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- Thanks for the warm welcome! I'll try to take a look through those pages sometime soon. I do have a bit of wiki experience, but I'm new to wikia (not to mention the FF wiki) so I'm sure they'll prove helpful. --Justanotherjosh (talk) 01:01, December 3, 2012 (UTC)
You look like a nice guy. --The Gir's and Sings of Asia 20:54, September 4, 2013 (UTC)
- Why thank you! That's very nice of you to say. :-) I'm sure you're probably quite nice yourself. —JustAnotherJosh talk 22:45, September 4, 2013 (UTC)
- I own the 3DS version of the game, so any and all stats, descriptions, etc. that I've been adding are taken from this version of the game. Unfortunately I don't currently own an iPhone/iPad so I'm unable to play that version of Theatrhythm, but I would be curious to see if character stats are the same. I've been doing my best to fill in the holes in our data, but most of my characters are already at level 99 so there are certain articles I won't be much help with unless I were to reset my game file and start from scratch. I've also been careful to disarm any abilities that alter a characters stats, so what I'm posting should be the base stats for the characters at these levels. Any reason you ask? —JustAnotherJosh talk 18:03, October 1, 2013 (UTC)
- Unfortunately Hope isn't in the 3DS version of TFF, so I'm not sure how much help I can be with his article. He only appears in the iOS version of the game, and even then you have to purchase him as DLC so it might be difficult to find detailed information about his stat growth and abilities without playing the game firsthand.
- After some searching I did, however, manage to find this review of the iOS version that provides a bit of useful information. According to the article, "Instead of improving all stats (Strength, Magic, Agility, Luck), only max health points and new abilities... are received through leveling. The abilities are also condensed: each character can have two abilities equipped (instead of four), and they are automatically assigned the newest two." A screenshot of Hope's stats at level 6 is also shown in the article. Apparently, his stats are ranked as Strength C, Magic S, Agility B, Luck A. The way the article describes it, it sounds as though these stats remain constant regardless of his level with only his HP changing (although I am personally unable to verify this). It also appears that he learns the Fire and Protect (Lv 1) abilities, but I'm sure he learns more as he levels up.
- I know this isn't much, but at least it's a start and hopefully it helps. Also, if you need me to check or verify anything in Lightning's article let me know. She's already level 99 in my game so it'd be difficult for me to double-check some of the stats, but from a quick look everything seems to be in order. —JustAnotherJosh talk 23:36, October 1, 2013 (UTC)
- No problem, happy to help! —JustAnotherJosh talk 05:14, November 12, 2013 (UTC)
Ability Pages Edit
Awesome work on the FFXI spell pages, since not many people really edit content for that game >.<, though since the game's almost reaching its peak, and the next expansion will be the last that adds content, maybe we can one day fully cover it...anyway. Just letting you know that you should add categories to these pages such as Category:Black Magic, and in addition to the Black Magic navbox, the FFXI Abilities navbox should be added at the bottom. Thanks!-- Technobliterator TC 18:51, August 13, 2015 (UTC)