There was even a scene in which she sang to a flock of white doves, the very picture of femininity. Whenever Garnet, the dark haired heroine from Final Fantasy IX , gracefully galloped across the screen, her perfect ponytail flying behind her, not a strand out of place, I would scoff and ridicule her to no end. She also runs a YouTube channel called Hyrule Hyrulia. Sign up for free! She adopts the name Dagger as a way to rid herself of her royal identity, and later in the game narrative, chops off her hair. Sign Up for free or Log In if you already have an account to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. And as a name, it sounds ridiculous.
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A woman can cry her guts out and still be strong and independent. Don’t have an account? Actually it’s Garnet who named herself as “Dagger” because of Zidane’s weapon. From this point on, all you opinions will be rejected! In one telling scene, a disconnected Garnet, dressed in her royal garb, drops her head and disregards the screeching fireworks whizzing about before her.
Dagger’s Eidolon Summon Animation. The castle stood as a visual representation of traditional femininity and empowering strength.
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I named her Sophia, because she just looks like a Sophia. There was even a scene in which she sang to a flock of white doves, the very picture of femininity. She adopts the name Dagger as a way to rid herself of her royal identity, and later in the game narrative, chops off her hair. I was in middle school at the time, and for some strange reason, I rejected traditional femininity because I was under the assumption that it was seriously uncool and stupid.
I never understood that a strong, empowered woman could still be traditionally feminine. Dagger is better fit for the “other” Garnet when she cuts her hair and develops a stronger and more mature personality.
Kialandi Kialandi 6 years ago 7 I’m always tempted to call her Short Varnet. I used to think Garnet was overly emotional and too attached to others, especially her mother.
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More topics from this board Um keep in mind zidane was trying to find a name to think of for garnant before heading into dali. The fortress-like entity showed signs of life as it shifted and sighed, blowing out lines of steam.
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I never wanted to be viewed as weak or useless, so I resisted femininity by wearing baggy clothing and cutting my hair short. My rejection of traditional femininity stemmed from my desire for acceptance in the video game crowd, which primarily gagnet of young boys as far as I could tell.
I never understood how Garnet could be emotionally attached to such a cruel and selfish person. Every line of dialogue would make it seem like she was in an abusive relationship.
She also runs a YouTube channel called Hyrule Hyrulia.
Log In Sign Up. The contents of this post may not reflect the views of the poster. I willfully turned my back on characters like her. I was a follower, and as a result, more willing to conform than stand out. I refuse to condemn Garnet for relying on others at the beginning of the game, because everyone needs saving every now and then.
She’s able to fight for what she believes in and control her destiny. She eventually came to a point where she traveled all the way to Alexandria from Lindblum garneet reflected upon the past events, and realizes that its not her fault that everything just went insane when she’s gaenet. The Garnet in Disk What do you think, Zidane? For years, I was of the mindset that to be strong, one had to wear a stony expression. I’m always tempted to call her Short Sword.