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    IMPORTANT This thread is no longer being updated; the list is now being maintained here: I have assorted these players in regards to their associated rankings with said character. If a person plays a character and has uploaded gameplay of that character onto his/her channel, and are above Adamant E with that character, I listed them under said character. I am only human, so PM me if anything changes or if I failed to notice anything that should be noted. Rankings are as follows (ordered from highest to lowest) Crystal (クリスタル) Adamant (アダマン) Diamond (ダイヤ) Mythril (ミスリル) Platinum (プラチナ) Gold (ゴールド) Silver (シルヴァ) Bronze (ブロンズ) Each rank has a sub rank that you have to go through to get to the next tier. A > B > C > D > E If you request for me to add any player in particular to this list, then PM me their channel. If they are not actually active, then I'll compile some single videos into another topic if I get enough requests. DO NOT TAKE THIS LIST OF PLAYERS AS A REPRESENTATIVE LIST OF HOW POPULAR ANY CHARACTER IS. NOT EVERYONE UPLOADS MATCHES OF THEMSELVES, AND I CANNOT FIND EVERY SINGLE PERSON WHO DOES ON YOUTUBE. (If people want niconico links to people. I'll look for those, but there has to be a demand for that in order for me to even bother with listing nico links.) Popo Chi Marin marie rose Kisarah ch P Cassis Kamenin Lunabelle Mahirok taka9192 okazaki alfred mana-dao Muu-chan Dekoichi Asegami ibuki roi Floraniel Maokorin Half Life Kitai no Homo Tekuo Naga Magician Nube sonosaki Muu-chan mashumaro Aona otyka Dissi Sekka Kedachiku Shigumu Higashide(?) tokunin Ryuusei Bittan Kiraboshi batamon fuyuka Ryuusei Corn Farmer Shirofina Marin maoku Mike Popcorn Sosui ininfeju Ponkotsu Tsuyoshi Karura Sosui Kiina Nube Akii Shiina Save The Queen Marin ENISHI Matsu hirarinbushi Sankouya Nagano Aka Yume Aona otyka Matsumoto taka9192 Sepp Minuet Jakudo Naga Magician STB Ruxuil Holy Miya hayate Shirofina Rei Zenzopanero Marin Dissi Miyu Nakagawa Shirofina momokoiro GENGAR marie rose Adam ininfeju Pakunenjin Shinosho Bittan sbedion Secchan otaku Kira Shirofina ibuki Toya Sana-chan Secchan Rau Zane-Chan Sekka rikusuke Zinan Matsu Torote Karura Kiina Dissi Miyu Nakagawa Oiyo Matsu Holy Miya hohi Eri otaku Hero nocchi Dissi Miyu Nakagawa disconnection Enji Popo Tei-chan corne Marin Sekka Chi mitsuboshi Tekuo Corn Farmer Taka Kiina Shirofina Happy Beard Marin Zane-Chan Pakunenjin Holy Miya Minuet Marin Shirofina Toya Aoi Akuma KAS Sana-chan Mikeneko Gomesu hohi dear Xemnas kuroyuri Chi Yauken(?_ Aona Matsu Aoi Akuma Kiina ininfeju Marin Zane-Chan ENISHI Sekka Kuneshige Shigumu Aona Mike Popcorn ininfeju Baba KAS Popo Rei Yugudora Kisarah ch Kakine
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    I read about Dissidia in a 2007 issue of Game Informer, can't for the life of me remember what month it was in. I was intrigued, but despite being a fighting game fanatic and a Final Fantasy fan even at that age (was only 13) I wasn't really sold, and once reviews came out and weren't all that impressive in praise, I decided against picking it up. However, after scumming around for my Freshman year (we in 2009 now) and failing Algebra (yeah, I know) I ended up in summer school with one of my best friends, who would bring his PSP to school everyday just like I did. Only, while I was playing Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker, he had Dissidia. He let me play on his PSP during our break one day, and immediately upon playing my first match on his maxed out Kefka, I was absolutely hooked. Took a few months before I convinced my parents to snag it for me (I was 15 at this point) but once they did, I spent stupid amounts of hours playing it. I neglected almost every other PSP game I had, barely touched my consoles, and stayed up far past curfew just playing it in bed until my alarm clock would go off the next morning for school. Once at school, I'd spend every lunch period, study hall, and any other chance I could get playing against my friends that owned the game. We had a blast, and between collecting all the items and gear pieces, maxing out every character and all their abilities, and having our own small little tournaments among ourselves, we were hooked. However, being someone that followed the FGC, played Smash Bros Brawl competitively, and was an avid Smashboards user, I looked around for a competitive forum and