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Ogre Battle 64 - Person of Lordly Caliber
A Training Guide by jukester
Version 1.0
Email: jukester29@gmail.com
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. A Brief Explanation of How Training Works
3. Class Identifiers
4. Training!
5. Other Stuff!
  A. Training Quirks
  B. FAQs
6. Version Updates
7. Legal Stuff
8. Credits
9. Conclusion

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1. An Introduction...

Ogre Battle 64 is a game that changed my life when I was 13 years old and 
received it for Christmas back in 2000. This game, even at almost ten years 
old, still retains an aura that very few other games have, a charisma that 
keeps me coming back for more. This is my first submission to GameFAQs of any 
kind; it's only fitting that it's for the game that brought me to GameFAQs in 
the first place. Hope this minor guide on training can help you as CyricZ's 
FAQ helped me when I was younger. 

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2. A Brief Explanation of How Training Works...

When you're on the World Map in Ogre Battle 64, you have the options of going
to the Organize Screen (aka the AWESOME screen), viewing the Hugo Report 
(don't forget that it's there!), exploring the area (if you've already played 
it), training (that's what this guide's about!), changing your settings 
(they're pretty useful), and saving (essential). This guide is about that 
fourth option: training. 

Basically, what training does for you is it provides you with a unit to fight 
against for experience. It costs money to fight, but your units do not die 
for good if they die in training. The units you train against are at the same 
level as the highest level character in your unit. That's a mouthful. 
Basically, if you have a unit that has a leader who is level 7, but everyone 
else is level 6, the enemy unit will be entirely level 7. It has its pros and 
cons. But for that reason, and several others, I keep everyone in my units 
at the same level and experience. Training battles continue until either side 
has completely perished. You'll notice that when the battle would normally 
end, there's a brief pause, then it starts right back up again. More quirks 
about training are in the "Other Stuff!" section.

I said before that it costs money to pay for training. As you'll see, the 
amount it costs to train varies from unit to unit, and from unit to unit 
</mystery>. What this means is that the higher the level of YOUR unit, the 
more it will cost to train. Also, the better the unit makeup of the training 
unit, the more it'll cost. At least most of the time. There's a certain 
unknown logic to how it precisely works, but if you see that it costs a lot 
to train, then the enemy is probably pretty strong. That's a good way to 
guess. But this guide is here so you don't have to. 

Each area has five different units you can fight in training. They go in a 
cycle. Unit 1 is followed by Unit 2, which is followed by Unit 3, and so on 
up to Unit 5, which is followed by Unit 1 again. Between battles, it's 
sometimes difficult to remember where you left off in your training, but with 
this FAQ, you can easily remember where you were. Just do a test run and see 
what unit comes up and you'll get your bearings. 

Mylesia, Mount Ithaca, and Gules Hill are special maps where Magnus's unit can 
fight a venerable dragon and a dragon-related human unit (Dragon Master or 
Dragoon) and receive three Elem Pedras. Whichever element you chose in the 
beginning of the game, the other three you didn't choose will be represented 
on those maps. I'm sure there's some sort of logic to where they're located 
depending on which you choose at the start, but that's not what this FAQ is 
about. This FAQ is about training. And pork pie hats. But mostly training.

This FAQ is organized by the order in which you can train on a map. Because 
of this, Wentinus doesn't come until much later since after Chapter 2 ends, 
you're forced out before you can train there. If you're patient, you can get 
some good training in on Azure Plains and Mount Keryoleth, though. 

While neutral encounters on maps you play on twice sometimes differ, the 
units you train against do not. Which may explain why Crenel Canyon features 
some of the toughest enemy units you'll see. Below each listing, I'll leave 
some comments about what I think about the area's units. You may or may not 
find them interesting.

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3. Class Identifiers

Sld- Soldiers

Ftr- Fighter
Knt- Knight
Bsk- Berserker
Fen- Fencer
Phx- Phalanx
BsT- Beast Tamer
DlM- Doll Master
Nin- Ninja
Wiz- Wizard
Pal- Paladin
Drg- Dragoon
BlK- Black Knight
SwM- Sword Master
Ctp- Cataphract
BsM- Beast Master
Enc- Enchanter
NnM- Ninja Master
Amg- Archmage
CnM- Centurion (Male)

Amz- Amazon
Acr- Archer
DgT- Dragon Tamer
Vlk- Valkyrie
Wit- Witch
Sor- Sorceress
Cle- Cleric
Dia- Diana
DgM- Dragon Master
Fre- Freya
Sir- Siren
Pri- Priest
Prn- Princess
CnF- Centurion (Female)

ZmM- Zombie (Male)
ZmF- Zombie (Female)
Ske- Skeleton
Ghs- Ghost
Lic- Lich
Vmp- Vampire
AnK- Angel Knight
Ser- Seraph

