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CG render of the original Biggs and Wedge from Final Fantasy VI.

Biggs (ビックス, Bikkusu?) and Wedge (ウェッジ, Wejji?) are recurring pairing and a running gag in the Final Fantasy series. They almost always appear as a duo, and are named after Star Wars characters, Biggs Darklighter and Wedge Antilles, Luke Skywalker's Red Squadron wingmen in Episode IV: A New Hope.


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Final FantasyEdit

In the Dawn of Souls and the 20th Anniversary remakes of the original Final Fantasy, Biggs and Wedge are some of the automatic names the player can choose for the Thief job.

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy IV)

It is revealed in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years that Biggs and Wedge were the two Red Wings soldiers who questioned Cecil about the King of Baron's orders to raid Mysidia and obtain the Water Crystal, as the Mysidians offered no resistance and had done no harm.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy IV)

Biggs and Wedge ride on the same airship as Cecil and Rosa when they go to Damcyan to celebrate its reconstruction, but they stay behind within the airship and they do not attend the celebration.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

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Biggs and Wedge's Band.

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy IV)

Biggs and Wedge appear in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years as Red Wings soldiers who die protecting Prince Ceodore from an attack led by the Mysterious Girl. The game reveals that Biggs and Wedge were actually the two soldiers who questioned Cecil about stealing the Water Crystal of Mysidia at the beginning of Final Fantasy IV.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy VI)

Biggs, originally mistranslated as Vicks in the original English translation, and Wedge, are two briefly playable characters, who assist Terra Branford on her raid of Narshe. The Vicks mistranslation is referenced in Dissidia Final Fantasy in a tutorial where Biggs, using his Final Fantasy VI sprite says "Huh? You wanted to talk to Vicks?... I have no idea who you're talking about. There is no Vicks, only Biggs. Ahem. Moving along..."

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy VII)

Biggs and Wedge.

Biggs and Wedge, along with a third friend Jessie, are part of the eco-terrorist group, AVALANCHE. They take part in the attacks on Midgar's Sector 1 and Sector 5 Mako Reactors. When Shinra attacks Sector 7 to drop the plate upon the Slums, Biggs and Wedge try to fight to defend the town. They are badly wounded - perhaps even fatally - along with Jessie. They are ultimately killed when the Shinra Company brought down the upper plate on Sector 7.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

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Zack sniping the Biggs machine.

In Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Biggs and Wedge make a small appearance as the names of two paired machines Zack can snipe while escaping from Nibelheim.

Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-Edit

In Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-, Biggs and Wedge get a brief mention. While on the missions in Midgar's Train Graveyard, Vincent can talk with a girl from the World Regenesis Organization (WRO). She mentions that her brother had been part of a rebel group which was against Shinra, and that he had died three years earlier during the dropping of the sector seven plate, implying her brother to be either Biggs or Wedge.

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy VIII)
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Wedge and Biggs.

Major Biggs and Lieutenant Wedge are members of the Galbadia Army. Squall Leonhart, Zell Dincht, Selphie Tilmitt, and Seifer Almasy first meet them in the Dollet Radio Tower, where they are repairing it. Squall, Zell, and Selphie fight them, but the duo are blown away by Elvoret. They are next seen in the D-District Prison, where they have been demoted to Lieutenant and Private, respectively. They are sent to deal with Zell, Selphie, and Quistis Trepe, who have escaped from their cell. Their last appearance is in Lunatic Pandora, where they are considering retiring from the G-Army. They also appear as a Triple Triad card.

Final Fantasy VIII marks the first time Biggs and Wedge manage to live all the way through the game. They also stopped dying in the later installments.

Triple TriadEdit

Biggs, Wedge Card
TTBiggsWedge Element none
Refine 1 refines into 1 X-Potion
Drop none
Card Snow Lion or Funguar
Level 5 (Monster Card) Win none

Final Fantasy XEdit

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Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy X)

In Final Fantasy X, Biggs and Wedge guard the blitzball stadium in Luca and can be recruited for the player's blitzball team. They are considered upper-tier players.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Biggs and Wedge are part of the Gullwings's blitzball team.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

Main article: Gibbs and Deweg

Making a small cameo under the names of Gibbs and Deweg in Final Fantasy XII, they are two Archadian soldiers guarding the entrance to the Mosphoran Highwaste at Nalbina Fortress.

