Okay, so did Cloud and Tifa hook up? - Final Fantasy VII Message Board for PlayStation - GameFAQs
For Final Fantasy VII on the PlayStation, a GameFAQs message board Up until the start of Advent Children, Cloud had been living with Tifa and the kids. . They confirmed and consummated their relationship under the. In FF7, Tifa is the only one who knows Cloud's childhood, and furthermore, she holds the key to people involved in the story of Nibelheim's. Tifa has a ring on her finger, for one, and two, her and Cloud have a I dont see any reason why he and Tifa wouldnt pursue their relationship even further, . There was a scene in FF7 where the two sat together beneath the.
The constant need to protect someone close to them is a constant that will never change, no matter what. So, how can one say that Cloud is any different?
So, while the emotional speech that Cloud makes on that fateful night in Nibelheim might've actually been heartfelt, there's a chance that a small part of him really wanted to impress Tifa with the amazing achievement of getting into one of the most elite groups in existence. However, as we all know, this wasn't the case. In her mind, Cloud was perfectly capable of achieving his goal, no matter what. So, when Shinra decided to visit Nibelheim to check up on the reactor, Tifa served as their guide.
Chirpy attitude aside, Tifa was genuinely curious about the faceless organization that Cloud wanted to join, and asked them if they'd heard of a blond-haired individual who might've joined them. He was accepted as a fighter in the Shinra ranks so that he could develop the ability to protect people. Unfortunately, this wasn't exactly a very bombastic or appealing way of achieving it. Being a lowly member of the Shinra infantry wasn't exactly glamorous for Cloud, which is why he decided to cover up his face in Nibelheim.
In fact, there were times when she even dreamt about him. So, when the SOLDIER duo of Zack and Sephiroth reached Nibelheim, Tifa had only one question for them — a question that involved a spiky blond-haired individual in their ranks who protected her in her dreams.
Both of them were understandably perplexed since a person did fit that description While the gist was solid enough, there were certain fine details that Cloud altered or skipped out on that caused Tifa to raise an eyebrow. However, Tifa refrained from raising her voice and correcting Cloud because a part of her also wasn't sure if what she'd seen was correct.
Keep the love & faith - Cloud and Tifa's Relationship (as told by official
Keep in mind that Tifa was heavily injured during this altercation, so it's normal for her to doubt her memories. She knew something was particularly off about him, but confronting him about him was particularly daunting for her as well. So, instead of taking what would arguably have been the right course of action to take, Tifa decided to let things be and not get into something that she felt was way out of her depth. Finding a wheelchair-bound Cloud was the last straw for Tifa, and it was quite lucky that the subsequent earthquake threw both of them into the Lifestream.
This allowed Tifa to explore Cloud's psyche and understand what exactly happened to his memories. However, in Advent Children, Cloud is as distant as ever.
So, it's obvious that Tifa would take this in the wrong sense. Being ignored and kept in the dark by the person closest to her was quite an alienating experience for Tifa. Script writer Kazushige Nojima described her role in the film as "very much like any woman who's been left behind by a man," stating that while they did not want her to appear clingy, they also wanted to portray that she was emotionally hurt by Cloud's departure.
In each, her appearance relates to Nibelheim's destruction. Told from her point of viewthe story details how she creates a new 7th Heaven bar in the city of Edge, and attempts to hold onto the concept of a normal family with herself and Cloud, despite him beginning to isolate himself from others. Recreating a fight scene from Advent Children, the video was banned from airing on Korean television after a copyright lawsuit by Square Enix citing plagiarism.
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Although the character's attire has varied, a miniskirt was kept as a staple of her design  Designed by Tetsuya Nomura, Tifa was not present in early versions of Final Fantasy VII, as initially, the game was to have only three playable characters; the protagonist Cloud Strife, Aerith Gainsborough and Barret Wallace.
However, during a phone call to project director Yoshinori Kitaseit was suggested that at some point in the game, one of the main characters should die, and after much discussion as to whether it should be Barret or Aerith, the producers chose Aerith. She has long, black hair in a style resembling a dolphin's tail at the tip,  and garments described as simple and monotone, consisting of a white tank top and black miniskirt. She also wears red boots and gloves, and sleeves extend up her arms from her wrists to her elbows, with suspenders connecting her skirt to her shoulders, and a large metal guard covering her left elbow.
Seeking input, he passed his sketches around Square's offices, and the majority of the staff members approved of the miniskirt design. Advent Children, co-director Takeshi Nozue had difficulty developing a framework for Tifa's body that was "balanced, yet showed off her feminine qualities. A black buttoned-up skirt covers her thighs, and she wears shorts beneath, with a piece of cloth similar to a coattail extending from the back of the skirt's waistband and ending at her ankles.
While her gloves remain, they are worn only during the film's fight scenes. Her hairstyle was changed to end at the middle of her back, with the removal of the dolphin tail from her original design.