___________ .__              .__   
		\_   _____/ |__| ____ _____  |  |  
		  |    __)  |  |/    \\__  \ |  |  
 		  |     \   |  |   |  \/ __ \|  |__
 		  \___  /   |__|___|  (____  /____/
  		      \/            \/     \/      
    ___________              __                          ____   ____
    \_   _____/____    _____/  |______    _________.__.  \   \ /   /
      |    __) \__  \  /    \   __\__  \  /  ___<   |  |  \   Y   / 
      |     \   / __ \|   |  \  |  / __ \_\___ \ \___  |   \     /  
      \___  /  (____  /___|  /__| (____  /____  >/ ____|    \___/   
  	  \/        \/     \/          \/     \/ \/                 
  	      _____       .___                                  
  	     /  _  \    __| _/__  _______    ____   ____  ____  
            /  /_\  \  / __ |\  \/ /\__  \  /    \_/ ___\/ __ \ 
	   /    |    \/ /_/ | \   /  / __ \|   |  \  \__\  ___/ 
	   \____|__  /\____ |  \_/  (____  /___|  /\___  >___  >
  	           \/      \/            \/     \/     \/    \/ 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
			  FULL FAQ/WALKTHROUGH GUIDE
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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    |Author: Tom Xia (Courante)                		              |
    |==========================                			      |
    |								      |
    |Began: 22/11/06 \ First version released on: 10/12/06            |
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    |Version 3.2 - Latest version can always be found on GameFAQs.com |
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    |Email: dark_gta201@hotmail.com			              |
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	         In the beginning there was only the Void...

	           But from the Void came four essences.
              They formed the Crystals and the world was born.

		         Hope blessed the earth

                        Courage blazed into flame

            Care and devotion turned water into the seeds of life

		    The passion for knowledge spread
		  intelligence and wisdom on the winds
  
              If ever the Void threatens to engulf the world,
              so long as the four essences still exist in man,
		         light will be born anew.

		The four essences shall rise from the Void
		     and weave the light once again.


==============================================================================
				INTRODUCTION
==============================================================================

Welcome everybody to my third FAQ/Walkthrough! If you have seen my other work,
one which was Final Fantasy IV Advance, then you'll know the basic layout I
do. This guide will cover all necessary tasks in the game, including the main
walkthrough and additional side-quests. (like the Bonus Dungeon) This FAQ is
still under construction so bear with me. I am making this FAQ for all people
who are having troubles with this game (and because I don't have much else to
do now since it's the summer holidays :D). I hope all you people enjoy reading
it just as much as I had writing it!

Final Fantasy V was first released in 1992 for the Super Nintendo. I was
probably still unable to talk by then, so I had no idea the greatness of Final
Fantasy V until I first played it this year (2006!). I love RPG's, in fact,
you could call me an RPG'coholic. I generally love all RPG's, and they
are all unique in a certain way. However, Final Fantasy V stood out for me.
The gameplay got me hooked on the first day I played this, and I couldn't put
it down! Trust me, you have to play this game to experience it's awesomness,
and you won't regret it.

For newbies to Final Fantasy V, and even Final Fantasy the series, first look
at the Basics section of the guide. This will serve as a tutorial, and after
reading it through, you'll be ready for the game itself.

I will, after some suggestions for my other guides, make this one as spoiler
free AS POSSIBLE. It is probably impossible to make this guide completely
spoiler free without confusing people, so in those cases, I will mark with
*SPOILERS*. However, like my other guide, I will be writing the cutscences of
the game, and they sometimes may contain spoilers. If you don't want to spoil
the game, just make sure you don't read them.

***ARE YOU READING THIS IN THE RIGHT FORMAT?***

DAFEGNEHGLSSKEGNREWGEWHGEWPRKJGDGEGJKAHDPBMWEKZPAEWKGJLHDSAGHEKJGHNBLAEWKJGEPA
<====================================<>======================================>

If you see more than two lines, you're reading in the wrong format. If you see
both the gibberish and line above and under each other, that's a good start. 
What letters are above the diamond in the middle of the line? The answers AH.
If it isn't, then you're reading in the wrong format.

After an email regarding this, there are MANY spelling errors in this guide.
MANY of them. I type fast (94 words a minute) but when you're typing this fast
the chances of making a spelling error is high. Don't concern me with spelling
errors anymore please, I'll find them when I go through this guide.

==============================================================================
				CONTENTS
==============================================================================

1.0a ======================== > About the Author

2.0b ======================== > Copyright Stuff and Contact Info

3.0c ======================== > Version History

4.0d ======================== > Basics

4.1a ------------ > Controls
4.2b ------------ > Differences from SNES and PS
4.3c ------------ > Battles
4.4d ------------ > Status Effects
4.5e ------------ > Stats
4.6f ------------ > Menu Screen Options

5.0e ======================== > Walkthrough
5.1f ======================== > World 1

5.2g ------------ > First Metoer
5.3h ------------ > Pirate's Hideout
5.4i ------------ > Wind Shrine
5.5j ------------ > The Key?
5.6k ------------ > Ship's Graveyard
5.7l ------------ > Carwen and the North Mountain
5.8m ------------ > Castle Walse
5.9n ------------ > Second Meteor
6.0o ------------ > Karnak
6.1p ------------ > Fire Ship 
6.2q ------------ > Library of the Ancients
6.3r ------------ > Exploration anyone?
6.4s ------------ > Desert of Shifting Sands
6.5t ------------ > The Town of Ruin
6.6u ------------ > Meteors 

7.0v ======================== > World 2: 

7.1w ------------ > A warm welcome
7.2x ------------ > Moogle Village and beyond
7.3y ------------ > Drakenvale
7.4z ------------ > Bringing down the barrier
7.5a ------------ > Barrier Tower                      {Walkthrough Complete}
7.6b ------------ > Time to go underwater...
7.7c ------------ > Forest of Moore
7.8d ------------ > The gil just keeps coming...
7.9e ------------ > ExDeath's Castle

8.0f ======================== > World 3

8.1g ------------ > Both worlds in 1
8.2h ------------ > Pyramid of Moore
8.3i ------------ > Exploration anyone?
8.4j ------------ > Phantom Village
8.5k ------------ > Summoning Bahamut and Odin
8.6l ------------ > Phoenix Tower
8.7m ------------ > Island Shrine
8.8n ------------ > Two towers
8.9o ------------ > Great Sea Trench
9.0p ------------ > The great sea god, Leviathan...
9.1q ------------ > Within the Rift...
9.2r ------------ > The Final Battle against ExDeath...

10.0s ======================= > Characters             

11.0t ======================= > Items

11.1u ----------- > Battle Items
11.2v ----------- > Help Items                         
11.3w ----------- > Rare Items

12.0x ======================= > Magic

12.1y ----------- > White Magic
12.2z ----------- > Black Magic
12.3a ----------- > Time Magic
12.4b ----------- > Blue Magic                       
12.5c ----------- > Summons
12.6d ----------- > Songs
12.7e ----------- > Dark Arts

13.0f ======================= > Jobs

14.0g ======================= > Job Abilities

[CMBN] ---------- > Combine
[MIXX] ---------- > Mix
[DNCE] ---------- > Dance
[GAIA] ---------- > Gaia
[FNSH] ---------- > Finisher
[OATH] ---------- > Oath
[CDMN] ---------- > Condemn
[PDCT] ---------- > Predict
[ANML] ---------- > Animals

15.0h ======================= > Weapons                

16.0i ======================= > Armor                    

17.0j ======================= > Bestiary

18.0k ======================= > Monster Locations

19.0l ======================= > Bosses

20.0m ======================= > Bonus Dungeon

20.1a ----------- > Outskirts of the Sealed Temple
20.2b ----------- > Within the Central Door
20.3c ----------- > Tomb of Memory (Omega MKII)
20.4d ----------- > Shinryu's Lair (Neo Shinryu)
20.5e ----------- > Enter the Void (Enuo)       

21.0n ======================= > Cloister of the Dead

22.0o ======================= > Tips and Tricks

23.0p ======================= > Music Player

24.0q ======================= > Bugs and Glitches

25.0r ======================= > Different Translations

25.1a ----------- > Place Translations
25.2b ----------- > Job Translations
25.3c ----------- > Blue Magic Translations
25.4d ----------- > White Magic Translations
25.5e ----------- > Black Magic Translations
25.6f ----------- > Time Magic Translation
25.7g ----------- > Songs Translations
25.8h ----------- > Monster Translations

26.0s ======================= > FAQ

27.0t ======================= > Acknoledgements

28.0u ======================= > My final words...(of wisdom)

NOTE: For convenience, press Ctrl + F and type in the code for the section you
      want to read. eg. If you want to read the "Meteors" secion then type in 
      6.6u

==============================================================================
				ABOUT THE AUTHOR (1.0a)
==============================================================================

My name is Tom Xia (not like anybody really cares), and I'm 14 years old. You
can tell I'm Asian from my name, but I live in Australia, and am a proud
Aussie boy. I'm writing ths guide because I like writing FAQs, and it takes up
a lot of my too-much spare time.

If I went through all my likes, dislikes, dreams in the future etc, it'll take
up probably 10 pages worth of stuff. Seriously, I can write a lot of things 
about myself. But, I'll keep it short to 1 paragraph. I like playing games,
especially RPG's (yeah), reading action books, watching anime (japanese
cartoons), playing basketball and table-tennis, posting on forums. I don't
like a lot of things, primely school-related, but also don't really like 
biography books, hockey (go ahead, flame me all ya want) and a hell a lot of
other stuff that I don't want to mention <_<.

I am currently playing FFV Advance and am enjoying it thoroughly. I am making
this FAQ for all the people who play this game and are having troubles. I hope
it helps you and you complete the game.

==============================================================================
				COPYRIGHT STUFF AND CONTACT INFO (2.0b)
==============================================================================

This guide was created and is owned by me. This guide is Copyright 2007 Tom
Xia. If anyone tries to reproduce it, profit from it, take credit for the info
or post it on their website without my permission I will take legal action and
sue you. If you want to ask my permission to host this guide on your website, 
email me at dark_gta201@hotmail.com 

Seriously, just ask. It's more than likely that I will say yes, unless I have
a really good reason not to. I will check my email as often as possible (which
is like every single day).

If you have any questions, suggestions, queries, or anything to do with this
guide, contact me with the above email. Make sure you have something about 
this game in the subject, such as "FFV Walkthrough" or something. I'll 
probably still check it even if it doesn't have a subject (I'm curious) but
I'll definetely check the ones with a subject title first.

Here are a list of websites allowed to host my guide:

www.gamefaqs.com ---------------------------------------- [GameFAQs]      
www.gamespot.com ---------------------------------------- [GameSpot]
www.supercheats.com ------------------------------------- [SuperCheats]
www.neoseeker.com --------------------------------------- [NeoSeeker]
www.cheats.de ------------------------------------------- [Cheats.de]
www.moogle-enix.info ------------------------------------ [Moogle-Enix]
www.geocities.com/dragonhobbs2 -------------------------- [DragonHobbs2]
http://z9.invisionfree.com/Starcraft_Strategy/index.php - [Starcraft_Strategy]

If you find you find another site hosting this guide other than the ones above
contact me at once.

==============================================================================
				VERSION HISTORY (3.0c)
==============================================================================

Version 0.0, 22/11/06 - I started this FAQ today. Finished first four sections
                        and got the general layout finished.

Version 0.1, 25/11/06 - Updated the Walkthrough, and also started the "Jobs" 
                        section.

Version 0.2, 27/11/06 - Finished up to "Karnak" of the main walkthrough, and
                        started the "Characters" section.

Version 0.3, 28/11/06 - Finished World 1 and the Bestiary. YEAH!!!

Version 0.4, 30/11/06 - I got bored, so I did more of it today. Finished two
                        sections of World 2

Version 0.5, 02/12/06 - Updated the "Characters section" and did more of the
                        walkthrough

Version 0.6, 03/12/06 - Finished up to the "Forest of Moore" section on the
                        main walkthrough

Version 0.7, 09/12/06 - Updated the walkthrough to World 3 (yeah!) and also
                        added the Magic and a few other sections

Version 1.0, 10/12/06 - Finished the beginning of World 3, updated some of the
                        latter sections and is the first version to be seen
                        on GameFAQs.

Version 1.1, 12/12/06 - A big update, today. I was bored, what else? Finished
                        up to the "Within the Rift..." section and also did
                        the "Songs" section. 

Version 1.2, 13/12/06 - Finished the Walkthrough (yippee!), plus updated 
                        "Jobs", "Jobs Abilities" and "Bosses". 

Version 1.3, 17/12/06 - Small update, just added in info I recieved from
                        emails and the GFAQs message boards, and fixed a few
                        spelling errors. Can now be found at supercheats.com

Version 1.4, 18/12/06 - Another small update, did the first "half" of the 
                        Bonus Dungeon (until you get in the Central Doors) and
                        added in some more info which I recieved from emails.
                        Keep them coming!

Version 1.5, 20/12/06 - Finished the Bonus Dungeon completely! I'm doing the
                        "Cloister of the Dead" section next before anything
                        else.

Version 1.6, 21/12/06 - Finished the "Cloister of the Dead" section. Yippee!
                        Also did the Necromancer job, Blue Magic, and included
                        Omega and Shinryu as bosses plus putting all Sealed
                        Temple bosses into the Bosses section

Version 1.7, 28/12/06 - After an email requesting it, I made maps for the
                        Sealed Temple, made my final section better, and added
                        many different things from the emails I've recieved
                        during the last week I've been at my holiday house.

Version 1.8, 29/12/06 - Added in an ASCII art at the top. Looks good. Thanks
                        to Tyler for it.

Version 1.9, 30/12/06 - Corrected a few mistakes in the guides and added in
                        info from the emails I've been receiving.

Version 2.0, 01/01/07 - Happy New Year to all! Small update, just info from
                        emails and added in more stuff in the guide.

Version 2.1, 02/01/07 - Added another section from a request, corrected more
                        errors found in the guide and included in info from
                        the people who have been emailing.

Version 2.2, 03/01/07 - Put in the "Bugs" section, and added VeghEsther's
                        boss strategies into the bosses section (I can't
                        believe I didn't do that)

Version 2.3, 04/01/07 - After numerous emails on Blue Magic, I put into the
                        main walkthrough the blue magic which can be found,
                        and also items, bosses and jobs. I finished the "Job
                        Abilities" section, and made it clear that I have
                        "!Oath, !Condemn and !Predict" in my guide, which can
                        be found in the "Job's Abilities" section.

Version 2.4, 06/01/07 - Did a better layout for my "Magic" section after a
                        suggestion in an email. Also finished the Blue Magic
                        section, plus a lot of unique job abilities.

Version 2.5, 07/01/07 - Completed various things around the FAQ. Included
                        where to find magic, a lot of useful info through 
                        email, and spelling errors :|

Version 2.6, 08/01/07 - Thanks to KiaLobeli, I was able to get the Monster
                        Locations. Added in info from emails, and, like
                        always, spelling errors.....

Version 2.7, 09/01/07 - Added in a new "translation" section, plus a "Basic"
                        section which will help newbies and clarify things
                        for them. Also switched to another ASCII art. 

Version 2.8, 10/01/07 - Added the "Gaia" section, credits to TakerVersion1.
                        Plus "Monster Translations", credits to Ebmid2.

Version 2.9, 11/01/07 - The smallest update ever...just new info from emails.

Version 3.0, 13/01/07 - New ASCII art...again...<_<...fixed some errors in the
                        guide and added in more info from emails.

Version 3.1, 14/01/07 - Again, a new ASCII art (I wonder how many new ones 
                        I'll have in the future?) and also corrected some
                        mistakes in the walkthrough.

Version 3.2, 10/02/07 - Errors fixed, more emails, and I'm not going to 
                        prolong it anymore. Next version WILL include the 
                        weapons and armor section. Look out for it.

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				FUTURE UPDATES WILL INCLUDE...
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

~ Fix Spelling Errors 
~ The "!Catch" ability for the Beastmaster
~ Weapons, Armor and Items sections *groan*
~ Any useful info possibly sent from you ;)

==============================================================================
				BASICS (4.0d)
==============================================================================

This if the first section you should look at if this if your first-ever Final
Fantasy game or a newbie to this game. This section will cover all the basics
of this game, and will start you off with the basic knowledge of the game.

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				CONTROLS (4.1a)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

I really hate writing the controls. I know it is necessary for a FAQ, but if
you have this game then why don't you just look at the manual that comes with 
it? I don't even know if people look at this, I certainly don't. Oh well, here
they are.

            L Button                       R Button
           ____|_______________________________|__
          /__________/_________________\__________\
         /             _________________           \
         |     _      |                 |           |
         |   _| |_    |                 |       _   |
  D-Pad-----|_   _|   |                 |   _  |_|-------A Button
         |    |_|     |                 |  |_|-----------B Button
         |            |                 |           |
         |         O  |                 |           |
         |       O    |                 |           | 
         \         |  |_________________|          /
          \______|_|______________________________/
                 | |
                 |Start

              Select


On foot
-------

A Button - Action Button (talk, look etc)

B Button - Cancel

L and R Button - Fast things up in Bestiary and switch characters

Start Button - Brings up Menu

Select Button - Not used 

D-Pad - Walk around

On "Vehicle"
------------

D-pad - move around (fly, sail etc)

A button - Action Button (go up, go down)

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				DIFFERENCES FROM SNES AND PS (4.2b)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

~ Better graphics

~ This game uses a separate translation from the SNES and PS, although they're
  still roughly the same

~ A few bugs fixed from the other versions

~ Four new jobs, and a whole new Magic section to go along with one of the 
  new jobs

~ Upon completion, a Bonus Dungeon is unlocked, with new bosses and items. Neo
  Shinryu, Omega MKII can now be fought, and also Enuo!

~ After the Bonus Dungeon is completed, the Bosh Rush is unlocked, called the
  Cloister of the Dead. While not all the bosses are found here, it's still
  pretty cool.

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				BATTLES (4.3c)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

To initiate battles, you must first be in the overworld or a dungeon. While
one might think that the battles come randomly, there is actually a "monster
generator" system which, after a certain amount of steps, will automatically
engage in battle. Some people use this to their advantage, by quicksaving and
loading the game up again, which resets the monster generator.

Once you're in battle, you have to worry about the monsters now. Final Fantasy
V, like it's predecessor FFIV, runs on an ATB sytem (Active Time Battle). So
don't think you can rest in battle! There are no "turns" in this game. If you
take time deciding upon what to do, the enemy, which might be slower than you
are, might attack first. Be wary of that.

On the bottom right corner of the battle screen is where your info is
displayed. It looks a little something like:

________________________________
Bartz        1840   <_______|_> \
Lenna        1763   <____|____>  |
Faris        2003   <______|__>  |
Galuf        1928   <__|______>  |
_|____________|__________|______/
 |            |          |
         
Name of     HP of        ATB Guage
character   character

The bar, or guage at the the right indicates how long until your characters
can attack. In the above case, Bartz's guage is almost full, and so he will be
able to attack first. As you rise in levels and stats, your guage will rise
faster.

Now we come to the middel option. It looks something like:

 _____________
/ Attack      \ --- Default ability for all jobs except Mime
| Black Magic  |--- Default ability for job OR command option 1
| White Magic  |--- Command option 2
| Items        |--- Default ability for all jobs except Mime
\_____________/

"Attack" is when your character does a simple attack with his/her current
weapon. The damage done varies on your stats and the weapon in question, but
will rise when you raise levels.

"Items" is when you use the items you've obtained and use them. This will use
your turn up, so only use when necessary.

When you press right on the D-Pad, a new option will appear, "Defend". If, for
any reason, that you don't want to do anything this turn and leave it for 
somebody else, then use this option. You will take less damage from the enemy
when you get hit when you defend.

When you press left on the D-Pad, another option will appear, "Row". This 
option will allow you to switch rows, from the back to front. At the front,
you'll do more damage but take more damage as well. At the back, you'll do 
less damage (there are exceptions) but also take less damage. This option only
lasts for the duration of the battle. After the battle's ended, your row will
switch back to the way it was before. 

If you feel you can't win, or don't want to face the battle, press L+R
simultaneously to try and flee. If you're lucky, they'll flee right away. If
you're unlucky, it will take some time before you can flee. There are some
monsters which you can't flee from, and you can't flee from bosses.

Tip for battle: Always put your offensive fighters at front, for they will do
more damage, and your mages at the back. Most rods are most effective at the
back anyway.

After each battle, you'll usually recieve a certain amount of gil, EXP, ABP
(explained later), and sometimes treasure that is dropped by the monsters 
you've killed.

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				STATUS EFFECTS (4.4d)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Like all other Final Fantasy games, there are status effects. Each status
ailment is harmful in their own way. There are those that are temporary, and
only last for the duration of the battle, while others stay until you treat it
properly.

-----------------------------------------------------------
			TEMPORARY

Aging
======
Desc - Your hair will turn to white, and all your stats will decrease

Berserk
========
Desc - You'll lose control of the character. 
 
Charm
=====
Desc - You'll join the enemies side, cure the enemy and attack your party
       instead

Paralyze
=========
Desc - You'll be paralyzed and unable to attack for a while.

Silence
========
Desc - You'll be unable to cast spells for a certain period of time

Sleep
=====
Desc - You'll fall asleep and be unable to do anything.

-----------------------------------------------------------

The best way to cure these is just to end the battle, either by fleeing or 
just killing the monsters. To cure them manually, Esuna works, and I think
them being attacked works as well (only for sleep and possibly charm).

-----------------------------------------------------------
			PERMANENT

Darkness
========
Desc - You'll be blinded, and will most likely miss for every
       attack you make.
To cure - Esuna, Eye Drops

KO
==
Desc - You'll be knocked out, unable to do anything. Note that if all 
       characters are KO'd, it's Game Over
To cure - Phoenix Down

Mini
=====
Desc - You'll be turned to mini-size, you won't be able to cast spells, and
       the damage you do is pitiful
To cure - Esuna, Mallet


Poison
======
Desc - You'll be poisoned and you'll take damage from attacking the enemy
       and also when you walk
To cure - Esuna, Antidote

Petrification
==============
Desc - You'll turn to stone, unable to do anything. Note that if all your
       characters are stoned, or just one but the others are KO'd, then it's
       Game Over
To cure - Esuna, Gold Needle

Toad
=====
Desc - You'll be turned into toad, you won't be able to cast spells, and the
       damage you do is pitiful
To cure - Esuna, Maiden's Kiss

Zombie
======
Desc - You'll be turned into a zombie, losing control of your character, hurt
       from white magic and healing items. 
To cure - Holy Water

-----------------------------------------------------------

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				STATS (4.5e)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The many stats that effect how strong and weak your character is. For each
new level your gain, the stats are increased, and therefore, your character is
stronger.

To look at your stats, press "Start" which will bring up the Menu Screen. Then
go down to "Status", pick your character, and voila! The top half looks like
this:


Sprite pic   
 of class
         Name and class
___|______|_____________________________
|  |      |       |                    |
|--|--  Bartz     |      Status        |
||   | Freelancer |____________________|
|-----                                 |
|                                      |
|LV 81          Current EXP     4466093--- How much EXP you've gained
|HP 7560/8006   For next level:   88988--- EXP needed to get to the next level 
|MP 680/680     Abilities learned:   61--- How many class abilities learned
\____|_________________________________|
     |
The "LV" indicates the level you're currently on.
     |
The "HP" stands for Hit Points. The first number is how much HP you have left,
and the second number indicates your Maximum HP (rises when level rises). Your
HP decreases after each hit you take in battle. When you reach 0 HP, you will
be Knocked Out and unable to battle until you're restored.
     |
The "MP" stands for Magic Points. The first number is how much MP you have
left, and the second number indicates your Maximum MP (rises when level rises)
Your MP decreases after every magic spell you cast. When you reach 0 MP, you
will be unable to cast any more magic until you recover some MP.

The bottom half section looks like:

 _______________________________________
/                                       \
| Strength      ...  59    Command       |
| Agility       ...  46    ___________   |
| Stamina       ...  70   /!Attack    \  |
| Magic         ...  66   |!Rapid Fire|  |
| Attack        ... 325   |!Dark Arts ------- The Commands you've picked for
| Defense       ...  36   |!Items     |  |               battle
| Evasion       ...  0%   \___________/  |
| Magic Defense ...  26                  |
\____|___________________________________/
     |
     |
"Strength" determines how much damage you inflict on enemies. The higher it 
is, the more damage you do. The strength of the weapon and the defense of the
enemy in question will alter the final result.

"Agility determines how fast the ATB Guage rises. The higher it is, the faster
the ATB Guage will rise.

"Stamina" determines how much HP you get after each new level. The higher the
stamina, the more HP you'll recieve when you gain a new level.

"Magic" determines how powerful your magic will be. The higher it is, the more
damage Black will harm the enemy, the more White will cure you etc.

"Attack" determines, along with strength, how much damage you inflict on the
enemy. It is altered easily with weapons and your current strength.

"Defense" determines how stable you are aginst enemies. The more defense you
have, the less damage you'll take from enemy attacks.

"Evasion" determines your percent of evading enemy attacks. This is altered
by the weight, and certain items equipped.

"Magic Defense" determines how much damage you take from enemy magic. The
higher Magic Defense, the less damage you'll take from enemy magic.

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				MENU SCREEN OPTIONS (4.6f)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Press "start" during the game and you'll bring up the Menu Screen. It looks
something like:

 ________________________________________________________________
/                                    /    Job                    \
|   Bartz          Freelancer        |    Ability                |
|  -------                           \___________________________/
|  |     |         HP   8006/8006    /                           \
|  |     |  LV 81  MP    680/ 680    |    Item                   |
|  |-----|                           |    Magic                  | 
|                                    |    Equip                  |
|   Lenna          Mime              |    Status                 |
|  -------         LV0 - 980/  999   |    Config                 |
|  |     |         HP   7339/73339   |    Quicksave              |
|  |     |  LV 81  MP    642/  642   |    Save                   |
|  |-----|                           |                           |
|                                    \___________________________/
|   Faris          Freelancer        /                           \
|  -------                           |                           |
|  |     |         HP   6957/6957    |    Tule                   |
|  |     |  LV 81  MP    468/ 468    |                           |
|  |-----|                           \___________________________/
|                                    /                           \
|   Galuf (0_o)    Freelancer        |                           |
|  -------                           |Play time 57:48            |
|  |     |         HP   7815/7815    |Gil                        |
|  |     |  LV 81  MP    695/695     |                6363845    |
|  |-----|                           |                           |
\____________________________________\___________________________/

The right-hand side is what we're looking for, but before that, take a look
at Lenna. Under "Mime", it says LV0 - 980/999. This means that She's still a
LV0 Mime, and that to get to the next level and ability, she needs 999 ABP
(Ability Points), which gets us to out next topic.

For every job, there are numerous abilities to learn. How do you learn them?
That's where ABP comes in. After every battle, you'll recieve ABP. The 
stronger the monster does NOT effect the ABP gained. There is a set amount of
ABP gained from each monster and each monster team. Under the Job name, there
is the ABP indication. The first number indicates how much ABP you've gained
since the last time you've got an ability for the job, and the second 
indicates how much ABP required for the next ability.

Still focusing on the left-hand side, you can change the formation and row
for each character. First, move the cursor to the left-hand side, then click
on a character. Click again on the character and the character will switch
rows, from front to back and back to front. Click on a character again,
but this time, click on another character. Those two will switch positions.
What you change on this screen it is permanent until you change it again.

Now we move on to the right-hand side of the Menu Screen, the most important
part of it. It is divided into four sections. The first section contains the
"Job" and "Ability" options. The "Job" option allows you to change the job
your character to another job, provided you've unlocked it. The "Ability" 
option allows you to set abilities for you character. Usually, you're only 
allowed one extra ability plus the compulsory ability for your class. But
Freelancers are allowed to choose 2 abilities, and Mime 3! Choose your 
abilties wisely, and make sure to spread them out within the group.

Since the second option is the biggest, we'll skip it for now. The third 
section tells you where you're currently at, whether it be a town, the World
Map (overworld) or a dungeon. The fourth section tells you how long you've 
been playing and the current gil you possess.

Now we get to the second section. An explanation for all the options:

"Items" is where you can view the current items you have and also use them.
You can sort out your items and view the "rare" items which you currently
possess.

"Magic" is where you can use various magic which you've collected so far. You
can only use White, Black and Time magic outside outside of battle (and only
a select few from those). Choose the character who cast the magic, and then
use it.

"Equip" allows you to change the various equipment your character has 
currently equipped. You can Equip, Unequip, Optimize (which automatically sets
you up with the best possible armor, BECAREFUL of this, for it only takes into
account the stats and not abilities, plus the only stats it really takes into
account is Strength and Defense), and Unequip all.

See the "Stats" section above for info on "Status"

"Config" is where you can change the current settings for this game. You can
change various things, and also view your Bestiary inside Config.

"Quicksave" is for when you're in the middle of the dungeon, and your parents
want you to do something. This saves the game, but also brings you to the 
Start Menu Screen. When you load your quicksave game, it disappears, which 
allows for no abuse.

"Save" is when you can save the game which will never disappear. You can only
save on the overworld and on consecrated circles located in dungeons.

==============================================================================
				WALKTHROUGH (5.0e)
==============================================================================

w00t! Here it is. The main section of this guide. The belly of the beast. 
Whatever you want to call it. It's completed...finally...

I will, after some suggestions for my other guides, make this guide as spoiler
free AS POSSIBLE. It is probably impossible to make this guide completely
spoiler free without confusing people, so in those cases, I will mark with
*SPOILERS*. However, like my other guide, I will be writing the cutscences of
the game, and they sometimes may contain spoilers. If you don't want to spoil
the game, just make sure you don't read them.

NOTE: For convenience, press Ctrl + F and type in the code for the section you
      want to read. eg. If you want to read the "Meteors" secion then type in 
      6.6u

NOTE: I will also list what it says in cutscenes. Even if you don't have the
      game, it can act as a "Game Script" walkthrough.

NOTE: Do NOT get confused between a Cutscene and a scene. Scenes are 
      considerably shorter than a cutscene, and are usually there to inform
      you about the situation. Cutscene's are generally long, and they 
      give information about all sorts of things.

***HOW TO TELL A CUTSCENE***
==============================

A cutscene will be within a "-----------------------------"

So if xxxxxxx was a cutscene, it would be:

-----------------------------

xxxxxxx

-----------------------------

If there's a sudden change in landscape, then it will be marked with a ( )

So if aaa was to describe the landscape of xxxxxxx, it would be:

-----------------------------

(aaa)

xxxxxxx

-----------------------------

If a noticeable action takes place within the cutscene, it will be marked with
a * *

So if zzz was to describe the action which took place after xxxxxxx, it would
be:

-----------------------------

(aaa)

xxxxxxx

*zzz*

-----------------------------

Simple enough I hope?

==============================================================================
				WORLD 1 (5.1f)
==============================================================================

This game can be split into 3 sections: World 1, World 2 and World 3. To make
it more convenient for you who are reading this, I will split the walkthrough
into 3 sections. Remember always use the Ctrl + F funtion to get to whatever
you need help on.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				FIRST METEOR (5.2g)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Phoenix Down
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

-----------------------------
(On top of Castle Tycoon)

Prepare for a long scene where it's dark and turns light. The first cutscene
of the game occurs.

Lenna: Father! Do you really have to go?
King Tycoon: You know I do, dear. I need you to protect the castle. Under no
             circumstances are you to follow me, do you understand?
Lenna: But, Father...
King Tycoon: Something is wrong with the wind... I must go to the Wind Shrine
             to make certain nothing's happened to the crystal.
Lenna: Yes...I've noticed it as well. But, to go alone is-
King Tycoon: Lenna. Don't worry, I'll be fine. Have faith.

*King Tycoon hops on dragon and flies off*

(On a ship somewhere...)

Faris: The wind just...stopped...

(In a cave somewhere...)

Old Man: I've got to hurry!

(Back on top of Castle Tycoon)

Lenna: The wind's stopped. ...Father!

(On top of the Wind Shrine)

King Tycoon: What in blazes...!?

*The crystal breaks*

*A Man and a chocobo are sitting around a fire, when a meteor strikes*

-----------------------------

After that, you finally gain control of your character. Actually, he's on a
chocobo, and you can't get out of it. At the start, you'll have an option of
going two ways. Don't walk north yet, it leads to a dead end. Instead, walk 
east. There's a meteor at the end. Step on it.

Tycoon Meteorite eh? Follow the path and shortly after the man will get off
the chocobo (yeah, walk on your own two feet). Walk wherever the path leads
you, until the man sees a woman (you recognize her?) being carried by two
goblins. You'll engage in a fight. It's easy as hell, just keep attacking and
they'll go down. After the battle a cutscene starts.

-----------------------------

???: Hey, are you alright?
Lenna: Y-Yes...I believe so...I give you my thanks. My name is Lenna. And you
       are...?
???: Me?

You can now enter a name for you character. The default name is Bartz, and 
that is what I'll be calling the character in the guide. Just don't get
confused with Bartz and whatever you're calling him. I called him Aizen, after
Aizen Sousuke, 5th division captain in the anime "Bleach". He plays a major
role in "Bleach" as well, but I won't get into any specifics.

*coughcough Watch Bleach NOW! coughcough*

Bartz: Call me Bartz. Me and my chocobo just go wherever the trail leads us...
Lenna: Bartz...This rock suddenly fell from the sky...The impact must have
knocked me out.
Bartz: Guess it's a meteorite.
Lenna: A meteorite...I wonder if it has a connection to the wind stopping? 
       Again, I give you my thanks. I wish I could do something more to show
       my appreciating, but I really must go...
Bartz: Whoa-hey, hold up a sec...
Lenna: Bartz...Did you hear something?
Bartz: Huh?
???: Ohh...Ughhh...Help...me...
Bartz: Over there!

*Just walk to your right and up and you'll spot an old man*

Lenna: Are you alright?
Old Man: Where am I...Oh...my aching head! Sakes alive...what's happened? I
         don't remember... Ehh...? I can't remember anything!
Bartz: Looks like you hit your head pretty bad...Maybe you got Amnesia.
Old Man: Oh! Something came back to me...My name is Galuf!
Lenna: That's a start! Anything else?
Galuf: ......Nope, just the name! other than that, my memory's a blank 
       slate...
Lenna: I'm very sorry...but you must excuse me, I have no time to waste.
Bartz: Where're you going?
Lenna: I must go to the Wind Shrine...
Galuf: The Wind Shrine! Now that you mention it, I'm pretty sure that's where
       I was headed! It's decided, I'm going with you!
Lenna: But...
Galuf: I could never let such a sweet girl go all by her lonesome. Plus, I
       know I've gotta get to that shrine...I feel it in my bones. You've
       gotta take me with!
Lenna: Bartz, what about you?
Bartz: ...Sorry, I'm gonna bow out on this one. Good luck, though.
Lenna: Bartz...Thank you again. Farewell...
Galuf: Godspeed, and all that whatnot!

-----------------------------

After quite a long cutscene, you regain control of your character. Head down,
hugging the cliffs and when you reach the foresty bits, walk right. You'll be
in a secret passage. Follow it to a chest with Phoenix Down. Walk back up and
backtrack back to the chocobo. Man you're one lazy guy. Back on the chocobo 
you go!

Walk up the north path I told you to ignore, and you'll be thrown into another
cutscene:

-----------------------------

*Boko throws Bartz off him*

Bartz: Ow!!! Boko! Bad, bad chocobo! What are you doing, stopping like that!?
       ...Now don't you give me that look.
Boko: Kweh! Kweh kweh!
Bartz: ...I know, it's just a girl and an old man...And with all the goblins
       around...Fine, I got it, I got it.

*Suddenly the ground starts breaking*

Lenna: Augh!
Galuf: Geh!

Bartz: Boko, come on!
Boko: Kweh! 

-----------------------------

Walk up the track and you'll face more goblins. And you walk up, you'll see
some nice chocobo leaping skills. Continue heading north and more goblins will
come. Go up and rescue Lenna and Galuf...

-----------------------------

Lenna: Ohhh...
Bartz: G'morning.
Lenna: Bartz! It seems I cannot escape being in your debt...
Bartz: Hey, don't worry about it. The shockwave from the meteorite's impact
       caused landslids...The road's covered in rubble. I don't think you're
       gonna be able to make it to Tule that way.
Lenna: But...if I can't get to the Wind Shrine, then...
Galuf: Uhhhh...Wind Shrine...gotta hurry...
Bartz: The old guy's pretty dead set on getting there, too...All right! I'll
       go with you and personally see to it that you get there safely!
Lenna: Oh! Really?
Bartz: Yeah! You know, it was my dad's dying wish that I go out and travel the
       world...Plus, this time, it feels like - like the wind is calling me.
Galuf: What a sweet-talker! As if you don't just have the hots for the little
       missy.
Bartz: Wha - You're awake?
Galuf: Don't sound so surprised. This old dog is always ready for anything! 
       Still, if the road is blocked, that makes things a slight more
       difficult...
Bartz: Hrm...
Lenna: ...I won't give up. There must be a way to reach the Wind Shrine!
Galuf: Right! And we'll find it! (A bit confident there, aren't they?)
Bartz: All right! Let's ride!

-----------------------------

In the chocobo, follow the northern path until you reach a cave. Enter.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer
Lvl 2

Lenna - Freelancer
Lvl 1

Galuf - Freelancer
Lvl 1

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				PIRATE'S HIDEOUT (5.3h)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Leather Cap
Blue Magic: Vampire (Steel Bat)
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

As you get towards the entrance, everyone will hop off Boko. Now without the
aid of a chocobo, Bartz can finally get exercise.

Follow the path and Bartz will ask about the spring. It will heal you
completely if you step in it, which just makes it an ideal training place. If
you've read my Final Fantasy IV Walkthrough, you know how much I train. Well,
do as you wish, I won't force you to train, except it'll be helpful.

Head up through the gap. Just keep following the path (it's so straightforward
it's not funny) and eventually you'll see a scene with a pirate. He'll show 
you how to progress. Before you do that though, grab the Leather Cap in the
chest to your left. Don't forget to equip it on someone!

Go up to where the pirate was, and press the skull-like button to the right.
Go through the newly-opened door. Walk up and you'll see another scene on a
ship entering the hideout. Follow the path and enter the door at the end.

You are now at the centre of the Pirate's Hideout. Watch the scene and head
up. Ignore the button to your left, and talk to the sleeping pirates if you
wish. Afterewards, walk across the bridge. There's nothing downstairs except
a sleeping pirate, so walk to the northern side of the ship and press A on the
wheel. YAY! Cutscene time!

-----------------------------

Bartz: Yo-ho-ho, and stuff! Time to cast off!
Galuf: ...Well? "Cast off" means start sailing, kid.
Bartz: I know that! The wheel won't even budge. How do you work this thing?
???: Try working anything and there'll be the devil to pay!

*A pink-haired guy and his pirates appear*

Faris: Trying to steal my ship, are you? You've a lot of brass...or mayhap
       you're just lacking in brains! I'd wager it's the latter.
Lenna: Wait! I am Princess Lenna of Tycoon. Please accept my apologies for
       attempting to commandeer your ship.
Bartz: Wha? Princess...
Galuf: ...of Tycoon?
Lenna: Sir, this is a formal request from the Kingdom of Tycoon. Please, allow
       us the use of your vessel. I must get to the Wind Shrine - my father is
       in danger!
Faris: Oho, the Princess of Tycoon, here on my ship? I'm sure we could fetch a
       good price for this one.
Bartz: Hey! Leave her alone, you degenerate, lecherous, piratey...pirate!
Lenna: I beg of you, please...

*Lenna's pendant shines*

Faris: That pendant...!...Toss the lot of 'em into the brig!
Pirates: Aye-aye, Cap'n!

(In a room within the ship)

Galuf: Well, this is a fine how-do-you-do. What genius came up with the idea
       to steal a pirate ship, anyway?
Bartz: Look in the mirror, Pops.
Galuf: ...Ohh, my aching head! I can't remember a thing!
Bartz: ...And you amnesia oh-so-conveniently returns. Still...I can't believe
       you're really the Princess of Tycoon, Lenna!
Lenna: I'm sorry...I didn't intend to keep it a secret.
Bartz: It's not that big of a deal. But if you're the princess, why were you
       going to the Wind Shrine all alone?
Lenna: My father is there. He hadn't been gone long when the wind slowed to 
       almost nothing...I just can't shake the feeling that something terrible
       is happening. I slipped out alone to head to the shrine, but then that
       meteorite fell, and...you know the rest.

(In Faris' room at night)

Faris: Why does the princess of Tycoon have the same pendant as I do? She said
       her father's at the Wind Shrine...

(The next day at the front of the ship)

Faris: Prepare to cast off, lads. Set a course for the Wind Shrine.
Pirate: But Cap'n...what about the landlubbers?
Faris: Untie 'em. I meant, sometime today!
Lenna: But...why?
Faris: I reconsidered your request. You can go back into the brig if you'd
       rather. Pull anchor! We sail for the Wind Shrine!
Pirates: ...
Faris: Hey! Something wrong with your ears? I hope I don't have to repeat 
       myself! Well!?
Pirates: Aye...aye-aye, Cap'n!
Lenna: But the wind has stopped...How can the ship move?
Faris: Full of curiosity, aren't you, lass? Syldra! Come up and say hello!

*A dragon appears in the ocean*

Faris: Beautiful, isn't she? Syldra and I were raised together. We're close as
       siblings. All right, we're off!

-----------------------------

Long cutscene eh? As you sail north, you'll have the option of being sailed to
the Wind Shrine by the Pirates. If you say no and want to explore, (there 
isn't much to explore anyway). If you say no, the Wind Shrine is just located
north of your current position; just follow the river. You can enter Tule if
you wish, but we'll do that after the Wind Shrine. So head north and enter the
shrine surrounded by forests.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer
Lvl 6

Lenna - Freelancer
Lvl 6

Galuf - Freelancer
Lvl 6

Faris - Freelancer
Lvl 3

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				WIND SHRINE (5.4i)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Broadsword, Leather Cap, Potion X 5, Staff, Tent
Blue Magic: Aero (Moldwynd), Goblin Punch (Goblin)
Bosses: Wing Raptor
New Jobs: Black Mage, Blue Mage, Knight, Monk, Thief, White Mage
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

"I noticed that you didn't mention the hidden chest containing a Staff at the 
bottom right corner of the 4th floor. A much appreciated item at this point 
in the game for Galuf if I do say so myself. Just wanted to mention that."

(thanks to ChainsawMonkey)

The music here is damn awesome, and it fits the Wind Shrine perfectly. Now, 
before heading to the top, walk left and enter the room at the bottom. Watch a
scene. You'll learn that monsters have appeared inside the Wind Shrine 
(what a hefty coincidence eh? we come, there are monsters) and that King 
Tycoon is at the top of the Wind Shrine but has yet to return. Talk to the guy
standing at the left of the big jar to recieve 5 potions!  Take note that the
big jar will heal you just like the spring did. Makes this place another 
exceptional place to train doesn't it? 

When you're ready, go up the stairs at the east side of the room. Monsters can
now be found. Walk to the very western side of the room for a chest that 
contains Tent. Now go through the middle door. You'll be in a room with a 
consecrated circle. You can save your game and use Tents or Cottages. Sweet.
Save your game, but don't waste the tent we just got. If you need to heal,
just use the big jar at the bottom level.

Exit through the door, and go RIGHT and up the staircase. The chest contains
another Leather Cap. Now go back downstairs, walk to the left side of the room
and up the staircase there.

Follow the circular path to the centre of the room. In the middle there's a 
dragon thingy blocking the staircase up. The door to your right has nothing in
it, and the door to your left has a Broadsword within. I recommend to equip it
on Lenna. Now, once you're ready (and by that I mean level up a few levels and
full health), save at the consecrated circle, approach the dragon to initiate
your first boss battle of Final Fantasy V!

==============================================================================
 Wing Raptor
\===========/

HP - 250
Strength - 7
Defense - 0
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Potion
Treasure - Phoenix Down
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Um...strategy...yes...<_< Well, since it's about the only 
                 thing you can do, keep attacking. Use some elixirs (you 
                 should have plenty by now if you were training) if your
                 characters get on low health. Use the Phoenix Down if you
                 wish. If you're at a high-enough level, the Wing Raptor will
                 fall not long after the battle's started.

Difficulty: 3/10

==============================================================================

That wasn't too hard now was it? Go up the stairs and you'll be on the 4th
floor, the highest floor of the Wind Shrine. YAY! The Central Room is the Wind
Crystal's room. Don't worry about having low health, you won't have to fight
anybody. Enter the room and go up for a cutscene.

-----------------------------

Lenna: The crystal -
Bartz: It's shattered!

*The Crystals shine*

Bartz: What the - 

(It'll go on a scene where the other crystals lend there power to the 4 
heroes)

Bartz: What...
Faris: What's happening?
Galuf: Feels warm...
Lenna: Are these the crystals'...essences?
King Tycoon: Le...nna...

*King Tycoon suddenly appears where the Crystal was*

Lenna: Father!
Faris: !?
King Tycoon: Listen, and listen well. You four are the chosen ones, the 
             warriors of light...(always the same thing ain't it?)bearers of
             the four crystal essences. 
Lenna: Father...What do you mean?
King Tycoon: The wind crystal has already shattered. The other three crystals
             are in danger as well. You four must protect them! An evil
             presence is awakening...one that wishes to return everything to
             darkness...

*King Tycoon gets wrapped around a purple ball*

Lenna: Father!

*King Tycoon flies? off in the purple ball*

King Tycoon: Go forth, Light Warriors! Save the crystals...
Lenna: Wait - No, father!!!

*The crystal shards shine*

Lenna: ...What are these?
Bartz: Guess they're pieces of the crystal...

*The crystal shards move in towards the characters. You may now choose jobs
for Knight, Monk, Theif, White Mage, Black Mage and Blue Mage*

Bartz: The crystal...it's lending us its power...
Galuf: ...For now, let's get out of here.
Faris: Lenna...
Lenna: There should be a warp panel to the outside behind the altar.

-----------------------------

You can control your characters again! Walk up to the warp and step on it. A
scene will occur (not in the actual game itself), where a chocobo, possibly
Boko, would give you an explanation of using the crystal fragments and the job
ability system. If you're a beginner, I recommend you say yes, and listen him
out.

You'll appear back outside the Wind Shrine. Go back inside and to the room
with the people inside. Heal with the big jar. Now go back outside. Sail south
and you should see a river with a gate. This is the Torna Canal. However, the
gate is locked and you need a key to open it. Where's the key?

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Monk
Lvl 10

Lenna - White Mage
Lvl 10

Galuf - Blue Mage
Lvl 10

Faris - Black Mage
Lvl 9

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				THE KEY? (5.5j)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 100 gil, 150 gil, Ether, Leather Shoe X 2, Potion X 2, Phoenix
             Down X 2, Tent
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Karlabos
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

You might be wondering, what's with my job picks? Well, I had Bartz be a monk
so that I can learn the ability "Barehanded" and be able to attack with my 
fists as strong as a monk even if I'm a different class. Lenna's a 
White Mage...that speaks for itself, she's a natural healer. I want Galuf to
be able to use monster attacks and I wanted Faris to be able to perform Black
Magic. Simple.

Sail west to a spot of land with a town on it. Enter the town, which is called
Tule. The pirates will scramble out crying for "Grog!" and Faris will leave
the party as well. (Don't worry, only temporary). There is quite a lot to do 
in Tule, so be prepared to stay in this town for quite some time.

First, enter the Pub located just north of the entrance. Talk to the pirates
if you want, it doesn't really matter. If you stand on the chair and face the
geisha girls you'll be rewarded with a nice scene. Whao eh? Next, get on stage
and play the piano. This is the first town out of many which you can play the
piano. Man, he sucks, he can't even play the scales correctly. Next, head
upstairs and check on Faris. Man, it's dead hilarious. But wait...isn't he a
guy? And from the sprite pic, he looks dead ugly anyway! There's not much else
to do at the pub, so exit.

Head south-west to a building which is in actual fact the Greenhorn's Club.
Talk to the clerk there to gain access to the building. Talk to everyone in 
the building, grab the 100 gil inside the chest and the Tent, Phoenix Down and
Potion in each of box, barrel and container. Walk directly left from the 
container for a hidden passage to a chest with Ether. Head upstairs. Talk to
everyone here as well, before opening the chest. WHOA!!! It's a Goblin! No
biggy, just kill it. After the battle you'll obtain Leather Shoes for your
trouble. That guy who said the chest had a present from him is cruel...
Now exit the Greenhorn Club. If you say no to the clerk inside the Greenhorn
Club, she'll kick you out. Pretty scary, huh...I bet she's single...

The Inn is located to the right of the entrance. I don't know why you need it,
but at the far end there's a guy who's selling a potion for 40gil and a Tent
for 250gil. Buy some if you wish.

The weapon's shop is located north-west of the Pub. If you talk to the clerk
to buy something, Faris will suddenly barge in saying "Don't forget about me!"
How the **** do you know we're here? Anyway, the weapons shop sells:

======================
| Weapon      | Cost |
======================
|Broadsword   |  280 |
|Rod          |  200 |
|Staff        |  200 |
======================

The Armor shop is north-west of the weapon's, and if you talk to the clerk to
buy something, Faris will barge in again. Man, he's got a sixth sense or 
something. The Armor shop sells:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
======================
|Leather Shield|   90 |
|Leather Cap   |   50 |
|Leather Armor |   80 |
=======================

The northern-most box and barrel north-east of the weapon's shop contains a 
Tent and Potion. East of that, with the Staff symbol, is the magic shop. Buy
Black Magic and White Magic here. The good thing about FFV is that you only 
need to buy the magic once for everyone to use it, not for each individual
character like FFI. Buy everything here, unless you want to carry out the game
without Black Mages and White Mages which isn't likely.

Back outside, head north and Lenna will say that Zok, the guy who built the
Torna Canal, lives in the house. Maybe he has the key to the Torna Canal?
Enter the house for a cutscene to initiate.

-----------------------------

Zok: Ohhh, Princess Lenna!
Lenna: Zok! It is good to see you.
Zok: Yes...It's been a long time.
Lenna: Zok...I have a favour to ask. We must go to Walse, so we need to pass
       through the Torna Canal.
Zok: Oh, dear. Ever since the wind crystal was destroyed, the beasts in the
     canal have multiplied like rabbits! It is much too dangerous to enter!
     Moreover...I-I seem to have lost the key to the canal somewhere...(****)
     I'm sorry I cannot help you with the key. Still, since you've come all
     this way, won't you at least stay the night? Wonderful. Then, follow me!

(At night inside the bedroom)

*Bartz suddenly gets out of bed, and exits the house. He stands at the river-
bank*

Bartz: The crystals...Now that I think of it, they're the reason Dad...

(A memory, in a house somewhere. Bartz is lying on the bed, his parents are
standing quite far away at a desk)

Bartz's father: The crystals must be protected at any cost! Stella - if 
                anything should happen to me, never tell Bartz about the
                crystals...They aren't his burden to bear.
Stella: Oh, darling...please, don't say things like that...

(Back at the present)

*Bartz walks back inside the house*

(In the bedroom, Zok is inside by Lenna's bed)

Lenna: (sleeptalking) ...Father...I'll protect the crystals...promise...

*Zok nods and heads back to the living room*

Zok: What's the matter, Bartz?
Bartz: Nothing...I just was reminded of my folks...They died a while back,
       though...
Zok: ...Here. Take it.
Bartz: Huh? Take what?
Zok: The key to the canal. With it, you can open the gate and travel to Walse.
     I was worried about Lenna, so I hid the key, but...Please! Take care of
     her!

-----------------------------

Yeah! We now have the key to the canal! So the guy did have it all along...
Phew. At least we didn't have to go through another dungeon where the key was
the prize at the end. 

Before leaving Tule, head to the north-west and east corners, for Phoenix
Down and Leather Shoes respectively. They're easy to find, so don't complain
to me if you can't find them. (I'll just say that you're an idiot and go look
closer).

Try and leave town and you'll be thrown into a scene where Faris will dump his
pirate friends and tell them to guard the hideout. Now board the ship and
you'll initiate another cutscene.

-----------------------------

Bartz: Lenna, what's wrong?
Lenna: The wind crystal has shattered...Right now, the only difference is that
       the wind has slowed...But soon, it will stop blowing completely. And in
       a few years, the air will grow stagnant, and the birds won't have any
       place to fly...Father said that we had to protect the three remaining
       crystals.
Bartz: ...Three crystals?
Lenna: Yes, the crystals of fire, water, and earth.
Bartz: If those were lost too, then...
Lenna: At first, nothing would happen. But it wouldn't be very long before the
       earth began to decay...the seas dirtied and rivers ceased to flow,
       fires lost their heat and the world became dark and cold...(um...the
       sun is still ther dumbass) It really would become an inlivable world...
Galuf: We've gotta protect the crystals!
Bartz: Huh? Did that trigger any of your memories?
Galuf: Nope...Doesn't matter. I'm still gonna help!
Faris: Well said, old man. I'm coming along too. Plus, we still have to find
       Lenna's father.
Bartz: King Tycoon? But he disappeared into thin air.
Faris: He still lives, I feel it in my bones! (What a way to boost each others
       confidence) Never for a moment believe otherwise!
Lenna: Bartz...Will you come with us?
Bartz: Before, I was just coming along for the ride...But seeing everyone
       here...
Lenna: The crystal shards...
Bartz: We were given power to protect the world...The power of the wind
       crystal... ......That's it, I'm in! We've got some crystals to save!
Galuf: Sure enough! Let's be off!

-----------------------------

Not a bad cutscene. Anyway, now that we have the key to the canal, we can
surely move onwards, but why do that in such a hurry when we can train? :P 
The land connected to the northern gate of the Torna Canal is the home to 
several ferocious beasts, Big Horn and Bandersnatch to name a few. If you're
lucky enough to meet 3 Bandersnatchs together, you'll get 3 whooping ABP! Take
your time training. However, I wouldn't recommend training in that particular
area unless you're confident on your fightings skills and have at least one 
White Mage in the party. The shrine is right up north if you feel the need to
completely heal yourself.

Before we head inside the Torna Canal, have you wondered what happened to our
furry friend we left some time ago? Let's go check on him shall we? Head south
of the Torna Canal to the Pirate's Hideout. At the entrance, Bartz realises
that Boko tried to go after you! OMG!

The monsters inside shouldn't be any problem to you now. Head to the Pirate's
Hideout. Talk to one of the pirates to recieve 8 potions. Sweet! If you talk
to the pirates, you'll learn that a bird is in being treated. Oh no! Before we
see Boko, press the skull-like button at the south-western bit of the room,
and enter the LEFT door. Inside is 3 chests containing Ether, 300 gil and a
Tent. SWEET! Now enter the second room. A scene will occur where you'll see
Boko. How sad... If you exit the door at the right, you'll find a pirate
that's trying to say something to Faris...well, you can guess. Now it's time
to leave. Go back to where the monsters are located in the Hideout. You can
learn "Vampire" from one of the Steel Bats for Blue Mage. Also, if you have a
Blue Mage in the party, go to the Wind Shrine, and learn "Goblin Punch" from a
Black Goblin and "Aero" from a Moldwynd.

Afterwards, go back to the Torna Canal. Bartz will unlock the gate. Everyone 
would be surprised that he actually got the key, and Bartz is shrugging it
off. Continue to sail across the river, watching out for the monsters along
the way. At some point, a whirlpool will appear, and after a scene, you'll be
thrown straight into your second boss battle!

==============================================================================
 Karlabos
\=========/

HP - 650
Strength - 10
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Potion
Treasure - Tent
Type - Water

Battle Strategy: WTF is this thing? A Scorpion/Lobster would pretty much 
                 describe it's looks. The Karlabos is especially weak against
                 thunder, so use thunder magic. If things are't looking well,
                 heal with a White Mage (you should have one). Other than that
                 just attack with all your might. It'll go down not long after
                 the battle starts.

Difficulty: 3/10

==============================================================================

Unfortunately, killing Karlabos didn't get rid of the whirlpool. While the 
ship escaped the wrath of Karlabos, Syldra wasn't as lucky. Watch the scene
unfold as Syldra sinks beneath the waves. Without Syldra, all the ship can do
is get drift with the current. The ship finally lands...in the Graveyard of
Ships.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Black Mage
Lvl 14

Lenna - Knight
Lvl 14

Galuf - Monk
Lvl 14

Faris - Thief
Lvl 14

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				SHIP'S GRAVEYARD (5.6k)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 990 gil, Antidote X 2, Flail, Phoenix Down X 2, Potion, World Map
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Siren
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Just before we begin: I hate the Ship's Graveyard with a passion. It's not
because it's long, or hard or anything, there's just this feeling about it 
that's just not right. Maybe it's the fact that there is such a high monster
rate in this area, and that since the enemies are all undead, it can get 
EXTREMELY ANNOYING! Oh well, no point complaining about it, let's begin.

First, walk across the plank. Follow the path onto another ship and go through
the door. It's all foggy in this room for some reason. Follow the path 
downstairs, and enter the room to your left before proceeding south. In this
room there's a Tent. Now go back through the door and head south. Faris will
complain about getting soaked. Ohhh nooo the world's gonnna end!!! Head into
the water and downstairs. The box with the skull-symbol on it has 990 gil. 
Nice. Go up and when given a choice of going north and south doors, go through
the northern one first. Go downstairs in this room and grab the Phoenix Down
in the chest. Now go back through the door.

This time go through the southern door. There's nothing to do here besides 
going downstairs. Follow the path up to a chest with potion. Now go back up
some stairs. Make sure not to step on some cracks because they'll cause you to
fall back down. Exit through the southern door. Go down and watch the scene.

***SPOILERS****

-----------------------------

Bartz: I'm soaked...Yow! There's a fish in my shorts!
Lenna: This room seems safe enough...Let's take a rest. I'm going to change
       into dry clothes...No peeking!

*Bartz starts a fire*

Bartz: Okay, time to get dry!
Faris: I'm fine like this...don't worry about me.
Galuf: Are you crazy, boy? You'll catch pneumonia in those wet things!

*Galuf and Bartz go stand on either side of Faris*

Faris: Hey, what're you doing? Get away! Don't touch - 

*Lenna comes back outside*

Lenna: What's all the commotion?
Bartz: Yeow! Lenna - this - he - 
Galuf: Oh, my stars and comets! HE'S A SHE!
Faris: Well - maybe I am! You got a problem with it!?
Lenna: Of course not...Just, why were you trying to hide it?
Faris: When I was just a lad - er, lass, a pirate band took me in. I've been
       one of them ever since.
Bartz: Yeah, so?
Faris: Well, would YOU want to be the only girl on a ship full of pirates?
Bartz: ...Ah, right. Yeah.
Galuf: Haw! I knew from the very start that you were too pretty to be a man! 
       *whew...*
Faris: Anyhow - make fun of me for really being a woman and I'll shiver your
       timbers but good! 
Bartz: Uh...okay...
Faris: That's right, it's okay! Now, I'm turning in, and you louts had best do
       the same! 

(The next day)

Faris: Ahhh, slept like a log! Rise and shine, dullards! Time's a-wasting!

*Galuf falls off the bed*

Faris: Hey, old man! That's enough lollygagging (wtf?) from the likes of you!
       On your feet! Let's go!
Galuf: Bah...If you aren't gonna dress like a girl - and you should, a real
       shame to hide such assets - y'could at least talk like one...
Bartz: Heh...No poing in trying to change her...Faris is who she is! 
Lenna: That's for certain! 

-----------------------------

What a surprise eh? With you fully rested, go up and through the door Lenna
was changing in. Remember, you can always rest here again if you feel like it.
In this new room, there's a consecrated circle (yeah!) for you to save. Go 
upstairs and you'll once again be shrouded in fog. Keep going upstairs until
you reach the surface. No, it's not finished yet. Walk across the plank and
walk south on the wood, then jump on a rock and back on wood. Jump onto 
another ship. Enter the door.

The weird looking scroll thingy up by the northern wall is the World Map! 
Yeah! Go downstairs for 3 chests containing 2 antidotes and a Phoenix Down.
Now leave this forsaken ship. 

Jump across the rocks on the right side and open the chest. Instead of getting
an item, the whole ship will appear. Don't worry, there's no way to go inside,
instead just walk north, jump across the rocks and hit land!!!

Unfortunately, as soon as you hit land, you have to watch a scene, which 
involves hypnotism, and then be thrown straight into another boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Siren
\======/

HP - 900
Strength - 15
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Bronze Armor, Bronze Shield
Type - Humanoid/Undead

Battle Strategy: Not bad looking ain't she? Just wait until she turns undead,
                 before you reconsider. The first thing she does is cast haste
                 upon herself, which makes it quicker for her to attack. This
                 can get annoying. DON'T use black magic no matter what, she
                 is resistant to all types. When she's normal, just pummel her
                 with your strongest offensive attacks. It's as soon as she 
                 turns undead, when you start using magic. All types do heaps,
                 but fire does especially much. Also, White Magic will also
                 harm her when she's undead. Use all this to your advantage,
                 and she'll fall before long. 

Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

After that boss battle, head up and leave the Ship's Graveyard for good.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Monk (Lvl 5 Monk, Lvl 5 Black Mage)
Lvl 16

Lenna - Knight (Lvl 5 Knight, Lvl 3 White Mage)
Lvl 16

Galuf - Monk (Lvl 5 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 16

Faris - Black Mage (Lvl 5 Black Mage, Lvl 5 Thief)
Lvl 16

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				CARWEN AND THE NORTH MOUNTAIN (5.7l)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 1000 gil, Antidote, Frost Rod, Golden Needle, Mythril Helm, 
             Phoenix Down, Silver Specs
Blue Magic: Flash (Headstone - Use an Ether on it)
Bosses: Magissa
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

You are back in the overworld. Follow the path RIGHT and at the next fork head
SOUTH. That town is Carwen. 

Man, the magic is catchy in this place. Head up the stairs to an inn. It's 
only 10 gil, so it's not worth going back to Ship's Graveyard just to heal to
save gil.

The Item's shop is located just east of the Inn, here's what it sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Potion        |  40  | 
|Antidote      |  30  |
|Eye Drop      |  20  |
|Maiden's Kiss |  60  |
|Mallet        |  50  |
|Gold Needle   | 150  |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Tent          | 250  |
=======================

Now head north of the Inn to the Weapon and Armor shops. The weapon shop
sells:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Dagger        | 300  |
|Long Sword    | 480  |
|Rod           | 200  |
|Staff         | 200  |
=======================

I would buy a Long Sword for your Knight. Sell all unnecessary weapons now and
then proceed to the Armor Shop right next door.

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Bronze Shield | 290  |
|Bronze Helm   | 250  |
|Bronze Armor  | 400  |
|Copper Cuirass| 350  |
|Cotton Robe   | 300  |
=======================

Buy some stuff if you're rich. Now just a little east of the building, there's
the magic shop. Buy "Sleep", "Silence" and "Protect", since the others you
already have. Head south and you see the 5 barrels? The second one from the 
left contains an Antidote. If you walk east and talk to the sailors, you'll 
learn that the ships can't sail because there's not enough wind. Oh well. 

The Pub is just north. There's a Piano here, so play it. Well, he can play the
scales perfectly now. There's not much to do in the pub except talking to 
everyone (listen to the clerk behind the counter, YEAH!!!). There's a hidden
passage at the bottom-left under the white container going left. Follow it to
another area. The top white container contains 1000 gil. Man, that's stealing,
it's probably where the clerk stashes his money...hehehehehehe... With not 
much else to do, exit the pub. There's not much else to do in Carwen, so leave
the town.

Back in the overworld, head north and follow the RIGHT foresty path. At the
end enter North Mountain.

Here, head up and into the cave. Walk south first to a chest with Phoenix 
Down. Then head back up north, and before exiting from the north-west, head
south again for a Gold Needle. Now exit from the north-west.

Follow the path north and into another cave. Go down the stairs and out from
the north-east. One warning: DO NOT stand on the purple grass. If you do, 
it'll poison the entire party. Not very nice ain't it? Go north across the
bridge and be VERY careful not to stand on the purple grass. Don't sprint no
matter what. Go inside the cave at the end for a consecrated circle. Exit the
cave and head west for a scene. Afterwards, you'll be thrown into a boss 
battle.

==============================================================================
 Magissa
\========/

HP - 650
Strength - 14
Defense - 0
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Power Drink, Whip
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Do not, I repeat, DO NOT kill her until she summons Forza. 
                 Forza is much stronger than Magissa, but take out Magissa
                 first, because she will heal Forza. She isn't really 
                 resistant to magic, but isn't weak against it either. Just
                 pummel her with your strongest attacks. She'll go down before
                 long.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Magissa with or without Forza summoned the free frost
                       rod in Carwen should instant kill both after breaking
                       it.

Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

After that battle, head west into a another cave. Walk north for a scene with
Hiryu, the dragon which King Tycoon rode. Man, Lenna is friggin' reckless.
After learning that Bartz is scared of heights, you'll leave North Mountain on
Hiryu's back.

Good thing about Hiryu is that he can fly, and therefore, no monster 
encounters and you can fly over both land and water. Bad thing is he can't fly
over mountains, and can't land on foresty patches or deserts.

Before going to Castle Walse, let's go to Tycoon shall we? It should be
south-west of your current position, just above the first meteor. 

Go up and talk to the guard. He'll open up the gate to the castle. Head up
through the double doors and speak with the chancellor. God, he's back quick.
Watch the cutscene:

***POSSIBLY MAJOR SPOILERS***

-----------------------------

Chancellor: Princess Lenna!
Lenna: Forgive me...I didn't mean to worry you.
Chancellor: No need to fret about that now. But please, you must return to the
            palace! Our guard has been severely weakened by monster raids, but
            there is no way we can recover without our princess!
Lenna: I'm sorry...I cannot stay.
Chancellor: Princess, you have a responsibility to this kingdom!
Lenna: Yes...but more importantly I have a responsibility to the world. Right
       now, we are all in danger...What's more...Father is still alive, and I-
Chancellor: ...I understand. Princess Lenna, we will protect the kingdom, I 
            swear it!
Lenna: And I swear to return, and bring father back. (How can you, he's 
       probably dead you non-realistic fool) Until that time, please hold
       things together here.
Chancellor: For now, will you at least stay the night?
Lenna: Certainly.

(At night, on the balcony)

Lenna: Faris?
Faris: Hm? Ah, Lenna. It's late...you should be in bed.
Lenna: So should you...sister.
Faris: ...!!!
Lenna: I'm right, aren't I? You're my older sister...
Faris: Wh-what are you going on about? Me, your...That's daft!
Lenna: But...
Faris: Besides, a buccaneer like me, really a prince-er, princess? 'Tis a bit
       much, that!

*Faris leaves*

Lenna: But...your pendant...

(Back in the bedroom)

???: Bartz...Bartz!
Bartz: ...*snort*...nhuh?

