Good plot Ff7 remake Part 2 departs significantly from the original game, we can assume that Claude and his companions will explore familiar locations such as Gold Saucer, Costa del Sol, and Vutai. One of the places we can see in the next installment is Cosmo Canyon. There, we are likely to finally get an answer to a question many of us have been doing for decades.
Spoiler ahead to original Final Fantasy VII.
Cosmo Canyon is where Cloud Red learns about XIII’s past on how the Lifestream works, and the threat represents the planet Cefiorth. And a huge, goofy secret Ff7 remake Part 2 will, of course, have to be explained positively – what is happening with Bugenhain’s butt?
Bugenhain, Cosmo Canyon has a large village and is the grandfather of Red XIII. He is observant at the top of the ridge with a large telescope and some sort of spongy Danger Room / Holodeck setup, perfect for spontaneous lectures about ecology and spirituality.
I played Final Fantasy VII Back to PlayStation (1) in 1997, and several times over the years on other platforms. My experience with Ff7 Spinoff games like crisis Core And Havoc of cerebus Much more specifically for such articles the Internet is limited to falling down the rabbit hole. I have since learned that she is swimming on a large green materia, her legs crossed in yogic fashion. Frankly, it is not clear in the original by any means Ff7.
And no, I’m not the only person who was confused by the lower half of Bugenhagen.
As a child, I decided that Bugenhain was a bee, perhaps one of those girls, working at the Wall Market at Honey Bee Inn. It was not strange to imagine a final fantasy involving non-human characters in the main fictional roles, especially because I was 100 percent convinced Emperor Gestalt Final Fantasy VI Lhasa was Apso. (This is a breed of little dog particularly liked by fancy old women.) This headcon made Kefka a very bad villain in my eyes – not only did he destroy the world, he made a rock dog a Killed with a rock!
The dog-emperor Gesthal was actually such a common misinterpretation that the Ffxiv Devas riffed on this in the design of one of the MMO’s minions.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Part 2 aims to clarify what is happening with Bugenhain’s business end. There is no way around it. The most obvious reason is because the graphics are very good on current and next-gen consoles. I don’t have to tell you how beautiful and expressive the character designs are Ff7 remake. (But I have!) But this is a description that we will finally, After all But to get clarity.
There is no real evidence, I speculate, that the updated version of Bugenhain is about to split the difference between the classic Yoda and Baby Yoda. As you would expect from someone with the job title of “Elder”, he is very old and walks gingerly in his house, perhaps with a stick. He has legs and feet, but he is 130, so they don’t work so well.
In the original game, Buggy had a group of gadgets in his house, but we had never really heard of them. This time, we need to get a better understanding that he is a tinkerer, an inventor, a bit of a Doc Brown audball. This will help explain the materia-powered hover-thing that he uses during his Lifestream chat. It’s a little bit like Baby Yoda’s pod, but it’s not something she uses all the time, just short bursts.
Whether I’m right or completely off-base, it will be very interesting to see what they do to Bugenhain in Part 2. If you want a refresher, here is a small snippet from one of his most memorable scenes.
Final Fantasy VII Remake Currently under development.