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In the world of Spira in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, Movie Spheres are collections of images, sounds, and thoughts of people that are recorded for later viewing. They are created from the water from the Macalania Woods and infused with pyreflies. During their pilgrimage, Braska, Jecht, and Auron left several spheres scattered across Spira for their loved ones to eventually find. In the Luca Sphere Theater, movie and music spheres can be purchased and then viewed or listened to. In modern Spira, a Sphere Camera is a common item to use when recording a sphere, however some spheres have a built-in mechanism for filming, notably when Yuna records her final message to her friends at the Mi'ihen Highroad.

During the Eternal Calm, Movie Spheres became an important part of the lives of many Spirans. Sphere Hunting became a popular pastime and groups like the Youth League and New Yevon sought spheres documenting Spira's history. Freelance groups such as the Gullwings and the LeBlanc Syndicate located spheres for pleasure or profit.

A Movie Sphere is the representative Crystal of Final Fantasy X in Dissidia Final Fantasy, fitting as Jecht is the "villain" representing Final Fantasy X.

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The following is a list of all the Movie Spheres found in both games and what they contain.


List of Spheres


Final Fantasy X

  • Jecht's Sphere 1: The first sphere received at Macalania. The first part shows the group leaving Bevelle, Jecht is carefree and wants a parade. At Macalania, Jecht attempts to record a message to Tidus, showing how he has matured and accepted his fate.
  • Jecht's Sphere 2: Found at Macalania. Braska visits Jecht in prison and invites him to join the pilgrimage as a guardian.
  • Jecht's Sphere 3: Found at Besaid Village. Braska asks Auron to bring Yuna to Besaid after the pilgrimage.
  • Jecht's Sphere 4: Found on the S.S. Liki in the Captain's room. Braska, Jecht and Auron discuss Zanarkand.
  • Jecht's Sphere 5: Found in the locker room at Luca. Jecht, Braska and Auron talk about a blitzball match and Jecht wonders about Tidus.
  • Jecht's Sphere 6: Found on the Mi'ihen Oldroad. Jecht is eager to fight the Chocobo Eater (mirroring Tidus earlier in the game)
  • Jecht's Sphere 7: Found at the Moonflow. Auron chews out Jecht after he attacked the Shoopuf. Jecht vows to quit drinking.
  • Jecht's Sphere 8: Found at the Thunder Plains. Auron films Braska and Jecht on the Plains. Jecht is struck by lightning.
  • Auron's Sphere: Found on the Mushroom Rock Road. Auron says farewell to Kinoc shortly before leaving with Braska.
  • Braska's Sphere: Found on Mt. Gagazet on a side road on the first screen. Braska's final message to Yuna.
  • Jyscal's Sphere: Found as part of the storyline, when leaving the Farplane. A documentation of Seymour's evil deeds.
  • Yuna's Sphere: Recorded at Mi'ihen and viewed at Gagazet. Yuna's heartfelt goodbyes to each of her friends, revealing that even so early on in the game she had already fallen in love with Tidus.

Final Fantasy X-2

  • New Beginnings Sphere: Default item in inventory, found by Kimahri at Mount Gagazet. A sphere showing someone resembling Tidus jailed in Bevelle.
  • Gagazet Sphere: Found at the Gagazet Ruins. Shows nonsensical images of people heading toward a concert.
  • Sphere Fragment: Found at Zanarkand. Disconnected images showing Zanarkand before destruction.
  • Awesome Sphere: Found at Kilika. Shows Vegnagun in it's chamber.
  • LeBlanc's Sphere: Received on the Airship. Record of LeBlanc's theft of the Sphere Fragment.
  • Reassembled Sphere: Received after getting the second Sphere fragment in Guadosalam. Shows a sleeping Vegnagun.
  • Ormi's Sphere: Found at Guadosalam. Recorded by Ormi in the Bevelle Underground, he prefers to film the girls rather than the action.
  • Logos's Sphere: Found at Guadosalam. Recorded by Logos in the Bevelle Underground, showing Nooj and the empty chamber that used to house Vegnagun.
  • Gaol Sphere: Found in the Bevelle Underground and received at Guadosalam. A second record of ???? being held in prison.
  • Nooj's Sphere: Received from Lucil at Mushroom Rock Road. Titled "Deathseeker", Nooj pours his heart out to Lucil.
  • Gippal's Sphere: Received from Rin. Record of Gippal's meeting with Auron in the Bikanel Desert.
  • Baralai's Sphere: Found at Guadosalam in the locked house. Record of Baralai seeking help from Seymour.
  • Paine's Sphere: Received from Gippal in the Farplane. Shows the four friends aboard the S.S. Winno shortly before their final mission in the Den of Woe.
  • War Buddy Sphere: Received from Beclem. Record of a message from Chappu to Wakka.
  • Besaid Sphere: Received in the Besaid Cave. Views of various locations in Besaid.
  • Crimson Sphere 1: Showing a Crimson Squad training mission in the Bikanel Desert. Gippal, Baralai and Nooj meet for the first time.
  • Crimson Sphere 2: Training mission in the Cactuar Nation. Nooj nearly dies but is saved by Paine. He reveals to them that he wants to die.
  • Crimson Sphere 3: Aboard the S.S. Winno, the four discuss Operation Mi'ihen.
  • Crimson Sphere 4: Briefing on the final mission in the Den of Woe and glimpses of the horror that takes place inside.
  • Crimson Sphere 5: Inside the Den of Woe, Nooj is posessed by Shuyin and turns on his friends.
  • Crimson Sphere 6: The group reports on their experience in the Den and their near-assasination occurs.
  • Crimson Sphere 7: Short scene of Paine trying to find her friends in the dark.
  • Crimson Sphere 8: The four split up at Mi'ihen but Nooj shoots them.
  • Crimson Sphere 9: Ormi and Logos document the aftermath of the death and destruction inside the Den of Woe.
  • Crimson Sphere 10: Continuing the report, they discover the four survivors.

See Also

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