However, the player can gain earlier access to the Mosphoran Highwaste by riding a chocobo up to them. Gibbs will reveal his hatred of chocobos, and start to back off, claiming he used to work around chocobos when he was younger, and could never get their smell out without the help of expensive cologne. Eventually, he'll run away, and Deweg will follow, opening up access to the Highwaste. This is the only time players can see the two.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

The shop B&W Outfitters in the Retail Network refers to Biggs and Wedge. The logo, however, spells out "V+W", likely as a reference to the English mistranslation of Biggs to "Vicks" in Final Fantasy VI.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIEdit

Biggs and Wedge appear in Yusnaan. They are associated with the death games where the player is tasked in slaying thirty monsters. Wedge hosts the Death Safari in the industrial area. Upon winning, Lightning gets a ticket to participate in the Death Game, hosted by Biggs, where Lightning must kill more monsters found within the Chaos infusion in the warehouse district. Completing the quest awards the player with the Dragoon garb. Afterward, Lightning asks Biggs and Wedge to shut down the death games. Lightning can later run into the pair in the city's Aromatic Market, at the bottom of the steps to the Glutton's Quarter, now as traveling musicians playing "Terra's Theme".

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

Main article: Biggs and Wedge (Final Fantasy XIV)
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Biggs and Wedge in A Realm Reborn.

Biggs and Wedge are engineers with the Garlond Ironworks, first encountered in A Realm Reborn when the player rescues them from Garlean hired mercenaries after the crash of their prototype airship the Tiny Bronco.

Biggs is a Sea Wolf Roegadyn while Wedge is a Lalafell.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit

Biggs shows up as an enemy in the introduction battle at Orbonne Monastery, where he is quickly killed by Ramza and Gaffgarion.

Wedge can be encountered as a random-encounter battle ally, occurring only after the player has explored/gained control of much of the world map (story progress: 75%±3%). Whether or not this is a coincidence, is debated by fans, however; the name generator for random enemies encountered in free-walking gameplay does not contain the name Wedge, therefore, his name placement in the random-name generator for random-encounter allies is seemingly deliberate. Wedge's name does not appear in the name generator for hired soldiers.

The Japanese release features a number of sound novel minigames that can be played by acquiring certain Artefacts. One of these, Nanai's Histories, features appearances from Biggs as a bartender and Wedge as his assistant.

Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit


In the English translation of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Biggs is a former business subordinate of Cid Randell. Biggs and Wedge also appear as random names for character units.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

Biggs and Wedge guard the Castle Lux in the game, and until Sol's party is sent by the king to the Crystal Temple, the both will deny them access. They are incredulous and doubts that Sol's party will return safe.

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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Chocobo's Mysterious Dungeon 2Edit

Biggs and Wedge appear as two Black Mages who may assist the player, alongside Jessie, who appeared alongside Biggs and Wedge in Final Fantasy VII.

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon Edit

Biggs and Wedge are the names of two of the nine former heroes who died against the Destroyer. Biggs was a Dark Knight and Wedge was a Dragoon.

Non-Final Fantasy appearancesEdit

Chrono TriggerEdit

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In Chrono Trigger, Biggs and Wedge are the name of two soldiers found in the Tent of Horrors in the Millennial Fair. They are joined by a third soldier named Piette, whose name is likely a reference to Admiral Firmus Piett from Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back and Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Biggs and Wedge along with Piette all have the same generic soldier sprite. Like in Final Fantasy VI, Biggs was called Vicks in the SNES and PlayStation versions, but this was corrected in the Nintendo DS version.

Kingdom Hearts IIEdit

Biggs and Wedge, along with Jessie and Barret from Final Fantasy VII make cameos as shopkeepers in Kingdom Hearts II. Biggs also hosts the Struggle tournament in the Simulated Twilight Town.

The Witch and the Hundred KnightEdit

Two NPCs in the game are named Biggs and Wedge.


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