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Story Line: Kimahri is the original guardian of Yuna. When her father died, Auron used his dying breaths to tell Kimahri to go to Bevelle and save Yuna. He does this, and brings Yuna to Besaid, where he stays at her side for the rest of life there. Kimahri is a Ronzo who lost his horn in a battle of strength with some other Ronzos. Later in the game he faces the two again in a fight of strength, where Kimahri finally wins and is welcome back int othe Ronzo tribe. Shortly after, however, Seymour kills all of the remaining Ronzos in an attempt to liberate them. Kimahri's journey becomes not just one of loyalty, but also of revenge for his people. Story Line Score: 10

Overall Battle Performance: Final Fantasy X has a completely new battle system and magic system to go along with all the other changes to this fabulous game. In battle, it is not only possible to change the weapons and armor of the characters, but it is also possible to switch characters around, even bring in ones that are not in your party. This is a great advantage, because you can use everyone's skills to defeat enemies and bosses instead of blindly going into battle and hoping you picked good characters. Weapons are bought at shops, as usual, and come with special abilities attached and also with the ability to customize your own abilities. But perhaps the most interesting part of Final Fantasy X's battle system is the Sphere Grid, an elaborate web of spheres which contain power ups and also abilities each character can learn. With spheres won in battle, your characters can eventually cover the entire grid, learning every spell and gaining ever power up they can get. Each character has their own color, so you can see where everyone else is and has been around the grid. Each character also has and Overdrive, special attacks they can perform depending on which setting you choose. Kimahri uses lances, which you think would be really cool, until you actually use him in battle and you see that he's just a run of the mill average character. He's a blue mage though, which can get you some cool enemy skills like white wind and mighty gaurd, but he can only use them during his overdrive. Kimahri can jump, which you would think signifies a dragoon, but no, he is not that cool at all. Overall Battle Performance Score: 3

Overall Contribution: Kimahri is the worst character in a game full of wonderful ones. So much for a perfect go at it, SquareSoft. Overall Contribution Score: 3

My Opinion: Kimahri lame. My Opinion Score: 3

Kimahri's Average Score: 4.8