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Cloud's party encounters him during an experiment involving Red XIII and Aeris, in which Hojo is trying to interbreed them to "preserve" their species (Aeris being a Cetra), and provide him with new specimens.At some point during Red XIII's captivity, Hojo placed a tattoo of the Roman numeral XIII on his left front leg.Red XIII later speculates the tattoo means Hojo has injected him with Jenova cells to create another Sephiroth Clone.In actuality, the tattoo is from an unrelated experiment, as Red XIII was captured by Hojo more than three years after the other Sephiroth Clones were created; this is also confirmed in the Final Fantasy VII Ultimania Omega.As Hojo places Aeris and Red XIII in the same containment tank, Cloud's party rushes the lab and Red XIII feigns aggression against Aeris prompting Barret, one of Cloud's companions, to shoot at the tank, which malfunctions as a result.Hojo opens it and Red XIII lunges at him while the others rush to save Aeris.

He is polite, curious and observant, with something of a distaste for humans which may stem from Shinra's treatment of him.That year, Seto ran off, and Red XIII assumed he had fled in the face of an impending invasion by the Gi tribe.In reality, Seto sacrificed himself to stop an attack from the Gi through the tunnels under Cosmo Canyon.Reno states in Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII- that Red XIII "looks like a lion", and in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Red XIII can be heard roaring like one.However, his overall movement along with his howling and relation to the moon appear canine, and at another point in Advent Children, Red XIII yelps like a canine as he hits the ground after Bahamut SIN shakes him off.

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Another member of his tribe, Deneh, is to be his companion for the ritual, and she accuses him of being a coward.

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