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Sephiroth VS Lloyd (The Legend of Dragoon)
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Sephiroth VS Lloyd (The Legend of Dragoon) is a written Kombat Fiction fight by Ancient-One-And-Only. It features Sephiroth from Final Fantasy VII & Lloyd from The Legend of Dragoon.

Description Edit

One is a black robed man who destroyed a spiky blond haired mercenary's first hometown, impaled his would be lover and intends to ascend to deityhood while the other is a black robed man who destroyed a spiky blond haired knight's second hometown, impaled his dear friend and intends to ascend his girlfriend since childhood into deityhood. Like Cloud Strife & Dart Feld, they also had this rivalry going since 1999, now they come into the ring to see who will succeed in impaling each other.

Interlude Edit

Sephiroth Edit

Lloyd (The Legend of Dragoon) Edit

Kombat Fiction Edit

Results & Verdict Edit

Pros & Cons/Null & Voids Edit

Trivia Edit

Epilogue Edit

Rules Edit

  1. Opposing Combatants will only know about one-another only if such individuals have specific knowledge about said individuals within their own respectful main universes. Universes that contradict the main source material is null & void.
  2. While the match-up doesn't necessarily have to end in death, the match-up between the opposing combatants themselves will last as long as it has to as they'll have intent to fight until a verdict is decided.
  3. Everything else about the combatants such as their equipment, attributes, abilities, stats, power-ups (if any), feats, resistances, immunities, and even weaknesses are to remain as is, as they will be attempted to be represented faithfully and accurately.
  4. Research sources generally determine the combatants equally from their main canon source materials unless specially mentioned otherwise... If a composite is allowed for one combatant such as non-canon sources (so as long as they don't contradict the source material) and/or otherwise then the same is allowed for the other.