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For a more comprehensive look at 8-Bit Theater, visit Sardapedia. Certain links present here automatically take you to the corresponding Sardapedia page for that term. Multiple spoilers for the series are present here.8-Bit Theater is a sprite based webcomic written by Brian Clevinger and loosely based on the original Final Fantasy. The story follows the Four Light Warriors, Fighter, Black Mage, Red Mage and Thief as they attempt to collect the four Orbs to defeat the Demon King Chaos and save the world.

That is unless he leaves out the images and creates a 20th anniversary book featuring just the scripts. He has good intentions and is an unbeatable master of martial arts, but he also has a terrible sense of direction and at times is as dumb as Fighter. Following his death, fans speculated on ways he might have been revived, citing at one point, his poor sense of direction actually created a duplicate of him, which Black Mage turned to stone. Clevinger finally devoted a comic to White Mage returning to the statue and reviving it, only for Black Belt to die once more due to the statue’s head having been eroded.

That, and Clevinger says the original art is all 72dpi, and you really want 300dpi for print. Ur swallows Red Mage in a frenzy, and Red Mage cuts his way out before it can destroy the world (at Black Mage’s request), killing Ur. The Light Warriors then travel to Lefein and meet Dragoon, last of the dragon knights who lives in the Mirage Tower. When they meet Dragoon’s pet parrot Muffin, who unbeknown to him is actually a dragon, they attack her sky castle and kill her to claim the four and final Orb. Lich kills Black Mage, who conquers Hell and returns to earth where he kills Lich. Lich then heals the incapacitated Hell demons and overthrows Black Mage’s rule, restoring him to life.

The pixel art style is essential to the flavor of the strip. Which, in addition to literally being called 8-bit Theater, is itself a pretty specific parody of the original Final Fantasy, its characters, its world, and even its gameplay. This is a much more complicated problem than you’re making it out to be. According to the Kickstarter page for the 8-Bit Theater 20th Anniversary Complete Script Book, which is just now reaching its $28,000 goal after less than a day since being posted, fans have been clamoring for some sort of print edition of the beloved series for years. That’s something of the case when it comes to 8-Bit Theater releasing a book featuring the entirety of the comics that were released, just without the pictures.

White Mage and Black Belt would continue to be recurring characters in the comic for some time. With Garland defeated and Sarah safe the Light Warriors return to Corneria where King Steve builds a bridge in their honor. White Mage – White Mage is a kind, caring woman who follows the Light Warriors to assist them in their quest. However, she is perfectly aware they are stupid and evil, yet perseveres due to their standing as the chosen heroes. She is lusted after by Black Mage but finds him utterly repulsive.

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