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Minisode: Literature Origins of the Four Fiends of Final Fantasy IV

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Dante Travels with Virgil through the 9 circles of hell

  • Limbo
  • Lust
  • Gluttony
  • Greed
  • Anger
  • Herasy
  • Violence
  • Fraud
  • Treachery

The 8th circle is made up of Bolgias

  • Panderers and Seducers
  • Flatterers
  • Simoniacs
  • Sorcerers
  • Corrupt Poloticians
  • Hypocrites
  • Thieves
  • Fraudulant advisors
  • Sowers of Discord
  • Falsifiers

5th Bolgia

  • Corrupt poloticians, emersed in a lake of boiling tar – represents “sticky fingers”
  • Alichino (derived from Arlecchino, the harlequin)
  • Barbariccia (“Curly Beard”)
  • Cagnazzo (“Nasty Dog)
  • Calcabrina (possibly “Grace Stomper”)
  • Ciriatto (“Wild Hog”)
  • Draghignazzo (“Big Nasty Dragon”)
  • Farfarello (possibly “Goblin”)
  • Graffiacane (“Dog Scratcher”)
  • Libicocco (possibly “Libyan Hothead”)
  • Malacoda, the leader (“Evil Tail”[1])
  • Rubicante (possibly “Red-faced Terror” and a reference to Cante de’ Gabrielli, who as Podestà of Florencecondemned Dante to exile)
  • Scarmiglione (possibly “Trouble Maker”)

And how they connect with Final Fantasy IV.


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