During the start of the game, the first time you go to the ark, you go through a dark version of the historia crux. i see no mention of it on the historia crux page, and was wondering if it was mentioned elsewhere?
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Does anyone know the proper pronunciation for gysahl greens? I say guy- sal.
I am legit quitting FF8 because of the god awful, terrible F@#%ing red dragon mini game. What a goddam joke. It is impossible to win. Way to screw up Square
1.) Is it any harder than Final Fantasy VII? (confirmed I can beat VII without the cheats, even Sephiroth)
2.) Can I get it for the Switch or Wii U virtual console?
(I kinda have a thing for evil clowns (a clean thing in case you got the wrong idea from that), plus this is one of the more popular games along with VII, and I kinda like Terra and Edgar based on what little I've seen)
Please no hurtful comments.
Does anyone know if ffxi is going to be released on mobile? I seen some YouTube videos indicating it would be, but information on this is hard to find.
Ignis is my favorite Final Fantasy character, but after Episode Ardyn, I have a lot more respect for him and he's a pretty cool villian.
Hi! I just started using this app and I'm super happy to find this page. Can't wait to talk to y'all
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Anyone else excited about the remastering and re-releasing of FF8? Especially to hold us over until 7 Remake gets here. FF8 always feels like the black sheep of the main series, but IMO think it’s a top 5 game. Thoughts??
The original Dissidia Final Fantasy?
I almost got it for $15 at a Game City when I realized you could play as Sephiroth in Arcade Mode from the beginning... but I don't know that much about its gameplay (I understand it's more action-y than Final Fantasy which is also fun), and whether the battles are fun or the story mode, and whether it's worth it just to play as Sephiroth (wasn't fighting and destroying him enough?), and whether it would be fun for me in other ways.
After a long and annoying path full of enemies that are stronger than any boss in the game EXCEPT Sephiroth himself, I finally reached the One-Winged Angel.
His first form was frustrating, but I eventually figured out you have to attack his core as the second team (I assumed it would be as effective as attacking him with the first team), then that deactivates the defense of the left side of his core. Once I figured that out, his first form was history...
Then I reached his second form, Safer-Sephiroth, his one-winged angel form, which I had both anticipated and dreaded. The latter, for good reason. I began the fight by fully healing HP, but with his first attack he killed Cloud in one hit. I use a Phoenix Down to revive him, but then he kills Red XIII. And before I revive him, he kills Cloud again. Then he does Supernova, which is the fraction damage attack, and thus his weakest attack even though it looks like it should be a 1-hit kill. So I revive Cloud, and try to heal from here, but he kills Yuffie, and before I can revive her, he kills Cloud, after earlier turning him to a frog, and confusing Red XIII, who then kills himself.
I barely even got any non-Phoenix Down moves in. It was a slaughter. And I know no amount of level grinding can increase my chances of beating him. I was over Level 60 when I got to him and I know he's designed to be proportionate to what level you are.
You said he was easy, but he's impossible to beat without the God Mode. I wonder what cheat codes people used when they beat him on PS1? Well, I don't know but I'm sure my Switch remote needs charging after all that time, especially how long it took to get to Sephiroth and beat his first form. I'll make some chamomile tea to calm down from the frustration, and then I'll fight him again, this time with God Mode so this time he'll be on the receiving end of a one-sided slaughter.
Before I wanted to beat him coz he's my favorite villain (if that makes sense). Well, he's not anymore! He must have caused so many devoted players extreme frustration, and the extreme difficulty of the path to him - you can't even run from the enemies there without receiving a LOT of damage - probably put players off from trying to fight him again (at least I can turn off random battles now I know I CAN get to him without doing that), you can't even fight him with a refreshed mind and be prepared for him.
Now I want to kill him because of how much frustration he caused me and who knows how many other players here. I had really hoped I wouldn't need the God Mode button to beat him, but it looks like I will.
Right now my instincts about how unbelievably powerful Sephiroth is and how he's WAY out of my league seem to be right. If he fought Palpatine, Sauron, and Voldemort, one thrust and he'd have a Dark Lord shishkabob. If he fought Zanza... it wouldn't even come close, Sephiroth would rend him in two like a hot knife through butter. Frieza? He's tear his tail off, shove it down his throat, and turn him inside-out.
How do people even get to Sephiroth at Level 40-50? Unless all the enemies, Jenova-SYNTHESIS, and Bizzaro-Sephiroth are set to Cloud's level as well.
Is there something I'm missing here?
Just curious what everyone thinks of emulation and ports of ff games?
If you've all been missing my previous post with my updates and questions about my first Final Fantasy VII playthrough, I've been running into serious trouble at a huge difficulty spike.
I was somehow able to catch a Chocobo and cross the marsh to Ether Mine. I mean, Mythril Mine. But I can't get back coz when you dismount a Chocobo it runs away, and the Midgar Zolom will keep me from crossing back to Midgar Area.
