But its a step by step process. Must recruit Luria first after beating the game, which means checking warren report talk topics after every cutscene and eventually fight to the deepest levels of pirates graveyard to get her. Any other questions use search.. After you finish this event and recruit Luria.
2> Read the report about "King of Brigantes" 3> Event in Heim. 4> Event at Palace of the Dead 88th floor. 5> Event in 98th floor, which will allow you to go deeper than 100th floor. 6> Beat ???? in 115th floor, after that you'll get Astromancer. 7> Head to Heim for battle to save Lans. (you must have Catiua in party and she must be alive in WR) After that he will join.
(Paraphrasing Opfer here, We miss you buddy)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZM4NIVIOUI Tomorrow is the future.
I'm really just playing devil's advocate here, because I think having to warn for spoilers on a board that exists almost solely to help people through games is lame. However, all I'm really saying is that the title of this thread alone* isn't a spoiler -- if someone called a thread "Brantyn Recruiting" and asked inside, "Is there any way you can make Brantyn see the light and get him onto your team?" then no one would have dreamed of calling it a spoiler. If, in this thread, TC had asked, "Is there any way you can make Tartaros see the light and get him onto your team?" then there's no way there would be any spoilers in the title or first post.
*EDIT: referring to this quote:
Elyon posted... Or, you know, not put spoilers in the title themselves.
Vladof! You don't need to be a better shot, you just need to shoot more bullets!
From: Woofrikinhaw | #009 However, all I'm really saying is that the title of this thread alone* isn't a spoiler
Regardless of it, recruiting a character that is either your antagonist for the entire game and/or a character that does not join you soon or at all in the normal game is a spoiler, because it spoils the event.
Lanselot is their title and name, regardless of it is unclear.
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