December 25th - January 1stEdit
Screenshot of the party from Final Fantasy V during the first time they encounter Ghido. True to the spirit of the game, which is much more lighthearted and humorous than most entries in the Series, Bartz' surprise at meeting a talking turtle is shown by means of a rather odd exclamation.
December 18th - December 25thEdit
Artwork of characters from Final Fantasy IV gazing upon an immense Crystal. Crystals are one of the defining features of the Final Fantasy series, appearing in nearly every game. They are often a source of power pursued by the villains, forcing the heroes to seek them first. There are nine Crystals to be found in Final Fantasy IV: four aligned with the Classical Greek elements, another four aligned with darkness, and a special Crystal used in the final battle. It is not clear which of these is represented in the artwork.
December 4th - December 18thEdit
Artwork of "Dueler X" aka Mog from Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. A recurring character in the Chocobo Series, Mog has delusions of grandeur and is a friendly rival to Chocobo, traveling with him but always looking to steal treasure and glory for himself. In Chocobo Tales under his "Dueler X" disguise, Mog teaches Chocobo about pop-up duels. He reappears in Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon using the similar alias "Dungeon Hero X". In both games everyone except Chocobo realizes who Mog really is, but he refuses to admit it.
November 28th - December 4thEdit
Conceptual artwork of Magitek Armor for Final Fantasy VI. An iconic image featured most prominently on the game's logo, Magitek Armor is a symbol of the Gestahlian Empire and their control over magic. It can fire beams of elemental magic and may have other armaments based on the model, including magically-charged missiles. This artwork is the basis of the armor's in-game appearance, as opposed to Yoshitaka Amano's concept art which is an entirely different design.
November 21st - November 28thEdit
Moogles from Final Fantasy Type-0. Collectively, this group of thirteen Moogles are known as the Cranberry Knights, with individual Moogles assigned to a separate class in the magic school Rubrum Peristylium Suzaku. Each is dressed in a manner that reflects the class they represent. The large Moogle occupying top-centre wears the uniform of the Suzaku school, and is associated with Class Zero, to which the sixteen playable characters belong.
November 14th - November 21stEdit
Deumion, a Superboss present in the 20th Anniversary release of Final Fantasy II. The focus of the Arcane Labyrinth series of optional dungeons, Deumion was a young boy with great magical power during a time of war. When a kingdom developed the ultimate magic, Destroy, Deumion was recruited to guard its power from the wrong hands. He was sealed within the Arcane Labyrinth, immortal until Firion and his companions traversed the Labyrinth to confront him. Depending on the Key Term the player tells Deumion, he will reward the party with either Destroy, Restore or a character's ultimate weapon. Telling Deumion "Destruction" will initiate a battle with him with the Destroy Tome as the spoils of victory.
November 7th - November 14thEdit
An image of the Occuria shown in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings. These immensely powerful beings, known as "the Undying", manipulate the fate of Ivalice, viewing the other races as their pawns from their realm high in the sky. Though they are mentioned only briefly in Revenant Wings in the history of Lemurés and the exile of the Aegyl, they play an important role in Final Fantasy XII, seeking to restore the state of Ivalice to their vision.
October 31st - November 7thEdit
The destruction of Sector 1 Reactor at the hands of the eco-terrorist group known as AVALANCHE. Attempting to save the Planet from the destructive ways of the Shinra Electric Power Company, the members of AVALANCHE orchestrated the assault which, along with the destruction of the Sector 5 Reactor, caused Shinra to disproportionately retalliate: the company caused one of the city's plates to drop over the location of the organisation's headquarters in Sector 7, indiscriminately killing much of the population living in the slums, including AVALANCHE members, Jessie, Biggs, and Wedge.
October 24th - October 31stEdit
Artwork of Refia as a Summoner from Final Fantasy III. The first appearance of the Summoner Job, they can call one of eight Summoned Monsters into battle to perform one of three attacks at random. Later games would thrust Summoners into important roles in the main plot, giving them particular importance in Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy IX, and Final Fantasy X. As a call back to their first incarnation, Summoners often have horns or wear horned headbands, and less commonly wear green outfits.
October 16th - October 23rdEdit
Promotional artwork of Lightning's Pulse Brand, from Final Fantasy XIII. The "brand" of the l'Cie is visible somewhere on the person's body. The appearance of the brand is dependent on the Fal'Cie's alignment that chose the l'Cie, and both Cocoon and Pulse fal'Cie have a different brand they use. The brand of the Pulse fal'Cie is an overlapping sequence of black arrows. Over time, the arrows multiply and a closed eye is revealed. When the eye opens fully, the l'Cie's time has run out, and they will turn into a Cie'th.