Science and FF

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Can anyone think of questions? For instance, I'm assuming all these worlds have oxygen, right? Do they all have the same amount? Are there worlds where special things are needed to breathe? Do FF people travel thru space - and how do they deal with it?
 
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Interesting question. I guess the science in fantasy world does not follow the laws of physics and the biology that we are traditionally believe in. And that's the difference about it.
 
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I really don't think you could define or explain the world of Final Fantasy with Einstein's Theory(haha)- because it's a world that is made up of Fantasy-but I am sure these games have hints and logic for living in this Final Fantasy World throughout the entire series. After all, it's a fantasy world that we enter into and live in, while trying to escape from our own world for awhile.
 

Anachiwo

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It's just another dimension of another life but now in a game version that we get to slip into and live in the dream land of fantasy just to relive things that ordinarily wouldn't be obtainable in our real world. I'm a good fan of fantasy travel, I have actually gone for hypnotic therapy before just to have a taste of what real fantasy is all about.
 
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Interesting question. I guess the science in fantasy world does not follow the laws of physics and the biology that we are traditionally believe in. And that's the difference about it.
This is true for it is all about a special world where you get to see everything in a new dimension and not what we have in our world. Trying to decipher how things work in the fantasy world will be really difficult.
 

Anachiwo

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I really don't think you could define or explain the world of Final Fantasy with Einstein's Theory(haha)- because it's a world that is made up of Fantasy-but I am sure these games have hints and logic for living in this Final Fantasy World throughout the entire series. After all, it's a fantasy world that we enter into and live in, while trying to escape from our own world for awhile.
This is just literally what gaming is all about. We leave our current setting and dive into the world of the game in a fantasy mode to live and relive everything with how we play. Gaming effects are magical sometimes.
 
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I think FF15 has a lot of things from both fantasy and science. So it seems like a good combination on that front. I guess more FF games having such in gameplay would be surely good.
 
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Like most games, it is impossible to explain the gameplay and the environment in terms of Physics and Biology. I think part of being a gamer is being able to accept the fantasy part of a game and not ask many questions.:p It is nice though, to notice the extent at which the world of Final Fantasy differs from ours.
 

Anachiwo

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Fantasy and reality aren't the same thing and can never be the same. Although there might seem to be a relationship between the two, but when looked at closely one would deduce that most of the things we are able to do in the fantasy land ain't possible in reality.
 
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