community for Dissidia as well, to try and gain a leg up on my friends and learn all the top level secrets, builds and strats. That led me to discover Dissidiaforums, and I fell in love. I watched all the replays uploaded to the Youtube channel and individual replay threads, scoured every character board to peruse all the tech and MU discussions going on. I fell deeper into the rabbit hole than I already was. I didn't actually join the forums until a couple years later, however, and that was for Duodecim, not for the original Dissidia. Playing with my friends persisted all throughout high school, with me eventually getting a PS3 for myself in mid 2013 so I could play ad-hoc party and such. I 100% completed Duodecim as well, even though it was a far more painful process to go about than its predecessor. In the original Dissidia I mained Kefka and Squall, due to me liking Kefka's spell slinging playstyle (and being a huge VI fan) and me adoring Squall's combo heavy playstyle (despite hating VIII). My main in Duodecim changed a lot over the course of its lifespan. I started with Kefka and Squall, eventually switched over to Cloud and Tidus, then Laguna, then Bartz, Jecht, and more all until eventually resting upon Tidus and Bartz as my go to boys. I adore Dissidia as a franchise, and while Arcade looks... Well looks really rough and a little shoddy for competitive play... Looking at the frequent patch notes and engine overhauls SE has been doing on it, and seeing the gradual improvement of the game since its initial arcade release, I hold hope that there may be something to salvage by the time it makes its console debut. The sooner the better, because my PC can't rub PPSSPP comfortably and I really miss playing with folks from the forums, and exposing myself in tournaments seeing as I didn't understand high level play in Dissidia back then. I'm so much better now, just wish I could show it lol
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    With this getting a bit more buzz than I expected, I want to ask you guys if you have any channels you personally follow that I do not have listed here! A lot of these channelsseem to be getting lots of views; I'm not sure whether it's because anyone is actually looking at this or there are a lot more Japanese people who use youtube, but I'm glad to see that channels are getting 1000+ views for the content they put out! Also, I would like to ask if anyone would like me to start keeping notes on the list of the players individual ranks. It's a very difficult thing to keep up with, and so I ask if anyone is interested in helping me out with that by sending me individual players rankings of each character they play I will add them if I get enough responses. With that out of the way: UPDATE: Added a LOT more players I may be planning something in the works for how to... watch this game(?). A possible short replay commentary in which me and maybe a few others dissect what is going on in the game: The intricacies, the decisions, the plays, and all other things you may be missing in the constant chaos that is this game!
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    Guess I'll introduce myself. My tag's Vince, I'm a Warrior of Light main who joined here about three days before Scrub City. I played Dissidia casually around 2011 or 2012 when a friend of mine introduced it to me. At the time I didn't know shit about FF and I had just made a friend who was a fan of it. Around that time, the infamous Link vs Cloud Death Battle by Screwattack had come out which prompted a VERY heated debate between us (him being an FF fan and me being an LoZ fan). He showed me Dissidia mostly to show me how Cloud worked. Fell in love with the game, got my own copy and kept playing myself, but only casually (my friend's PSP died before I got my own copy, plus he's not much into competitive games). Stopped playing after a little bit because my PSP died, didn't pick up DDFF again until now. Having been interested in other competitive videogame scenes like Super Smash Bros. and eventually becoming a TO for fighting game tournaments, I looked back and began to wonder about whether or not DDFF had a competitive scene. That's when I discovered the forums and ended up here. If you found this introduction to be a bit long it's because writing it brought back memories and may have made me ramble on a bit. XD
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