Every Cocoon FalCie in Final Fantasy 13 is ranked

Every Cocoon FalCie in Final Fantasy 13 is ranked ...

TrueCie are god-like individuals who are powered with crystals in Final Fantasy 13. Bhunivelze hoped to reach the unseen realm and created Pulse, Lindzei, and Etro to assist him in that goal. Although these falCie embrace more humanoid appearances to lull the populace into a false sense of security, their true intentions are more sinister.

Lindzeis falCie's ultimate aim is to take on their Maker by flooding Etros gate with an influx of souls. To do this, people wait for a Pulse lCie to complete a certain task to become Ragnarok and destroy Cocoon. Without further ado, let's examine which of Cocoons falCie are most crucial for survival, before the inevitable armageddon.

10 Siren Silently It Plays

Siren is a falCie who is unknown. A statue of it can be found at a shrine in the seaside town of Bodhum. In a flashback, we see that Serah tells Snow that she was branded a pulse lCie in front of the statue in their hometown.

Siren makes a brief appearance during the festive Pompa Sancta parade in Nautilus Park, where he plays a harp. Given that its purpose is unknown, it is likely to be the least known falCie on Cocoon.

9 Protera Its A Shield?

A Vestige from Pulse had laid dormant among the Bodhum inhabitants for centuries. People of Cocoon were taught to fear anything from Pulse origin, and had no idea something from the lower world was amidst their civilization. When the Vestige started suddenly one day, Serah wandered in out of curiosity, and was declared a lCie by Anima the Pulse falCie.

Protera is the falCie that lifted the Vestige from Bodhum after these events came to light. As cool as picking things up and putting them down, there are a few other falCie to see.

8 Palamecia Believe It Can Fly

The Sanctum's massive falCie is used as an airship by PSICOM for military use. When we see it moving the Pulse Vestige through the Hanging Edge, this falCie is first introduced.

When captured in Nautilus Park by Jihl Nabaat, the prison serves as a prison for Sazh and Vanille, and it is a nudgeon that cannot be used once the other actors bust them out. Underneath the ship, a humanoid face is seen, a common trait of Cocoon falCie.

7 Phoenix Rise!

A falCie, which acts as a sun by providing warmth and light, floats in the Cocoons inner atmosphere, bathing the world below with its radiant light. It also aids in regulating the weather, and oversees additional falCie that control wind and rain. Where would a world be without light and warmth, as well as weather phenomena?

Despite the fact that human existence may be fragile, the society might theoretically survive without it. Nevertheless, it's not essential to the Cocoons' residents. It's good to note that it's also good.

6 Kujata Power Level Over 9,000

Kujata is the falCie that provides the floating rock with just that. Eight days before the Purge, Kujata sensed the Pulse lCie Fang and Vanille in its vicinity, taking emergency defensive action by naming the nearest person into a Sanctum lCie.

Sazh was unable to see his son Dajh out of the store because to a lack of security. Kujata was able to locate Fang and Vanille in the midst of the chaos, and he became aware that power is important. However, humans can be able to have a few advantages over electricity.

5 Barthandelus & Menrva The Power Duo

The main antagonists of Final Fantasy 13, Barthandelus poses as the human Galenth Dysley, a Primarch, who was elected into his position by Cocoon residents in human form. When his power is stored inside his rukh familiar, Menrva. It was actually Barthandelus who orchestrated the Pulse Vestige, which occurred centuries before the area was populated.

He was also responsible for surreptitiously assisting the game's protagonists in completing their Focus of destroying Cocoon. Barthandelus was so anxious to see Cocoon's destruction come to pass that the falCie was willing to die to ensure Cocoon fell, so many lives could flood the Etros gate and summon the Maker. A governing figure is critical, but lets continue and see which falCie are most.

4 Carbuncle Buncle Up!

Carbuncle, situated on the edge of Palumpolum, provides food to Cocoon residents. Adept at the task, it oversees the process of extremely efficient hydroponic farming. Utilising mobile pads and careful regulation of light and water, it spins over pastures, reminiscent of a butterfly dispersing pollen.

On the wing-like appendages, a red crystal glows at its center, and humanoid faces can be seen. A neighboring process in the facility also produces raw protein that supplements the vegetables grown there.

3 Leviathan Praise The Great Sea Wyrm

People walking inside their body are shown how much less water is essential than food. A falCie Leviathan is charged with providing Cocoon with purified water. A falCie in Eden, also known as Leviathan Plaza, is accused of providing Cocoon with purified water. It is possible that Leviathan had been considered as a form of amusement in Nautilus Park.

Perhaps its objective of providing clean water was more important than the gleeful mortals it teaches, so thats why it didnt stop to partake in the murmure.

2 Eden Not The Garden

Eden, the capital city of Cocoon, is responsible for all aspects of humanity. Out of Barthandelus, Eden is the only known falCie to communicate with Sanctum employees. It is also responsible for the administration and security of the floating paradise.

The nexus that ties all the falCie and directs their power as it sits nestled in the capital. Within Eden, there is a dimension from which this falCie draws its power. Only one falCie remains more important than all of them.

1 Orphan Take It To Its Maker

This automated is the most crucial of all, because it gives Eden's siphons the power to oversee the functions of Cocoon, while also supplying power to all the falCie. If Orphan falls, Cocoons inevitable demise will follow, and that's exactly what it wants. It is located within Eden's pocket area, known as Orphans Cradle, where it dreams in a state of unbirth.

Menrva dives into the pool where Orphan stumbles in a suspended animation. This gives the fal'Cie life for the final battle, while Barthandelus is also connected with a lifeless shell. Orphan has more than 10 million HP in its mainline Final Fantasy series, making it the final (regular) boss.