Our clan has a very strict entrance examination. We should begin yours at once... And you pass. Moogles are quick to make up their minds, kupo.
Clan Centurio(セントリオ, Sentorio?) is one of the many clans in the world of Ivalice. Starting out small, they expand to become one of the largest clans. Some of the members can be found in the Japanese version of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance as the first members of Clan Nutsy.
Model of Gilgamesh's counterfeit Revolver from Final Fantasy XII. Gilgamesh is a traveling swordsman and recurring character in most Final Fantasy games since Final Fantasy V. In V, he wielded the Excalipoor, a sword that always dealt one damage, believing that it was the legendary blade Excalibur, and in every game since then, Gilgamesh has traveled the realms, searching for legendary weapons, only for them to always turn out to be counterfeit. (Humorously, in Final Fantasy IX, he turns down the Excalibur II, arguably the most difficult weapon to obtain in the entire series, for the Excalipur, a variation of the Excalipoor).
In Gilgamesh's boss fight in XII, he wields a number of "legendary" weapons across the series, including Squall Leonhart's Revolver, a gunblade engraved with Griever, a lion crest that, according to Squall, symbolizes strength and courage. Unfortunately for Gilgamesh, his Revolver is instead engraved with a Chocobo. Aside from being amusing, Gilgamesh's collection of weapons, which in XII includes the Buster Sword of Final Fantasy VII, the Orichalcum of Final Fantasy IX, and Ivalician weapons like the Zantetsuken, Tournesol, and Wyrmhero Blade, helps tie together the continuity of the Final Fantasy series, which takes place in many different universes of multiple genres, but still has a shared history of recurring characters ... and mediocre swords.