Hwk- Hawkman
Vul- Vultan
Rav- Raven
Fae- Faerie
Grm- Gremlin
Pmk- Pumpkinhead

YnD- Young Dragon
ThD- Thunder Dragon
RdD- Red Dragon
EaD- Earth Dragon
BuD- Blue Dragon
PlD- Platinum Dragon
BaD- Black Dragon
Qtz- Quetzalcoatl
Flb- Flarebrass
AhD- Ahzi Dahaka
Hyd- Hydra
Bah- Bahamut
Tia- Tiamat

Wyr- Wyrm
Wyv- Wyvern
Grf- Griffin
Opi- Opinincus
Coc- Cockatrice
Spx- Sphinx
Hll- Hellhound
Crb- Cerberus

Glm- Golem
SGm- Stone Golem
BGm- Baldr Golem 
     (and background music >_>)

Gob- Goblin
Ogr- Ogre
Sat- Saturos
Gor- Gorgon

I apologize if these are a little overwhelming or confusing. Anyway, onto 
the units! 

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4. Training!

The following is the raw data for this guide. It's pretty dense. Just CTRL+F 
to find what area you want. Or whatever you want. It's all good, yo.

Alba

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- Bsk ---  --- --- Amz  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---
Sld --- Sld  --- Amz ---  --- Wiz ---  Sld Wit Sld  --- Knt ---
--- --- ---  Cle --- ---  Ftr --- Ftr  --- --- ---  Ftr --- Ftr

~Alba's got the most basic units you can fight. Never any more than three 
characters per unit. If you need the bare minimum exp to get by, this is 
probably the place to go. Despite it being so weak, I train here quite a 
bit since I'm picky about having all my units level up at the same time.



Tenne Plains

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- DlM ---  --- Knt Bsk  --- DgT ---  --- Vlk ---  --- BsT ---
--- --- ---  Acr --- ---  Nin --- ---  --- --- Amz  --- --- ---
Sld Sld Sld  --- --- ---  --- Nin ---  Amz --- ---  Sld --- Ftr

~This place ain't much better than Alba. You're going into some dangerous 
territory with that Doll Master unit. Three soldier groups! Oh my!



Volmus Mine

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- --- ---  --- Vlk ---  --- --- Glm  --- Fae ---  --- --- ---
Wiz --- ---  --- --- Grm  --- --- ---  Fae Acr ---  --- --- Bsk
--- --- YnD  Nin --- ---  --- Vlk ---  --- --- ---  Glm --- ---

~The introduction of some large characters and demi-humans. Luckily, the 
units are still poorly formatted, at least half the time, so no need to worry. 



Crenel Canyon

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Hwk --- ---  --- Rav Rav  Hwk --- Vul  --- --- ---  Wit --- ---
--- Fen ---  DgM --- ---  --- SwM Vul  Wit BsT Wit  --- --- ---
Hwk --- Hwk  Rav --- Rav  --- --- Hwk  --- --- BsT  --- Hll ---

~Dear god. If you were to train on each area thus far, you'd assume that 
this, the next area after Volmus Mine, would be only slightly more difficult. 
But no. You're fighting against some top-tier enemies here! The Sword Master 
and Raven units in particular are nasty. Especially since you don't have 
area-effect combo magic at this point. Honestly, stay away from Crenel Canyon 
until late Chapter 2 unless you're careful.



Mylesia

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Wiz --- Wyr  --- --- ---  --- Vlk ---  --- Cle ---  --- --- ---
--- --- ---  --- Grm Hwk  Vlk --- ---  --- --- Fae  --- Grm Hwk
--- --- Hwk  --- DgT ---  --- Knt Knt  Wyr --- ---  --- DgT ---

~The enemy units are wising up! These units are all pretty well formatted, 
no random Berserkers sitting in the back row or Wizards cherry picking in the 
front. I just wonder how lazy the designers must've been to put two of the 
same unit on the same area. Don't let that confuse you.



Zenobian Border

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- Knt ---  --- Knt Bsk  Grf --- ---  --- --- Hll  --- DlM ---
--- --- ---  Acr --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---
--- YnD ---  --- --- ---  --- Knt ---  Bsk --- ---  Sld Sld Sld

~Ahh, back to some dumb-looking units. Aside from the Griffin unit, these are 
all pretty simple. 



Gunther Piedmont

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- Sld ---  --- --- Sor  BuD --- BsT  --- Knt ---  --- --- Glm
Sld --- Sld  --- Vlk ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  Cle --- ---
--- Phx ---  Vlk --- Vlk  --- --- ---  Grf --- Ftr  --- --- Glm

~Ouch. That Sorceress unit can pack a punch sometimes. And the Golem unit 
might be a little frustrating without the right elemental attacks like non-
Earth spells or elemental weapons. The worst is when your Wizard is casting 
Acid Vapor at a Golem doing maybe 10 damage. Whee.



