May 16, 2015: Now, we have to shlep our butts back to Fynn… again. Ugh, this is starting to remind me of the constant backtracking in Tales of the Abyss. Some RPGs need more than one world to explore.
There was a cyclone outside of Fynn.
Leila was in the castle. “When the storm kicked up and the ship went down, I got separated from ye. I thought ye were dead for sure. It’s good to be wrong now and again!”
Hilda: “The emperor’s foul magic can control even the winds… Polf, Paloom, Altair, Gatrea… all were destroyed, one after the other. And now the Cyclone is headed for Fynn…
The emperor himself is controlling the cyclone, I’ve no doubt.”
Gordon: “The ultimate magic is in our hands, but what good does it do us? The cyclone will kill us before we even have the chance to use it.
Unless we sprout wings and learn to fly, I don’t see how we can get into that cyclone.” Continue reading Final Fantasy II Part Five: Last of the Dragoons
May 13, 2015: Dude, Where’s Our Boat?
We had to find our boat again. Before we returned to Altair, we took a detour to Mysidia and bought some great new weapons.
Hilda and Gordon set up a Rebel Camp outside of Fynn Castle to retake it.
I parked our boat on the northern part of the Fynn continent, northwest of the camp.
May 14, 2015: Gordon: “You’re to be the heart of our attack. While we hold the bulk of the imperial forces at bay, you’ll slip in and kill the castellan.”
Our trio knelt before Hilda, who was happy to see them. “I owe you my life. It would appear you also deserve credit for destroying the Dreadnought. I don’t know how I can ever thank you enough.”
Leila went ahead into Castle Fynn and rejoined us there.
Continue reading Final Fantasy II Part Four
May 12, 2015: Dragon Keeper
The Empire poisoned the waters of Deist in an attempt to kill the wyverns. They did Kefka before Kefka was Kefka!
One of the wyverns clung to life, so we had to get water from a life spring in Deist Cavern to heal it.
This part reminds me of how Lenna’s wind drake was sick in Final Fantasy V, too.
Continue reading Final Fantasy II Part Three: Lair of the Lamia
January 2, 2013: Kashuan Keep
I’m frustrated with Maria because her physical attacks suck from the back row, but I don’t want use up her MP all the time (though casting spells is fun). I only kept her in the back row because she started the game off with a bow.
Bows do not suffer a damage penalty from being used in the back row.
It is nice how each weapon type makes a different sound effect.
Continue reading Final Fantasy II Part Two: 2 Lost 2 Furious
April 2, 2011: A battle with tough Twisted in T3B.
If you don’t set the OE Board correctly, Aya could wind up with a disease spliced into her DNA!
I feel bad about my guys dying due to my carelessness. What will I do when they’re not around? You just know that Aya is going to go in alone at some point.
I wasted time trying to fight a Twisted that does too much damage; is hard to hurt; regenerates health; and creates small cyclones?!
I guess the manual says to just shoot at Twisted until they’re stunned, but this particular Twisted becomes a lot more dangerous once you nail it with an Overdive Kill for the first time. It also says to heal your guys by OD’ing and hiding behind cover. SIGH
T3B‘s voice acting is better than a trailer led me to assume.
April 4, 2011: I learned how to overlay chips on the OE Board for greater effectiveness, AND I defeated the Emily Jefferson Twisted. Protip: Exploit Aya’s Liberation ability. Any time it’s full. Every time. I also took my magnum into battle.
Aya encountered Emily in Club Sacrifice. The young lady reminded Aya of someone who looked similar to her. Continue reading The 3rd Birthday Part Two: Aya Getting Married
May 3, 2011: Live-A-Live, how I have missed thee.
The old master had to kick his pupils’ butts. They learned some of his moves from being on the receiving end of them. How cool is that?!
He had them train atop the mountains to build their endurance and in the forest to train their reflexes. That night, after Li and Sammo passed out went to sleep, the old master caught Yuan training alone outside. Aww.
You do not get an equal number of training sessions with the three students. The reason why is soon revealed. Continue reading Live-A-Live Part Three: Living Legacies
August 21, 2012: Let’s try to start Ayn’s quest properly by talking to everyone in Agoe.
Ugh, time to relearn what everything is/does.
So, we’re supposed to find “the legendary Satellite”.
Continue reading Phantasy Star III: Generations of Doom Part Three
October 18, 2010: Three months. That’s how long it took for me to get back in the saddle again.
Well, two and half, technically.
Allow me to describe Barthandelus’ basics. He has 3.3 million HP, nasty lasers, debuffs, and two particular moves you’ll come to hate: Thanatosion Laughter and Apotosis. The former is just a brutal laser barrage. The latter neutralizes all of your buffs and cures his debuffs.
Continue reading Final Fantasy XIII Part 10
May 2, 2010: Sazh wondered about whatever force allowed the ship to phase through the building. I cringe to think of it as another fal’Cie meddling in their business. Haven’t we had enough of them?
A floor above, beyond the tunnels, lied a more open area. When the party stepped out, a large insignia – the l’Cie “brand” – appeared on the floor. The l’Cie’s brands glowed with intense heat.
I somehow failed to bring up the brands before now. All ‘Cie have a brand somewhere on their bodies. Snow’s was on his forearm; Vanille’s was on her thigh.
Continue reading Final Fantasy XIII Part Eight: Free Will
March 18, 2010: Halgita was turned into a smoking ruin. I think it’s because people’s lunaglyphs turned on them.
Genma, one of Sigmund’s servants, rescued Faina and her younger brother, Leif. Faina is a girl that Capell met earlier on. They like each other! She has great style.
When the Liberation Force arrived, Genma said that the Dreadknight was already inside the palace with Empress Svala.
How do you defeat a man who can conjure chains out of nowhere? And can shrug off arrows at point-blank range? And has terrible voice acting?
Continue reading Infinite Undiscovery Part Two