book for the original American release.

Final Fantasy IV/Concept art

IV The following is a gallery of concept art for Final Fantasy IV and its official novelization. All versions included. Much of the original concept was drawn by Yoshitaka Amano, with Kazuko Shibuya doing the artwork for the in-game sprites. Akira Oguro and Airi Yoshioka did artwork for the DS remake. Nintendo Power magazine did their own illustrations for their guide book for the original American release.

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