Why Does Crisis Core Have One Wing?

If you are a beginner in the collections of Final Fantasy VII, you may be wondering why these two characters, anvil and genesis, one wing, like Effort.
Today we will talk about this.
Please note that there will be the main spoilers for Crisis Core and light for Final Fantasy VII, so read at your own peril and risk.

Anguilla and genesis are similar to Effort?

Angela and genesis have wings due to a mutation caused by a series of experiments involving the Nova cell.
Anguilla and genesis are the fruits of the project G, that is, the Jillian project, headed by Professor Hollander.
He introduced Julian Nova’s cells, hoping that the one who receives her DNA will inherit the abilities of Nova.
Gillian gave birth to Angela and handed him the cells.

The genesis was introduced with them.
At first, the genesis appeared signs of degradation, because it was a recipient of Jillian’s cells from secondary hands.
The next was touched by the sore throat.
Effort did not mutate, because it was directly introduced by Nova’s cells as a fruit.

Why does Effort have a wing in Final Fantasy VII?

In the original game, Effort actually does not have the famous black wing, which, as you know, he has today.
This was presented in Kingdom Hearts, and the team of Final Fantasy VII developers liked this idea so much that they gave Effort a black wing to Advent Children.
This was not a canonical explanation.


However, at the end of the Final Fantasy VII, Effort grows white wings (similar to the wings of anvil) to show how much his body mutated due to DNA of Nova.
In fact, no one really knows where Effort and Nova begin and end in Final Fantasy VII.
To get additional assistance on Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core Reunion, read the articles how to get Goblin Punch in Crisis Core, and what does Lucky Stars do in Crisis Core?
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