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Every game in the Final Fantasy series has a series of rumors. Some of them are true, and, of course, some of them are false. Listed below are just some of the false rumors for Final Fantasy 6, and why they're false.

False Rumors

You Cannot Gain General Leo, Siegfried Or Cid

Proof: In the end of the game, each character is viewed as they escape Kefka's Tower, and his/her theme music is played during the cut scene. If you fail to find Umaro and Gogo, their cut scene (and thus, their music) is not played during the end of the game. In the CD soundtrack for Final Fantasy III, "Kefka's Domain", the Ending Theme track includes themes for the twelve characters and no others. If any other characters could join your party, their music would be found at the end of the game. Note also that every character that can join your party has theme music, yet there is no music for Siegfried, Cid, or Leo.

No Hidden Espers

The only Espers in the game are the ones listed in the instruction manual. There are no such things as Magicite for Efleet, Magma, Leviatan, Artemis, or any other. Proof: There are two blank spaces when you have all the espers in the game. One blank space is where Odin was (when you turned him into Raiden), and the other is for de-selecting espers. Therefore, these spaces cannot hold espers at all.

'Gamma Sword' Does Not Exist!

The Gamma Sword, supposedly found outside of Kefka's Tower in the Airship, does not exist. Proof: Try for yourself; spend hours circling around Kefka's Tower. Try taping the buttons down on the controller and turning the TV off -- come back weeks later, and you still won't have anything.

Not A Ressurector Potion From Jidoor

A man in the Auction House in Jidoor speaks of an item to "bring back wayward spirits, but only in Vector can such an item be found." This is not a ressurector potion! Proof: The man was referring to the Phoenix Magicite, which was owned by Gestahl in the World of Balance. A man in the Colosseum says to "talk to the Emperor twice". In Owzer's House, look at Emperor Gestahl's portrait twice to learn where he hid his treasure.

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