(Reveals it's day and everyone's up)

Lenna: *giggle*
Galuf: What in tarnation are you doing, kid?
Faris: I think he's a few men short of a full crew...

-----------------------------

Now you have the whole castle to explore. Head down and down again. The third
white container contains a Hi-Potion. Then exit the room to your south.

Proceed north into the throne room. Take the north-EAST door up many stairs to
a place with plenty of white containers. 4 of them contain an Ether, Elixir, 
Phoenix Down and Maiden's Kiss! Now head back downstairs and out of the throne
room.

In the room outside the throne room, go through the north-east door and up the
stairs. Go through the door at the end. The white container and barrel there
contains an Ether and a Cottage. At the other end the two barrels contain an
Elixir and a Phoenix Down. Talk to the person in the room for some shocking
news. Interesting... Now leave the castle.

In the courtyard, walk south-west to down some stairs and through a door which
was once previously blocked by a guard. Follow the path to the Storehouse. 
Press the switch at the wall to open up a pathway. Follow the hidden passage
to place with Ashura and a Shuriken. Talk to the Chancellor for a Healing 
Staff and the chest which he was guarding contains a Diamond Bell! Sweet! Now
with everything in te castle accomplished, leave the castle.

Get back on Hiryu and fly a bit north-east to a castle and town next to each
other. The castle is Castle Walse, the town is simply Walse. Let's go inside
Walse before the castle.

The Inn is directly north of the entrance. The items shop is also located 
inside the Inn and it sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Potion        |  40  | 
|Antidote      |  30  |
|Eye Drop      |  20  |
|Maiden's Kiss |  60  |
|Mallet        |  50  |
|Gold Needle   | 150  |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Tent          | 250  |
=======================

The Weapons and Armor shop is north of the Inn. The Weapon's shop sells:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Battle Axe    | 650  |
|Long Sword    | 480  |
|Dagger        | 300  |
=======================

The armor shop sells:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Iron Shield   | 390  |
|Iron Helm     | 350  |
|Iron Armor    | 500  |
|Kenpo Gi      | 450  |
|Cotton Robe   | 300  |
=======================

Buy some stuff if you feel like it. Exit afterwards and walk east to the Magic
Shop. All the stuff it sells is new, so buy everything unless you don't want a
summoner in your party.

Before leaving, go down the stairs into the water west of the inn, and swim to
the first house. Walk to the very western side and to the white container 
which contains Silver Specs! There's not much else to in Walse, so leave and
head for Castle Walse.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				CASTLE WALSE (5.8m)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 1000 gil X 2, 490 gil, Elven Mantle, Poenix Down, Tent
Blue Magic: Moon Flute (Jackanapes), Pond's Chorus (Elf Toad)
Bosses: Shiva
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Continue walking up the stairs to the entrance. Up ahead is the throne room,
but don't go there just yet. Instead, go through the door, NOT down the stairs
to a new room.

Upstairs is the library. There is not much point in it, but if you want to 
talk to the scholars, that's fine. Go down the stairs located at the south-
eastern bit of the room. You'll appear in the storehouse. You can find a tent,
Phoenix Down and 490 gil within the barrels and boxes. There's not much else
to do here, so head back to the entrance.

If you want to risk it, go downstairs and go through the north-eastern doors
and go downstairs. This is the Basement. It contains a very strong enemy
called the Jackanapes. If you encounter one of these (which is like, 
definetely) then either run and hope for the best, or try defeating it. I 
wouldn't count on defeating it though, so running would be best. Having the
theif's ability !Flee is extremely helpful. 

Also, a tip from the GFaqs Message boards is that Quicksaving and resuming
will reset the monster-rate occurence. So basically, after every 5-10 steps,
quicksave and restart. If you're unlucky, you'll still meet once of the
Jackanapes. Well then bad luck. Follow the path to two doors. The right door
contains the ability Speed and 2000 gil. The left door leads to an Elven 
Mantle. Now leave the basement.

The southern door leads outside. Follow the path and into water. Head north 
and go straight inbetween the waterfall at the end. You'll appear in the 
Watertower. Take note that this is where Shiva is sealed. It might be 
necessary to wait until Karnak before facing her, because she is rather
powerful, and the addition of a few fire-rods will help tremendously. If you
feel up to it now, then go ahead.

Follow the one-way path up and up a few levels until you reach a new one which
you can't recognize. This is where Shiva is located. Go around to where Shiva
is. Be prepared for another boss battle!

==============================================================================
 Shiva
\======/

HP - 1500
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down + Hi-Potion
Treasure - Frost Rod
Type - Ice

Battle Strategy: Shiva wouldn't be much of a problem if it wasn't for her 
                 Ice soldiers protecting her. It doesn't matter much which 
                 you get rid of first, Shiva or the knights, but I say Shiva,
                 because she is much more a nuisance and she can cast Blizzara
                 which is extremely annoying. Cast fire on her, she is very
                 weak against it, and continue to blast her with your
                 strongest attacks. This might take a while.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Shiva can be killed without buying Fira in Karnak 
                       simply win flame rods from the Richard mages in 
                       Garula's tower and break 1 or 2 of them.
                
Difficulty: 6/10

==============================================================================

Heal dude, because it's very likely that one of your characters is dead or
that they're all on low health. Exit through the south and watch as you fall
down the waterfall.

With that out of the way, head back into the room with the so many passages 
leading out of it. Don't bother pressing the switch; all it does is open up a
doorway which ultimately leads outside. The staircase going downstairs from 
the western side leads to the jail, or dungeon as they so call it. Don't free
the Lone Wolf because freeing Lone Wolf seems to get treasure stolen, like the
Blitz Whip in the Cave of Jachol. All that's left is a card from him. 

(thanks to endigomaster for this info!)

Now we can finally go to the throne room. Watch the scene, heal yourself at
the inn, and fly to north-west to the Tower of Walse.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Monk (Lvl 5 Monk, Lvl 5 Black Mage)
Lvl 17

Lenna - Knight (Lvl 5 Knight, Lvl 3 White Mage)
Lvl 16

Galuf - Monk (Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 16

Faris - Thief (Lvl 5 Thief, Lvl 6 Black Mage)
Lvl 16

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				SECOND METEOR (5.9m)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Ether, Maiden's Kiss, Silk Robe, Silver Armlet
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Garula
New Jobs: Berserker, Mystic Knight, Red Mage, Summoner, Time Mage
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

The tower is very, very straightforward. It's so easy that even a 2 year old
could beat it. Just make sure that on the 4th floor you climb the vines for a
Silk Robe. On the 5th floor is a consecrated circle and a chest with Maiden's
Kiss. On the 8th floor, forget about the middle vine, and climb the north-west
vine for Silver Armlet and then the north-east vine for an Ether. The boss is
located on the 10th floor.

==============================================================================
 Garula
\=======/

HP - 1200
Strength - 15
Defense - 7
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 4
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion + Potion
Treasure - Hi-Potion
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This boss has real big weaknesses. It may start off as an
                 easy fight, but it eventually counters all your attacks and
                 brings out some of its tricks. Be especially careful of
                 Rush. The battle gets harder as it progresses. Don't waste
                 on healing, just attack. Monks are especially useful at this
                 stage, but if you don't like monks, just get the ability
                 "Barehanded". It'll make this battle a lot easier.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Garula Silence + Ponds Chorus blue magic in that order
                       and its physical hits will barely do even 20 so HP per 
                       hit.

Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

After that fight, watch the scene (man that's sad) and the crystal break.
Collect the crystal shards. Unfortunately, you can't reach the 6th one. Leave
the tower before it crumbles. You're drowning in the ocean...until you get 
rescued by Syldra. Watch the sad scene.

You now have a lot more job options to choose from. I suggest training at 
Ship's Graveyard, in the cabin where you got the World Map, because it gives
the most ABP, 2-3 each time.

After you've finished training, go inside the meteorite and step on the warp.
It looks like those 2 meteors weren't the only ones. Follow the foresty path
and at the fork go left and follow the path south. You'll see a town, a castle
and a ship. Enter the town.

MY LEVELS 
===========

Bartz - Summoner (Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 Black Mage)
Lvl 20

Lenna - Time Mage (Lvl 4 Time Mage, Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 5 White Mage)
Lvl 20

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 20

Faris - Mystic Knight (Lvl 5 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 Thief, Lvl 6 Black Mage)
Lvl 20

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				KARNAK (6.0o)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Flame Rod
Blue Magic: ??? (Wild Nack), Transfusion (Calcruthi)
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Welcome to the glorious city of Karnak. Is it getting hotter in here, or is it
just me? If you can't tell already, Karnak is the city of fire. The inn is 
located north-east of the entrance, so head there first. The items shop is 
there as well. It sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Potion        |  40  | 
|Antidote      |  30  |
|Eye Drop      |  20  |
|Maiden's Kiss |  60  |
|Mallet        |  50  |
|Gold Needle   | 150  |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Tent          | 250  |
=======================

Exactly the same things as the previous towns if you haven't already noticed.
The Magic Shop is unfortunately closed, so we'll forget about that for the 
time being. Ignore the Weapons and Armor shop for now (there's a very good 
reason why) and instead head north from the weapons and armor to the pub.

The pub has a piano...yeah, that's it. Wow, he can play some beginner Hanon
piece now. With nothing else to do, head inside the weapon's and armor shop.
Don't worry, if you try to buy anything, a guy will come in and say "FREEZE!"
You are suddenly getting arrested because you were seen coming out of the
meteorite. The next moment, you're in a cell.

Welcome to jail. Beautiful jail. Heaven on earth in fact. Rudely interrupted
by a cutscene after some period of time though.

***SPOILES***

-----------------------------

*BOOM*

???: Oh, horsefeathers!
Bartz: !?
Old Man: My great escape, and it's another cell! That's the last of my
         explosives, too...Nuts!

*Everybody laughs*

Old Man: Oh, you kids think that's funny, do you? Ehhh...doesn't matter. The
         name's Cid.
Lenna: What? The same Professor Cid who made those terrible machines to
       amplify the crystals?
Cid: ...
Lenna: Forgive me, that was rude...
Cid: No, you don't have to apologize. It's the truth, after all. I'm to blame
     for everything...It's been years. One day, I found an ancient tome in the
     Library of the Ancients. It said that thousands of years ago, the
     crystals held much more power than they do now. So, I studied the 
     crystals at Tycoon, Walse, and Karnak, and built machines to enhance 
     them...But I was wrong...increasing their power output only caused them
     to shatter...Oh, it's all my fault!
Bartz: But why are you locked up?
Cid: I was too late to save the crystals in Tycoon and Walse...Figured I could
     at least save the one here in Karnak. But when I tried to switch off the
     machine, they threw me in here.
Bartz: So, you're in the same boat as us...
Cid: You're here to protect the crystal?
Bartz: Yup! They asked us to!

*Bartz shows Cid a crystal shard*

Cid: What!? A crystal shard...who are you people!?
Chancellor: This is terrible! Oh no! Professor Cid!

*The chancellor appears and unlocks the door*

Cid: What's happened?
Chancellor: You were right all along...The crystal's cracked!
Cid: What!? 
Chancellor: I turned off the amplifier, but the crystal's power output has
            only increased...
Cid: The fire-powered ship...
Chancellor: Yes? What about it?
Cid: Most likely the fire-powered ship is what's leeching power from the
     crystal.
Chancellor: Professor, please. We cannot do this alone. Please help us!

*Cid brings out everybody*

Cid: I need these kids' help as well.
Chancellor: What? They were seen coming out of the meteorite. They're in 
            cahoots with that werewolf!
Cid: If they can't help, I guess I can't either.
Chancellor: ...All right, Professor.
Cid: You're willing to help me, right? I'll go ahead to the fire-powered 
     ship. It's not exactly a safe place to be...you get ready and meet me 
     there. I'll be waiting!

-----------------------------

Head north and the stairs. WHAT!? Basement 3? Head up another level, around
and up another level, and follow the path upstairs to the first floor. Most of
the castle is blocked by fire, so just leave. As you exit, the soldiers will
cry "WEREWOLF"! They'll scare it off with some of Cid's firework though.
Before we get on the Fire-powered ship, we'll go a stop back at Karnak. The
Magic Shop is open now. Buy everything inside that you don't have. Now to the
weapon and armor shop.

The weapons and armor which were once cheap as hell are now expensive. Anyway,
the weapon's shop sells:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Mythril Knife |  450 |
|Mythril Sword |  880 |
|Mythril Hammer| 1050 |
|Flame Rod     |  750 |
|Frost Rod     |  750 |
|Thunder Rod   |  750 |
|Flail         |  780 |
=======================

and the Armor:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Mythril Shield|  590 |
|Mythril Helm  |  550 |
|Plumed Hat    |  350 |
|Mythril Armor |  700 |
|Silver Plate  |  600 |
|Silk Robe     |  500 |
|Mythril Glove |  600 |
|Silver Armlet |  500 |
=======================

While still in Karnak, head up the north-east staircase up the castle area.
Walk around until you reach a barrel. Examine it for a Flame Rod.

Train a bit before entering the Fire Ship. After leveling up a few levels or
two, enter the magnificent Fire Ship.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Summoner (Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 24

Lenna - Time Mage (Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 5 W.Mage, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 24

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 24

Faris - Mystic Knight (Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 24

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				FIRE SHIP (6.1p)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 2000 gil X 3, Cottage, Elixir X 9, Elven Mantle, Green Beret, 
             Lightning Scroll, Main Guache, Moonring Blade, Mythril Glove, 
             Phoenix Down, Ribbon, Shuriken, Thief's Gloves
Blue Magic: Aero (Gigas), Aera (Gigas), Death Claw (Iron Claw), Flash (Crew 
            Dust), Missile (Motor Trap), Self-Destruct (Motor Trap)
Bosses: Liquid Flame
New Jobs: Beastmaster, Geomancer, Ninja
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A note before we begin, I hate the Fire Ship almost as much as the Ship's
Graveyard. The monster-rate is indeed high, and the monsters appear way too
often. Not only that, but for me, finding every single treasure was really
annoying, and even more writing it. Fortunately for you, you can look at a
guide to help you out.

After talking with Cid, enter the ship. Head downstairs and downstairs again
to be in what looks like an engine room. But it ain't. Enter the door (the 
things with the red arrow on them) for a chest with Mythril Glove. Now head
back outside and up a flight of stairs. Go upstairs and you'll be on a cook
catwalk. Follow the catwalk to a room with Elixir.

Head back downstairs and head north and down a flight of stairs to a chest
with Cottage. Now head to the very eastern part of the room and step 
downstairs. Grab the Elixir in the chest. Now go back upstairs and through the
northern door. Press the red switch to activate the elevator.

You're back on another catwalk. A chest is located east of your position. It 
blends in well, so it may be quite hard to see. It contains a Phoenix Down.
Now follow the catwalk west and through a new door. Activate the elevator to
go downstairs.

Go outside. Walk north-west and into a vent. Follow the vent downstairs, and
continue along the path and go downstairs again. Go through the door and
activate the elevator to go back upstairs. First, go through the 3rd vent.
It'll lead you downstairs to a chest with Thief's Gloves. Go back to the room
before and go down the 4th vent. Go within the vent which eventually leads to
a Green Beret! Go back upstairs.

This time go through the 2nd vent. It'll lead you downstairs. Ignore the door
and go upstairs. Activate the switch to open the door to a chest with Moonring
Blade. Now go through the door I told you to ignore before. DO NOT step on 
the yellow thingy, instead enter the left door. Inside is a consecrated circle
(Phew!). Save! Head up to a new room.

Head up and press the switch to be raised. Activate the two other switches 
possible and walk across the newly-appeared platform. At the end, press both
switches. If you need to go back for any reason, stand on the left platform 
and press the switch to be brought back to the entrance of the room. Stand on
the big platform in the middle and activate the switch. Grab the chest with
Elixir before heading into a new room.

This is the boiler's room. Head up, and you're in for a surprise. Queen
Karnak! After hearing her speak, she'll summon some flames to engulf you into
a boss battle! 

==============================================================================
 Liquid Flame
\============/

HP - 3000
Strength - 18
Defense - 0
Magic - 10
Magic Defense - 15
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Flame Scroll
Type - Fire

Battle Strategy: Do not underestimate this boss. It will be easily the hardest
                 boss you've faced up until now. Since it's fire, water and
                 ice obviously works best. Use Frost Rods if you have any,
                 and continously attack it with Blizzara and Shiva. Liquid
                 Flame also has many forms. The Human form will cast Blaze on
                 your party. Attack it quick to switch forms. The hand form 
                 will use Ray on your party and Fira. Attack it again a few
                 times for it to switch to it's tornado form. When attacked,
                 it will use magnet on one of the characters, which will
                 paralyze them. It will also heal itself by casting Fira.
                 This boss battle is sure to take some time, and will be the
                 hardest battle yet. Patience is your friend, not foe.

Morneau's Strategy: Start with 1, 2 or even 3 Gravity, it will take out 1500,
                    750 and 375 hp. Note that in its 3rd form (hand?), it's 
                    immune to Gravity. But still, taking out 1500 and 750 in 
                    2 shoots is priceless!

Difficulty: 7.5/10

==============================================================================

After the battle, immediately revive your down'd ones and heal everybody. Go
up through the vent to where the Fire Crystal is located. Suddenly, the
werewolf comes. Huh? He's not your enemy. Watch the scene where a stupid
soldier controlled by god knows who activated the amplifier, and watch a 
heart-breaking sacrifice.

You'll fall down back into the castle. (How is that possible?). It seems that
the Fire Ship is connected to the Dungeon of the castle. (so why couldn't we
just put out the fire which blocked the door and go through it there you
dumbasses). 

But we have no time to deal with such matters. Now that the Fire Crystal has
been blown to smithereens, the castle will too...in 10 MINUTES!!! There's an
actual time limit of 10 minutes as well, and in that time, you have to get out
of the castle, even when you're in battle and the start menu.

Normally, 10 minutes to get out of the castle is laughable, and easily 
achievable. It still would be, unless you want all the juicy treasures located
around the castle. Who would leave them behind for the explosion? I'll direct
you to the treasure. 

Head into the cell with the chest for 2000 gil. Now run to the where the exit
is but stop and enter the cell and grab the chest with MONSTERS! After the
battle you'll recieve an Elixir. There are many chests with monsters in them,
so I'll mark them with "MOSNTERS!" before the treasure it contains.

There are chests on either side of this room, the east one containing 
MONSTERS! Shuriken and the west one with MONSTERS! Ribbon. Now head up the
stairs. This room contains nothing, so quickly trek around the room and up
the stairs. This room also contains nothing so head up the stairs quick.

Now you're back in the main hall. Head through the first door you see. Grab
the 2000 gil from the chest and MONSTERS! Elixir from another chest closeby.
Head down to another chest with MONSTERS! Elixir. Exit from the south and
head enter the door right next to you. Get the two chests with MONSTERS!
Elixir and MONSTerS! (this is getting annoying) Elixir. Head north for two 
more chests with MONSTERS! Elixir and 2000 gil. Don't head downstairs just 
yet, head up the staircase and follow the path downstairs many times before
you reach a chest with MONSTERS! Elixir. lol, just kidding, it contains
Main Gauche! Now head back to the main hall.

Exit the lower gate, but don't leave the castle just yet. There are chests on
either side containing MONSTERS! Lightning Scroll and MONSTERS! Esuna! Now
leave the castle. 

On the way out, you'll face a Sergeant and 3 Cur Nakks, which should have been
quite frequent within the castle as well. But something's different this time.
If you have enough time (which you should, I had more than 5 mins remaining 
when I got out), kill the Cur Nakks first, and the Sergeant will transform 
into an Iron Claw. This is the only chance to add Iron Claw into the 
bestiary, so don't waste it.

Don't just stand there looking at my guide for the next directions, it should
be pretty darn obvious! LEAVE THE CASTLE BEFORE IT BLOWS! You'll experience
some nice GBA graphics as Castle Karnak blows into 1 million tiny pieces. 
You'll acquire 3 of the shards later as well, and you will be able to have
a Beastmaster, Geomancer, and Ninja in your party now. Sickass. 

Talk to Cid whose still on the Fire Ship; he seems to be talking to himself.
Talk to him again on the upper floor of Karnak Pub. He wants to be left alone.
Well guess what old man? Shutting yourself up from the world and sulking
non-stop ain't gonna bring the crystals back to life! Wish I could say that,
but no, I can't.

With the arrival of new jobs, you know what that means don't you? Yes, more
training. I hear you groaning. Games like Final Fantasy practically revolve
around training. Yeah, I know I'm exagerrating it, and you're probably
thinking I'm mental. Meh.

After you've finished training, on the overworld, head past where the wall 
was. Follow the one-way path down a desert, through forests and into the
Libary of the Ancients.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Summoner (Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 25

Lenna - Beastmaster (Lvl 3 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 5 W.Mage, Lvl 5.
                     T.Mage)
Lvl 25

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 25

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 4 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 25

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				LIBRARY OF THE ANCIENTS (6.2q)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Ether, Ninja Suit, Phoenix Down
Blue Magic: Aera (Page 32), Aqua Breath (Drhome Chimera) Level 5 Death (Page 
            64), Moon Flute (Page 256), Off-Guard (Page 256), Transfusion 
            (Mythril Dragon)
Bosses: Ifrit, Byblos
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Talk to the people walking around like mad above. It appears that Mid, Cid's
grandson has disappeared somewhere in the Library of the Ancients. Ouch...
that's not nice. Head up to the second floor. The pot to the left will heal
you completely. Afterwards, head to the very top floor.

Of the 3 books at the top, the right-most one is possessed. Click on it to
start a battle with the possessed pages. Afterwards, head back downstairs to
the very first floor. Head down the left flight of stairs and through the door
to the basement.

Head up and push the staircase out of the way. Now walk into the gap at the
north-west part of the room. The bookshelf will move back to the way it was.
Proceed east and through the gaps at the bottom. Climb the ladder to the top
and walk RIGHT and to the end. The bookshelf will move again. Follow the way
RIGHT, ignore the stairs and hit the wall at the end. Now climb down those
stairs, walk up through the newly-opened passage and press A on the black 
thing. VOILA! Enter the hole.

On a side note: You can learn the immensely powerful Level 5 Death from Page
64 down here. You can also learn "Off-guard" and "Moon Flute" from page 256
if you have the Beastmaster's ability "!Control".

What a crap way to make it seem that the room is dark. Walk down and right to
a chest with Ether. Next walk down and into a new room. Follow the way, 
ignore the door for now and examine the bookcase up the stairs. A new passage
is revealed. Follow the path into a new room where Ifrit is located. Have fun
with another boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Ifrit
\======/

HP - 3000
Strength - 29
Defense - 10
Magic - 32
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down
Treasure - Flame Scroll
Type - Fire

Battle Strategy: Ouch. This boss is so damn easy after that Liquid Flame hell
                 that you'll piss yourself laughing. Seriously, this battle's
                 a cinch. He's fire, so he's obviously weak against Water and
                 Ice. Cast Blizzara and summon Shiva to constantly weaken him.
                 Having Frost Rods isn't that bad of an idea either. If you 
                 have Aqua Breath, use it, it's extremely helpful. This battle
                 is nothing compared to Liquid Flame, and you won't have much
                 of a challenge.

Difficulty: 3/10

==============================================================================

You're now able to summon Ifrit! Sweet! Go back to the door I told you to
ignore before, and you'll see why I told you to ignore it with that annoying
bookcase. Fortunately, since Ifrit's there, it'll allow you to pass. Head left
downstairs to a chest with Ninja Suit. How head back upstairs and through the
door.

In here, walk down the flight of stairs, and proceed LEFT. Walk down another
flight of stairs and keep walking south to a chest with Phoenix Down. Now 
walk to a path coming out of the right back to other room. Walk right to the
door right next to you.

Head up and push that bookcase out of the way. Walk up and examine the
bookcase up the stairs. Walk south and ignore the exit out; it leads to 
absolute nowhere. Instead, examine the bookcase above the stairs for a book
battle. Enter the passage it blocked for a consecrated circle. SAVE!!!

Walk downstairs and through another room. You'll see a boy in front of you,
but before the chance to speak to him, you'll have to face another boss battle
*groan*

==============================================================================
 Byblos
\=======/

HP - 3600
Strength - 30
Defense - 10
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 30
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dark Matter + Mallet
Treasure - Iron Daft
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: Ok, Ifrit might have been a pushover, but this guy ain't no
                 pushover. Don't take this battle lightly, Byblos is 
                 dangerous, what with Magic Hammer (a blue ability if you want
                 it), half your level and MP, confuse plus a lot more devious
                 techniques. However, this guy has a weakness towards fire.
                 USE THAT TO YOUR AdVANAGE! SUMMON IFRIT! CAST FIRA! Anything
                 that'll bring him down quickly. Flame rods is an excellent
                 idea as well. This guy will take a lot longer than Ifrit did
                 and don't always expect to win on your first go.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Byablos is weak to fire but don't summon ifrit at all 
                       use Fira only. Or if you did learn death claw use that
                       instead.

Difficulty: 6.5/10

==============================================================================

Now head up and talk to Mid. Watch the scene that follows and you'll instantly
be transported to the top floor again. Phew! It's now time to get out of 
Library of the Ancients for good. Head back to Karnak. Head insid the pub and
a cutscene starts:

-----------------------------

Bartz: Cid!
Cid: ...
Lenna: Mid isn't here?
Faris: Come on, man. Pull yourself together!
Cid: Leave me alone...Don't waste your time on a worthless old lump like me.
     (You just said it, old man)
Mid: Grandpa!

*Mid appears*

Cid: Mid?

(Mid starts punching Cid)

Cid: Ouch! Mid, stop that! What are you doing?
Mid: What am I doing? What are YOU doing, you silly old fool!? You never give
     up! Never!
Cid: Mid...
Mid: You always told me not to be afraid of failing...That if you messed up,
     you just had to start over and try again...What happened to that!?
Cid: Mid...Mid......Just try again......Mid! You're absolutely right!
Mid: Of course I am!
Cid: It's not over. The earth crystal is still out there!
Bartz: Yeah, but where?
Cid: That I don't know. But we've got to find it and protect it! And to do 
     that...
Mid: We'll need the fire-powered ship! I'm right, aren't I?
Cid: Yes...We'll need to get the fire-powered ship moving again. But without
     the crystal...
Mid: Way ahead of you, Grandpa. Just look at this!

*Mid lays down the book on the desk*

Cid: Ohh, where'd you dig this up? Hmm...Ahh, I see, like that...Nice work,
     Mid, this could do it! All right! Let's get to work!
Mid: Yeah!

-----------------------------

Proceed to the fire-powered ship. Once on board, another cutscene starts.

*****WARNING: MAJOR, MAJOR SPOILERS*****
==========================================

-----------------------------

Mid: Move it, guys!
Cid: You'll have to excuse Mid, he's all fired up! We'll take care of the ship
     so you kids just sit tight.

*Bartz and his friends enter the cabin*

Bartz: Galuf, what's wrong?
Faris: Yes...you do look even stranger than usual.
Lenna: Galuf, are you all right?
Galuf: My head... It was like I could almost remember...

(-Flashbacks-)

(In the pub of Karnak)

Mid: Grandpa!
Cid: Mid?

(On top of some castle)

Krile: Grandpa!
Galuf: Krile!

(In the pub of Karnak)

*Mid is punching Cid*

Cid: Ouch! Mid, stop that! What are you doing?
Mid: What am I doing? What are YOU doing, you silly old fool!? You never give
     up. Never!

(On top of some castle)

*Krile is punching Galuf*

Galuf: Owww! Hey, knock it off!
Krile: Silly old fool!

(Back in the cabin)

Galuf: K...Kri...Krile...
Bartz: Galuf! What happened!?
Lenna: Did you remember something!?
Galuf: I'm...I'm not from this world!
Bartz: !?
Galuf: I warped here through a meteorite from another world. Because...The 
       evil we'd sealed thirty years ago was beginning to reawaken...So I 
       came to stop it...
Bartz: Evil is reawakening?
Galuf: That's right...Big, bad evil, too-the dark warlock, Exdeath! (what 
       type of name is that?)

(-Flashback-)

(In some cave, Galuf, the wereworlf (ZOMG!), and two other guys are speaking)

???: No doubt about it! The power of the four crystals is gathered here!
???: Perfect! We'll use their power to seal Exdeath here!

(Back in the cabin)

Galuf: To seal him, I came here once before, thirty years ago...
Lenna: So...If all four crystals are destroyed, then Exdeath's seal will be
       broken as well?
Galuf: Right...Ughhh...my head...
Bartz: Galuf!
Galuf: Still...still can't remember clearly...urg...We can't...allow Exdeath
       t'...be reborn...gkk...

*Galuf collapses*

Bartz: Galuf!!!
Galuf: 'M...okay...

-----------------------------

Interesting huh? Head down and you'll see Cid and Mid sleeping quite 
peacefully. Talk to Cid, and they'll both wake up, and depart back for the
Library of the Ancients. And, we're off!

Just so you know, in a general RPG, there are usually "Leading goals"
which the antagonists need to accomplish, and one "overall goal". It might be
that the "leading goals" are killing certain high-people, obtaining pendants 
of power, or causing destruction, sorrow and despair. The "overall goal" could 
be to bring the world into chaos and darkness, gaining the ultimate demonic 
power or even resurrecting an Evil King. 

What I'm trying to say is that the antagonists are usually foiled right at the
last minute, just when they're about to accomplish their "overall goal", or
rather straight afterwards, after they've gained "ultimate power". You may 
have guessed that breaking the crystals is only one of the "leading goals".
Will FFV follow or not follow the general RPG rule? Let's wait and find out.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Summoner (Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 26

Lenna - W.Mage (Lvl 5 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 26

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 26

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 4 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 26

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				EXPLORATION ANYONE? (6.3r)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Blitz Whip, Shuriken, Tent
Blue Magic: Dark Spark (Black Flame)
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

We have a ship again! One with one hell-a-lot-of firepower! OWNED!!!

From your current position, sail south-east for a LONG TIME! Check the map to
see where you're going. We're headed for Crescent Island, just look at the
crescent-shaped island at the south-easternmost point of the map. That's it,
Crescent Island. Head inside the village.

Upon arriving, you'll watch a scene which results in the ship being sunk 
beneath the waves into a watery grave. After all the work Cid and Mid put into
it as well...

The Inn is north of the entrance. It's 30 gil a night. Not expensive at all,
(unlike FFI where the first inn cost 50 gil and kept on increasing after more
towns) The items shop is inside the inn, it sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Potion        |  40  | 
|Antidote      |  30  |
|Eye Drop      |  20  |
|Maiden's Kiss |  60  |
|Mallet        |  50  |
|Gold Needle   | 150  |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Tent          | 250  |
=======================

Again, the exactly same stuff.

The weapon's and armor shop is north of the inn. The weapon's shop sells:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Flame Bow     | 2500 |
|Frost Bow     | 2500 |
|Thunder Bow   | 2500 |
|Silver Harp   |  800 |
=======================

Unless you have a freelancer or a geomancer, you won't be able to equip any of
these weapons.

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Plumed Hat    |  350 |
|Sages Surplice| 1000 |
=======================

The magic shop is north-east of the inn. Everything they sell you should 
already have.

Now enter the Minstrel's house east of the entrance. Play the piano (another
Hanon piece) and talk to the person in the house. You'll learn Mighty March! 
Talk to the blue-boy above to hear about a black chocobo. Now leave Crescent
and depart for the chocobo forest.

I made it sound quite far away didn't I? Well, it's just south of your current
position. Enter the forest and catch that Black Chocobo. Watch the scene that
follows, (chocobos eats crystal shards) and you'll be able to fly the Black 
Chocobo and get 2 more job abilities to boot. Watch the hilarous chocobo dance
and you'll take to the skys!

Stop at the island south of Crescent and land on the forest. You can learn the
Blue magic "Dark Spark" from the Black Flame if you wish, and this island is
also good for training <_<.

Before we explore the whole world, make a stop at the Library of the Ancients.
Cid and Mid doen't seem to mind one bit that the boat sank. More importantly,
it seems King Tycoon has been spotted. He was at Karnak, and travelled through
here and into the Desert of Shifting Sands. But it's impossible, how could he
have done it? Hmmm....

Now let's go and get ourselves another summon. You have to fly a LONG way from
the south-eastern part of the map to the north-eastern part. Check the map,
it's the dot right at the north-western corner. Drop at the forest next to it
and enter the town of Istory.

The inn is right above you, so stay there for the night. The items shop is 
right next to the inn, it sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Potion        |  40  | 
|Antidote      |  30  |
|Eye Drop      |  20  |
|Maiden's Kiss |  60  |
|Mallet        |  50  |
|Gold Needle   | 150  |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Tent          | 250  |
=======================

*groan*. There is no weapon's shop, but a nice armor shop. It sells:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Flame Ring    | 50000| 
|Coral Ring    | 50000|
|Angel Ring    | 50000|
=======================

If you have the money, buy them. They will be extremely helpful to you in the
latter stages of the game.

You should have already got everything in the Magic Shop, so ignore it and
head up. Walk to the north-western part of town to place with 8 flowers
surrounding a single tile. Walk around the 8 flowers, stopping at the south-
eastern one, and a wall will appear on the spare tile. A frog will jump out
of it, you'll examine it, and you'll get the spell Toad. Cool. Now head to
the farm north of the magic shop.

Stand behind the sheep at the left corner all by itself, and it'll
kick you to the bard. Talk to the bard to learn Romeo's Ballad. Now follow the
path out of Istory.

Walk around the forest for a bit, and most likely the first encounter will be
that of Ramuh. Prepare for a tough boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Ramuh
\======/

HP - 4000
Strength - 27
Defense - 20
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 5
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion
Treasure - Ramuh
Type - Thunder

Battle Strategy: This guy isn't that hard, he's got very strong attacks and 
                 really annoying moves like Flash, which blinds you. Good 
                 thing is, he's slow. My characters were able to attack a good
                 3-4 times before he attacked. But, he has tons of HP, so this
                 battle will go for some time. He's not weak towards magic,
                 and will absorb thunder (well obviously), but still use it
                 because it will get a good 400+ damage. Also, Coral sword and
                 other fancy equipment will fasten this battle quicker as 
                 well. After the battle, Ifrit will talk to Ramuh and he'll
                 join you.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Coral sword is thunder based so don't physically attack
                       ramuh with it throwing it via ninja's should still 
                       damage him.

Meagan's Strategy: If you use Gravity, the first time it'll do 2700 damage. 
                   The second time will do 200. Then use Ifrit, and then 
                   you've defeated him.

Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

Use Ramuh to be able to use him. Sweet! With one extra summon in our hands,
fly south to the south-western most dot. You'll have to land quite a fair 
distance away from it though, all the way to the east. Follow the path,
ignoring the cave you see on the way, and head to the Town of Jachol. The inn
is directly east of the entrance, so rest there for the night. The items shop
is next to the inn. It sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Potion        |  40  | 
|Antidote      |  30  |
|Eye Drop      |  20  |
|Maiden's Kiss |  60  |
|Mallet        |  50  |
|Gold Needle   | 150  |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Tent          | 250  |
=======================

The pub is upstairs. Who'd have a pub upstairs from an items shop anyway?
Stand beside the dancer and watch them dance the la-la. Play the piano, (lol
what a mistake at the end!)

Now head north of the pub to the weapon's and armor shops. The weapon:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Ogre Killer   | 3200 |
|Coral Sword   | 2800 |
|Mage Masher   |  900 |
|Trident       | 2700 |
|Ashura        | 5800 |
|Silver Bow    | 1500 |
=======================

and the armor:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Green Beret   | 2500 |
|Ninja Suit    | 3000 |
|Sages Surplice| 1000 |
=======================

There's not much else to do in this town, so head to the cave I told you to
ignore before. The Jachol Cave.

NOTE: For a skull-eater here, to kill it, just throw something at it with the
      ninja's ability.

Ignore the skull-switch next to you, and walk south, pressing the switch at
the bottom. Go through the newly-opened passage SOUTH and press the switch
that doesn't disappear. Head back up, past the opened chest. Examine the 
opened chest at the end for the metal door to open. 

Follow the path up, and at the fork, first go LEF to two chests with 
Shuriken and Tent. Now go back to the fork and head RIGHT. At the next fork,
head LEFT first to Blitz Whip inside a chest, before heading up. Climb out...
**** it's a dead end. Now backtrack all the way back to the start, climb on
your chocobo and let's get the hell outta here!

Before we head to the Desert of Shifting Sands, let's make one more stop to
Bartz's home town. That would be the Town of Lix, just north-west of the Wind
Shrine, surrounded by mountains and forests. Man, they're isloated bad.

This is Bartz's home town, and nearly everybody will recognize him. There are
plenty of flashbacks to revisit; we'll get to those later. For now, head
inside the Inn and you'll be allowed to stay the night free! Watch the 
cutscene that follows:

-----------------------------

(In the middle of the night, Bartz's bed is empty, Faris gets up and heads
outside to a tombstone)

Faris: Bartz...You okay?
Bartz: Oh, Faris...

HERE LIES STELLA

Bartz: Meet my mom.
Faris: Eh?
Bartz: You know, I was born here in this village. Mom passed on when I was
       still young...After that, I travelled with Dad for a long time. But
       three years ago, he got real sick...That should do it.

HERE LIES STELLA
AND
DORGANN, DEVOTED HUSBAND

Bartz: He always wanted to be buried here with mom. Dad was so strong...
Faris: A father, eh...wonder what that's like.
Bartz: Faris?
Faris: Let's head back. Lenna'll worry if she wakes up and finds us gone.


-----------------------------

Short but informative cutscene. The magic shop is east, but it only sells 
Esuna which you should already have. The weapons, armor and items shop are all
in the same building. On the first floor is the items shop. Finally something
different!

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Ether         |  750 |
|Potion        |   20 |
|Antidote      |   15 |
|Eye drops     |   10 |
|Mallet        |   25 |
|Maiden's Kiss |   30 |
|Gold Needle   |   75 |
|Tent          |  125 |
=======================

The weapon's and armor shop is upstairs. The weapons on sale are:

========================
| Weapon        | Cost |
========================
|Kunai          |  600 | 
|Shuriken       | 2500 |
|Flame Scroll   |  200 |
|Water Scroll   |  200 |
|Lighting Scroll|  200 |
========================

And the armor:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Green Beret   | 2500 |
|Ninja Suit    | 3000 |
=======================

Now talk to that scholar walking around outside the weapon/armor/items
building for a scene which tells you how Bartz got his fear of heights. Now
let's visit Bartz's old house, which is located on the west side of the town.
Examine the pink thingy on the desk for another scene. Oooooh...that would'nt
be nice. Talk to the person living inside your house after to learn Alluring
Air! That's everything in Lix. Now, head back to the Library of the Ancients,
head west through the passage between the mountains until you reach the
Desert of Shifting Sands!

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Summoner (Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 27

Lenna - W.Mage (Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 27

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 27

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 4 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 27

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				DESERT OF SHIFTING SANDS (6.4s)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: None
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Sandworm
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Walk on one of the shiftings tiles. Don't worry, they'll all bring you to the
same one. Suddenly, Mid and Cid arrive. They have found a way to get you 
through the Desert of the Shifting Sands. By making a bridge, you can get 
across! But, it's just how they make the bridge...using a bell to call the 
sandworm...killing it and using it's body to walk across the desert. Easy huh?
Click yes to begin.

==============================================================================
 Sandworm
\========/

HP - 3000
Strength - 25
Defense - 0
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - None
Type - Sand

Battle Strategy: This brute can get annoying because of his ability "Gravity",
                 which halves your HP. Quicksand will also drain your HP 
                 continuously, so make sure you have at least 1 White Mage in
                 your party ready to heal. Using magic on it causes it to use
                 gravity, which is not something you want to do. The fact that
                 it pops in-and-out of the holes just makes it more annoying.
                 Wait until it has just repopped out of a hole before 
                 attacking it. A quick way to end this with 1 attack is to use
                 the Blue Magic "Aqua Breath" which will do around 4500 - 
                 5000 damage, killing it without any hassle.

deathscythehellx2000 - in addition to casting gravity when magic is used on it
                       it will also cast Gravity whenever one of the 
                       unoccupied holes is attacked.

Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

Okay, now it does'nt matter which way to go. The Desert of Shifting Sands 
isn't that confusing, just make sure you're going south. Keep on going to new
moving tiles, and it'll practically just take you there. If you get stuck
(which you shouldn't, really) email me with a PICTURE of your current location
and I'll try to direct you out.

When you're back in the overworld, follow the path south until you reach a
village. This is Gohn, the Town of Ruin.

MY LEVELS:

Bartz - Summoner (Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 27

Lenna - W.Mage (Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 27

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 27

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 4 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 27


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				THE TOWN OF RUIN (6.5t)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 5000 gil, Ancient Sword, Cottage, Elixir, Ether, Golden Armor,
             Golden Shield, Hi-Potion, Moonring Blade, Phoenix Down, Power 
             Armlet, Shuriken X 3,
Blue Magic: 1000 Needles (Lamia) Aera (Enchanted Fan), Flamethrower (Flame 
            Thrower), Missile (Missile Launcher), Level 4 Graviga (Ghidra) 
            Pond's Chorus (Archeotoad), White Wind (Enchanted Fan),
Bosses: Cray Claw, Adamantoise, Soul Cannon, Archeoaevis
New Jobs: Chemist, Dancer, Dragoon, Samurai
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Head up, and try to walk up the stairs, but suddenly King Tycoon appears, 
sees you and runs off. Lenna's sure that was her father. DON'T head up the
stairs, but rather head LEFT and you'll see King Tycoon again, but this time
he ignores you (god, he's quick). THE CHASE IS ON!

Follow where King Tycoon was up the stairs and keep going around until you see
a flight of stairs. Walk down...oh oh, King Tycoon again, he comes out of 
hiding and heads inside the destroyed structure. PERFECT! No where else to run
is there, King Tycoon?

Head north into the structure, and you'll confront King Tycoon in a cutscene:

***MAJOR SPOILERS***

-----------------------------

Lenna: Father!
Faris: ...P...Papa...

*A hole suddenly appears and everybody except Tycoon falls in*

(In a ruin sort of place: Lenna, Faris and Bartz are in the same area, but 
Galuf is in the same room but is blocked off by walls)

*Lenna and Faris wake up, Bartz and Galuf still unconscious)

Lenna: Faris!
Faris: ...
Lenna: I knew it! You really ARE my sister!
Faris: I'm sorry...I wasn't certain at first, and then I didn't think I should
       tell you...
Lenna: Sister!
Faris: Lenna...

*Galuf wakes up and feebly tries to climb over the wall until he gives up, 
Bartz wakes up*

Bartz: Uhhh...Where are we?
Lenna: This plcae is strange...
Faris: Say...what happened to the old man?
Bartz: Huh? He's not here?
Lenna: We must have gotten separated when we fell...
Bartz: He'll be okay. He's a tough old cuss! I'm sure we'll run into him again
       later. Come on, let's get going!

*Galuf is shocked and starts punching the wall, before pulling out some fancy
arobatics to get out*

Galuf: Now wait one cotton-picking minute! That was an awfully quick decision  
       to ditch me!
Bartz: Yikes! Uh...sorry!

-----------------------------

Proceed left and through the door into a new room. Looks like some Clock 
Tower if you ask me. Stand at the top and you'll be transported to Crescent,
but still in the underground ruins. Watch the scene as the machine breaks, and
you'll automatically be placed into a new room.

Meanwhile, Mid and Cid have been taking a delightful trip on a Black Chocobo,
and they've just reached the Black Chocobo forest on Crescent!

Head up the stairs and up again. Before heading up, go south through the door
and enter the centre room to rest. Check the right-most set of plants for a
note to tell you to check the notepad in the right room. What are you waiting
for? Examine the notepad for another note to check the urn. Go to the left
room now and check the left urn. A toad will appear and knock a book off the
bookcase. The book tells you to go down 6 and right 4. Ignore that, just go
down and pull that white switch. The wall separating you and 3 juicy treasure
chests will disappear. The chests contain 2 shurikens and the Mini.

Head back outside to the room with the white switch on the wall, and this time
push it. Watch as Cid and Mid fall down a hole in the Black Chocobo forest. Go
through the door for a consecrated circle. Go through the door, around and
downstairs. Woah! The fire-powered ship! What's it doing here? Walk across yet
another bridge to a ship with propellers? WTF? Cid and Mid appear, just watch
the scene, head downstairs to Cid and Mid. Talk to Cid, watch the scene that
follows, and you'll take to the air with the airship. Head up and talk to Cid.
It seems something is weighing us down. Check over the edge to start a boss
battle.

==============================================================================
 Cray Claw
\=========/

HP - 2000
Strength - 37
Defense - 25
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 25
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Coral Sword
Treasure - Frost Bow
Type - Water

Battle Strategy: The "brother" of bad ugly Karlabos, it looks exactly the same
                 except for it's grey outing. Use exactly the same strategy to
                 defeat Cray Claw; use Thunder attacks (Spellblade works nice
                 here, even Thunderscrolls and Ramuh), strong attacks,
                 cure when you need to (this thing has some ugly attacks so
                 always be prepared to heal) and it won't take long for him to
                 go down.

Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================


Not hard at all eh? Watch the scene and then be prepared to fly a very fast,
very high airship. It's at your disposal. This thing can fly over anything, 
unlike Hiryu and the Black Chocobo. The airship can land on normal ground and
not on forests and deserts. Before we do anything else, fly to Castle Tycoon
and stay the night. Watch the cutscene that follows:

*SPOILERS*

-----------------------------

(In the bedroom at night)

Faris: Lenna, awake?
Lenna: Yes...Is something wrong?
Faris: Not wrong, just...strange. I was just a wee lass when I fell
       overboard...Between that and the shock, I forgot a lot of my life here.
Lenna: Faris-Sarisa...
Faris: But for some reason, being back here - just being in this room is 
       making those memories return...

(-Flashback-)

(In Jenica's room)

Sarisa: Cure...Cura...Curaga...Cure...Cura...Curaga...
Jenica: All right, that's enough for today.
Sarisa: Phew...I'm pooped!
Jenica: Your mother has asked you to put Princess Lenna to bed. Take care of
        that while I mark your test, please.
Sarisa: Okay! (How can you let an old hag boss you, the princess, around!?)
Jenica: And come straight back here! No dawdling! (**** you, *****)
Sarisa: Okay...Aw, man...

(In the bedroom)

Sarisa: Hi-hi Lenna...Tomorrow, me'n Papa're gonna ride the wind drake.
Lenna: Papa, Papuuu!
Sarisa: Flyin' up high is s'posed t' be the bestest thing ever, Papa says. An'
        when you look down on them, all the people're s'posed to look like 
        they cast Float on themselves! Wait...Um, not Float, but Toad? 
        Teleport? Uhh...Mini? Yeah, that's it, they look like they were 
        Minied!

(In Jenica's room)

Jenica: She's late...(that's right, she is late, we can see that)

(In the bedroom)

*Sarisa and Lenna are sleeping together*

(Back in the castle in the present)

Lenna: Sarisa...
Faris: Yeah?
Lenna: Perhaps we should keep this a secret from the chancellor for now. He
       would only make a big fuss if he knew, and he certainly wouldn't let 
       you leave the palace again...
Faris: Aye...And we have to get out there and find Papa...

-----------------------------

Leave the castle. Board the airship and head back to the Gohn, the Town of
Ruin. As you approach it, a scene occurs where the whole town rises into the
air. Report this to Cid immediately! Go back to where the airship first took
off near Crescent (land on what looks like a runway). Head down and Cid and
Mid will show up. Watch the scene. Oh oh...that's not good. It's time to get
some Adamantite!

Fly the ship north-west to the first meteor, the Tycoon Meteorite. Follow the
the path aorund (god it's great to be back) and into the meteorite. Galuf will
open up the entrance for you. Head inside.

There's a warp in the middle, but it doesn't work so don't bother. Go up and
claim the adamantite as your own. As you leave however, a boss will come out
to play...

==============================================================================
 Adamantoise
\===========/

HP - 2000
Strength - 31
Defense - 25
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 5
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Iron Daft
Treasure - Turtle Shell
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This battle won't take long. He's only got 2000 HP for 
                 starters, but his high defense easily makes up for that. The
                 only option left is magic. He's vulnerable against ice, so 
                 use that to your advantage. Frost rods, Blizzara, Shiva,
                 they're all effective against it. Oh, and I forgot to mention
                 he's Lvl 20, which means Lvl 5 Death will OHKO him.

Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

Hurry back to Cid and Mid afterwards. Watch the scene, before taking off. Good
news is that now, not only is the ship able to move up, but also move down 
into the water! SICK!

The next few battles will be tiring, so I suggest you move to somewhere with
an Inn to heal yourself before rising to the city. Lix will be the best, 
because it's free of charge.

Head up into the sky. That big structure is Gohn. Before we can enter it 
though, we have to disable it's defense system. To do this, simply engage 
each of the cannons into a fight. All are weak against Thundara; use that to
your advantage. For the others, just use thunder magic to bring them down.
Flame rings work well on the Flame  Throwers as well. Use Esuna in-battle if 
any of your characters get confused. Heal in-between battles at the inn.

After the 1st four cannons are destroyed, the main cannon appears. Heal, then
engage it in a fight.

==============================================================================
 Soul Cannon
\============/

HP - ?
Strength - 7
Defense - 5
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir + Ether
Treasure - Dark Matter
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: This battle will take a while. The Soul Cannon itself isn't
                 the problem, but rather the two launchers with it. Focus on
                 destroying them first, with Thundara or Ramuh, before 
                 focusing on the Soul Cannon. It can pack quite a punch this
                 thing; with Wave Cannon, it can bring a lot of damage to 
                 your whole party, plus afterwards! Good news is that it 
                 is REALLY slow, so you'll have plenty of oppurtunities to
                 destroy it before it can seriously harm your team. I actually
                 destroyed it before it landed one attack!

VeghEsther's Strategy: Soul  Cannons LV 5 death the LV 20 side cannons then 
                       once they are gone throw thunder scrolls till the main
                       cannon is dead.

Difficulty: 5.5/10

==============================================================================

Heal before you enter the Gohn Ruins. Afterwards, enter the hole that was 
originally blocked by the Soul Cannon. Exit the airship. Welcome to the Ronka
Ruins!

Head south through the door and follow the path around before going downstairs
onto Level Two. Down here, head east on the invisble pathway across to the
other side of the room. The tile at the very bottom of this area is the start
of another invisble pathway. Follow it down to a chest with Golden Armor. Now
head downstairs to Level Three.

Walk to the left side of the platform and then south to another invisible
pathway. Head to the bottom platform and then proceed left. You'll see a 4-way
fork at the end. Take the 3rd option from the left and walk across the 
invisible tile. You're now standing on a two-tile platform. Head left from the
BOTTOM tile to another two-tile platform. Head north and around to a chest
with Elixir. Now backtrack out and take the 1st option from the left. Go north
to the top platform. Before heading downstairs, grab the Phoenix Down in the
chest east of you, and save and heal upstairs. Head east of the chest, follow
the path downwards to go downstairs.

Follow the path round to go upstairs again. Take the path east, up across the
invisible pathway for a Golden Shield. Now backtrack back to where the chest
with Phoenix Down was. Head west, ignore the flight of stairs up, but rather
head a little bit more west and north to go downstairs.

Go upstairs from the otherside of the room, around and back downstairs, and
downstairs again. Now you should be in Level Five. Walk RIGHT, through the 
door and upstairs. Go up for a Hi-Potion. Now proceed east and, ignore the
door for now and run downstairs. Follow the path around upstairs to a room
with 5 chests! Watch out for the dropping tile located 2 tiles ahead of you
and the one that's right of it. Go around for 5000 gil, Shuriken, Ancient 
Sword, Moonring Blade and Power Armlet. Now go back to the door I told you to
ignore before.

Go through and go downstairs, around and upstairs, through the door (watch out
for that tile, too avoid it, head left and around as soon as possible!). 
Follow the path around and go downstairs. Head upstairs here for another
consecrated circle. Heal and save, before going through the door back 
downstairs and head up the flight of stairs.

Go through the door and around. Ignore the door going south and go downstairs.
Head down for two chests with Cottage and Ether. Next, head back upstairs and
through the door at the bottom. Go down and press the switch. Go downstairs.
Head up and around and talk to King Tycoon. Prepare for a tough boss battle:

==============================================================================
 Archeoaevis
\===========/

HP - ?
Strength - 39
Defense - 30
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 6
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Goliath Tonic
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This thing is one ****ed up dragon/bird. This guy changes its
                 weakness, which gets really annoying. It's defense is high,
                 so I recommend Magic and Summons. Once he's started using
                 elemental attacks, stop with the magic and hit him with all
                 your strength! Have Flame Ring equiped to negate some of its
                 attacks, and cure when needed. After you  kill it once, it'll
                 revive. But this time, a Level 5 Death is all you need to 
                 kill it. This thing is hard and annoying and shouldn't be
                 taken lightly.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Archeoavis: 4x monks pound it till it revives itself 
                       then LV 5 death it.

Honalululand: When it's weak to wind, it drops the tonic.
              When it absorbs ice, it drops a Power Drink.
              If it's absorbing fire, it'll drop a Speed Shake.
              If it decides to absorb lightning, the dropped item will be an 
              Iron Draft.
              When it's immune to the base elements, earth, and wind, it'll 
              drop a Hero Cocktail.

Splitblkribbon: If you use the control skill on the lamia which you encounter 
                in the dungeon, you can learn the 1000 needles blue magic 
                spell, which works wonders against this bird. Use it on the 
                first form and it will die very quickly. Let me know what you
                think

Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

Afterwards, follow King Tycoon into the crystal room. A cutscene occurs:

***MAJOR SPOILERS***

-----------------------------

Lenna: Father!
Faris: Papa!
Galuf: This is bad! Something's gotta be controlling him!

*Faris and Lenna stand in front of Bartz and Galuf with their hands up*

Lenna: Bartz, stop!
Faris: Don't even try it!
Bartz: Step aside!
King Tycoon: Heh...With the four of you gathered like this, it will be easier
             to destroy you all!

*A meteorite suddenly lands and a girl breaks into the ruins and zaps King 
Tycoon*

Girl: Grandpa! Grandpa! I'm so glad you're okay!
Galuf: Krile...You're...Krile...!

Galuf's memory returned

Krile: Grandpa, I missed you so much...

*Faris and Lenna walk to King Tycoon*

Lenna: Father!
Faris: Papa!
Krile: Oh, don't worry. I just hit him with a little strike of Thunder! He 
       should be okay.
King Tycoon: Ughhh...Where...Lenna...Sarisa? Sarisa-is that you!? It really is
             you...Sarisa! I can't believe it! You're alive!
Faris: Papa...Papa!
Bartz: Oh-

*The earth crystal shatters*

*A star appears on the crystal's platform*

Galuf: Exdeath...!

*Exdeath appears*

Exdeath: Galuf. It's good to see you again...for it means I have returned! 
         Mwa-hahahahaha!

*Exdeath uses the power of the crystals*

Exdeath: Crystals! Obey my magic...Give me your power! Smite these vermin!!!
Bartz: You think we're gonna just sit back and let you do whatever you want!?

*The crystals attack Bartz*

Bartz: Nngh...
Lenna: Bartz!

*Exdeath turns back into a star*

Exdeath: Hah! Now the crystals have been destroyed. Next shall be your world,
         Galuf!!!

*Exdeath disappears*

*King Tycoon approaches the platform*

Lenna: Father!
Faris: Papa!
King Tycoon: Sarisa...Lenna...Bartz, and you, warriors from another world. I
             fear your work is still unfinished. You must not allow the world
             to disappear into nothingness...Light of earth! Come forth and
             reclaim your essence from me!

*The crystals attack King Tycoon as he tries to save the crystal*

Lenna: Father! 
Faris: Papa! (can you two please stop saying that and probably help him!?)

King Tycoon: Get back! The crystal...must be saved...

*King Tycoon saves the crystal*

Lenna: Father! Hold on!
Faris: You can't die!
King Tycoon: Sarisa...forgive me...I wasn't...much of a father...Lenna...
             Sarisa...Please, stay together...Become each other's strength...
             Bartz...take care of them...as I cannot...
Lenna: Wait-Father! You can't - 
Faris: Don't-don't leave us!

*King Tycoon dies*

*The crystals lend their power to Lenna*

*The ground starts shaking*

Bartz: What's going on!?
Galuf: It's the ruins - they're falling!
Bartz: We've gotta get out of here! Everybody to the airship!
Faris: Lenna...Come on!

(At the airship)

Faris: Hold fast, this'll be a bumpy ride!

(In the air)

Faris: Lenna...
Lenna: Father...He's gone, isn't he...
Bartz: Galuf...Something wrong?
Galuf: Yeah...We've got to get moving, and now!
Bartz: Huh? What's going on?
Galuf: It's all come back to me - I remember everything. Exdeath is an evil 
       warlock from my world...Thirty years ago, he came here to destroy this
       world's crystals. I and three others - the Dawn Warriors - sealed him
       with the power of the crystals. Everything was fine for thirty years...
       we thought it was all over. But something bad was happening to the
       crystals. Once we figured out, we took the meteors and came back 
       here...But I was too late...Exdeath's not only been freed, but has
       returned to our world...
Bartz: That's because we used too much of the crystals' power, right?
Galuf: No...We were the ones who left Exdeath on this world in the first 
       place. Back then, we should have dragged	him back to our world, like he
       said...

(At the new meteorite)

Bartz: So you guys are really going back?
Galuf: Yup. We've got to seal Exdeath again. Krile's meteorite should still 
       have some juice left...Probably only enough for one more trip, though.
       Bartz, Lenna, Faris...Thank you so much for everything. I'll miss you
       guys. 
Bartz: What kinda nonsense is that? We're going with you!
Galuf: No, you're not. This is the last meteorite. That means that if you
       went to my world, you'd never be able to come back here. Farewell!
Krile: Goodbye!
Bartz: Galuf! Krile!

*Land again on the airship*

Lenna: Bartz...
Bartz: Yeah?
Faris: So, we've been talking...
Lenna: They're still fighting Exdeath in that other world, and...
Faris: We've got to avenge Papa!
Lenna: Yes! What's more...
Faris: Galuf...He's...
Bartz: He's one of us.
Lenna: Bartz!
Faris: We knew you'd get it!
Bartz: Let's go then - to the other world!
Lenna: ...But how do we do that?
Faris: The meteorites don't have enough power to warp anywhere...
Bartz: Well, when I think meteorites, I think Cid! He'll probably know 
       something.

-----------------------------

Long cutscene eh? Head over to the airship base near Crescent, and go to Cid
and Mid's room. Check the note. You know what that means don't you!? Head over
to Tycoon Meteorite right now! 

There's a Black Chocobo here. That just makes it evident that Cid and Mid is
also here. Enter the meteorite, watch the scene, and you'll be given the
responsibilty of recovering all the adamantite from all the meteors to muster
enough power to be able to transport you to Galuf's world.

Before that though, head to Castle Tycoon just north and stay the night. A
cutscene occurs:

-----------------------------

(In the bedroom)

Lenna: Father...He's gone, isn't he...Faris...Sarisa. Do you remember father?
Faris: ...It must've been fifteen years...

(-Flashback-)

(On a balcony)

Sarisa: No! No no no no no!!! It's scary, I don't wanna!

(On the top balcony)

Sarisa: No! No no no no no!!! It's scary, I don't wanna!
King Tycoon: Sarisa! After all that talk about flying on Hiryu...Now you don't
             want to?

*King Tycoon gets on Hiryu*

King Tycoon: All right. This time, Papa is going to find the best medicine in
             the world to help Mama. I'll be back as soon as I can. Be good
             while I'm gone.
Sarisa: Wait! I wanna go, too!

-----------------------------

lol. Now leave the castle. With new jobs, (and good ones at that) we can now
train again! Yay! 

Oh, and check how Bartz would look if he was to be a dragoon. He looks EXACTLY
like Kain from FFIV, it's unnerving.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Samurai (Lvl 3 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 
                 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 30

Lenna - Dancer (Lvl 2 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, 
                Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 30

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 30

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				METEORS (6.6u)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: None
Blue Magic: Aqua Breath (Manticore)
Bosses: Manticore, Purobolos X 6, Titan
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Head over to the Gohn Meteorite. Cid, Mid and the black chocobo will be there.
Talk to them, and they'll go inside. Since this is an RPG, we can't just wait
for them to come back, so follow them. Head downstairs and you'll see them
wrapped around a purply thing...watch the scene and you'll be thrown into a
boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Manticore
\==========/

HP - 3300
Strength - 40
Defense - 10
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Wind Spear, Dragon Fang
Treasure - Phoenix Down
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This thing is resistant against magic, so don't bother with
                 black. Summons do the same, if not less, than physical 
                 attacks, so I recommend for this boss that you turn everbody
                 into fighters, one which can use White Magic, and just keep
                 on attacking and healing when it uses Aqua Breath. It won't
                 take very long if you're a high enough level. 

VeghEsther's Strategy: Manticore 3x shurikan buy them in Lix Village.

Kazuma's Strategy: i was reading your ffv guide and i just battled tje 
                   Manticore and i found that using zeninage 1 time will 
                   kill it instantly (considering you trained and have money) 

Difficulty: 4.5/10

==============================================================================

Next stop, Karnak meteorite. You know how it works. Watch the scene, head 
inside the meteorite, examine the orb thingy and you'll face another boss 
battle.

==============================================================================
 Titan
\======/

HP - 2500
Strength - 45
Defense - 10
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gaia Hammer + Potion
Treasure - Hi-Potion
Type - Humanoid
Battle Strategy: God, he looks like some Sumo Wrestler. Sumo Wrestlers, 
                 however are really strong and can pack quite a punch. He will
                 do a lot of damage to your party when he attacks, so make 
                 sure to have a white mage in your party. Ground Shaker will
                 do around 400-500 damage to all party members, so cast Cura
                 ASAP afterwards. He's slow though, so take the oppurtunity
                 to pummel him with physical attacks. My Lenna's a dancer with
                 the ability "Eqp Swords" attached. She had an Ancient Sword
                 equiped, and she OHKO'd Titan when she used Sword Dance. That
                 just shows how weak Titan is. He'll use Ground Shaker once he
                 gets defeated so make sure to have enough HP to survive.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Titan Gilcats North Mt control then to force them to 
                       cast float on everybody. That way earth shaker titan 
                       uses will alway miss.

Dilon's Strategy: For titan in the Karnak Meteor have someone (I used Faris)
                  to have throw. Throw a Shuriken with the character. Then 
                  with Bartz use the Samurai technique Zeninage and Titan will
                  die that simple. 2 move kill

Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

w00t! Another summon. Sweeeet.

Last stop, Walse Meteorite! You know the drill now. Be prepared for the final
boss battle of World 1!

==============================================================================
 Purobolos X 6
\==============/

HP - 1500
Strength - 45
Defense - 0
Magic - 10
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Eye Drops
Treasure - Potion
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Magic, enuf said. With 6 of them with a lot of HP for each,
                 magic is your bestest fwend. Summoning Titan is a great idea,
                 as well as Blue Magic. If you don't kill all 6 at once, they
                 can revive their fallen friends, so watch out. With magic, 
                 this battle won't take very long.

LinkofHyrule991: If you cast silence on them they can't heal themselves, or 
                 self-destruct. When they try to revive others while silence 
                 they end up dying. This makes them very very easy to beat. 

Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

After the battle, the warp to Galuf's world will be opened. Once you're ready,
(after getting the Blue Magic you want, items, magic etc) step on the warp.
Destination: World 2.

-------------------------------------------------
ALL THE MAGIC YOU CAN HAVE AT THIS POINT
=========================================

White Magic
------------
Cure, Libra, Poisona, Silence, Protect, Mini, Cura, Raise, Confuse, Esuna 

Black Magic
------------
Fire, Blizzard, Thunder, Poison, Sleep, Toad, Fira, Blizzara, Thundara

Time Magic
----------
Speed, Slow, Regen, Mute, Haste, Float, Gravity, Stop

Summons
---------
Chocobo, Sylph, Remora, Shiva (you can NEVER get her again if you miss her), 
Ramuh, Ifrit, Titan

Songs
-----
Alluring Air, Mighty March, Romeo's Ballad

Blue Magic
-----------
Aqua Breath, Level 5 Death, Level 4 Graviga, Pond's Chorus, Flash, Moon 
Flute, Death Claw, Aero, Aera, Flame Thrower, Goblin-Punch, Dark Spark,
Off-Guard, Transfusion, Vampire, Magic Hammer, Self-Destruct, ???, 1000 
Needles, White Wind, Missile

-------------------------------------------------

Bartz - Samurai (Lvl 3 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 
                 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 30

Lenna - Dancer (Lvl 2 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, 
                Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 30

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 30

==============================================================================
				World 2 (7.0v)
==============================================================================

Yeah! Give yourself a pat on the back. You've conquered the first world! But,
there are still 2 worlds remaining, and this one is considerably harder than
the first...

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				A WARM WELCOME (7.1w)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 100 gil, 4400 gil, Phoenix Down
Blue Magic: Dark Spark (Strapparer), Death Claw (Strapparer and Treant),
            Transfusion (Devilfish and Birostris), Vampire (Blood Slime)
Bosses: Abductor, Gilgamesh (first and second encounters), Tyrannosaur
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

A nice welcome huh? I'll let you decide on what to do. You're on a stranded
island, in the middle of nowhere, with no access to the mainland, and all the
monsters you encounter drop tents. Not very hard to guess what to do. Set up
a tent, watch the scene, and a boss battle occurs.

==============================================================================
 Abductor
\=========/

HP - 1500
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 10
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gaia Gear
Treasure - Ether
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This battle isn't important. Sure, you can steal Gaia Gear
                 from it, and sure, it drops Ether if you win (who bloody 
                 cares) but aside from that, there's no real importance in 
                 battle. With only Bartz in your party, if you're not at a 
                 high level, then your chances of winning are like 0, since he
                 knocks you to single digits of health with Maelstrom, and 
                 then hits you to win. A ninja or samurai would be useful,
                 but win or lose, the result is the same.

Difficulty: NA/10

==============================================================================

If you won, open the chest it drops. You'll be gassed, and before you know it,
you're in ExDeath's castle. Watch the cutscnene that occurs:

-----------------------------

Bartz: Ugh...Where are we?
Exdeath: Mwa-ha-ha...Welcome to my castle!
Bartz: Exdeath!
Monster: Lord Exdeath! Galuf and the others have made it to Big Bridge.
Exdeath: Fortuitious timing...Prepare the Giant Mirror!
Monster: Yes, my lord!
Exdeath: Perhaps I should thank you...You are about to become quite useful to
         me!

*The monster brings the Giant Mirror*

Lenna: Bartz! Look, up in the sky!
Bartz: A bird...? No, wait-it's our reflections!

(On the Big Bridge, Krile, Galuf and two soldiers)

Krile: Grandpa, look!
Galuf: Bartz! Lenna! Faris! What in blazes is going on?

