The game is a world of many shapes and sizes, allowing developers to customize the story and characters as they like. That’s why you will often encounter heroes, villains, or simply a character with extraordinary power that can change the situation of the plot. In it, children will often be associated with an innocent and pure image, but in the game, sometimes this is a formidable force. There are quite a few children of this type in the game, but below are the top 8 children with the most hegemonic power, making the whole game village.
Eiko – Final Fantasy IX
Final Fantasy games will often allow you to create different large and small squads with an extremely diverse and rich cast of characters, coming from many places and of many different races. Particularly in Final Fantasy IX, this has been raised a notch and almost every character in this game is not human. Even those who are human in this game have a rather strange history, such as the young Eiko.
Eiko lives in a Moogles village, and this child loves meeting strangers. So Eiko decides to join the main character’s party and lend a hand on the journey. Every time you enter combat, you will be able to witness firsthand the superior power of a healer. In addition, she has the ability to summon huge spiritual beings called Eidolons. It is no exaggeration to say that Eiko is one of the best healers in the game.
Skull Kid – The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
The Legend of Zelda is a series of games with massive content with many heroes, villains, and strange characters from different worlds. However, talking about the strangest place is Termina in the game Majora’s Mask. It’s a parallel world to the kingdom of Hyrule, where Link encounters the Skull Kid – a fearsome child wearing Majora’s mask.
Skull Kid is a mischievous child who loves to tease others, but he also has a hobby of destroying everything with the power of an evil mask. The mask grants this child powers beyond imagination, the most formidable being the ability to pull the moon down onto the world’s head.
Oliver – Ni no Kuni
Anime studio Ghibli has always been famous for its fairy tales revolving around youthful innocence, and their style has proven to be still cool when brought to the game. The game Ni no Kuni drew inspiration from the Ghibli anime series to tell the heroic story of the journey of a boy named Oliver, as he wandered into his own imaginary world.
There, he gradually mastered the art of magic from basic to supreme from an ancient book. Even though he started with nothing, Oliver still gradually became a great magician, along with that he also tamed many different creatures to fight side by side with him to fight the forces of evil.
Aurora – Child of Light
The game “Child of Light” revolves around the story of a young girl Aurora, who is reincarnated in the land of Lemuria after dying of a strange disease. In her new life, Aurora became the master of the magic sword and quickly mastered the arts of magic, giving her the power of a hero to break through the night. In the game, you will witness Aurora defeating the Dark Queen’s dragons to bring back the stars, save Lemuria and return to her previous life.
In addition, you will also see the baby Aurora step by step mature, become more responsible, know how to recruit teammates and gather stars to defeat the overbearing villain in the game. At the end of the journey, you will see Aurora make her name a legend when dispelling the dark night to save both worlds.
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