1. Anything from the Final Fantasy RPG Third Edition homebrew book is open for use. I am not restricting any races or jobs.
2. This game is going to use a Limit Break system. For the sake of choosing something that appeals more to the players, I would ask that you look at the following two links and vote on which Limit Break system you want: one
. If you choose not to vote, that is fine, but keep in mind that I will choose one by myself if I do not get enough votes, and I would much rather you get the system that the majority wants.
3. You may follow archetypes from the Final Fantasy games, but do not copy a preexisting character. For example, it is fine to make a mysterious girl who is from an ancient civilization and has great healing or summoning powers. It is not fine to make a character named Aeris/Aerith and have her be an Ancient who specializes in Materia.
4. Not every party member in the Final Fantasy games are knights in shining armor. You are welcome to make characters that lean towards a neutral, or even evil, alignment. However, it is heavily encouraged that you make characters that have reasons to support the party. I want this to be a campaign where players work together, which is what most Final Fantasy games emphasize with their party characters.
5. The more interesting the personality and backstory, the more likely you are to be accepted. I will incorporate character backstories into the plot. If you put NPCs your character knows into your backstories, the odds are high that they will either be mentioned or show up in some fashion. Also, I highly recommend adding hometowns or areas that you would come from. This will expand the world for the campaign by making it a world constructed by multiple people.