(On top of the sky, a mirror reflection is held which shows Bartz, Lenna, 
Faris and Exdeath)

Exdeath: That's far enough, Galuf! One more step and they die!
Galuf: Hell's bells! Everybody, fall back!

(Back in the castle)

Exdeath: Gilgamesh.
Gilgamesh: Sir!
Exdeath: Watch them. See that they don't try anything.
Bartz: Exdeath! You...

*Exdeath shoots a beam at Bartz*

Bartz: Argh!

(On the Big Bridge)

Galuf: Krile, I'm borrowing your wind drake. Bartz and the others need my
       help! Release the wind drake!
Soldiers: Yes sir!

(Galuf rides on it and enters the castle)

Galuf: Thanks, boy. Now go back to Krile, okay?

*Galuf jumps inside*

Galuf: So...this is the place?

*Galuf opens a chest with Bartz's items and the crystal shards*

Galuf: Bartz, Lenna, Faris...hold on! I'm coming!

-----------------------------

Now you regain control of Galuf, and him only. The north door contains a 
consecrated circle, while the bottom is locked. Head west and down the stairs.
Go down the stairs again in this area on the other side of the room. Head to
the north-west corner of the room and downstairs again. Follow the path and
you'll engage in a fight with Gilgamesh.

==============================================================================
 Gilgamesh (first encounter)
\===========================/

HP - ?
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Elixir
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: With only Galuf available, you know they can't make him 
                 overly hard. This battle is a cinch, to tell ya the truth.
                 Don't worry about magic, just pummel him to death with either
                 samurai, monk or ninja techniques. If you're at a high enough
                 level, he'll be so easy that he'll die before he lands a 
                 single hit on you.

Difficulty: 2/10

==============================================================================

Yay! We have all 4 characters again! Backtrack all the way to B1, where you'll
have to crawl to avoid the monsters. Head back up to the first floor. Save at
the consecrated circle, before exiting at the south.

Welcome to Galuf's world's overworld. With nowhere else to go for now, head
west across the bridge to the Big Bridge. Head up across it, facing monster
encounters 3 times before you reach the end. Oh, what a surprise. Gilgamesh!

==============================================================================
 Gilgamesh (second encounter)
\============================/

HP - ?
Strength - 49
Defense - 14
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Trident + Hero Cocktail
Treasure - Wizard's Hat
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: This time, he's a lot harder than the first time you met. 
                 His attacks do a lot of damage, so make sure to have at least
                 1 White Mage in your party. Other than that, physical and
                 magical attacks will do well on him. Titan is especially 
                 handy, so rip him out with your magic and physical attacks.
                 Near the end of the battle, he'll start jumping around with
                 Shell and Protect casted on himself. Make sure to heal so
                 you don't die, and he'll go down pretty quick.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Giglamesh bridge battle silence should effect him cast
                       it ASAP and he won't protect/shell himself .

Difficulty: 6/10

==============================================================================

This ain't over yet! Heal with the good'ol White Magic, before departing 
through the door. Back on the bridge, you'll have to face two more monster
encounters, before you meet back with Krile. But a happy ending never happens,
with the barrier going off and shooting Bartz and the gang to god-knows-where.
What a lovely and warm welcome, eh?

Back on the overworld, I see. Follow the path east to a village. If you're low
on MP, then flee on the monster encounters, for they sometimes are hard to 
beat. Enter the town. Welcome to Regole!

There are many things to do in Regole, but first, heal at the inn located
north-west of the entrance. It's free, and you'll watch a cutscene to boot.

-----------------------------

*In the bedroom at night, Galuf gets up and leaves, Bartz follows him to the 
pub*

Galuf: Ahh...now that's the stuff! Finally, a chance to try the famed Regole
       brew! Kinda burns a path down your throat! 

*Bartz enters*

Galuf: Oh, Bartz! What's up?
Bartz: Couldn't sleep...
Galuf: Mmm. Come on, pull up a chair.
Bartz: Galuf...I'm sorry. If we hadn't butted in, you'd have been able to get
       into Exdeath's castle.
Galuf: Nah, even if we had gotten in, the barrier would've destroyed us...I
       hadn't the slightest inkling it'd been finished. In fact, it's only  
       thanks to you that we weren't all crushed!
Bartz: Galuf...	
Galuf: Bartz...You knew that once you came here, you could never return. So 
       why'd you do it?
Bartz: ...No particular reason.
Galuf: Bartz...
Bartz: Hey, don't worry about it.

-----------------------------

Slept well? There are things to do at practically very town. At the
pub south-east of the inn, go through the hidden passage at the left side of 
the room, up to a piano. Play it. He's actually getting pretty good. No 
mistakes either. Go back through the hidden passage. You can dance on stage,
and the bartender will give you 100 gil afterwards (thanks to those who
confirmed this!)

Two clerks? Sweet. Here's what they sell:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Hi-Potion     |  360 |
|Potion        |   40 |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Gold Needle   |  150 |
|Maiden's Kiss |   60 |
|Mallet        |   50 |
|Eye Drops     |   20 |
|Antidote      |   30 |
=======================

And the other:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Ether         | 1500 |
|Holy Water    |  150 |
|Cottage       |  600 |
|Goliath Tonic |  110 |
|Power Drink   |  110 |
|Speed Shake   |  110 |
|Iron Draft    |  110 |
|Hero Cocktail |  110 |
=======================

I would buy a few cottages, because they can become extremely useful in World
2 and 3. 

The weapons and armor shop is south of the item's, the weapon's shop sells:

========================
| Weapon        | Cost |
========================
|Orichalcum Dirk| 3400 |
|War Hammer     | 6400 |
|Ashura         | 5800 |
|Sleep blade    | 5600 |
|Wind Spear     | 5400 |
|Dark Bow       | 3800 |
|Dream Harp     | 1600 |
|Chain Whip     | 3300 |
========================

and the armor:

========================
| Armor         | Cost |
========================
|Golden Shield  | 3000 |
|Golden Helm    | 3500 |
|Green Beret    | 2500 |
|Wizard's hat   | 1500 |
|Golden Armor   | 4000 |
|Ninja Suit     | 3000 |
|Gaia Gear      | 2000 |
========================

Pretty powerful and useful things, but very expensive. If you're rich, go 
ahead and buy some of the stuff. But don't waste too much money, because we're
going to the magic shop next, and buy EVERYTHING in the magic shop. It's 
located just west of the entrance, and again, it's 3 people. Buy EVERYTHING.
That's all.

With everything to do in Regole done, it's time to venture back outside to the
overworld. Yes, it would be nice to stay a bit longer, but heroes don't have
all the time in the world do they? Head south along the path, and DO NOT enter
the castle you see along the way unless you have a death wish. Follow the path
around and back up, and enter the forest that looks like a square with the 
corners chopped off. 

In the Second world when your leaving Regole and headin south, you say to 
aviod the Sealed Castle. If you have the ability to control with 2-4 of your
chars and if your are able to control the dragon before he kills your 
characters, you can control him and him kill himself with his own blaze. Its 
1000 gil, 2500 exp, and 5abp per dragon. Also on a side note haste the 
controller to make the battle faster.

(thanks to bane_goblin for this info!)

Go up and approach the moogle. It'll run off, but falls down a hole. KUPO! Oh,
I love that. Enter the hole after it. Step into the water and let the water 
flow you to another landing. Step on the water again and you'll eventually 
land on another platform. Head east through the narrow gap to a chest with
4400 gil. Now let the waterfall and current take you to another section of 
this cave.

Step into the water again to appear at another section. Head west a little bit
to a chest with Phoenix Down. Now head east and up the stairs and you'll find
the moogle and a skeleton? Engage the skeleton to a fight.

==============================================================================
 Tyrannosaur
\===========/

HP - 5000
Strength - 45
Defense - 20
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Golden Shield
Treasure - Potion
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: One quick way to end this fight without even having to 
                 attack: Use a Phoenix Down on the Tryannosaur. All over.
                 Use the one you just obtained. If, on the very, very,
                 very off-chance that you don't have a Phoenix Down, then use
                 fire-magic on it. Either way, it'll be the easiest battle
                 you've faced up until now.

Difficulty: 1/10

==============================================================================

Watch the scene that follows, and memorize the moogle's path. It's a path 
where you won't be able to encounter any monsters. Follow it to the moogle
village.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Samurai (Lvl 3 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage, Lvl 
                 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 31

Lenna - Dancer (Lvl 2 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 Knight, 
                Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 31

Faris - Ninja (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 6 B.Mage)
Lvl 31

Galuf - Red Mage (Lvl 3 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 3 Blue Mage)
Lvl 29

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				MOOGLE VILLAGE AND BEYOND (7.2x)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 1 gil, 10000 gil, Angel Robe, Cottage, Dancing Dagger, Elven 
             Mantle, Ether, Great Sword, Hero Cocktail, Kornago Gourd,
             Lamia's Harp, Phoenix Down, Potion X 24, 
Blue Magic: Pond's Chorus (Kornago)
Bosses: Abductor
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Walk up to the moogles in front of you and they'll all run off. Head to the
north-eastern part of the Moogle Village and you'll find a Moogle. It's the
one you saved! It'll open up the door and you'll be allowed to go inside. 
There're six chests inside, and they contain Cottage, Dancing Dagger, 1 gil,
10000 gil, Phoenix Down and Ether. Not bad. Thank the moogle and exit.

There's one more thing we can do here. Head back west and you'll notice that
the moogles have come out of hiding. Enter the RIGHT tree and put on the 
moogle costume. Now head inside the LEFT house and talk to the moogle there.
After some funny scenes, you can get the Elven Mantle from within the chest.

Now go back to the treasure-stashed tree, and you'll find the moogle you 
helped earlier outside. Watch the scene that follows and you'll be transported
to Castle Bal. Watch the cutscene:

*MAJOR SPOILERS*

-----------------------------

Krile: I'll take the wind drake back to his roost so he can rest, okay?
Soldier: King Galuf!
Galuf: Thanks for holding down the fort while I was gone.
Soldier: King Galuf!

(In the throne room)

Galuf: What's the situation with Exdeath?
Soldier: There's been no activity since the barrier went up.
Galuf: I see...And our troops?
Soldier: They've been almost entirely wiped out by Exdeath's monster hordes...
Galuf: ...
Soldier: I'm sorry, sire.
Bartz: Eh? I thought you were just some crazy old man-you never said anything
       about being a king!
Galuf: ...Well, you know!
Bartz: This sure is a surprise and a half!
Galuf: Good job, men. Go get some rest.
Soldier: Yes, sire!
Galuf: Bartz, what is it? You've still got that funny look on your face.
Bartz: It's you-a king! I still can't get over it, that's all!
Galuf: What, you saying I'm not the epitome of kingliness?

*Bartz nods*

Galuf: What!?

*Galuf chases Bartz around*

Bartz: Just kidding! I'd just better mind my P's and Q's around you...King
       Galuf.
Galuf: ...Listen up-before you knew me as a king, you knew me as a friend.
       Just "Galuf" is fine.
Bartz: Understood. Just Galuf!
Galuf: ...Don't push it, kid. Here in Bal, bad jokes like that will get you
       PUNished...
Bartz: *groan*
Galuf: Haw haw haw!

-----------------------------

You can now explore Castle Bal, and there is quite a bit to explore. First 
head west to an unopened chest with Hero Cocktail, and then head south to 
learn the spell Teleport! Now exit the castle.

Out here, proceed west and enter the first building you see. It's an inn with
an items shop. Rest, and then stock up on items:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Hi-Potion     |  360 |
|Potion        |   40 |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Gold Needle   |  150 |
|Maiden's Kiss |   60 |
|Mallet        |   50 |
|Eye Drops     |   20 |
|Antidote      |   30 |
=======================

And:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Ether         | 1500 |
|Holy Water    |  150 |
|Cottage       |  600 |
|Goliath Tonic |  110 |
|Power Drink   |  110 |
|Speed Shake   |  110 |
|Iron Draft    |  110 |
|Hero Cocktail |  110 |
=======================

Head back outside and head left to another building. This is the Weapon/Armor
and Magic shop. The Magic contains the spells from Regole, so just look at the
Weapon/Armor:

========================
| Weapon        | Cost |
========================
|Orichalcum Dirk| 3400 |
|War Hammer     | 6400 |
|Ashura         | 5800 |
|Sleep blade    | 5600 |
|Wind Spear     | 5400 |
|Dark Bow       | 3800 |
|Dream Harp     | 1600 |
|Chain Whip     | 3300 |
========================

and the armor:

========================
| Armor         | Cost |
========================
|Golden Shield  | 3000 |
|Golden Helm    | 3500 |
|Green Beret    | 2500 |
|Wizard's hat   | 1500 |
|Golden Armor   | 4000 |
|Ninja Suit     | 3000 |
|Gaia Gear      | 2000 |
|Guantlets      | 3000 |
========================

Now head upstairs, to the top of the building, and head downstairs from the 
bit where you can't see because the tower's in the way. Head all the way
downstairs to a chest with Angel Robe. Don't leave this room just yet. Press
the switch on the other side of the wall to open up a passage. Head down, and
you'll be handed a Lamia's Harp <_<. 

Now head back outside to the courtyard, and step into the water at the south-
west side. Step on the south-west tile here and you'll be pulled out. Walk 
all the way around to the other side. Where the castle's tower is blocking off
a section of the water, is where the Great Sword can be found. Stick right
up against the western wall on the south-west side of the area and Press A to
obtain it. Go back all the way around, hit the switch and you'll be pulled 
right back to where you started. 

Here's a GREAT training strategy. Head inside the castle again and head 
downstairs to a consecrated circle. Save, then head downstairs again. In here,
you'll find Objet d'Art. Use Level 5 Death on them, and they'll all die. 
You'll obtain massive EXP, Gil and ABP. Once you run out of MP, just heal at
the inn. You can get to a great level without having to use up a lot of time!

in Castle Bal, in the room where you can train on Objet d'art's using lv 5 
death, there is a spot which always spawns 5 objet d'art's, namely the 2nd 
tile below the left pillar. you'll train a bit more efficiently if you keep
walking over that one, I think 

(thanks to Casper for this info...can anyone confirm this please?)

(this has turned to be a bit of a predicament...Karnage66 and a few others
confirmed this, but some others said it didn't...I'm going to reserve the
final judgement, and until I do, nobody else email me about it)

Once you're ready, heal and head back upstairs to the castle. Head to the
throne room and head up the RIGHT stairs. This is King's (Galuf's) and Krile's
quaters. Head upstairs to the 4th floor and exit through the south door. Talk
to Krile to initiate a scene, and you'll be given the task to find Dragon
Grass to cure the wind drake. When you're ready, tell the men at the gate to 
let you out, and you'll appear outside. The gate will close, and Exdeath's 
minions (a.k.a Abductor) will come and attack you.

==============================================================================
 Abductor
\=========/

HP - 2500
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Power Armlet + Hi-Potion
Treasure - Potion
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Look at his stats, look at his health. Enough said. Forget
                 about magic, keep Pressing A to keep attacking and you'll 
                 most likely be finished in the next half minute, without any
                 damage as well!

Difficulty: 2/10

==============================================================================

In the overworld, head north along the path until you reach a village within
a narrow passage. Enter the town. You are now in Quelb.

At first, everything is locked (figures, it's a WEREWOLF town), and at the
northern gate at the top, Galuf will suggest to look for Kelger. It's the only
building that isn't one of the common ones, and it's also unlocked. Once 
inside, you'll notice that it's empty and that the door above you is locked.
Try to exit to initiate a cutscene.

***MAJOR SPOILERS***

-----------------------------

???: Halt! You have encroached far enough!

*Two werewolves drop into the building, and a third one comes from the
entrance*

Bartz: Hrn...Well, if it's a fight you want, then - 
Galuf: Bartz, calm down! They're our allies!
Faris: If our allies are pointing blades at us, I certainly don't want to meet
       our enemies! (lol)

*The northern door opens and a noble-looking werewolf comes*

Kelger: Oh, Galuf!
Galuf: Kelger!
Kelger: It's been quite a while, has it not?
Galuf: Sure has! Ah, Kelger here's one of the four Dawn Warriors.
Bartz: He fought Exdeath with you, thirty years ago?
Kelger: Who are the younglings?
Galuf: Folks from the world where we sealed Exdeath.
Kelger: Friends of Exdeath!? (Do you have ears...?)
Bartz: Huh!? Wait-
Kelger: These cads are the ones who destroyed the crystals and brought Exdeath
        back...and you've led them here!?
Galuf: You've got it all wrong, listen-
Kelger: Stand down, Galuf!

*Kelger knocks Galuf into the wall*

Kelger: Bartz, or whoever you are-prepare yourself! I would test your blade!
Bartz: !?
Galuf: Kelger...
Kelger: Crony of Exdeath or no-show me what kind of man you really are!

*Faris and Lenna step forward*

Bartz: No...stay back. I've gotta settle this man-to-man.
Kelger: Hah! Let's see how you handle my luping attack!!!

*Kelger uses flash-steps or something*

Bartz: There you are!

*Bartz knocks Kelger into his room*

Galuf: Bartz! I told you not to hurt him!

*In Kelger's room, Kelger's in bed and everybody's standing next to him*

Bartz: Sorry about that, Kelger.
Galuf: Hell's bells, Kelger, always overdoing it! Why don't you act your age,
       for once!
Kelger: Still...to foil my lupine attack so easily...You're more skilled than
        you seem.
Bartz: Nah. It's just a trick I learned from my dad.
Kelger: From your father? What was his name?
Bartz: Dorgann.

*Kelger and Galuf both leap up in shock*

Bartz: What? What're you making those faces for?
Galuf: No way...you can't be...
Kelger: Dorgann's son...
Bartz: Um, Dad's name was Dorgann, and I'm his son, so...What's going on?
Galuf: Well! Small worlds we live in, huh? Bartz, your father, along with me,
       Kelger, and Xezat Surgate-we fought together against Exdeath.
Kelger: Dorgann was one of the four Dawn Warriors.
Bartz: Wait...Dad's from this world!?
Kelger: Correct!
Bartz: ...
Galuf: We followed Exdeath to your world, and then...

(-Flashback-)

(In a cave somewhere, Exdeath's lying on the ground, and four people are above
him)

Galuf: Is this guy immortal!?
Dorgann: How much punishment can he take? Even when we knock him down, he 
         won't STAY down...
Kelger: We'll have to seal him here.
Xezat: Yeah...that's our only out.
Dorgann: What-seal him here!? We can't just leave a demon from our world in
         another!
Xezat: What other choice do we have?
Kelger: Look sharp, lads, he's recovering!
Galuf: Damnation!
Kelger: Now there really is no choice. He must be sealed, and we may not get
        this chance again!

*All except Dorgann use the crystals, Dorgann starts leaving*

Galuf: Dorgann, we can't seal him with the crystals unless all our hearts are
       united. Are you with us?
Kelger: Dorgann!

*Dorgann uses the crystal*

(Later, in the meteorite)

Galuf: You're certain you want to stay?
Dorgann: My mind's made up.
Kelger: But why?
Dorgann: Safe journey!

*Dorgann leaves*

Galuf: Dorgann...

(Back in Kelger's room)

Galuf: Dorgann stayed in your world to watch over Exdeath's seal...
Bartz: ...Wow. That's...huh.
Kelger: How fares old Dorgann, anyway?
Bartz: Three years ago, he got real sick, and...well.
Kelger: I see...My sympathies. Son of Dorgann, anything you ask of me shall be
        done! You need only name your request.
Bartz: Actually...If we could get into Drakenvale...
Kelger: I will have one of the villages unlock the gate.

-----------------------------

Stay at the inn located just north of the entrance. The items shop is located
there as well. It sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Hi-Potion     |  360 |
|Potion        |   40 |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Gold Needle   |  150 |
|Maiden's Kiss |   60 |
|Mallet        |   50 |
|Eye Drops     |   20 |
|Antidote      |   30 |
=======================

And:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Ether         | 1500 |
|Holy Water    |  150 |
|Cottage       |  600 |
|Goliath Tonic |  110 |
|Power Drink   |  110 |
|Speed Shake   |  110 |
|Iron Draft    |  110 |
|Hero Cocktail |  110 |
=======================

Sit down with the guy at the back to be healed completely and recieve 8
potions to boot. This can be done 3 times, for a total of 24 potions! Now,
leave the inn.

The Weapon/Armor shops is located west of the inn. They sell quite a lot. The
weapons:

=========================
| Weapon         | Cost |
=========================
|Kodachi         | 5100 |
|Killer Bow      | 5000 |
|Poison Rod      | 1500 |
|Shuriken        | 2500 |
|Flame Scroll    |  200 |
|Water Scroll    |  200 |
|Lightning Scroll|  200 |
|Orichalcum Dirk | 3400 |
|War Hammer      | 6400 |
|Ashura          | 5800 |
|Sleep blade     | 5600 |
|Wind Spear      | 5400 |
|Dark Bow        | 3800 |
|Dream Harp      | 1600 |
|Chain Whip      | 3300 |
========================

and the armor:

========================
| Armor         | Cost |
========================
|Twist Headband | 3500 |
|Power Sash     | 4500 |
|Power Armlet   | 2500 |
|Golden Shield  | 3000 |
|Golden Helm    | 3500 |
|Green Beret    | 2500 |
|Wizard's hat   | 1500 |
|Golden Armor   | 4000 |
|Ninja Suit     | 3000 |
|Gaia Gear      | 2000 |
|Guantlets      | 3000 |
========================

You should already have everything in the magic shop (do they have to keep 
selling the same stuff?). Underneath the magic shop is the well. Examine it 
for a wizard to pop up. He says he wants a frog. Go back to the overworld 
and walk around until you get a Karnago. Use the Beastmaster Ability Level 4
to catch it. Bring it to the wizard who, with 10,000 gil, will give you a 
Karnago Gourd!

Head to to the north-east corner of Quelb to see a pack of wolves chasing
each other in a circle. Talk to one of them (I can't differentiate between 
them!) and it'll give you the song Requiem! w00t!

Well, that's everything in Quelb. Make sure you're at a high enough level, and
then examine the gate. The gate will open, and you'll step outside back into 
the overworld! Drakenvale is just north, the big mountain thingy.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 35
Abilities: !Iainuki
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 35
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 35
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Galuf - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 34
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				DRAKENVALE (7.3y)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 5000 gil, 7000 gil, Bone Mail, Hypno Crown, Phoenix Down, Wind
             Slash
Blue Magic: Magic Hammer (Drippy)
Bosses: Dragon Pod
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Follow the path up into the first cave for 5000 gil. Now proceed north into
another cave, walk up the two flight of stairs and exit at the north-west 
side. Walk a bit right and up into another cave. Head down and then down the
right stairs to a chest with Cottage. Afterwards, proceed down the left stairs
and across the wooden-rope bridge. Follow the pathway south to yet another 
cave. Follow the path down and out.

In this area, you'll encounter Golem and two dragons with him. Kill the 
dragons before they kill Golem, and you'll be able to summon it. Sweet!

Head down to the cave, but don't enter it yet. You see that bone underneath
that skull? Press A on it to obtain Bone Mail. Unless you want to be zombified
to use it's awesome stats, I would sell it, as to not accidentally equip it
when you optimize.

Enter the cave and you'll hit a dead end. Walk around for a bit until you fall
down a hole. Get the 7000 gil in the chest, before going through the metal
door. Press the skull-like switch here. Now head back upstairs to where we
first fell down that hole. Head outside and go through the newly-opened
passage. Go through the cave.

In here, first walk down the LEFT flight of stairs, and follow the path to a
Hypno Crown and Wind Slash! Then head back up and go down the RIGHT flight of
stairs. Follow the path down to a chest with Phoenix Down. Continue downstairs
and through a door to a consecrated circle! SAVE! Now back to the other room
and head west and back outside.

Continue east and follow the path. Before long, you'll find the Dragon Grass.
Oh wait...that ain't the dragon grass...that's...

==============================================================================
 Dragon Pod
\===========/

HP - 12000
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 40
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Elixir
Type - None

Battle Strategy: As soon as the battle begins, summon Golem to decrease the
                 amount of damage this thing does. Afterwards, either use
                 physical attacks with powerful weapons, the Black Magic Bio
                 or the summon Titan. With these 3, this boss won't be that
                 hard. Titan will kill all the annoying plants that protect
                 the Dragon Pod. Golem will stop all the status ailment 
                 changes the Dragon Pod can bring. All in all, this isn't a
                 very difficult, one which you shouldn't find a problem.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Dragon Pod boss Death Claw it.

Difficulty: 4.5/10

==============================================================================

After the battle, you'll recieve the Dragon Grass. Now, you can either 
teleport out, or you can walk all the way back to the overworld. Head south
all the way down past Quelb back to Castle Bal. Unfortunately, you won't be 
let in, so you have to go down Plan B. Jump into the water, follow it around
and press the switch. Voila! You're back inside Castle Bal.

Heal at the inn before you do anything. (Why don't we get special accomodation
inside the castle? Galuf is a friggin KING!) Head inside the castle and 
upstairs to Krile's room. Watch the scene that follows. Ghido? Weird name.
Head upstairs to where the wind drake is and, after the scene (Lenna IS
reckless) you'll be on your new wind drake!

Follow the old path to Drakenvale, but this time head east along a new pathway
and then north to an island with what looks like a rock with a hole in it.
Land on the plain grass and head inside. The scene will show the island
sinking and suggests that Exdeath was the one who did it. Head west to 
Surgate Castle.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 36
Abilities: !Gaia
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 36
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 36
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Galuf - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 35
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				BRINGING DOWN THE BARRIER (7.4z)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 5000 gil
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Gilgamesh (third encounter)
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Go up and press the switch, and you'll eventually be led within the castle.
Head downstairs and downstairs again here to reach the inn, items, weapons,
armor and magic shop. The items shop sells:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Hi-Potion     |  360 |
|Potion        |   40 |
|Phoenix Down  | 1000 |
|Gold Needle   |  150 |
|Maiden's Kiss |   60 |
|Mallet        |   50 |
|Eye Drops     |   20 |
|Antidote      |   30 |
=======================

And:

=======================
| Item         | Cost |
=======================
|Ether         | 1500 |
|Holy Water    |  150 |
|Cottage       |  600 |
|Goliath Tonic |  110 |
|Power Drink   |  110 |
|Speed Shake   |  110 |
|Iron Draft    |  110 |
|Hero Cocktail |  110 |
=======================

The weapons and armor:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Great Sword   | 8400 |
|Heavy Lance   | 8100 |
|Osafune       | 8800 |
|Poison Axe    | 9600 |
=======================

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Golden Shield  | 3000 |
|Golden Helm    | 3500 |
|Green Beret    | 2500 |
|Twist Headband | 3500 |
|Golden Armor   | 4000 |
|Powe Sash      | 4500 |
|Gaia Gear      | 2000 |
|Guantlets      | 3000 |
========================

Head back up to the throne room. walk up the BOTTOM LEFT staircase and examine
the book for another song. Go back downstairs and this time go up the TOP LEFT
staircase. Follow the path into another room and proceed downstairs. This is 
the library. Head downstairs and put those books away in the right order. 
(common sense prevails here). After you do that, talk to the old woman and
she'll open up a passage. Head upstairs, then downstairs again to a room with
an unopened chest which contains 5000 gil. Exit from the south.

Here, walk underneath the pathway to the otherside of this area. Head inside
the room and walk downstairs to a chest which teaches you Float! Now backtrack
all the way back to the entrance of the castle. It's time to leave this castle
behind.

Check the map and fly to the south-eastmost continent, which is the home for
Exdeath's castle. The barrier is still up, but don't worry about that. East of
the castle is a gallon of ships. Land on the big one. A cutscene occurs:

*SPOILERS*

-----------------------------

Xezat: That wind drake...Hold your fire. They're friends!

*The Wind Drake lands and everybody gets off*

Xezat: If it isn't Galuf! Aren't you a sight for sore eyes!
Galuf: Xezat! How the devil have you been?
Xezat: Managing, barely. These friends of yours?
Galuf: This is Dorgann's son, Bartz!
Xezat: Dorgann's...!
Galuf: The ladies are nobility from the other world.
Xezat: Well met. I'm the swordsman xezat.
Galuf: Oho! Not "King" Xezat?
Xezat: Ehh, I don't think it suits me all that well.
Galuf: Sure doesn't! Har har har! I'm the same way. So, can you get us into 
       Exdeath's castle?
Xezat: Ha, you're halfway in already! For now, go below deck and rest for a 
       bit. The fireworks'll start soon.

-----------------------------

Do exactly as Xezat says for you to do. Go below deck and at the bottom enter
the right cabin. Rest up, you have a big day in front of you.

Oh oh! Monsters! We're under attack! Head back up to the decking. Talk to
Xezat and after the scene you'll be given the task of "cleansing" the deck.
Engage all the monsters in a fight and kill them (or, if you're lazy, just 
kill the one blocking the pole at the south and then kill Gilgamesh and all 
the others will follow). 

==============================================================================
 Gilgamesh (third encounter)
\===========================/

HP - 8888
Strength - 50
Defense - 10
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Genji Gloves
Treasure - Golden Shield
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Okay, you've faced this guy enough times to know what to do
                 with him. He's slow, and his attacks aren't strong...that 
                 says enough. Slash at him with swords or rip him apart with
                 katanas. Sword Dance is incredibly useful here, which can
                 deplete Gilgamesh of 1/4 of his health in one hit! He'll 
                 summon Enkidu after a while, and it'll first recover 4000
                 health for Gilgamesh. NO!!! Keep ripping them apart until
                 they're both dead. Oh, and make sure to steal Genji Gloves
                 from Gilgamesh. That speaks for itself.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Gilgamesh 3rd battle Zenage till he runs but steal 
                       the genji glove first.

Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

Equip your Genji Gloves. Go back below deck, rest, and enter the left cabin.
Grab the other side of the box, jump down and talk with Xezat. After the scene
you'll be inside the Barrier Tower.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 36
Abilities: !Gaia
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 36
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 36
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Galuf - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 35
Abilities: !Red
           Learning	

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				BARRIER TOWER (7.5a)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 18000 gil, 9000 gil, Blood Sword, Gold Hairpin
Blue Magic: Flash (Neon), Level 2 Old (Level Trickster), Level 3 Flare (Red
            Dragon), Level 4 Graviga (Level Trickster), Level 5 Death (Level
            Trickster), Off-Guard (Ziggurat Gigas), Time Slip (Traveler)
Bosses: Atomos
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Note: The bottom floor of the submarine is a place where you can rest. If
      you're down in health, the submmarine is the place to go. 

Go down and talk with Xezat. He'll depart for the generator downstairs. You 
will destroy the antenna at the top floor. Head upstairs to a room with a
consecrated circle. Sweet! Save before heading upstairs. This place is as 
straightforward as it gets. Get the 9000 gil and the MONSTERS! Blood Sword.

Head upstairs, up a long flight of stairs onto the 4th floor. Do it again to
get to ehte 6th floor. Get the 18000 gil from inside the chest. Seriously,
this tower is just too straightforward that you'd have to have the 
intelligence of a new-born baby to not be able to get to the top floor.

On the 9th floor, go up the LEFT flight of stairs to a room with MONSTERS!
Gold Hairpin. Now go back outside and this time go up the RIGHT flight of 
stairs. Save at the consecrated circle before heading backoutside.

It doesn't matter which one of the 2 staircases you take, as long as you go up
them. Head all the way up to the generator. After a few scenes, you'll be
thrown into another boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Atomos
\======/

HP - 19997
Strength - 10
Defense - 14
Magic - 80
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Flail + Ether
Treasure - Dark Matter
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This thing quite possibly is stronger and harder than the 
                 Liquid Flame, which, until now, was the hardest boss. This
                 thing will cast meteors onto your party, dealing massive 
                 amounts of damage and Gravity, which also does massive
                 amounts. The one factor that makes it less hard than the
                 Liquid Flame: once it kills one of your characters, it'll
                 try to suck him/her into itself, which wastes a hell a lot
                 time, and also gives you the perfect oppurtunity to kill it.
                 Titan and Bio do the most damage, so use them.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Atmos Barrier Tower Dark shock then once it connects 
                       LV 5 death will instant kill it.
                 

Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

Watch the scene that follows afterwards. ...<_< 

Walk around here a little bit and Galuf will come to his senses (a bit...)
You'll end up in the submarine, deep beneath the ocean...

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 37
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 37
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 37
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Galuf - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 36
Abilities: !Red
           Learning	

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				TIME TO GO UNDERWATER...(7.6b)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: None
Blue Magic: Aeroga (Whirl Dragon), Pond's Chorus (Metamorph)
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

If you check the map, you'll notice 3 flashing dots which indicate towns or
dungeons. Land on the yellowy thingy and leave the submarine. Follow the
path around the cave to the exit and you'll be back in the overworld. Here,
you'll encounter an enemy known as Catobelpas. It counters with Evil Eye,
stones one of your party members. My strategy is just to let it Evil Eye 
everbody except for one, and then left him/her finish him off, since Evil Eye
won't effect him/her, and the Catobelpas attacks are weak. Afterwards, you'll
be able to summon Catobelpas.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Catobelpas capture  a iron dress in the cave leading to
this summon releasing it does 6000+ HP and the summon only has 5000.

Head back inside the sub, heal yourself (and get the rid of the stone status)
and command it once again. This time, head to the eastern-most dot, which is
where Ghido's Cave once was before it sank. Enter the cave.

Follow the path downstairs and go through the door at the south. In here, grab
the stone in the chest and put it in the north-west chest. Go through the new
door and press the skull-like switch. Now head back outside and put the stone
in the south-west chest. Go through the new door and follow the path
downstairs. 

In this room, follow the path at the south-west corner of the room to another
switch. Go down the new staircase. In this room, head down and around the
"hidden" passageways to another room. Jump into the pond, head north and up
to where the turtle. Watch the scene that follows and then teleport out of
the cave.

Head over to the northernmost one now. Surface as near as you can
to the dot, and you should rise in a small lake right outside a town. Enter
the town.

The town of Moore is one of tranquility and peacefulness. Heal at the inn 
above if you need to. The items shop is there too. I'm not going to list them
this time because it's exactly the same as every other town and I'm getting
really pissed off at this game.

The pub is east of the entrance, there's not much to do except playing the 
piano. Man, he improves quick! A classic piece now. I remember playing it a 
few years ago (but...that doesn't even sound like a piano...)

The weapon's shop is north-east of the entrance, and it sells:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Air Knife     | 6800 |
|Elven Bow     | 7500 |
=======================

The armor shop is beneath the weapons. It sells:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Diamond Shield| 6000 |
|Diamond Helm  | 7000 |
|Tiger Mask    | 5000 |
|Sage's Miter  | 3000 |
|Diamond Armor | 8000 |
|Diamond Plate | 6000 |
|Luminous Robe | 4000 |
|Diamond Armlet| 4000 |
=======================

I believe Golden is good enough for me, and these are way too expensive so I 
didn't buy any. If you want to, go ahead, I have no reason to stop you.

The Magic Shop is north of the entrance. Finally, more spells! Buy everything
here before leaving Moore. Head east to the Forest of Moore.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 38
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 38
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 38
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Galuf - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 37
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				FOREST OF MOORE (7.7c)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 2500 gil, 4900 gil, 9500 gil, Aegis Shield (or Fire Shield), Ash,
             Cottage, Elixir, Ether, Flametongue, Goliath Tonic, Morning Star,
             Phoenix Down
Blue Magic: Lilliputian Lyric (Mini Magician)
Bosses: ??? X 4
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I was going through your walkthrough while playing FFVA and just happened to 
discover that right before the Forest of Moore part, you could train by Level
5 Death-ing groups of 5 Dechirers in the forest below Moore for massive exp 
and some nice gil and APB. I leveled up three or so times in about 10 minutes.

(thanks to Eric for this info!) 

Head up and the Guarding Branch will clear the way for you. Now, the Forest of
Moore is VERY CONFUSING, and it's very easy to get lost. This makes it 
exceptionally hard for me to explain it to you, so, in each area of the forest
I will merely state the general whereabouts of an item. I'll leave you to use
your brain and find the way through :P nah just kidding.

All the way north is a chest with 2500 gil, and all the way east has a chest 
with Ether. The tree next to it has a hole, examine it, and it'll open up a
passage to the next area.

Head north for 4900 gil, east and north through a narrow gap to a Phoenix Down
and very far east to a chest with 9500 gil. Head west from there and up to 
another tree with a hole. Examine it to oepn up a passage to the next area.

Continue west to a chest with Cottage, then east for a Goliath Tonic, north
from there is a weird consecrated circle surrounded by flowers, north to an
elixir and further north for a Morning Star. Head west from there and the 
whole forest will be set on fire. 

There is a chest north-east of you which contains Aegis Shield, but don't get
it yet. Rather, wait for the moogle to pop up from the ground, enter the hole,
heal at the springs, wait until the moogle guarding the whole leaves its 
position and head back to the surface. Now get the treasure from the chest, 
which is now Flame Shield! 

Now continue west to a chest with ash, and west again to a chest with
Flametongue! Proceed north and watch the scene. Walk up through the door,
watch the scene and get ready for another boss battle!

==============================================================================
 ??? X 4
\========/

HP - 7777
Strength - 40
Defense - 10
Magic - 15
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0	
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Ash
Type - None

Battle Strategy: The right crystal is of water type, the left is of wind, the
                 top is of fire and the bottom is of earth. Don't use 
                 Firaga, for example, on the top crystal. Once they're about
                 to get destroyed, they use elemental attacks which does a 
                 serious amount of damage. Heal when necessary, and use Blue
                 Magic to end this battle quickly, especially Death Claw.
	
VeghEsther's Strategy: 4x crystals boss moore forest 4x phoenix downs + dark 
                       matter items use mix and combine both items for a doom
                       potion this will instant kill each crystal 1 at a time.

LegendaryBakura's Strategy: Provided that you're fairly rich, the Samurai's 
                            Zeninage ('GP Toss') ability can eliminate the 
                            four Elemental Crystals fairly swiftly, and you
                            won't have to fear any form of retaliatory action
                            either, as Zeninage isn't an elemental attack
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

A long scene occurs after the fight, and you'll be thrown into another 
battle...WITH EXDEATH!!!

==============================================================================
 Exdeath
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Okay...WTF? You're continuing to fight with 0 HP? Oh well.
                 Keep attacking him...yeah...until he falls...

VeghEsther's Strategy: Ex Death Galuf dies battle mix a self destruct mix: 
                       turtle shell + dark matter to end the battle easily.
                 
Difficulty: NA/10

==============================================================================

Ah...watch the scene that occurs...<_<...walk around for a bit and Krile will
join your party. You'll appear back on the overworld on a Wind Drake.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 38
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 38
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 38
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 37
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				THE GIL JUST KEEPS COMING (7.8d)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 10, 20, 40, 80, 160, 320, 640, 1280, 2560, 5120, 10240, 20480, 
             40960 gil
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Gil Turtle
New Jobs: Nonew
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Before we had to Exdeath's Castle, how 'bout we earn ourselves some gil first?
Fly over to Castle Bal. It isn't a bad idea to heal, so heal yourself before
flying north-east to a cave. Follow the path, and head directly south through
a hidden passage right after going down the first staircase.

Follow the path through a metal door. After almost every step you'll recieve
gil, starting at 10, doubling each time until 40,960! But you'll have to face
the Gil Turtle, who comes after 10,240 at least 3 times...

In the Gil Cave, you can use the Quicksave trick (same from Walse basement) to
reset the step counter, so you dont have to fight the Gil Turtle and still 
get the big money. 

(thanks to Andre for this info)

==============================================================================
 Gil Turtle
\==========/

HP - 32768
Strength - 115
Defense - 40
Magic - 90
Magic Defense - 55
Gil - 5000
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion + Potion
Treasure - None
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: A boss that's harder than Liquid Flame has arrived. Yes, 
                 that's right, a boss that's harder than Liquid Flame! Let's
                 analyse this guy okay? He's got massive HP, strength and
                 defense and absorbs fire and thunder. Have at least a black
                 mage to cast Blizzaga on him every round, have at least 1 
                 White Mage casting Curaga every round, a Summoner to cast
                 Golem and a Time Mage to cast Float...Keep at it and
                 HOPEFULLY you'll be lucky enough to beat it. Don't complain
                 to me if you can't beat it, it took me like 10 mins to defeat
                 him! Trust me, it's so not worth it defeating this brute
                 3 times for gil.	
                 
Difficulty: 8.5/10

==============================================================================

Afterwards, heal and leave the cave. You can repeat this as often as you like,
as long as you're prepared to fight the Gil Turtle.

Before waltzing into Castle Exdeath, I suggest you train to a higher level.
It's not really necessary, but it'll make the next stage, and the whole
game (the final boss and the bonus dungeon is perfect) a lot easier and
manageable.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 41
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 40
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				ExDeath's Castle (7.9e)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 8000 gil, 9900 gil, Diamond Shield, Elixir X 2, Ether, Fuma
             Shuriken, Hayate Bow, Icebrand, Ice Shield, Kotetsu, Partisan,
             Twin Lance
Blue Magic: Aeroga (Magic Dragon), Doom (Exdeath), Level 2 Old (Magic Dragon),
            Off-Guard (Magic Dragon)
Bosses: Carbuncle, Gilgamesh (fourth encounter), Exdeath
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

When you're ready, head over to ExDeath's Castle, which is located at the
south-western continent. Heal at Castle Bal before you even attempt it though.
Cross the Big Bridge and walk up to Exdeath's Castle.

Man, what happened here? It appears that Exdeath just stormed up to the top of
the castle, taking out the soldiers along the way. Well, let's follow him! 
Walk up through the door and continue up the stairs. In here, before heading
up another flight of stairs, grab the Diamond Shield and Ether from the south
corners.

Follow the path to a...dead end? Go back the way you came from and Krile will
prove you wrong! After a short scene...<_<...a passage will appear at the top
and the castle...HOLY ****!!! NOW WE'RE TALKING!

Head up the new staircase to the 4th floor. Follow the path and at the fork
head north and press the blue switch. The path to the chest will open, so 
take this oppurtunity to get the Ice Shield from within. Now follow the path
south and head up the stairs.

There are many invisible passages in this room, but don't worry about them. 
Head to the north side of the room and get the Ether before heading upstairs.
In this room, have a time mage cast Float on everybody before stepping into 
the lava, enter the hidden passage to the Hayate Bow. Now follow the room 
around to a chest with Elixir, and then head upstairs.

On the 7th floor, hit the switch on the floor and you have to Press A to stop
the moving platform. If you stop it in front of the pillars you will have to
face an Abductor, Imp,  ackanapes or an Oiseaurare. Make it stop in front of
the two chests for an Icebrand and a Kotetsu. Make it stop in the middle
section to head upstairs. Yes! A Consecrated Circle! Heal with a Cottage and
then Save.

Head up and RIGHT to a hidden passage (use the thief's ability Find passage to
find it, otherwise, it's directly east of where the path turns to 1 lane) for
an Elixir. Then head west along the path to another chest with 9900 gil. 
Continue up the middle lane and upstairs. Walk upstairs again.

Here, head downstairs, make sure to have Float casted before walking onto the
lava. There are 3 staircases. The middle one is not accessible, you just came
in through the left one so walk up the right one. In here, there's a lot of
skull switches, and a lot of them are actually hidden holes, so watch out. 
First get the Twin Lance from the chest to the east, and then sand on the top
skull. You'll be transported to a summon orb. Examine it to initiate a boss
battle!

==============================================================================
 Carbuncle
\==========/

HP - 15000
Strength - 50
Defense - 50
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 50
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Goliath Tonic + Reflect Ring
Treasure - Turtle Shell
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This boss is simple enough. It's NOT immune to Break, but it
                 counter that with reflect on himself. However, there is still
                 some ways. Get a Mystic Knight and cast Spellblade Break,
                 and continue to hit it until it hits. Catoblepas also works,
                 although rarely. It uses elemental magic which does around 
                 500-600 damage to a single character, which can be easily
                 reversed with Cura, so it won't take long to take him down.

Saxuallyapeasing: I defeated him in two turns with the Bio swordblade spell:
                  One to charge it and one to strike him with it.  Seems to 
                  have an instant death effect on him, like Thundaga 
                  spellblade has against the small Omegas in the pyramid. 
                  Dual-wielding is advised, because the first hit may miss.

Samus20018: I beat Carbuncle by casting Reflect on one character with my 
            White mage then bounced Break off of that character.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

Yes, another summon! Head downstairs and step on the switch to be transported
out. Head east to another staircase to a chest with 8000 gil! Now go back to 
the 3 staircases and up the right. At the skull-switch area, press the bottom
one and the path to another set of stairs appears. Good, head downstairs.

Sweet, anothe consecrated circle! Save, but before you heal with a Cottage 
(if you're really down on HP and MP, go ahead and ues one) heal with White 
Magic before heading upstairs. The chest in the middle of the room is empty,
but if you examine it and try to head upstairs you'll be thrown into a boss
battle with Gilgamesh. If you don't, then Gilgamesh won't come and you'll be
able to freely go upstairs and confront Exdeath.

==============================================================================
 Gilgamesh (fourth encounter)
\============================/

HP - ?
Strength - 60
Defense - 10
Magic - 1	
Magic Defense - 15
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gauntlets + Hi-Potion
Treasure - None
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Now that you've faced him enough times, you should know what
                 to do against him. After some time, he'll ask what happened
                 to the "old fellow" and when Krile tells him, he's actually
                 speechless and appears sad, not making jokes and harsh 
                 comments for once. He enjoys battling with you and cherishes 
                 the moment. After he transforms, steel the Genji Helmet from
                 him. After some more bashing, Exdeath will banish him from
                 this dimension for being useless.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

Sad...I feel sorry for him. Forget about him though, I have a feeling we'll
see him again someday ;) Before heading up the central staircase, take the
eastern one for two chests with Fuma Shuriken and Partisan! Now go back to the
Consecrated circle, heal with cottage then save, and head up the central
staircase. Head up another floor and up to Exdeath. After some conversation,
you'll face your third boss battle for the castle.

*NOTE: For all the possible magic you could've obtained, look underneath the
boss battle, and DON'T fight Exdeath*

==============================================================================
 Exdeath
\=======/

HP - 32768
Strength - 58
Defense - 25
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 25
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Judgement Staff + Elixir
Treasure - None
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This guy isn't too hard when you buckle down and think about
                 it. There's been harder bosses. For one, he's not as 
                 annoying as Gilgamesh was for putting status ailments on 
                 everybody, and he doesn't heal himself. So, whatever damage
                 you've done to him stays. Firaga is the essential technique
                 to use against him, uttering more than 2000 damage each time.
                 Curaga is also your friend, so use that. I recommend at least
                 2 Black Mages, possibly 3, to use Firaga each time, and 1 
                 White Mage to heal with Curaga. Although he's not too hard,
                 he does have a lot of HP, so this battle will take some time.
                 There have been bosses stronger than him *coughGilTurtle*

VeghEsther's Strategy: Ex Death World 2 save MP capture 4x yellow dragons then
                       release them for a 1 turn kill.
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

-------------------------------------------------
ALL THE MAGIC YOU CAN HAVE AT THIS POINT
=========================================

White Magic
------------
Cure, Libra, Poisona, Silence, Protect, Mini, Cura, Raise, Confuse,  Blink, 
Shell, Esuna, Curaga, Reflect, Berserk

Black Magic
------------
Fire, Blizzard, Thunder, Poison, Sleep, Toad, Fira, Blizzara, Thundara, 
Drain, Break, Bio, Firaga, Blizzaga, Thundaga

Time Magic
----------
Speed, Slow, Regen, Mute, Haste, Float, Gravity, Stop, Teleport, Comet, 
Slowga, Return, Gaviga, Hastega, Old

Summons
---------
Chocobo, Sylph, Remora, Shiva (you can NEVER get her again if you miss her), 
Ramuh, Ifrit, Titan, Golem, Catoblepas, Carbuncle

Songs
-----
Alluring Air, Mighty March, Romeo's Ballad, Swift Song

Blue Magic
-----------
Aqua Breath, Level 5 Death, Level 4 Graviga, Level 2 Old,
Level 3 flare, Pond's Chorus, Lillyputian Lyric, Flash, Time Slip, Moon Flute,
Death Claw, Aero, Aera, Aeroga, Flame Thrower, Goblin Punch, Dark Spark,
Off-Guard, Transfusion, Vampire, Magic Hammer, Self-Destruct, ???,
1000 needles, White Wind, Missile

-------------------------------------------------

Afterwards, watch the scene as the crystals break and you'll be...back at your
own world!?

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 41
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !Red
           Learning


==============================================================================
				WORLD 3 (8.0f)
==============================================================================

Wow, I'm all puffed out! Rest some time now, because you've conquered 2 worlds
out of 3. But, the game hasn't finished just yet! The final boss is still 
lurking in the shadows, and you will finally fight him to the death in World
3...

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				BOTH WORLDS IN 1 (8.1g)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Cottage
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Welcome back to your world! Head up to Castle Tycoon and you'll speak with 
the Chancellor. After the scene where Bartz absolutely falls in love with
Faris, you'll be split up. Follow Krile outside to the balcony. Talk to her to
have her rejoin your party. With no chance of the other girls rejoining yet,
exit the castle.

Have you ever wondered how your old friend Boko was holding up? Well, let's
find out. As you exit the castle, a soldier will knock into you saying that 
the bridge to the west river is complete. Good, we'll be able to see Boko. 
Head south until you see a bridge. Cross it and head north to the cave. Just
before you enter, Boko will come out. Watch the hilarious scene that follows
(ZOMGWTFBBQ!) and you'll once again ride on the back of Boko!

Head back to Castle Tycoon while on Boko, but instead of entering, head north,
follow the path west across the river (Boko can cross rivers with no trouble)
through the narrow passages all the way to Tule. Cross the river and head 
south to another narrow path. Ride south and you'll fall down a hole. Watch
the scene to initiate a boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Antlion
\========/

HP - 8100
Strength - 48
Defense - 20
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 3000
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion
Treasure - Cottage
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This battle is a cinch, what with 3rd-tier magic, (Blizzaga,
                 Firaga and Thundara) and heavy weaponary. The only thing that
                 could cause a slight commotion is that it can use Dischord,
                 which halves your level for the battle, therefore halving
                 your attack. Other than that, you won't have any problem with
                 this fiend. It'll flee at the end of the battle.
                 
Difficulty: 3/10

==============================================================================

Afterwards, walk around until funny music starts playing. Head to the north
side of the room to find a rope. But, every time you try to grab it, it pulls
out of reach! Continue your fruitless attempts at trying to grab it until you
finally get rescued by the ever-lovely Faris.

We're finally back at where we started! Follow the path south to a cave. Enter
it and Bartz will say it's too dangerous for a chocobo to go in. Now enter the
cave.

Doesn't this look familiar to you? Yeah, where have I seen this before? walk
north. Ah, now DOES this look familiar to you? Head north to start a MASSIVE
cutscene.

***MAJOR SPOILERS***

-----------------------------

Bartz: Ghido!?

*Bartz goes around to pick him up*

Bartz: Alley-oop!
Ghido: Oh! Thankyou! I suppose you can be helpful after all. The shock of the
       two worlds merging sent everything topsy-turvy...including me! I'm a 
       bit too old to do much on my back, I rue.
Bartz: What do you mean, "worlds merging"?
Ghido: I see you're just as slow on the uptake as before. It's an ancient 
       legend, but I had never imagined it was true...According to legend, a
       thousand years ago, Bartz's world and Krile's world were one and the 
       same.
Bartz: The same!?
Ghido: It seems there is quite the echo in here.
Bartz: But...why did the worlds split?
Ghido: To seal the Void.
Bartz: Void...?
Ghido: I fear no matter how often I allude to your ignorance, my dry wit just 
       goes over your head, so I will simply explain. 

*drums roll...:D*

Ghido: One thousand years ago, there existed a presence of the strongest evil,
       Enuo. Enuo possessed the power to control the Void. After a long and
       harrowing battle, the people were able to defeat Enuo with the twelve
       legendary weapons...However, the Void that Enuo created could not be
       erased. As a last resort, the people split the crystals into two. To 
       maintain balance, the world split into two as well. The Void was sealed
       within the space between the two worlds-the "interdimensional rift."
Bartz: That means Exdeath was telling the truth...He really did want to return
       the world to how it used to be...
Ghido: However, without the crystals...
Bartz: The wind's power will never return...
Ghido: Nor will that of the earth, fire, or water.
Krile: Ouch! Ooh, this splinter really hurts...

*The splinter moves up behind Bartz and Ghido, and turns into Exdeath*

Bartz: Exdeath!?
Exdeath: Mwa-hahahaha...I turned myself into a tiny splinter, waiting for just
         this moment! Now you can understand my true goal: to take the sealed
         power of the Void for my own! (OMG KILL HIM, ENUO! HE'S GOING TO TAKE
         Y...O...U...R VOID!!!) (Actually, I want to see that, Enuo vs Exdeath
         the battle of warlocks...) 
Bartz: What!?
Exdeath: Why do you think I merged the worlds together? Mwa-hahahahahahaha!!!

*The grounds start shaking, and the pic switches to Castle Tycoon. A black 
hole is consuming it*

Ghido: Ohh...now that the two worlds are one, the interdimensional rift the 
       Void was sealed within is appearing as well!
Faris: Wait-so in plain English, you're saying that the Void whatevernot is
       coming here?
Exdeath: Yes...The Void shall be released from its thousand year prison and
         into my keeping! The matchless power of the Void will be mine!
Bartz: Not a chance, Exdeath!

*Exdeath sends them flying*

Krile: Castle Tycoon...
Faris: Lenna!

*Scene switches to Castle Tycoon, where it shows Lenna trapped inside a castle
about to explode. Afterwards, the Black Hole is gone, and it left a black hole
in the sea*

Exdeath: Beautiful...beautiful! Look! Gaze upon the unlimited power of the 
         Void; watch as it engulfs all in its path! And soon, it will belong 
         to me! (Why soon, why not now!?)
Faris: Lenna...Exdeath, you...!

*Exdeath attacks the whole group*

Exdeath: Peons! Tremble before my might! Mwa-hahahahaha! Time for your viscera
         to see the light of day! Now die!

*Ghido comes and attacks Exdeath*

Exdeath: Turtle! 

*Exdeath and Ghido fight with amazing techniques...*

Exdeath: ...Not bad, for a reptile!
Ghido: You think I sat around seven centuries munching on pizza?
Exdeath: Ha ha ha...Perhaps you should have taken the chance...You shall find
         no such tasty diversions in the afterlife!

*Exdeath sends the whole group, plus Ghido, flying*

Exdeath: Peons! Tremble before my might! Mwa-hahahahaha!

(Somewhere on plain land)

Ghido: Ohhh, my aching...
Bartz: Ghido! You okay!?
Ghido: Exdeath, that cur...He must be stopped before he obtains the full power
       of the Void, or-Hmm? By Jove, what's that!?
Bartz: Just the Library of the Ancients...
Ghido: THE fabled Library of the Ancients? My dear boy, have you any idea what
       an important place that is!? Oh, of course you don't...To think that 
       the Library of the Ancients was here the whole time...Follow close,
       children! Within the Library is a book which described how to defeat
       Exdeath!

*The group will follow Ghido to the Library of the Ancients*

Scholar: Sage Ghido!
Ghido: Oho, scholars from Surgate.
Scholar: We've been able to find the second half of the Sealed Tome!
Ghido: Perfect!

*Ghido and the others will step into the next room, turn the staircase into
a massive table*

Ghido: Now, let us being the strategy meeting! As you have probably noticed,
       the worlds have recombined into one. Also, the Void is trying to break
       free from where it has been sealed within the Rift!
Bartz: Then we'd better hurry there and stop it!
Ghido: Bartz, Bartz, Bartz...so enthusiastic and yet so stupid. Along with the
       Void, many fearsome monsters were sealed within the Rift a millenium
       ago. They are all incredibly evil, and incredibly strong. I feel safe 
       in saying that as you are now, you kids wouldn't stand a chance.
Bartz: Then, what do we do?
Ghido: Elementary, my dear Bartz; the legendary weapons used to defeat the
       warlock Enuo a thousand years ago!
Bartz: Legendary weapons?
Ghido: Sometimes I wonder if you say things like this to spite me...Yes, the
       twelve legendary weapons. They are weapons. They are legendary. There 
       are even twelve of them. Now that we have both halves of the Sealed
       Tome, if all goes according to legend-and I'm certain it will-the book
       will show us the way.

*The scholars put the two book halves on the table, and they merge*

Bartz: The book...!?
Ghido: It is written: "When Nothing's power again does peak, To Light Warriors
       this book shall speak."

The book begins to speak...

After Enuo's defeat, the weapons of legend were sealed within the Castle Kuza.
To break the seals, the four tablets must be assembled. One rests alongside
spirits of the past, blessed by soil...One rests within an Island Shrine,
kissed by wind...One rests beneath the ocean's floor, engulfed by flames...One
rests beyond the river's currents, protected by water...Along with the keys to
open the seals-the four tablets-are sealed our servants. If the tablets are 
moved, our servants will awaken...The ultimate spells of white and black...The
magic of time and space, Meteor...The sea king, Leviathan...and the dragon 
king, Bahamut...Present this book unto the gate and the way to the seals will
be opened...

Recieved Sealed Tome!

Ghido: Go-unseal the twelve legendary weapons before Exdeath gains the power 
       of the Void! We are all counting on you. Go and find the first 
       tablet...Blessed by soil and the spirits of the past...Eureka! It must
       be the Pyramid in the Desert of Shifting Sands! Faris, Krile...and even
       you, Bartz. You must go at once! The future of the world depends on it!

-----------------------------

Long cutscene, eh? Heal with the magic pot before heading upstairs to the roof
where the scholars there will give you the song Mana's Paean. Now exit the
library.

Head west along the path, where you'll be stopped for a while by the Guardian
Tree, and enter the Desert of Shifting Sands. Without the earth crystal though
the sand stopped moving (lack of energy obviously) so just continue west to 
the Pyramid of Moore.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 41
Abilities: Dual-Wield
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

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				PYRAMID OF MOORE (8.2h)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 8000 gil, 9000 gil, 10000 gil, 12000 gil, Black Garb, Black Robe,
             Cottage, Cursed Ring, Crystal Armor, Dark Matter X 6, Elixir X 4,
             Flame Shield, Gaia hammer, Gold Hairpin, Ice Shield, Protect Ring
             Ribbon, Thornlet, White Robe
Blue Magic: Off-Guard (Ushabti - Use ether)
Bosses: Gargoyle X 2
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Examine the door up ahead and you'll immediately engage in a boss fight!

==============================================================================
 Gargoyle X 2
\============/

HP - 5000
Strength - 58
Defense - 13
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 12
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down + Potion
Treasure - Hi - Potion
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: The one factor which makes this battle annoying 
                 is that to end this fight, you'll have to kill both of them,
                 or the other will revive the other one. 3rd-tier magic on 
                 both is useful, as well as Flare. If you have Lever 3 Flare, 
                 use it. It won't take long for both to fall.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

After the battle, one of the pages in the Sealed Tome will burn, but the door
leading inside will open. What are you waiting for? GO IN!

Well, the interior sure does make you feel as if it's Egyptian (traditional
light blue and yellow, hieroglyphics...I think that's how you spell it).

Walk past and ignore the door with the bird? owl? (looks sort of like a
tournament setup at the bottom). There are 3 switches at the top. Press the 
Left and Rightmost switches to reveal a path within the spikes. Walk down and
you'll be pushed down by the sand to the bottom level.

Here, get the chest for a MONSTERS! Ice Shield. Follow the path up and you'll
step on an invisible switch on the ground which releases monstesr at the top
(There will be a lot of these switches, not only on the ground but on walls as
well). If you engage the released monsters to a fight, you'll fight Aspis, a 
white Dragon which paralyses you. Head up the stairs. 

Follow the path around and press the switch to stop the sand flowing. Continue
north and up another flight of stairs. It looks like a dead end, but wait! 
Invisible passages everywhere! (They're not too hard to find, just try each
tile of the wall and you'll find it). You'll release the Aspis, but who cares? 
Head down the staircase at the south-west. Walk to the coffin and it'll open,
revealing a GRAND MOMMY! You'll fight plenty of these in this pyramid. Fire
works best, so Firaga and Flametongue are high recommendations. Enter the 
room for a Cursed Ring. (NEVER USE THAT! SELL IT OR THROW IT AWAY!)

Now head back to the entrance of the pyramid. (It might not be bad idea to 
walk all the way back to the Library of the Ancients to heal yourself). Enter
the door that I told you to ignore at first, and up the stairs. Follow the 
path down to release more Aspis. There are 3 switches. The middle one opens 
the door you just came through, the other 2 opens the doors where you're
headed, so press those. Walk right and upstairs.

Continue north into an area with 3 chests. Walking in front of the middle
releases Aspis, and they all contain monsters. Starting from the left, they
contain Flame Shield, Dark Matter and White Robe! Follow the path around and
enter the door at the end. In this room, you'll encounter several Mecha Heads.
Do what you do to any machine, and that is, USE LIGHTING!!! You can learn
Flame Thrower from them if you want. Don't bother fighting them, avoid them if
you can since they don't give EXP. 

At the north-east corner is Elixir, the top one with the coffin blocking it 
has Thornlet, (another sell item), the one left of it also contains Elixir.
Press the switch at the south-west corner to lower the spikes, then follow the
spiked path to MONSTERS! Black Robe. Now enter the coffin beside it, (another
mummy battle) and head up to YES! A consecrated circle! We're saved!!! Heal
and save before heading upstairs.

Don't worry, we've still got some way to go before the end of the Pyramid. 
Ignore the open-coffin door for the time being, instead following the path to
the west. Sometime, you'll encounter a monster known as Sekhmet. He's not so
hard, a few physical attacks is the end of him, but if you want to fasten the
process, 3rd-tier magic is incredibly useful. When he's defeated, he will say
that there's still his brother in this tower...(boss, maybe?). Watch out for
the released Aspis after a certain time and head up the stairs.

If you stay in this room too long, Aspis will be released. Oh well, who cares,
they're weak as hell. The left chest contains MONSTERS! Dark Matter. The right
chest contains a rather unique monster, known as Objet d'Art. Remember the
quick way to disperse with them? Level 5 Death. Crystal Armor is your reward.
Now go back to the room before and go through the coffin I told you to ignore.

Head all the way south to a hidden passage. (Get the ability "Find Passage"
on, or you can't, or hardly, do the next bit). Follow the hidden passage up
at the fork and right at the next to a chest with MONSTERS! Black Garb. Now
return back to the entrance of the hidden passage, head south and up the
stairs.

Fall down here purposely, to reach an area with a chest with MONSTERS! Dark
Matter. Exit from the hidden passage, and you'll appear out the door that was
locked. Head back up the stairs to the room before. Press the switch to stop
the sand flowing, don't bother with the next one just yet and enter the room
next to it.

IT IS CRUCIAL that you press the LEFT switch, otherwise the block will push
you down. Head up and first get the right chests with 9000 and 8000 gil 
respectively, before going to get the ones at the left with MONSTERS! Dark 
Matters. Exit the room and continue south, pressing the right switches to stop
the sand when necessary. Climb the stairs to the next level.

Ignore the door completely, and instead climb up the stairs. This room is 
quite hard to explain, so I'll leave it to you to get the chests and items
within. Basically, the floor moves, revealing holes and new paths, and if you
fall down the holes, bad luck, you're back down to where you're started. 
Observe closely, and once you find a path to a chest, run to it, careful not
to fall down, and quickly get back to safe land. The chests from the left 
contains Ribbon, Protect Ring and Gold Hairpin. Leave the room from the north-
east, down the staircase and up to an area with 12000 gil and MONSTERS! Dark
Matter. (a lot of those in this pyramid). Head back to the shifting room.

Fall down the hole purposely to get to an area with Elixir. Exit this area
via the top hidden passage. Head east to a chest with 10000 gil and a Cottage.
Now head all the way west to a chest with MONSTERS! Gaia Hammer. Exit via the
door east of you. Now walk back to the shifting room.

Exit the room from the north-west staircase downstairs, enter the room for an
Elixir and a MONSTERS! Dark ****ing Matter. (I'm sick of Dark Matter now). 
Continue east from the room around and enter the door. Go forward, up the 
pyramidal-shaped platform and claim the tablet as your own!!!! (FINALLY!!!)
Watch the scene that follows (oh man, great music!) where Bahamut awakens and
sinks the peninsula. Afterwards, you're back on top of the Pyramid (wait...no
boss battle...?) Now leave the Pyramid for good. (long dungeon eh? just you 
wait...)

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 42
Abilities: Find Passsages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 41
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				EXPLORATION ANYONE (8.3i)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Brave Blade (OR Chicken Knife), Cottage, Magic Lamp, Ribbon
Blue Magic: Mighty Guard (Stingray)
Bosses: Melusine
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Walk to the Guarding Tree area, before a wind drake comes and lowers Lenna.
Watch the scene...<_<...and you'll be thrown into a boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Melusine
\========/

HP - 20000
Strength - 49
Defense - 90
Magic - 5
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Leather Armor
Treasure - Maiden's Kiss
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Competition against Barbariccia in FFIV? Nope, Melusine wins
                 hands down. She's so much more exposed, with only snakes 
                 covering her genitals...LETS RIP HER UP! Firaga works
                 incredibly well. A few turns of Firaga and she's down and
                 out. To fasten the process, summon Carbuncle and reflect
                 Firaga off everyone for more than 8000+ damage! This battle
                 took me less than a minute to finish.
                 
Difficulty: 2/10

==============================================================================

Afterwards, Lenna will join the party but she's down. Use a Phoenix Down or
Revive to get her back up on her feet. What was once the Library of the 
Ancients is now justa a black hole which is the Rift. Up ahead is Surgate 
Castle, so rest there if you feel the need. Enter the ship for a rather nasty
scene.

From the point after the scene, head south and a little bit west to a castle.
This is Castle Kuza. Head inside and you'll be greeted by the counsellor and
some scholars. Talk to the right scholar and he'll set up a pot that fully
heals you. Sweet! Talk to the other for clues on the whereabouts of the other
tablets. Head north all the way up to the Sealed Room (be especially careful
of a mosnter known as Exdeath's Soul). Set up the tablet and choose 3 
weapons of your liking. Now leave the castle. A scene occurs where Exdeath
is telling his "servants" (A LOT OF THEM!) to kill the warrios that are 
seeking the weapons that killed Enuo. (Man, I want Enuo to kill Exdeath)

Just so you know, everything beyond this point is OPTIONAL. That's right,
OPTIONAL. If you want, you can go to the Rift and the Void right now. I doubt
you'll survive long, which is why we're getting the rest of the Legendary 
Weapons!

A lot can be done in the previous cities now. Fly north-east to Regole and
enter the Armor Shop. Here, go through the hidden passage to a girl who'll 
give you a Ribbon. 

Have you wondered about what happened to Syldra? Let's find out. Head to the
Pirate's Hideout and to where the pirates are. Faris will walk off. Follow her
and she'll see Syldra! Really, Bartz and Lenna can't. But wait, Krile can! 
Sydlra's spirit wants to help Faris, so it becomes a Summon Monster! Now leave
the Hideout.

