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Freya Crescent

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is a fictional character in the 2000 video game Final Fantasy IX, where she is one of the main characters.

Freya was created for the 2000 video game Final Fantasy IX. The original concept art for Freya was created by Yoshitaka Amano, and the final version was created by Toshiyuki Itahana, as well as Shunkou Murase and Shin Nagasawa, who also handled the in-game version of the character. Her character design was meant to strike a balance between realism and a comic-like style, while taking inspiration from the style employed for the characters in the film The Dark Crystal. Composer Nobuo Uematsu was asked to compose Garnet's theme song. She was initially known as Freija. She is a member of a race of anthropomorphic rat called Burmecians who mainly live in two cities, Burmecia and Cleyra. Her class is Dragon Knight.

Freya appears in the video game Final Fantasy IX. She is originally from Burmecia, but when met in the game, she has not been home for years. When the man she loved, Sir Fratley, left on a mission but never returned, she left home until she discovered what became of him. After a period in Lindblum, she headed out to wander the world. Freya returns to Lindblum to compete in the "Festival of the Hunt" around the same time that Zidane and Tantalus return from their mission to kidnap Princess Garnet. Freya is reunited with Sir Fratley during Alexandria's attack on Cleyra. Her joy is cut short when he reveals that he has lost his memory and does not remember her at all. Freya is crestfallen, but when Fratley leaves again, she says nothing. She explains that she was just happy that he was alive. She is reunited with Fratley during the ending of the game in Burmecia. He has not regained his memories, but he falls back in love with Freya.

Freya is one of the "strong, serious female" characters who permeate many player parties in the Final Fantasy series. She was preceded in her role by Rydia (as an adult) from Final Fantasy IV, Faris Scherwiz from Final Fantasy V, Celes Chere from Final Fantasy VI, Aerith Gainsborough from Final Fantasy VII, and Quistis Trepe from Final Fantasy VIII, and succeeded in the role by Lulu from Final Fantasy X, Fran from Final Fantasy XII, Oerba Yun Fang from Final Fantasy XIII, and Aranea Highwind from Final Fantasy XV (though in the case of the latter, she was merely a guest character, but nonetheless came the closest to filling that role).

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