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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
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From Final Fantasy Wiki

The first Game Over screen in the series, from Final Fantasy VII

Game Over is the scene given when certain conditions are met, the most common one being the entire party being KOed. Each Final Fantasy has a different Game Over scene. From the original Final Fantasy to Final Fantasy VI, there is no Game Over screen, only the battle message saying the party is defeated.

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Final Fantasy VI

Technically, there is no Game Over screen. Rather, it shows the party leader with a black background fall and then get up. However, unlike future Game Over screens, it goes straight to the last save point instead of the main menu.

Final Fantasy VII

When the game is over, the camera pans up showing the dead characters, then the game over screen with film reels all over.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

The screen fades to black with the Crisis Core logo appearing on the bottom-right side of the screen. Note that the words "Game Over" do not appear.

Final Fantasy VIII

It shows the gun part of the gunblade broken off near a white feather (like those associated with Rinoa).

Final Fantasy IX

It shows one sword in the middle of the forest. Garnets pendant can be seen hanging from the sword.

Final Fantasy X

The camera pans out from the last KO'd party member and the colored words "Game Over" appear (An exception being when the party is defeated by Sin's Overdrive, in which case the screen turns white). Sometimes, depending on the stage of the game, the party member's dying words would be heard before "Game Over" appears.

Final Fantasy X-2

Similar to the Final Fantasy X one, only with ripples around the screen.

Final Fantasy XII

Screen turns crimson with the words "Game Over".

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings

The battle scene turns grey and moves to Vaan or the party leader. The words "Game Over" appear in blood red, and the party gains a little experience. Like Final Fantasy VI, the player returns to the last save point, rather than the main menu.

Final Fantasy XIII

Once the party leader has been defeated, the camera zooms out to show the other party members falling, and the words "Game Over" appear in front of blue symbols. Then the game asks if the player would like to repeat the battle or return to the last save.

Final Fantasy Tactics

Screen turns black and the words "Game Over" appear in ice blue.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Screen slowly fades to black and the words "Game Over" appear. This usually happens if Marche dies at a Jagd, sent to prison, snuffed, or the entire party has been KOed at a story battle.

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ST Expanded

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

The Star Trek Expanded Universe Database is for fanon and related content. See Memory-Alpha.org for the canon Star Trek wiki.

Destroyed is a term denoting vessels that have been destroyed, either in combat with an enemy force or by other causes, and are no longer in service with their prospective navies. A ship may also be scuttled to prevent the vessel itself, or vital technologies on board from falling into enemy hands, if it is too badly damaged to be salvaged and returned to active duty.(Star Trek: New Order: Deus Ex Machina)

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Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Destroying is way of sending cards to the Graveyard.

Cards can be destroyed by card effects, which explicitly use the word "destroy". When a monster is beaten in battle, it is considered destroyed as well.

When a card is destroyed, it is sent to the Graveyard,unless there is a Card on the Field that says otherwise.

Discarding, offering as a Tribute, directly removing a card from play or sending a card to the Graveyard are not the same as destroying a card.

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