Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core is the prequel to Final Fantasy VII and features a huge role in developing the Final Fantasy VII timeline. The main protagonist is Zack Fair, who does not appear in Final Fantasy VII. This may leave you wondering what Final Fantasy VII characters appear in Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core.
Is Cloud in FF7 Crisis Core?
Cloud Strife is the protagonist of Final Fantasy VII but also appears in Crisis Core. However, he is not the protagonist in the prequel but rather a side character. Cloud is a normal member of SOLDIER but a friend of Zacks.
Is Sephiroth in FF7 Crisis Core?
Sephiroth is the main antagonist of Final Fantasy VII and appears again as an antagonist in Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core. He is not initially an antagonist but slowly becomes one throughout the story. As it unfolds, you will learn how Sephiroth fell from grace and became the villain that he is in Final Fantasy VII.
Is Aerith in FF7 Crisis Core?
Aerith is one of the most iconic and important characters in Final Fantasy VII and also is in Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core. She is a romantic interest for Zack but also plays a much larger role. Ultimately, Zack helps her overcome her fears, leading to her meeting Cloud in Final Fantasy VII.
Is Tifa in FF7 Crisis Core?
Tifa is one of the earliest characters you recruit to your party in Final Fantasy VII and plays a large role in the plot. She also appears in Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core, specifically on the Nibelheim mission. Tifa is Cloud's childhood friend and distrustful of SOLDIER, including Zack. She also does not know that Cloud is on the Niblemheim mission, as he is in disguise.
Other FF7 Characters in Crisis Core
Other notable characters in Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core are Yuffie, Rude, Reno, Tseng, and Professor Hojo. Some are important to the plot, while others appear as cameos. Complete the FF7 Crisis Core story to see all familiar characters.
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