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When others go Right, try going Left
19 May 2020 6:29PM EST - Update by C-Dude
When a player considers alternate narratives for Final Fantasy 3 (SNES), the mind naturally gravitates to the powerful imperial general cut down too soon. Leo Cristophe.
Hackers are aware of this. Indeed, many dig into the heart of this game trying to give Leo a more significant role. But when others go right, does not curiosity and a contrarian spirit drive you to go left?
Who would ever give Banon a second thought? He’s gruff, the player is forced to protect him lest a game-over be inflicted, and as rebel leaders go he’s a bit doughy. The game itself even writes him off, leaving the player to decide his fate when things are at their worst. He is an unresolved thread, a loose end.
So instead of turning right, this hack goes left. Who knows what waits to be found in the rough crags of this path? Will the gamble be worthwhile, or will it succumb to the elements on the cold moor? You decide.