Speaking with cosmos Edit

In wich part does he speaks with her and also what did they say to each other--Dark Knight Sparda 04:22, 1 April 2009 (UTC)

This happens during the Warrior of light's story, in a word only cutscene. Golbez speaks to Cosmos about the truth of the war. Werehog22 9:58 PM 7/24/2009 (UTC)

English voice actor? Edit

they got james earl jones? Sorceror bobby 19:02, 7 June 2009 (UTC)

*slaps bobby in the back of the head for believing an anon* Drake Clawfang 19:16, 7 June 2009 (UTC)
its Anthony Landor same guy who voiced him in the DS FFIV. though recent policy prevents the page as being marked as such FinalFighterA+ 23:42, 16 July 2009 (UTC)
He does sound sort of like Darth Vader, but that might just be me hearing what I expect to hear. Silver Dragon XXVIII 00:39, 21 July 2009 (UTC)
I have to disagree. It's Paul St. Peter, the same guy that did Xemnas from Kingdom Hearts II. Voice comparison for Paul, Xemnas[1] and Golbez[2]. Werehog22 9:40 PM 7/24/2009 (UTC)
Close but no, Landor is a little more baritone also St. Peter is breathier. Also as I had stated Anthony Landor voiced him in FFIV DS, and since all other previous VA are retuning i see no reason Landor wouldnt. FinalFighterA+
Because he's not that big of an actor? All he ever do was play Golbez, and he sounded like a doggy version of Darth Vader. Paul can pull it off because he has a professional at playing deep voiced crooks. Werehog22 11:08 PM 7/24/2009 (UTC)
I'm not trying to argue whos the bigger star, I'm saying that because he voiced him in FFIVDS is all the more reason to say he voiced him in Dissidia. Id post a video to compare the voices to but icant find one where the quality doesnt suck. FinalFighterA+ 06:23, 25 July 2009 (UTC)
Well, maybe he might, I don't know. Like I once said, I can be patient. So, you like Anthony Landor? Werehog22 11:27 PM 7/24/2009 (UTC)
Well its kind of a bitch to find anything else he's done, as far as i know he did Zangeif in Street Fighter IV and Golbez in FFIVDS and... well thats all I can find. But in my opinion he does an awesome Golbez if you havent played it I highly suggest at least trying to look up the voiced scenes if only to watch the dynamite voice acting. FinalFighterA+ 06:35, 25 July 2009 (UTC)
Actually, I own it. It's difficult, beautiful, and exactly what the doctor ordered! Final Fantasy IV DS has been a challenging game, and hopefully, not the last of the remakes. Anthony Landor does play a convincing Golbez, I also enjoyed the cast alot. Werehog22 12:01 AM 7/25/2009 (UTC)
The only roles I know that Landor has done is Duke of Ghor from The Last Remnant, Golbez of course in FFIV and in Street Fighter IV. He sounds similar to the Duke of Ghor so I could easily tell it's Landor. Dragoon Knight
WHO THE HELL IS PETER BECKMAN?! I could have sworn that it was landor, though it could be and alias or hel Landor could be the alias. And if thier not the same person the sound SO freaking alike. If anyone could help me clear this up I'd greatly appreiciate it, its driving me batty. FinalFighterA+ 04:14, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

its a stage name. its the same guy from FFIV DS

I'm sorry, but I would like to see real proof or lead me to a video that sounds alike that all these voice actors have been confirmed. But Keith David = Chaos? Can't say that's a bad thing. :P Dragoon Knight

1, 2 and 3. Also remember this is Drake, guys. I wouldn't have added these without confirmation. :p 06:55, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

Binding Cold? Edit

I know in the JP version they were held by some sort force field shortly before being W-meteor'd in the head, but was it alway the blinding cold thing? i thought the dragons eyes just flashed? FinalFighterA+ 00:11, 17 July 2009 (UTC)

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Second outfit Edit

TenzaZangetsu 17,957 October 11 2009 (UTC)  -   "Into the depths of darkness.":
Why Golbez's second outfit isn't his TAY appearance?.

Spoiler? Seriously, it would be a big spoiler, and while most alternate costumes are just basic recolors, turning Golbez into the Man in Black would make him look like a totally different character. Plus his DS armor is totally badass. Drake Clawfang 19:47, October 11, 2009 (UTC)

TenzaZangetsu 17,957 October 11 2009 (UTC)  -   "Common people are nothing but pieces, that I can control at will":
I couldn't agree more about his armor but Cloud has his AC outfit and Sephiroth has his shirtless appearance so it doesn't seem right to me.

Cloud in his AC outfit shouldn't be taken as a universal example though. He's the only one to change his costume so dramatically. The FF1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10 guys just have alternate coloring for their costumes. Terra, Cloud, Sephiroth and Squall are the only ones to have entirely different clothing and not just recolors, and even Terra to an extent is a recolor. Drake Clawfang 19:55, October 11, 2009 (UTC)

TenzaZangetsu 17,957 October 11 2009 (UTC)  -   "Honestly, I think the world's going to end bloody. But it doesn't mean we shouldn't fight. We do have choices. I choose to go down swingin.":
Fair enough, Drake.

