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The Let's Play is a collaborative video project created by the users of the Final Fantasy Wiki. Born from an idea by BlueHighwind, it resonated with the hearts of the users and the project quickly started up.

Basically speaking, the Let's Play is a bunch of users from the wiki talking over a bunch of footage from a Final Fantasy game. This footage is recorded by a certain user, the host, who appears in every episode of the Let's Play. The host is joined by three other randomly selected users, and for an hour they talk about the game or whatever other issues lay burden upon their souls. Each of them represents a different portion of the wiki, and each brings their own separate opinions to the table.

This hour of footage is split up into four parts, with one new part put up every Wednesday and Saturday. Recording sessions can also be watched live on Twitch.tv; recording times are announced in the SiteNotice and in the forum.

For fun, visitors are invited to visit the Trope Page for this project on TV Tropes.

Final Fantasy VIEdit

List of videos: /Final Fantasy VI

And thus the project began with Let's Play of Final Fantasy VI, hosted by ScatheMote. Join him and as well as Henryacores, Some Color Mage, Daiton, BlueHighwind, Hexedmagica, 8bit BlackMage, Faethin, Chocolancer, Deadlyslashsword, Yuanchosaan, and Drake Clawfang on the seminal Let's Play of the Final Fantasy Wiki.

Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

List of videos: /Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

Taking place in between the two halves of Final Fantasy VI, BlueHighwind, along with ScatheMote, Tabbeh, Some Color Mage, Armageddon11, Deadlyslashsword, Chocolancer, 8bit BlackMage, and Drake Clawfang, venture on a new quest. A Mystic Quest. Despite some initial optimism, our heroes are left in a state of pure desperation. They are the Lost Generation, ruined by the Mystic Quest.

On that note, come and join our intrepid questers for the five part multivisual experience. You will laugh, cry, and maybe even get something in the mail.

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit

List of videos: /Final Fantasy VIII

The project has evolved. It has grown. It has mutated. It has grown beyond our control. The power of these Let's Plays is now beyond all calculations, and now they've devoured their own creator, BlueHighwind. Coming along for the ride is Some Color Mage, Hexedmagica, 8bit BlackMage, Faethin, Jeppo, Jimcloud, Tia-Lewise, Deadlyslashsword, Yuanchosaan, Drake Clawfang, Ark, ScatheMote, FireKnight, and The Mystery Guest. Also includes a bizarre subplot involving a Faceless Squall, Time Compression, and the song I Am the Walrus.

Final Fantasy AdventureEdit

List of videos: /Final Fantasy Adventure

Let the adventure begin! In the game that kicked off the Mana series, ScatheMote, along with BlueHighwind, Some Color Mage, Hexedmagica, Sorceror Nobody, 8bit BlackMage, Jeppo, Jimcloud, Deadlyslashsword, Yuanchosaan, Drake Clawfang, Ark, embark on a monochrome adventure that has a striking similarity to a certain series involving a certain legend about a certain Zelda. Watch as the group encounters increasingly disturbing enemies, more ideas stolen from Zelda than you can shake a hookshot at, and a confusing difficult curve that Scathe takes not all too well! Truly it is an adventure for the ages!

Final Fantasy VIIEdit

The revival of the Let's Play after a long period of inactivity, Technobliterator leads the project to play Final Fantasy VII, a game which brought many to the series and popularized not just Final Fantasy, but RPGs in general in the west. Join Techno, along with others as they plough through a journey of nostalgia and excitement.

Disc 1Edit

The first disc, where we meet the party and go through tons of tutorials.

Part 1Edit

Featuring Techno with Catuse167, BlueHighwind and Fëasindë.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 14th: Part 1.3 of Final Fantasy VII
Complete with game trivia and waifuing.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 14th: Part 1.2 of Final Fantasy VII
A tale of trains, dates and mouse cursors.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 14th: Part 1.4 of Final Fantasy VII
In which the level grinding begins. And the yelling.

Part 2Edit

Featuring Drake Clawfang, Fëasindë and Tia-Lewise.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 17th: Part 2.1 of Final Fantasy VII
In which the second reactor is visited.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 17th: Part 2.3 of Final Fantasy VII
In which the users learn a lot about each other.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 17th: Part 2.4 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we learn how to crossdress, and how not to play VII.

Part 3Edit

Featuring Hexedmagica, Kiracieux and Yuanchosaan.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 20th: Part 3.1 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we explore Don Corneo and Shinra. And easy bosses.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 20th: Part 3.3 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we explore the tragedies of VII and choose to ignore them.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 20th: Part 3.2 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we explore a graveyard of trains.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 20th: Part 3.4 of Final Fantasy VII
More tragedies, and climbing massive towers.

Part 4Edit

Featuring BlueHighwind, Jimcloud and The Mystery Guest TacticAngel.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 27th: Part 4.1 of Final Fantasy VII
In which Technobliterator of Let's Play Past has problems.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 27th: Part 4.3 of Final Fantasy VII
Folks, play Final Fantasy VII. But not like this.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 27th: Part 4.2 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we infiltrate Shinra HQ some more.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for August 27th: Part 4.4 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we escape Midgar and destroy Shinra tanks.

Part 5Edit

Featuring Catuse167, Drake Clawfang and Tia-Lewise.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 3rd: Part 5.1 of Final Fantasy VII
We have fun bashing one of the fans' favourite characters.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 3rd: Part 5.3 of Final Fantasy VII
In which Drake proves that he is the manliest user on this wiki.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 3rd: Part 5.2 of Final Fantasy VII
We learn the true secrets of FFVII's plot.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 3rd: Part 5.4 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we explore how tedious fun getting Enemy Skills and Chocobos is.

Part 6Edit

Featuring BlueHighwind, Drake Clawfang and FireKnight251.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 10th: Part 6.1 of Final Fantasy VII
We get to enjoy THAT Rufus Shinra theme.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 10th: Part 6.3 of Final Fantasy VII
It wouldn't be an FFWiki LP without BlueHighwind technical issues.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 10th: Part 6.2 of Final Fantasy VII
We enjoy the theme some more, fan theories about Aerith and Drake's rendition of Let It Go.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 10th: Part 6.4 of Final Fantasy VII
We get Limits and go to the exciting town of Corel.

Part 7Edit

Featuring Catuse167, Some Color Mage and Yuanchosaan.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 17th: Part 7.1 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we meet cats riding moogles and shirtless men.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 17th: Part 7.3 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we all stare in awe at how creative the enemy design in this game is.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 17th: Part 7.2 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we learn how to pronounce Japanese names...except not really.
The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 17th: Part 7.4 of Final Fantasy VII
In which we explore the Native American-Aborigine-whatever location of Cosmo Canyon.

Bonus contentEdit

In addition to the main LP, there are a few bonus episodes. These are either highlighted moments, Behind the Scenes or hidden features within the game not featured in the main playthrough.

The Final Fantasy Wiki's Let's Play
Video for September 3rd: "Zolom OP" Bonus 1 of Final Fantasy VII
And we see just how overpowered Zolom is. Or how bad Techno is? Or how much manlier Drake is? Who knows.

Currently in progress.

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