Dardunnelles, the Crossroads

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Sor --- ---  --- Wiz ---  --- Grm Grm  --- ZmM ---  --- --- BaD
Wiz Sor ---  Ghs --- Ske  --- Hwk ---  ZmF --- ZmM  DlM --- ---
--- Wiz ---  --- --- ---  --- --- Phx  --- DlM ZmF  --- --- ---

~Some undead units are introduced here. Also, the first five-person unit that 
isn't in Crenel Canyon. Also, more Gremlins. It's tough to fight when your 
back row guys keep falling asleep.



The Highland of Soathon

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- --- Sor  --- PlD ---  Acr --- Acr  --- Knt Bsk  --- --- Pmk
--- Vlk ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  Acr --- ---  --- Wit ---
Vlk --- Vlk  Vlk --- Vlk  --- Hll ---  --- --- ---  Ftr --- Pmk

~Ahh, chapter 2. Some of the same old, same old... some of the ouchie ouchie 
pumpkin smashy. Luckily, that Pumpkinhead unit only has a wimpy Fighter to do 
auxilliary damage. But nonetheless, watch out.



Sable Lowlands

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- NnM ---  --- --- ---  --- Ghs ---  --- BsT ---  --- --- Wiz
Fen Nin ---  BsT --- BsT  --- --- Ghs  BsT --- BsT  --- Grm Wiz
Fen --- Fen  DlM BlK DlM  Ghs Bsk ---  --- BsM BsT  Grm --- ---

~Now this is just mean. Some powerful units show up in Sable Lowlands. The 
infamous Black Knight/Doll Master/Beast Tamer unit appears. Is it infamous? 
At least to me, it's infamous. Just think about. Soon it will be for you too. 
You'll be like "aww, man, that dude was right, this unit IS infamous." Yeah.



Audvera Heights

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Enc --- ---  --- Vlk Vlk  Grm --- Coc  Wyr --- ---  PlD --- Fae
--- --- ---  Knt --- Knt  --- --- ---  --- --- Acr  --- --- ---
Gol --- SGm  --- Pal ---  Wit Grm ---  RdD --- ---  --- Sor ---

~Cockatrice!?! Here?!?! Oh man. Watch your ass, Magnus. You might as well 
just go to another area to train for Unit 3; that Cockatrice is too much of 
a pain for training here to be worth it. But everything else is what you 
should be expecting by now from these Chapter 2 areas. Tough cookies.



Mount Ithaca

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Amg --- ---  --- Grf ---  Cle --- ---  Cle Pri ---  Fae --- ---
--- Wiz Sor  --- --- ---  --- Sld ---  Knt --- Cle  --- Hwk ---
Wiz Sor ---  Hwk Vul Hwk  Fae --- Sld  --- Knt ---  --- Vul Hwk

~Nothing too special about this place other than the Elem Pedra you'll be 
picking up. 



Mount Keryoleth

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Fre Fre ---  Acr Acr ---  --- --- DrM  --- Wit ---  --- Grm ---
--- --- Fre  --- --- ---  BaD --- ---  --- --- Gob  --- --- Grm
Vlk --- Vlk  Phx Ctp Phx  --- --- ThD  Gob Gob Pmk  Coc --- Rav

~More Pumpkinhead, more Cockatrice. Luckily, both are in the front row of 
their units where they do the least amount of damage. Nonetheless, the 
Pumpkinhead is flanked with Goblins eager to slice 'n' dice ya, and the 
Cockatrice is still quick as hell and will probably dodge most of your 
attacks as will its cohorts, the Raven and brothers Gremlin.



Azure Plains

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
EaD --- ThD  Wyr --- ---  Dia --- Acr  Hwk Hwk ---  Enc --- ---
--- --- ---  --- --- Acr  Acr Knt ---  --- --- Hwk  --- --- ---
--- DrM ---  RdD --- ---  --- --- Knt  DlM Enc ---  Glm --- SGm

~Unit 3 is probably the only one that might cause some havoc on your guys. 
But hey, at least this route doesn't have Cockatrice and Pumpkinheads. Yucky. 
And that's Chapter 2. Unfortunately, Wentinus isn't playable for training in 
Chapter 2. Oh well. Only have to wait for the other half of the game to end 
for it!



Gules Hill

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- --- ---  --- BuD ---  --- ThD ---  Crb --- ---  Dia --- Acr
Sld --- Sld  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- BsM  Acr Knt ---
Sld CnM Sld  Nin --- Fen  Amz Wiz Amz  Hll --- ---  --- --- Knt

~I guess it's only fitting that the first new Chapter 3 area contains a 
Centurion unit, considering Chapter 3 is when you can first access legions. 
Aside from the Cerberus unit, nothing too new here.



