Every Final Fantasy comes with a new set of features that reinvent certain mechanics and characters found in past games. Each Final Fantasy has a Cid, Moogles, Chocobos, and all rely on a strong set of summons known as Eons, or Guardians. We decided to do our own Final Fantasy comparison, and compare various characters from across the series.

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Cid

Each Final Fantasy game has a Cid. Cid is normally the guy in control of the vehicle side of the game. Where there is a Cid, there is an airship, a car, a train, or some mode of transport. Take a look at how he changed through the years.

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Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy

Chocobo

The Chocobo has always been the most preferred method of transportation in any Final Fantasy Game. Its long legs and fast speed, let us get around quicker, and in many games no enemies would appear while riding them. The Chocobo has drastically changed over the past few Final Fantasy games, but still maintain the classic look and feel throughout the design.

Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy

Mog

Mog is the cutest little ball of air you will ever find in a Final Fantasy game. They normally serve the purpose of being a messenger or a save point, but no matter what their role, they are always cute. Take a look at the transformation of Mog over the years.

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Summons

The summons are a vital part of any Final Fantasy, as sometimes we get to utilize the power of the gods to fight the darkness in the game, while other times, we are actually fighting the gods themselves. Here are some of the most popular summons and how they changed over the years.

Shiva

Shiva is the ice goddess that has always been female. Although in Final Fantasy XII she appeared as an airship for some reason. Other than that, Shiva has always maintained that sexy, yet not too sexy female design.

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Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy

Ifrit

Ifrit is the god of fire and is a fierce-looking creature. In all the Final Fantasy games he has represented a ram, or something close to that. As you can see below, only in Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy XV did Ifrit drastically change his appearance. In Final Fantasy XIII he is mechanical, and in Final Fantasy XV he is half human half ram.

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Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy

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