Go to Ghido's cave where your chocobo should be. Ride north-east to Tule, then
head north-west to Regole, then all the way west into the river. Head to the
top of the waterfall and examine the the tile under you for a magic lamp.
Head back to your airship.

Go back to the Town of Moore just west of the Pyramid of Moore. Go around the
pub to the left side and south through the door of the little structure. This
passage is invisible because of the trees blocking it, so play around with the
D-pad and you'll eventually run into a wizard who'll give you a choice of two
weapons. The left crate holds the Brave Blade and the right crate holds the
Chicken Knife. If you've run from battles before, the Brave Blade will be
weaker while the Chicken Knife stronger. The more battles you're run from, the
stronger the Chicken Knife and weaker the Brave Blade becomes. I recommened
the Chicken Knife for it can become more powerful than the Brave Blade and its
effect of feeling sometimes from battles can prove very useful.

Now fly all the way to Crescent, which is the island at the south-east corner,
enter the house at the south-east corner, play the piano and talk to the bard.
He'll teach you another song! 

Head south and west along the path, bush-bashing through 2 forests before 
arriving at the third. As you walk through the third, it appears that you've
encountered a monster, but in actual fact, you just set foot into the Phantom
Village.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 43
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				PHANTOM VILLAGE (8.4j)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Mirage Vest, Thief Knife
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

NOTE: Have "Find Passages" ability equiped on someone; there are many hidden
passages in Phantom Village.

The Inn's right next to the entrance. The cost is 70 gil, so if you're hurt,
don't hesistate to rest and heal yourself. The items shop is located there
as well, but it sells the exact same things as before, the look in the 
previous sections if you want to know what they sell.

Climb up the stairs at the left and you'll find the Pub. If you enter by the
main entrance, you won't find anything important. Instead, head around to the
back entance (you can't find this with "Find Passages"). The second-bottom
barrel holds the Thief's Knife. Now head down the stairs and you'll find a 
guy who'll give you something good if you travel the entire world with your
chocobo. If you do that (I don't know why you would) you'll get a Mirage
Vest. Exit from the bottom. Walk south and into another building.

Continue through the door here for a pot which heals your entire party. Head
through the door above and go downstairs. Head south and at the fork, head
right. The door here opens, but you can't get through. Head right and up and
back upstairs. Here are the two weapons merchants. They sell:

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Fuma Shuriken | 25000|
|Shuriken      |  2500|
|Twin Lance    | 10800|
|Moonring Blade|  1100|
|Flame Scroll  |   200|
|Water Scroll  |   200|
|Light Scroll  |   200|
=======================

=======================
| Weapon       | Cost |
=======================
|Flametongue   | 10000|
|Icebrand      | 11000|
|Gaia Hammer   | 12800|
|Morning Star  |  7800|
|Rune Bow      | 10000|
|Kiku-ichimonji| 14800|
|Partisan      | 10200|
=======================

Go back to the other room. Enter the hidden passage to the left and upstairs.
Here is where the Black Chocobo is. Remember this area, because you'll be 
coming back REAL soon. Come back downstairs and follow the hidden passage left
more to find the piano. Play it, and you'll have mastered the piano! Backtrack
all the way to the back entrance of the pub.

From the pub, walk south-east to the armor shop. Like the weapons, it also has
two merchants, one obvious and one hidden. Click on the box and the path to
the second will be revealed. Here's what they sell:

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Crystal Shield|  9000|
|Crystal Helm  | 10500|
|Black Cowl    |  6500|
|Circlet       |  4500|
|Crystal Armor | 12000|
|Black Garb    |  9000|
|Black Robe    |  8000|
|White Robe    |  8000|
=======================

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Hermes Sandals| 50000|
|Angel Ring    | 50000|
|Flame Ring    | 50000|
|Coral Ring    | 50000|
|Lamia's Tiara |  2500|
|Angel Robe    |  3000|
=======================

Our final destination is the magic shop. The obvious merchant sells everything
you already have! Instead, outside the shop, follow the path west and around
to a hidden entrance. Here is the hidden merchant. Like always, buy everything
he's offering to sell.

Don't leave by foot, instead, head to the Black Chocobo area, catch the Black
Chocobo and hop on! 

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 43
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				SUMMONING BAHAMUT AND ODIN (8.5k)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: None
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Bahamut, Odin
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Yes, we are about to obtain TWO more summons, and two EXTREMELY POWER summons
at that. But before we do though, now that we have mastered the piano, land in
the forest closest to Crescent and enter the city. Proceed to the south-east
house, play the piano and talk to the Bard. You'll learn the Hero's Rime!
Leave Crescent and hop on your Black Chocobo.

Let's get Bahamut first okay? Bahamut said itself that it will await you at
the North Mountain. It's the north-east flashy dot on the World Map. You'll 
have to fly through mountains, land on a forest and pass through desert to get
there.

You've been here once before, and the monsters you encounter are also the 
exact same as before. Calmly strut to the peak of the mountain, where Bahamut
is waiting...(you won't be strutting much longer)

==============================================================================
 Bahamut
\=======/

HP - 40000
Strength - 69
Defense - 10
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dragon Fang
Treasure - Dragon Fang
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Immediately at the beginning of the battle, summon Carbuncle,
                 for Bahamut has some nasty attacks like Frost and Maelstrom,
                 and ESPECIALLY MEGA FLARE! 3rd-tier magic works well, but 
                 with Legendary Weapons and Dual-Wield, your normal attacks 
                 will most likely do more damage. Have summoners summon the 
                 newly-acquired Syldra. Wait for Bahamut to use Mega Flare and
                 and you've pretty much got the battle in the bag.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Bahamut wait till you get quick in Phantom Village and 
                       Meteor castable with 4x time mages quick + meteor x2 if
                       each meteor casting does 4x 1000 per hit = 32,000 HP in
                       1 turn. 
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

Teleport out and heal yourself at an inn somewhere before we think about Odin.
The town of Carwen is perfect, just south and there's a forest right beside
it! Then there's the added bonus of only 10 gil! After you heal, let's get
Odin!

Fly over to Jachol Cave, which is just a 5-second walk from Castle Bal (which,
if you don't know, is north-east of the south-western flashy dot on the World
Map). Land your chocobo in the forest and head inside the cave.

You've been here before, so I won't guide you through. Climb up the wall at 
the end and where should you surface? The basement of Castle Bal! Amazing!
Remember the easy way to kill the enemies found here: Level 5 Death. Walk 
north, navigating through the cracks, and you'll spot a summon orb. This is
Odin. Prepare for a boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Odin
\=====/

HP - 17000
Strength - 60
Defense - 20
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Protect Ring
Treasure - Flame Shield
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: This battle has a time limit of 1 minute. If you take longer
                 than a minute to subdue Odin, then he'll finish you off. The
                 good thing about this battle is that Odin is not immune to
                 Break, which means that a Spellblade Break is the end of him.
                 To make sure that his Zantetsuken doesn't do massive damage,
                 have Mighty Guard casted (get it from the monster Stingray)
                 but still heal when necessary. If you don't have Spellblade
                 Break, then cast 3rd-tier magic against him. DON'T summon
                 Bahamut, or any monster for that matter. It takes way too
                 long (10-15 valuable seconds) and it doesn't do much more 
                 damage than 3rd-tier (2-3 seconds).
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

Not that hard, was it? Sweet, we have 2 more summons at our disposal! Walk 
south navigating through the cracks, and instead of going all the way back
through Jachol Cave, open the door that stopped you from reaching Odin in 
World 2, and exit through Castle Bal. Heal at the inn and mount your Black
Chocobo once again! Destination: Phoenix Tower.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage)
Lvl 43
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard)
Lvl 42
Abilities: !Red
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				PHOENIX TOWER (8.6l)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 5000, 10000, 15000, 20000, 25000 gil, Aevis Killer, Phoenix Down
Blue Magic: 1000 Needles (Lemure), Aeroga (Cherie), Lilluptian Lyric (Cherie),
            Pond's Chorus (Lemure), Roulette (Parthenope), Time Slip (Cherie)
Bosses: None
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

After those two summons, let's get another one. Head back to the desert where
you got Bahamut, the North Mountain. Land at the same forest you did last 
time, but instead of heading north-east to the North Mountain, walk south-west
through the desert until you reach a tower. This is the Phoenix Tower.

The Phoenix works in an unusual way. You can't do anything in the first room,
can you? I'll tell you how to get through here. Just above you is a big wall,
comprised of 5 tiles. The second from the left and the second from the right
is your goal. You have to examine these sections of the wall for a staircase
to appear. One of those will make a staircase appear, one of those will 
unleash a monster before making the staircase appear. Not too complicated, I
hope? I'll be stating which one will let you up without monsters.

Floor 1 - Left 

Floor 2 - Nothing

Floor 3 - Left

Floor 4 - Right

Floor 5 - On this floor there are two pots. Remember this, for it's going to
          come in a lot of the future floors. The left pot contains gil, and
          the right is a monster, called the Monster Pot, who won't attack
          and who you can't hit. To end the fight, give it elixir, (you might
          need to give it more than once) and it'll flee, giving you 100 ABP!
          You'll even recieve an item at the end! Sweeeeet!

Floor 6 - Nothing

Floor 7 - Left

Floor 8 - Left

Floor 9 - Right

Floor 10 - The two pots are found here again. Left one has gil, the other has
           Monster Pot.

Floor 11 - Nothing

Floor 12 - Left

Floor 13 - Left

Floor 14 - Right

Floor 15 - Left pot has the monster pot, right has the gil.

Floor 16 - Nothing

Floor 17 - Left 

Floor 18 - Left

Floor 19 - Right

Floor 20 - Left pot has gil, right has the monster pot.

Floor 21 - Nothing

Floor 22 - Right

Floor 23 - Left

Floor 24 - Right

Floor 25 - Left pot has the monster pot, right has the gil.

Floor 26 - Left

Floor 27 - Left

Floor 28 - Right

Floor 29 - This wall has 7 tiles. No matter what, you have to examine the
           centre wall, and you have to fight a monster.

Floor 30 - Here you'll find...Hiryu!? Watch as the scene unfolds, pick 
           whatever response you feel like, it all ends with us being able to
           summon Phoenix!

Now teleport out of the Phoenix Tower, get on your Black Chocobo once again
and fly to your airship, which should be around Phantom Village (let's ditch
the Black Chocobo now!). Check your World Map. Do you see that island, smaller
than the rest but big enough to notice? That's out target. Castle Bal's just
a little west of there. Heal at Castle Bal before crossing the big bridge to
the Island Shrine.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage,
Lvl 42
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard)
Lvl 43
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Summon
           Learning

Yeah, I got a ton of new abilities in the Phoenix Tower!

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				ISLAND SHRINE (8.7m)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 9000 gil, 12000 gil, Beast Killer, Crystal Helm, Dragon Fang, 
             Ether X 2, Elixir, Hi-Potion, Protect Ring, Rising Sun
Blue Magic: Mind Blast (Wendigo)
Bosses: Gargoyle X 2, Wendigo
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Head forward and the gargoyles will attack.

==============================================================================
 Gargoyle X 2
\============/

HP - 5000
Strength - 58
Defense - 13
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 12
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down + Potion
Treasure - Hi - Potion
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: The one factor which makes this battle annoying 
                 is that to end this fight, you'll have to kill both of them,
                 or the other will revive the other one. 3rd-tier magic on 
                 both is useful, as well as Flare. If you have Lever 3 Flare, 
                 use it. It won't take long for both to fall.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

After the fight, head up and another page of the Sealed Tome will burn, 
causing the door in front to open. In the next room, there's a hidden passage
to the right which leads to a chest with 12000 gil! Now head back through the
hidden passage and head down the stairs to the left.

Continue inside the vent. You'll be sucked in and you'll appear in a room with
two switches at the top. Press the right switch first and head back inside
the vent. Eventually, you'll appear in a room with a lone Elixir. Go back 
inside and press the left switch, leaving the right as it is. This time, the
vent will take you to a lone 9000 gil! Head back to the room with the two 
switches, and press the right switch, deactivating it, and leaving the left
switch activated. Before going down, examine the wall west of the pipe for a
Hi-Potion! The vent will take you to the right place this time.

Get the chest to the left for a ...boss battle?

==============================================================================
 Covert
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Ninja Suit
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: With your legendary weapons, normal attacks will finish him
                 off real soon. Summon Odin to fasten the process. Watch out
                 for some of his attacks though, namely Illusion. This will
                 create an "Illusion" of him, and since there's only one of 
                 him on the field, all the attacks you inflict on him when
                 Illusion is on won't be counted to his health.
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

You'll get a Rising Sun for your troubles. Head through the door at the right
for a Consecrated Circle! Heal 'n' Save, before heading upstairs. In this 
big room, there's an Ether at the north-west corner, a chest with MONSTERS! 
Protect Ring north of the entrance, a hidden passage east of that to a Crystal
Helm. Head up the stairs at the very top of the room.

Go through the door just above you for a Beast Killer. Go back to the room
before and walk around to the stairs at the top of the room. Be careful of the
cracks in this room, and get the Ether and Dragon Fang before heading upstairs
once again at the top of the room.

Another Consecrated Circle. Heal if you need to and save, and then head 
upstairs. A change of music, eh? You know what that means, the tablet is in 
this room! Before going through the door above, get the Dark Matter and the
Circlet from the two sides. Open the door to the tablet. Examine the tablet
and a monster who serves Exdeath will appear. Yup, another boss battle!

==============================================================================
 Wendigo
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Ninja Suit
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: This fight gets 8 because of its annoyance. There are four
                 Wendigo's on the field. 1 is real, the other 3 are replicas
                 who can't take any damage. You'll have to waste a lot of 
                 attacks to find the real one, and after each hit, it 
                 changes its position around the field. If you attack all
                 of them at once, which you would've thought about doing by
                 now, it'll counter with all 4 using Frost on you, which will
                 deal at least more than 1000 damage to all party members.
                 My strategy is just to slash all of them until you find it,
                 and when you think you're pretty close to reaching the 
                 20000 health, summon Bahamut and cure as it uses Frost.
                 You might not win this battle on the first try.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Wendigo a joke equip 4x fire rings or ice shields on
                       everybody then Zeniage it to death.The Rings/shields 
                       make its 4x frost counters worthless.
                 
Difficulty: 8/10

==============================================================================

We now have the second tablet! The scene turns to the Fork Tower, where the
once-barrier is now lifted. Krile will read the inscription on the tablet...
well, the Fork Tower is where we're headed next anyway. Teleport out, head to
Castle Kuza, heal with the pot and pick your next 3 Legendary Weapons. Get on
to your airship and prepare for a non-stop flight to Crescent.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage)
Lvl 44
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Freelancer (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage,
Lvl 43
Abilities: !White
           !Time

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard)
Lvl 44
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Summon
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				TWO TOWERS (8.8n)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Defender, Ether, Hi-Potion, Wonder Rod
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Minotaur, Omniscient, Famed Mimic Gogo
New Jobs: Mime
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

NOTE: DO NOT PARK YOUR YELLOW CHOCOBO OUTSIDE THE FORK TOWER ONE YOU BEAT IT!
      THIS WILL CAUSE A GLITCH WHERE YOU WON'T BE ABLE TO RIDE ON IT AGAIN.

The tower is located just west of Crescent. Head inside and you'll notice that
the barrier has indeed lifted. Head up and your party will be split up. You 
can have a 2-2, 1-3 or a 3-1. 2-2 is obviously the best option, so stick with
that.

My recommendation is that you send your strongest magic users left, which for
me was Bartz and Lenna, and your two strongest physical people, which in my
case was Faris and Krile. Make sure to have someone which can heal on either
side. When you've decided, the two people who went left will climb the tower
first.

This tower is so easy to climb, it's just as straightforward as the Walse 
Tower! If you can't climb this on your own, then you have problems. Just make
sure to get the Ether on the 4th floor and Wonder Wand on the 7th. Once you're
on top of the 8th floor, the scene will revert to the people who went on the
right.

This tower is complete symmetrical to the left; they're exactly the same. 
Get the Hi-Potion on the 4th floor and the Defender on the 7th. Enter the door
which you couldn't before on the 8th, and examine the orb. Prepare for two
boss battles.

==============================================================================
 Minotaur
\========/

HP - 19859
Strength - 99
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Fuma Shuriken + Leather Shoes
Treasure - Nothing
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Since you can't use magic in this battle, all you do is slash
                 and rip and do whatever you can with normal attacks to end
                 this fight. This is why I told you to bring your two  
                 strongest physical attackers. Don't equip Excalibur or Holy
                 Lance if you have it, for it'll absorb Holy attacks. Use the
                 newly-acquired Defender if you have to. This battle's quite 
                 easy compared to the ones before. It'll try and use Holy at
                 the end of the fight, but it doesn't have enough MP :)

VeghEsther's Strategy: Minotaur 2x ninja's  with image and use fuma's 
                       shurikans or just Zeniage till it dies.
                 
Difficulty: 4.5/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Omniscient
\==========/

HP - 16999
Strength - 100
Defense - 0
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 8
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Kornago Gourd + Potion
Treasure - None
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Do you want to know what I think this guy looks like? Some
                 Egyptian door with a head and arms poking out, and holding
                 a staff. That's right. Summon Carbuncle at the start of the
                 battle, for when Omniscient dies, it'll cast Flare. DO NOT,
                 under any circumstance, attack it with Physical attacks,
                 otherwise it'll cast Return and you'll have to do the battle
                 all over again! Now you know my complete reasoning. Summon
                 Syldra, as it appears to do the most damage, and keep on
                 summoning it until it dies. (Coral and Flame Rings are 
                 useful in this fight because it casts Firaga and Blizzaga
                 a lot). *NOTE: I take back a comment I made. Attack it with
                 Physical Attacks if you're dying and want the battle to 
                 start again*

VeghEsther's Strategy: Omniscent coral/flame rings aren't required if you have
                       2x reflect rings simply equip those. Aeroga does as 
                       much damage and any summon.

tonymjin: You can simply just cast Berserk on Omniscient and it will be unable
          to cast any spells.  You can also summon Golem if you want extra 
          protection.  Then, just keep attacking and it will fall.  
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

OMG, the tower stood over the way to the Gohn Ruins! Wait...Mid said Cid was
trapped under there, didn't here! Let's go in! Enter the Gohn Ruins, heal at
the room with the beds before going downstairs to find Cid. A cutscene 
occurs.

-----------------------------

*Bartz pulls Cid off the wench*

Cid: Oo-err! My head's spinning...

*Mid comes in*

Mid: Grandpa! You okay?
Cid: I think I'm going to be sick...But first, the good news: While 
     researching, we found a couple more techniques...So, we can upgrade the
     airship with submarine functionality!
Bartz: Really!?
Cid: Of course! Nothing's impossible for me! Come on, Mid!
Mid: Yeah!

*In the wench-room of your airship, Cid and Mid are at work*

(At the top of the airship)

Mid: Shouldn't take much longer.
Krile: Wow, you two really work hard.
Mid: ...Grandpa blames himself for the world having ended up like this...
Krile: But...I mean, it's not like there's anything he could've done...
Mid: I know that...I think deep down, he knows it too. But that's why this 
     time, he's so used to see his machines used for peace.

*Cid comes up*

Cid: And that should do it!

*The rest of the party come*

Cid: Once you're in the water, press (down) then the A button, and the
     undersea world is yours!
Bartz: Thanks for everything, guys.
Cid: Bartz...I can't fight for beans. In fact, about all I'm good at is
     modifying machinery. Even so, I've tried to do everything I can to help
     you out. The rest is in your hands...
Bartz: Come on, guys!
Lenna; We can travel underwater now, right?
Faris: Aye. Now we can search  for the tablet beneath the waves...
Krile: Mid...Take good care of your grandpa.
Mid: You guys take care, too!
Bartz: No points in dawdling...Let's go!

-----------------------------

We haven't had a cutscene in a while lately, have we? Before we voyage to the
Great Sea Trench, where the third tablet is, let's go to the sunken Walse 
Tower, which sunk in World 1. It's the north-east flashy dot surrounded by
mountains if you check the map when underwater. Heal at the sub before
entering Walse Tower.

You have 7 minutes to get to the bottom (which is extremely easy). If you
remember the old Walse Tower, which you should, then you'll realize how easy
this is going to be. The monsters are all exactly the same as well, but 
they're darkened and you can only see their outline. The chest on the 5th 
floor will reset the 7 minute timer (not that you need it). At the first
floor, you'll notice a Crystal Shard. It's the one you couldn't get before.
But this time, you have to face a boss battle to get it!

==============================================================================
 Famed Mimic Gogo
\================/

HP - ?
Strength - 120
Defense - 30
Magic - 35
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gold Hairpin + Leather Armor
Treasure - Tiger Mask
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Very much like the Paladin battle in FFIV, all you have to
                 do is sit there, listen to it talk and do absolutely 
                 nothing. Go have a toilet break, have some cookies, maybe
                 a glass of Coke and come back. Yep, it'll cast Banish on 
                 itself. Goodbye!
                 
Difficulty: NA/10

==============================================================================

Afterwards, you'll recieve the Mime job! Now, that you have finished with the
boss, your timer will probably be pretty low. No need to worry, Teleport is 
all you need!

Check your World Map when underwater. You see that lone flashy dot at the
south-east section of the map? That's the great entrance to the Great Sea
Trench. That's where we're headed. Surface, fly, sink, enter. Heal at the 
bottom of your sub before exiting to the Great Sea Trench!

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage)
Lvl 44
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Mime       (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage,
Lvl 43
Abilities: !White
           !Time
           !Black

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard)
Lvl 44
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Summon
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				GREAT SEA TRENCH (8.9o)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Dragon Fang, Ether, Flame Ring, Kaiser Knuckles, Phoenix Down, 
             Water Scroll
Blue Magic: None
Bosses: Triton, Neried and Phobos
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

NOTE: All the monsters there are undead (Unknowns) and take little damage from
      weapons. You should suggest equipping !Sing in there, because you can 
      kill the whole groups of undead with 1 or 2 Requiems. Also good for 
      quick leveling and ABPfarming.

(thanks to Hunter for this info!)

Prepare for a very long ride, for the Great Sea Trench is very long and
tedious (er...no) Head south, following the path and you'll face your usual 
battle of two gargoyles. After you win, head inside the door.

Follow the one-way path until you reach a fork. Head south for a Water Scroll,
then head east and down the stairs. Here's a consecrated circle (quite early
on). Save (don't tell me you need to heal, please) before heading downstairs.

Press the skull-like switch for the path to be revealed. Follow the path, and
at the next switch, DON'T press it, for if you do, the path up will disappear
and you have to cast Float on everybody before heading into the lava and up. 
Walk through the gab at the north side of the room. There are a lot of 
switches here, but only one which you should press. Head down the stairs to
the landing below, and you see how the switches here create a sort of
triangle? Press the top switch. Head downstairs.

Make sure to have "Float" casted before heading into the lava. Head north for
a Dragon Fang, before proceeding south-east downstairs. Head all the way 
south for an Ether, before going up the stairs to the right and back down. Get
the Phoenix Down from within the chest up a platform, before heading up and
down the B7.

Wow, it's B7 already!? Um...wait...why's a dwarf here? Wait...this is the 
great Dwarven Kingdom! Wow...5 dwarves! What a...SPECTACULAR KINGDOM! There's
an armor and a weapon's shop. They're in the right door.

=======================
| Armor        | Cost |
=======================
|Crystal Shield|  9000|
|Crystal Helm  | 10500|
|Black Cowl    |  6500|
|Circlet       |  4500|
|Crystal Armor | 12000|
|Black Garb    |  9000|
|Black Robe    |  8000|
|White Robe    |  8000|
=======================

There is a weapons shop inside the armor shop. The dwarf behind the square
counter can be acessed in 4 ways:if you go in front or back of him and press
A, he sells you defense items; if you go to the left or right sides of the 
counter and press A, he sells you weapons:
 
========================
| Weapon        | Cost |
========================
|Gaia Hammer    | 12800|
|Morning Star   |  7800|
|Rune Bow       | 10000|
|Kiku-ichimonji | 14800|
======================== 

(thanks to Kevislash for this info)

Do you want to know where you are? Follow the south-west path down a LONG
track until you eventually reach a Dwarf. Talk to him and he'll show you your
current location. HOlY ****! We travelled that far already!? Head back along
the path :P, save at the consecrated circle and heal if necessary, before 
heading south and downstairs. Bye bye, Kingdom of Dwarves! (what happened 
since FFIV when the Kingdom of Dwarves was massive...?)

In this room, you can go down and recharge your Magic Lamp at the south 
alcove. Now head upstairs. Walk down the flight of stairs into a pit full of
lava. Ignore the chests for now, instead, walk south and press the switches.
Head north-east and press the switch there, and then head west through the
newly-opened door to a chest with Kaiser Knuckles! Now examine the chest left,
empty? and head north. 

Hooray! The tablet room! Grab that tablet...OINK! NAAAA...NIIII!!!??? More of
Exdeath's servants. Well, since they serve Exdeath, we have no sympathy for
them, so let's kill them!

==============================================================================
 Triton, Neried and Phobos
\=========================/

HP - 13333 (all)
Strength - 55, 54
Defense - 0, 0
Magic - 20 (all)
Magic Defense - 25 (all)
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir + Gold Needle (each)
Treasure - Iron Daft, Power Drink, Goliath Tonic
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: Summon Odin and hope to god he uses his Zantetsuken, for its
                 a OHKO! If you don't, then you're in a bit a predicament. 
                 3rd-tier magic and Bahamut all works well. For having 3 of 
                 them, this battle isn't that hard at all.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Great Sea Trench boss's if odin doesn't instant kill 
                       them cast doom claw till if effects all 3 then 1 
                       requiem song will beat all of them at once.
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

The third tablet is yours! Wait...something's inscribed on this tablet as 
well! YES!!! METEOR IS YOURS!!! Teleport out and rejoice, for Meteor is yours
at last...damn it's not as good as FFIV <_<...damn it's actually kind of crap
>_>...

It's back to Castle Kuza and 3 more Legendary Weapons.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage)
Lvl 44
Abilities: !Black
           !Summon

Lenna - Mime       (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage,
Lvl 43
Abilities: !White
           !Time
           !Black

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard)
Lvl 44
Abilities: Find Passages
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner)
Lvl 43
Abilities: !Summon
           Learning

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				THE GREAT SEA GOD, LEVIATHAN...(9.0p)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: 12000 gil, Aegis Shield, Air Knife, Artemis Bow, Enhancer, Ether,
             Fuma Shuriken Goliath Tonic, Phoenix Down, Protect Ring, Reflect
             Ring, Titan's Axe
Blue Magic: Level 3 Flare (Red Dragon)
Bosses: Leviathan
New Jobs: Cannoneer, Gladiator, Oracle
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

We still have quite some time before Exdeath, so if you're still weak, you
can still train :P. Let's get both the final summon and tablet, shall we? Head
over to Istory Waterfall and head south. Sink underwater. You should be very 
close to a flashy dot; that's our target. It's the yellow thingy we saw in the
first world. Heal at the sub before exiting. Follow the path around the cave 
and enter the waterfall.

Welcome to Istory Falls, the home of not only the final tablet, but the Great
Sea God, Leviathan. After you defeat those friggin' gargoyles, the final page
of the Sealed Tome will burn, and allow you to enter Istory Falls.

HOLY JACKAMOLY! Quite complicated no? Head up the stairs and follow the watery
path west, until you hit a dead end. Fall down the waterfall here and back up
a flight of stairs. Walk DOWN the stairs, left and up, fall down a waterfall
and you'll reach a chest with Ether. Fall back down and head UP this time.
Get the Turtle Shell from the chest.

Head back down the staircase and follow the path east, up another staircase,
east again and down to a chest with Air Knife! Now head back to the staircase
but don't go down, go up through the gap. At the fork, head down the RIGHT
staircase. Follow the path south to a Goliath Tonic. Cross the water to 
another platform. Follow the path into the water and get up at the next 
platform. Head north to a skull-switch. To get that treasure chest, you need
the Thief's ability "Sprint". Press the switch and sprint across for the 
Protect Ring. Now head south and downstairs.

Follow the path and at the fork walk north to a chest with Phoenix Down.
Continue south and at the next fork head left to a Reflect Ring. Now head 
right, follow the path and go downstairs. A consecrated circle's found here,
so heal'n'save. Head downstairs again.

Watch out for the cracks in this room, so proceed with caution. Follow the 
path down and through the central door. A lone chest with Artemis Bow is found
here. Before going downstairs, head west and down the stairs to a chest with
12000 gil. Head north now to the previous room, but this time you're at the
area which you couldn't go before and get the Enhancer from within the chest.
After all that, head downstairs.

There are three chests in this room, and there are skull-switches close to
each of them. Press the switches before getting the treasure inside each chest
because there's traps around them (or deactivating the traps). From the bottom
they contain Titan's Axe, Aegis Shield and Fuma Shuriken. Drop down one of the
holes around Titan's Axe to get to the bottom floor of Istory Falls.

Ah...the glorious music of the tablet room. Head down and claim the tablet as
your own! As you leave though, more of Exdeath's henchman arrive to steal the
tablet! Prepare for a boss ba-wait! Leviathan has arrived and it killed the
monster! Man, it's strong! Talk to Leviathan (it actually looks like Leviathan
this time, unlike in FFIV where it looked like an old man!) and you'll be able
to engage it in a fight.

==============================================================================
 Leviathan
\==========/

HP - 40000
Strength - 85
Defense - 25
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 15
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Reflect Ring
Type - Water

Battle Strategy: Since Leviathan is of the Water Type, it'll be vulrenable to
                 lighting, so use Thundaga! If not, then Bahamut and Odin will
                 do just fine. Watch out for Leviathan's feared Tidal Wave
                 attack, which should be easily countered with Curaga. If
                 you're super rich, then buy some Coral Rings; they'll absorb
                 his Tidal Wave attack. All in all, this is one of the easier
                 Leviathan battles.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Leviathan cast Thundaga once then mime it till it dies.
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

YES! That should be the last summon we'll get! Huh? You can't teleport!? 
NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...........hehehehehehehehe. I see...you can fall down the
waterfall at the bottom in this room and you're back outside. SWEEEEEEEET!!!!!
Fly over to Castle Kuza and claim your final Legendary Weapons!

As you try and exit, a scholar will come up and say that there was an
earthquake down south! Let's investigate! Fly down to the forest where Phantom
Village is, land in the water and travel south-west to bubbles. Sink and 
you'll be sucked in. Exit the submarine and head south...YOU'RE LOCKED IN!!!
Head south for three crystal shards. A random merchant comes in now explaining
the new jobs, and will be delighted to sell you some ammunition for the 
Cannoneer when he gets some from his "supplier". Get back in your submarine
heal, and guess where we're headed. That's right.......TRAINING!!!! The best
place for training...I dunno, but I headed towards the bottom of the South-
west continent, for it gave 1100 EXP after easy battles (slugs) and 3ABP to
boot!

After training, venture around the world getting anything you haven't got yet.
When I'm saying this, I mean Blue Magic. I'm not a big fan of Blue Magic, so
you might have to check out another guide to where the Blue Magic is found.

Next, it's time to stock up on supplies! For the Rift, you'll need quite a lot
of supplies, even if you're on a high level. You'll need a hell a lot of 
Cottages, I can say that! Once you've fully stocked up, head over to where
Castle Tycoon was (located to the continent connecting to Crescent by the 
north path) and you'll automatically be sucked into the Rift.

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 50
Abilities: !Finisher
           !Summon

Lenna - Mime       (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Oracle, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 50
Abilities: !White
           !Time
           !Finisher

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard,
                    Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 50
Abilities: !Finisher
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 50
Abilities: !Summon
           !Finisher

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				WITHIN THE RIFT (9.1q)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Blood Sword, Coral Ring, Cottage, Dark Matter, Dragon Fang, 
             Elixir X 2, Ether, Hermes Sandals, Lilith Rod, Rainbow Dress, 
             Red Slippers, Ribbon, Thor Hammer
Blue Magic: Level 4 Graviga (Level Checker), Self-Destruct (Grenade)
Bosses: Apanda, Alte Roite, Azulmagia, Calofisteri, Catastrophe, Halicarnassus
        Omega, Twintania
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

***NOTE: I STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU HAVE THE ABILITY "!FINISHER" FROM GLADIATOR

The first area of the rift is a desert with shifting tiles. Don't worry, the
shifting tiles won't cause you any commotion (unless you're a complete dumbass
which, if you were, you wouldn't have been able to get this far). Walk around
and into the water, until you reach a door. Watch as the remaining servants of
Exdeath give you a death speech, before going through.

This new area has the feel of "gardening ruins clock tower" or something. Head
down the lift thingy and into the next room. On either sides of this room are
chests, and there are four of them. They contain Ether, Cottage. Elixir and
Dark Matter. Exit at the south of the room.

Head south down the lift things and head right to three of those lift things.
Head up the rightmost one for a chest with Elixir, and then head up the left
one to reach the next room. There're two staircases in this room, head up the
right one for a chest with Blood Sword, then the left to the next room. Head
up the lift and exit.

The next area of the rift...Phantom Village!? You just came in through the 
door which you could open, but couldn't enter. Head up the left staircase and
you'll spot a guy. Try and talk to him. Can't eh? Wait, he's not even moving!
Good thing the pot still heals you though. Exit through the familiar passage.

Wow, nobody's moving at all! Its like a statue city. You know the way around
this city; if you don't, check the "Phantom Village' section in the guide.
Exit east of the inn.

Welcome to what seems like a "Forest of Moore" section. Head north until you
reach a chest with Dragon Fang. Walk west and around, head south for a chest
with Ribbon. Head south-east from there for a Lilith Rod.

I happened to notice that just before you encounter Calofisteri, if you head
southwest from the Lilith Rod, there is a chest with an Enhancer sword. 

(thanks to Eric for ths info!)

Proceed south from there to a tree with a hole in it. Examine the hole and 
it'll open up. Try and head inside and you'll be stopped by Calofisteri.

==============================================================================
 Calofisteri
\===========/

HP - 18000
Strength - 66
Defense - 50
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 30
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Reflect Ring + Plumed Hat
Treasure - Diamond Plate
Type - Magic Beast Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Two elemental finishers. Finished............................
                 .............................................................
                 or if you're not as lucky, just keep using Finishers until
                 she dies. She wastes a lot of turns draining your MP. 
                 
                 
Difficulty: 3/10

==============================================================================

In the section on the rift, after defeating calofisteri, you enter the classic
cave area. Just after the opening to the coral rings, at the end of the path 
is a room hidden by a waterfall where you have a chest with an angel ring.

(thanks to Chrisgn for this info!)

A new classical cave area. Follow the 1-way path down two flights of stairs,
downstairs, a long way east until you reach a gap. Head inside and up the 
stairs for a Coral Ring! Exit from the south-east. In this room there's a 
Consecrated Circle, and this early in the Rift I doubt you'll need to heal, so
just save. Afterwards, head downstairs.

In this area, there's an Omega wandering around. If you have saved at the
consecrated circle, then you may challenge Omega. Don't expect to beat him
though, Omega IS harder than Exdeath by a longshot. I've defeated him, 
flukishly, when my Dancer Dual-Wielded Spellblade Thundaga which hit for
9999 and 8878, after a lot of damage done with Spellblade and Rapid Fire.
Look at the strategy below to help beat Omega.

==============================================================================
 Omega
\=====/

HP - ?
Strength - 115
Defense - 190
Magic - 199
Magic Defense - 150
Gil - 50000
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Omega Badge
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: Dual-Wield + Spellblade Thundaga + Rapid Fire = Malfuctioned
                 Omega

Game2002 StrategyHave at least two people with Spellblade and Rapid Fire.Omega
                 is weak to lightning spells, but he comes with a built-in 
                 Reflect, so black magic won't work on him.  Use Thundaga 
                 Spellblade and Rapid Fire, and you can easily hit him 4 times
                 with over 5000 damage!  I told you to have at least two
                 people with the same abilities so that Omega will die faster.
                 It is important to equip Fire Rings and Ribbons so you can 
                 survive some of his fire-based attack and not get status 
                 effects, though his Rocket Punch can still confuse you. 
                 Casting Float is imporant also as his Earthquake can easily 
                 slay you. The most dangerous thing about Omega is his 
                 Encircle.  It can make a member disappear from the battle 
                 with no way to get him/her back until the fight ends. There
                 is no way to avoid this move, so pray that he doesn't uses it
                 There is no prize for defeating Omega, except for the Omega 
                 Proof to boast to people you defeated him.

Rufino's Strategy: btw, for the both Omegas, What I did is use Romeo's Ballad
                   with two characters while two other Rapid Fire. Omega MKII
                   and the Original one made no moves against me. I had the 
                   hermes sandals on everyone. 

Eric's Strategy: A good strategy for Omega would be to equip Hermes Sandals on
                 a bard/freelancer with !Sing and use Romeo's Ballad as 
                 previously stated by rufino, cast Carbuncle with a summoner,
                 and !Dualcast Thundaga on the party for massive damage. 
                                 
Difficulty: 9/10

==============================================================================

Whenever you hurt him, he'll use the Encircle/Missle/ other attack.  This 
is ONLY when you hurt him.

(thanks to anonymous for this info!)

This is the next area, a room with shelves of books! Examine the book on the
table for a boss fight!

==============================================================================
 Apanda
\======/

HP - 22200
Strength - 73
Defense - 23
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Ash
Treasure - Ash
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: Three elemental finishers. Finished..........................
                 .............................................................
                 of if you're not as lucky, hack at him away with Finishers, 
                 or Firaga and Bahamut. Finishers are still the best way to
                 end though. 

CrossFusionStarman: If you summon Ifrit during the battle, Apanda will waste 
                    one turn cowering in fear, which gives you some time to
                    attack him without retaliation.  
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

Leave the book open as it is. Read the two books on the top for some info on
monsters and Gigaflare. Now leave the room.

The next area...sort of looks like Edge's Lunar Ruin challenge in FFIV. Unlike
it, though, the invisible passages are MUCH MORE obvious. Walk to the very end
and enter the door to the next area.

This next area's a castle. Enter through the gates and you'll immediately be
inside. 

NOTE: This area contains an enemy known as the Iron Giant. Two elemental 
finishers will kill him, giving you 2500 EXP and 4 ABP! 

Head west through the bottom door and into the tower. There's a lone chest
here which has a Thor Hammer! Go back inside the castle and head all the way 
east and the bottom door and into the tower for a Hermes Sandal. Now walk back
to the castle.

There are two staircases back-to-back in the centre of the room. Head upstairs
via the TOP staircase. Here's the prison room. Walk to and unlock the the 
south-west cell. Talk to the occupant of the cell, answer yes and you'll be
thrown into another boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Azulmagia
\=========/

HP - 27900
Strength - 65
Defense - 30
Magic - 50
Magic Defense -  70
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Titan's Gloves + Elixir
Treasure - Black Cowl
Type - None

Battle Strategy: You know the strategy now. Finishers. End of story. If you
                 don't want to for some reason, or if you don't have it, cast
                 Bio on it, for it seems to be especially weak against it.

DanieruLynx's Strategy: Although for the boss 'Azulmagia', there's an 
                        alternate, quicker, and VERY fun way of killing him.
                        Y'see, if you cast Blue Magic on him, he retaliates 
                        with the same spell. Sooo cast Self-Destruct, and 
                        he'll blow himself to Hell! Boss fight over, =D
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

Afterwards, he'll become a Consecrated Circle. Suspicious isn't it? Don't 
worry, it's safe. Save, then (train WITH THE IRON GIANTS!!!) Now release the
occupants of the other cells to the right to face off against Alte Roite.

==============================================================================
 Alte Roite
\==========/

HP - 21000
Strength - 65
Defense - 35
Magic - 45
Magic Defense - 30
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dragon Lance + Turtle Shell
Treasure - Dragon Fang
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Finisher. Enuf said. After taking a lot of damage, it'll 
                 reveal its true form, the Jura Aevis. All you have to do is
                 watch out for the Breath Wing, and heal when necessary. Other
                 than that, FINISHER!!!
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

That's one, you have to face 3! And then the other 3 at the bottom cell :P.
Take the Red Slippers and the Rainbow Dress, before casting Float on everybody
and then face the grey spike-ball inside the north-eastern cell. Another boss
battle.

==============================================================================
 Catastrophe
\===========/

HP - 19997
Strength - 67
Defense - 40
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Cottage + Elixir
Treasure - Gold Needle
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Finisher. Enuf said. If your still so stubborn as to not use
                 it, then just attack it. I told you cast Float since it uses
                 Earth Shaker, which does a lot of damage to your whole party!

VeghEsther's Strategy: Catastrophe float before the battle + reflect ring 
                       equipped before hand then it will never use earthshaker
                       at all.
                 
Difficulty: 6/10

==============================================================================

Rescue the girl and she'll give you a big *smooch* to show her appreciation.
She'll run up the stairs. Follow her up the stairs until you're on the top of
the castle. Don't enter the centre door yet, head down the west staircase,
walk right, and down until you reach the chest in the cell you couldn't get
before. It has a Man-Eater within. Now go back through the centre door at the
top of the castle.

In the throne room, head down the staircase at the centre of the room and 
press the switch to unlock the door. Head back up to the throne room and head
west of the throne chair to a door. You're pushed back though! Try again and
this time you'll face a boss battle...against the girl who gave you the kiss!

==============================================================================
 Halicarnassus
\=============/

HP - 33333
Strength - 65
Defense - 10
Magic - 250
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Aegis Shield + Staff of Light
Treasure - Elven Mantle
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Finisher. How many times do I have to say it? When she casts
                 Ribbit on one of your party, take time to cure her of the
                 status ailment, before hacking away using Finishers.
                 
Difficulty: 6/10

==============================================================================

Now head through the door previously blocked and head up the stairs to the
top floor of the castle. Walk north and to fight the final battle of the Rift!

==============================================================================
 Twintania
\=========/

HP - 50000
Strength - 90
Defense - 30
Magic - 7
Magic Defense - 16
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Flame Shield + Phoenix Down
Treasure - Tinklebell
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This guy has a lot of health, so Finishers is a good option. 
                 But, if you don't want to, cast Holy or hack away with 
                 Excalibur and Holy Lance, they work just as good.

VeghEsther: Twin Tania Odin once gigaflare charges up can instant kill it.
                 
Difficulty: 7.5/10

==============================================================================

A bridge will appear, leading you to the entrance to the void.


MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !Finisher
           !Summon

Lenna - Mime       (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Oracle, Lvl 2 Gladiator, Lvl 1 Mime)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !White
           !Time
           !Finisher

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard,
                    Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !Finisher
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !Summon
           !Finisher

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				THE FINAL BATTLE AGAINST EXDEATH (9.2r)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Items Found: Elixir, Fuma Shuriken X 3, Ragnarok
Blue Magic: Mind Blast (Mind Flayer)
Bosses: Gilgamesh (fifth encounter), Shinryu, Necrophobe, Exdeath, Neo Exdeath
New Jobs: None
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

w00t! We're finally at the void, and after all that time! Head down the stairs
and right for a Fuma Shuriken. Walk left, down the stairs, around and back up
to...Gilgamesh!? I told you we'd meet him again. 

==============================================================================
 Gilgamesh (fifth encounter)
\===========================/

HP - ?
Strength - 109
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 35
Gil - 15
Experience - 0
Steal - Genji Shield
Treasure - Rune Bow
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Hack away at him and the battle will stop. After some convo,
                 where he'll display his true colours about the group, and 
                 leave. Make sure to steal his Genji Shield.
                 
Difficulty: NA/10

==============================================================================

Step on the blue teleporter where Gilgamesh was standing on, to be teleported
to the next area. Follow the path down to a chest with Fuma Shuriken. Follow 
the 1-way path around and head down the stairs for an Elixir. Stand on the 
next teleporter.

In this area, there's a chest, but DO NOT OPEN IT! It contains the monster
Shinryu, the monster the book before warned us about! I believe that Shinryu
is easier than Omega, for it doesn't have such a high evasion (WTF with 95?)
I have defeated Shinryu with both Finishers and Sword Dance, but if you want
a way to strategy to defeat it, look below.

==============================================================================
 Shinryu
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - 175
Defense - 60
Magic - 128
Magic Defense - 60
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dragon's Whisker + Dragon Fang
Treasure - Dragon Seal
Type - Dragon

Battle Strategy: Having at least 2 Dragon Lances is a good idea; they can be 
                 stolen from Crystal Dragons, but it's a rare steal.  Equip
                 the lances on someone who knows Duel Wield and Jump, then 
                 have that person use Jump on Shinryu and you can easily do
                 over 8000 damage to him twice, meaning 16,000!  Before you
                 fight him though, you MUST equip Coral Badge on everyone so
                 you can absorb his Tidal Wave rather than getting hit by it.
                 Another easy way to kill Shinryu is to cast Berserk on him 
                 so he won't use any magic, but you'll have to watch out 
                 for his high attack power now, so you defensive spells on 
                 your party.  For defeating him, you get the powerful sword
                 Ragnorok and the Dragon Seal for boasting to people you 
                 defeated Shinryu. 

Christian: I have found an easier way to defeat Shinryu. The problem in your
           strategy is that you have to steal the rare dragon lances. It is 
           easier to get 300000 Gil in the N-Zone. My strategy works without
           dragon lances but you need 300000 Gil to buy fumashurikans:
           You need  four coral rings,10-12 fumashurikan, everyone should have
           mastered the throw-ability and should be able to cast Quick. All 
           members of the party should be mimics. In the fight cast Quick and
           throw 2 fumashurikan. This is a damage about 14000-15000. If you 
           are quick and doing this 4-5 times then Shinryu  attacks at most 
           2 times.

My alternate strategy: Cast Berserk on Shinryu and keep up Golem. VERY cheap
                       way to defeat it, but it gets the job done.

Saxuallyapeasing: First, make sure everyone has coral rings and shields (or
                  two swords for your fighter[s]) equipped and is in the back
                  row. You have your fighter(s) wielding two swords charge up
                  Osmose with spellblade and rapid-fire. Have your white mage
                  character dual-cast Protect and Curaga when necessary with
                  your summoner casting Golem as needed.  Hastega is useful 
                  for the initial turns of sapping his MP, so I substituted a
                  fighter for a character with time magic. After the first 
                  two to four rapid-fires, his MP will be just about gone, and
                  he'll start physically attacking. This is where having 
                  shields and Golem come in real handy. Have your summoner 
                  dual-cast Golem and Odin (it's just as powerful as Bahamut 
                  in this fight), your white mage always healing, and switch 
                  your fighter(s) over to Flare spellsword. Don't attack with
                  Holy in any form, because Shinryu absorbs it.  Meteor is 
                  also near-useless.  Keeping up this pattern, you should be
                  able to take care of him without any problem. Note while it 
                  sounds similar to your Berserk strategy, it's much safer 
                  because it keeps his strength at bay.
                 
Difficulty: 9/10

==============================================================================

(thanks to Game2002 for this strategy!)

Head north, at the fork head left first to another chest with Fuma Shuriken 
before heading right to the next teleporter. Follow the path up until you 
reach two staircases. Climb the left mini-staircase to a green orb. Examine
it for a boss battle.

==============================================================================
 Necrophobe
\===========/

HP - 44044
Strength - 99
Defense - 50
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 50
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Thief's Gloves + Elixir
Treasure - Luminous Robe
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Wouldn't be annoying at all if it wasn't for his barriers.
                 Destroy his barriers with Bahamut + Mime, and then hack away
                 with Finishers. Gilgamesh will arrive near the end, and after
                 some convo, will self-destruct and kill Necrophobe. :'( 
                 GILGAMESH!!!!!!

VeghEsther's Strategy: Necrophobe steal the last genji armor piece once 
                       gilgamesh shows up.
                 
Difficulty: 6.5/10

==============================================================================

After the battle, Necrophobe will turn into a Consecrated circle. Save, for
the final battle is about to come.

Head up the right staircase now and into the teleporter. Walk up the very long
flight of stairs (tells you something doesn't it) and Exdeath is at the end.
A cutscene occurs before the boss battle.

-----------------------------

Exdeath: It took you long enough! But now you are too late! Mwa-ha-ha...
         Finally, it is in my grasp! The greatest power known to man...the 
         power to control the universe! The power of the Void!!!

*A tree appears at the back, and Exdeath is within*

Exdeath: I will crush all who stand in my way! I think I'll begin with your
         precious "friends"! I hope you'll enjoy watching your companions be
         sucked into the Void!!!

*The scene switches to the void sucking up Castle Bal, the Pirate's Hideout
and the Gohn Ruins*

Bartz: Stop it! Let them go!!!
Exdeath: Mwa-haha...And now you too will meet your end, inside the Void!!!

*A black hole appears, swallowing the group*

(In space...?)

???: Bartz! Stand up!

*Dorgann appears*

Bartz: ...Dad?
 
*Kelger and Xezat appear*

Bartz: Xezat! Kelger!

*Galuf appears*

Krile: Grandpa!
Bartz: Galuf!
Galuf: Enter the Dawn Warriors! Bartz! Lenna! Faris! Krile! We'll hold off the
       Void. You kids take care of Exdeath! The only ones who can save the 
       world from the power of darkness are the Warriors of Light! That's you!
       Now, go!!!

*Everybody appears back in front of the huge tree*

Exdeath: What!? Why is the power of the Void disappearing!? No matter-take 
         this!

*King Tycoon appears at the top*

Lenna: Father!
Faris: Papa!

*The other Dawn Warriors appear*

Dorgann: Now!
Galuf: This is it!
Xezat: Take your chance...
Kelger: Destroy Exdeath!
King Tycoon: Onward, Light Warriors!!!

-----------------------------

Walk up to fight the antagonist of the whole story, for the final time...
EXDEATH!!!

==============================================================================
 Exdeath
\========/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: Finishers, end of story. This battle is surprisingly easy,
                 with high levels and Finishers. 5 Elemental Finishers is all
                 it takes. If you don't want to fight Neo Exdeath later, 
                 (which is without doubt the hardest boss you'll face in 
                 FFV's main walkthrough...except for Omega and Shinryu) have
                 a Cannoneer combine a Blitzshot and Dark Matter, creating 
                 Chaos Cannon, which will destroy it and it won't be sucked 
                 into the Void, replaced by Neo Exdeath.
                 
Difficulty: 6/10

==============================================================================

If you didn't beat Exdeath with Chaos Cannon, then prepare for the hardest 
boss figth in FFV!

==============================================================================
 Neo Exdeath
\===========/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: This looks so much cooler than Zeromus did in FFIV. Oh well,
                 Zeromus still OWNS his ass. There are four parts, so for once 
                 Finishers aren't that effective. Summon Bahamut, Leviathan,
                 Mime, until they all die. It is very recommeneded that for 
                 at least 1 of your people, maybe even two, to not attack and
                 heal and cure status ailments, for Neo Exdeath's Grand Cross
                 will stone a few, if not all, party members. Repeat until 
                 it's destroyed. I made it sound a bit easy, eh? Just wait and
                 see...

Zeroshiki's Strategy: To make things even easier, you should earn the double-
                      cast skill to cast Bahamut twice or Bahamut then curaga
                      (no Mp cost for lots of damage and constant healing ^_^)
                      Of course this requires that all of your party members 
                      are mimes and you have good equipment.  my characters 
                      were all level 56.  Lenna was my caster of choice so I 
                      gave her some Hermes sandals. It worked pretty well for
                      my first fight against Neo ExDeath.
           
Difficulty: 9/10

==============================================================================

For beating Neo Exdeath (or Exdeath with Chaos Cannon), you'll be rewarded 
with a cutscene.

=============================

In the beginning,
there was only the Void...

But from the Void
came four essences.
They formed the Crystals,
and the world was born.

Hope blessed the earth

Courage blazed into flame

Care and devotion turned
water into the seeds of life

The passion for knowledge spread
intelligence and wisdom on the winds

If ever the Void threatens to 
engulf the world,
so long as the four essences
still exist in man,
light will be born anew.

The four essences shall
rise from the Void
and weave the light
once again.

=============================

*NOTE: The following cutscenes vary from how many people survived the fight. 
My Bartz died, which resulted in the following. I'll get the other cutscenes
soon!*

If all four of your characters are alive, then the ending will show them all 
leaving the void, then a year later one of them will write Cid and Mid a 
letter saying what all four of them have been doing since the fight, then 
there will be flashbacks for all four characters plus Galuf, then they'll 
all reunite at the Elder Tree. 

If at least one character is dead at the end of the fight, then the ending ]
will show the characters who are still alive leaving the void, but the ones 
who are dead will be left behind.  The letter to Cid and Mid will say what the
characters who lived have been doing since the fight, but obviously it won't 
be able to say what the characters who died have been doing.  There will be
flashbacks for the characters who died only (and there won't be a flashback 
for Galuf).  Then the characters who lived will reunite at the Elder Tree, 
and there the characters who died will be brought back to life. 

(thanks to kupo_234 for this!)

-----------------------------

(In space...)

*Bartz wakes Krile and they wake Lenna and Faris*

Bartz: The Void is still here...
Krile: But-but we beat Exdeath!
Lenna: Is it because the crystals are all gone?
Faris: The world will be engulfed by the Void...

*The crystal power ignites from them*

*New crystals are created where the tablets were, (except for the Island
Shrine) and the towns that were sucked into the Void appear back on the world*

Bartz: The world...it's being reborn...
Lenna: And the crystals as well...
Bartz: There was still power remaining in the crystal shards.
Krile: Thank goodness...
Bartz: Lenna...Faris...Krile...It's because you took such good care of the 
       shards...
Lenna: Don't forget yourself, Bartz.
Krile: Or Grandpa!
Lenna: Now, wind will return to Tycoon...
King Tycoon: Correct, my dear.

*The dawn warriors and King Tycoon appear at the top*

Bartz: Dad...
Krile: Grandpa...
Lenna: Father...
Faris: Papa...
Bartz: Kelger, and Xezat...
King Tycoon: The world still needs you.
Galuf: It's too early for you kids to be meeting us!
Dorgann: Go, return to your world...the one you saved!

*They disappear*

*A wind drake appears to send them home*

Bartz: But...sleepy...

*The girls are drifting to the wind drake, Bartz is still where he was*

Girls: No-come on, grab on! Don't fall asleep! You won't be able to get back!
Bartz: That last fight...totally drained me...

*The girls are drifting farther and farther away from Bartz*

*The crystal forms in the Island Shrine*

???: Grandpa!

(In Gohn Ruins)

Mid: A letter's arrived.

Letter: Cid, Mid, how are you? It's Lenna. Somehow, we were saved...

(The wind drake drops the girls off at Castle Bal)

Letter: Feels like that fight was just a bad dream...Since then, I've
        travelled all over. Seems like everything's become peaceful, like
        before. The chancellor was so worried when I was away that now he 
        won't let me out of his sight...However, Faris seems worried about her
        pirate crew. Everyone in Bal is worried, since they have no heir to
        the throne...Maybe Krile will become queen...Pretty crazy, huh! Ha ha
        ha! The wind has returned to Tycoon. I know that somewhere, Father is
        watching...Oh! Boko and Koko had children! Baby chocobos are the 
        cutest! You simply must go see them! Still, Boko wanted to show his
        kids to Bartz most of all...It's been a year since then...I think I'm
        gonna go back there...back where my friends rest...If...if any of the
        others happens to ask about me...No. I'm sure they'll come. Tell them
        I can't wait to meet again...

Mid: Huh...wonder what happened to him.

*Shows flashbacks of Bartz*

Cid: Were you really sucked into the Void? Hmm? What was that? Could swear I 
     hear something...No need to be here yet...or maybe I'm just getting old?

(At the Guardian Tree)

*Lenna puts flowers by the Guarding Tree*

Lenna: If Galuf hadn't come through that time, I...The crystals have been
       restored, and everything's peaceful. But...for some reason, I'm sad...
       I guess it's just that...It's because Bartz isn't here, I suppose. Eh-
       Galuf? Is that you?

*A light shines down, causing flowers to bloom, and Bartz floats down*

Lenna: You're alive!
Galuf: Told you, didn't I? Wasn't your time to come to where we were.
Bartz: At the end...After the battle with Exdeath, I had nothing left...I 
       didn't have the strength to escape from the Void. I could see you guys
       go farther and farther away, until you were just tiny little lights...
       Then, little by little, I started feeling better. But then I heard 
       Dad's voice calling me...
Galuf: Wasn't your time to come to where we were.
Faris: The crystals have regained their power. This time it's up to us to 
       protect them.
Bartz: Like Dad and the others did...
Lenna: Say, do you hear that?
Faris: ...Aye, that I do.
Krile: Grandpa's voice...?
Bartz: No...just the wind through the trees.
Lenna: The rippling of the water...?
Faris: Just the crackling of flames...
Krile: The settling of the earth...
Bartz: Dunno...I'm not sure what it is, but...
Faris: I can hear it...
Lenna: Yes...Something warm...Let's go!

*Bartz, Lenna and Faris get on chocobos, while Krile rides on a wind drake*

-----------------------------

That wasn't even CLOSE to the great ending cutscene of FFIV. They had to ruin
the game just a tiny bit with a crap ending cutscene.

ENJOY The CREDITS!!! :P MWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

*****WALKTHROUGH COMPLETE*****

The only thing left of the game is the Bonus Dungeon. Have fun...!!!

MY LEVELS
===========

Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 6 Summoner, Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 6 B.Mage,
                    Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 2 Ranger, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3
                    Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !Finisher
           !Summon

Lenna - Mime       (Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 6 W.Mage, Lvl 4 Beastmaster, Lvl 6 
                    Knight, Lvl 5 T.Mage, Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl
                    3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Oracle, Lvl 2 Gladiator, Lvl 1 Mime)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !White
           !Time
           !Finisher

Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 6 Theif, Lvl 6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 
                    6 B.Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard,
                    Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !Finisher
           !Black

Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 4 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Bard,
                    Lvl 5 B.Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 51
Abilities: !Summon
           !Finisher

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				CHARACTERS (10.0s)
==============================================================================

The characters section! Here you have information (from me, not any other
resource) of nearly all the characters of the game! I have put them in
alphabetical order for your convenience. 

If you feel there is a character which should be mentioned here but I didn't
put him/her, please send me an email to dark_gta201@hotmail.com regarding the
person. 

NOTE: More detailed biographies coming soon!

***NOTE: THIS SECTION WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS***
===============================================

 Bartz
========

Desc: The main character of FFV. He's the son of Dorgann, one of the Dawn
      Warriors. Since Dorgann's death 3 years ago, he's been riding on the
      back of his dearly beloved chocobo, Boko, and together they've been
      exploring the world, just as his dying father wanted.


 Boko
=======

Desc: Bartz's best friend and a chocobo, Bartz and Boko have been together
      for a very long period of time. They care for each other deeply, and
      while they might have the occasional fight or squabble, they'll still
      come around and still be best friends. While Boko was in the care of
      the pirates, he meets a female chocobo named Koko, and together they
      have baby chocobos!

 Cid
======

Desc: The person that created the machine to amplify the crystal's power.
      He got locked up because the people of Karnak saw him fiddling with the
      machine. He blames himself for the destruction of the crystals, and
      helps the party immensely by building airships or fixing up mechanic
      stuff. He's a great scholar.

 Dorgann
==========

Desc: One of the four Dawn Warriors, he's also Bartz's father. After 
      reluctantly sealing Exdeath in another world, his conscience got the
      better of him, and he chose to stay to watch over Exdeath's seal. He
      fell mysteriously ill three years ago and past away.

 Exdeath
==========

Desc: An evil warlock set on merging the worlds together to control the void
      that was sealed between them. Is extremely powerful and believes himself
      to be the strongest person in the world.

 Enuo
=======

Desc: An evil warlock like Exdeath, but was fought a millenium ago, not 30, 
      and was only sealed with the power of the Legendary Weapons. Enuo is
      suggested to be a lot stronger than Exdeath and much more evil. (and 
      much cooler looking)

 Faris
=======

Desc: When she was young, she was thrown overboard on a ship and was rescued
      by pirates. Instead of being scared and crying, she stood her ground and
      joined them. Not wanting to be the only girl in the crew, she wore a 
      man's overalls everyday, trying to hide the fact that she's a girl. She
      then became the Captain of the crew. Her pendant on her neck is a half
      of another, and the other belongs to her true family. After finding 
      Lenna to be the bearer of the second half, and learns that Lenna's
      father, King Tycoon, is at the Wind Shrine, she displays a change of
      character and helps the main crew.

 Galuf
=======

Desc: One of the four Dawn Warriors who sealed Exdeath 30 years ago. He's 
      getting weaker and more paranoid at old age, but that doesn't mean he
      can't pack a punch! Forgetting his true identity, but remembering his
      goal to get to the Wind Shrine, he sets out with our heroes towards the
      Wind Shrine, and hopefully recover his lost memories.

 Gilgamesh
============

Desc: Exdeath's loyal servant, he loves fighting and falsely mocking people
      when fighting. Sometimes, he enjoys fighting too much that he forgets
      his main task, which led to Exdeath banishing him. Over time, Gilgamesh
      turned to really like Bartz and the group, and wanted to explore the 
      world with them, as five. (I wish we could've, Gilgamesh is sick!) 
      In the battle with Necrophobe, Gilgamesh gives his regards to the team,
      and self-destructs to kill Necrophobe. 

 Ghido
========

Desc: An ancient "sage" who kept the seal on Exdeath for 500 years. Not those
      "old men wearing long cloaks" type of guys, but rather...a turtle. He
      has a short temper and goes crazy when people poke him for fun.

 Jenica
=========

Desc: A person whose served the castle for a long time, and who has looked
      after the two princess'.

 Kelger
=========

Desc: One of the four Dawn Warriors who sealed away Exdeath. He's a werewolf
      and prides himself over his Lupine attack.

 Krile
========

Desc: Galuf's granddaughter, she is just as enthusiastic and energetic as her
      grandfather, if not more. She has a mysterious ability to talk with 
      moogles, and deeply cares for her wind drake. She joins the heroes after
      the death of her beloved grandfather, and replaces him as one of the 
      four new Dawn Warriors.

 King Tycoon
=============

Desc: The current king of Tycoon. After he senses that something is wrong 
      with the wind, he immediately departs for the Wind Shrine. Unfortunately
      for him, he got possessed by Exdeath there, and was given the task of
      destroying the other crystals. 

 Lenna
=======

Desc: The princess of Tycoon. She is very caring and nice to everybody she
      meets, and can sometimes be seen trying to reason with the sort of 
      people nobody else would even approach! After King Tycoon, her 
      father, went on a journey to the Wind Shrine, she tries to follow him
      but gets caught by goblins, until she's rescued by Bartz.

 Mid
======

Desc: A very enthusiastic boy, grandson of Cid, who wants to follow in his
      grandfather's footsteps. He's a bit too energetic for a kid, and is
      always looking for solutions, no matter how hard they are.

 Stella
========

Desc: Bartz's mother. Not much is known about her, except she gave birth to
      Bartz (well obviously)


 Xezat
=======

Desc: One of the four Dawn Warriors, he's a great swordsmen and is the King of
      Surgate. It is also suggested that he's very intelligent, and that he 
      used to sing songs (or still does).
 
 Zok
=====

Desc: Built the Torna Canal and is friends with Lenna.

==============================================================================
				ITEMS (11.0t)
==============================================================================

Here I have listed all the items which can be/are used in this game. I have
put them in alphabetical order for you convenience.

If there is an item which I forgot to add, please send me an email to
dark_gta201@hotmail.com regarding that item.

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				BATTLE ITEMS (11.1u)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(to be continued)

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				HELP ITEMS (11.2v)
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(to be continued)

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				RARE ITEMS (11.3w)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

"Rare" Items are those that you can't sell, and which do nothing in battle.
You need them though to progress through the story.

Galuf's Bangle
===============
Desc - Memento of Galf

Pendant
========
Desc - Lenna's Pendant

Pendant 
========
Desc - Faris' Pendant

Whisperweed
============
Desc - Myserious grass that can transmit sound over long distances

Guardian Branch
================
Desc - Branch of the Guardian Tree from the Great Forest of Moore

Sealed Tome
============
Desc - Book describing how to locate the four tablets that destroy the seals
       on the legendary weapons

World Map
==========
Desc - Map of the world

Dungeon Key
============
Desc - Key to the cells beneath the Sealed Temple

==============================================================================
				MAGIC (12.0x)
==============================================================================

Great, loveable magic. Here you have descriptions (from me, not any other
resource) of all the magic in the game.

If there is a magic spell which I forgot to add, please send me an email to
dark_gta201@hotmail.com regarding the magic spell.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				WHITE MAGIC (12.1y)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

White Magic is basically "aid" magic. It focuses on healing, but it does a lot
more than that. They can make allies stronger, cure status ailments, and some 
even cause harm to the enemy! Always have at least 1 person that can cast 
White Magic.

-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 1

Cure 
=====
MP - 4
Desc - Cures a small amount of damage
Bought/Found - Carwen, Jachol, Karnak and Tule

Libra
======
MP - 1 
Desc - Checks enemies level/HP/Weakness
Bought/Found - Jachol, Karnak and Tule

Poisana
========
MP - 2 
Desc - Cures poison for 1 member
Bought/Found - Carwen, Jachol, Karnak and Tule
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 2

Silence
========
MP - 2 
Desc - Stops enemy using magic
Bought/Found - Carwen, Jachol and Karnak

Protect
========
MP - 3 
Desc - Receive less physical damage to a member of party
Bought/Found - Carwen, Jachol and Karnak

Mini
=====
MP - 5 
Desc - Makes enemy small so he can do minimal (usually 1-20) damage
Bought/Found - Gohn Ruins
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 3

Cura
=====
MP - 9 
Desc - Cures slighty more than Cure
Bought/Found - Jachol and Karnak

Raise 
======
MP - 29
Desc - Revives one party member from Knock Out (KO'Ed)
Bought/Found - Jachol and Karnak

Confuse
========
MP - 4
Desc - Confuses an ememy so it attacks its own team mates
Bought/Found - Jachol and Karnak
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 4

Blink
======
MP - 6 
Desc - Evasion is raised for 1 member
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate

Shell
======
MP - 5 
Desc - Receive less magical damage to a member of party
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate

Esuna
======
MP - 10 
Desc - Restores all status problems except KO'Ed and Zombiefied
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Karnak Castle, Lix, Moore, Quelb,
               Regole and Surgate
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 5

Curaga 
=======
MP- 27 
Desc - Restores a lot of damage (My Tip: Use on all four at 
       once (Heals up to 1000 each player))
Bought/Found - Moore

Reflect
========
MP - 15
Desc - Reflect magical attacks back at opponent (This includes
       cure/esuna etc. if you use it)
Bought/Found - Moore

Berserk
========
MP - 8
Desc - Makes one player berserk (Game controls them)
Bought/Found - Moore
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 6

Arise
======
MP - 50
Desc - Revives one player and then restores to max HP
Bought/Found - Comes default when level 6 is reached

Holy 
=====
MP - 20
Desc - Causes large holy damage
Bought/Found - Fork Tower

Dispel
======
MP - 12 
Desc - Dispels all magic effects
Bought/Found - Phantom Village
-----------------------------------------------------------

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				BLACK MAGIC (12.2z)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Now we get to the Black Magic. The complete opposite of White, it attacks, not
heals. All Black Magic will harm the enemy, regardless of how minute it would
be, and is always good to have at least 1 Black Mage in the party. Not as
necessary as a White Mage, but is steal one of the most useful abilites in the
game.

