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Renowned as the most beautiful princess in the history of Alexandria. With the aid of Zidane and Tantalus, she flees the castle in order to stop her mother the queen's plans for world domination. Initially naïve, she finds her true self while traveling with her companions, and becomes a young woman fit to lead her kingdom.
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Garnet is a playable character in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia. She joins in the Lost Chapter "Princess of Alexandria".

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Garnet enters the world through Imber Manor. While searching for her companions, she is alarmed by the appearance of Kuja. He continues to refer to her as a canary while dropping cryptic hints about their situation, but she flees when he asks her to join him. When Kuja makes her presence known to the party, Zidane, Steiner, and Eiko hurry to find her.

Garnet is relieved to reunite with them after they chase away Kuja. Steiner is moved to tears and explains the situation to her, and proclaims that she is overflowing with Light in spite of Mog not having said anything on the subject yet. Zidane initially starts calling her "Dagger," but she introduces herself under her right name since there is no need to hide her identity in this world. He vows to "kidnap" her again, and she gladly accepts. Though he playfully offers a piggyback ride as they walk through the manor, Garnet replies that she has to stand on her own two feet and not rely on others forever.

Garnet earns the admiration of Firion, who compares her strength to Princess Hilda. She also catches the eye of Edge, who uses his own position as Prince of Eblan as an opening to flirt with her--much to Steiner and Zidane's consternation.

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