Kefka Palazzo is one of the villains fighting for the side of Chaos in Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. He is the villain representing Final Fantasy VI. An insane sorcerer with a complete lack of scruples, his attacks are generally magic-based, but more chaotic than basic spells. Coupled with his erratic movements, Kefka’s main skill seems to be to annoy his opponents with his contemptuous manner. He shares his goal to destroy everything with other villains, but he handles any hindrance with extreme prejudice, regardless of the offender’s allegiance. Kefka’s short-term goal is to use the power of his rival, Terra, to further his plans and seize control of her again.(Wikia)
Firion is one of the heroes fighting for the side of Cosmos in Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. Representing Final Fantasy II, he is a young man skillful in armed combat, including swords, lances, bows, knives, axes and staves. He has a passionate soul and an unshakable sense of justice. Firion is one of the most passionate of the heroes, fighting for a world “where wild roses can bloom freely,” symbolizing a world free from war and tyranny. His dream of a free world stands in opposition to the desires of his adversary, the Emperor, who wishes to control the world. In Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, his fighting style has been “heavily re-balanced”.(Wikia)
Shiva is a frequently recurring summoned monster who usually takes the shape of a blue-skinned woman with clothing of the same color. Her signature attack, Diamond Dust (sometimes called Gem Dust), deals Ice-elemental damage.
Although enjoying regular appearances throughout the series, Shiva, like most of the popular summon able entities, has never been given any significant back story, being simply described as the “Ice Queen”. She is, however, shown to have a lover named Shivar and a daughter named Shivan in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings, although this is the only appearance that either of them have made in the entire series. In Final Fantasy XIII, Shiva is embodied in a pair of sisters called Nix and Stiria.
Shiva has occasionally been shown as one of the more “friendly” summon able entities, only requiring being fought to gain her services in a few Final Fantasy games, and she usually does not display malicious intent when doing so.
Shiva’s basic physical characteristics are that of a willowy humanoid female with pale skin and long, blue hair so to invoke an image of ice and cold. This image is reinforced in later summon sequences by the addition of arctic winds, freezing temperatures and large ice crystal formations.
Shiva invariably wears only enough clothing to retain her modesty, along with boots and other minor aesthetic pieces. She carries no weapon in most appearances, and implements her main Diamond Dust attack with arm gestures, a snap of the fingers, and/or force of will. Later games in the series allow Shiva to carry out physical attacks in the form of kicks and punches. (Read more on Wikia.com …)
The Bomb is a flying enemy from Final Fantasy IX found on the plateaus around Alexandria and Lindblum. A Bomb is also encountered on-board the Prima Vista along with Steiner. This battle is predetermined and will end with the Bomb exploding after a duration and when Steiner has taken sufficient damage.
Bombs can be dangerous to fight, as after using Grow three times they will use Blowup, which inflicts heavy damage to its victim and likely KOs them if fought early in the game.
Casting Sleep or Night is effective as Bombs are not immune to Sleep status and sleeping Bombs can be attacked with non-physical skills. Attacking with Wind, Ice, or Water-elemental weapons or skills can help as Bombs are weak to all three, but one should avoid using Fire-elemental attacks as Bombs absorb them. It is recommended for Quina to try and eat a Bomb early on to learn the valuable Mustard Bomb spell. (Read more on Wikia.com)
Tifa appears as a playable character in Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special, Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Portable and Itadaki Street Mobile alongside Cloud, Aerith, and Sephiroth. (Read more on Wikia.com)
Aerith appears in the opening walking beside Cloud Strife. She, along with other Squaresoft characters from the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series are playable characters in Itadaki Street Special, a game that resembles monopoly. It has only been released in Japan. (Read more on Wikia.com)
The Warrior of Light is a playable character in Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. A skilled and honorable swordsman, he duels using both sword and shield to strike enemies. He is the leader of the characters fighting for Cosmos, and is a stoic and determined individual who serves the will of the goddess faithfully. In opposition to him, his nemesis, Garland, is Chaos’s right-hand man. Dissidia’s character files note that not even he knows his true name or origins, and Dissidia 012 elaborates on both extensively, revealing his connection to Cosmos and Cid of the Lufaine and establishing him as an original character not summoned from another world like the others.
Although all ten heroes of the original Dissidia have their own Destiny Odysseys, the Warrior of Light is considered the main protagonist of the game’s storyline, seeing as how he leads the other warriors. (Read more on Wikia.com)
Luneth is the starting protagonist of the Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy III. Like the rest of the Final Fantasy III cast, Luneth has no unique abilities, instead relying on Jobs.
Luneth has long silver hair and violet eyes, and in his Freelancer outfit, wears a purple turtleneck covered by a dark sweatshirt and a vest. He wears long pants, knee-high boots, and carries a fanny pack. His theme color is purple, shown in his Job armors, while his turtleneck collar can be seen while he is wearing robes. The tri-square pattern on his vest is also a pattern used to distinguish his Job outfits from his allies’.
Luneth is described by Doga and Unei as the light of courage. Sure enough, it was his tendency to travel recklessly that lead him to the Wind Crystal in the first place. In the opening FMV, Luneth is shown as a Warrior, reflecting his bravery and will to fight. Most times, he will instantly jump into situations or fights despite the dangers. He is quite cheerful and positive when meeting other characters, but can often be too impulsive or blunt, causing his allies to scold him. (Read more on Wikia.com)
A legendary soldier operative who wields an impossibly long blade with great ease. In battle, he combines that reach with incredibly swift swordplay that crushes the opponent in the blink of an eye. In the original game, he was Cloud’s nemesis; a former member of soldier with unparalleled strength. After learning he was created in an experiment called the Jenova Project, Sephiroth plotted to become a god by unleashing upon the planet the ultimate spell, Meteor, so he could absorb massive amounts of the world’s life energy.
Executioner – Sephiroth’s first alternate costume strips him of his coat, mirroring his appearance in the scripted final battle against Cloud in Final Fantasy VII, showing off his upper muscular build. In EX Mode, his wing gets a faint blue hue. (Read more on Wikia)
Sephiroth is one of the villains fighting for the side of Chaos, opposing Cloud, in Dissidia Final Fantasy and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. He is a legendary SOLDIER operative who wields an impossibly long blade with great ease. One day, he discovered the secrets of his past and went insane. In battle, he combines long reach with incredibly swift swordplay that crushes opponents in the blink of an eye. Standing apart from the other villains, Sephiroth has little interest in either destroying the world or ruling it, working towards a separate goal. His immediate desire is to face his archrival, Cloud, and he manipulates Cloud’s emotions to force him into battle, sometimes for no reason other than to fight him. (Read more on Wikia)