-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 1

Fire
=====
MP - 4 
Desc - Cause small fire damage
Bought/Found - Carwen, Karnak and Tule

Thunder
========
MP - 4 
Desc - Cause small thunder damage
Bought/Found - Carwen, Karnak and Tule

Blizzard
=========
Mp - 4 
Desc - Cause small ice damage
Bought/Found - Carwen, Karnak and Tule
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 2

Poison
=======
MP - 2 
Desc - Poisons an enemy (low hit)
Bought/Found - Comes default when Level 2 is reached

Sleep 
======
MP - 3 
Desc - Puts an enemy to sleep (low hit)
Bought/Found - Carwen and Karnak

Toad
=====
MP - 8
Desc - Inflicts toad on an enemy
Bought/Found - Istory and Phantom Village
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 3

Fira
=====
MP - 10 
Desc - Cause medium fire damage
Bought/Found - Karnak

Blizzara
=========
MP - 10 
Desc - Cause medium ice damage
Bought/Found - Karnak

Thundara
=========
MP - 10 
Desc - Cause medium thunder damage
Bought/Found - Karnak
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			LEVEL 4

Drain
======
MP - 13 
Desc - Drain an enemy's HP
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate

Break
======
MP - 15
Desc -  Makes one enemy pertrified (Stone)
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate

Bio
====
MP - 16 
Desc - Cause large damage and poisons
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 5

Firaga
=======
MP - 25 
Desc - Cause large fire damage
Bought/Found - Moore

Blizzaga
========
MP - 25 
Desc - Cause large ice damage
Bought/Found - Moore

Thundaga
========
MP - 25
Desc - Cause large thunder damage
Bought/Found - Moore
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			LEVEL 6

Flare 
======
MP - 39 
Desc - Causes a large flare to do quite large damage
Bought/Found - Fork Tower

Death
======
MP - 29 
Desc - Causes instant death to one enemy 
Bought/Found - Phantom Village

Osmose
=======
MP - 1
Desc - Steals MP from 1 enemy (Don't use in hard battles, waste of turn)
Bought/Found - Phantom Village
-----------------------------------------------------------

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				TIME MAGIC (12.3a)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Time Magic is a mix between White and Black. There are those which can heal,
like Regen, and there are those than can attack like Gravity and Meteor. 
(that's right, METEOR, get a Time Mage NOW!). Very useful to have in the party
and is highly recommended.

-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 1

Speed
======
MP - 1 
Desc - Makes the speed of battle quicker
Bought/Found - Phantom Village and Walse Castle

Slow 
=====
MP - 3 
Desc - Makes one enemy take longer between moves
Bought/Found - Istory, Karnak and Walse 

Regen
======
MP - 3 
Desc - Slowly regenerates one of you members HP
Bought/Found - Istory, Karnak and Walse 
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			LEVEL 2

Mute
=====
MP - 3 
Desc - Stops EVERYONE both ally and enemy from using magic
Bought/Found - Istory, Karnak and Walse 

Haste
=====
MP - 5 
Desc - Makes one ally take shorter between moves
Bought/Found - Istory, Karnak and Walse 

Float
=====
MP - 10
Desc - Makes an ally float to avoid harmful surfaces (such as lava)
       and to dogde earth-based attacks (like earthquake)
Bought/Found - Phantom Village and Surgate Castle
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 3

Gravity 
========
MP - 9 
Desc - Halves one of you enemy's HP
Bought/Found - Istory and Karnak

Stop
=====
MP - 8 
Desc - Completely stop an enemy from moving for a short time
Bought/Found - Istory and Karnak

Teleport
=========
MP - 15 
Desc - Escape from battle/Escape from dungeon
Bought/Found - Istory and Karnak
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			LEVEL 4

Comet
======
MP - 7 
Desc - Makes comets come down on one enemy
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate

Slowga
======
MP - 9 
Desc - Makes all enemies take longer between moves
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate

Return
=======
MP - 1 
Desc - Returns to the start of battle (if you are about to die, use this)
Bought/Found - Castle Bal, Moore, Quelb, Regole and Surgate
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 5

Graviga
========
MP - 18 
Desc - Destroys 7/8 of a targets MAX HP
Bought/Found - Moore

Hastega
========
MP - 15 
Desc - Makes all allies take shorter between moves
Bought/Found - Moore


Old
===
MP - 4
Desc - Inflicts old on an enemy
Bought/Found - Moore
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			LEVEL 6

Meteor
=======
MP - 42
Desc - Causes 4 meteors to hit and strike enemies
Bought/Found - Great Sea Trench 

Quick
======
MP - 77
Desc -  Stops time for everyone except caster, gives the caster one free turn
Bought/Found - Phantom Village

Banish
=======
MP - 20 
Desc - Banishes an enemy into the rift
Bought/Found - Phantom Village
-----------------------------------------------------------

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				BLUE MAGIC (12.4b)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Blue Magic are abilities of monsters which you have learned. Note that not 
every ability can be learnt, only a select few. Blue Magic is another 
high recommendation, but unlike the others, it cannnot be bought, and it might
be annoying to get them, especially without the "Control" ability. Useful, but
this game can be beaten without them.

After countless emails wanting it, I've finally put together where you can get
the blue magic from in earliest (the first place you can get it), the latest
(where you can get if after you beat the game) and other (other monsters that
have the spell).

-----------------------------------------------------------
Doom
=====
MP - 10
Desc - Curses a single target to die in 30 seconds

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Exdeath in World 2
Latest - Unknown (fifth type) in the Great Sea Trench
Other - Azulmagia, The Damned
-----------------------------------------------------------
Roulette
=========
MP - 1
Desc - Randomly kills 1 person (can be ally or enemy)

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Parthenope in Phoenix Tower
Latest - Death Dealer in the Rift
Other - Azulmagia
-----------------------------------------------------------
Aqua Breath
============
MP - 38 
Desc - Uses bubbles to surround and damage all enemies

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Dhorme Chimera in the desert near Karnak, World 1
Latest - Aquagel in Istory Falls
Other - Azulmagia, Bahamut, Crystal, Gogo, Leviathan, Manticore
-----------------------------------------------------------
Level 5 Death
==============
MP - 22
Desc - Casts Death on enemies whose level is a multiple of 5

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Page 64 in the Library of the Ancients
Latest - Executioner in the Island Shrine
Other - Azulmagia, Level Checker, Level Trickster
-----------------------------------------------------------
Level 4 Graviga
================
MP - 9
Desc - Casts Graviga on enemies whose level is a multiple of 4

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Ghidra in Gohn, the Flying Ruins
Latest - Executioner in the Island Shrine
Other - Azulmagia, Level Checker, Level Trickster
-----------------------------------------------------------
Level 2 Old 
============
MP - 11
Desc - Casts old on enemies whose level is a multiple of 2

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Level Trickster in the Barrier Tower
Latest - Executioner in the Island Shrine
Other - Azulmagia, Level Checker, Magic Dragon, Shinryu
-----------------------------------------------------------
Level 3 Flare
==============
MP - 18
Desc - Casts Flare on enemies whose level is a multiple of 3

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Red Dragon in the Barrier Tower
Latest - Executioner in the Island Shrine
Other - Azulmagia, Archeosaur, Exdeath, Level Checker, Level
        Trickster, Shinryu
-----------------------------------------------------------
Pond's Chorus
=============
MP - 5
Desc - Inflicts an enemy with toad status

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Elf Toad in Walse Castle and Tower
Latest - Lemure in the Phoenix Tower
Other - Archeotoad, Farfarello, Korngao
-----------------------------------------------------------
Lilliputan Lyric
=================
MP - 5
Desc - Inflicts mini on the enemy

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Minimage in the Forest of Moore
Latest - Cherie in the Phoenix Tower
Other - Farfarello, Mykale, Vilia
-----------------------------------------------------------
Flash
======
MP - 7
Desc - Blinds enemies

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Headstone in the North Mountain
Latest - Parthenope in the Phoenix Tower
Other - Azulmagia, Crewdust, Neon, Necrophobe, Parthenope,
        Orukat, Ramuh, Stone mask 
-----------------------------------------------------------
Time Slip
==========
MP - 9
Desc - Causes sleep and old status on one enemy

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Traveller in the Barrier Tower
Latest - Cherie in the Phoenix Tower
Other - Azulmagia
-----------------------------------------------------------
Moon Flute
===========
MP - 3
Desc - Causes berserk status for all allies

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Page 256 in the Library of the Ancients
Latest - Mykale on the overworld of World 3
Other - Jackanapes
-----------------------------------------------------------
Death Claw
===========
MP - 21
Desc - Brings one enemy to the point of death. Causes paralysis.

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Iron Claw at the Fire Ship
Latest - Objet d'Art in the Castle Bal's basement
Other - Azulmagia, Soul Eather, Strapparer, Treant
-----------------------------------------------------------
Aero 
=====
MP - 4
Desc - Deals small wind damage.

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Moldwynd in the Wind Shrine
Latest - Mykale on the overworld of World 3
Other - Azulmagia, Defeater, Gigas, Magissa
-----------------------------------------------------------
Aera
=====
MP - 10
Desc - Deals medium wind damage.

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Gigas in Karnak Castle
Latest - Enchanted Fan in the Sunken Walse Tower
Other - Abductor, Azulmagia, Enkidu, Galajelly, Page 32
-----------------------------------------------------------
Aeroga
=======
MP - 24
Desc - Deals large wind damage.

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Enchanted Fan in Ghido's Cave
Latest - Cherie in the Phoenix Tower
Other - Azulmagia, Baldanders, Crystal, Elm Gigas, Magic Dragon
-----------------------------------------------------------
Flame Thrower
==============
MP - 5
Desc - Englufs one enemy in flames.

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Prototype south-west of Crescent on an isolated island
           in World 1
Latest - Great Dragon in the Rift (water cave section)
Other - Flame Thrower, Mecha Head, Mindflayer, Omega
-----------------------------------------------------------
Goblin Punch
=============
MP - 0
Desc - Attacks an enemy with a goblin's punch

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Goblin in anywhere before Ship Graveyard
Latest - Nix in the ocean
Other - Azulmagia, Black Goblin, Gilgamesh (second encounter),
        Gobbledygook, Sahagin       
-----------------------------------------------------------
Dark Spark
===========
MP - 27
Desc - Halves an enemy's level

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Black Flame south-west of Crescent on an isolated island
           in World 1
Latest - Shadow on the overworld of World 3
Other - Azulmagia, Druid, Strapparer
-----------------------------------------------------------
Off Guard
==========
MP - 19
Desc - Reduces targets defense

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Page 256 in the Library of the Ancients
Latest - Shadow on the overworld of World 3
Other - Azulmagia, Magic Dragon, Page 256, The Damned, Ziggurat
        Gigas
-----------------------------------------------------------
Transfusion
============
MP - 13
Desc - Sacrifices caster to completely restore an ally's HP and MP

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Calcruthi in the Ship's Graveyard
Latest - Unknown (type two) in the Great Sea Trench
Other - Birostris, Devilfish, Mover, Mythril Dragon
-----------------------------------------------------------
Mind Blast
===========
Desc - Attacks one enemy and causes paralysis and sap status

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Wendigo
Latest - Mindflayer in the Void
Other - Azulmagia, Twintania
-----------------------------------------------------------
Vampire
========
MP - 2
Desc - Absorbs HP from one enemy

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Steel Bat in the Pirate's Hideout
Latest - Shadow on the overworld of World 3
Other - Azulmagia, Abductor, Blood Slime, Dark Aspic, Dechirer, 
        Mercury Bat, Python, Zombie Dragon
-----------------------------------------------------------
Magic Hammer
=============
MP - 3 
Desc - Halves the enemies MP

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Byblos in the Library of the Ancients
Latest - Drippy in Drakenvale
Other - Apanda, Azulmagia
-----------------------------------------------------------
Mighty Guard
=============
MP - 72
Desc - Casts Protect, Shell, and Levitate on all allies

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Stingray in the ocean
Latest - Ironclad in the Sealed Temple. Charm him.
            (thanks to Sk8er_Boy666 for this!)
Other - Azulmagia, Neo Shinryu
-----------------------------------------------------------
Self Destruct
==============
MP - 1
Desc - Sacrifices caster to deal enormous damage to an enemy

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Motor Trap in Fire Ship
Latest - Grenade in Sealed Temple
Other - Bomb, Prototype, Purobolos, Unknown (type four)
-----------------------------------------------------------
???
====
MP - 3
Desc - Does (Max HP - Current HP) to an enemy
(thanks to jelly_man24 for the info!)

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Wild Nakk in the forests near Karnak
Latest - Wild Nakk in the plains south-east of the Island
         Shrine, blocked off by mountains (airship)
Other - None
-----------------------------------------------------------
1000 Needles
=============
MP - 25
Desc - Deals 1000 damage to one enemy

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Lamia in Gohn, the Flying Ruins
Latest - Mykale on the overworld of World 3
Other - ???
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White Wind
===========
MP - 28
Desc - Restores each party member's health equivalent to the casters HP

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Enchanted Fan in Gohn, the Ronka Ruins
Latest - Enchanted Fan in Rift
Other - White Flame in the Forest section of the Rift
       (kudos to Sk8er_Boy666 for pointing this out!)
        Dark Elementals in Sealed Temple. Get hit by Aeroga and
        Control for White Wind (kudos to Tsunao!)
-----------------------------------------------------------
Missile
========
MP - 7
Desc - Attacks an enemy with a missile

Obtained through
-----------------
Earliest - Motor Trap in Fire Ship
Latest - Omega in Rift
Other - Enkidu, Prototype, Rocket Launcher
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				SUMMONS (12.5c)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Summoners have the ability to summon monsters to aid them in battle, but 
unlike W/Bla/T/Blu, you have to fight the monster and beat it for it to be
available (exception for the first 3). Summons are incredibly useful and 
powerful, so get one.

-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 1

Chocobo (Choco Kick)
=====================
MP - 4 
Desc - Summons chocobo to kick 1 enemy
Bought/Found - Phantom Village and Walse

Sylph (Whisperwind)
===================
MP - 8
Desc - Heals you and hits enemy for total you were healed for ELEMENT:WIND
Bought/Found - Phantom Village and Walse

Remora (Constrict)
==================
MP - 2 
Desc - Summons a group of fish that either stops or slows down an enemy
       (Thanks to Kevislash for this info!)
Bought/Found - Phantom Village and Walse
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 2

Shiva (Diamond Dust)
=====================
MP - 10 
Desc - Hits enemy with ice damage ELEMENT:WIND/ICE
Bought/Found - Walse Castle

Ramuh (Judgement Bolt)
=======================
MP - 12
Desc - Summons Ramuh to cast lightning that does big damage to all enemies
       ELEMENT:THUNDER
Bought/Found - Overworld near Istory

Ifrit (Hellfire)
=================
MP - 11 
Desc - Summons Ifrit to attack all enemies with fire ELEMENT:FIRE
Bought/Found - Library of the Ancients
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 3

Titan (Gaia's Wrath)
=====================
MP - 25
Desc - Summons titan to make a massive earthquake that does big damage to 
       all enemies ELEMENT:EARTH
Bought/Found - Karnak Meteorite

Golem (Earthen Wall
====================
MP - 18
Desc - Summons Golem so that you don't take any PHYSICAL damage for a 
       battle. 
Bought/Found - Drakenvale

Catoblepas (Demon Eye)
=======================
MP - 33
Desc - Summons Catoblepas to stone enemies
Bought/Found - Cave in World 2
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 4

Carbuncle (Ruby Light)
=======================
MP - 45 
Desc - Summons Carbuncle to stop you taking magical damage for about 5
       rounds, and also reflects on enemy
Bought/Found - Exdeath's Castle

Syldra (Thunderstorm)
======================
MP - 32
Desc - Summons Syldra for lightning damage
Bought/Found - Pirate's Hideout in World 3

Odin (Zantetsuken and Gungnir)
==============================
MP - 48 
Desc - Summons Odin to chop up enemies. If it doens't do Zantetsuken, which
       kills all enemies, it does physical damage to one enemy.
Bought/Found - Castle Bal Basement (through Jachol Cave)
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 5

Leviathan (Tsunami)
====================
MP - 39 
Desc -  Summons Leviathan to call a tidal wave on all enemies ELEMENT:
        WATER
Bought/Found - Great Sea Trench

Pheonix (Flames of Rebirth)
============================
MP - 99 
Desc - Summons Pheonix to damage enemy and Auto Revive one ally ELEMENT:FIRE
Bought/Found - Phoenix Tower

Bahamut (Mega Flare)
====================
MP - 66 
Desc - Summons Bahamut to do massive damage to all enemies 
Bought/Found - Peak of North Mountain in World 3
-----------------------------------------------------------

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				SONGS (12.6d)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Songs are performed by Bards, and they have similar effects to White Magic, 
only not as good, but cost 0 MP! I don't use songs, but that doens't mean
you shouldn't.

Sinewy Etude
=============
Desc - Increases party's strength while being performed
Learn in - Crescent

Mighty March
=============
Desc - Casts Regen on all party members
Learn in - Crescent

Hero's Rime
============
Desc - Increases all stats while being performed
Learn in - Crescent

Romeo's Ballad
===============
Desc - Stops all enemies for a moment
Learn in - Istory

Swift Song
==========
Desc - Increases party's speed while being performed
Learn in - Surgate Castle

Mana' Paean
============
Desc - Increases party's magic power while being performed
Learn in - Library of the Ancients in World 3

Requiem
=======
Desc - Damages Undead
Learn in - Quelb

Alluring Air
============
Desc - Confuses all enemies
Learn in - Lix

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				DARK ARTS (12.7e)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

It is only when you beat the Bonus Dungeon do you get the job Necromancer, and
with it the ability to cast Dark Arts. Some people believe it's not worth it 
to beat the Bonus Dungeon for Dark Arts, but I believe differently. Dark Arts
is AWESOME, and I'll go through the Bonus Dungeon again if I have to.

The method to gain Dark Arts is sort of like the way to obtain Blue Magic, but
instead of having the enemy cast the spell on you, you have to defeat the 
monster to get it. It can only be done with a Necromancer, so having any other
class kill the desired monster does nothing.

-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 1

Drain Touch
============
Monster - Mind Flayer
Location - Default
MP - 15
Desc - Absorbs HP

Dark Haze
==========
Monster - Lemure and Exoray
Location - Phoenix Tower and Sealed Temple
MP - 18
Desc - Causes old and confusion status for all enemies
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 2

Deep Freeze
============
Monster - Assassin and Dark Elemental
Location - Sealed Temple for both
MP - 38
Desc - Attacks all enemies with ice elemental damage. Can cause stop status.

Evil Mist
==========
Monster - Zombie Dragon and Unknown (first type)
Location - Drakenvale and Great Sea Trench
MP - 38
Desc - Sprays all enemies with deadly poison. Can cause poison status.
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 3

Meltdown
=========
Monster - Liquid Flame and Claret Dragon
Location - Phoenix Tower's staircases and Sealed Temple
MP - 38
Desc - Burns a single target with fire elemental damage. Can cause sap status.

Hellwind
========
Monster - Objet d'Art and Stingray
Location - Castle Bal's basement and Ocean
MP - 38
Desc - Rends all enemies with cursed winds. Can cause petrification status.
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 4

Chaos Drive
============
Monster - Mini Satana 
Location - Sealed Temple
MP - 38
Desc - Shocks all enemies with thunder elemental damage. Causes paralysis.

Curse
======
Monster - Ironclad 
Location - Void within Sealed Temple 
MP - 42
Desc - Causes various status ailments to a single target.
-----------------------------------------------------------
			LEVEL 5

Dark Flare
===========
Monster - Tonberry and Exdeath's Soul 
Location - Istory Falls and Castle Kuza
MP - 52
Desc - Damages all enemies with a burst of dark energy.

Doomsday
=========
Monster - Hades
Location - Void within Sealed Temple
MP - 66
Desc - Forbidden Dark Art that will hit all enemies with powerful damage.
-----------------------------------------------------------

==============================================================================
				JOBS (13.0f)
==============================================================================

There are many "jobs" in this game, and I will list them all with my
descriptions and a rating out of 10. 

If there is a class I missed, or you would like to rate a class, please send
me an email to dark_gta201@hotmail.com regarding the class.

BARD
====
How does playing a tune kill beasts? Yes...how? Becuase tunes are a very
effective way of killing beasts. Not only that, but the songs can be extremely
helpful to you at time, boosting your attack, defense or whatever. While they
might not be compulsory, it's always good to have at least 1 person in your
party able to sing.
Rating: 7/10

BEASTMASTER
============
Two reasons why you should get a Beastmaster. One reason why you should ditch
it afterwards. Learn the abilities "!Catch" and "!Control", which are useful
for attacks and obtaining blue magic. Afterwards, ditch 'em, because they
SUCK! End of story.
Rating: 5/10

BERSERKER
==========
Beserker's are a completely different class to any others. This is 
my tip: NEVER USE A  BESERKER WITHOUT TWO HANDED (Knight Level 3 Ability). The
reason for this is that you don't control a beserker, the game does (Like 
casting beserk on someone). This means that any magic you have equipped WILL
NOT BE USED. So Unless you want to have a completely useless beserker equip 
two handed!
Rating: 5/10 

BLACK MAGE
============
Same as White Mage, but deals offensive spells rather than healing ones. 
Again, switch to another class when you have gained a good level for Black 
Magic, or have "Equip Swords" or "Barehanded" for phyiscal attacks.
Rating: 8/10

BLUE MAGE
==========
To be honest, I've never really liked Blue Magic. Maybe because it's so 
annoying to get, but other than that, Blue's alright. Useful spells like Level
5 Death will get you out of some predicaments, as well as Level 4 Graviga and
Level 3 Flare. I've got most of Blue Magic, but found very few to be effective
enough to use in battle. I rather go with Time and Summon.
Rating: 6/10

CANNONEER
=========
I haven't used this class at all, but I've heard that it's really good,
provided that you buy the ammo from the guy at Crescent Inn. Opinions will be
very welcome.

Cannoneers -- The Combine ability is what helped me kill Neo Shinryu 
(Blitzshot + Dragon Fang = 6500+ damage). The EXP up is a nice touch, and
Open Fire (their main command) does decent damage and adds on a status effect,
but you can't choose which one you use. 

(thanks to Dogurasu)

Rating: NA/10

CHEMIST
=======
I've got the abilities from them, but I've never actually used one in battle.
I had to go through a torturing period of time when I mixed all the possible
combinations to create concotions and see what they did to the enemy. Mix IS
good, and is a must for LLG's. 

Chemists -- Not very good in combat without a back-up ability (such as better
equipment), but their Drinks do give them bonuses -- they just take too long 
to charge up, effectively. Mix can be helpful, when you know what items to mix
to get something -- Death Potions (Dark Matter + Phoenix Down), Balm of Gilead
(Hi-Potion + Ether), and various Breaths (Dragon Fang + Dragon Fang = Dragon
Breath; Dragon Fang + Holy Water = Holy Breath -- damage = current HP) stick 
out as good mixing choices. However, since you know the abilities, all I need
to say is that Chemists themselves aren't that good.  

(thanks to Dogurasu)

Rating: 7/10

DANCER
=======
Sword Dance + Excalibur = UTTER PWNAGE! That's right. Have your dancer the
ability "Equip Swords", then equip the Lamia's Tiara, Rainbow Dress and Red
Slippers, and your Dancer will be a force to be reckoned with. Have your 
dancer the ability "Dual-Wield", and TWO Sword Dances if you're lucky. 
Dancers can, and probably will become your strongest physical attack unit.
Rating: 8.5/10

DRAGOON
========
Now we get to the Dragoon class. They were awesome in the previous games (KAIN
BABY!!!) and they're still awesome in this game. Jump is one of the most 
useful techniques, to dodge and to attack, and there heavy strength means that
monsters will be scared of them, especially dragons. Is one of the few classes
that can equip spears, and believe me, spears are SICK. As soon as you can,
get a Dragoon.
Rating: 8/10

FREELANCER
===========
Unspecialized fighters who can equip any armor or weapon. That's right. 
DON'T have a Freelancer at the start. Instead, wait 'til World 3, and have 
Freelancer as your main job. The reason being, Freelancers can have 2 
abilities, which is the same as if you're another job, but Freelancers also
have the abilities like Counter and Dual-Wield if you have them, but without
the need of a slot to contain it! They can also equip any weapons and armor,
so you can be in Full Knight's gear and be able to cast White and Black, or
Time and Summon! Remember, only use in World 3, or after you're pleased with
the abilities you have. 
Rating: 1-10/10 (varies)

GEOMANCER
==========
I can't say it's a bad class really, bells can do quite a sum of damage, and
it's Gaia ability is pretty handy, does the damage as 2nd-tier magic without
any MP! They're other abilities suck though, and while bells can do some 
damage, I still prefer swords, katanas and spears.
Rating: 6.5/10

GLADIATOR
=========
Now we come to my favourite class. Finishers FTW! My boss stratedgies in the
Rift are all to do with Finishers, it's just that damn good! Critical
Finishers do at least 3000 damage, and Elemental Finishers do 9999! Get a 
Gladiator. NOW!!!!!
Rating: 9/10


KNIGHT
=======
Knight's are a good solid opening class and remain very good 
throughout the game.  They learn a great move two handed which scores double
physical damage. If you are planning on using a beserker later on in the game,
I would strongly recommend getting two handed first! I like equipping the 
White Magic ability on the knight as it gets quite good MP Gains and some of 
the best White mage moves use quite a lot of MP (Curaga - 27 MP, Raise - 29 
MP)
Rating: 7/10 

MIME
====
Unlike the other classes, Mime's able to have three abilities. However, if
you want !Attack and !Items, then you'll have to occupy at least 2 of them.
!Items isn't needed, but some of you might be rethinking after I said you have
to insert !Attack in if you want it. That's not necessary true. As long as 
you're not the fastest person in the group, you can mime what the previous 
person did, and if the previous person attacked, then you'll attack. If you 
the previous person summoned Bahamut, then you'll summon Bahamut with Mime, 
without any MP! I wouldn't recommend a full party of Mimes, but have at least
1 or two in your party.
Rating: 8/10

MONK
====
These are extremely good at the start of the game. With no need of weapons,
they can save a lot of money. Not only that, but there attacks are incredibly
strong. With there bare fists, they can do the same damage as that of powerful
swords, and they attack twice! They also counterattack intuitively! They get
outranked by more powerful classes later, like Ninja, but still is useful,
especially if you're running low on money.
Rating: 8/10

MYSTIC KNIGHT
=============
Another job similar to the Knight, the good thing about Mystic Knights that
normal knights don't have is the Spellblades. While I won't go on a rant on
spellblades, saying how useful it is (I actually haven't found it to be as
useful some people say), the one good thing is that Spellblade Break will 
OHKO many enemies, and even bosses. Handy to have as your main tank.
Okay, after I defeated both Omega and Omega MKII using Spellblade, I retake
my statement. Mystic Knight is AWESOME!!! Get one NOW!!!
Rating: 8/10


NINJA
=====
Ever felt like fighting with shinobi-style? Well, he's your chance. Ninjas are
great offensive attacks; they can dual-wield, and when you have the ability to
dual-wield, then you Freelancer has it as well! Not only that, Ninjas are 
sneaky little buggers, with useful abilites such as Smoke. They can throw 
powerful weapons such as Fuma Shuriken, which just adds to the overall score.
Get one and you won't be disappointed.
Rating: 8.5/10

NECROMANCER
===========
I have a Necromancer now, and they can learn Dark Arts which is AWESOME! Don't
both with !Oath, it sucks badly. Dark Arts is a completely different story
altogether. Once you have all Dark Arts, and equip the ability in your
freelancer, you're going to be really happy you got a Necromancer. (Doomsday 
and Dark Flare FTW!!!)
Rating: 8/10

ORACLE
======
I've used Oracle for a few battles, and I've found them crap. Feel free to
correct me if you wish, but seriously, you still have to wait for the 
damned predictions, and the condemns aren't all that good either. I wouldn't
recommend an Oracle.
Rating: 5/10

RANGER
======
Okay, I have a Ranger, and I found 1 ability which is awesome and sickass 
enough to use it. The level 4 ability, !Rapid Fire, is a MUST HAVE, almost
like White Magic. It attacks 4 times with 1 weapon at random enemies, which
means if you have two, you hit 8 times! Can also be used with Spellblade! 
That's utter pwnage! Other abilities are only a meh level, so ditch Rangers
after you get the !Rapid Fire.
Rating: 9/10

RED MAGE
========
Everyone hail the Dual-cast ability! That's the only reason to get a Red Mage,
the Dual-cast ability. Other than that, it can perform simple Black and White
Magic spells. Handy, but not as good as the actual classes. Train with one
until you get the Dual-cast (which takes 999 ABP!!!) and ditch. 
Rating: 10/10 (Because of Dual-cast) okay...Rating: 5/10

SAMURAI
=======
Those old Japanese warriors with swords were all Samurai. A class similar to
the knight, they can equip swords and armor. A very solid class to have, it 
isn't a very bad idea to have a Samurai all throughout the game with another
ability such as White or Black. !Zeninage makes good use of your too-much gil,
and !Iainuki is sort of like a substitute Zantetsuken. 
Rating: 7.5/10

SUMMONER
========
Exact same as Time Mage, except switch "Time Magic" with "Summons", "Time
Mage" with "Summoner", "Regen and Hastega" with "Carbuncle and Golem" and 
"Graviga and Meteor" with "Leviathan and Bahamut". Done.
Rating: 8.5/10

THIEF
=====
There is one thing about Thief that you should get, and the rest, you can just
forget. Have one of the characters a thief at the start to learn the Level 4
Ability "Steal", after that, ditch them. They can only equip knives, there 
other abilites suck and will need covering by knights at the latter stages of
the game if you're stupid enough to have one of the field.
Rating: 3/10

TIME MAGE
=========
Glorious Time Magic! Time Magic is a MUST HAVE, so get a Time Mage ASAP! 
Similar to Black and White Mage when it comes to recommendations, but Time 
Magic is a mix between White and Black, with helpful spells such as Regen and
Hastega, and heavy offensive spells like Graviga and Meteor. Get one ASAP!!!!
Rating: 8/10


WHITE MAGE
===========
A compulsory class for the game, and always has been. They heal
with their spells which can also harm a few enemies, so note that. It is also
recommended that, once you reach a good level, that you switch to another 
offensive class (i.e Knight, Samurai) and have White Magic as an ability. 
White Mages are extremely weak when it comes to attacking. If you want to keep
the White Mage for a bit longer, then it's recommended that you learn "Equip
Swords", the level 6 ability for Knights, so your White Mage can equip swords
and deal as much damage as that of a knight. Or if you can't be bothered to
get that much ABP, get the Monk ability "Barehanded" and you'll be able to
get the same attack as a monk would.
Rating: 9/10

==============================================================================
				JOB ABILITIES (14.0g)
==============================================================================

For every class, there are abilities to go with them. I will list all the
class abilities for each type of class.

The format I will be using is:

-----------------------------------------------------------
 Ultimate Ruler of the World - (name of the class)
=============================
Strength + 99, Agility + 99, Stamina + 99, Magic + 99 - (stats that get 
                                                         carried over to the
                                                         Freelancer and Mime
                                                         job when the job is
                                                         mastered)
Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
Judgement            1           1       OHKO all enemies even if boss (C)
   |                 |           |               |                      | 
(name of ability) (what level) (ABP needed)    (Description)       (what type)
-----------------------------------------------------------

The types:

I = Innate ability which will transfer to the Freelancer if mastered
I* = Innate ability but won't transfer to Freelancer
U = Unique abilities that can only be used by the class
C = Command ability that to activate it needs to be selected
S = Special abilities that have to be equipped in a slot to have effect

If there is an ability I missed, please send an email to
dark_gta201@hotmail.com regarding the ability.

 Bard
======
Strength - 8, Agility + 8, Stamina - 9, Magic + 11

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Hide                1          25      Hide to avoid attacks (C)
Equip Harps          2          50      Equip Harps even if your current job
                                        can't (S)
!Sing                3         100      Able to sing songs (C)


 Beastmaster
==============
Strength + 13, Agility + 1, Stamina + 8, Magic - 3

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Calm                1          10      Calm Magic Beasts (C)
!Control             2          50      Controls a beast (C)
Equip Whips          3         100      Equip Whips even if your current 
                                        job can't (S)
!Catch               4         300      Capture a weakened monster (C)


 Berserker
============
Strength + 21, Agility - 9, Stamina + 25, Magic - 23

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
Berserk              1          100      Continuosly attack until all enemies
                                         are defeated (I*)
Equip Axes           2          400      Equip Axes even if your current
                                         jobs can't (S)

 Black Mage
============
Strength - 9, Agility + 0, Stamina - 2, Magic + 31

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Black               1           10      Able to use Lvl 1 Black Magic (C)
!Black               2           20      Able to use Lvl 2 Black Magic (C)
!Black               3           30      Able to use Lvl 3 Black Magic (C)
!Black               4           50      Able to use Lvl 4 Black Magic (C)
!Black               5           70      Able to use Lvl 5 Black Magic (C)
!Black               6          100      Able to use Lvl 6 Black Magic (C)
MP + 30%             7          450      MAX MP increases by 30% (S)


 Blue Mage
============
Strength - 8, Agility + 1, Stamina + 3, Magic + 23

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Check               1           10      Check an enemy's HP (C)
Learning             2           20      Learn Blue Magic when hit by it (I)
!Blue                3           70      Able to use Blue Magic (C)
!Scan                4          250      See enem'y level, HP, weakness 
                                         and current condition (C)

 Cannoneer
===========
Strength + 9, Agility - 1, Stamina - 4, Magic + 4

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Open Fire           1           50      Shoots an enemy which both damages 
                                         and inflicts a status ailment (C)
EXP Up               2          150      Gain 1.5 X the experience per 
                                         battle (S)
!Combine             3          300      Mix and fire off explosives that
                                         damages all enemies (C)
-----------------------------------------------------
[CMBN]

!Combine is the special ability for the cannoneers. It's sort of like !Mix
for the Chemist, but much more "destructive" like. However, !Combine needs
ammunition, which in this case is Buckshot, Blastshot and Blitzshot. You 
need to buy these ammunition, otherwise !Combine is useless (or find them
in dungeons).

Blitzshot is the most powerful but also the most expensive
Blastshot is the second-most powerful and less expensive than Blitzshot
Buckshot is the weakest but is also the least expensive

*NOTE: All materials except for Dark Matter and Gold Needle produce the same
       effects regardless of what ammo type. The only difference is the actual
       damage on the enemy. I've listed them in the Blitzshot section.

Blitzshot +.............:

Ash = Dark Cannon - Inflicts Darkness on the enemy
Dark Matter = Chaos Cannon - May cause death to the enemy
Dragon Fang = Dragon Cannon - Doubles the damage to dragons
Flame Scroll = Flame Cannon - Heavy fire damage
Fuma Shuriken = Killer Cannon - Doubles the damage to humans
Gold Needle = Needle Cannon - 3000 damage
Goliath Tonic = Quake Cannon - Heavy earth damage
Hero cocktail = Divine Cannon - Heavy holy damage
Iron Draft = Vulner Cannon - Lowers defense
Lightning Scroll = Spark Cannon - Heavy thunder damage
Mallet = Mini Cannon - Inflicts Mini on the enemy
Power Drink = Power Cannon - Inflicts Berserk on the enemy
Shuriken = Normal Cannon - Normal damage
Speed Shake = Silver Cannon - Inflicts old on the enemy
Turtle Shell = Slow Cannon - Inflicts slow on the enemy
Water Scroll = Water Cannon - Heavy water damage

Blastshot +.............:

Ash = Dark Burst 
Dark Matter = Chaos Burst - Inflicts Poison on the enemy
Dragon Fang = Dragon Burst 
Flame Scroll = Flame Burst
Fuma Shuriken = Killer Burst
Gold Needle = Needle Burst - 2000 damage
Goliath Tonic = Quake Burst
Hero Cocktail = Divine Burst
Iron Draft = Vulner Burst
Lightning Scroll = Spark Burst
Mallet = Mini Burst
Power Drink = Power Burst
Shuriken = Normal Burst
Speed Shake = Silver Burst
Turtle Shell = Slow Burst
Water Scroll = Water Burst

Buckshot +..............:

Ash = Dark Shot
Dark Matter = Chaos Shot - Confuses the enemy
Dragon Fang = Dragon Shot
Flame Scroll = Flame Shot
Fuma Shuriken = Killer Shot
Gold Needle = Needle Shot - 1000 damage
Goliath Tonic = Quake Shot
Hero Cocktail = Divine Shot
Iron Draft = Vulner Shot
Lightning Scroll = Spark Shot
Mallet = Mini Shot
Power Drink = Power Shot
Shuriken = Normal Shot
Speed Shake = Silver Shot
Turtle Shell = Slow Shot
Water Scroll = Water Shot
-----------------------------------------------------

 Chemist
==========
Strength + 2, Agility + 3, Stamina + 6, Magic - 4

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------  
Pharmacology         1           15      Doubles the potency of potions and
                                         ethers (I)
!Mix                 2           30      Combine items to create concotions
                                         that can be consumed in battle to
                                         damage enemies (C)
!Drink               3           45      Drink medicines to increase stats
                                         in battle (C)
!Recover             4          135      Recover from various conditions (C)
!Revive              5          405      Restore a KO'd ally to fighting
                                         form (C)
-----------------------------------------------------
[MIXX]

!Mix is the special ability for the Chemist. Just like !Combine, it mixes two
items to create concotions that can be consumed in battles to damage enemies.
Very handy, especially during LLGs. 

First, the ingredients needed...:

A = Potion
B = Hi-Potion
C = Ether
D = Elixir
E = Phoenix Down  
F = Maiden's Kiss
G = Holy Water
H = Turtle Shell
I = Antidote
J = Eyedrop
K = Dragon Fang
L = Dark Matter
                                 The concotions possible...:

 			 | A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L |
			--------------------------------------------------
			A| A | 2 | 3 | D | 4 | F | A | C | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |
			--------------------------------------------------
			B| 2 | B | 9 | D | 4 | F | B | 10| 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |
			--------------------------------------------------
			C| 3 | 9 | C | D | 11| 12| C | 3 | 13| 14| 15| 16|
			--------------------------------------------------
			D| D | D | D | D | 11| 12| D | 1 | D | D | 17| 18|
			--------------------------------------------------
			E| 4 | 4 | 11| 11| E | 19| 20| 21| 22| 23| 24| 25|
			--------------------------------------------------
			F| F | F | 12| 12| 19| F | 26| 27| 28| 29| 30| 31|
			--------------------------------------------------
			G| A | B | C | D | 20| 26| G | 32| 33| 34| 35| 36|
			--------------------------------------------------
			H| C | 10| 3 | 1 | 21| 27| 32| 37| 38| 29| 1 | 40|
			--------------------------------------------------
			I| 5 | 5 | 13| D | 22| 28| 33| 38| I | 41| 42| 43|
			--------------------------------------------------
			J| 6 | 6 | 14| D | 23| 29| 34| 39| 41| J | 44| 45|
			--------------------------------------------------
			K| 7 | 7 | 15| 17| 24| 30| 35| 1 | 42| 44| 46| 47|
			--------------------------------------------------
			L| 8 | 8 | 16| 18| 25| 31| 36| 40| 43| 45| 47| 48|
			--------------------------------------------------


           And finally the names and descriptions of the concotions:

	1 -Failure - Charms and decreases HP by 1/4
	2 - Water of Life - Casts Regen
	3 - X-Potion - Recovers all HP
	4 - Resurrection - Resurrects a dead ally 
	5 - Neutralize - Recovers HP and cures poison status
	6 - Cure Blind - Recover some HP and cure blindness
	7 - Dragon Power - Raise 20 levels
	8 - Dark Potion - 666 Damage
	9 - Half Elixir - Recovers all HP
	10 - Ether Dry - Triple the effects Ether
	11 - Reincarnation  - Brings an ally back to life on full HP
	12 - Lilith's Kiss - Drains MP from a single target
	13 - Resist Poison - Unable to acquire poison status
	14 - Resist Fire  - Higher resistance to fire attacks
	15 - Dragon Shield - Resistant to all 3 elementals
	16 - Dark Ether - Drains a quarter of targets MP
	17 - Giant Drink - Doubles Max HP
	18 - Dark Elixir - Reduces HP and MP to single digits
	19 - Kiss Of Life - Revives ally, half HP and full MP
	20 - Life Shield  - Resitant against death moves
	21 - Panacea - Gets rid of all status ailments
	22 - Resist Ice  - Resistant against ice attacks
	23 - Resist Thunder - Resistant against thunder attacks
	24 - Dragon Armor - Increases both defense and magic defense
	25 - Death Potion - Death's target
	26 - Kiss of Blessing - Inflicts "Berserk", "Haste" and "Image"
	27 - Drain Kiss  - Drains HP from target
	28 - Levitate  - Causes "Float"
	29 - Lamia's Kiss - Confuses target
	30 - Dragon's Kiss - Makes enemies weak against what Dragons are
                    	     weak against (i.e Dragon Lances) but also makes
                     	     them immune to the status ailments bosses are 
                     	     immune
	31 - Toad's Kiss - Inflicts toad status on a target
	32 - Bacchus' Wine - Inflicts berserk on a target
	33 - Samson Power - Raises 10 levels
	34 - Elemental Power - 1.5 X the poewr of elemental stikes
	35 - Holy Breath - Powerful holy damage
	36 - Failure - Poisons a single target
	37 - Protect Drink - Casts "Protect" and "Shell" on a target
	38 - Split Shell - Decreases defense by half
	39 - Haste Drink - Castes "haste" on a target
	40 - Explosive  - Sacrifices user for heavy fire damage
	41 - Restorative - Cures Aging, Berserk, Charm, Paralyze, Silence and Sleep
	42 - Poison Breath - Sprays all enemies with a poison breath that poisons
                             enemies
	43 - Poison - Poisons a single target
	44 - Dark Sigh - Blind and Confuse a single target
	45 - Dark Gas  - Blinds target
	46 - Dragon Breath - All elemental damage on all enemies
	47 - Dark Breath - Does heavy damage to all enemies
	48 - Shadow Flare - Inflicts darkness while damaging all enemies at the same
                    	    time

(I got the idea on how to set it out when I saw Kia's mix table)
-----------------------------------------------------

 Dancer
=========
Strength + 5, Agility + 5, Stamina - 10, Magic - 5

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Flirt               1          25      Charm enemies to make them forget 
                                        about attacking (C)
!Dance               2          50      Perform dances against the enemy (C)
Equip Ribbons        3         325      Equip Ribbons even if your current
                                        job can't (S)
-----------------------------------------------------
[DNCE]

!Dance is the special ability of the dancer. If you use select it, it will
randomly pick one of the dances and uses it against the enemy. You don't
have to learn any dance, all are there by default. Here are the four 
possible dancers:

Jitterbug: Absorbs HP from an enemy
Mystery Walzt: Absorbs MP from an enemy
Sword Dance: Deals 4 X the amount of normal damage against the enemy (higher
             chance if Lamia's Tiara, Rainbow Dress and Red Slippers are
             equipped)
Tempting Tango: Confuses the enemy
-----------------------------------------------------

 Dragoon
==========
Strength + 18, Agility + 5, Stamina + 15, Magic - 12

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Jump                1          50      Jump to deliver a powerful attack 
                                        from the above. Can also be used to
                                        dodge attacks (C)
!Lance               3         150      Strike with Dragoon powers to drain
                                        HP and MP (C)
Equip Lances         4         400      Equip Lances even if your current job
                                        can't (S)

 Geomancer
============
Strength + 5, Agility + 2, Stamina + 4, Magic + 24

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Gaia                1          25      Attacks enemy using the surrounding
                                        power (C)
Find Pits            2          50      Detect holes in the floor (I)
Light Step           3         100      Avoid damage on floor with harmful
                                        effects (I)
-----------------------------------------------------
[GAIA]

(A direct extract from TakerVersion1's Job/Ability FAQ)

The Geomancer has the !Gaia ability. This move, works similar to the "Dance"
ability from FF6, in which the move is based on the current terrain. These
moves will be set up like the Magics, Name, what it does, and in the case of
Gaia, where it can be done.

I've also haven't experience some of these moves in this version, so I'm
crossing the current name with older translations from the SNES version.

----------------------
Name: Branch Arrow
----------------------
Effect: Deals damage to one enemy
Locations: Forest Terrain

----------------------
Name: Sandstorm
----------------------
Effect: Deals earth and wind damage and might inflict blind status.
Locations: Deserts

----------------------
Name: Gust
----------------------
Effect: Deals wind damage to a target.
Locations: Plains (all worlds), Drakenville, North Mountain, Fire-Powered
Ship, ExDeath's Castle, Tule Area, The Void, Castle Basements,
The Big Bridge

----------------------
Name: Tsunami
----------------------
Effect: Deals water damage to all enemies.
Locations: Beaches, Walse Tower, Ship Graveyard, Sea Fights.

----------------------
Name: Ignus Fatuus
----------------------
Effect: Deals fire damage to an enemy and might inflict confusion.
Locations: Swampland, The Pyramid, Caves, Mountain Caves, Cleft of Dimension,
Istory Caves, Ship Graveyard, Ancient Library.

----------------------
Name: Earthquake
----------------------
Effect: Deals earth damage to all enemies. Ariel enemies are immune.
Locations: Plains (all worlds), Fire-Powered Ship, Drakenville, North
Mountain,

----------------------
Name: Leaf Swirl
----------------------
Effect: Deals wind damage to all enemies.
Locations: Forests

----------------------
Name: Quicksand
----------------------
Effect: Kills off enemies.
Locations: Deserts.

----------------------
Name: Stalactite
----------------------
Effect: Deals heavy damage to one target.
Locations: Most Caves, Istory Cave, Cleft of Dimension, ExDeath's Castle

----------------------
Name: Branch Spear
----------------------
Effect: Deals heavy damage to one target.
Locations: Forests.

----------------------
Name: Desert Storm
----------------------
Effect: Deals earth and wind damage to all enemies.
Location: Deserts

----------------------
Name: Wind Slash
----------------------
Effect: Deals wind damage to all enemies.
Locations: The Void, Towers, Plains (all worlds), ExDeath's Castle, Castle
Areas, Big Bridge, Caves, Mountains.

----------------------
Name: Poison Mist
----------------------
Effect: Deals poison damage to all enemies and inflicts poison status.
Locations: Swampland, Pyramid

----------------------
Name: Whirlpool
----------------------
Effect: Reduces enemy's HP to a single digit.
Locations: Beaches, Walse Tower, Sea Fights, Ship Graveyard, Guido's Cave,
Istory Cave.

----------------------
Name: Big Wave
----------------------
Effect: Deals heavy water damage to all targets.
Locations: Beaches. Walse Tower, Sea Fights, Ship Graveyard

----------------------
Name: Maelstrom
----------------------
Effect: Reduces enemy's HP to a single digit. (unsure)
Locations: Deserts.

----------------------
Name: Sonic Boom
----------------------
Effect: Reduces target's HP by 3/4.
Locations: Towers, The Void, ExDeath's Castle, Plains (all worlds), Cleft of
Dimension, Pyramid, Ship Graveyard, Ancient Library

----------------------
Name: Cave-In
----------------------
Effect: Deals earth damage to multiple targets.
Locations: Drakenville, North Mountain, Pyramid (unsure), Caves, Istory Cave

----------------------
Name: Tornado
----------------------
Effect: Reduces enemy's HP to a single digit.
Locations: Plains (all worlds), Towers, The Void, Drakenville, North
Mountain, Fire-Powered Ship, Big Bridge, Cleft of Dimension

----------------------
Name: Bottomless Bog
----------------------
Effect: KOs all enemies.
Locations: Swampland

(thanks to TakerVersion1 for allowing me to host this in my guide!)
-----------------------------------------------------

 Gladiator
===========
Strength + 26, Agility + 14, Stamina + 3, Magic - 14

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
Lure                 1          30       Attracts enemies (S)
!Finisher            2          70       Power strike which, when hits an
                                         enemy, attacks its weak point for
                                         more damage (C)
Long Reach           3         150       Attacks with full power from the 
                                         back (S)
!Bladeblitz          4         450       A powerful strike which hits all
                                         enemies (C)
-----------------------------------------------------
[FNSH]

!Finisher is the ability for the Gladiator, and it's a damn good one at that.
If you select the command, there will be three different outcomes. Here they
are:

Attempt failed...
------------------
Desc - Finisher will do absolutely nothing

Critical
---------
Desc - A critical attack which does a lot more than normal damage

Elemental Attack
-----------------
Desc - A powerful elemental strike that will hit the enemy always for 9999
       damage

Bartz - Wind element
Lenna - Water element        (Note: If the enemy can absorb a certain element
Faris - Fire element                and you hit it for that element, it'll 
Krile - Earth element               recover 9999 HP)
-----------------------------------------------------


 Knight
========
Strength + 23, Agility + 1, Stamina + 20, Magic - 14

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
Cover	             1	         10	 Covers near death allies (I)
!Guard	             2	         30	 Guards against opponent (C)
Two-handed	     3	         50	 Lets you hold a weapon
			                 with both hands to double
			                 the amount of damage (S)
Equip Shields	     4	         100	 Lets you equip shields
			                 even if your current job
			                 cant. (S)
Equip Armor	     5	         150	 Lets you equip armor
			                 even if your current job
			                 cant. (S)
Equip Swords	     6	         350	 Lets you equip swords 
			                 even if your current job
			                 cant. (S)

 Mimic
========
Strength + 0, Agility + 0, Stamina + 0, Magic + 0 

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Mimic               1         999       Mimics an ally's previous action (C)


 Monk
======
Strength + 26, Agility + 1, Stamina + 26, Magic - 23

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
------------------------------------------------------
!Kick	             0	         0	 Kicks all enemies. Does higher (U)
			                 damage if the user is at a higher
			                 level.
!Focus	             1	         15	 Focuses for a while to do double the
			                 damage (C)
Barehanded	     2	         30	 Gain the same power as monks when
			                 unarmed (I)
!Chakra	             3	         45	 Restores HP and cures poison and 
			                 darkness (C)
Counter	             4	         60	 Counterattacks (I)
HP + 10%	     5	        100	 MAX HP increases by 10% (S)
HP + 20%	     6	        150	 MAX HP increases by 20% (S)
HP + 30%	     7	        300	 MAX HP increases by 30% (S)


 Mystic Knight
===============
Strength + 14, Agility + 14, Stamina + 14, Magic + 1

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
Magic Shell          1           10      Automatically casts Shell when near 
                                         death (I)
!Spellblade          2           20      Able to use Lvl 1 Spellblade (C)
!Spellblade          3           30      Able to use Lvl 2 Spellblade (C)
!Spellblade          4           50      Able to use Lvl 3 Spellblade (C)
!Spellblade          5           70      Able to use Lvl 4 Spellblade (C)
!Spellblade          6          100      Able to use Lvl 5 Spellblade (C)
!Spellblade          7          400      Able to use Lvl 6 Spellblade (C)


 Necromancer
=============
Strength + 4, Agility + 1, Stamina + 21, Magic + 29 

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Oath                1          15      Calls forth a demon which aids you
                                        in battle. (C)
!Dark Arts           2          30      Able to use Lvl 1 Dark Arts (C)
!Dark Arts           3          45      Able to use Lvl 2 Dark Arts (C)
!Dark Arts           4          60      Able to use Lvl 3 Dark Arts (C)
!Dark Arts           5         100      Able to use Lvl 4 Dark Arts (C)
!Dark Arts           6         200      Able to use Lvl 5 Dark Arts (C)
Undead               7         300      Become the undead. Take damage from
                                        recovery items or magic. (I*)
-----------------------------------------------------
[OATH]

!Oath is a special ability of the Necromancer. It calls forth a demon which
helps you in battle. It's a bit like summoning, but costs 0 MP! Personally,
I believe that it's a weak technique and shouldn't be used. Dark Arts is so
much better. Anyway, here are the demons which you can summon and their 
effects.

Flaremancer - Casts flare on a single target.
Skeleton - Does lightning damage to a single target
Rajiformes - Showers all enemies with water damage.
Zombie Dragon - Sprays all enemies with poison. Can cause poison status.
-----------------------------------------------------


 Ninja
========
Strength + 15, Agility + 14, Stamina + 3, Magic - 10

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Smoke               1          10      Used to flee from most mmonsters (C)
!Image               2          30      Creates an illusion to absorb two
                                        direct physical attacks (C)
First Strike         3          50      Increases chance of attacking first (S)
!Throw               4         150      Throw weapons such as Shuriken (C)
Dual-Wield           5         450      Able to hold two weapons (I)


 Oracle
=========
Strength - 9, Agility - 1, Stamina - 4, Magic + 36

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Condemn             1          20      See below for details (C)
!Predict             2          50      See below for details (C)
ABP Up               3         150      Increases ABP gains by 1.5 (S)
Read Ahead           4         300      Reduces monster encounters (S)

!Condemn and !Predict are the two abilites which define an Oracle. Without 
them, an Oracle would be useless. Below, I have listed all the !Condemn and
!Predict abilities.
-----------------------------------------------------
[CDMN]

!Condemn
---------

Condemn is basically low-level White and Black Magic. Not entirely useful, I
know. Don't bother with Condemn unless you want to cast Doom.

Rejuvenation - Heals someone
Recuperation - Cures status ailments
Brimstone - An attack which damages the enemy for Fire element
Black Frost - An attack which damages the enemy for Ice element
Judgement - An attack which damages the enemy for Thunder element
Salentia - Casts Toad
Doom: Starts a 10-second countdown which results in death
Still Wing - Casts Stop
-----------------------------------------------------
[PDCT]

!Predict
---------

Predict works a bit different from Condemn. There are three "ranks", and
each rank is less powerful than before. 

First Rank - Only 1MP and the most powerful, but 5-sec countdown
Second Rank - 3MP this time, less powerful than first rank but 4-sec countdown
Third Rank - 7MP cost and weaker than the above, but only 3-sec countdown

The possible outcomes of Predict (they are random when you choose Predict):

Blessing - Heals the entire party
Cleansing - Harms the enemy
Deluge - An attack which damages the enemy and party, and can sometimes cause
         Toad
Divine Judgement - Attacks for holy damage and heals the party simultaneously
Eruption - Attacks the enemy and party for Fire element
Healing Wind - Heals the entire party and cures status ailments.
Hurricane - Attacks the enemy and party, and can sometimes cause Silence
Pestilence - Attacks the PARTY with Poison, and can cause poison status. (Hope
             to never get this one!)
Rockslide - Attacks random enemy and party for rock damage
Starfall - Attacks both enemy and party, and can cause death instantly.
-----------------------------------------------------

 Ranger
=========
Strength + 16, Agility + 12, Stamina + 1, Magic - 5

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Animals             1          15      Gains the aid of animals (C)
!Aim                 2          45      Practically never misses (C)
Equip Bows           3         135      Equip Bows even if your current job
                                        can't (S)
!Rapid Fire          4         405      Attacks four time with 1 weapon at
                                        random enemies, which means if you
                                        have 2 weapons, that's a total of
                                        8 times! Can be used with Spellblade.
                                        (C)
-----------------------------------------------------------
[ANML]

!Animals is the Ranger's unique ability, which calls forth a random creature
that aids you in battle. It's similar to the Necromancer's ability "!Oath",
in which it costs 0MP to use, but it isnt very helpful at all. Anyway, the
possible animals are:

Bee Swarm - Damages all enemies
Falcon - Damages a single enemy
Flying Squirrel - Does damage to an enemy
Nightingale - Heals all party members a little
Skunk - Inflicts poison and darkness for all enemies
Squirrel - Damages a single enemy
Wild Boar - Damages a single enemy
Unicorn - Fully heals all party members
-----------------------------------------------------------

 Red Mage
===========
Strength - 8, Agility + 1, Stamina + 3, Magic + 23

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Red                 1          20      Able to use Lvl 1 Red Magic (C)
!Red                 2          40      Able to use Lvl 2 Red Magic (C)
!Red                 3         100      Able to use Lvl 3 Red Magic (C)
!Dualcast            4         999      Cast two spells simultaneously (C)


 Samurai
=========
Strength + 19, Agility + 2, Stamina + 19, Magic - 12

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Mineuchi            1          10      Stun enemies (C)
!Zeninage            2          30      Toss gil at enemies to damage them (C)
Shirahadori          3          60      Catch and stop enemy attacks (S)
Equip Katanas        4         180      Equip Katanas even if your current
                                        job can't (S)
!Iainuki             5         540      Kills all enemies in an instant (C)


 Summoner
==========
Strength = 10, Agility - 1, Stamina - 1, Magic + 33

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Summon              1           15      Able to use Lvl 1 Summons (C)
!Summon              2           30      Able to use Lvl 2 Summons (C)
!Summon              3           45      Able to use Lvl 3 Summons (C)
!Summon              4           60      Able to use Lvl 4 Summons (C)
!Summon              5          100      Able to use Lvl 5 Summons (C)
!Call                6          500      Calls forth a random monster
                                         for 0 MP (C)

 Thief
=======
Strength + 1, Agility + 16, Stamina + 2, Magic - 6

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
Passage              1           10      Spots hidden passages (I)
!Flee                2           20      Escapes quickly from most
                                         monsters (C)
Sprint               3           30      Hold B + D-pad to dash (I)
!Steal               4           50      Steal from monsters (C)
Vigilance            5           75      Prevents monsters from  (I)
                                         attacking from behind (C)
!Mug                 6          150      Steals and attacks at once
Agility              7          300      Increases speed (I)

-----------------------------
Steal formula: Steal % - Your Steal % - Thief Bonus - Thief's Glove (if any)

soooo 

lets say: 
Goblin potion steal is 10%               (thanks to kupo_234 for this info!)
your steal % is your base lvl 

10% - 99% - 10% - 30%= -129%-----> sure steal ^^ 
-----------------------------

 Time Mage
===========
Strength - 5, Agility + 2, Stamina - 3, Magic + 24

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!Time                1           10      Able to use Lvl 1 Time Magic (C)
!Time                2           20      Able to use Lvl 2 Time Magic (C)
!Time                3           30      Able to use Lvl 3 Time Magic (C)
!Time                4           50      Able to use Lvl 4 Time Magic (C)
!Time                5           70      Able to use Lvl 5 Time Magic (C)
!Time                6          100      Able to use Lvl 6 Time Magic (C)
Equip Rods and Staves7          250      Equip Rods and Staves even if
                                         your current job can't. (S)

 White Mage
=============
Strength - 7, Agility + 1, Stamina + 0, Magic + 25

Name	           Level	ABP	What it does
-----------------------------------------------------
!White               1           10      Able to use Lvl 1 White Magic (C)
!White               2           20      Able to use Lvl 2 White Magic (C)
!White               3           30      Able to use Lvl 3 White Magic (C)
!White               4           50      Able to use Lvl 4 White Magic (C)
!White               5           70      Able to use Lvl 5 White Magic (C)
!White               6          100      Able to use Lvl 6 White Magic (C)
MP + 10%             7          300      MAX MP increases by 10% (S)


==============================================================================
				WEAPONS (15.0h)
==============================================================================

What is an RPG without weapons? Here is a list of all the weapons in the game.

If there is a weapon I missed, please send an email to dark_gta201@hotmail.com
regarding the weapons.

(to be continued)

==============================================================================
				ARMOR (16.0i)
==============================================================================

With weapons there's always armour. Here is a list of all the armor in the
game.

If there is armor I missed, please send an email to dark_gta201@hotmail.com
regarding the armor.

(to be continued)

==============================================================================
				BESTIARY (17.0j)
==============================================================================

The Bestiary. Useful for people who wish to have a full, 100% Bestiary (I
dunno why you bother) or for people who want to find a particular monster. 
I can't believe I actually can be bothered to do this...Makes me wonder how 
much free time I have.

