Final Fantasy VI and VII are the two most common games of the series for people to have started with, so it's no surprise the villains from those two get all the credit. But if you're actually judging them based on what they did, both of them are pretty low on the list. If Kefka became a "god" and "destroyed the world", then how did he manage to let a huge party go up his mountain and kill him? Pretty lame if you ask me. --- http://i.imgur.com/zW2zO.jpg http://card.psnprofiles.com/1/GameOverComesAll.png
I always thought the villains were Final Fantasy's weakest area. Plus shouldn't it be Jenova not Sephiroth as the villain for FFVII. Outside of flashbacks Sephiroth was never in control.
Quite the opposite really. Wasn't Sephiroth controlling Jenova?
When Sephiroth was in the lifestream he gained a lot of knowledge and basically his will became stronger than Jenova's at that point.
I used to think Jenova was controlling Sephiroth too but go read the wiki, it sets a lot of things straight that people consider to be plot holes. --- What is faith then but persistent hope in the face of relentless doubt. Now Playing: Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Final Fantasy 6, Vanquish
I prefer Sephiroth due to him being one of the only villains to fully control a main character and make them further his agenda.
I always thought that Sephiroth was in control, as if Jenova was, it wouldnt bother to try to use Cloud specifically for it's ends. --- Official Lightsword & Bowshieldgun of the MH3U Board. Gamertag: Sabram PSN: Sabram