Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon Part Five

December 7, 2014: Guardian of the Darkness maze, up to floor forty-seven.
Ugh, I’m all full of stuff in my inventory again.
June 5, 2015: Just goofing around in the GotD dungeon and sorting my inventory.
I think that I should just move on in the main dungeon, which means that it’s time to face… Raffaello. Our friend.
There are two jobs that I haven’t unlocked yet.

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon Part Four

September 29, 2014: Rise of the Dragoon
Decided to restart the Guardian of Light maze to grind and discovered that the Dragoon job has some incredible abilities. Their Lance attacks can attack two enemies lined up in a row.
The PS1 Chocobo’s Dungeon game looked like it had some serious feels too.
I found Treasure Talons that increase your item drop rate, but my main talons are full of attributes already. Shall I sacrifice one for the other? I’m already lugging around too many items as-is. I can’t even dump my stuff off to empty my inventory so that I can do memory dungeons.

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon Part Three

September 5, 2013: Smashing the Darkness
You know what sucks? Malboros, Iron Giants, and Dragons.
The Scholar job finally gains some value at level three when you learn the Search ability.
In memory dungeons, there’s this weird sound sometimes that sounds like gargling.

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon Part Two: Forged in Fire

August 24, 2013: Raffaello is a sweet and innocent little boy who loves flowers, but he confesses to Chocobo that he sometimes has urges to destroy those flowers, and it scares him.

Chocobo and Raffaello

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Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon Part One: The (Im)persistence of Memory

Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo’s Dungeon

Developer: h.a.n.d.

Publisher: Square Enix

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Released (North America): July 8, 2008

Released (Japan): December 13, 2007

Released (Europe): November 7, 2008

Released (Australia): July 30, 2008

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Part Six: Final Journey/Final Thoughts and Trivia

I guess that’s just part of loving people: You have to give things up. Sometimes, you even have to give them up.”

-Lauren Oliver, Delirium #1

July 1, 2015: Academia, 500 AF. Serah and Noel confront Caius for the final time.

Caius: “I will fulfill my promise. Your suffering will end.”

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Part Five

July 25, 2013: Radical Dreamers
Serah was trapped in a dream of the life she wanted, but she rejected the false hope that the shadow Lightning offered. A mysterious female voice offered Serah guidance, and guess who it was? Vanille. She and Fang were able to help Serah because they were all dreaming at the same time.
Vanille told Serah that Noel was off somewhere having a dream of his own. Fang used her weapon to cut open a spacetime distortion that Serah used to leave New Bodhum 00X AF.
The atmosphere of A Dying World, 700 AF, is very lonely and sad.

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Part Three: Legends of Tomorrow

June 14, 2013: Coliseum ??? AF
Snow couldn’t come with us because the gate wasn’t “meant” for him. Hmph.
He still has his l’Cie brand.

Snow’s look in Final Fantasy XIII-2

The Arbiter of Time looks creeepy.

The Arbiter of Time

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Final Fantasy XIII-2 Part Two: Innocent Sins

May 18, 2013: As the trio tries to explore the Yaschas Massif, another Altas-esque creature attacks! These creatures must be directly linked to the paradoxes.
It’s a brutal boss fight. It inflicts Wound and constantly casts Deshellga, Deprotectga, and area-of-effect spells, making the Sentinel role basically useless. So annoying.
In the end, a boomerang banishes the beast with an electromagnetic pulse attack. There’s only one Final Fantasy XIII character that uses a boomerang: Hope.

Hope

You don’t even get much for “beating” the invader.

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Time and Punishment: Final Fantasy XIII-2 Part One

Final Fantasy XIII-2

Developer/Publisher: Square Enix

Platform: Xbox 360

Released (North America): January 31, 2012

Released (Japan): December 15, 2011

Released (Europe): February 3, 2012

Released (Australia): February 2, 2012

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