-----------------------------
1. Goblin

LV: 6
HP: 16
MP: 3
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: 10

Steal: Potion
Drop: Leather Cap

-----------------------------

2. Steel Bat

LV: 2
HP: 20
MP: 10000
Strength: 3
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: 9

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
3. Devil Crab

LV: 3
HP: 16
MP: 0
Strength: 4
Defense: 3
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: 7

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
4. Stroper

LV: 3
HP: 20
MP: 0
Strength: 4
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: 8

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
5. Killer Bee

LV: 1
HP: 20
MP: 0
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: 15

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
6. Nutkin

LV: 1
HP: 20
MP: 0
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: z0

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
7. Stray Cat

LV: 2
HP: 20
MP: 0
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 20
EXP: 15

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
8. Black Goblin

LV: 7
HP: 20
MP: 0
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 21
EXP: 20

Steal: Potion
Drop: Leather Shoes

-----------------------------
9. White Serpent

LV: 4
HP: 25
MP: 0
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 24
EXP: 20

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
10. Moldwynd

LV: 1
HP: 20
MP: 5
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 27
EXP: 20

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
11. Mani Wizard

LV: 5
HP: 20
MP: 7
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 30
EXP: 20

Steal: Potion
Drop: Rod

-----------------------------
12. Skeleton

LV: 10
HP: 7
MP: 0
Strength: 8
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 57
EXP: 38

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Dagger

-----------------------------
13. Calcruthl

LV: 10
HP: 75
MP: 50
Strength: 8
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 60
EXP: 38

Steal: Potion
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
14. Undead Husk 

LV: 11
HP: 130
MP: 0
Strength: 10
Defense: 1
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 63
EXP: 46

Steal: Ether, Potion
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
15. Mindflusher

LV: 11
HP: 90
MP: 100
Strength: 9
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 66
EXP: 46

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Flame Scroll

-----------------------------
16. Gatling

LV: 7
HP: 80
MP: 0
Strength: 9
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 42
EXP: 30

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Gold Needle

-----------------------------
17. Big Horn

LV: 8
HP: 90
MP: 0
Strength: 10
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 50
EXP: 40

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
18. Tatou

LV: 8
HP: 100
MP: 0
Strength: 11
Defense: 3
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 70
EXP: 50

Steal: Potion
Drop: Tent

-----------------------------
19. Bandersnatch

LV: 9
HP: 120
MP: 0
Strength: 14
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 100
EXP: 60

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
20. Garula

LV: 9
HP: 500
MP: 0
Strength: 12
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Maiden's Kiss
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
21. Rock Slug

LV: 11
HP: 120
MP: 0
Strength: 13
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 69
EXP: 46

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
22. Gaelicat 

LV: 12
HP: 1000
MP: 20
Strength: 12
Defense: 0
Evasion: 15
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 72
EXP: 55

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
23. Cockatrice

LV: 12
HP: 100
MP: 0
Strength: 15
Defense: 0
Evasion: 30
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 75
EXP: 55

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
24. Headstone

LV: 12
HP: 50
MP: 0
Strength: 13
Defense: 8
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 78
EXP: 55

Steal: Hi-Potion. Silver Specs
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
25. Elf Toad

LV: 13
HP: 160
MP: 50
Strength: 15
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 81
EXP: 65

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
26. Ice Soldier

LV: 13
HP: 160
MP: 20
Strength: 17
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 84
EXP: 65

Steal: Potion, Mythril Sword
Drop: Long Sword

-----------------------------
27. Ricard Mage

LV: 10
HP: 100
MP: 70
Strength: 0
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 87
EXP: 75

Steal: Rod
Drop: Flame Rod

-----------------------------
28. Wyvern

LV: 14
HP: 200
MP: 0
Strength: 17
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 90
EXP: 160

Steal: Mythril Knife
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
29. Pas de Seul

LV: 14
HP: 280
MP: 50
Strength: 19
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 93
EXP: 100

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
30. Jackanapes

LV: 20
HP: 666
MP: 5000
Strength: 50
Defense: 50
Evasion: 50
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 50

Gil: 1
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir, Iron Draft
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
31. Aegir

LV: 14
HP: 180
MP: 0
Strength: 19
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 99
EXP: 120

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
32. Zu

LV: 15
HP: 850
MP: 0
Strength: 22
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 150
EXP: 360

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
33. Wild Nakk

LV: 15
HP: 95
MP: 100
Strength: 20
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 125
EXP: 70

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
34. Grass Tortoise

LV: 15
HP: 250
MP: 0
Strength: 20
Defense: 11
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 4

Gil: 100
EXP: 230

Steal: Turtle Shell
Drop: Turtle Shell

-----------------------------
35. Silent Bee

LV: 16
HP: 220
MP: 50
Strength: 20
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 111
EXP: 120

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Gold Needle

-----------------------------
36. Mythril Dragon

LV: 16
HP: 600
MP: 200
Strength: 28
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 114
EXP: 270

Steal: Mythril Armor, Potion
Drop: Mythril Glove

-----------------------------
37. Crew Dust

LV: 17
HP: 240
MP: 100
Strength: 21
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 120
EXP: 130

Steal: Eye Drops, Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
38. Poltergeist

LV: 17
HP: 240
MP: 100
Strength: 21
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 123
EXP: 135

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
39. Defeater

LV: 18
HP: 260
MP: 100
Strength: 22
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 129
EXP: 150

Steal: Potion
Drop: Speed Shake

-----------------------------
40. Motor Trap

LV: 17
HP: 240
MP: 100
Strength: 24
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 126
EXP: 150

Steal: Ether
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
41. Sergeant

LV: 0
HP: 400
MP: 100
Strength: 25
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 132
EXP: 160

Steal: Potion	
Drop: Silver Plate

-----------------------------
42. Sorcerer

LV: 18
HP: 350
MP: 500
Strength: 20
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 138
EXP: 180

Steal: Gaia Gear, Mage Masher
Drop: Ether

-----------------------------
43. Cur Nakk

LV: 19
HP: 140
MP: 0
Strength: 20
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 141
EXP: 140

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
44. Gigas

LV: 19
HP: 760
MP: 35
Strength: 28
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 144
EXP: 350

Steal: Elixir	
Drop: Goliath Tonic

-----------------------------
45. Page 32 

LV: 19
HP: 480
MP: 500
Strength: 27
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 147
EXP: 180

Steal: Green Beret, Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
46. Page 64

LV: 20
HP: 500
MP: 500
Strength: 27
Defense: 1
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 150
EXP: 200

Steal: Silver Specs, Potion
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
47. Page 128

LV: 20
HP: 700
MP: 500
Strength: 28
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 153
EXP: 190

Steal: Ether
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
48. Page 256

LV: 21
HP: 900
MP: 500
Strength: 29
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 156
EXP: 210

Steal: Ninja Suit, Hi-Potion
Drop: Mythril Shield

-----------------------------
49. Bomb

LV: 21
HP: 440
MP: 50
Strength: 29
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 162
EXP: 230

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
50. Double Lizard

LV: 21
HP: 700
MP: 0
Strength: 29
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 165
EXP: 260

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
51. Bio Soldier

LV: 18
HP: 540
MP: 500 
Strength: 30
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 168
EXP: 320

Steal: War Hammer, Battle Axe
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
52. Harvester

LV: 22
HP: 580
MP: 0
Strength: 30
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 171
EXP: 300

Steal: Silver Bow
Drop: Death Sickle

-----------------------------
53. Black Flame

LV: 22
HP: 220
MP: 100
Strength: 28
Defense: 0
Evasion: 50
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 174
EXP: 290

Steal: Speed Shake
Drop: Speed Shake

-----------------------------
54. Stone Golem

LV: 22
HP: 1000
MP: 0
Strength: 32
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 50

Gil: 177
EXP: 550

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
55. Mini Dragon

LV: 22
HP: 1000
MP: 100
Strength: 30
Defense: 30
Evasion: 30
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 180
EXP: 900

Steal: Dragon Fang
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
56. Prototype

LV: 23
HP: 5000
MP: 1000
Strength: 33
Defense: 100
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 100

Gil: 0
EXP: 2000

Steal: Ether
Drop: Dark Matter

-----------------------------
57. Skull Eater

LV: 32
HP: 1
MP: 100
Strength: 50
Defense: 90
Evasion: 90
Magic: 90
Magic Defense: 90

Gil: 100
EXP: 300

Steal: Tent
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
58. Dhorme Chimera

LV: 23
HP: 1000
MP: 150
Strength: 50
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 186
EXP: 1000

Steal: Trident
Drop: Phoenix

-----------------------------
59. Sandboil

LV: 23
HP: 420
MP: 0
Strength: 33
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 189
EXP: 260

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
60. Desert Killer

LV: 23
HP: 620
MP: 0
Strength: 34
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 192
EXP: 300

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
61. Sand Bear

LV: 24
HP: 1000
MP: 0
Strength: 36
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 195
EXP: 360

Steal: Javelin
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
62. Ra Mage

LV: 19
HP: 760
MP: 200
Strength: 25
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 198
EXP: 370

Steal: Sage's Surplice
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
63. Ronkan Knight

LV: 24
HP: 860
MP: 0
Strength: 36
Defense: 20
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 201
EXP: 380

Steal: Power Drink, Hi-Potion
Drop: Mythril Shield

-----------------------------
64. Stone Mask

LV: 24
HP: 450
MP: 20
Strength: 34
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 204
EXP: 320

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
65. Enchanted Fan

LV: 24
HP: 1000
MP: 200
Strength: 35
Defense: 2
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 207
EXP: 470

Steal: Elixir, Potion
Drop: Dark Bow

-----------------------------
66. Lamia

LV: 24
HP: 900
MP: 100
Strength: 35
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 3

Gil: 210
EXP: 490

Steal: Lamia's Tiara, Maiden's Kiss
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
67. Archeotoad

LV: 25
HP: 800
MP: 100
Strength: 34
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 213
EXP: 390

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
68. Hydra

LV: 25
HP: 2000
MP: 1000
Strength: 38
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 216
EXP: 1800

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Dragon Fang

-----------------------------
69. Ghidra

LV: 26
HP: 3000
MP: 1000
Strength: 42
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 219
EXP: 3108

Steal: Killer Bow
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
70. Pao

LV: 27
HP: 500
MP: 0
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Tent

-----------------------------
71. Tarantula

LV: 27
HP: 200
MP: 0
Strength: 35
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 231
EXP: 88

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Poison

-----------------------------
72. Shell Bear

LV: 27
HP: 380
MP: 0
Strength: 37
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 334
EXP: 89

Steal: Spear
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
73. Devilfish

LV: 26
HP: 600
MP: 50
Strength: 37
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 222
EXP: 330

Steal: Ether
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
74. Treant

LV: 26
HP: 700
MP: 50
Strength: 36
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 225
EXP: 330

Steal: Potion, Hi-Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
75. Strapparer

LV: 26
HP: 600
MP: 100
Strength: 37
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 228
EXP: 330

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
76. Merrow

LV: 25
HP: 400
MP: 0
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 200
EXP: 300

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
77. Flying Killer

LV: 26
HP: 300
MP: 0
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 200
EXP: 300

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
78. Little Chariot

LV: 8
HP: 480
MP: 100
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 200
EXP: 300

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
79. Neo Garula

LV: 27
HP: 980
MP: 100
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 500
EXP: 300

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Water Scroll

-----------------------------
80. Tunneller

LV: 27
HP: 1000
MP: 100
Strength: 36
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 237
EXP: 353

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Ether

-----------------------------
81. Birostris

LV: 27
HP: 1000
MP: 500
Strength: 35
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 240
EXP: 353

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
82. Fairy Orc

LV: 28
HP: 1000
MP: 1000
Strength: 36
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 243
EXP: 385

Steal: Potion, Holy Water
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
83. Devourer

LV: 28
HP: 1000
MP: 100
Strength: 37
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 246
EXP: 385

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
84. Mandrake

LV: 28
HP: 1000
MP: 100
Strength: 36
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 249
EXP: 385

Steal: Antidote, Eye Drops
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
85. Kuza Beast

LV: 28
HP: 5000
MP: 1000
Strength: 45
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 1000
EXP: 1000

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
86. Shield Dragon

LV: 29
HP: 19999
MP: 20000
Strength: 40 
Defense: 40
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 1000
EXP: 10000

Steal: Golden Shield, Mythril Shield
Drop: Golden Shield

-----------------------------
87. Exdeath's Soul

LV: 1
HP: ?
MP: 20000
Strength: 77
Defense: 40
Evasion: 50
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 45

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Dark Matter

-----------------------------
88. Blood Slime

LV: 29
HP: 600
MP: 100
Strength: 36
Defense: 39
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 264
EXP: 365

Steal: Holy Water
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
89. Acrophies

LV: 30
HP: 900
MP: 0
Strength: 36
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 267
EXP: 410

Steal: Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
90. Moogle Eater

LV: 23
HP: 1000
MP: 50
Strength: 39
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 270
EXP: 665

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
91. Lesser Lopros

LV: 32
HP: 2300
MP: 200
Strength: 42
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 273
EXP: 888

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
92. Cactus

LV: 29
HP: 1000
MP: 50
Strength: 37
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 255
EXP: 419

Steal: Gold Needle, Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
93. Sandcrawler

LV: 29
HP: 15000
MP: 1000
Strength: 45
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 1000
EXP: 1000

Steal: Tent
Drop: Power Drink

-----------------------------
94. Aquathorn

LV: 31
HP: 800
MP: 100
Strength: 39
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 279
EXP: 490

Steal: Potion
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
95. Weresnake

LV: 31
HP: 900
MP: 20
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 282
EXP: 490

Steal: Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
96. Kornago

LV: 31
HP: 1000
MP: 300
Strength: 38
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 285
EXP: 512

Steal: Potion
Drop: Eye Drops

-----------------------------
97. Cursed Being

LV: 31
HP: 1380
MP: 200
Strength: 41
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 288
EXP: 900

Steal: Maiden's Kiss
Drop: Hero's Cocktail

-----------------------------
98. Undergrounder

LV: 24
HP: 1450
MP: 200
Strength: 43
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 291
EXP: 520

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Iron Draft

-----------------------------
99. Objet d'Art

LV: 45
HP: 3300
MP: 20
Strength: 76
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 507
EXP: 100

Steal: Twin Lance, Hi-Potion
Drop: Gold Needle

-----------------------------
100. Drippy

LV: 32
HP: 900
MP: 100
Strength: 35
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 

Gil: 294
EXP: 540

Steal: Sage's Surplice, Mythril Hammer
Drop: Tent

-----------------------------
101. Lycaon

LV: 32
HP: 500
MP: 0
Strength: 36
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 200
EXP: 300

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
102. Bone Dragon

LV: 32
HP: 2590
MP: 10000
Strength: 39
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 300
EXP: 890

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Ether

-----------------------------
103. Poison Eagle

LV: 32
HP: 100
MP: 0
Strength: 37
Defense: 0
Evasion: 50
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 303
EXP: 500

Steal: Hayate Bow
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
104. Zombie Dragon

LV: 24
HP: 4590
MP: 0
Strength: 46
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 500
EXP: 1650

Steal: Dark Matter
Drop: Dragon Fang

-----------------------------
105. Gobbledygook

LV: 24
HP: 1000
MP: 100
Strength: 39
Defense: 5
Evasion: 15
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 1000
EXP: 890

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
106. Neon

LV: 33
HP: 700
MP: 100
Strength: 44
Defense: 5
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 312
EXP: 600

Steal: Speed Shake
Drop: Speed Shake

-----------------------------
107. Magnetite

LV: 33
HP: 1200
MP: 100
Strength: 43
Defense: 10
Evasion: 40
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 315
EXP: 610

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
108. Reflect Knight

LV: 33
HP: 1600
MP: 200
Strength: 47
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 318
EXP: 700

Steal: Poison Axe, War Hammer
Drop: Reflect Ring

-----------------------------
109. Traveller

LV: 33
HP: 1400
MP: 100
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 321
EXP: 580

Steal: Dream Harp
Drop: Dream Harp

-----------------------------
110. Level Tricker

LV: 34
HP: 1300
MP: 100
Strength: 41
Defense: 10
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 324
EXP: 710

Steal: Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
111. Gravitator

LV: 34
HP: 1800
MP: 200
Strength: 38
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 327
EXP: 720

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Gaia Gear

-----------------------------
112. Ziggurat Gigas

LV: 34
HP: 2420
MP: 500
Strength: 49
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 330
EXP: 1200

Steal: Partisan
Drop: Goliath Tonic

-----------------------------
113. Dark Aspic

LV: 40
HP: 900
MP: 1000
Strength: 47
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 417
EXP: 800

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
114. Metamorph

LV: 43
HP: 7000
MP: 10000
Strength: 40
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 777
EXP: 20

Steal: Hi-Potion, Staff
Drop: Staff of Light

-----------------------------
115. Cure Beast 

LV: 34
HP: 1000
MP: 100
Strength: 42
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 333
EXP: 620

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Elixir

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116. Land Turtle

LV: 34
HP: 1300
MP: 0
Strength: 42
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 336
EXP: 790

Steal: Potion
Drop: Turtle Shell

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117. Dechirer

LV: 35
HP: 1300
MP: 0
Strength: 43
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 339
EXP: 660

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Holy Water

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118. Mini Magician

LV: 11
HP: 1100
MP: 10
Strength: 30
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 345
EXP: 600

Steal: Wizard's Hat
Drop: Wizard's Hat

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119. Galajelly

LV: 34
HP: 75
MP: 100
Strength: 45
Defense: 20
Evasion: 50
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 348
EXP: 750

Steal: Eye Drops
Drop: Ether

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120. Mammon

LV: 35
HP: 1700
MP: 100
Strength: 46
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 351
EXP: 700

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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121. Imp

LV: 36
HP: 2000
MP: 200
Strength: 90
Defense: 5
Evasion: 30
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 354
EXP: 840

Steal: Potion
Drop: Diamond Armlet

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122. Wyrm

LV: 36
HP: 2700
MP: 100
Strength: 55
Defense: 20
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 357
EXP: 2200

Steal: Antidote
Drop: Dragon Fang

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123. Twin Lizard

LV: 33
HP: 1500
MP: 0
Strength: 54
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 360
EXP: 720

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Potion

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124. Blind Wolf

LV: 33
HP: 900
MP: 0
Strength: 54
Defense: 5
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 363
EXP: 600

Steal: Eye Drops
Drop: Eye Drops

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125. Hellraiser

LV: 34
HP: 1050
MP: 100
Strength: 49
Defense: 5
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 366
EXP: 750

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Phoenix Down

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126. Reflect Mage

LV: 36
HP: 1300
MP: 100
Strength: 52
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 369
EXP: 900

Steal: Reflect Ring
Drop: Ether

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127. Magic Dragon

LV: 36
HP: 2900
MP: 300
Strength: 58
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 372
EXP: 1200

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Elixir

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128. Black Warlock

LV: 36
HP: 1999
MP: 500
Strength: 50
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 30
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 375
EXP: 950

Steal: Judgment Staff, Poison Rod
Drop: Power Staff

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129. Adamantite Golem

LV: 37
HP: 3650
MP: 0
Strength: 62
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 378
EXP: 1100

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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130. Bandercoeurl

LV: 37
HP: 2600
MP: 100
Strength: 59
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 381
EXP: 1150

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Phoenix Down

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131. Iron Fist

LV: 38
HP: 3300
MP: 0
Strength: 63
Defense: 15
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 384
EXP: 1300

Steal: Beast Killer, Potion
Drop: Hero Cocktail

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132. Blue Dragon

LV: 38
HP: 6900
MP: 1000
Strength: 64
Defense: 10
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 500
EXP: 2500

Steal: Cottage, Dragon Fang
Drop: Dragon Fang

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133. Red Dragon

LV: 30
HP: 7500
MP: 1000
Strength: 65
Defense: 12
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 8

Gil: 500
EXP: 3000

Steal: Flame Ring, Hi-Potion
Drop: Elixir

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134. Yellow Dragon

LV: 38
HP: 8500
MP: 1000
Strength: 65
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 500
EXP: 2600

Steal: Ether, Thunder Rod
Drop: Coral Ring

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135. Sleepy

LV: 36
HP: 1600
MP: 100
Strength: 50
Defense: 5
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 396
EXP: 700

Steal: Hi-Potion, Healing Staff
Drop: Leather Cap

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136. Triffid

LV: 37
HP: 2200
MP: 100
Strength: 52 
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 399
EXP: 825

Steal: Iron Draft, Power Drink
Drop: Speed Shake

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137. Hedgehog

LV: 37
HP: 1000
MP: 0
Strength: 54
Defense: 25
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 402
EXP: 850

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Gold Needle

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138. Python

LV: 39
HP: 1800
MP: 0
Strength: 49
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 405
EXP: 680

Steal: Antidote
Drop: Eye Drops

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139. Shadow

LV: 40
HP: 1000
MP: 0
Strength: 57
Defense: 25
Evasion: 30
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 408
EXP: 880

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Holy Water

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140. Elm Gigas

LV: 39
HP: 4170
MP: 5000
Strength: 62
Defense: 5
Evasion: 20
Magic: 30
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 411
EXP: 810

Steal: Hero Cocktail
Drop: Goliath Tonic

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141. Desertpede 

LV: 40
HP: 2150
MP: 0
Strength: 59
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0 
Magic: 250
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 426
EXP: 900

Steal: Antidote, Potion
Drop: Dark Matter

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142. Bulette

LV: 41
HP: 1000
MP: 0
Strength: 61
Defense: 55
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 429
EXP: 1050

Steal: Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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143. Lamia Queen

LV: 40
HP: 2100
MP: 600
Strength: 54
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 435
EXP: 700

Steal: Thornlet, Maiden's Kiss
Drop: Lamia's Tiara

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144. Rajiformes

LV: 41
HP: 2200
MP: 1000
Strength: 61
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 438
EXP: 800

Steal: Power Drink
Drop: Potion

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145. Ushabti

LV: 38
HP: 1200
MP: 10
Strength: 51
Defense: 35
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 6

Gil: 441
EXP: 480

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Iron Draft

-----------------------------
146. Archeosaur

LV: 35
HP: 9960
MP: 1000
Strength: 67
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 444
EXP: 1800

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Dragon Fang

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147. Zephyrus

LV: 53
HP: 3780
MP: 5000
Strength: 55
Defense: 25
Evasion: 30
Magic: 60
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 500
EXP: 2000

Steal: Elixir, Potion
Drop: Elixir

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148. Mummy

LV: 27
HP: 2900
MP: 50
Strength: 48
Defense: 25
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 500
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
149. Aspis

LV: 35
HP: 1280
MP: 50
Strength: 57
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 800

Steal: Hi-Potion, Antidote
Drop: Antidote

-----------------------------
150. Mecha Head

LV: 37
HP: 7210
MP: 5000
Strength: 59
Defense: 28
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 18

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Gauntlets, Ether
Drop: Speed Shake

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151. The Damned

LV: 44
HP: 1980
MP: 0
Strength: 65
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 471
EXP: 1200

Steal: Holy Water
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
152. Grand Mummy

LV: 0
HP: 6000
MP: 300
Strength: 55
Defense: 30
Evasion: 10
Magic: 5
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Holy Water, Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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153. Sekhmet

LV: 41
HP: 6000
MP: 0
Strength: 70
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 10
EXP: 3

Steal: Thief's Gloves, Hi-Potion
Drop: Crystal Armor

-----------------------------
154. Slug

LV: 42
HP: 1820
MP: 100
Strength: 62
Defense: 10
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 453
EXP: 1100

Steal: 453
Drop: 1100

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155. Gloom Widow

LV: 42
HP: 1820
MP: 0
Strength: 60
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 456
EXP: 1100

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
156. Mykale

LV: 42
HP: 2000
MP: 200
Strength: 65
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 459
EXP: 1200

Steal: Death Sickle, Silk Robe
Drop: Luminous Robe

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157. Executor

LV: 42
HP: 2000
MP: 10000
Strength: 52
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 462
EXP: 1300

Steal: Ether
Drop: Diamond Armlet

-----------------------------
158. Oiseaurare

LV: 43
HP: 1900
MP: 100
Strength: 60
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 465
EXP: 1250

Steal: Mirage Vest, Hi-Potion
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
159. Shadow Dancer

LV: 43
HP: 4480
MP: 100
Strength: 75
Defense: 10
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 468
EXP: 1550

Steal: Dancing Dagger, Power Armlet
Drop: Mallet

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160. Numb Blade

LV: 43
HP: 2400
MP: 0
Strength: 81 
Defense: 10
Evasion: 30
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 474
EXP: 1400

Steal: Ice Shield, Ashura
Drop: Kotetsu

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161. Tot Aevis

LV: 47
HP: 33090
MP: 1000
Strength: 70
Defense: 10
Evasion: 20
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Ether, Aevis Killer
Drop: Aevis Killer

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162. Tiny Mage

LV: 43
HP: 1540
MP: 500
Strength: 80
Defense: 40
Evasion: 15
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 477
EXP: 780

Steal: Ether
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
163. Chrono Controller

LV: 43
HP: 2600
MP: 1000
Strength: 82
Defense: 45
Evasion: 20
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 480
EXP: 900

Steal: Healing Staff, Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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164. Flaremancer

LV: 44
HP: 3000
MP: 1000
Strength: 89
Defense: 35
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 486
EXP: 1100

Steal: Blitz Whip, Elixir
Drop: Sage's Miter

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165. Dueling Knight

LV: 44
HP: 2140
MP: 0
Strength: 78
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 489
EXP: 1100

Steal: Flame Shield, Power Drink
Drop: Power Drink

-----------------------------
166. Iron Muscles

LV: 44
HP: 2140
MP: 0
Strength: 80
Defense: 25
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 492
EXP: 1200

Steal: Goliath Tonic
Drop: Goliath Tonic

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167. Berserker

LV: 44
HP: 2140
MP: 0
Strength: 77
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 495
EXP: 1000

Steal: Elven Bow, Speed Shake
Drop: Death Sickle

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168. Unknown

LV: 41
HP: 2500
MP: 0
Strength: 60
Defense: 25
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 525
EXP: 1200

Steal: Beast Killer
Drop: Nothing

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169. Unknown (second type)

LV: 47
HP: 3500
MP: 500
Strength: 61
Defense: 40
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 519
EXP: 1080

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Goliath Tonic

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170. Unknown (third type)

LV: 46
HP: 2500
MP: 500
Strength: 62
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 522
EXP: 1350

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Power Drink

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171. Unknown (fourth type)

LV: 41
HP: 2500
MP: 500
Strength: 60
Defense: 25
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 525
EXP: 1200

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Speed Shake

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172. Unknown (fifth type)

LV: 47
HP: 6500
MP: 500
Strength: 67
Defense: 35
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 528
EXP: 2000

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Iron Draft

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173. Frost Bull

LV: 45
HP: 2300
MP: 0
Strength: 77
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 510
EXP: 1200

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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174. Istory Lythos

LV: 45
HP: 2300
MP: 0
Strength: 85
Defense: 30
Evasion: 20
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 513
EXP: 2000

Steal: Judgment Staff, Antidote
Drop: Dragon Fang

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175. Spizzner

LV: 39
HP: 2300
MP: 0
Strength: 71
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 516
EXP: 1250

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
176. Druid

LV: 44
HP: 2200
MP: 900
Strength: 60
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 30
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 501
EXP: 1500

Steal: Angel Ring, Potion
Drop: Phoenix Down

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177. Ironback

LV: 44
HP: 2200
MP: 0
Strength: 70
Defense: 50
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 504
EXP: 1300

Steal: Potion
Drop: Tent

-----------------------------
178. Mercury Bat

LV: 46
HP: 500
MP: 500
Strength: 65
Defense: 10
Evasion: 50
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 531
EXP: 1020

Steal: Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
179. Coral

LV: 46
HP: 2150
MP: 100
Strength: 66
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 534
EXP: 1268

Steal: Iron Draft, Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
180. Aquagel 

LV: 46
HP: 3300
MP: 100
Strength: 67
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 540
EXP: 1268

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Speed Shake

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181. Steel Fist

LV: 47
HP: 4000
MP: 100
Strength: 60
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 543
EXP: 1335

Steal: Hero Cocktail, Twist Headband
Drop: Kaiser Knuckles

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182. Alchymia

LV: 47
HP: 4500
MP: 3900
Strength: 70
Defense: 10
Evasion: 50
Magic: 90
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 546
EXP: 1000

Steal: Man-Eater, Maiden's Kiss
Drop: Elixir

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183. Tonberry

LV: 46
HP: 39393
MP: 100
Strength: 119
Defense: 10
Evasion: 30
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 537
EXP: 1268

Steal: Elixir, Plumed Hat
Drop: Mirage Vest

-----------------------------
184. Ankheg

LV: 48
HP: 2780
MP: 100
Strength: 75
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 570
EXP: 1250

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

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185. Ammonite

LV: 48
HP: 2780
MP: 0
Strength: 71
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 573
EXP: 1170

Steal: Potion, Hi-Potion
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
186. Landcrawler

LV: 48
HP: 22000
MP: 500
Strength: 100
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 576
EXP: 3270

Steal: Defender, Ancient Sword
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
187. Lemure

LV: 49
HP: 3800
MP: 300
Strength: 77
Defense: 30
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 579
EXP: 1500

Steal: Ribbon, Reflect Ring
Drop: Lamia's Harp

-----------------------------
188. Parthenope

LV: 49
HP: 3900
MP: 300
Strength: 76
Defense: 30
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 582
EXP: 1500

Steal: Coral Ring, Rainbow Dress
Drop: Reflect Ring

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189. Cherie

LV: 49
HP: 4000
MP: 300
Strength: 78
Defense: 30
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 585
EXP: 1500

Steal: Elven Mantle, Red Slippers
Drop: Hermes Sandals

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190. Magic Pot

LV: ?
HP: ?
MP: ?
Strength: ?
Defense: ?
Evasion: ?
Magic: ?
Magic Defense: ?

Gil: ?
EXP: ?

Steal: ?
Drop: ?

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191. Sucker

LV: 6
HP: 50
MP: 0
Strength: 7
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 40
EXP: 21

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
192. Octokraken

LV: 7
HP: 60
MP: 0
Strength: 8
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 45
EXP: 21

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
193. Sahagin

LV: 20
HP: 550
MP: 10
Strength: 27
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 100
EXP: 180

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potio

-----------------------------
194. Thunder Anemone

LV: 21
HP: 600
MP: 100
Strength: 28
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 100
EXP: 1600

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Thunder Scroll

-----------------------------
195. Sealbis

LV: 19
HP: 25
MP: 100
Strength: 30
Defense: 10
Evasion: 90
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 35

Gil: 100
EXP: 200

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Gold Needle

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196. Corbett

LV: 29
HP: 2800
MP: 0
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 1000
EXP: 0

Steal: Trident
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
197. Nix

LV: 25
HP: 1500
MP: 300
Strength: 90
Defense: 35
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 740
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion, Antidote
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
198. Water Scorpion

LV: 26
HP: 500
MP: 0
Strength: 59
Defense: 20
Evasion: 80
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 680
EXP: 0

Steal: Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
199. Vilia

LV: 27
HP: 19000
MP: 10000
Strength: 77
Defense: 40
Evasion: 40
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 10000
EXP: 0

Steal: Silver Specs, Maiden's Kiss
Drop: Angel Ring

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200. Gel Fish

LV: 28
HP: 1000
MP: 0
Strength: 0
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 540
EXP: 0

Steal: Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
201. Rukh

LV: 29
HP: 9000
MP: 500
Strength: 75
Defense: 20
Evasion: 5
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 5000
EXP: 0

Steal: Murasame, Hi-Potion
Drop: Goliath Tonic

-----------------------------
202. Sea Devil

LV: 30
HP: 5000
MP: 1000
Strength: 71
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 3000
EXP: 0

Steal: Defender, Hi-Potion
Drop: Turtle Shell

-----------------------------
203. Stingray

LV: 93
HP: 30000
MP: 1000
Strength: 66
Defense: 60
Evasion: 40
Magic: 70
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Rune Blade, Dark Matter
Drop: Dragon's Whisker

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204. Grenade

LV: 47
HP: 3000
MP: 500
Strength: 75
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 558
EXP: 1100

Steal: Flame Shield, Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
205. Baldanders

LV: 48
HP: 3000
MP: 100
Strength: 75
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 564
EXP: 1380

Steal: Angel Ring, Turtle Shell
Drop: Rune Chime

-----------------------------
206. Death Dealer

LV: 63
HP: 3000
MP: 100
Strength: 75
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 90
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 567
EXP: 1400

Steal: Sage's Miter, Holy Water
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
207. 

LV: 54
HP: 5000
MP: 500
Strength: 90
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 624
EXP: 1520

Steal: Ether, Potion
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
208. White Flame

LV: 49
HP: 1600
MP: 100
Strength: 65
Defense: 50
Evasion: 33
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 35

Gil: 588
EXP: 1430

Steal: Elixir, Eye Drops
Drop: Ether

-----------------------------
209. Moss Fungus

LV: 48
HP: 5000
MP: 200
Strength: 75
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 591
EXP: 1520

Steal: Air Knife, Hi-Potion
Drop: Antidote

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210.  Farfarello

LV: 48
HP: 2580
MP: 485
Strength: 90
Defense: 15
Evasion: 20
Magic: 70
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 606
EXP: 1390

Steal: Lilith Rod, Speed Shake
Drop: Eye Drops

-----------------------------
211. Orukat

LV: 49
HP: 2100
MP: 0
Strength: 75
Defense: 33
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 16

Gil: 594
EXP: 1350

Steal: Gold Needle, Dark Matter
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
212. Great Dragon

LV: 51
HP: 10000
MP: 1000
Strength: 100
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 615
EXP: 1900

Steal: Power Drink, Dragon Fang
Drop: Dragon Fang

-----------------------------
213. Achelon

LV: 52
HP: 3200
MP: 0
Strength: 100
Defense: 70
Evasion: 70
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 642
EXP: 1480

Steal: Flametongue, Turtle Shell
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
214. Ninja

LV: 52
HP: 500
MP: 200
Strength: 90
Defense: 15
Evasion: 70
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 612
EXP: 1800

Steal: Kiku-ichimonji, Shuriken
Drop: Fuma Shuriken

-----------------------------
215. Dragon Aevis

LV: 49
HP: 7000
MP: 1000
Strength: 100
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 618
EXP: 2020

Steal: Artemis Bow, Trident
Drop: Dragon Fang

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216. Sword Dancer

LV: 48
HP: 3000
MP: 0
Strength: 75
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 561
EXP: 2400

Steal: Enhancer, Mythril Helm
Drop: Icebrand

-----------------------------
217. Death Claw

LV: 51
HP: 4000
MP: 200
Strength: 70
Defense: 29
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 600
EXP: 1700

Steal: Thor Hammer, Hero Cocktail
Drop: Gold Needle

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218. Fury

LV: 50
HP: 5000
MP: 1000
Strength: 80
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 630
EXP: 2250

Steal: Cursed Ring, Reflect Ring
Drop: Black Robe

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219. Yojimbo

LV: 52
HP: 3960
MP: 0
Strength: 109
Defense: 5
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 645
EXP: 2000

Steal: Murakumo, Cottage
Drop: Power Sash

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220. Iron Giant

LV: 61
HP: 18000
MP: 10000
Strength: 100
Defense: 50
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 597
EXP: 10000

Steal: Iron Armor, Iron Helm
Drop: Goliath Tonic

-----------------------------
221. King Behemoth

LV: 82
HP: 18000
MP: 300
Strength: 95
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 1000
EXP: 0

Steal: Blood Sword, Phoenix Down
Drop: Twin Lance

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222. Crystal Dragon

LV: 62
HP: 17500
MP: 10000
Strength: 128
Defense: 40
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 10000
EXP: 0

Steal: Dragon Lance, Elixir
Drop: Crystal Armor

-----------------------------
223. Necromancer

LV: 54
HP: 6900
MP: 300
Strength: 79
Defense: 15
Evasion:0 
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 1000
EXP: 0

Steal: Bone Mail, Holy Water
Drop: Holy Water

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224. Gorgimera

LV: 51
HP: 10000
MP: 1000
Strength: 100
Defense: 15
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 900
EXP: 0

Steal: Aegis Shield, Hi-Potion
Drop: Circlet

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225. Mindflayer

LV: 53
HP: 4700
MP: 500
Strength: 90
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 800
EXP: 0

Steal: Main Gauche, Green Beret
Drop: White Robe

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226. Crystelle

LV: 52
HP: 3
MP: 500
Strength: 100
Defense: 50
Evasion: 50
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 2000
EXP: 0

Steal: Crystal Shield, Ether
Drop: Crystal Helm

-----------------------------
227. Belphegor

LV: 55
HP: 6000
MP: 500
Strength: 73
Defense: 30
Evasion: 15
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 950
EXP: 0

Steal: Rising Sun, Moonring Blade
Drop: Ice Shield

-----------------------------
228. Mover

LV: 52
HP: 10000
MP: 500
Strength: 128
Defense: 50
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 50000
EXP: 0

Steal: Water Scroll, Flame Scroll
Drop: Lightning Scroll

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229. Mini Satana

LV: 71
HP: 6500
MP: 1000
Strength: 100
Defense: 0
Evasion: 50
Magic: 40
Magic Defense: 60

Gil: 785
EXP: 12000

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
230. Assassin

LV: 73
HP: 10000
MP: 500
Strength: 110
Defense: 20
Evasion: 70
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 806
EXP: 8000

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Fuma Shuriken

-----------------------------
231. Soul Eater

LV: 68
HP: 7000
MP: 700
Strength: 50
Defense: 50
Evasion: 50
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 50

Gil: 800
EXP: 10000

Steal: Holy Water
Drop: Holy Water

-----------------------------
232. Behemoth

LV: 77
HP: 15000
MP: 200
Strength: 90
Defense: 13
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 800
EXP: 0

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Phoenix Down

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233. Dark Elemental

LV: 74
HP: 5500
MP: 10000
Strength: 80
Defense: 70
Evasion: 0
Magic: 35
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 757
EXP: 7000

Steal: Buckshot
Drop: Buckshot

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234. Dark Elemental (second type)

LV: 74
HP: 5500
MP: 10000
Strength: 80
Defense: 70
Evasion: 0
Magic: 35
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 757
EXP: 7000

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
235. Dark Elemental (third type)

LV: 74
HP: 5500
MP: 10000
Strength: 90
Defense: 70
Evasion: 0
Magic: 35
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 757
EXP: 7000

Steal: Ether
Drop: Ether

-----------------------------
236. Exoray

LV: 72
HP: 6000
MP: 5000
Strength: 50
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 30
Magic Defense: 40

Gil: 724
EXP: 4000

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
237. Duelist

LV: 73
HP: 15000
MP: 0
Strength: 1000
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 838
EXP: 25000

Steal: Tent
Drop: Cottage

-----------------------------
238. Medusa

LV: 69
HP: 7500
MP: 800
Strength: 99
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 762
EXP: 15000

Steal: Gold Needle
Drop: Gold Needle

-----------------------------
239. Dinozombie

LV: 94
HP: 20000
MP: 5000
Strength: 150
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 5000
EXP: 30000

Steal: Antidote
Drop: Dragon Fang

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240. Claret Dragon

LV: 92
HP: 17000
MP: 8000
Strength: 135
Defense: 40
Evasion: 0
Magic: 30
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 2200
EXP: 30000

Steal: Blastshot
Drop: Dragon Fang

-----------------------------
241. Ironclad

LV: 91
HP: 22000
MP: 15000
Strength: 140
Defense: 60
Evasion: 0
Magic: 60
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 1000
EXP: 40000

Steal: Earthbreaker
Drop: Diamond Helm

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242. Hades

LV: 97
HP: 33333
MP: 10000
Strength: 120
Defense: 30
Evasion: 50
Magic: 66
Magic Defense: 40

Gil: 15000
EXP: 50000

Steal: Cursed Ring
Drop: Bone Mail

-----------------------------
243. Wing Raptor 

LV: 1
HP: 250
MP: 25
Strength: 7
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Potion
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
244. Karlabos

LV: 5
HP: 650
MP: 100
Strength: 10
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Potion
Drop: Tent

-----------------------------
245. Siren

LV: 2
HP: 900
MP: 200
Strength: 15
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Bronze Armor

-----------------------------
246. Magissa

LV: 8
HP: 650
MP: 200
Strength: 14
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Whip

-----------------------------
247. Forza

LV: 8
HP: 850
MP: 100
Strength: 14
Defense: 3
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Power Drink

-----------------------------
248. Ice Commander

LV: 4
HP: 600
MP: 200
Strength: 21
Defense: 0
Evasion: 10
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Mythril Sword
Drop: Long Sword

-----------------------------
249. Shiva

LV: 11
HP: 1500
MP: 1000
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Phoenix Down, Hi-Potion
Drop: Frost Rod

-----------------------------
250. Garula

LV: 3
HP: 1200
MP: 100
Strength: 15
Defense: 7
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 4

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
251. Liquid Flame

LV: 19
HP: 3000
MP: 100
Strength: 18
Defense: 0
Evasion: 20
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Flame Scroll

-----------------------------
252. Iron Claw

LV: 39
HP: 900
MP: 150
Strength: 21
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0 
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 100
EXP: 40

Steal: Hero Cocktail
Drop: Silver Specs

-----------------------------
253. Ifrit

LV: 22
HP: 3000
MP: 1000
Strength: 29
Defense: 10
Evasion: 20
Magic: 32
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Flame Scroll

-----------------------------
254. Byblos

LV: 24
HP: 3600
MP: 1000
Strength: 30
Defense: 10
Evasion: 30
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Dark Matter, Mallet
Drop: Iron Draft

-----------------------------
255. Ramuh

LV: 21
HP: 4000
MP: 300
Strength: 27
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Ramuh

-----------------------------
256. Sandworm

LV: 18
HP: 3000
MP: 10125
Strength: 25
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
257. Cray Claw

LV: 43
HP: 2000
MP: 500
Strength: 37
Defense: 25
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Coral Sword
Drop: Frost Bow

-----------------------------
258. Adamantoise

LV: 20
HP: 2000
MP: 125
Strength: 31
Defense: 25
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 5

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Iron Draft
Drop: Turtle Shell

-----------------------------
259. Soul Cannon

LV: 36
HP: ?
MP: 1000
Strength: 7
Defense: 5
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 100
EXP: 40

Steal: Elixir, Ether
Drop: Dark Matter

-----------------------------
260. Launcher

LV: 50
HP: ?
MP: 1000
Strength: 7
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0 
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Ether
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
261. Launcher (second type) 

LV: 50
HP: ?
MP: 1000
Strength: 7
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Ether
Drop: Hi-Potion
-----------------------------
262. Archeoaevis

LV: 21
HP: ?
MP: 2000
Strength: 39
Defense: 30
Evasion: 10
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 6

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Goliath Tonic

-----------------------------
263. Purabolos

LV: 22
HP: 1500
MP: 100
Strength: 45
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: 
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
264. Titan

LV: 1
HP: 2500
MP: 2000
Strength: 45
Defense: 10
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Gaia Hammer, Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
265. Manticore

LV: 19
HP: 3300
MP: 1000
Strength: 40
Defense: 10
Evasion: 10 
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Wind Spear, Dragon Fang
Drop: Phoenix Down

-----------------------------
266. Abductor

LV: 22
HP: 1500
MP: 2000
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Gaia Gear
Drop: Ether

-----------------------------
267. Gilgamesh (first encounter)

LV: 26
HP: ?
MP: 2000
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
268. Gilgamesh (second encounter)

LV: 28
HP: ?
MP: 1000
Strength: 49
Defense: 14
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Trident, Hero Cocktail
Drop: Wizard's Hat

-----------------------------
269. Tyrannosaur

LV: 29
HP: 5000
MP: 1000
Strength: 45
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Golden Shield
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
270. Abductor

LV: 29
HP: 2500
MP: 1000
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Power Armlet, Hi-Potion
Drop: Potion

-----------------------------
271. Golem

LV: ?
HP: ?
MP: ?
Strength: ?
Defense: ?
Evasion: ?
Magic: ?
Magic Defense: ?

Gil: ?
EXP: ?

Steal: ?
Drop: ?

-----------------------------
272. Dragon Pod

LV: 33
HP: 12000
MP: 1000
Strength: 40
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 40

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Elixir

-----------------------------
273. Dragon Flower

LV: 31
HP: 100
MP: 1000
Strength: 5
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 50

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Phoenix

-----------------------------
274. Gilgamesh (third encounter)

LV: 31
HP: 8888
MP: 888
Strength: 50
Defense: 10
Evasion: 10
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Genji Gloves
Drop: Golden Shield

-----------------------------
275. Enkidu

LV: 29
HP: 4000
MP: 1000
Strength: 50
Defense: 0
Evasion: 20
Magic: 40
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Green Beret
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
276. Atomos

LV: 41
HP: 19997
MP: 10000
Strength: 10
Defense: 14
Evasion: 0
Magic: 80
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Flail, Ether
Drop: Dark Matter

-----------------------------
277. Crystal (first type)

LV: 77
HP: 7777
MP: 10000
Strength: 40
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 15
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Ash

-----------------------------
278. Crystal (second type)

LV: 77
HP: 7777
MP: 10000
Strength: 40
Defense: 10
Evasion: 1
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Ash

-----------------------------
279. Crystal (third type)

LV: 77
HP: 7777
MP: 10000
Strength: 40
Defense: 10
Evasion: 1
Magic: 15
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Ash

-----------------------------
280. Crystal (fourth type) 

LV: 77
HP: 7777
MP: 10000
Strength: 40
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Ash

-----------------------------
281. Catoblepas

LV: 38
HP: 5000
MP: 500
Strength: 55
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Catoblepas

-----------------------------
282. Gil Turtle

LV: 57
HP: 32768
MP: 8000
Strength: 115
Defense: 40
Evasion: 40
Magic: 90
Magic Defense: 55

Gil: 5000
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion, Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
283. Carbuncle

LV: 44
HP: 15000
MP: 10000
Strength: 50 
Defense: 50
Evasion: 70
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 50

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Goliath Tonic, Reflect Ring
Drop: Turtle Shell

-----------------------------
284. Gilgamesh  (fourth encounter)

LV: 53
HP: ?
MP: 2000
Strength: 60
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Gauntlets
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
285. Exdeath

LV: 66
HP: 32768
MP: 32768
Strength: 58 
Defense: 25
Evasion: 10
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Judgment Staff, Elixir
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
286. Antlion

LV: 34
HP: 8100
MP: 1000
Strength: 48
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10 
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 3000
EXP: 0

Steal: Hi-Potion
Drop: Cottage

-----------------------------
287. Melusine

LV: 29
HP: 20000
MP: 500
Strength: 49
Defense: 90
Evasion: 10
Magic: 5
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Leather Armor
Drop: Maiden's Kiss

-----------------------------
288. Gargoyle

LV: 33
HP: 5000
MP: 300
Strength: 58
Defense: 13
Evasion: 10
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 12

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Phoenix Down, Potion
Drop: Hi-Potion

-----------------------------
289. Wendigo

LV: 7
HP: 20000
MP: 8192
Strength: 65
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 10
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Dark Matter
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
290. Odin

LV: 2
HP: 17000
MP: 500
Strength: 60
Defense: 20
Evasion: 10
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Protect Ring
Drop: Flame Shield

-----------------------------
291. Minotaur 

LV: 37
HP: 19850
MP: 0
Strength: 99
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Fuma Shuriken, Leather Shoes
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
292. Omniscient

LV: 53
HP: 16999
MP: 30000
Strength: 100
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 8

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Kornago Gourd, Potion
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
293. Triton

LV: 37
HP: 13333
MP: 10000
Strength: 55
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir, Gold Needle
Drop: Iron Draft

-----------------------------
294. Nereid

LV: 20
HP: 13333
MP: 10000
Strength: 54
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir, Gold Needle
Drop: Power Drink

-----------------------------
295. Phobos

LV: 39
HP: 13333
MP: 10000
Strength: 55
Defense: 0
Evasion: 0
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 25

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir, Gold Needle
Drop: Goliath Tonic

-----------------------------
296. Leviathan

LV: 37
HP: 40000
MP: 2000
Strength: 85
Defense: 25
Evasion: 10
Magic: 1
Magic Defense: 15

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Reflect Ring

-----------------------------
297. Famed Mimic Gogo

LV: 77
HP: ?
MP: 60000
Strength: 120
Defense: 30
Evasion: 30
Magic: 35
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Gold Hairpin, Leather Armor
Drop: Tiger Mask

-----------------------------
298. Bahamut

LV: 99
HP: 40000
MP: 10000
Strength: 69
Defense: 10
Evasion: 5
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Dragon Fang
Drop: Dragon Fang

-----------------------------
299. Apanda

LV: 59
HP: 22200
MP: 1000
Strength: 73
Defense: 23
Evasion: 20
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Ash
Drop: Ash

-----------------------------
300. Calofisteri

LV: 68
HP: 18000
MP: 1000
Strength: 66
Defense: 50
Evasion: 10
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Reflect Ring, Plumed Hat
Drop: Diamond Plate

-----------------------------
301. Azulmagia

LV: 57
HP: 27900
MP: 50000
Strength: 65
Defense: 30
Evasion: 10
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 70

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Titan's Gloves, Elixir
Drop: Black Cowl

-----------------------------
302. Alte Roite

LV: 58
HP: 6000
MP: 1000
Strength: 45
Defense: 45
Evasion: 70
Magic: 5
Magic Defense: 60

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Holy Water, Potion
Drop: Healing Staff

-----------------------------
303. Jura Aevis

LV: 61
HP: 15000
MP: 1000
Strength: 65
Defense: 35
Evasion: 20
Magic: 45
Magic Defense: 30

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Dragon Lance, Turtle Shell
Drop: Dragon Fang

-----------------------------
304. Catastrophe

LV: 71
HP: 19997
MP: 19997
Strength: 67
Defense: 40
Evasion: 15
Magic: 20
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Cottage, Elixir
Drop: Gold Needle

-----------------------------
305. Halicarnassus

LV: 97
HP: 33333
MP: 5000
Strength: 65
Defense: 10
Evasion: 0
Magic: 250
Magic Defense: 20

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Aegis Shield, Staff of Light
Drop: Elven Mantle

-----------------------------
306. Twintania

LV: 39
HP: 50000
MP: 10000
Strength: 90
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 7
Magic Defense: 16

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Flame Shield, Phoenix Down
Drop: Tinklebell

-----------------------------
307. Gilgamesh (fifth encounter)

LV: 59
HP: ?
MP: 0
Strength: 109
Defense: 0
Evasion: 5
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 35

Gil: 15
EXP: 0

Steal: Genji Shield
Drop: Rune Bow

-----------------------------
308. Necrophobe

LV: 66
HP: 44044
MP: 10000
Strength: 99 
Defense: 50
Evasion: 10
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 50

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Thief's Gloves, Elixir
Drop: Luminous Robe

-----------------------------
309. Barrier

LV: 44
HP: ?
MP: 300
Strength: 100
Defense: 30
Evasion: 0
Magic: 5
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Reflect Ring, Hi-Potion
Drop: Nothing

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310. Gilgamesh (sixth encounter)

LV: 93
HP: ?
MP: 60000
Strength: 115 
Defense: 35
Evasion: 30
Magic: 0
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Genji Armor
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
311. Omega

LV: 119
HP: ?
MP: 60700
Strength: 115
Defense: 190
Evasion: 95
Magic: 199
Magic Defense: 150 

Gil: 50000
EXP: 0

Steal: Nothing
Drop: Omega Badge

-----------------------------
312. Shinryu

LV: 97
HP: ?
MP: 51000
Strength: 175
Defense: 60
Evasion: 20
Magic: 128
Magic Defense: 60

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Dragon's Whisker, Dragon's Fang
Drop: Dragon Seal

-----------------------------
313. Exdeath

LV: ?
HP: ?
MP: ?
Strength: ?
Defense: ?
Evasion: ?
Magic: ?
Magic Defense: ?

Gil: ?
EXP: ?

Steal: ?
Drop: ?

-----------------------------
314. Neo Exdeath

LV: ?
HP: ?
MP: ?
Strength: ?
Defense: ?
Evasion: ?
Magic: ?
Magic Defense: ?

Gil: ?
EXP: ?

Steal: ?
Drop: ?

-----------------------------
315. Grand Aevis

LV: 97
HP: 42000
MP: 20000
Strength: 120 
Defense: 60
Evasion: 30
Magic: 100
Magic Defense: 40

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Cottage
Drop: Fairy's Bow

-----------------------------
316. Archeodemon

LV: 17
HP: 50000
MP: 62000
Strength: 180
Defense: 40
Evasion: 0
Magic: 90
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Phoenix Down
Drop: Chaos Orb

-----------------------------
317. Guardian

LV: 97
HP: 55000
MP: 60000
Strength: 110 
Defense: 40
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Blitzshot
Drop: Crystal Orb

-----------------------------
318. Launcher (first type)

LV: 97
HP: 20000
MP: 50000
Strength: 110
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Blastshot
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
319. Launcher (second type)

LV: 97
HP: 20000
MP: 50000
Strength: 110
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 50
Magic Defense: 10

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Blastshot
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
320. Wave Cannon

LV: 97
HP: 22000
MP: 55000
Strength: 120 
Defense: 20
Evasion: 0
Magic: 100
Magic Defense: 0

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Blitzshot
Drop: Nothing

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321. Omega Mk.II

LV: 97
HP: 65000
MP: 60000
Strength: 150 
Defense: 200
Evasion: 100
Magic: 200
Magic Defense: 200

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Force Shield

-----------------------------
322. Neo Shinryu

LV: 97
HP: 65000
MP: 60000
Strength: 200
Defense: 100
Evasion: 20 
Magic: 8
Magic Defense: 100

Gil: 0
EXP: 0

Steal: Elixir
Drop: Nothing

-----------------------------
323. Enuo

LV: ?
HP: ?
MP: ?
Strength: ?
Defense: ?
Evasion: ?
Magic: ?
Magic Defense: ?

Gil: ?
EXP: ?

Steal: ?
Drop: ?

-----------------------------

FINISHED YA UBERSADIFTW!!!

Thanks to AUNAO's guide for 2-3 monsters that I missed. Check out AUNAO's 
guide on GFaqs for a much better Bestiary than mine.

==============================================================================
				MONSTER LOCATIONS (18.0k)
==============================================================================

(a direct extract from KiaLobeli's guide)

This section is based on the lists created by Zelloss, aka Genis Irving, who
created them on the gamefaqs message boards through his own experience and the
input of many of the boards inhabitants. to see you original thread containing
these lists, look here: 
http://boards.gamefaqs.com/gfaqs/genmessage.php?board=930369&topic=31674973

I have expanded on the original lists by Zelloss by including all monster
names, more accurate locations for some of the creatues and noting if creatures
from the first two worlds are still available in the third.

3: If there is a star in this column, the creature is still findable in world
   three.
M: If there is a star in this column, the creature cannot be found again once
   you have completed the area in which it is located, make sure to get them
   before you leave.
WM: The creature is found on the World Map.

Note: The listing for which enemies can still be found at the end of the game
      is not yet complete. Please don't email me saying I've missed something.

=========
Chapter 1
=========

Num - Name              3 M Location
001 - Goblin            *   Tycoon (WM), Tule (WM), Wind Shrine (WM)
002 - Steel Bat         *   Pirate Hideout
003 - Devil Crab        *   Pirate Hideout
004 - Stropper          *   Pirate Hideout
005 - Killer Bee        *   Tycoon (WM), Tule (WM), Wind Shrine (WM)
006 - Nutkin            *   Tule (WM), Wind Shrine (WM), Lix (WM), Jachol Cave
007 - Stray Cat             Tule (WM), Wind Shrine (WM), Lix (WM)
008 - Black Goblin      *   Wind Shrine (2F-4F)
009 - White Serpent     *   Wind Shrine (2F-4F)
010 - Moldwynd          *   Wind Shrine (2F-4F)
011 - Mani Wizard       *   Wind Shrine (3F-4F)
012 - Sekelton              Ship Graveyward
013 - Calcruthl             Ship Graveyward
014 - Undead Husk           Ship Graveyward (Shipwrecks)
015 - Mindflusher           Ship Graveyward (Shipwrecks)
016 - Gatling           *   Torna Canal (WM), Carwen (WM), Castle Walse (WM)
017 - Big Horn          *   Torna Canal (WM), Carwen (WM), Castle Walse (WM)
018 - Tatou             *   Carwen (WM), Castle Walse (WM)
019 - Bandersnatch      *   Torna Canal (WM), Castle Walse (WM)
020 - Garula            *   Carwen (WM), Tower of Walse (WM)
021 - Rock Slug         *   North Mountain
022 - Gaelicat          *   North Mountain
023 - Cockatrice        *   North Mountain
024 - Headstone         *   North Mountain
025 - Elf Toad              Castle Walse (Watertower), 
                            Tower of Walse (1F-2F, 7F)
026 - Ice Soldier           Castle Walse (Watertower),
                            Tower of Walse (1F-3F, 5F-6F, 8F-9F)
027 - Ricard Mage         * Tower of Walse (1F-3F, 5F-6F, 8F-9F)
028 - Wyvern              * Tower of Walse (3F-5F, 7F-8F)
029 - Pas de Seul         * Tower of Walse (3F-6F, 9F)
030 - Jackanapes        *   Castle Walse (Basement)
031 - Aegir                 Karnak (WM), Library of the Ancients (WM)
032 - Zu                    Karnak (WM), Library of the Ancients (WM)
033 - Wild Nakk             Karnak (WM) (Forests)
034 - Grass Tortoise        Karnak (WM), Library of the Ancients (WM)
035 - Silent Bee            Library of the Ancients (WM)
036 - Mythril Dragon        Library of the Ancients (WM) (Forests)
037 - Crew Dust         *   Fire-Powered Ship
038 - Poltergeist       *   Fire-Powered Ship
039 - Defeater          *   Fire-Powered Ship
040 - Motor Trap        *   Fire-Powered Ship (Kill defeater last)
041 - Sergeant            * Karnak Castle
042 - Sorcerer            * Karnak Castle
043 - Cur Nakk            * Karnak Castle
044 - Gigas               * Karnak Castle
045 - Page 32               Library of the Ancients
046 - Page 64               Library of the Ancients
047 - Page 128              Library of the Ancients
048 - Page 256              Library of the Ancients
049 - Bomb                  Jachol (WM)
050 - Doublizard            Crescent (WM), Jachol (WM)
051 - Bio Soldier           Crescent (WM), Jachol (WM)
052 - Harvester             Crescent (WM)
053 - Black Flame           Crescent (WM), Istory (WM)
054 - Stone Golem           Istory (WM)
055 - Mini Dragon           Istory (WM)
056 - Prototype             Two islands south west of Crescent (WM)
057 - Skull Eater       *   Jachol Cave
058 - Dhorme Chimera        Desert near Library of the Ancients (WM)
059 - Sandboil              Desert of Shifting Sands
060 - Desert Killer         Desert of Shifting Sands
061 - Sand Bear             Desert of Shifting Sands
062 - Ra Mage             * Ronka Ruins
063 - Ronkan Knight       * Ronka Ruins
064 - Stone Mask          * Ronka Ruins
065 - Enchanted Fan       * Ronka Ruins
066 - Lamia               * Ronka Ruins
067 - Archeotoad          * Ronka Ruins
068 - Hydra               * Ronka Ruins
069 - Ghidra              * Ronka Ruins

191 - Sucker              * Torna Canal
192 - Octokraken          * Torna Canal
193 - Sahagin           *   Sea battles
194 - Thunder Anemone   *   Sea battles
195 - Sea Ibis          *   Sea battles
196 - Corbetta          *   Sea battles (Edge of world)

243 - Wing Raptor       *   Wind Shrine
244 - Karlabos              Torna Canal
245 - Siren             *   Ship Graveyard
246 - Magissa           *   North Mountain
247 - Forza             *   North Mountain (Don't kill Magissa to fast)
248 - Ice Commander       * Castle Walse (Watertower)
249 - Shiva               * Castle Walse (Watertower)
250 - Garula            *   Tower of Walse
251 - Liquid Flame      *   Fire-Powered Ship
252 - Iron claw           * Karnak Castle (Don't kill Sergeant outside)
253 - Ifrit                 Library of the Ancients
254 - Byblos            *   Library of the Ancients
255 - Ramuh             *   Forest near Istory (WM)
                        (Available later only if you miss him in world one)
256 - Sandworm          *   Desert of Shifting Sands
257 - Cray Claw             Sea near Crescent
258 - Adamantoise       *   Meteorite at Tycoon
259 - Soul Cannon       *   Outside Gohn Ruins
260 - Launcher          *   Outside Gohn Ruins
261 - Launcher          *   Outside Gohn Ruins
262 - Archeoaevis       *   Ronka Ruins
263 - Purobolos         *   Walse Meteorite
264 - Titan                 Karnak Meterorite
265 - Manticore         *   Gohn Meteorite

=========
CHAPTER 2
=========

Num - Name              3 M Location
070 - Pao                   Solitary Island, where you start (WM)
071 - Tarantula             ExDeath's Castle (B2-B3)
072 - Shell Bear            ExDeath's Castle (B2-B3)
073 - Devilfish             Exdeath's Castle (WM)
074 - Treant                Exdeath's Castle (WM)
075 - Strapparer            Exdeath's Castle (WM)
076 - Merrow              * Big Bridge
077 - Flying Killer       * Big Bridge
078 - Little Chariot      * Big Bridge
079 - Neo Garula          * Big Bridge
080 - Tunneler              Regole (WM)
081 - Birostris             Regole (WM)
082 - Fairy Orc             Regole (WM)
083 - Devourer              Regole (WM)
084 - Mandrake              Regole (WM)
085 - Kuza Beast            Sealed Castle (Beach east of the castle) (WM)
086 - Shield Dragon     *   Sealed Castle
087 - This monster only appears during Chapter 3.
088 - Blood Slime           Underground Waterway
089 - Acrophies             Underground Waterway
090 - Moogle Eater          Underground Waterway
091 - Lesser Lopros         Underground Waterway
092 - Cactus                Desert before Moogle Village (WM)
093 - Sandcrawler           Desert before Moogle Village (WM)
094 - Aquathorn         *   Quelb (WM)
095 - Weresnake         *   Quelb (WM)
096 - Kornago           *   Quelb (WM)
097 - Cursed Being      *   Quelb (WM)
098 - Undergrounder         Gil Cave
099 - Objet d'Art       *   Castle Bal Basement
100 - Drippy            *   Drakenvale
101 - Lycaon            *   Drakenvale
102 - Bone Dragon       *   Drakenvale
103 - Poison Eagle      *   Drakenvale
104 - Zombie Dragon     *   Drakenvale
105 - Gobbledygook          Xezat's Fleet
106 - Neon                * Barrier Tower
107 - Magnetite           * Barrier Tower
108 - Reflect Knight      * Barrier Tower
109 - Traveler            * Barrier Tower
110 - Level Tricker       * Barrier Tower
111 - Gravitator          * Barrier Tower
112 - Ziggurat Gigas      * Barrier Tower
113 - Dark Aspic            Ghido's Cave
114 - Metamorph             Ghido's Cave
115 - Cure Beast            North of Surgate Castle (WM), Moore (WM)
116 - Land Turtle           North of Surgate Castle (WM), Moore (WM)
117 - Dechirer              North of Surgate Castle (WM), Moore (WM)
118 - Mini Magician         Great forest of Moore
119 - Galajelly             Great forest of Moore
120 - Mammon                Great forest of Moore
121 - Imp                 * Great forest of Moore (second and third area)
122 - Wyrm                * Great forest of Moore (second and third area)
123 - Twin Lizard           Exdeath's Castle (2F-4F, 10F)
124 - Blind Wolf            Exdeath's Castle (2F-4F, 6F-7F, 10F, 12F)
125 - Hellraiser            Exdeath's Castle (2F-5F, 9F-11F)
126 - Reflect Mage          Exdeath's Castle (2F-6F, 8F, 10F-12F)
127 - Magic Dragon          Exdeath's Castle (4F, 10F)
128 - Black Warlock         Exdeath's Castle (4F-6F, 8F-12F)
129 - Adamantite Golem      Exdeath's Castle (5F-6F, 8F-9F, 11F-12F)
130 - Bandercoeurl          Exdeath's Castle (6F-7F, 12F)
131 - Iron Fist             Exdeath's Castle (7F, 9F)
132 - Blue Dragon           Exdeath's Castle (7F-9F)
133 - Red Dragon            Barrier tower (Chest), Exdeath's Castle (7F-8F)
134 - Yellow Dragon         Barrier tower (Chest), Exdeath's Castle (8F-9F)

176 - Druid                 Underwater cave (North west)
177 - Ironback              Underwater cave (North west)

266 - Abductor            * Solitary Island, where you start
267 - Gilgamesh             Exdeath's Castle
268 - Gilgamesh             Big Bridge
269 - Tyrannosaur       *   Underground Waterway
270 - Abductor              Castle Bal (WM)
271 - Golem             *   Drakenvale
                        (Available later only if you miss him in world two)
272 - Dragon Pod        *   Drakenvale
273 - Dragon Flower     *   Drakenvale
274 - Gilgamesh             Xezat's Fleet
275 - Enkidu              * Xezat's Fleet
276 - Atomos            *   Barrier Tower
277 - Crystal           *   Guardian Tree
278 - Crystal           *   Guardian Tree
279 - Crystal           *   Guardian Tree
280 - Crystal           *   Guardian Tree
281 - Catoblepas          * North western island
282 - Gil Turtle        *   Gil Cave
283 - Carbuncle           * Exdeath's Castle
284 - Gilgamesh           * Exdeath's Castle
285 - Exdeath               Exdeath's Castle

=========
CHAPTER 3
=========

Num - Name              M Location
087 - Exdeath Soul        Sealed Castle
135 - Sleepy              Ancient Library (WM)
136 - Triffid             Ancient Library (WM)
137 - Hedgehog            Ancient Library (WM)
138 - Python              Ancient Library (WM)
139 - Shadow              Ancient Library (WM)
140 - Elm Gigas           Ancient Library (WM)
141 - Desertpede          Pyramid (WM)
142 - Bulette             Pyramid (WM)
143 - Lamia Queen         Pyramid
144 - Rajiformes          Pyramid
145 - Ushabti             Pyramid
146 - Archeosaur          Pyramid
147 - Zephyrus            Pyramid
148 - Mummy               Pyramid
149 - Aspis               Pyramid
150 - Mech Head           Pyramid
151 - The Damned          Pyramid
152 - Grand Mummy         Pyramid
153 - Sekhmet             Pyramid
154 - Slug                Moore, Crescent
155 - Gloom Widow         Moore, Crescent
156 - Mykale              Moore, Crescent
157 - Executor            Island Shrine
158 - Oiseaurare          Island Shrine
159 - Shadow Dancer       Island Shrine
160 - Numb Blade          Island Shrine
161 - Tot Aevis           Island Shrine
162 - Tiny Mage         * Fork Tower (Left Side)
163 - Chrono Controller * Fork Tower (Left Side)
164 - Flaremancer       * Fork Tower (Left Side)
165 - Deuling Knight    * Fork Tower (Right Side)
166 - Iron Muscles      * Fork Tower (Right Side)
167 - Berserker         * Fork Tower (Right Side)
168 - Unknown             Great Sea Trench
169 - Unknown             Great Sea Trench
170 - Unknown             Great Sea Trench
171 - Unknown             Great Sea Trench
172 - Unknown             Great Sea Trench
173 - Frost Bull          Between Istory and Regole (WM)
174 - Istory Lythos       Between Istory and Regole (WM)
175 - Spizzner            Between Istory and Regole (WM)

178 - Mercury Bat         Istory Falls
179 - Coral               Istory Falls
180 - Aquagel             Istory Falls
181 - Steel Fist          Istory Falls
182 - Alchymia            Istory Falls
183 - Tonberry            Istory Falls
184 - Ankheg              Phoenix Tower (WM)
185 - Ammonite            Phoenix Tower (WM)
186 - Landcrawler         Phoenix Tower (WM)
187 - Lemure              Phoenix Tower
188 - Parthenope          Phoenix Tower
189 - Cherie              Phoenix Tower
190 - Magic Pot           Phoenix Tower

197 - Nix                 Sea battle (WM)
198 - Water Scorpion      Sea battle (WM)
199 - Vilia               Sea battle (WM)
200 - Gel fish            Sea battle (WM)
201 - Rukh                Sea battle (WM)
202 - Sea Devil           Sea battle (WM)
203 - Stingray            Sea battle (WM)

286 - Antlion             Pit near Tule
287 - Melusine            Guardian Tree
288 - Gargoyle            Multiple places
289 - Wendigo             Island Shrine
290 - Odin                Castle Bal Basement
291 - Minotaur            Fork Tower
292 - Omniscient          Fork Tower
293 - Triton              Great Sea Trench
294 - Nereid              Great Sea Trench
295 - Phobos              Great Sea Trench
296 - Leviathan           Istory Falls
297 - Famed Mimic gogo    Sunken Walse Tower
298 - Bahamut             North Mountain

===================
Cleft of Dimensions
===================

Num - Name              Location
204 - Grenade           Area 2: Ruins
205 - Baldanders        Area 2: Ruins   
206 - Death Dealer      Area 2: Ruins
207 - Level Checker     Area 2: Ruins
208 - White Flame       Area 3: Forest
209 - Moss Fungus       Area 3: Forest
210 - Farfarello        Area 3: Forest
211 - Orukat            Area 4: Caves
212 - Great Dragon      Area 4: Caves
213 - Achelon           Area 4: Caves
214 - Ninja             Area 6: Sky Area
215 - Dragon Aevis      Area 6: Sky Area
216 - Sword Dancer      Area 7: Castle
217 - Death Claw        Area 7: Castle
218 - Fury              Area 7: Castle
219 - Yojimbo           Area 7: Castle
220 - Iron Giant        Area 7: Castle
221 - King Behemoth     Area 8: Void
222 - Crystal Dragon    Area 8: Void
223 - Necromancer       Area 8: Void
224 - Gorgimera         Area 8: Void
225 - Mindflayer        Area 8: Void
226 - Crystelle         Area 8: Void
227 - Belphegor         Area 8: Void
228 - Mover             Area 8: Void

299 - Apanda            Area 5: Library
300 - Calofisteri       Area 3: Forest
301 - Azulmagia         Area 7: Castle
302 - Alte Roite        Area 7: Castle
303 - Jura Aevis        Area 7: Castle
304 - Catastrophe       Area 7: Castle
305 - Halicarnassus     Area 7: Castle
306 - Twintania         Area 7: Castle
307 - Gilgamesh         Area 8: Void
      (Only appears if you fought Gilgamesh in Exdeath's Castle)
308 - Necrophobe        Area 8: Void
309 - Barrier           Area 8: Void
310 - Gilgamesh         Area 8: Void
      (Only appears during Necrophobe fight if you fought Gilgamesh in
       Exdeath's Castle)
311 - Omega             Area 4: Waterfall Caves
312 - Shinryu           Area 8: Void
313 - Exdeath           Final Boss
314 - Neo Exdeath       Final Boss

=============================
SEALED TEMPLE (Bonus Dungeon)
=============================

Num - Name              Location
229 - Mini Satana       Sealed Temple - Dungeon / Sealed Temple - Arena
230 - Assassin          Sealed Temple - Corridor
231 - Soul Eater        River of Souls - 1F
232 - Behemoth          Titan's Cave - 2F
233 - Dark Elemental    Sealed Temple - Ruins
234 - Dark Elemental    Sealed Temple - Ruins
235 - Dark Elemental    Sealed Temple - Ruins
236 - Exoray            Heart of Ronka
237 - Deulist           Abyssal Falls
238 - Medusa            Tomb of Memory
239 - Dinozombie        Titan's Cave - 2F
240 - Claret Dragon     Lethe Court
241 - Ironclad          Lethe Court
242 - Hades             Lethe Court

315 - Grand Aevis       Sealed Temple - Arena
316 - Archeodemon       Sealed Temple - Dungeon
317 - Guardian          Lethe Court - Stairway to Destiny
318 - Launcher          Lethe Court - Stairway to Destiny
319 - Launcher          Lethe Court - Stairway to Destiny
320 - Wave Cannon       Lethe Court - Stairway to Destiny
321 - Omega MK II
322 - Neo Shinryuu
323 - Enuo              Lethe Court - The Void

(thanks to KiaLobeli for allowing me to have this in my guide!)

==============================================================================
				BOSSES (19.0l)
==============================================================================

The Bosses are listed in the actual walkthrough, but I've listed them here as
well for your convenience. It's in alphabetical order, NOT the order you fight
them in.

==============================================================================
 ??? X 4
\========/

HP - 7777
Strength - 40
Defense - 10
Magic - 15
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0	
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Ash
Type - None

Battle Strategy: The right crystal is of water type, the left is of wind, the
                 top is of fire and the bottom is of earth. Don't use 
                 Firaga, for example, on the top crystal. Once they're about
                 to get destroyed, they use elemental attacks which does a 
                 serious amount of damage. Heal when necessary, and use Blue
                 Magic to end this battle quickly, especially Death Claw.

VeghEsther's Strategy: 4x crystals boss moore forest 4x phoenix downs + dark
                       matter items use mix and combine both items for a doom
                       potion this will instant kill each crystal 1 at a time.

