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Before we go to Zeltennia and meet Delita, we still have another sidequest to do. This is the beginning of our long sidequest with Mustadio and the only reason you have to not kick him out now that you have Balthier in your party. But as usual, you are not obligate to do this sidequest, you can continue but you are going to need a unit like Beowulf in your party. With super units like him or Balthier, the game is a lot easier.
And no, this isn't the Beowulf from the movie or the book. This is a new guy but it would be a nice from Square to add a character from a popular series to Final Fantasy but again, this is Square we are talking about. Seriously, why Square makes mistakes that other companies doesn't make? Why screw one of the best Series for a couple of bucks? This is another prove that the world is ruled by weak persons that doesn't have the will to reject money, sad.
Anyway, go to Goug, the place where we rescued Mustadio's father. A scene will play if you still have Mustadio, if you haven't, you're screw. Mustadio and his father discovered a object that reacts to the Auracite. So now we need to find another Zodiac Stone. Now head to Gollund and do the following Errands: Coal Miners Wanted and More Coal Miners Wanted. Afterwards, read the Rumor: The Haunted Mine. After eading the rumor, go to lesalia a scene will start in the taverns of gollund.
Ramza is in a tavern and orders milk(?) to drink. Many people is talking about money and hunts, nothing too interesting until someone mentions a "Holy Dragon". That could be interesting. That is when a man enters to the conversation to help us with the Dragon. That is Beowulf Cadmus and he wants to find the Holy Dragon, ask him "How much gil does your blade require?" and he will join you party as a guest.
Now that you have Beowulf as a guest, Gollund will turn into a red zone, which means we are going to have a battle, a multi-battle zone to be specific. As usual, have a backup file and get ready to kick some ass:
Mining Town of Gollund
|Battle Number: 38|
|A Lesson in Chemistry|
|Location||Gollund Colliery Floor|
X X X X X | X X X X X X X X X X | X X X X X . X X X X | front front |
|Objective||Defeat all Enemies|
|Difficulty||Easy if you're fast enough to kill them.|
|Recommended Level||Level 32.|
Why this group of Chemists arre attacking us? Beats me. I'm guessing they are after the Holy Dragon as well but that doesn't mean they are going to win this battle.
There is only one way to describe this battle: Easy. The entire enemy's team are just Chemists, a total joke. Sure, it can be annoying when they are healing each other but they have low defense and speed, giving you the superior ground. A good idea will be to focus your attack in different units at the same time so they can die one after another on a row. There is nothing worth to steal from this guys.
This is a good chance to try Balthier in battle. Use his high accurate attack to kill those Chemists one by one. Ramza can back him up while Agrias and Luso attack another Chemist. Beowulf is a right now a guest so I don't think you should depend of his abilities right now. A Black and White Mages are great combinations.
Besides those units, bring a Ninja with a advance "Throw" command to deal heavy damage. This is actually a easy fight, you shouldn't have a problem to win.
Remember to save in your backup file before going to the next battle:
|Battle Number: 39|
|Climbing the Slopes|
|Location||Gollund Colliery Slope|
|Foes||1 Behemoth, 1 Behemoth King, 2 Thieves, 1 Chemist|
. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X front
|Objective||Defeat All Enemies|
|Difficulty||Not easy but is no real challenge.|
|Recommended Level||Level 32.|
Another random group who wants to defeat us, seriously, why are they fighting us? Screw that, they are walking dead by now.
The enemy now has Thieves and Behemoths but they are still just numbers. Nothing to be afraid of. The Thieves are the same thing as usual: A joke. They might be able to do some decent damage with their physical attack but you are, eventually, going to prevail. The Chemists are the same deal too. They are going to keep healing themself but if you start the battle attacking them and just them, they are going to die very soon. The Behemoths are still the enemies they were when you saved Luso. Nothing has changed. Use Ice-Elemental attacks and the battle is yours.
Since the Behemoths have weakness to Ice, use a Black Mage who knows "Blizzaja" to turn into nothing. Send Luso and/or Balthier to support the Black Mage. The Thieves and Chemists are light units, so "Hallowed Bolt" and "Crushing Blow" are great damage dealers. Since I'm a huge fan of "Laido", bring a Samurai to help your Black Mage killing the Behemoths.
Another easy fight, win, save in your backup file and move to the next, in the next page.
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