The Dark Knight Of Final Fantasy Legends Greets Players With A Bloody Sword

By Spencer . January 5, 2011 . 7:30pm

imageFinal Fantasy Legends: Heroes of Light and Darkness continues with a new chapter on the dark warriors track. Nacht, leader of the dark brigade, leaves the Elf village.


His next destination is the Dwarf village, but he has to cross through the Forest of Darkness to get there. There he meets Gram, a dark knight with a bloodstained sword. It is said that a knight with that name perished in a battle with the Empire. Who is this masked man?


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Like all Final Fantasy Legends chapters after you complete this you gain access to the Dark Knight job, which has Cecil’s trademark blast of dark blade projectiles.


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  • Now this is retro (not golden sun xD haha)

  • Exkaiser

    Gram’s a pretty good name. Very Volsung.

    • Mischah

      It’s a better name than ‘Nacht’. That’s just Dutch (and possibly German) for ‘Night’. WOW THAT’S SOME DEEP THINKING!

      • Joanna

        Yeah actually it is German as well. I was wondering why that word sounded/looked so familiar until I read your comment and it jogged my memory.

  • SneakyHawk

    *uses Souleater*

    Hell yes, Dark Knights.

  • kylehyde

    I think that I have visited many british blogs lately, for a moment I thought that header was refering to the british conext of “bloody”.

    • I had enough of that in dragon age xD

  • But can he turn darkness into hallowed light?

  • PrinceHeir

    you shall be consumed by the Dark Knight :D

  • Ladius

    I really hope this game makes it on PSP or Ds, I love its character design and the retro feeling does match it quite well.

  • vrakanox

    I’d buy this so fast. Please DS or PSP release or even PSN or Wiiware.

  • “Who is this masked man?” HE IS YOUR FATHER <- real site btw

  • Apollokids

    I read the title and thought “Batman cameo?!”

  • Tokyo Guy

    You know I enjoyed this game for all of about 5 minutes until I realized how lazy a “port” it was. Much of it seemed to be nothing more than quick pallets swaps and such from The After Years.

    It’s a bit sad because I had long hoped Square would make a NEW 2-D FF game (like this) but in the end the rather lazy effort put me off. It’s a shame really; had this been developed for say, the PSP, it would have received much more attention.

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