LegendaryBakura's Strategy: Provided that you're fairly rich, the Samurai's 
                            Zeninage ('GP Toss') ability can eliminate the 
                            four Elemental Crystals fairly swiftly, and you
                            won't have to fear any form of retaliatory action
                            either, as Zeninage isn't an elemental attack
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Abductor
\=========/

HP - 1500
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 10
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gaia Gear
Treasure - Ether
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This battle isn't important. Sure, you can steal Gaia Gear
                 from it, and sure, it drops Ether if you win (who bloody 
                 cares) but aside from that, there's no real importance in 
                 battle. With only Bartz in your party, if you're not at a 
                 high level, then your chances of winning are like 0, since he
                 knocks you to single digits of health with Maelstorm, and 
                 then hits you to win. A ninja or samurai would be useful,
                 but win or lose, the result is the same.

Difficulty: NA/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Abductor
\=========/

HP - 2500
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Power Armlet + Hi-Potion
Treasure - Potion
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Look at his stats, look at his health. Enough said. Forget
                 about magic, keep Pressing A to keep attacking and you'll 
                 most likely be finished in the next half minute, without any
                 damage as well!

Difficulty: 2/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Adamantoise
\===========/

HP - 2000
Strength - 31
Defense - 25
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 5
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Iron Daft
Treasure - Turtle Shell
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This battle won't take long. He's only got 2000 HP for 
                 starters, but his high defense easily makes up for that. The
                 only option left is magic. He's vulnerable against ice, so 
                 use that to your advantage. Frost rods, Blizzara, Shiva,
                 they're all effective against it. Oh, and I forgot to mention
                 he's Lvl 20, which means Lvl 5 Death will OHKO him.

Difficulty: 4/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Alte Roite
\==========/

HP - 21000
Strength - 65
Defense - 35
Magic - 45
Magic Defense - 30
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dragon Lance + Turtle Shell
Treasure - Dragon Fang
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Finisher. Enuf said. After taking a lot of damage, it'll 
                 reveal its true form, the Jura Aevis. All you have to do is
                 watch out for the Breath Wing, and heal when necessary. Other
                 than that, FINISHER!!!
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Antlion
\========/

HP - 8100
Strength - 48
Defense - 20
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 3000
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion
Treasure - Cottage
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This battle is a cinch, what with 3rd-tier magic, (Blizzaga,
                 Firaga and Thundara) and heavy weaponary. The only thing that
                 could cause a slight commotion is that it can use Dischord,
                 which halves your level for the battle, therefore halving
                 your attack. Other than that, you won't have any problem with
                 this fiend. It'll flee at the end of the battle.
                 
Difficulty: 3/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Apanda
\======/

HP - 22200
Strength - 73
Defense - 23
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Ash
Treasure - Ash
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: Three elemental finishers. Finished..........................
                 .............................................................
                 of if you're not as lucky, hack at him away with Finishers, 
                 or Firaga and Bahamut. Finishers are still the best way to
                 end though.

CrossFusionStarman: If you summon Ifrit during the battle, Apanda will waste 
                    one turn cowering in fear, which gives you some time to
                    attack him without retaliation.  
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Archeoaevis
\===========/

HP - ?
Strength - 39
Defense - 30
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 6
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Goliath Tonic
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This thing is one ****ed up dragon/bird. This guy changes its
                 weakness, which gets really annoying. It's defense is high,
                 so I recommend Magic and Summons. Once he's started using
                 elemental attacks, stop with the magic and hit him with all
                 your strength! Have Flame Ring equiped to negate some of its
                 attacks, and cure when needed. After you  kill it once, it'll
                 revive. But this time, a Level 5 Death is all you need to 
                 kill it. This thing is hard and annoying and shouldn't be
                 taken lightly.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Archeoavis: 4x monks pound it till it revives itself 
                       then LV 5 death it.

Honalululand: When it's weak to wind, it drops the tonic.
              When it absorbs ice, it drops a Power Drink.
              If it's absorbing fire, it'll drop a Speed Shake.
              If it decides to absorb lightning, the dropped item will be an 
              Iron Draft.
              When it's immune to the base elements, earth, and wind, it'll 
              drop a Hero Cocktail.

Splitblkribbon: If you use the control skill on the lamia which you encounter 
                in the dungeon, you can learn the 1000 needles blue magic 
                spell, which works wonders against this bird. Use it on the 
                first form and it will die very quickly. Let me know what you
                think

Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

==============================================================================
 Archeodemon
\===========/

HP - 50000
Strength - 180
Defense - 40
Magic - 90
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down
Treasure - Chaos Orb
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: While Grand Aevis mainly focuses on status ailments, this
                 demon focuses on one thing, and one thing only. How to rip
                 you from limb to limb! Flare will easily do more than 2000+
                 damage, and Megaflare and Gigaflare will most likely do more
                 than half of your HP to all party members. He'll also drain
                 your HP to heal himself. Don't physically attack him, for he
                 will cast Death on himself which I believe will heal himself
                 completely (weird way of healing eh, but then again, he is
                 undead). Use Quick and then Dual-cast Bahamut or Meteor, and
                 you'll most likely kill him in the first turn, if not then 
                 the second. 
                 
Difficulty: 8/10

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 Atomos
\======/

HP - 19997
Strength - 10
Defense - 14
Magic - 80
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Flail + Ether
Treasure - Dark Matter
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This thing quite possibly is stronger and harder than the 
                 Liquid Flame, which, until now, was the hardest boss. This
                 thing will cast meteors onto your party, dealing massive 
                 amounts of damage and Gravity, which also does massive
                 amounts. The one factor that makes it less hard than the
                 Liquid Flame: once it kills one of your characters, it'll
                 try to suck him/her into itself, which wastes a hell a lot
                 time, and also gives you the perfect oppurtunity to kill it.
                 Titan and Bio do the most damage, so use them.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Atmos Barrier Tower Dark shock then once it connects
                       LV 5 death will instant kill it.                 

Difficulty: 7/10

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 Azulmagia
\=========/

HP - 27900
Strength - 65
Defense - 30
Magic - 50
Magic Defense -  70
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Titan's Gloves + Elixir
Treasure - Black Cowl
Type - None

Battle Strategy: You know the strategy now. Finishers. End of story. If you
                 don't want to for some reason, or if you don't have it, cast
                 Bio on it, for it seems to be especially weak against it.

DanieruLynx's Strategy: Although for the boss 'Azulmagia', there's an 
                        alternate, quicker, and VERY fun way of killing him.
                        Y'see, if you cast Blue Magic on him, he retaliates 
                        with the same spell. Sooo cast Self-Destruct, and 
                        he'll blow himself to Hell! Boss fight over, =D
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

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 Byblos
\=======/

HP - 3600
Strength - 30
Defense - 10
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 30
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dark Matter + Mallet
Treasure - Iron Daft
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: Ok, Ifrit might have been a pushover, but this guy ain't no
                 pushover. Don't take this battle lightly, Byblos is 
                 dangerous, what with Magic Hammer (a blue ability if you want
                 it), half your level and MP, confuse plus a lot more devious
                 techniques. However, this guy has a weakness towards fire.
                 USE THAT TO YOUR AdVANAGE! SUMMON IFRIT! CAST FIRA! Anything
                 that'll bring him down quickly. Flame rods is an excellent
                 idea as well. This guy will take a lot longer than Ifrit did
                 and don't always expect to win on your first go.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Byablos is weak to fire but don't summon ifrit at all 
                       use Fira only. Or if you did learn death claw use that
                       instead.

Difficulty: 6.5/10

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 Bahamut
\=======/

HP - 40000
Strength - 69
Defense - 10
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dragon Fang
Treasure - Dragon Fang
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Immediately at the beginning of the battle, summon Carbuncle,
                 for Bahamut has some nasty attacks like Frost and Maelstrom,
                 and ESPECIALLY MEGA FLARE! 3rd-tier magic works well, but 
                 with Legendary Weapons and Dual-Wield, your normal attacks 
                 will most likely do more damage. Have summoners summon the 
                 newly-acquired Syldra. Wait for Bahamut to use Mega Flare and
                 and you've pretty much got the battle in the bag.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Bahamut wait till you get quick in Phantom Village and
                       Meteor castable with 4x time mages quick + meteor x2 
                       if each meteor casting does 4x 1000 per hit = 32,000 HP
                       in 1 turn. 
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

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 Calofisteri
\===========/

HP - 18000
Strength - 66
Defense - 50
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 30
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Reflect Ring + Plumed Hat
Treasure - Diamond Plate
Type - Magic Beast Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Two elemental finishers. Finished............................
                 .............................................................
                 or if you're not as lucky, just keep using Finishers until
                 she dies. She wastes a lot of turns draining your MP.
                 
Difficulty: 3/10

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 Carbuncle
\==========/

HP - 15000
Strength - 50
Defense - 50
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 50
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Goliath Tonic + Reflect Ring
Treasure - Turtle Shell
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This boss is simple enough. It's NOT immune to Break, but it
                 counter that with reflect on himself. However, there is still
                 some ways. Get a Mystic Knight and cast Spellblade Break,
                 and continue to hit it until it hits. Catoblepas also works,
                 although rarely. It uses elemental magic which does around 
                 500-600 damage to a single character, which can be easily
                 reversed with Cura, so it won't take long to take him down.

Saxuallyapeasing: I defeated him in two turns with the Bio swordblade spell:
                  One to charge it and one to strike him with it.  Seems to 
                  have an instant death effect on him, like Thundaga 
                  spellblade has against the small Omegas in the pyramid. 
                  Dual-wielding is advised, because the first hit may miss.

Samus20018: I beat Carbuncle by casting Reflect on one character with my 
            White mage then bounced Break off of that character.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

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 Catastrophe
\===========/

HP - 19997
Strength - 67
Defense - 40
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Cottage + Elixir
Treasure - Gold Needle
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Finisher. Enuf said. If your still so stubborn as to not use
                 it, then just attack it. I told you cast Float since it uses
                 Earth Shaker, which does a lot of damage to your whole party!

VeghEsther's Strategy: Catastrophe float before the battle + reflect ring 
                       equipped before hand then it will never use earthshaker
                       at all.
                 
Difficulty: 6/10

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 Covert
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Ninja Suit
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: With your legendary weapons, normal attacks will finish him
                 off real soon. Summon Odin to fasten the process. Watch out
                 for some of his attacks though, namely Illusion. This will
                 create an "Illusion" of him, and since there's only one of 
                 him on the field, all the attacks you inflict on him when
                 Illusion is on won't be counted to his health.
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

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 Cray Claw
\=========/

HP - 2000
Strength - 37
Defense - 25
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 25
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Coral Sword
Treasure - Frost Bow
Type - Water

Battle Strategy: The "brother" of bad ugly Karlabos, it looks exactly the same
                 except for it's grey outing. Use exactly the same strategy to
                 defeat Cray Claw; use Thunder attacks (Spellblade works nice
                 here, even Thunderscrolls and Ramuh), strong attacks,
                 cure when you need to (this thing has some ugly attacks so
                 always be prepared to heal) and it won't take long for him to
                 go down.

Difficulty: 4/10

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 Dragon Pod
\===========/

HP - 12000
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 40
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Elixir
Type - None

Battle Strategy: As soon as the battle begins, summon Golem to decrease the
                 amount of damage this thing does. Afterwards, either use
                 physical attacks with powerful weapons, the Black Magic Bio
                 or the summon Titan. With these 3, this boss won't be that
                 hard. Titan will kill all the annoying plants that protect
                 the Dragon Pod. Golem will stop all the status ailment 
                 changes the Dragon Pod can bring. All in all, this isn't a
                 very difficult, one which you shouldn't find a problem.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Dragon Pod boss Death Claw it.

Difficulty: 4.5/10

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 Enuo 
\====/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: Okay, Enuo may be hard, but still not as difficult as Omega
                 MKII and a hell of a lot easier than Neo Shinryu. Rapid Fire
                 isn't really effective against it, so Dual-Cast Bahamut, 
                 Mime, Finisher, and Enuo won't know what hit him. After 
                 you've damaged him enough, the power of the Void will grow,
                 and this is where the hard part begins. Now, Enuo will cast
                 spells such as Hurricane, which has the same effect as 
                 Maelstrom (god I hate that technique) and he'll also turn 
                 your party into zombies. If you run out of MP, tough luck, 
                 you're out of the battle (unless you want to use Ethers). 
                 Continue hacking away at Enuo and he'll fall.
                               
Difficulty: 9.5/10

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 Exdeath
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Okay...WTF? You're continuing to fight with 0 HP? Oh well.
                 Keep attacking him...yeah...until he falls...

VeghEsther's Strategy: Ex Death Galuf dies battle mix a self destruct mix: 
                       turtle shell + dark matter to end the battle easily.
                 
Difficulty: NA/10

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 Exdeath
\=======/

HP - 32768
Strength - 58
Defense - 25
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 25
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Judgement Staff + Elixir
Treasure - None
Type - None

Battle Strategy: This guy isn't too hard when you buckle down and think about
                 it. There's been harder bosses. For one, he's not as 
                 annoying as Gilgamesh was for putting status ailments on 
                 everybody, and he doesn't heal himself. So, whatever damage
                 you've done to him stays. Firaga is the essential technique
                 to use against him, uttering more than 2000 damage each time.
                 Curaga is also your friend, so use that. I recommend at least
                 2 Black Mages, possibly 3, to use Firaga each time, and 1 
                 White Mage to heal with Curaga. Although he's not too hard,
                 he does have a lot of HP, so this battle will take some time.
                 There have been bosses stronger than him *coughGilTurtle*
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

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 Exdeath
\========/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: Finishers, end of story. This battle is surprisingly easy,
                 with high levels and Finishers. 5 Elemental Finishers is all
                 it takes. If you don't want to fight Neo Exdeath later, 
                 (which is without doubt the hardest boss you'll face in 
                 FFV's main walkthrough...except for Omega and Shinryu) have
                 a Cannoneer combine a Blitzshot and Dark Matter, creating 
                 Chaos Shot, which will destroy it and it won't be sucked into
                 the Void, replaced by Neo Exdeath.
                 
Difficulty: 6/10

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 Famed Mimic Gogo
\================/

HP - ?
Strength - 120
Defense - 30
Magic - 35
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gold Hairpin + Leather Armor
Treasure - Tiger Mask
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Very much like the Paladin battle in FFIV, all you have to
                 do is sit there, listen to it talk and do absolutely 
                 nothing. Go have a toilet break, have some cookies, maybe
                 a glass of Coke and come back. Yep, it'll cast Banish on 
                 itself. Goodbye!
                 
Difficulty: NA/10

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 Gargoyle X 2
\============/

HP - 5000
Strength - 58
Defense - 13
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 12
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down + Potion
Treasure - Hi - Potion
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: The one factor which makes this battle annoying 
                 is that to end this fight, you'll have to kill both of them,
                 or the other will revive the other one. 3rd-tier magic on 
                 both is useful, as well as Flare. If you have Lever 3 Flare, 
                 use it. It won't take long for both to fall.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

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 Garula
\=======/

HP - 1200
Strength - 15
Defense - 7
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 4
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion + Potion
Treasure - Hi-Potion
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This boss has real big weaknesses. It may start off as an
                 easy fight, but it eventually counters all your attacks and
                 brings out some of its tricks. Be especially careful of
                 Rush. The battle gets harder as it progresses. Don't waste
                 on healing, just attack. Monks are especially useful at this
                 stage, but if you don't like monks, just get the ability
                 "Barehanded". It'll make this battle a lot easier.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Garula Silence + Ponds Chorus blue magic in that order
                       and its physical hits will barely do even 20 so HP per
                       hit.

Difficulty: 5/10

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 Gilgamesh (first encounter)
\===========================/

HP - ?
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Elixir
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: With only Galuf available, you know they can't make him 
                 overly hard. This battle is a cinch, to tell ya the truth.
                 Don't worry about magic, just pummel him to death with either
                 samurai, monk or ninja techniques. If you're at a high enough
                 level, he'll be so easy that he'll die before he lands a 
                 single hit on you.

Difficulty: 2/10

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 Gilgamesh (second encounter)
\============================/

HP - ?
Strength - 49
Defense - 14
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Trident + Hero Cocktail
Treasure - Wizard's Hat
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: This time, he's a lot harder than the first time you met. 
                 His attacks do a lot of damage, so make sure to have at least
                 1 White Mage in your party. Other than that, physical and
                 magical attacks will do well on him. Titan is especially 
                 handy, so rip him out with your magic and physical attacks.
                 Near the end of the battle, he'll start jumping around with
                 Shell and Protect casted on himself. Make sure to heal so
                 you don't die, and he'll go down pretty quick.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Giglamesh bridge battle silence should effect him cast
                       it ASAP and he won't protect/shell himself .

Difficulty: 6/10

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 Gilgamesh (third encounter)
\===========================/

HP - 8888
Strength - 50
Defense - 10
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Genji Gloves
Treasure - Golden Shield
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Okay, you've faced this guy enough times to know what to do
                 with him. He's slow, and his attacks aren't strong...that 
                 says enough. Slash at him with swords or rip him apart with
                 katanas. Sword Dance is incredibly useful here, which can
                 deplete Gilgamesh of 1/4 of his health in one hit! He'll 
                 summon Enkidu after a while, and it'll first recover 4000
                 health for Gilgamesh. NO!!! Keep ripping them apart until
                 they're both dead. Oh, and make sure to steal Genji Gloves
                 from Gilgamesh. That speaks for itself.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Gilgamesh 3rd battle Zenage till he runs but steal 
                       the genji glove first.

Difficulty: 4/10

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 Gilgamesh (fourth encounter)
\============================/

HP - ?
Strength - 60
Defense - 10
Magic - 1	
Magic Defense - 15
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gauntlets + Hi-Potion
Treasure - None
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Now that you've faced him enough times, you should know what
                 to do against him. After some time, he'll ask what happened
                 to the "old fellow" and when Krile tells him, he's actually
                 speechless and appears sad, not making jokes and harsh 
                 comments for once. He enjoys battling with you and cherishes 
                 the moment. After he transforms, steel the Genji Helmet from
                 him. After some more bashing, Exdeath will banish him from
                 this dimension for being useless.
                 
Difficulty: 4/10

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 Gilgamesh (fifth encounter)
\===========================/

HP - ?
Strength - 109
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 35
Gil - 15
Experience - 0
Steal - Genji Shield
Treasure - Rune Bow
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Hack away at him and the battle will stop. After some convo,
                 where he'll display his true colours about the group, and 
                 leave. Make sure to steal his Genji Shield.
                 
Difficulty: NA/10

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 Gil Turtle
\==========/

HP - 32768
Strength - 115
Defense - 40
Magic - 90
Magic Defense - 55
Gil - 5000
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion + Potion
Treasure - None
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: A boss that's harder than Liquid Flame has arrived. Yes, 
                 that's right, a boss that's harder than Liquid Flame! Let's
                 analyse this guy okay? He's got massive HP, strength and
                 defense and absorbs fire and thunder. Have at least a black
                 mage to cast Blizzaga on him every round, have at least 1 
                 White Mage casting Curaga every round, a Summoner to cast
                 Golem and a Time Mage to cast Float...Keep at it and
                 HOPEFULLY you'll be lucky enough to beat it. Don't complain
                 to me if you can't beat it, it took me like 10 mins to defeat
                 him! Trust me, it's so not worth it defeating this brute
                 3 times for gil.	
                 
Difficulty: 8.5/10

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 Grand Aevis
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HP - 42000
Strength - 120
Defense - 60
Magic - 100
Magic Defense - 40
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Cottage
Treasure - Fairy's Bow
Type - Aevis

Battle Strategy: Your first taste of the level of strength the Sealed Temple
                 possesses. The Grand Aevis alone wouldn't have proved to be
                 much of a fight, but for two Dark Elementals with him, the
                 difficulty just raised up a notch (actually, by a lot). The
                 Dark Elementals will continuosly cast Aeroga and heal one 
                 another with White Wind, and while they are easily destroyed
                 by a single Bahamut or Rapid Fire, they come back as you 
                 attack the Grand Aevis. The Grand Aevis, on the other hand,
                 will absolutely OWN you with attacks such as Breath Wing;
                 dealing 1000+ damage to all party members, Zombie Powder; 
                 turning party members to zombie and Maelstrom; bring down
                 every party member's HP to single digits. They don't sound so
                 appealing, do they? Dual-cast Bahamut, Mime, Curaga, Rapid
                 Fire and repeat. You might have to heal twice because of
                 Maelstrom and Zombie Powder. Oh, and just on a side note,
                 the music is the same as that of when you're fighting Exdeath
                 in the Void. Suits it well, for to beat this guy, you'll need
                 a HELL a lot of luck. GOOD LUCK!!! You'll need it..........
                 Oh, and if you think that was a hard battle, wait 'til you
                 fight Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu...hehehe...
                 
Difficulty: 9/10

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 Guardian
\=========/

HP - 55000
Strength - 110
Defense - 40
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Blitzshot
Treasure - Crystal Orb
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: Without doubt the easiest boss in the Sealed Temple, this is
                 similar to the Soul Cannon battle. Summon Bahamut to kill the
                 Launchers and the Wave Cannon, before unleashing Rapid Fire
                 against the Guardian. This battle is nothing compared to 
                 Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu.
                               
Difficulty: 7/10

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 Halicarnassus
\=============/

HP - 33333
Strength - 65
Defense - 10
Magic - 250
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Aegis Shield + Staff of Light
Treasure - Elven Mantle
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Finisher. How many times do I have to say it? When she casts
                 Ribbit on one of your party, take time to cure her of the
                 status ailment, before hacking away using Finishers.
                 
Difficulty: 6/10

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 Ifrit
\======/

HP - 3000
Strength - 29
Defense - 10
Magic - 32
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down
Treasure - Flame Scroll
Type - Fire

Battle Strategy: Ouch. This boss is so damn easy after that Liquid Flame hell
                 that you'll piss yourself laughing. Seriously, this battle's
                 a cinch. He's fire, so he's obviously weak against Water and
                 Ice. Cast Blizzara and summon Shiva to constantly weaken him.
                 Having Frost Rods isn't that bad of an idea either. If you 
                 have Aqua Breath, use it, it's extremely helpful. This battle
                 is nothing compared to Liquid Flame, and you won't have much
                 of a challenge.

Difficulty: 3/10

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 Karlabos
\=========/

HP - 650
Strength - 10
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Potion
Treasure - Tent
Type - Water

Battle Strategy: WTF is this thing? A Scorpion/Lobster would pretty much 
                 describe it's looks. The Karlabos is especially weak against
                 thunder, so use thunder magic. If things are't looking well,
                 heal with a White Mage (you should have one). Other than that
                 just attack with all your might. It'll go down not long after
                 the battle starts.

Difficulty: 3/10

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 Leviathan
\==========/

HP - 40000
Strength - 85
Defense - 25
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 15
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Reflect Ring
Type - Water

Battle Strategy: Since Leviathan is of the Water Type, it'll be vulrenable to
                 lighting, so use Thundaga! If not, then Bahamut and Odin will
                 do just fine. Watch out for Leviathan's feared Tidal Wave
                 attack, which should be easily countered with Curaga. If
                 you're super rich, then buy some Coral Rings; they'll absorb
                 his Tidal Wave attack. All in all, this is one of the easier
                 Leviathan battles.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Leviathan cast Thundaga once then mime it till it dies.
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

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 Liquid Flame
\============/

HP - 3000
Strength - 18
Defense - 0
Magic - 10
Magic Defense - 15
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Flame Scroll
Type - Fire

Battle Strategy: Do not underestimate this boss. It will be easily the hardest
                 boss you've faced up until now. Since it's fire, water and
                 ice obviously works best. Use Frost Rods if you have any,
                 and continously attack it with Blizzara and Shiva. Liquid
                 Flame also has many forms. The Human form will cast Blaze on
                 your party. Attack it quick to switch forms. The hand form 
                 will use Ray on your party and Fira. Attack it again a few
                 times for it to switch to it's tornado form. When attacked,
                 it will use magnet on one of the characters, which will
                 paralyze them. It will also heal itself by casting Fira.
                 This boss battle is sure to take some time, and will be the
                 hardest battle yet. Patience is your friend, not foe.

Morneau's Strategy: Start with 1, 2 or even 3 Gravity, it will take out 1500,
                    750 and 375 hp. Note that in its 3rd form (hand?), it's 
                    immune to Gravity. But still, taking out 1500 and 750 in 
                    2 shoots is priceless!

Difficulty: 7.5/10

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 Magissa
\========/

HP - 650
Strength - 14
Defense - 0
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Power Drink, Whip
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Do not, I repeat, DO NOT kill her until she summons Forza. 
                 Forza is much stronger than Magissa, but take out Magissa
                 first, because she will heal Forza. She isn't really 
                 resistant to magic, but isn't weak against it either. Just
                 pummel her with your strongest attacks. She'll go down before
                 long.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Magissa with or without Forza summoned the free frost
                       rod in Carwen should instant kill both after breaking
                       it.

Difficulty: 5/10

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 Manticore
\==========/

HP - 3300
Strength - 40
Defense - 10
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Wind Spear, Dragon Fang
Treasure - Phoenix Down
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This thing is resistant against magic, so don't bother with
                 black. Summons do the same, if not less, than physical 
                 attacks, so I recommend for this boss that you turn everbody
                 into fighters, one which can use White Magic, and just keep
                 on attacking and healing when it uses Aqua Breath. It won't
                 take very long if you're a high enough level. 

VeghEsther's Strategy: Manticore 3x shurikan buy them in Lix Village.

Kazuma's Strategy: i was reading your ffv guide and i just battled tje 
                   Manticore and i found that using zeninage 1 time will 
                   kill it instantly (considering you trained and have money)

Difficulty: 4,5/10

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 Melusine
\========/

HP - 20000
Strength - 49
Defense - 90
Magic - 5
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Leather Armor
Treasure - Maiden's Kiss
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Competition against Barbariccia in FFIV? Nope, Melusine wins
                 hands down. She's so much more exposed, with only snakes 
                 covering her genitals...LETS RIP HER UP! Firaga works
                 incredibly well. A few turns of Firaga and she's down and
                 out. To fasten the process, summon Carbuncle and reflect
                 Firaga off everyone for more than 8000+ damage! This battle
                 took me less than a minute to finish.
                 
Difficulty: 2/10

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 Minotaur
\========/

HP - 19859
Strength - 99
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Fuma Shuriken + Leather Shoes
Treasure - Nothing
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: Since you can't use magic in this battle, all you do is slash
                 and rip and do whatever you can with normal attacks to end
                 this fight. This is why I told you to bring your two  
                 strongest physical attackers. Don't equip Excalibur or Holy
                 Lance if you have it, for it'll absorb Holy attacks. Use the
                 newly-acquired Defender if you have to. This battle's quite 
                 easy compared to the ones before. It'll try and use Holy at
                 the end of the fight, but it doesn't have enough MP :)

VeghEsther's Strategy: Minotaur 2x ninja's  with image and use fuma's 
                       shurikans or just Zeniage till it dies.
                 
Difficulty: 4.5/10

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 Necrophobe
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HP - 44044
Strength - 99
Defense - 50
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 50
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Thief's Gloves + Elixir
Treasure - Luminous Robe
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Wouldn't be annoying at all if it wasn't for his barriers.
                 Destroy his barriers with Bahamut + Mime, and then hack away
                 with Finishers. Gilgamesh will arrive near the end, and after
                 some convo, will self-destruct and kill Necrophobe. :'( 
                 GILGAMESH!!!!!!

VeghEsther's Strategy: Necrophobe steal the last genji armor piece once 
                       gilgamesh shows up.
                 
Difficulty: 6.5/10

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 Neo Exdeath
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HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: This looks so much cooler than Zeromus did in FFIV. Oh well,
                 Zeromus still OWNS his ass. There are four parts, so for once 
                 Finishers aren't that effective. Summon Bahamut, Leviathan,
                 Mime, until they all die. It is very recommeneded that for 
                 at least 1 of your people, maybe even too, to not attack and
                 heal and cure status ailments, for Neo Exdeath's Grand Cross
                 will stone a few, if not all, party members. Repeat until 
                 it's destroyed. I made it sound a bit easy, eh? Just wait and
                 see...

Zeroshiki's Strategy: To make things even easier, you should earn the double-
                      cast skill to cast Bahamut twice or Bahamut then curaga
                      (no Mp cost for lots of damage and constant healing ^_^)
                      Of course this requires that all of your party members 
                      are mimes and you have good equipment.  my characters 
                      were all level 56.  Lenna was my caster of choice so I 
                      gave her some Hermes sandals. It worked pretty well for
                      my first fight against Neo ExDeath.
                 
Difficulty: 9/10

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 Neo Shinryu
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HP - 65000
Strength - 200
Defense - 100
Magic - 8
Magic Defense - 100
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Nothing
Type - Dragon

Battle Strategy: Two things before the fight. Cast Float on everybody and have
                 Coral Rings equipped on everybody. Before we start, I'll just
                 like to say that this brute IS the hardest boss in FFV. I had
                 to fight it like 10 times to defeat him. He's just that hard.
                 At the beginning of the fight, he'll cast Mighty Guard on 
                 himself, before a quick Maelstrom on everybody. If you're 
                 lucky, it'll only take effect on 1-2, if you're unlucky, 3-4.
                 Then, he'll pummel you with attacks such as Ice Storm, which
                 will hit all party members for at least 5000 damage!!! Doom
                 is one of it's less-threatening attacks, for it can also cast
                 Earthquake and Tidal Wave (which is why I told you to cast
                 Float and have Coral Rings). If you defeat it, it'll cast
                 Gigaflare AND Meteor, so if you defeated it with 1 guy left 
                 on 8 health, which was one of the situations I had, then bad
                 luck. Now...how do we defeat this thing!? Have Dragon Lances
                 equipped and the ability "Jump". If it hits (a lot of times
                 your attacks will rebound and while it will hit, it'll do
                 absolutely nothing) it'll easily do 9999 damage twice! But
                 since it has 65000 HP, you'll need to do that 4 TIMES to
                 defeat, and some of those times Jump will rebound. Everybody
                 else should have the abilities "Time" and "White", and on 
                 there turn, they should firstly cast "Quick", before casting
                 any necessary spells, such as Curaga or Hasteaga. THIS IS AN
                 EXCEPTIONALLY HARD BATTLE, DO NOT EMAIL ME BECAUSE YOU 
                 COULDN'T DEFEAT WITH THIS STRATEGY, I HAD TO FIGHT IT AT
                 LEAST 5 TIMES WITH THIS STRATEGY TO DEFEAT IT!!

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 Neo Shinryu
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HP - 65000
Strength - 200
Defense - 100
Magic - 8
Magic Defense - 100
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Nothing
Type - Dragon

Battle Strategy: Two things before the fight. Cast Float on everybody and have
                 Coral Rings equipped on everybody. Before we start, I'll just
                 like to say that this brute IS the hardest boss in FFV. I had
                 to fight it like 10 times to defeat him. He's just that hard.
                 At the beginning of the fight, he'll cast Mighty Guard on 
                 himself, before a quick Maelstrom on everybody. If you're 
                 lucky, it'll only take effect on 1-2, if you're unlucky, 3-4.
                 Then, he'll pummel you with attacks such as Ice Storm, which
                 will hit all party members for at least 5000 damage!!! Doom
                 is one of it's less-threatening attacks, for it can also cast
                 Earthquake and Tidal Wave (which is why I told you to cast
                 Float and have Coral Rings). If you defeat it, it'll cast
                 Gigaflare AND Meteor, so if you defeated it with 1 guy left 
                 on 8 health, which was one of the situations I had, then bad
                 luck. Now...how do we defeat this thing!? Have Dragon Lances
                 equipped and the ability "Jump". If it hits (a lot of times
                 your attacks will rebound and while it will hit, it'll do
                 absolutely nothing) it'll easily do 9999 damage twice! But
                 since it has 65000 HP, you'll need to do that 4 TIMES to
                 defeat, and some of those times Jump will rebound. Everybody
                 else should have the abilities "Time" and "White", and on 
                 there turn, they should firstly cast "Quick", before casting
                 any necessary spells, such as Curaga or Hasteaga. THIS IS AN
                 EXCEPTIONALLY HARD BATTLE, DO NOT EMAIL ME BECAUSE YOU 
                 COULDN'T DEFEAT WITH THIS STRATEGY, I HAD TO FIGHT IT AT
                 LEAST 5 TIMES WITH THIS STRATEGY TO DEFEAT IT!!

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Alternate strategy:

I believe that using Hermes Sandals instead Coral Rings for the accessory when
attacking Neo Shinryu makes the fight vastly easier.  The reason I feel this 
way is that while using the coral rings protect against tidal wave, it also 
makes NS able to have 3 or 4 attacks for every full turn you take.  So you're
spending alot of your time healing instead of jumping.  Using the Hermes 
Sandals He'll get maybe 1 attack for every full turn you take.  So while 
you'll be vunerable to Tidal Wave, you should be able to kill him long before
he casts tidal wave, because unlike shinryu he doesn't start the fight with 
tidal wave. 

If you're fast enough the only attacks NS should make are zombie breath 
between the 2 sets of jumps and Giga Flare/Meteor when he dies 

The first set of jumps seems to always miss, but the second set always hits,
go figure. 

My party when I tried was lvl 70 with all abilities mastered for all jobs, 
fully healed and floating at the start of the fight. 

The equipment was 
Left: Dragon Lance 
Right: Dragon Lance 
Head: Ribbon <- just need to protect against zombie status 
Armor: Unequiped  <- unimportant, can use anything 
Acc:  Hermes Sandal 

Job: Freelancer 
Abilities: 
Bartz: Jump/Time <- for float before the fight 
Lenna: Jump/Smoke <- getting to the fight quickly 
Krile: Jump/White <- to fully heal before the fight 
Faris: Jump/Read Ahead <- getting to the fight quickly 

I win 10 times out of 10 using this. 

(thanks to Zarquin for this strategy!)

-----------------------------

Another alternate strategy:

I have a strategy of my own for Neo Shinryu, but it requires a lot of luck to
beat him. Here are the requirements for this fight:
 
Level 70 or higher
All characters in the Freelancer class
4 Coral Rings (1 for each character)
4 Ribbons (1 for each character)
3 Ice Shields (Support Characters Only)
At least 10 Elixers
All characters with the HP +30% ability
1 character with the Time ability (Must have Level 6 Magic enabled)
2 characters with the White ability (Must Have Level 6 Magic enabled)
1 character with the Jump and Dual-Wield abilities
1 character with 1 Dragon Lance (2 if possible, must be on the character with
Jump and Dual-Wield)
Support characters in the back row
Attacker in the front row
 
My Strategy: Be sure to cast Float before engaging this lethal dragon. After 
float is on everyone, start the fight. After he uses Maelstrom, restore 
everyone back to full HP and revive if needed. But if you got the attacker 
in the air before the Maelstrom, the attacker won't be affected. When the 
attacker lands, they'll inflict a total of anywhere between 13000 and 19998
 damage with the 2 lances equipped. Have your character with Time re-cast 
float after a character has been revived and cast Hastega on the first turn.
 The 2 with White should cast Curaga and Arise if needed. The attacker should
 be jumping constantly. The support characters will absorb his Deep Freeze 
attack, while everyone will absorb his Tidal Wave Attack. Earthquake won't 
harm your party as long as everyone's floating and/or in the air. Watch out 
for Almageist, his worst attack, as it deals 7500+ damage to everyone! Try not
 to let him get even a second to use this attack. Be sure you have enough HP 
to survive his final attack when you beat him. If you manage to survive the 
final attack, enjoy your new Ultima Weapon.

(thanks to yuffielover for this strategy!)

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Difficulty: 20/10

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 Odin
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HP - 17000
Strength - 60
Defense - 20
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Protect Ring
Treasure - Flame Shield
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: This battle has a time limit of 1 minute. If you take longer
                 than a minute to subdue Odin, then he'll finish you off. The
                 good thing about this battle is that Odin is not immune to
                 Break, which means that a Spellblade Break is the end of him.
                 To make sure that his Zantetsuken doesn't do massive damage,
                 have Mighty Guard casted (get it from the monster Stingray)
                 but still heal when necessary. If you don't have Spellblade
                 Break, then cast 3rd-tier magic against him. DON'T summon
                 Bahamut, or any monster for that matter. It takes way too
                 long (10-15 valuable seconds) and it doesn't do much more 
                 damage than 3rd-tier (2-3 seconds).
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

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 Omega
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HP - ?
Strength - 115
Defense - 190
Magic - 199
Magic Defense - 150
Gil - 50000
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Omega Badge
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: Dual-Wield + Spellblade Thundaga + Rapid Fire = Malfuctioned
                 Omega

Game2002 StrategyHave at least two people with Spellblade and Rapid Fire.Omega
                 is weak to lightning spells, but he comes with a built-in 
                 Reflect, so black magic won't work on him.  Use Thundaga 
                 Spellblade and Rapid Fire, and you can easily hit him 4 times
                 with over 5000 damage!  I told you to have at least two
                 people with the same abilities so that Omega will die faster.
                 It is important to equip Fire Rings and Ribbons so you can 
                 survive some of his fire-based attack and not get status 
                 effects, though his Rocket Punch can still confuse you. 
                 Casting Float is imporant also as his Earthquake can easily 
                 slay you. The most dangerous thing about Omega is his 
                 Encircle.  It can make a member disappear from the battle 
                 with no way to get him/her back until the fight ends. There
                 is no way to avoid this move, so pray that he doesn't uses it
                 There is no prize for defeating Omega, except for the Omega 
                 Proof to boast to people you defeated him.

Rufino's Strategy: btw, for the both Omegas, What I did is use Romeo's Ballad
                   with two characters while two other Rapid Fire. Omega MKII
                   and the Original one made no moves against me. I had the 
                   hermes sandals on everyone.

Eric's Strategy: A good strategy for Omega would be to equip Hermes Sandals on
                 a bard/freelancer with !Sing and use Romeo's Ballad as 
                 previously stated by rufino, cast Carbuncle with a summoner,
                 and !Dualcast Thundaga on the party for massive damage. 
                                 
Difficulty: 9/10

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 Omega MKII
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HP - 65000
Strength - 150
Defense - 200
Magic - 200
Magic Defense - 200
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Force Shield
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: You thought Omega was hard, this machine's ten times harder!
                 The same strategy can apply, which is Rapid Fire Spellblade
                 <varies> Dual-Wield with 2 Ragnaroks is a OHKO. But, the 
                 <varies> bit is the one that matters. Unlike Omega, this 
                 thing has a barrier around it, and you can't tell the 
                 difference between them. The barrier will absorb two
                 elemental attacks and will be weak against another. So, you
                 have a 1-in-3 chance of getting the right element for
                 Spellblade. It might be handy for someone to use Black Magic
                 before you use Spellblade, to determine which barrier it's
                 using. Like the previous Omega, it WILL cast a lot of deadly
                 attacks, such as Atomic Ray and Wave Cannon, which will do
                 3000+ damage to all party members. My recommended party would
                 be TWO White Mages who will constantly heal, 1 Black Mage to
                 determine the barrier and 1 with Rapid Fire, Spellblade,
                 Dual-Wield and 2 Ragnaroks to deliver the finishing blow.
                 This fight does has some luck elements involved. Good luck.

Rufino's Strategy: btw, for the both Omegas, What I did is use Romeo's Ballad
                   with two characters while two other Rapid Fire. Omega MKII
                   and the Original one made no moves against me. I had the 
                   hermes sandals on everyone. 

Morgan Smidt: ok, start by having 4x reflect rings on everyone, then
              have 4x mimics then have all with (dual
              cast+Time+black)
              then start by dual casting thundaga off everyone and
              THEN quick, then dual cast thundaga off everyone for
              9999 dammage twice, then on the second turn of quick,
              do it again for another 19998 dammage, this
              =9999+9999+9999+9999+9999=49995 dammage in one turn
              with ONE CHARACTER!!!BEST STRATEGY EVER.                       
                               
Difficulty: 10/10

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 Omniscient
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HP - 16999
Strength - 100
Defense - 0
Magic - 20
Magic Defense - 8
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Kornago Gourd + Potion
Treasure - None
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Do you want to know what I think this guy looks like? Some
                 Egyptian door with a head and arms poking out, and holding
                 a staff. That's right. Summon Carbuncle at the start of the
                 battle, for when Omniscient dies, it'll cast Flare. DO NOT,
                 under any circumstance, attack it with Physical attacks,
                 otherwise it'll cast Return and you'll have to do the battle
                 all over again! Now you know my complete reasoning. Summon
                 Syldra, as it appears to do the most damage, and keep on
                 summoning it until it dies. (Coral and Flame Rings are 
                 useful in this fight because it casts Firaga and Blizzaga
                 a lot) *NOTE: I take back a comment I made. Attack it with
                 Physical Attacks if you're dying and want the battle to 
                 start again*

VeghEsther's Strategy: Omniscent coral/flame rings aren't required if you have
                       2x reflect rings simply equip those. Aeroga does as 
                       much damage and any summon.

tonymjin: You can simply just cast Berserk on Omniscient and it will be unable
          to cast any spells.  You can also summon Golem if you want extra 
          protection.  Then, just keep attacking and it will fall.  
                 
Difficulty: 7/10

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 Purobolos X 6
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HP - 1500
Strength - 45
Defense - 0
Magic - 10
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Eye Drops
Treasure - Potion
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Magic, enuf said. With 6 of them with a lot of HP for each,
                 magic is your bestest fwend. Summoning Titan is a great idea,
                 as well as Blue Magic. If you don't kill all 6 at once, they
                 can revive their fallen friends, so watch out. With magic, 
                 this battle won't take very long.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Purobolos X 6 save MP use Zeniage or any elemental 
                       scrolls via throw instead.

LinkofHyrule991: If you cast silence on them they can't heal themselves, or 
                 self-destruct. When they try to revive others while silence 
                 they end up dying. This makes them very very easy to beat. 

Difficulty: 5/10

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 Ramuh
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HP - 4000
Strength - 27
Defense - 20
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 5
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Hi-Potion
Treasure - Ramuh
Type - Thunder

Battle Strategy: This guy isn't that hard, he's got very strong attacks and 
                 really annoying moves like Flash, which blinds you. Good 
                 thing is, he's slow. My characters were able to attack a good
                 3-4 times before he attacked. But, he has tons of HP, so this
                 battle will go for some time. He's not weak towards magic,
                 and will absorb thunder (well obviously), but still use it
                 because it will get a good 400+ damage. Also, Coral sword and
                 other fancy equipment will fasten this battle quicker as 
                 well. After the battle, Ifrit will talk to Ramuh and he'll
                 join you.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Coral sword is thunder based so don't physically attack
                       ramuh with it throwing it via ninja's should still 
                       damage him.

Meagan's Strategy: If you use Gravity, the first time it'll do 2700 damage. 
                   The second time will do 200. Then use Ifrit, and then 
                   you've defeated him.

Difficulty: 5/10

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 Sandworm
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HP - 3000
Strength - 25
Defense - 0
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - None
Type - Sand

Battle Strategy: This brute can get annoying because of his ability "Gravity",
                 which halves your HP. Quicksand will also drain your HP 
                 continuously, so make sure you have at least 1 White Mage in
                 your party ready to heal. Using magic on it causes it to use
                 gravity, which is not something you want to do. The fact that
                 it pops in-and-out of the holes just makes it more annoying.
                 Wait until it has just repopped out of a hole before 
                 attacking it. A quick way to end this with 1 attack is to use
                 the Blue Magic "Aqua Breath" which will do around 4500 - 
                 5000 damage, killing it without any hassle.

Difficulty: 4/10

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 Shinryu
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HP - ?
Strength - 175
Defense - 60
Magic - 128
Magic Defense - 60
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Dragon's Whisker + Dragon Fang
Treasure - Dragon Seal
Type - Dragon

Battle Strategy: Having at least 2 Dragon Lances is a good idea; they can be 
                 stolen from Crystal Dragons, but it's a rare steal.  Equip
                 the lances on someone who knows Duel Wield and Jump, then 
                 have that person use Jump on Shinryu and you can easily do
                 over 8000 damage to him twice, meaning 16,000!  Before you
                 fight him though, you MUST equip Coral Ring on everyone so
                 you can absorb his Tidal Wave rather than getting hit by it.
                 Another easy way to kill Shinryu is to cast Berserk on him 
                 so he won't use any magic, but you'll have to watch out 
                 for his high attack power now, so you defensive spells on 
                 your party.  For defeating him, you get the powerful sword
                 Ragnorok and the Dragon Seal for boasting to people you 
                 defeated Shinryu. 

Christian: I have found an easier way to defeat Shinryu. The problem in your
           strategy is that you have to steal the rare dragon lances. It is 
           easier to get 300000 Gil in the N-Zone. My strategy works without
           dragon lances but you need 300000 Gil to buy fumashurikans:
           You need  four coral rings,10-12 fumashurikan, everyone should have
           mastered the throw-ability and should be able to cast Quick. All 
           members of the party should be mimics. In the fight cast Quick and
           throw 2 fumashurikan. This is a damage about 14000-15000. If you 
           are quick and doing this 4-5 times then Shinryu  attacks at most 
           2 times.

My alternate strategy: Cast Berserk on Shinryu and keep up Golem. VERY cheap
                       way to defeat it, but it gets the job done.

Saxuallyapeasing: First, make sure everyone has coral rings and shields (or
                  two swords for your fighter[s]) equipped and is in the back
                  row. You have your fighter(s) wielding two swords charge up
                  Osmose with spellblade and rapid-fire. Have your white mage
                  character dual-cast Protect and Curaga when necessary with
                  your summoner casting Golem as needed.  Hastega is useful 
                  for the initial turns of sapping his MP, so I substituted a
                  fighter for a character with time magic. After the first 
                  two to four rapid-fires, his MP will be just about gone, and
                  he'll start physically attacking. This is where having 
                  shields and Golem come in real handy. Have your summoner 
                  dual-cast Golem and Odin (it's just as powerful as Bahamut 
                  in this fight), your white mage always healing, and switch 
                  your fighter(s) over to Flare spellsword. Don't attack with
                  Holy in any form, because Shinryu absorbs it.  Meteor is 
                  also near-useless.  Keeping up this pattern, you should be
                  able to take care of him without any problem. Note while it 
                  sounds similar to your Berserk strategy, it's much safer 
                  because it keeps his strength at bay.
                 
Difficulty: 9/10

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 Shiva
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HP - 1500
Strength - 40
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down + Hi-Potion
Treasure - Frost Rod
Type - Ice

Battle Strategy: Shiva wouldn't be much of a problem if it wasn't for her 
                 Ice soldiers protecting her. It doesn't matter much which 
                 you get rid of first, Shiva or the knights, but I say Shiva,
                 because she is much more a nuisance and she can cast Blizzara
                 which is extremely annoying. Cast fire on her, she is very
                 weak against it, and continue to blast her with your
                 strongest attacks. This might take a while.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Shiva can be killed without buying Fira in Karnak 
                       simply win flame rods from the Richard mages in 
                       Garula's tower and break 1 or 2 of them.                

Difficulty: 6/10

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 Siren
\======/

HP - 900
Strength - 15
Defense - 0
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Nothing
Treasure - Bronze Armor, Bronze Shield
Type - Humanoid/Undead

Battle Strategy: Not bad looking ain't she? Just wait until she turns undead,
                 before you reconsider. The first thing she does is cast haste
                 upon herself, which makes it quicker for her to attack. This
                 can get annoying. DON'T use black magic no matter what, she
                 is resistant to all types. When she's normal, just pummel her
                 with your strongest offensive attacks. It's as soon as she 
                 turns undead, when you start using magic. All types do heaps,
                 but fire does especially much. Also, White Magic will also
                 harm her when she's undead. Use all this to your advantage,
                 and she'll fall before long. 

Difficulty: 4/10

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 Soul Cannon
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HP - ?
Strength - 7
Defense - 5
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir + Ether
Treasure - Dark Matter
Type - Soul Cannon

Battle Strategy: This battle will take a while. The Soul Cannon itself isn't
                 the problem, but rather the two launchers with it. Focus on
                 destroying them first, with Thundara or Ramuh, before 
                 focusing on the Soul Cannon. It can pack quite a punch this
                 thing; with Wave Cannon, it can bring a lot of damage to 
                 your whole party, plus afterwards! Good news is that it 
                 is REALLY slow, so you'll have plenty of oppurtunities to
                 destroy it before it can seriously harm your team. I actually
                 destroyed it before it landed one attack!

VeghEsther's Strategy: Soul  Cannons LV 5 death the LV 20 side cannons then 
                       once they are gone throw thunder scrolls till the main
                       cannon is dead.

Difficulty: 5.5/10

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 Titan
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HP - 2500
Strength - 45
Defense - 10
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Gaia Hammer + Potion
Treasure - Hi-Potion
Type - Humanoid

Battle Strategy: God, he looks like some Sumo Wrestler. Sumo Wrestlers, 
                 however are really strong and can pack quite a punch. He will
                 do a lot of damage to your party when he attacks, so make 
                 sure to have a white mage in your party. Ground Shaker will
                 do around 400-500 damage to all party members, so cast Cura
                 ASAP afterwards. He's slow though, so take the oppurtunity
                 to pummel him with physical attacks. My Lenna's a dancer with
                 the ability "Eqp Swords" attached. She had an Ancient Sword
                 equiped, and she OHKO'd Titan when she used Sword Dance. That
                 just shows how weak Titan is. He'll use Ground Shaker once he
                 gets defeated so make sure to have enough HP to survive.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Titan Gilcats North Mt  control then to force them to 
                       cast float on everybody. That way earth shaker titan 
                       uses will alway miss.

Dilon's Strategy: For titan in the Karnak Meteor have someone (I used Faris)
                  to have throw. Throw a Shuriken with the character. Then 
                  with Bartz use the Samurai technique Zeninage and Titan will
                  die that simple. 2 move kill

Difficulty: 5/10

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 Triton, Neried and Phobos
\=========================/

HP - 13333 (all)
Strength - 55, 54
Defense - 0, 0
Magic - 20 (all)
Magic Defense - 25 (all)
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir + Gold Needle (each)
Treasure - Iron Daft, Power Drink, Goliath Tonic
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: Summon Odin and hope to god he uses his Zantetsuken, for its
                 a OHKO! If you don't, then you're in a bit a predicament. 
                 3rd-tier magic and Bahamut all works well. For having 3 of 
                 them, this battle isn't that hard at all.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Great Sea Trench boss's if odin doesn't instant kill 
                       them cast doom claw till if effects all 3 then 1 
                       requiem song will beat all of them at once.
                 
Difficulty: 5/10

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 Twintania
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HP - 50000
Strength - 90
Defense - 30
Magic - 7
Magic Defense - 16
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Flame Shield + Phoenix Down
Treasure - Tinklebell
Type - Magic Beast

Battle Strategy: This guy has a lot of health, so Finishers is a good option. 
                 But, if you don't want to, cast Holy or hack away with 
                 Excalibur and Holy Lance, they work just as good.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Twin Tania Odin once gigaflare charges up can instant 
                       kill it.
                 
Difficulty: 7.5/10

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 Tyrannosaur
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HP - 5000
Strength - 45
Defense - 20
Magic - 0
Magic Defense - 20
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Golden Shield
Treasure - Potion
Type - None

Battle Strategy: One quick way to end this fight without even having to 
                 attack: Use a Phoenix Down on the Tryannosaur. All over.
                 Use the one you just obtained. If, on the very, very,
                 very off-chance that you don't have a Phoenix Down, then use
                 fire-magic on it. Either way, it'll be the easiest battle
                 you've faced up until now.

Difficulty: 1/10

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 Wendigo
\=======/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Ninja Suit
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: This fight gets 8 because of its annoyance. There are four
                 Wendigo's on the field. 1 is real, the other 3 are replicas
                 who can't take any damage. You'll have to waste a lot of 
                 attacks to find the real one, and after each hit, it 
                 changes its position around the field. If you attack all
                 of them at once, which you would've thought about doing by
                 now, it'll counter with all 4 using Frost on you, which will
                 deal at least more than 1000 damage to all party members.
                 My strategy is just to slash all of them until you find it,
                 and when you think you're pretty close to reaching the 
                 20000 health, summon Bahamut and cure as it uses Frost.
                 You might not win this battle on the first try.

VeghEsther's Strategy: Wendigo a joke equip 4x fire rings or ice shields on 
                       everybody then Zeniage it to death.The Rings/shields 
                       make its 4x frost counters worthless.
                 
Difficulty: 8/10

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==============================================================================
 Wing Raptor
\===========/

HP - 250
Strength - 7
Defense - 0
Magic - 1
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Potion
Treasure - Phoenix Down
Type - None

Battle Strategy: Um...strategy...yes...<_< Well, since it's about the only 
                 thing you can do, keep attacking. Use some elixirs (you 
                 should have plenty by now if you were training) if your
                 characters get on low health. Use the Phoenix Down if you
                 wish. If you're at a high-enough level, the Wing Raptor will
                 fall not long after the battle's started.

Difficulty: 3/10

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				BONUS DUNGEON (20.0m)
==============================================================================

Sort of like the Lunar Ruins in FFIV, the bonus dungeon of FFV only available
for the GBA Version. 

MY LEVELS
==========

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Bartz - Freelancer (Lvl 6 Monk, Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 5 Samurai, Lvl 4 Ranger, Lvl
                    5 White Mage, Lvl 6 Black Mage, Lvl 6 Time Mage, Lvl 6
                    Summoner, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 3 Geomancer, Lvl 3 
                    Gladiator)
Lvl 70
Abilities: !Rapid Fire
           !Summon

Equipped
---------
R.H - Ragnarok
L.H - Murakumo
H - Ribbon
B - White Robe
A - Protect Ring
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Lenna - Mime       (Lvl 6 Knight, Lvl 6 White Mage, Lvl 5 Black Mage, Lvl 6 
                    Time Mage, Lvl 4 Summoner, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 4 
                    Beastmaster, Lvl 4 Chemist, Lvl 3 Dancer, Lvl 2 Oracle,
                    Lvl 2 Gladiator, Lvl 1 Mime)
Lvl 70
Abilities: !Finisher
           !White
           !Time

Equipped
---------
R.H - Assassin's Dagger
L.H - Ice Shield
H - Crystal Helm
B - White Robe
A - Protect Ring
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Faris - Freelancer (Lvl 6 Thief, Lvl 3 Dragoon, Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 4 Ranger, Lvl
                    6 Mystic Knight, Lvl 5 White Mage, Lvl 6 Black Mage, Lvl
                    6 Time Mage, Lvl 3 Blue Mage, Lvl 2 Bard, Lvl 2 Dancer,
                    Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 70
Abilities: !Rapid Fire
           Find Passages

Equipped
---------
R.H - Ragnarok
L.H - Murakumo
H - Ribbon
B - Rainbow Dress
A - Red Slippers
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Krile - Freelancer (Lvl 7 Monk, Lvl 2 Dragoon, Lvl 5 Ninja, Lvl 4 Ranger, Lvl
                    5 White Mage, Lvl 5 Black Mage, Lvl 5 Summoner, Lvl 4
                    Blue Mage, Lvl 4 Red Mage, Lvl 3 Bard, Lvl 2 Gladiator)
Lvl 70
Abilities: !Rapid Fire
           !Summon

Equipped
---------
R.H - Ragnarok
L.H - Dragon Lance
H - Ribbon
B - Black Garb
A - Protect Ring
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(When I first entered the Bonus Dungeon)

Before you even attempt the Bonus Dungeon, make sure you're at a high level,
AT LEAST 50+, and that you have White Magic for 2-3 party members, if not all.
It might be another good idea to steal the better-than-legendary weapons 
from Neo Exdeath a couple of times, which was how I got so many Ragnaroks (I
still have some in my pack). Also, have the ability "Find Passages" equipped
for there are some hidden passages in the Bonus Dungeon.

Once you beat the game, head south of Phantom Village to the area where you 
obtained the Gladiator, Cannoneer and Oracle jobs. Pull the switch that was
previously broken and enter the door that just unlocked at the north-west
corner. Head up past the consecrated circle and through the gap.
Welcome to the Bonus Dungeon (not a very good entrance, I know).

The Bonus Dungeon is actually called the "Sealed Temple". Sounds cool, but a
bit too original. Now, before we start, I'll like to say that the Bonus 
Dungeon, the Sealed Temple is not as linear as the Lunar Ruins of FFIV (the 
whole thing about Lunar Ruins was going down floors till the 50th, with trials
every few floors). I'll try my best, but please bear with me. If you have
noticed something I've missed, please contact me.

Okay, now let's get into the actual dungeon. After you've entered the north-
west door in the room where you got the last jobs, you'll be in a new room
with a consecrated circle. Yes, SAVE. Head up and through the gap. Welcome to
the Sealed Temple.

*CONTRIBUTED TIPS FOR THE BONUS DUNGEON*

1. When you catch and give the Behemoth to the person that unlocks the main 
door, you won't lose the Behemoth, even its useless release it, its a mistake
that was done on the game.
 
2. For prevent the full-heal of Archeodeomon with Death, cast Reflect on it. 
Rarely (and very rarely) the spell will take effect on your characters. This 
will give you more time to kill it without the need of using a full strong 
attack.
 
3. If your characters are in low level (still under level 50), you can train 
easily in the Abyssla Falls or in the Tomb of Memory.
 
4. You forgot the AutoReflect of Omega MK2, its better to use a Summoner to 
verify the barrier of Omega. Also equip Apocalypse & Ragnarok in the character
with Rapid Fire. For ex., I killed him faster cause I summoned Shiva with 
Lenna (she was using Summon with White) and inmediately did damage so.... 
 
Spellblade Blizzaga Dual- Wield Apocalypse+Ragnarok = Instant kill!!
 
Honestly, he was as hard as was for me my 1st Omega 
 
5. Neo Shinryu isn't difficult at all. I used your strategy (the Jump
strategy) and added extra attacks from Krile (using 1000 needles) and 
Lenna (she was the 2nd healer but also I summoned Odin with her), cause 
I didn't need always to keep healing. My characters were in level 61 but
62 for Faris (the 1st healer cause of its speed and cause was also using
Time)
 
6. You should say that you MUST destroy first the other parts of Guardian
before start to attack him.

(thanks to branksamage for the tips!)

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				OUTSKIRTS OF THE SEALED TEMPLE (20.1a)
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			(-MAP-)

        ----------------Entrance-----------------
	|     					|
    	|					|
       Left-------------Central Door----------Right
  *ARCHEODEMON*					|
	|					|
        |                                       |
        |        			        |
        |   	        			|
        |                                  -----------------------
        |                                  |                     | (Warp)   
        |                                  |                     V One Way
 River of Souls                       Hall of Souls              |          
  *GIL TURTLE*				   |                Titan's Grotto 
        |                             Hall of Doubt           Behemoth!!
        |                                  |                     |
        |                                  V One Way 	         |
        |                                  |                     |
        |-----------------------------Hall of Watchmen-----------|

You'll know if you're in the right area, for the music is the same as the 
Library of the Ancients. Head south down the right flight of stairs, ignore
the central door for now (you can't get in yet) and head left through a door.

Go up and right to a hidden passage. Follow it around to a chest with 
Blastshot, and go through more to the left for a Buckshot. Now go back to 
the entrance of the dungeon and through the right door.

Follow the path until you reach a fork. Ignore the south route for now, and
instead head left through a door. The music'll have changed and you'll appear
in what looks like Walse Tower. Walk south and enter the hidden passage to the
left. Follow it where it leads to an area with two chests containing Blitzshot
and Blitzshot. Walk back through the hidden passage (the other way has cracks)
back to the entrance of the room.

Don't head back through the door just yet, we still have things to do here. 
Proceed south and at the intersection head right. Go through the hidden 
passage to two chests with two Blastshots. Back at the intersection, head down
through a door to the next area.

The right path leads to a dead end, so head left. Get the Ether from within
the chest before proceeding north to the skull-switch. Press it to reveal a 
path between the walls. Head back to the fork and this time head right. Walk
north until you reach another skull-switch. Press it, but don't go through the
revealed wall yet. Head north-east to a chest with Mace of Zeus!

Now go through the revealed wall. Head east and south to a chest with Dark 
Matter. Backtrack to the skull-switch, and head north from there to a hole.
Fall under to reach the the Hall of Watchmen.

From your current position, there are four possible ways to go; two paths
north (which lead to the same area) west and east. Head west for now, but
remember this room. Climb up the stairs to another area - Titan's Grotto.

In this area, you'll encounter an enemy known as Behemoth (a mother****ing ass
monster). You need to catch one of those to be able to enter the Central Door
in the first area of the Sealed Temple. Catch one of those (it's easier if you
have Kornago Gourd equipped). Oh, and if you accidentally kill it, it'll cast
Meteor...

Head west, up a flight of stairs and follow the path around until you're at 
the highest level. You'll eventually reach a fork of a flight of stairs 
heading down and a path up through a door. Go down first to a chest with
Elixir, then proceed up through the door. Follow the path to a Vishnu Vest.
Backtrack to the Hall of Watchmen. Head all the way east to a warp orb. 
Choose yes and you'll warp to the entrance of the Water Caves, which is just
beyond the left door at the entrance of the Sealed Temple.

In here, there's a monster called Soul Eater. It's evasion is real high, so
use Rapid Fire when you encounter it (which never misses). Don't bother 
walking down the first stairs into the water, the current will take you to the
same platform anyway. Walk down the second stairs to another platform. Head
east to a chest with Iron Daft. Continue south down more stairs and the 
current will take you to another platform. Get the Power Drink from the chest
west of you. Now walk south-east and fall down the hole.

Walk west to a chest with Dark Matter. Head south down into the water. In this
new platform, head west to a Turtle Shell before heading north, ignoring the
path east, to four staircases leading into the water. Go down the second from
the left to an isolated platform with an Elixir. Head down to be returned to
the eastern platform.

Continue north and at the fork head left into a cave. Head south to two 
staircases. Go down the RIGHT one to a chest with Goliath Tonic. Head down
the stairs here to another platform. Walk east and down the hole. Head north
and at the fork head EAST along the path and you'll eventually run into the
good old Gil Turtle. 

Cast "Float" before you fight him, because he'll use Earthquake when he dies
which easily does more than 3000 damage to ALL party members. He's weak to ice
so use Blizzaga and Curaga when needed. Summon Golem to counter his strong 
attacks. Rapid Fire Spellblade Blizzaga Dual-Wield with 2 Ragnaroks will hit
for over 4000 HP, and since it's Dual-Wield, it'll hit 8 times, a OHKO.

Afterwards, head south through a door. At the fork here, head up the right
path to a Cottage before heading up the left. Follow the path around until you
reach a three-way fork. Head up the left path for a Fuma Shuriken, before 
heading up the middle path to meet a guy who wants you to catch a Behemoth to
prove to him that you're strong enough to be able enter "the next level". 
I told you to catch one, so you should have one already. He'll unlock the 
central door at the entrance of the Sealed Temple.

Now we have to go back all the way to the entrance of the Sealed Temple. 
Teleport won't work, so touch luck, you'll have to walk back. Head back to the
previous area, head west into the cave, and follow the path east, ignoring all
the staircases, until you reach the cave linking the Castle and the River of
Souls. Exit the castle to be back at the entrance. Go back to your sub to heal
before going through the Central Door.

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				WITHIN THE CENTRAL DOOR (20.2b)
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			(-MAP-)
                                                One way
	----------------Entrance-------------------<----
        |                                      |       |
        |                                      |       |
       Left-------------Central Door---------Right     |
        |              *GRAND AEVIS*                   ^
	|		   |                           |
        |                  |                           |
--River of Souls           |             (Warp)        |
|	            Heart of Ronka----------->----------
|                          |
|                          |
|                          |
^                    Abyssal Falls
|                          |
|        ----------------------------------------
|One way |                                      |
|        |                                      |
^        |                                      |
|  Hall of Tranquility                     Shinryu's Lair
|        |                                 *NEO SHINRYU*
|  ----------------------                                              
|  |                    |                                      
--Tomb of Memory   Lethe Court (Void)
   *OMEGA MKII*     *GUARDIAN*
                    *ENUO*                                      
                                               
This place has some similarities to the rift; you will face many bosses here,
and they all ALL harder than anything you have faced before. If you've faced
Omega and Shinryu inside the rift, you can meet their counter-parts here, 
Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu. The bosses that served Exdeath can be replaced by
the incredibly strong Grand Aevis and the Archeodemon. The original master of
the Void, Enuo will be your final challenge (although I've found Omega MKII
and Neo Shinryu to be harder).

As soon as you enter, head west until you reach a fork. Walk down the south
path and follow it around to a chest with Dark Matter. From there, walk west
through the hidden passage to another chest with Hero Cocktail. Go back to the
previous chest and south to a Holy Water. Proceed east and through the hidden
passage to a chest with Gladius. Go back to the entrance of the hidden passage
and head up to a statue. Remember this statue. Head back to the entrance of
the Sealed Temple.

Head through the right door and at the fork head south to two warp orbs. Use
the left one and it'll teleport you to a section of Titan's Grotto. Grab the
Dark Matter within the chest and head all the east and down a flight of stairs
to another chest with Elixir. Head back to the chest with Dark Matter and this
time head west. Go with the flow as you fall from the waterfall. Head up the
stairs to your right and follow the pathway east, through a cave, all the way
east then down many flights of stairs before appearing in the Hall of watchmen
(do you recognize this place?)

Walk east to a 4-way split. Go through any of the two paths north; they lead
to the same area. Eventually you'll meet a guy whose medicine will soften up
petrification curses so strong gold needles simply bounce off! *wink wink* say
no more. But there's a catch. It'll only run for 5 mins, so you'll have to 
deliver it to the statue in 5 minutes or it'll have the same effect as water.
Have the abilities "Sprint" and "!Flee" equipped, for they're useful to get 
you there in time.

Head south and at the 4-way split head east to a warp orb. It'll teleport you
back to the entrance of the River of Souls. Head up to the cave and you'll be
back in the castle. Exit the castle and go through the Central Door. Run back
to the statue and use your medicine on it (you should still have at least 3 
mins if you equipped "Sprint" and "!Flee"). For curing its petrification 
status, it'll attack!

==============================================================================
 Grand Aevis
\===========/

HP - 42000
Strength - 120
Defense - 60
Magic - 100
Magic Defense - 40
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Cottage
Treasure - Fairy's Bow
Type - Aevis

Battle Strategy: Your first taste of the level of strength the Sealed Temple
                 possesses. The Grand Aevis alone wouldn't have proved to be
                 much of a fight, but for two Dark Elementals with him, the
                 difficulty just raised up a notch (actually, by a lot). The
                 Dark Elementals will continuosly cast Aeroga and heal one 
                 another with White Wind, and while they are easily destroyed
                 by a single Bahamut or Rapid Fire, they come back as you 
                 attack the Grand Aevis. The Grand Aevis, on the other hand,
                 will absolutely OWN you with attacks such as Breath Wing;
                 dealing 1000+ damage to all party members, Zombie Powder; 
                 turning party members to zombie and Maelstrom; bring down
                 every party member's HP to single digits. They don't sound so
                 appealing, do they? Dual-cast Bahamut, Mime, Curaga, Rapid
                 Fire and repeat. You might have to heal twice because of
                 Maelstrom and Zombie Powder. Oh, and just on a side note,
                 the music is the same as that of when you're fighting Exdeath
                 in the Void. Suits it well, for to beat this guy, you'll need
                 a HELL a lot of luck. GOOD LUCK!!! You'll need it..........
                 Oh, and if you think that was a hard battle, wait 'til you
                 fight Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu...hehehe...
                 
