Oh, really. Never knew.
So, um, lemme get this straight...
The only two ways to stop Sephiroth from coming back are to inflict amnesia on Cloud, or kill Cloud.
Well, Cloud shoud've really just committed suicide, it'll save everyone a LOT of trouble. [I'm kidding about the suicide part, of course, but just the suicide part.]
Current Main: Tidus / Jecht / Onion Knight / Cloud of Darkness
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Dissidia is explained simply by virtue of being a reference to the original source materials. But Sephiroth has always had something of an obsession with Cloud, due to the defeat at Nibelheim. Despite the fact that some people believe this motivation was hastily tacked on, if you look back at the original game, a lot of things start to make sense when viewed through that perspective. Most notably, why on Gaia would Sephiroth devote so much time to destabalizing Cloud's--& only Cloud's--mental state?This is pretty damn interesting, and explains Sephiroth's seeming obssesions with Cloud in Advent Children and Dissidia: he's using him to stay alive.
At this point, pretty much. But then you still have the problem of Sephiroth being in the Lifestream. At present, the way I figure, there are only 2 ways to defeat Sephiroth:The only two ways to stop Sephiroth from coming back are to inflict amnesia on Cloud, or kill Cloud.
1. Make him have another heel face turn, back to the good guy he was before.
2. Introduce new information to the Compilation. Something that can weaken him.
And then there are those who believe he's already been killed off for good, but they're hardly worth a mention.
Last edited by Neo Bahamut; 06-12-2010 at 03:53 AM.