And Junon Area is full of enemies that can do 100 damage. But at least I could keep buying Potions at Junon and using them to heal.
The forest is full of overpowered enemies too, but the good news is I got Yuffie.
Now, level grinding in this area is difficult because at first there is no inn at Junon. Turns out, there is, but in order to sleep at it you must first defeat the boss there. Which has an attack that I have no idea how to counter, where he traps you in a ball of water that starts to drown you or something. I don't know how to break that. Fortunately he didn't do this to Yuffie, the only character with an attack that could hit him, so I just barely beat him. And he's not even listed as one of the seven "That One Boss". (If I had this much trouble with a boss this early into the game, I REALLY don't have a chance with Sephiroth. I knew I wasn't near good enough for him)
Now, I can rest at the inn and fight enemies to my heart's content, right? Wrong. As soon as you wake up it forces Cloud to separate from his allies, and I can't get them back together. Furthermore, assuming I was going to do the dolphin jump right away, Barret took the PHS because "it'll break if it gets wet" despite it surviving that boss unavoidably splashing Cloud with a tsunami. In other words, there's nothing more I can do now but do this dolphin jump for another really long sequence before it gets back into a regular swing where I can comfortably fight lots of enemies, if ever. A heads up for all that would've been nice!
So... I caught a Chocobo to cross the marsh. I beat countless enemies at Junon Area. I got Yuffie. I beat that boss that I know I'm missing something on, and if I'm not, he's REALLY difficult. But I can't do that dolphin jump. I don't even know what part of the structure I'm supposed to be aiming for. I'm guessing that red horizontal thing, but no matter what I try I can't jump in the right position for Cloud to grab onto it.
How do I do this, and is there anything I'm missing as far as the others goes? Also, is Level 25 a decent point for Cloud, or am I screwed going forward? I saved over my previous save file not knowing Cloud was alone. I do have one save file from before crossing the marsh but I don't want to try to catch a Chocobo again.
And are there any other "points of no return" I should know about that give no notice or indication that Cloud's allies aren't in the party anymore? I REALLY wanted to level up Yuffie some more!
Edit: Never mind, I found Dyne and beat him. Delete this post
What would be the children of FFXV characters be named? This is my opinion.
Noctis- Annabelle (Daughter) Seamus (Son)
Ignis- Isla (Daughter)
Gladiolus- Marcie (Daughter) Maude (Daughter)
Prompto- Cydney (Daughter)
Ardyn- Kyla (Daughter)
Cor- Sylvia (Daughter) Carley (daughter) Holly (Daughter) Sara (Daughter)
Trying to figure out how big the download for the physical copy of ffxiv complete edition is.
Anyone familiar enough with the game, if I have any questions, can you please answer them for me? (In the meantime I'll keep you updated on my progress, but remember, I won't know a lot of stuff that's probably common knowledge here, such as how to get Yuffie and Vincent)
So, I found out you can heal by sleeping at inns for less gil than you get from winning one enemy battle, let alone the number of battles I can win before I need to heal. And sometimes get potions or, on rare occasion, ether from winning them.
While I was fighting enemies at the train yard for all that and experience I noticed the robot is the most powerful yet he gives me the least experience. So I hated fighting him, but loved fighting those three jellyfish things coz they give the MOST experience despite being the weakest. And don't think I didn't notice those two beasts only using their tentacle attack on Tifa. (I'm not into that but I know of it)
So it seems enemies appear at random, not only at random spots in an area but at random times too. Like I'd be walking back and forth on the upper northwest platform and then suddenly a battle would start. And which enemy it is is randomized too. It also seems that it's not 100% turn-based, but rather you can attack whenever you are able to (after any move, there's a bit of a "cooldown gauge"). Of course, one character still attacks at a time, so still kinda turn-based, just how fast you are determines when. Or something. That about sum it up?
Spent quite a bit of gil on Fire Materia (so it's basically the gems in Xenoblade Chronicles, what goes in weapon slots) and potions, and so ether is what heals magic (but didn't find it at the store, so far only got it from battles, of course ether will throw me off a bit coz Mako is the FF counterpart to XC's ether).
As to where I am... I'm about to go on the second reactor mission, not sure exactly how to get there, but Cloud is Level 12 and Tifa and Barret are Level 11. Is this a good level for this point in the game?
I mean, I know it's a stretch to imagine me getting to Sephiroth, let alone beating him, but I'll get as far as I can.
I just kind of dug up this app while messing around but it looks like a great little community!
I dont have anyone to really talk about and share Final Fantasy with so I am really looking forward to this!
I first got into FF with 13 so if I seem a bit backward in my experinces its from some harsh learning lol. But that was years ago...almost 11 years lol.
Anyways I look forward to talking and meeting everyone!