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Aug 30, I've been playing Final Fantasy VII in Japanese and English at the same time, and I'm noticing a lot of neat little differences. This is part three of. Sep 24, Rated: Fiction T - English - Family/Romance - [Cloud S., Tifa L.] Once Aeris Gainsborough and Zack Fair were long gone, Cloud Strife turned. It's hard in Midgar when being poor is the norm, and Zack's girlfriend Aerith Gainsborough knows . Another fic from the Fanfiction site with a little bit of editing.

Final Fantasy VIIhe needed "someone who could handle [the] role well. Final Fantasy VIIbut soon changed their minds to create a game that focused on Zack, whose fate was already predetermined; fans knew how the game was going to end. A number of Zack's actions from the game were also designed so as to augment the similarities that Aerith finds between him and Cloud in Final Fantasy VII.

However, due to limitations in the console's hardware, these scenes could not be implemented, and instead, they decided to focus on Zack's role as a warrior. He is first mentioned by name in Gongaga, his hometown, where his parents are oblivious as to what became of him after he left to join SOLDIER, and are worried for his safety after not hearing from him for years.

It is at this point that Aerith explains Zack was her first love. Eventually, Zack woke up and was able to escape with a semi-conscious Cloud to the city Midgar, but on the edge of the city, he was gunned down by Shinra troops. During the game, two of his SOLDIER acquaintances are captured and experimented upon, and though Zack is able to bring them back to their senses, he is unable to save them.

Zack also makes an appearance during the chapter covering the Nibelheim incident, and later as a boss character when he and Cloud are fugitives from Shinra and are being pursued by the Turks. He also appears at the end of the film, where he and the now deceased Aerith speak to Cloud. His death is also shown in the film, where he gives Cloud the Buster Sword and tells him to become his "living legacy".

However, both Angeal and Genesis are suffering from secondary effects which led them to antagonize Shinra in the hopes of finding a cure. Before dying, Angeal thanks Zack for stopping him and gives him his Buster Sword.

Please be kind and review! The first chapter might be a bit slow, but I promise it'll get better! I've got some cute family drabbles on its way! Cloud's choice after the last scene in Advent Children. Right after ACC Rated: She stood their with her arms folded against her chest and her head tilted slightly to the side, as if studying him carefully as her bright cerise colored eyes sparkled underneath the sunlight that poured it's thick rays through the open ceiling of Aeris' church.

The young women didn't move as the spiky-haired warrior strode up to her, his bright-blue mako infested eyes were gentle and she could almost make out the slightest smile on his face.

It caused her to return his smile with her own. Silently, Cloud held out a hand to Tifa.

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It was his way of asking her to join him in the water, were the kids who were cured of the Stigma were now splashing around and jumping for joy around them. The grown ups were no different it may have been loud but Tifa couldn't picture a more peaceful moment.

A small gasp escaped her lips when she felt Cloud's strong arm wrap around her waist to help her down into the water with him.

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It surprised her even more when he held her in his strong arms, still holding her hand as he span her around in a slow circle. Tifa could not help laughing at that. For the first time in a long time she felt Happy However, she couldn't be sure on the last feeling.

After all, Cloud did move into Aerith's church when he was suffering from his Geostigma. It hurt Tifa, that Cloud never told her he was sick and just ran away.

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Leaving her with two children who were just upset as she was. Tifa had to be strong even if she didn't want to be, for the kids sake. She couldn't just sit in a dark corner and cry her heart out, the nights when she'd wake up alone in their bed.