No problem. For the record though, I agree they could possibly have made the Man in Black an alt for Golbez. But then, there are a lot of alternate costume ideas they could have used and didn't. Drake Clawfang 20:05, October 11, 2009 (UTC)

TenzaZangetsu 17,957 October 11 2009 (UTC)  -   "Into the depths of darkness.":
Like King Cecil outfit or Shuyin's outfit for Tidus.

This discussion may be outdated, but I think a good reason for his TAY costume not being used is his ex burst. It probably wouldn't work with his TAY costume. Myself 123 20:46, March 14, 2010 (UTC)

It looks like Golbez will have a TAY Outfit/Costume: OK'Ssuka? 17:49, October 16, 2010 (UTC)

Why do people not read pages? Doreiku Kuroofangu 17:59, October 16, 2010 (UTC)

Chaining into HP attacksEdit

"Unless one counts Jecht's variable combos, Golbez is the only Warrior of Chaos who can chain a Brave attack into an HP attack. Incidentally, both of them are related to a Warrior of Cosmos, with Jecht being the father of Tidus."

This is false. Exdeath can also chain his brave attacks (blocks) into HP attacks. And Jecht's variable combos have no reason for not being counted, they are brave attacks that chain into HP attacks. I think it should be removed. Zak Undersn 18:10, October 18, 2009 (UTC)

Exdeath's is not the same, that's blocking and countering with an HP attack. Jecht's Combos are also different in that linking to an HP attack is part of the combo. You misunderstand the trivia point. Golbez's linking to an HP attack is the same way Holy links to Ultima or Blizzard links to Quake. Jecht and Exdeath don't work this way. Drake Clawfang 20:05, October 18, 2009 (UTC)
To add to what I said - Exdeath and Jecht can do what you describe as a mechanic of their fighting style. Golbez's chains are part of his skillset, and cannot be done any other way. Exdeath and Jecht's combos are to just link one of their normal HP attacks to their Brave moves, Golbez's chain is to use a different HP attack entirely. Drake Clawfang 20:12, October 18, 2009 (UTC)
No, you're wrong in Exdeath's case. Okay, Jecht's case is a way of playing or however you may call it, that's right; but Exdeath's brv-to-hp attacks are part of his skillset. If you press square button while selecting any of Exdeath's blocks you'll see that HP chains are included in the description, even if they aren't upgrades. Even so, they are different to their HP moves, since they are cast a lot faster. And even if they have the same name and visual effect, they are not the same attack, as the HP attack doesn't need to be set to be used as part of the counter (you can counter with Grand Cross without setting Grand Cross as a separated HP attack, and even without having learned it yet as a separated HP attack), and the same is applied to the BRV counters. They all are part of the block attack, like Golbez's or most warriors of Cosmos' brave-to-hp attacks or brave-to-brave attacks. The only difference is that they don't have to be set as an upgrade, as they are already part of the attack from the very start.
As I stated at first, Jecht's case is peculiar, as the HP attacks aren't part of his combo (and aren't listed at the description of the attack, and you cannot use Jecht's finger as a part of a combo if you haven't set Jecht's Finger before), what would break the relationship between Golbez and Jecht being the only ones who can chain BRV to HP attacks and the ones who have a heart of light on a body of darkness. One way or another, the trivia wasn't right. If you want to add something about Golbez's upgrades (or updates, I don't remember the english name), the right way of saying it would be "Golbez is the ony Warrior of Chaos who can equip HP attack upgrades to his BRV attacks". Upgrades is the keyword.
BTW: I'm Zak Undersn from another PC. I'll log in later. Zak Undersn 09:54, October 19, 2009 (UTC)
I see that I wrote all that for nothing. Okay, I'm not going to argue for a goddamn trivia, even if it's wrong in almost every way possible. Zak Undersn 14:37, October 21, 2009 (UTC)


Is it just me or does Golbez use the CPU, Attack Node, and the Defense Node for some of his attacks? I think it would be a nifty trivia note. Mizuno Mahou 19:31, April 5, 2010 (UTC)

Re-read the page. Doreiku Kuroofangu 19:39, April 5, 2010 (UTC)
Haha, leave it to me to completely skip over that. Mizuno Mahou 19:43, April 5, 2010 (UTC)

Is golbez overpowered/cheap? Edit

a lot of people have claimed that golbez is the cheapest character in the game. i disagree but i will leave this to the wiki community to decide. -RMpwnsyou

No, Golbez is not overpowered - he's exactly as strong as he deserves to be, having such a powerful pimp hand. DoreikuKuroofangu - Visit the Soul Shrine! 01:10, November 25, 2010 (UTC)

Golbez's Ex Burst in his 3P outfit. Edit

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Firion's Wild rose created by Golbez? Edit

When does golbez create the rose ? In a cinematic ? Didn't see ... please tell me :O

He doesn't create it; it was simply (if inexplicably) found in one of the cutscenes from the reports. However, Golbez is responsible for leaving it on Firion's person at the start of the 13th cycle. We don't actually see it happen, but Firion's character file states it explicitly:
The "wild rose" which he carries with him was left by his side when he awoke at the start of the thirteenth cycle. Golbez had left this bloom by his side, and had begun to conspire with Cosmos, hoping it would revive Firion's memories.
Quite how Golbez came to possess it isn't clear, though -- Sorceror Nobody Flan 23:02, June 24, 2011 (UTC)