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Great tips, a couple i suggest is using a shield against fast nimble characters in order to make them vulnerable. Also you can literally run through the main game in 30 hours or less with avg equipment and running through un needed fights, so you can get the ring of lucii....when you have load up your game after beating the game you'll have extra content unlocked and a low level to still make the side quests challenging....essentially you can now explore to your hearts content without anything being blocked
This is my first playthrough of the game, which I am loving so far, and that instant sprint tip will be really helpful at times, I'm sure. Usually I just ride Chocobos if I want to go somewhere on foot, lol.
I was like- dang where is that Bioblaster thing, literally look up and I'm on the quest just cleared the whole area, and was right outside, the bioblaster was less than 3 seconds away from me! Thank you! Great tips!
Only started to you 'Wait Mode' in combat at Chapter 6 and it's proving to be very useful - Wish I would have used it sooner, so hopefully someone reads this and get's the heads up :) It gives you much more of a strategic advantage against your opponents.
if money is an issue get to altisia and play the 10k pinball style game and collect 99 of the wooden block looking things then leave the minigame and you get an item that can be sold for 500k (can be repeated). at this point you will also have access to the 3x EXP rest spot. hope this helps some1 even tho its a bit late :)
I find it worthwhile to sleep at a camp when you are just roaming around and doing small side quests, since they usually have a lot of elemancy points/treasure points from which you can choose what you need to get. Sleeping at a motel/caravan is what I do before going for a major quest. And I always leave with eating something from one of the diners first thing in the morning to get the stat boosts from food...
So I just started and I'm not very good. Is it really worth holding onto exp as long as previous commenters are saying? I haven't done it yet but will I be missing out by not cashing in? Im currently lvl 19, really new to the series.
I love the game, but that part of the story makes no sense, you are the freaking prince and you have to go running around like an idiot collecting stuff from the floor just to get a decent play to stay, or something to eat, really?
IVE BEEN PLAYING HEEPS (the first store)
That whole sprint trick, isnt a trick just read the tutorial - atrick would be me saying if you jump and sprint over and over you keep the sprint speed, thats a trick, you dumbfucks.
Saving money isnt a trick.
im 30s in and im done with this video
jerome vet I agree, the original FF series required lots of grinding to get your levels up, but more recent ones allow you to enjoy the story without spending too much time levelling up your characters
Another trick: sprint for a period of time and then constantly jump. During your jumps the stamina bar refills and you can sprint again. You can even preemptively hold the jump button while airborn so you make a frameperfect jump when landing.
I'm not quite sure which is faster, jumping or sprinting. But one thing for sure is jumping > normal running
J Koz i was level 56 on chapter2. lol but the fast leveling is different from what she said. but im on ps4 too. lol yeah it easy to level on this game lol. and ive havent been playing it all the time. been playing it little hear and there for the past two months.
I was really lucky. I was wondering around not long after starting when I got attacked and was nearly killed by something. When I latched onto the right enemy it was a Cactuar ( did I spell that right lol ) gave me thousands of EXP levelled up about 6 times woohoo
nice video only thing i didnt know was the infinite sprint n how to actually use the wait mode but those bounties def recommend those cuz i knew eventually we were gonna have to start switchin those weapons out n like most rpgs those high teir weapons come later in the game., with those bouties id say invest in weapons potions n elixirs, and DONT sell everything u find bc some of those can be mixed with the elements to make them more potent for those high tier enemies.
Pro-tip. You can earn AP by finishing foes with Warp-Strike. You can earn quick AP by grinding to level 30 and heading back to hammerhead and farm Sabertusks for AP as you'll most likely one shot them by then.
This was imho a very good video one word pronounced incorrectly is hardly the end of the world-it's funny how ppl always have to pick up on one tiny mistake and comment about it and largely ignore all the good stuff-just sayin
at the beginning of chapter 3 when u can upgrade your items head to cape caem, theres a small light house with a well ext to it tbat had a glass stone or gem on top. said item is used to upgrade engine blade i to engine blade ii which for me had over 200 attack power, makes for an easy boost from there on out
I got a trick that helped me literary complete the story with no effort: collect 100,000 exp by staying up for weeks in game or even more, that's just where I stopped. Go to the restaurant (idk if there's a better one) and double it to make it 200,000 exp.
I recommend doing as many side quests as you can and save all of your EXP. I did that and I saved up over 100,000 experience. Went to double my experience for the 10,000 Gil and went from level 19 to 43!
Daniel Escobar no problem. Glad it helped someone. You can also use your elemancy and add the item "Rare Coin" or "Debased coin" and it will also give you more experience points in that battle. Level up like a pro!
A year later, and it does not appear they have fixed the story. Reading the 3 paragraphs from the movie / anime / whatever gave me more insight into the story than the entire actual story so far in the game (last thing I did was steal back the car).
Oh believe me. I agree completely, I'm just clearing it up for those who would still want to fill in the plot holes presented in the game. We shouldn't need other medias to fully understand the story. I'm sure all of this was supposed to be in the game, but they just didn't have the time (the game took 4 years to make since they scrapped out the idea for versus). They did announce they're working on patching the story so hopefully they'll decide to add all of this in and before you ask, the update will be free.
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