Difficulty: 9/10

==============================================================================

After I fought this guy, two of my guys were dead and they other two were on 
3-digit health left. Heal with White Magic before going back to the sub to 
heal completely (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!). Go through the passage where the statue
was blocking it, walk around until you reach a fork. Here north for a chest 
with Ether before heading south downstairs.

In this room there's four chests with two Ethers and two Fuma Shurikens at 
the start. Head south to two more chests with a Cottage and Dark Matter. Head
south again for a Cottage, Blitzshot and a Sorceror's Mantle. Head back up to
the previous area and east to two Holy Waters. Head south downstairs.

There's a chest with Kagenui at the end of the path. Head back upstairs to the
previous area and walk all the way west to more chests with a Blitzshot and a
Phoenix Down. Head south downstairs. Head all the way south here and you'll
notice 4 opened chests surrounding an unopened one. Ring a bell? Pick up the
stone in the chest and put it inside the south-west, go through the newly-
opened door at the north-west side and get the chests there for a Hyper Wrist
and a Buckshot. Return to the 5 chests and put it in the north-west and go
through the door for a Blastshot. Put the stone this time in the south-west
chest and go through the door and downstairs to the next area.

Go down and get the chest to your right for a Cottage. Head west to a lift
thingy. Climb down it and you'll reach a split. Heading east and at the next
fork north will get you to a warp orb which will teleport you to the start of
the Sealed Temple. Instead, head south and at the fork east to 5 of those lift
thingys. Head up the second from the left and you'll appear back up with many
hidden passage to choose from.

Follow the hidden passage left fom you and it'll eventually lead to a chest 
with Apocalypse! Ignore the hidden passage to the right and head back along
the hidden passage you came from. Fall back down the lift and this time head
up the leftmost one. Go through the hidden passage to the left and follow the
path to the very top before going west and south downstairs. FINALLY!!! IT'S
OUT OF THE DAMNED HEART OF RONKA AND THE ****ING EXORAY!!!

That's the Heart of Ronka conquered, now it's the Abysall Falls. Walk down the
stairs and head all the way east, past the waterfall and ignoring the stairs
up, until you reach the end. Head down for a Cottage and down again for a 
Royal Crown. Head down the stairs to the very bottom before heading east and
down a long a flight of stairs to the next area.

Head to the very bottom (it doens't matter which stairs you take) and continue
east and down. Walk down many platforms until you reach one with 5 chests. 
They contain 2 Dark Matters, Turtle Shell, Water Scroll and a Cottage. Head
back up to previous area. Run left to a waterfall, let it carry you down to a
Coral Ring. Press the switch and sprint (yes, SPRINT) beyond the waterfall to
another cave.

Head west and up the platform to a guy who'll give you the key to the monster
in the Sealed Temple jail. Head north to a Longinus, and further north through
a cave for a Consecrated Circe (AT LAST!!).

It's time to head back to the entrance of the Sealed Temple to defeat he who
is in the jail of the Sealed Temple. Only then, will the barriers fall. Don't
worry, there's a quick way. Backtrack all the way to the warp orb in the Heart
of Ronka, which will teleport you to the very beginning of the Sealed Temple.

Considering the high-rate of monster encounters, I daresay your party will be
traumatized and injured after all the monsters you would've faced. Heal at the
sub before entering the dungeons of the Sealed Temple (through the left door).
Unlock the cell and the monster within will come to you. 

"In return for opening the jail, I'll rip you limb from limb! Whatta deal!"

==============================================================================
 Archeodemon
\===========/

HP - 50000
Strength - 180
Defense - 40
Magic - 90
Magic Defense - 0
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Phoenix Down
Treasure - Chaos Orb
Type - Undead

Battle Strategy: While Grand Aevis mainly focuses on status ailments, this
                 demon focuses on one thing, and one thing only. How to rip
                 you from limb to limb! Flare will easily do more than 2000+
                 damage, and Megaflare and Gigaflare will most likely do more
                 than half of your HP to all party members. He'll also drain
                 your HP to heal himself. Don't physically attack him, for he
                 will cast Death on himself which I believe will heal himself
                 completely (weird way of healing eh, but then again, he is
                 undead). Use Quick and then Dual-cast Bahamut or Meteor, and
                 you'll most likely kill him in the first turn, if not then 
                 the second. 
                 
Difficulty: 8/10

==============================================================================

After the battle, the seal on the warp orb inside the same room where the guy
who gave you the key to Archeodemon's cell is will disappear. Trot all the way
back there (use the map if you get lost).

Like the Rift, you don't have to fight Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu if you don't
want to. You can go straight to Enuo and get the Necromancer job, (although
you'd still have to pass through the Soul Cannon). You do get prizes for 
defeating them, and they are good, but you can live without them. And before
you jump to conclusions, just know that both Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu are
twice as hard as Enuo, just like the original Omega and Shinryu were to Neo
Exdeath. You might have gone all the way to fight them and find that you can't
defeat them. Make up your mind before you choose where to go.

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				TOMB OF MEMORY (OMEGA MKII) (20.3c)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

			(-MAP-)
                                                One way
	----------------Entrance-------------------<----
        |                                      |       |
        |                                      |       |
       Left-------------Central Door---------Right     |
        |              *GRAND AEVIS*                   ^
	|		   |                           |
        |                  |                           |
--River of Souls           |             (Warp)        |
|	            Heart of Ronka----------->----------
|                          |
|                          |
|                          |
^                    Abyssal Falls
|                          |
|        ----------------------------------------
|One way |                                      |
|        |                                      |
^        |                                      |
|  Hall of Tranquility                     Shinryu's Lair
|        |                                 *NEO SHINRYU*
|  ----------------------                                              
|  |                    |                                      
--Tomb of Memory   Lethe Court (Void)
   *OMEGA MKII*     *GUARDIAN*
                    *ENUO*     
        ^
        |
        |
        |

From the Hall of Tranquility, run west and up through the door. Welcome to the
Tomb of Memory, where Omega MKII resides. This place has the same feel as the
Pyramid of Moore; same music, same setting. 

This room is quite difficult to explain properly, but there is one factor of
this room which should be taken account of. There are Omegas (at least 5)
scattered all around the room. Unless you have pretty high evasion skills,
you will defintely face off wi'them. You should be at a pretty high level now
from when you faced Omega in the Rift (I hope) and you won't have any trouble
defeating 5 of them again (I hope for your sake). 

I was able to finish Omega off quite easily. Rapid Fire Spellblade Thundaga
Dual-Wield with two Ragnaroks usually hits for 9999 damage each time, and 8
times mean it's a OHKO. Although, by then, Omega would have done quite some
damage to you, either with Atomic Ray or with Wave Cannon. Heal with Curaga on
all party members before facing the next Omega. Repeat.

Once you have defeated all the Omegas,it's time to continue on. Enter the
hidden passage located west of the entrance to a chest with Ash. Head back to
the entrance and this time walk north to the very top. Grab the Demon's Rod
from within the chest. Continue to the eastern wall and go through the hidden
passage to an Elixir. Walk back up and enter the door on the north-east side.

Head all the way north and hit the switch to unlock the barrier blocking off
the lair of Neo Shinryu. Head back down, IGNORE the hidden passage to the 
right and instead follow the path left. DO NOT press the first switch you come
across, walk down the path to another switch and press that one. A door will
unlock in the Omega room. Walk back to the entrance of the Tomb.

Head to the western side and go downstairs through the door that just unlocked
after pressing the switch. Follow the hidden passage east of you until you 
reach a path heading to a chest. It contains Dark Matter. Follow the hidden
passage north and at the next fork head west to a chest with Blitzshot. Now
proceed back to the entrance of the room.

Ignore the stairs heading down and instead head left, be careful of the hole
(it's so easily missed if you rush) and get the chest for a Hero Cocktail.
Enter the hidden passage to your left and follow it to another chest with
Dark Matter. Fall down either of the two halls here. 

Grab the Ash from within the chest and north for a Blitzshot. Press both
switches here before heading down the slope, and running east (ignore the
slope down). At the fork head south for Holy Water before going north to a
switch. Press it and go back until you reach the door you couldn't go before
(in the same room, NOT down the slope, just west of where you are currently).
Head north and up the platform. Meet Omega MKII (HEAL!!!).

==============================================================================
 Omega MKII
\==========/

HP - 65000
Strength - 150
Defense - 200
Magic - 200
Magic Defense - 200
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Force Shield
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: You thought Omega was hard, this machine's ten times harder!
                 The same strategy can apply, which is Rapid Fire Spellblade
                 <varies> Dual-Wield with 2 Ragnaroks is a OHKO. But, the 
                 <varies> bit is the one that matters. Unlike Omega, this 
                 thing has a barrier around it, and you can't tell the 
                 difference between them. The barrier will absorb two
                 elemental attacks and will be weak against another. So, you
                 have a 1-in-3 chance of getting the right element for
                 Spellblade. It might be handy for someone to use Black Magic
                 before you use Spellblade, to determine which barrier it's
                 using. Like the previous Omega, it WILL cast a lot of deadly
                 attacks, such as Atomic Ray and Wave Cannon, which will do
                 3000+ damage to all party members. My recommended party would
                 be TWO White Mages who will constantly heal, 1 Black Mage to
                 determine the barrier and 1 with Rapid Fire, Spellblade,
                 Dual-Wield and 2 Ragnaroks to deliver the finishing blow.
                 This fight does has some luck elements involved. Good luck.

Rufino's Strategy: btw, for the both Omegas, What I did is use Romeo's Ballad
                   with two characters while two other Rapid Fire. Omega MKII
                   and the Original one made no moves against me. I had the 
                   hermes sandals on everyone. 

Morgan Smidt: ok, start by having 4x reflect rings on everyone, then
              have 4x mimics then have all with (dual
              cast+Time+black)
              then start by dual casting thundaga off everyone and
              THEN quick, then dual cast thundaga off everyone for
              9999 dammage twice, then on the second turn of quick,
              do it again for another 19998 dammage, this
              =9999+9999+9999+9999+9999=49995 dammage in one turn
              with ONE CHARACTER!!!BEST STRATEGY EVER. 
                               
Difficulty: 10/10

==============================================================================

You win the Force Shield for defeating it, a handy shield to that defends
against elemental attacks (although that's about all it does, a Flame Shield
beats it everywhere except defense). Walk down the slope, north upstairs,
around and out of the Tomb of Memory.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				SHINRYU'S LAIR (NEO SHINRYU) (20.4d)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

			(-MAP-)
                                                One way
	----------------Entrance-------------------<----
        |                                      |       |
        |                                      |       |
       Left-------------Central Door---------Right     |
        |              *GRAND AEVIS*                   ^
	|		   |                           |
        |                  |                           |
--River of Souls           |             (Warp)        |
|	            Heart of Ronka----------->----------
|                          |
|                          |
|                          |
^                    Abyssal Falls
|                          |
|        ----------------------------------------
|One way |                                      |
|        |                                      |
^        |                                      |
|  Hall of Tranquility                     Shinryu's Lair
|        |                                 *NEO SHINRYU*
|  ----------------------                                              
|  |                    |                      ^             
--Tomb of Memory   Lethe Court (Void)          |
   *OMEGA MKII*     *GUARDIAN*                 |
                    *ENUO*                     |

If you wanted to tackle Neo Shinryu before Omega MKII, then you still would've
had to enter the Tomb of Memory to hit the switch which brings down the 
barrrier. Look at the first few paragraphs of the "Tomb of Memory" section.
If you have defeated Omega MKII like I have, then you would've had the barrier
brought down.

Just before we start, some quick warnings. The boss, Neo Shinryu, is easily
the hardest boss in FFV, if you barely survived against Omega MKII, then your
chances are extremely slim. Only if you're EXTREMEly confident of your levels
and abilities should you tackle Neo Shinryu.

Heal and save at the consecrated circle inside the Hall of Tranquility before
heading back outside to the Abyssal Falls. Go east until you reach the door
once blocked off by the barrier. Enter.

Having a Geomancer would be useful, for you'll have to go through many lava
tiles in this place (since it's setting is like the Great Sea Trench's). 
Either that or float will do the job. Follow the path, don't go down the 
stairs to the lava yet, until you reach a chest with Elixir (don't press the
switch).

Now go back down the stairs into the lava. Press the skull-switch on the
platform when you reach it. Go back to the switch before I told you not to
press. DON'T press it, just go down the stairs and walk across the new bridge
to a chest with Ribbon. Time to go back into the lava.

Go back to the platform, but don't go up this time. Instead, walk farther 
north and go up a different platform. Follow the path south to a chest with
Blitzshot. Now go back to the platform with the skull-switch and head 
downstairs.

This is the Treasure Room. Follow the LEFT path until you eventually reach a
some stairs which lead to lava. Walk a bit west and up and.........wow........
The treasures contain Elixir, Blastshot, 2 Ash, Blitzshot, Phoenix Down, 2 
Flame Scrolls, Lightning Scroll, Maximillian. Follow the path around back
to the first room. 

Jump into the lava and go with the flow all the way north. In this room, head
all the way north to a chest. Ah wait...didn't the original Shinryu also hid
in a chest? Wait...so this chest contains...

==============================================================================
 Neo Shinryu
\===========/

HP - 65000
Strength - 200
Defense - 100
Magic - 8
Magic Defense - 100
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Elixir
Treasure - Nothing
Type - Dragon

Battle Strategy: Two things before the fight. Cast Float on everybody and have
                 Coral Rings equipped on everybody. Before we start, I'll just
                 like to say that this brute IS the hardest boss in FFV. I had
                 to fight it like 10 times to defeat him. He's just that hard.
                 At the beginning of the fight, he'll cast Mighty Guard on 
                 himself, before a quick Maelstrom on everybody. If you're 
                 lucky, it'll only take effect on 1-2, if you're unlucky, 3-4.
                 Then, he'll pummel you with attacks such as Ice Storm, which
                 will hit all party members for at least 5000 damage!!! Doom
                 is one of it's less-threatening attacks, for it can also cast
                 Earthquake and Tidal Wave (which is why I told you to cast
                 Float and have Coral Rings). If you defeat it, it'll cast
                 Gigaflare AND Meteor, so if you defeated it with 1 guy left 
                 on 8 health, which was one of the situations I had, then bad
                 luck. Now...how do we defeat this thing!? Have Dragon Lances
                 equipped and the ability "Jump". If it hits (a lot of times
                 your attacks will rebound and while it will hit, it'll do
                 absolutely nothing) it'll easily do 9999 damage twice! But
                 since it has 65000 HP, you'll need to do that 4 TIMES to
                 defeat, and some of those times Jump will rebound. Everybody
                 else should have the abilities "Time" and "White", and on 
                 there turn, they should firstly cast "Quick", before casting
                 any necessary spells, such as Curaga or Hasteaga. THIS IS AN
                 EXCEPTIONALLY HARD BATTLE, DO NOT EMAIL ME BECAUSE YOU 
                 COULDN'T DEFEAT WITH THIS STRATEGY, I HAD TO FIGHT IT AT
                 LEAST 5 TIMES WITH THIS STRATEGY TO DEFEAT IT!!

-----------------------------
Alternate strategy:

I believe that using Hermes Sandals instead Coral Rings for the accessory when
attacking Neo Shinryu makes the fight vastly easier.  The reason I feel this 
way is that while using the coral rings protect against tidal wave, it also 
makes NS able to have 3 or 4 attacks for every full turn you take.  So you're
spending alot of your time healing instead of jumping.  Using the Hermes 
Sandals He'll get maybe 1 attack for every full turn you take.  So while 
you'll be vunerable to Tidal Wave, you should be able to kill him long before
he casts tidal wave, because unlike shinryu he doesn't start the fight with 
tidal wave. 

If you're fast enough the only attacks NS should make are zombie breath 
between the 2 sets of jumps and Giga Flare/Meteor when he dies 

The first set of jumps seems to always miss, but the second set always hits,
go figure. 

My party when I tried was lvl 70 with all abilities mastered for all jobs, 
fully healed and floating at the start of the fight. 

The equipment was 
Left: Dragon Lance 
Right: Dragon Lance 
Head: Ribbon <- just need to protect against zombie status 
Armor: Unequiped  <- unimportant, can use anything 
Acc:  Hermes Sandal 

Job: Freelancer 
Abilities: 
Bartz: Jump/Time <- for float before the fight 
Lenna: Jump/Smoke <- getting to the fight quickly 
Krile: Jump/White <- to fully heal before the fight 
Faris: Jump/Read Ahead <- getting to the fight quickly 

I win 10 times out of 10 using this. 

(thanks to Zarquin for this strategy!)

-----------------------------

Another alternate strategy:

I have a strategy of my own for Neo Shinryu, but it requires a lot of luck to
beat him. Here are the requirements for this fight:
 
Level 70 or higher
All characters in the Freelancer class
4 Coral Rings (1 for each character)
4 Ribbons (1 for each character)
3 Ice Shields (Support Characters Only)
At least 10 Elixers
All characters with the HP +30% ability
1 character with the Time ability (Must have Level 6 Magic enabled)
2 characters with the White ability (Must Have Level 6 Magic enabled)
1 character with the Jump and Dual-Wield abilities
1 character with 1 Dragon Lance (2 if possible, must be on the character with
Jump and Dual-Wield)
Support characters in the back row
Attacker in the front row
 
My Strategy: Be sure to cast Float before engaging this lethal dragon. After 
float is on everyone, start the fight. After he uses Maelstrom, restore 
everyone back to full HP and revive if needed. But if you got the attacker 
in the air before the Maelstrom, the attacker won't be affected. When the 
attacker lands, they'll inflict a total of anywhere between 13000 and 19998
 damage with the 2 lances equipped. Have your character with Time re-cast 
float after a character has been revived and cast Hastega on the first turn.
 The 2 with White should cast Curaga and Arise if needed. The attacker should
 be jumping constantly. The support characters will absorb his Deep Freeze 
attack, while everyone will absorb his Tidal Wave Attack. Earthquake won't 
harm your party as long as everyone's floating and/or in the air. Watch out 
for Almageist, his worst attack, as it deals 7500+ damage to everyone! Try not
 to let him get even a second to use this attack. Be sure you have enough HP 
to survive his final attack when you beat him. If you manage to survive the 
final attack, enjoy your new Ultima Weapon.

(thanks to yuffielover for this strategy!)

-----------------------------
                               
Difficulty: 20/10

==============================================================================

HEAL!!! At least Neo Shinryu gives you a good reward (Ultima Weapon!, better
than Ragnarok and Apocalypse!). This place is straightforward, so just run all
the way back to the Hall of Tranquility.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
				ENTER THE VOID (ENUO) (20.5e)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

			(-MAP-)
                                                One way
	----------------Entrance-------------------<----
        |                                      |       |
        |                                      |       |
       Left-------------Central Door---------Right     |
        |              *GRAND AEVIS*                   ^
	|		   |                           |
        |                  |                           |
--River of Souls           |             (Warp)        |
|	            Heart of Ronka----------->----------
|                          |
|                          |
|                          |
^                    Abyssal Falls
|                          |
|        ----------------------------------------
|One way |                                      |
|        |                                      |
^        |                                      |
|  Hall of Tranquility                     Shinryu's Lair
|        |                                 *NEO SHINRYU*
|  ----------------------                                              
|  |                    |                                      
--Tomb of Memory   Lethe Court (Void)
   *OMEGA MKII*     *GUARDIAN*
                    *ENUO* 

                      ^
                      |
                      |
                      |     

If you have defeated Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu, then you're all set for the
Ultimate Boss of this dungeon, the evil warlock who was sealed with the 
Legendary Weapons a millenium ago, Enuo. Let the warp orb at the bottom of
the Hall of Tranquility teleport you to another section of the Void.

Walk down and head right to a chest with Mutsunokami, which is stronger than
Ragnorok. Head left for an Elixir before heading down the stairs. Follow the
path to a teleporter.

Follow the path to a teleporter, there's nothing to be found. In this area,
just walk west to the next teleporter. Head up and up the right stairs first
which eventually leads to a chest with Robe or Lords. Head back down and this
time head up the left stairs, which will eventually lead to the Guardian.

==============================================================================
 Guardian
\=========/

HP - 55000
Strength - 110
Defense - 40
Magic - 50
Magic Defense - 10
Gil - 0
Experience - 0
Steal - Blitzshot
Treasure - Crystal Orb
Type - Machine

Battle Strategy: Without doubt the easiest boss in the Sealed Temple, this is
                 similar to the Soul Cannon battle. Summon Bahamut to kill the
                 Launchers and the Wave Cannon, before unleashing Rapid Fire
                 against the Guardian. This battle is nothing compared to 
                 Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu.
                               
Difficulty: 7/10

==============================================================================

Walk up the teleporter it was guarding and head north for a scene with Enuo.
Afterwards, you'll fight him!

==============================================================================
 Enuo
\====/

HP - ?
Strength - ?
Defense - ?
Magic - ?
Magic Defense - ?
Gil - ?
Experience - ?
Steal - ?
Treasure - ?
Type - ?

Battle Strategy: Okay, Enuo may be hard, but still not as difficult as Omega
                 MKII and a hell of a lot easier than Neo Shinryu. Rapid Fire
                 isn't really effective against it, so Dual-Cast Bahamut, 
                 Mime, Finisher, and Enuo won't know what hit him. After 
                 you've damaged him enough, the power of the Void will grow,
                 and this is where the hard part begins. Now, Enuo will cast
                 spells such as Hurricane, which has the same effect as 
                 Maelstrom (god I hate that technique) and he'll also turn 
                 your party into zombies. If you run out of MP, tough luck, 
                 you're out of the battle (unless you want to use Ethers). 
                 Continue hacking away at Enuo and he'll fall.
                               
Difficulty: 9.5/10

==============================================================================

Give a huge *sigh* as you have defeated Enuo, the boss of the Sealed Temple!
Watch the scene as you're transported back to room where you got the last 3
jobs. A crystal shard will appear which contains the job Necromancer!

Watch as a random man comes out of the central door in this room and explains
the Necromancer Job. Heal yourself with White Magic and cure any status 
ailments, turn one your party members into a Necromancer and fight the monster
which frightened the stage. Defeat it with your Necromancer, and everybody's
happy, and you'll learn a Dark Arts spell, Drain Touch! 

Congratulations, you have just beaten the Bonus Dungeon of the gamme. There is
still the Cloister of the Dead to conquer, and if you didn't fight Omega MKII
and Neo Shinryu then you have that to do as well. Again, congratulations!!!

Here's something to do. Go back to the Rift and the Void and fight Exdeath and
Neo Exdeath again. They were once hard, right? Fight them now. You'll be 
surprised.

==============================================================================
				CLOISTER OF THE DEAD (21.0n)
==============================================================================

Once you have beaten the Bonus Dungeon and gained the Necromancer job, the
central door in the room where you got the Gladiaotor, Oracle and Cannoneer
jobs is unlocked and within it, is all the previous bosses with their strength
multiplied.

The monsters come each in Groups of 5. You can't rest while you're fighting
a group, and can only rest between each group. Here they are:

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Group 1
========
First Battle - Wing Raptor
Second Battle - Garula
Third Battle - Siren
Fourth Battle - Magissa
Fifth Battle - Gil Turtle

Strategy: Before the fight, cast Float on everybody because the Gil Turtle 
          will cast earthquake when it's down. The first four enemies should
          be no problem at all, one or two Rapid Fires should finish them. Gil
          Turtle provides much more of a challenge, but still should be easy.
          Summoning Golem isn't really necessary unlike the previous battle,
          so cast Blizzaga. Rapid Fire Spellblade Blizzaga Dual-Wield with 
          2 Ragnaroks is a OHKO.
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Group 2
========
First Battle - Liquid Flame
Second Battle - Soul Cannon
Third Battle - Purobolos
Fourth Battle - Minotaur
Fifth Battle - Triplets

Strategy: Make sure not to have holy weapons equipped, like Excalibur and Holy
          Lance, for the Minotaur will absorb it and you can't cast magic in 
          that fight. Rapid Fire Liquid Flame, summon Bahamut to get rid of 
          the Launchers before Rapid Firing or Thundaga against Soul Cannon,
          summon Bahamut to kill the Purobolos, Rapid Fire Minotaur and summon
          Odin to kill the Triplets.
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Group 3
========
First Battle - Byblos
Second Battle - Tyrannosaur
Third Battle - Dragon Pod
Fourth Battle - Archeodemon
Fifth Battle - Apanda

Strategy: Firaga or just Rapid Fire will kill Byblos, Phoenix Down on 
          Tyrannosaur, summon Bahamut and Rapid Fire to kill Dragon Pod (some
          people say an Odin will work as well), a few Doomsdays and Bahamuts
          will kill Archeodemon and for Apanda just use Firaga or Rapid Fire.
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Group 4
========
First Battle - Manticore
Second Battle - Adamantoise
Third Battle - Jackanapes
Fourth Battle - Calofisteri
Fifth Battle - Twintania

Strategy: You can Rapid Fire all of them to death, they're that easy.
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Group 5
========
First Battle - Omniscient
Second Battle - Wendigo
Third Battle - Sandworm
Fourth Battle - Atomos
Fifth Battle - Halicarnassus

Strategy: Summon Syldra and mime to destroy Omniscient, for some reason it 
          does more damage than Bahamut, Rapid Fire works against Wendigo or
          you can just equip Flame Rings to negate it's Frost so you can cast
          Doomsday or summon Bahamut. The sandworm falls easily to physical
          attacks and Rapid Fire against Atomos and Halicarnassus.
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Group 6
========
First Battle - Crystals
Second Battle - Melusine
Third Battle - Catastrophe
Fourth Battle - Azulmagia
Fifth Battle - Necrophobe

Strategy: Odin works against the crystals, Rapid fire against Melusine, do the
          same for Catastrophe and Azulmagia. For Necrophobe, cast Doomsday 
          and summon Bahamut to destroy the barriers, before Rapid Firing 
          Necrophobe.
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After that rather simple challenge, you are awarded the Medal of Smiting!

Now you should have all five "trophies": Dragon Seal, Omega Badge, Medal of
Smiting, Force Shield and the Ultima Weapon. Congratulations on obtaining all
five trophies. Give yourself a pat on the back as you have now officially done
everything Final Fantasy V Advance offers. 

==============================================================================
				TIPS AND TRICKS (22.0o)
==============================================================================

-----------------------------
Potions or any item to aid the team (like Elixir and Mallet) are LAST
RESORTS! ONLY USE if everyone has no more MP and you're really low on HP or
have several status ailments, that's when you use the items. The exception
is, of course with Tents and Cottages.
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
When you face a group of enemies, ALWAYS attack the more threatening one
first. Have your magic users cast strong magic on the whole lot, and that will
generally eliminate the weaker monsters, but for those that can only target 
one monster at a time, ALWAYS attack the more threatening one.
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
Use all items WISELY. Don't for example, use an elixir when your HP is 
1231/2450 That is over half. Only use if you're less than a quarter of your
health, and then consider the situation. If an inn is 2 tiles away, would
you use an Elixir?
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
White Mages can be VERY sufficient attackers. Once your White Mage learns
Holy, he/she can become one of the most effecitive fighters. Holy does a lot.
Also, against the Undead, White Mages will become one of the best fighters,
for White Magic harms the undead just like Black to ordinary monsters.
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
Unlike in FFIV where there were set jobs and classes, this time, don't sell
all the weapons and armor you don't need. This is because you can have more
than 1 of the same class, and others might need the weaponary.
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
If you say "This game is frustrating me so much I want to ****ing kill
someone (you'll most likely say this when fighting Omega and Shinryu) then
one, simple, piece of advice. Try again. I've learned, over a series of many 
different types of games, that getting angry at something that can't think for
itself is just like talking to a bare wall (go ahead, laugh at me, I won't 
hear you laughing against those two). Try again. Eventually, you will overcome
it.
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
If you are low on levels in the third world (Level 40 and below) like I was, 
then  you want to find some places that get you 1100 exp plus per battle 
(Bottom of lowest left continent comes to mind).
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
Make sure you have at least 5 holy waters before you start the phoenix tower.
I was on the second top-floor (Floor 29) and my main character got zombied and
I didn't have a holy water, this resulted in him killing all my characters and
had to start the tower again!
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
Before entering the Rift, buy as many Cottages as you can!!! (Actually, 10
would be enough). Find out for yourself why when you do. 
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
If you don't want to encounter monsters, then use the Quicksave cheat. To do
so, just quicksave and load your game, this will reset the monster encounter
rate, and you'll have another good 10-20 steps before you encounter another
monster (or keep doing it to not encounter any monsters)
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
1- Death Claw is your god 
Almost every boss can be killed using Death Claw, some anoying monsters too
On low lvls can be used to 2HKO Archeoavis or GilTurtle 
that was it, I am pretty sure you like it 
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
2- Fast lvling on world 1 
Near Cresent there are 2 small islands that are like 3x3 
there is a enemy called Invincble, the cheat ways is to !Control him and then 
make him use Self-Destruct on himself, making to him 5000 hp dmg...xD 
500 exp, 4 ABP and like 777 Gil for one...ON WORLD 1!? THE PROGRAMMERS WERE 
CRAZY xD 
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
3- Twin Lances 
Try to steal 2 of them...make a thief and equip the thief ring on him, he will
steal the Twin lance of the Object de Art a 1/20 of the time... 
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
4 - ABP rain 
On the same basement, kill Object de Art with Level 5 Death, useful with 
ninjas and rangers, in 1 hour i had Bartz, Faris and Galuf with Dual Wield XD 
-----------------------------

-----------------------------
5 - Depending of your job avaible weapons, are the stats trnsfered of mastered
job XD 

IE: Knight can use swords, daggers: so he ingerit Mystic knight, Thief, and 
other classes with that weapon usage, so knighs can have a good MDEF with just
training on black magic ^^ 

(thanks to kupo_234 for the four tips!)
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Blood Sword and Rapid Fire is a VERY good combo, since you cannot miss while
using it.
----------------------------- 

(thanks to VG Emblem for the tip!)

-----------------------------
there is an easier way to beat Shiva, Ifrit, Soul Cannon, Abuductor(all of 
them even Ediuko), Liquid flame, Titan and a LOT of other boss. Just go to 
Karnak and buy a rod that has the weakness to your boss. Then use it in battle
and it uses Fire3,Ice3 and Bolt3.
----------------------------- 

(thanks to fire_dude_101 for the above tip!)

-----------------------------
use strong weapons and dance to do massive damage (possibly 19998 damage- easy
odin killer and mastering a job adds its stats to your freelancer job but this
isn't accumalative so if you have master thief then master mystic knight your
speed will still be 41 for bartz and if you master mystic knight then thief 
it'll be the same. Magic shell is automatic on freelancer, find passages is 
too, dual wield is automatic on mime as well as freelancer, counter is only 
for freelancer, i'm not sure if find passages and magic shell is also for mime
-----------------------------
 
-----------------------------
Good Strategies
 
monk - 30% hp and blue - white wind -massive insta heal all
blood sword is good for extra magic power
dual cast summon is good for defense - golem and carbuncle
 
Before gladiator, oracle, cannoneer, mime, and necromancer...
master thief for agility
master knight for strength
master monk for stamina
master summoner for magic
 
my bartz hasn't mastered summoner but mastered blue mage.. his no equipment 
status as a freelancer
 
Strength- 54
Stamina- 53
Agility- 41
Magic- 48
 
some stats from a mastered job are transferred to jobs other than freelancer 
and mime, i know that agility transfers to some for a fact (or so i think you 
may need to check this up)
 
If you don't ever run braveblade's maximum potential is higher than that of 
chicken knife, but chicken knife is still better than all the legendnary weps
with 124 attack as max and excalibur 107
-----------------------------

(thanks to Yami for the above tips!)

-----------------------------
Train oracle first till you gain ABP up, which helps mimic, gladiator, and 
cannoneer

Also, if you get higher level cannoneer, you can gain EXP up, that helps level
up a lot

Make sure you have 2 cannoneer maxed out (get combine to shorten the exdeath 
fight)
-----------------------------

(thanks to Matt Tsui for the above tip!)

-----------------------------

For tips on the Bonus Dungeon, check out the Bonus Dungeon section

-----------------------------

I found the best equipment for training, cause the point that you must take
in account is that when you train, you should equip items that increase the 
stamina. Here it is (obviosly, it's better for Freelancer):
 
Apocalypse
ManEater
Ribbon
White Robe
Protect Ring

-----------------------------
 
Protect Rings improve better your stats plus it gives you automatically Regen!
So equip them in everybody. If you don't have enough of them, equip the Orbs
or the Elven Mantles (giving you possible evades for ANY boss).
 
9. You should reccomend training in the Sealed Temple in case somebody has 
lower levels than 50. Why? Cause enemies like Dark Elementals and Ironclads.

-----------------------------

-----------------------------

Another training stategy:

This requires that three of your characters know the
Condem and or Control skills.  When you are traveling
through the last stage of the void, you will often
encounter behemouth kings.  Immediatly cast doom on
the behemouth king, contol it, and leave it alone it
will die in approximately seven seconds.  No more
annoying meteor counters or criticals to deal with ^_^
! This also works on gorimeras, (chimera things). Only
try this when there are only two enemies to make
things easier.  You will quickly gain about 29 - 30
ABP per battle!  With  this strategy, you can master
some jobs in about ten minutes.  try this near a save
point just in case you need to heal with a cottage or something...
 
-----------------------------

(thanks to branksamage for the above tips!)

(more tips to come soon!)

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				MUSIC PLAYER (23.0p)
==============================================================================

Once you beat the game once, the Music Player's unlocked and can be found
under "Extra" on the Start Menu. All the songs in the Music Player can be 
found here:

Note: Anything marked with () is not part of the actual name

BGM List (in order)
====================

Main Theme of Final Fantasy V
Opening Theme
Four Hearts (World 1 Overworld)
Hurry! Hurry!
Reina's Theme
Dungeon (Cave music)
Battle 1 (Normal monster music)
Victory Fanfare
Requiem
Pirates Ahoy
Town Theme
Good Night
Sealed Away (Shrine Music)
Cursed Lands (Ship Graveyard and Karnak music)
Deception
Harvest
To the North Mountain
Close Call
Battle 2 (Boss Music)
Spreading Grand Wings (Airship)
Royal Palace
Fire Ship
Run!
Run! (Introless Version)
Sorrows of Parting
Library of Ancients
Reminiscence
Musica Machina
The Day Will Come
What?
Mambo de Chocobo
Home, Sweet Home
Music Box
The Airship
The Evil Lord X-Death
X-Death's Castle
The Dawn Warriors
Battle at the Big Bridge
Unknown Lands (World 2 Overworld)
Moogle's Theme
The Castle of Dawn
Beyond the Deep Blue Sea
Legend of the Deep Forest
Tycoon Waltz
Boko's Theme
A New World (World 3 Overworld)
Sealed Book (Tablet Theme)
Slumber of Ancient Earth (Pyramid themes)
In Search of Light
The Decisive Battle (Exdeath Battle in Void and bosses in Sealed Temple)
The Final Battle (Neo Exdeath Battle in Void and Enuo in Sealed Temple)
The Silent Beyond (Epilogue Part 1)
Dear Friends (Epilogue Part 2)
Final Fantasy
Ending Theme
The Prelude
Fanfare 1
Fanfare 2
I'm a Dancer
Piano Lesson 1
Piano Lesson 2
Piano Lesson 3
Piano Lesson 4
Piano Lesson 5
Piano Lesson 6
Piano Lesson 7
Piano Lesson 8

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				BUGS AND GLITCHES (24.0q)
==============================================================================

1-Zombie's Revive (BUG) 
If you have a dead character with a Angel Ring equiped, and was targetted to 
be a zombie, it will be revived 

2-Reset Step counter (BUG?) 
If you open the menu you reset the game Step Counter so you can avoid random
battles 

3-Reset counter- Part 2(BUG?) 
You can quicksave and then load and you can reset the step counter 

4-Samurai dull skill 
I dont remember the name of the skill (only knows SNES name, because I had to 
give the game to my sis T_T) but on SNES is !SwdSlap, the game says that it 
Paralizes and hits an enemy but it only hit it, but as a skill, charmed, 
confused or sleeping enemies still will be afflicted by their status 

5-Wolves throught walls 
On Kelb there are 3 wolves walking on circles, if you interfere the path, you
can throw the wolves to a dead end, making them to walk on the walls 

6-Ghost haunting me! 
On world 2, if you go to Sealed Castle Kuzar when Galuf is dead, the game 
still say Galuf's lines... The sames happens on World 3 if you search the 
upper left hand bookshelf in the room with all the bookshelves in Castle 
Surgate, and Lenna is not in your party (at the beggining of world 3) the 
games says Lenna's lines. 

(thanks to kupo_234 for the above)

1-Fork Tower glitch
Do not park your yellow chocobo next to the fork tower when you're going to
climb it. Afterwards, the Fork Tower will sink and your yellow chocobo will
be stuck, unable to access.

(thanks to Erik for the glitch!)

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				DIFFERENT TRANSLATIONS (25.0r)
==============================================================================

FFV has been released through 3 different consoles: SNES, PS and GBA. While
most of the translations are the same, there are some differences between the
three. I will list the GBA, SNES and PS translations.

Note: The ones I don't list are all the same in all translations

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				PLACE TRANSLATIONS (25.1a)
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|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
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|Barrier Tower          |Barrier Tower             |Shield Generator         |
|Carwen                 |Carwen                    |Kerwin                   |
|Castle Bal             |Castle Bal                |Castle Val               |
|Desert of Shifting Sands|Quicksand Desert         |Quicksand Desert         |
|Drakenvale             |Hiryu Valley              |Valley of Dragons        |
|Fire Ship              |Steamship                 |Fire Ship                |
|Forest of Moore        |Forest of Mua             |Forest of Moore          |
|Ghido's Cave           |Guido's Cave              |Gill's Shrine            |
|Gohn                   |Lonka                     |Ronka                    |
|Great Sea Trench       |Great Trench              |Great Sea Trench         |
|Guardian Tree          |Elder Tree                |Elder Tree               |
|Interdimensional Rift  |Cleft of Dimension        |N-Zone                   |
|Island Shrine          |Solitary Island Temple    |Island Shrine            |
|Istory                 |Istory                    |Easterly                 |
|Jachol                 |Jacole                    |Jachol                   |
|Library of the Ancients|Ancient Library           |Library of the Ancients  |
|Lix                    |Lix                       |Rikks                    |
|Moore                  |Mua                       |Moore                    |
|Phantom Village        |Mirage                    |Mirage                   |
|Quelb                  |Kelb                      |Kelb                     |
|Regole                 |Rugor                     |Lugor                    |
|Sealed Castle          |Kuza                      |Kuza                     |
|Walse                  |Worus                     |Walz                     |
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Please don't ask about some of the translations <_<

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				JOB TRANSLATIONS (25.2b)
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|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
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|Beastmaster            |Mediator                  |Trainer                  |
|Dragoon                |Dragoon                   |Lancer                   |
|Freelancer             |Normal                    |Bare                     |
|Mime                   |Mimic                     |Mime                     |
|Mystic Knight          |Mystic Knight             |Sorceror                 |
|Ranger                 |Hunter                    |Hunter                   |
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Not many differences, are there?

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				BLUE MAGIC TRANSLATIONS (25.3c)
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|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
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|1000 Needles           |Blowfish                  |Blowfish                 |
|Aera                   |Aero 2                    |Aero 2                   |
|Aeroga                 |Aero 3                    |Aero 3                   |
|Aqua Breath            |AquaRake                  |AquaRake                 |
|Dark Spark             |DrkShock                  |BlakShock                |
|Death Claw             |DethClaw                  |DoomClaw                 | 
|Doom                   |Condemn                   |Condemn                  |
|Flame Thrower          |Emission                  |Burn Ray                 |
|Level 4 Graviga        |L4 Qrtr                   |L4 Qrtr                  |
|Level 5 Death          |L5 Doom                   |L5 Doom                  |
|Lilliputian Lyric      |TinySong                  |LittlSong                |
|Magic Hammer           |Hammer                    |MagHammr                 |
|Mighty Guard           |MghtyGrd                  |Guardian                 |
|Off-Guard              |GuardOff                  |GuardOff                 |
|Pond's Chorus          |FrogSong                  |ToadSong                 |
|Self-Destruct          |Exploder                  |Exploder                 |
|Transfusion            |Fusion                    |Pep Up                   |
|Vampire                |Vampire                   |Red Feast                |
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				WHITE MAGIC TRANSLATIONS (25.4d)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Arise                  |Life 2                    |Arise                    |
|Blink                  |Image                     |Blink                    |
|Cura                   |Cure 2                    |Cure 2                   |
|Curaga                 |Cure 3                    |Cure 3                   |
|Confuse                |Charm                     |Muddle                   |
|Esuna                  |Heal                      |Esuna                    |
|Libra                  |Scan                      |Scan                     |
|Mini                   |Size                      |Mini                     |
|Poisona                |Antidote                  |Antidote                 |
|Protect                |Armor                     |Protect                  |
|Raise                  |Life                      |Raise                    |
|Reflect                |Wall                      |Reflect                  |
|Silence                |Mute                      |Mute                     |
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				BLACK MAGIC TRANSLATIONS (25.5e)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|Blizzard               |Ice                       |Ice                      |
|Blizzara               |Ice 2                     |Ice 2                    |
|Blizzaga               |Ice 3                     |Ice 3                    |
|Death                  |Doom                      |Doom                     |
|Fira                   |Fire 2                    |Fire 2                   |
|Firaga                 |Fire 3                    |Fire 3                   |
|Osmose                 |Psych                     |Asper                    |
|Poison                 |Venom                     |Poison                   |
|Thunder                |Bolt                      |Bolt                     |
|Thundara               |Bolt 2                    |Bolt 2                   |
|Thundaga               |Bolt 3                    |Bolt 3                   |
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				TIME MAGIC TRANSLATIONS (25.6f)
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------
|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
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|Banish                 |X-Zone                    |N-Zone                   |
|Graviga                |Quarter                   |Demi 2                   |
|Gravity                |Demi                      |Demi                     |
|Hastega                |Haste 2                   |Haste 2                  |
|Mute                   |Void                      |Mute                     |
|Return                 |Reset                     |Return                   |
|Slowga                 |Slow 2                    |Slow 2                   |
|Speed                  |Drag                      |Speed                    |
|Teleport               |Exit                      |Teleport                 |
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				SONGS TRANSLATIONS (25.7g)
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|          GBA          |           SNES           |            PS           |
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|Alluring Air           |Charm Song                |Temptation Song          |
|Hero's Rime            |Hero Song                 |Level Song               |
|Mana's Paean           |Magic Song                |MP Song                  |
|Mighty March           |Vitality Song             |Strength Song            |
|Romeo's Ballad         |Love Song                 |Love Song                |
|Sinewy Etude           |Power Song                |Power Song               |
|Swift Song             |Speed Song                |Speed Song               |
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				MONSTER TRANSLATIONS (25.8h)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(a direct extract from Ebmid2's guide)

SNES name                   Gameboy Advance name
????                        ???
Abductor                    Abductor
Achelone                    Achelon
Acrophese                   Acrophies
AdamaGolem                  Adamantite Golem
AdamanTiMi                  Adamantoise
Aegil                       Aegir
Alcumia                     Alchymia
Alte Roite                  Alte Roite
Ammona                      Ammonite
Andagranda                  Undergrounder
Anku Heggu                  Ankheg
Antlion                     Antlion
Apanda                      Apanda
Apocalypse                  Azulmagia
Aquathone                   Aquathorn
Arage                       Hellraiser
ArchaeAvis                  Archeoaevis
Archaesaur                  Archeosaur
ArchaeToad                  Archeotoad
Armon                       Nix
Aspis                       Aspis
Atmos                       Atomos
AvisDragon                  Dragon Aevis
Bahamut                     Bahamut
BandelKuar                  Bandercoeuri
Bander S.                   Bandersnatch
Bardandels                  Baldanders
Barette                     Bulette
Barrier                     Barrier
Belfegor                    Belphegor
Bella Donna                 Parthenope
Berserker                   Berserker
Big Boss                    Big Boss?
Bighorn                     Big Horn
BioSoldier                  Bio Soldier
Black Goblin                Black Goblin
BlackFlame                  Black Flame
BlandLamia                  Lamia Queen
Blind Wolf                  Blind Wolf
Blizzard                    Istory Lythos
Blocks                      Headstone
Blood Slime                 Blood Slime
BlueDragon                  Blue Dragon
Bodyguard                   Yojimbo
Bold Mani                   Dechirer
Bomb                        Bomb
BoneDragon                  Bone Dragon
Byblos                      Byblos
Cactus                      Cactus
Calotisteri                 Calofisteri
Carbunkle                   Carbuncle
Carcurser                   Calcruthl
Catastroph                  Catastrophe
Chamcubia                   Lemure
Cherie                      Cherie
Chim.Brain                  Manticore
Chimera                     Chimera?
Cockatrice                  Cockatrice
Commander                   Ice Commander
Conago                      Kornago
Coral                       Coral
Corvette                    Corbett
Crayclaw                    Cray Claw
Crescent                    Harvester
Crew Dust                   Crew Dust
CrysDragon                  Crystal Dragon
Cure Beast                  Cure Beast
Cursed One                  The Damned
D.Chimera                   Dhorme Chimera
DarkWizard                  Black Warlock
Dearo                       Devil Crab
Death Claw                  Death Claw
Defeater                    Defeater
Desertpede                  Desertpede
Devourer                    Devourer
Dilure                      Birostris
Dim Master                  Chrono Controller
DoomDealer                  Death Dealer
Drippy                      Drippy
Druid                       Druid
DuelKnight                  Dueling Knight
Elf Toad                    Elf Toad
Elm Gigas                   Elm Gigas
Enkidou                     Enkidu
Exdeath                     Exdeath
ExdethSoul                  Exdeath's Soul
Faerie Orc                  Fairy Orc
Fall Guard                  Steel Fist
Farfarerro                  Farfarello
Fishman                     Merrow
Flamegun                    Flame Thrower
Flare                       Flaremancer
FlyingKillr                 Flying Killer
Forza                       Forza
Fury                        Fury
Gabbldegak                  Gobbledygook
GajraGajri                  Galajelly
Gala Cat                    Gaelicat
Galura                      Garula
Gargoyle                    Gargoyle
Garkimasra                  Jackanapes
Gatlings                    Gatling
Gel Fish                    Gel Fish
Gel Water                   Aquagel
Giant Bird                  Rukh
Gigas                       Gigas
Gil Turtle                  Gil Turtle
Gilgamesh                   Gilgamesh
GloomWidow                  Gloom Widow
Goblin                      Goblin
Gogo                        Famed Mimic Gogo
Golem                       Golem
Gorchimera                  Gorgimera
GrandMummy                  Grand Mummy
GrassTurtle                 Grass Tortoise
Gravido                     Gravitator
Great Drgn                  Great Dragon
Grenade                     Grenade
Halicarnaso                 Halicarnassus
Hedgehog                    Hedgehog
HiryuuFlowr                 Dragon Flower
HiryuuPlant                 Dragon Pod
Hole                        Hole
Hydra                       Ghidra
Hyudora                     Hydra
IceSoldier                  Ice Soldier
Ifrit                       Ifrit
Imp                         Imp
Invisible                   Covert
Ion                         Iron Muscles
Iron Claw                   Iron Claw
Iron Dress                  Ironback
Iron Giant                  Iron Giant
Isteritos                   Frost Bull
Ixecrator                   Executor
Jail Bear                   Shell Bear
Jura Avis                   Jura Aevis
K.Behemoth                  King Behemoth
Karlabos                    Karlabos
Karnak                      Cur Nakk
Killer Bee                  Killer Bee
Kuzar                       Kuza Beast
Lamia                       Lamia
Land Crawl                  Landcrawler
Land Turtle                 Land Turtle
Launcher                    Launcher
LevelCheck                  Level Checker
Leviathan                   Leviathan
Likaon                      Lycaon
Lil'Chariot                 Little Chariot
LiquiFlame                  Liquid Flame
LonkaKnght                  Ronkan Knight
Lopros                      Lesser Lopros
Lunenta                     Tunneller
MachinHead                  Mecha Head
Magic Drgn                  Magic Dragon
Magic Pot                   Magic Pot
Magisa                      Magissa
Magnetes                    Magnetite
Mammon                      Mammon
Mandrake                    Mandrake
ManiWizard                  Mani Wizard
MercuryBat                  Mercury Bat
Merugene                    Melusine
Metamorpha                  Metamorph
Mind Mage                   Mindflayer
MiniDragon                  Mini Dragon
MiniMage                    Mini Magician
Minotauros                  Minotaur
Mithril Drgn                Mythril Dragon
Mold Wind                   Moldwynd
MooglEater                  Moogle Eater
MossFungus                  Moss Fungus
Motor Trap                  Motor Trap
Motordrive                  Iron Fist
Mover                       Mover
Mukare                      Mykale
Mummy                       Mummy
Necrofobia                  Necrophobe
Necromancr                  Necromancer
NeoExdeath                  Neo Exdeath
NeoGalura                   Neo Garula
NeoGoblin                   NeoGoblin?
Neon                        Neon
Neregeid                    Nereid
Nile                        Ushabti
Ninja                       Ninja
Nut Eater                   Nutkin
Octoraken                   Octokraken
Odin                        Odin
Omega                       Omega
Omniscient                  Omniscient
Orcat                       Orukat
Owazoral                    Oiseaurare
Padosule                    Pas de Seul
Page 128                    Page 128
Page 256                    Page 256
Page 32                     Page 32
Page 64                     Page 64
Pantera                     Pantera
Pao                         Pao
Phobos                      Phobos
Poltergeist                 Poltergeist
Prototype                   Prototype
PsychoHead                  Mindflusher
Puroboros                   Purobolos
Pyra Layer                  Rajiformes
Python                      Python
Ra Mage                     Ra Mage
Radiator                    Dark Aspic
Ramuh                       Ramuh
Red Dragon                  Red Dragon
Ridicule                    Cursed Being
RikaldMage                  Ricard Mage
Rock Brain                  Strapparer
Rocket                      Rocket Launcher
RockGarter                  Rock Slug
Sahagin                     Sahagin
Sand Bear                   Sand Bear
Sand Crawl                  Sandcrawler
Sand Killer                 Desert Killer
Sand Porky                  Sandboil
Sandworm                    Sandworm
Sea Avis                    Sea Ibis
Sea Devil                   Sea Devil
Seal Guardian               Crystal
SeaScorpio                  Water Scorpion
Sekmet                      Sekhmet
Sergeant                    Sergeant
Shadow                      Shadow
ShdwDancer                  Shadow Dancer
ShieldDrgn                  Shield Dragon
Shinryuu                    Shinryu
Shiva                       Shiva
Shoat                       Catoblepas
Silent Bee                  Silent Bee
Silvune                     Vilia
Siren                       Siren
Skeleton                    Skeleton
Skull Eater                 Skull Eater
Sleepy                      Sleepy
Slownin                     Numb Blade
Slug                        Slug
Sol Cannon                  Soul Cannon
Sorcerer                    Sorcerer
Spizner                     Spizzner
Stalker                     Wendigo
Statue                      Objet d'Art
Steel Bat                   Steel Bat
Sting Eagle                 Poison Eagle
Stingray                    Stingray
StonedMask                  Stone Mask
StoneGolem                  Stone Golem
Stray Cat                   Stray Cat
Stroper                     Stroper
Sucker                      Sucker
SwrdDancer                  Sword Dancer
Tarantula                   Tarantula
Tatu                        Tatou
Th.Anemone                  Thunder Anemone
Thing                       Crystelle
TinyMage                    Tiny Mage
Titan                       Titan
Tonberi                     Tonberry
Torrent                     Treant
Tote Avis                   Tot Aevis
Traveler                    Traveler
Treeman                     Triffid
Tricker                     Level Tricker
Triton                      Triton
Twin Tania                  Twintania
TwinLizard                  Doublizard
TwinLizard (ExDeath Castle) Twin Lizard
Tyrasaurus                  Tyrannosaur
UndeadRusk                  Undead Husk
Unknown                     Unknown
Wall Knight                 Reflect Knight
Wall Mage                   Reflect Mage
Water Buzz                  Devilfish
Weresnake                   Weresnake
Whirl Demon                 Enchanted Fan
White Flame                 White Flame
White Snake                 White Serpent
Wild Nack                   Wild Nakk
WingRaptor                  Wing Raptor
Wyrm                        Wyrm
Wyvern                      Wyvern
Yellow Drgn                 Yellow Dragon
ZephyrZone                  Zephyrus
Ziggurat                    Ziggurat Gigas
ZombieDrgn                  Zombie Dragon
Zuu                         Zu
None                        Archeodemon
None                        Assassin
None                        Behemoth
None                        Claret Dragon
None                        Dark Elemental (type 1)
None                        Dark Elemental (type 2)
None                        Dark Elemental (type 3)
None                        Dinozombie
None                        Duelist
None                        Enuo
None                        Exoray
None                        Grand Aevis
None                        Guardian
None                        Hades
None                        Ironclad
None                        Launcher
None                        Launcher
None                        Medusa
None                        Mini Satana
None                        Neo Shinryu
None                        Omega Mk.II
None                        Soul Eater
None                        Wave Cannon

(thanks to Ebmid2 for allowing me to have this in my guide!)

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				FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (26.0s)
==============================================================================

*NOTE: THIS SeCTION WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS*

If you have a question and checked the FAQ/Walkthrough 3.6 billion times and 
couldn't find the answer, and I've checked the guide and made sure that the
answer isn't in this guide, I'll copy your question and answer it here, plus
an email back to you.

If I find that the answer is in the guide, but not as specific as one would
like, then I'll email the answer back to you, and if I'm feeling up to it, 
I'll put the question in here as well and you'll recieve credit.

If the answer is definetely in the guide, I won't even bother replying. So 
check in the guide first you lazy bums!

Q: How hard is this game?
A: This game is hard to some and easy to others, but it provides challenges to
   all. If you've played FFIV, then believe me, it's 10X harder than that! The
   bosses are a lot harder than what you would find in FFIV, which First 
   Timers might find a problem against. And even for advanced users, the Bonus
   Dungeon and the bosses within WILL give you a hard time.

Q: Where is the Bonus Dungeon located?
A: Once you beat the game, head south of Phantom Village to the area where you
   obtained the Gladiator, Cannoneer and Oracle jobs. Pull the switch that was
   previously broken and enter the door that just unlocked at the north-west
   corner. Head up past the consecrated circle and through the gap.
   Welcome to the Bonus Dungeon (not a very good entrance, I know).

Q: Does this game have Class Changes?
A: Yes, it certainly does! This game takes elements from FFTA, and by that,
   I mean the fact that you can class change as many times as you want, but 
   with no requirements! Not only that, but you can add abilities to another
   class from another one! i.e a Knight that can cast White and Black Magic!

Q: Does any playable characters die?
A: There are only 5 playable characters, and from that, I can say that 1 does
   die. (and it's fairly obvious which one)

Q: Approxiametely how long does it take to beat the game?
A: A lot longer than 24 hours! Train well, beat the main walkthrough and the
   Bonus Dungeon, I'd say around 30-40 hours. It might take a lot longer, 
   depending on how long you train. 

Q: Can I link this with any other previous FF games?
A: No.

Q: Is Cid the same Cid from the previous FF games?
A: NO! NO NO NO NO NO!!! Final Fantasy simply loves the use of the name Cid. 
   He is the judgemaster in FF Tactics Advance, Cid of the airships in FFII 
   and in FFIV. And there's like a Cid in every other FF game as well.

Q. Inside the Void, I always seem to die and I'm Lv45-50! This is hard!
A. That is not even a question. Use cures, elixirs, anything that can save
   you. Or just run away from the monsters!

Q. What's the difference between Cottage and Tent besides the cost?
A. On the items description, it says that Tents recover all member's HP and MP
   and the same with Cottage. But, Tent only recovers 1000HP and 100MP while
   Cottage will recover all. Use Tents in the first world and  some of the 
   second, but in World 3, convert to Cottages. 

Q. Is there going to be a FFIII Advance on GBA?
A. I doubt it, it's out on DS so there's no way it could be on GBA.

Q. Is there any good pics on Lenna and Faris? I really love those two.
A. Maybe on Google? Or try any fanart site, some people are simply awesome at
   drawing characters from anime/games.

Q. I contributed to this guide but didn't recieve credit! Why?
A. Me too lazy. Nah I'm joking. I'll post you on soon.

Q. I love your FAQs! What's your next one going to be about?
A. Final Fantasy VI, but when I get the game, I'll be back in school, so I 
   probably won't start until much later, not until the holidays start again.

Q. (Concerning Lvl 5 Death) My question is: I'll only learn it when my level
   is multiple of 5? Will I learn it even if the character dies? 
A. YES!!! You HAVE to be a multiple of Level 5 to get hit by it, and you will
   die, but you'll still learn it. Make sure you don't have everyone in your
   party a multiple of 5, because it'll kill them all, causing Game Over. Make
   sure your Blue Magic IS hit.

Q. In your guide, you stated that the Ranger's ability, Rapid Fire, works with
   Spellblade. My party is level 41, and in the Wind Shrine getting the second
   tablet. As you can see, I am pretty far in. But for some reason, Spellblade
   does not seem to work with Rapid Fire. I have a Freelancer with 2 weapons 
   equipped (via the Dual-Wield ability) and Spellblade and Rapid Fire as the 
   abilities. Rapid Fire itself works with attacking 8 times, but using 
   Spellblade then using Rapid Fire does not. Even with just one weapon it 
   seems not to work. Attacking regularly with 2 weapons and Spellblade does 
   work, though. The rare exception to this is when I fought those Object de 
   Art enemies, in which a Thundaga Spellblade + Rapid Fire was an instant 
   kill for each hit (yeah, no damage was even displayed, they just died). The
   one thing that I think could be causing it is that my Spellblade is only 
   level 6, not 7. I didn't think it necessary to level it anymore, especially
   since it takes 400 ABP and the Mystic Knight class is rather underwhelming.  
A. Spellblade DOES work, and IS working for you. The producers just got lazy 
   and didn't add in the effects of Spellblade (or they forgot, I don't know)

Q. In your guide you mention monsters that when you steal from them, they give
   you certain items. Monsters include lets say the Crystal Dragon which you
   can steal the Dragon Lance from now my real question is when you say 
   *steal* it says it has nothing to steal from  is that because it is random
   each time or does it have have to be a dragon in a certain area?  Id really
   like to know because it keeps telling me they have nothing to steal 
   whenever I attempt to. Other monsters include Yojimbo which have the 
   Murakumo's and Neo Exdeath which have the Ragnaroks.
A. Those are called "RARE" steals, and by rare, I mean rare. Sometimes, the
   monsters won't even be carrying them! If the screen says "Can't Steal", 
   this means that the monster IS holding something, but you were unable to
   steal it. If it says "Nothing to Steal" this means that the monster is 
   carrying nothing/you've already stolen what it had. If you know the 
   monster has a rare steal, like the Crystal Dragon, then use the Time Magic
   "Return", and it'll start the battle again, and the Crystal Dragon will
   reset what it had. If you're lucky, rare steals will only take 2-3 minutes,
   if you're unlucky, 10-15. Maybe even more. Good luck :D

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				Acknoledgements (27.0t)
==============================================================================

Well, if you contributed something to this guide, then you will be here. I
give credit to everybody who helps me (and some weird contributions as well)

GFAQs and CJayC - Great website and great man. Thanks for accepting this 
                  guide!

GFAQs FFV Advance Message Boards - A great place to go to if you want any info
                                   on this game! There are some great users 
                                   who are as knowledgable, and some more, on
                                   this game than me. Thanks for suggestions
                                   on this guide from some users!

Supercheats.com - Another host of this guide. Great site as well!

Neoseeker.com - I believe this guide's been on neoseeker for quite some time,
                but I didn't realize it until now. I remember that after they
                asked me for my first guide that they can have all my future
                ones. Anyway, neoseeker is also another great site!

Me - For writing this guide :D! 

L.V - For giving me this game

KiaLobeli - For allowing me to have Monster Locations in my guide. Kia's 
            FAQ/Walkthrough is also one of the best out there. It can be 
            found at:
 http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/final_fantasy_v_advance.txt

Ebmid2 - For allowing me to have his Monster Translations in my guide. Another
         great guide out there. It can be found at:
 http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/final_fantasy_v_advance_a.txt

TakerVersion1 - For allowing me to have his "Gaia" section in my guide. Look
               out for his guide at:
 http://db.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/final_fantasy_v_advance_job_
 ability.txt

Scotty - Starting and completing some latter sections of the guide

Kevislash - Telling me what Remora does and what that there's a weapons shop
            in the Great Sea Trench.

VeghEsther - For many boss strategies. Thanks a lot man!

Game2002 - Giving me strategies on how to defeat Omega and Shinryu. Much
           appreciated!

Endigomaster - Telling me what freeing Lone Wolf does

Morneau - Giving me a strategy for Liquid Flame

Musashi77 - Correcting a mistake I made in the "Jobs" section

Zarquin - Giving me an alternate strategy for Neo Shinryu. Thanks!!!

SystemErr0rs - Correcting a mistake in the walkthrough

Kupo_234 - Contributing a lot of useful information. Thanks a lot!!! :D*

Eric - Giving me a good training strategy and informing me of something I
       missed in the walkthrough

Dilon - A strategy to defeat Titan

anonymous - For new info on Omega. 

LinkofHyrule991 - An alternate strategy for Purobolos.

Erik - For pointing out a harmful glitch.

Dogarasu - For descriptions of the Cannoneer and Chemist Jobs. 

yuffielover - Another strategy for Neo Shinryu. The more the merrier!

Christian - For an alternate strategy of Shinryu. More strategies welcome!

jelly_man24 - For telling me what the blue magic ??? does

Meagan - For an alternate strategy on Ramuh

Rufino - For an alternate strategy on Omega. Keep the strategies coming!

Andre - Nice question on Level 5 Death. I've already recieved more than 5 of
        these emails, hope I don't get anymore. Also a tip on how to avoid
        the Gil Turtle.

VG Emblem - For a good tip on attacking. More tips welcome!

Honalululand - For info on Archeoaevis.

DanieruLynx - For a great strategy on Azulmagia. 

Rogall - For pointing out a mistake I made in the guide. 

fire_dude_101 - A nice tip on how to beat bosses

Saxuallyapeasing - For boss strategies on Shinryu and Carbuncle

Chrisgn - For pointing out something I missed in the Rift

Zeroshiki - For a strategy on Neo Exdeath

LegendaryBakura - For another strategy on the four elemental crystals

Casper - For some info concerning Objet d'Art in Castle Bal

Yami - For two useful tips 

Sk8er_Boy666 - For two more Blue Magic locations. Thanks man!

bane_goblin - For some info in the walkthrough

deathscythehellx2000 - For info on the Sandworm boss

Matt Tsui - For contributing a useful tip

Hunter - For a suggestion on the Great Sea Trench

Splitblkribbon - For an alternate strategy on Archeoaevis

ChainsawMonkey - For spotting something I missed in the Wind Shrine

branksamage - For many tips on the Bonus Dungeon and on the game

tonymjin - For an alternate strategy on Omniscient

zeroshiki - For another training tip

Morgan Smidt - For a great strategy on Omega MKII

For all the others that have emailed me about comments and compliments who I
haven't listed here

For all my friends (mostly RPP) who encouraged me to make a FAQ and supported
me along the way

And finally, to you, who are reading this.

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				MY FINAL WORDS...(OF WISDOM) (28.0u)
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This is a long piece of art, and I'll be daggered if I can finish anytime 
soon. However, I will update it as often as I can and hopefully can be
finished by early next year. 

Anyway, this is the place you want to be to know the recent updates, anything
special going on and just about anything I want to say at the moment. They're
in oldest-to-newest order.

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YES!!! I've defeated the legendary Omega and Shinryu! Well, it's on to the
Bonus Dungeon for me!

I've conquered the Bonus Dungeon! I've done absolutely everything inside,
including defeating Omega MKII and Neo Shinryu (god Neo Shinryu was hard...)
It's time to tackle the Cloister of the Dead!

Finished the Cloister of the Dead as well. I've now completed FFV. I'll start
on the Weapons and Armor section soon enough.

Yeah, I know, I still haven't done the Weapons and Armor. I've no idea when
I'll start on them, depending on how much free time I have. 

It is funny how I'm prolonging the day when I finally have to write up the
damned Weapons and Armor section (if anybody wants to spare me the pain and
write it themselves and submitting it, I'll much appreciate it, and you'll
recieve MAJOR, MAJOR credit), not to mention the items. I've done a lot of
unique abilities for the Jobs, a better layout for the magic and finished my
blue magic section.

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I'm getting more and more obsessed with Bleach every time I watch it. It's
freaking awesome! I recommend it to anyone who likes lots, and lots of action.

Tomorrow I'm going to my holiday house in Wilson's Prom, and I've also decided
to take a break on this for the duration of the week. Still email me, but 
don't expect a reply for another week at least. I'm having my birthday there
as well!

Just so you know, I had my birthday yesterday. That's right. Even if you don't
believe me, my birthday's on the 24th of December. Christmas Eve! A present
today and a present the next day. Good cake too, it was a Tropical Delight
with fruit and coconut. 

I'm back! That was fun...oh well, there's still next year. I'll start the
unfinished sections soon enough, as soon as I get my motivation back...which
might be a while because, I don't know how, but I suddenly got back into Fire
Emblem.

Getting ready for a new year anyone? A new year brings another school year for
me. I'm a year closer to that day when I can finally waltz out of school and
never return for good.

Happy New Year to all! "A year passes in a flash..." lol, this year actually
passed quite slowly for me, don't know why but it just did.

I've started school again...which means that any emails that are sent from now
on will take some time to get a reply, or even read. So don't fret if I don't
reply in a couple of days, or weeks. The only time I have is the weekend, and
even then, I'm on a tight schedule...

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My next walkthrough...most likely on Final Fantasy VI Advance (yeah, the
FF Advance games on GBA have got me addicted.) It hasn't come out yet, but
once it does, I'll start work on it.

Anyways, I just hoped you enjoyed my third walkthrough on Final Fantasy V
Advance. If you have any suggestions, queries, or practically anything to do
with the FAQ/Walkthrough, please don't hesitate to email me at:
dark_gta201@hotmail.com
People who have read my other guides and contributed sort of know that I have
a habit of turning lazy after some time of finishing the guide, and stop
replying to emails. I'll try not to this time, but you can easily avoid this
by being one of the first people to email me!

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