Christaller is a character that appears in "Super Mario RPG".
Appears as a hidden boss in Super Mario RPG. Its appearance does not fit the world of Mario very much, and the graphics are not 3D like Mario and others, only he is a realistic dot picture like FF. Having doubts about the three-dimensional appearance of Mario and his two-dimensional appearance, he challenges the battle to discover the secrets of the three-dimensional world. As a companion, it is accompanied by the crystals of fire, water, soil, and wind that control the universe, and all of them attack with powerful techniques. However, they don't seem to like Christaller very much. Arrangements of FF songs are used in BGM related to Christaller. In the battle, "Battle against Crystaller", which is an arrangement of Battle 2 of FF4, will be played, the BGM at the time of victory will be FF fanfare, and after the battle, the arrangement of Prelude will be played. However, he himself is not an FF character, but he fought against a person who was drawn by Tetsuya Nomura in a FF style for Mario RPG ("I had a blade in my hand and wore silver armor on my body". There seems to be, but there is no such description on the FF side). There was a rumor that it would appear in the overseas version of FF4 at one point, but it was a hoax. By the way, the name in the overseas version of Mario RPG is "CULEX". By the way, when he uses Maro's technique "What are you thinking about?", "Chot Bachigai ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. It seems that he cares about being out of place. The four crystals are also "the ground is dry and clean (water crystal)", "I was awakened while I was sleeping (earth crystal)", and "I can't keep up with Christaller (fire crystal)". I can't feel the motivation. There is nothing I can do about the wind crystal because I sing "Hyu-Ruri-Hyu-Lala-" (probably "Overwinter Tsubame"). However, the technique used against this lack of motivation is generally atrocious. Mario VS Crystalr in this game had a composition of "three-dimensional VS plane", but after that FF became three-dimensional 3D, and on the contrary, the sequel to Mario RPG became fluent like paper Mario. There is something. In addition, Square Enix is also doing a three-dimensional 3D confrontation with a fluent hero vs. 3D in later years. (Although 3D is especially abusive to the visualist company)