Final Fantasy X Easter Egg - The Holy Castle's Cameo

After Alexander's (way too) brief appearance in FFIX, I was hoping that everybody's favorite giant robot castle would get a little more screen-time in FFX. As disappointed fanboys such as myself soon found out however, he obviously didn't.

But the creators of the game clearly couldn't bring themselves to completely leave out the loyal summon that has appeared in every FF game since FFVI... so they granted him (it?) a clever little cameo:


Just play the game until you open up Djose Temple.
Now walk back from the temple entrance to the exit that leads to the bridge, but don't leave the screen.
from here you should get a good look at the temple, even through the flying boulders.
Notice anything familiar? Djose Temple IS Alexander! No way that's just a coincidence. The head, the leg-towers, the shoulder...thingies. It's him alright.

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 05-06-2004
Reviewed By: Webmaster
Special Requirements: the game... or maybe FFX-2 in stead
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Aceprobe writes:
Yeah they look almost exactly the same. Except the Djose temple doesn't have wings.
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Casull writes:
Final Fantasy Unlimited, you mean? He's not. Alexander, that is. Some of the more obscure summons ARE however... Typhoon, Bismarck, Titan. (I'm a terrible FF summon groupie ;D) Oh, and we finally find out what the Moogles' little pom-pom thingies are good for.
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Edster writes:
I wonder if he's also in the new SquareEnix's anime series Final Fantasy Ultimate. I saw a preview of it in unofficial Brittish PS2 mag PSM2 on their DVD, also with MGS3, J+D3 and R+C3 3D TD ABC CCTV... Anyways, of what I saw was completely mind-shagging. Wei-erd. A Japanese Yellow Submarine, I am telling you. Had a Chocobo in it. And a three-barrelled gun. Probably called a trifle or summing.
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