In NeS1 Post 602, Antestarr, still on the beach of Costa Del Sol, suddenly wonders what he's doing. He is still wearing a trenchcoat and he abhors the company of other people and his long lost love, the only woman in his affections, is dead and buried behind a waterfall - the backstory to the character of Vincent Valentine. He resumes his persona as Vincent Valentine but suddenly MaybeChild rushes up and, after announcing her attack à la Tifa Lockhart, and boots him in the head. But in the Writers' Realm a second PlayStation console is connected to the television, which results in the Final Fantasy VII setting merging with another Role-Playing Game, Lunar: Eternal Blue. The villain of that game, Zophar, arrives and threatens destruction upon Video Game Land and the heroes.


*Ante, whilst lounging on a beach sipping a drink from a coconut shell, realizes something is amiss...*

Ante:... Wait a minute... I'm on a beach wearing a long trenchcoat (reminicsent of Vash the Stampede[Ext 1]), relaxing when I actually prefer the company of a gun to that of a person, and looking at women when the only woman[Ext 2] my character would have ever looked at in this way is dead and buried somewhere behind a waterfall[Ext 3]... oops.

*Ante quickly regains his composure and takes on the persona of the cool-under-pressure homicidal maniac aka Vincent[Ext 4]. Suddenly Maybe rushes onto the beach after following the trail of burnt grass and trampled monsters, followed by the other party members.*

Maybe: *announcing attack* "BOOT TO THE HEAD!"


Ante: Ow! You booted me in the head! *cocks gun* I'd like to see you try that on me again!



Ante: OW!!! Stop that!

*As the others stare dumbfounded, Ante takes multiple boots to the head. Meanwhile, in the semi-real world outside of the TV a strange event happens. Through a mis-wiring of a second Playstation[Ext 5] to the televison, the world of FF7[Ext 6] crosses with another world, somewhat similar, just as dangerous... A large black cylinder lowers from the sky over the ocean near the coastal town, sucks up Emerald Weapon and eats it, absorbing its power, and grows a face. It begins to taunt the heroes mercilessly.*

Large cylindrical grey thing with a face: I am ZOPHAR[Ext 7], dark lord of dark lords, bringer of destructive desctruction, head of the department of redundency dept. Cower in fear, for I shall consume your world and reshape it in my own twisted image.

Geb: Uhhh... uh oh....

*Can our heroes possibly beat two RPGs[Ext 8] at the same time? Who is behind this splicing of PS games? Did next Friday actually arrive? Tune in next time...*


Britt's Commentary

"Although acting like Tifa Lockhart[Ext 9], MaybeChild was probably kicking Antestarr in the head for being a sexist pervert, which is in-keeping with her pro-feminist character. Though Antestarr the Writer does not explicitly tell people the video game he is referring to, the villain, Zophar[Ext 7], is from the video game Lunar: Eternal Blue[Ext 10]." ~ Britt the Writer


External References

  1. Vash the Stampede article, Wikipedia.
  2. Lucrecia Crescent article, Wikipedia.
  3. Lucrecia's Cave article, Final Fantasy Wiki.
  4. Vincent Valentine article, Wikipedia.
  5. PlayStation article, Wikipedia.
  6. Final Fantasy VII article, Wikipedia.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Zophar article, Lunar Wiki.
  8. Role-Playing Game article, Wikipedia.
  9. Tifa Lockhart article, Wikipedia.
  10. Lunar: Eternal Blue article, Lunar Wiki.
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