Fair Heights

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Wiz Amg Wiz  --- --- DrM  AhD --- EaD  Knt BlK BlK  Fre Fre ---
--- --- Amg  Flb --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- Fre
--- Amg ---  --- --- RdD  --- --- Enc  BlK --- Knt  Vlk --- Vlk

~Oh man. Oh man oh man. That Ahzi Dahaka unit is killer. It's tougher than 
the one you fought for the Earth Elem Pedra. The unit I just sent, my powerful 
Black Knight unit, got pwned by that Ahzi Dahaka unit. Beware. Luckily, the 
Flarebrass is in a weaker position where it can't perform its Crimson Note 
against you. Lucky lucky.



Vert Plateau

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
PlD --- Bah  --- Qtz ---  Ctp Amg Ctp  Fre Enc Fre  Hyd --- ---
--- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- Fre
DrM --- ---  DrM DrM DrM  --- Tia ---  --- AhD ---  BuD --- ---

~A venerable dragon in each unit. I guess they didn't invite Flarebrass to 
this party, huh? Luckily, some of these dragons are in the front row where 
they're the least dangerous. Nonetheless, these units all pack a punch, so 
prepare yourself well.



Tremos Mountains 1

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Acr Acr ---  Wyv --- Wyv  --- BsM BsM  BaD --- Tia  --- Rav ---
--- --- ---  --- --- ---  Rav Rav ---  --- --- ---  Hwk --- Hwk
Phx Ctp Phx  --- BlK ---  --- --- Rav  --- BlK ---  --- Hwk ---

~The only thing to watch out for here is the Tiamat unit. Luckily, the slow 
Black Knight will hopefully allow you to attack first, potentially disabling 
the Tiamat with sleep or paralysis. Hell, even a power down would be helpful 
to ease the pain it will surely send you. 



Capitrium

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Crb --- ---  ZmM --- ZmM  Rav --- ---  Ghs --- Ghs  Ghs Amg ---
--- --- BsM  --- Pri ZmF  --- Rav Ghs  --- Ghs ---  --- --- Ghs
Hll --- ---  --- --- ZmF  Ghs --- Rav  --- BlK Ghs  Ske Ske ---

~I guess this place is where all the chaotic, undead units live. Anyway, since 
Ghosts really aren't that powerful and there are eight of them between these 
five units, you shouldn't have too much trouble here. The Cerberus unit is 
kinda tough, but you've seen it before.



Tremos Mountains 2

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- --- Sir  --- Hll ---  Grm Grm ---  Pri --- ---  --- Pal ---
Sir --- Sir  --- --- ---  Gob --- ---  --- --- BGm  Pal --- ---
Rav --- Rav  Flb --- BsM  Pal Gob ---  Glm --- ---  Pal --- BGm

~Man, if that Hellhound and Flarebrass switched places in their unit, it'd 
actually put up a fight. The Goblin unit is actually kinda tough because of 
the layout and makeup of enemies. But still, not very hard to beat in a few 
rounds. 



Celesis

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- AnK ---  --- Pri AnK  Pri --- ---  --- Cle Cle  Cle Pri ---
Acr Knt Acr  AnK --- AnK  --- --- BGm  --- --- ---  Knt --- Cle
--- --- Knt  --- AnK ---  Glm --- ---  Enc --- SGm  --- Knt ---

~I guess if Capitrium's the dirty city where all the bad characters go, 
Celesis is the heavenly place where all the nice people are. Angel Knights, 
Priests, and Clerics abound! Luckily, Clerics and Priests are more of an 
annoyance than a threat. Even if you're having trouble beating them, you'll 
eventually land some critical hits or something and they'll crumble. The 
Priest/Angel Knight unit is kinda tough, though. Be well-prepared for them.



Temple of Berthe

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- Pri ---  Coc --- Coc  Acr Acr ---  Hwk Hwk ---  Fre Fre ---
--- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- Hwk  --- --- Fre
Coc --- Coc  Fre --- ---  Phx Ctp Phx  DlM Enc ---  Vlk --- Vlk

~I did a check to see if the enemies here changed between the first and 
second stages of the Temple of Berthe. The answer is no. But I'll check 
this for Romulus and all the other Siege levels. Anyway, lots of Cockatrice 
here. Luckily one unit has them in the front where they're just quick and 
painful. Everything else is pretty familiar.



Romulus

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Enc Enc Enc  BlK --- Pal  --- Coc ---  Fen --- Fen  --- --- SwM
--- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- SwM ---  --- --- ---
--- BGm ---  BlK Drg Pal  Crb --- NnM  Nin --- Nin  YnD --- Opi

~Experiment was a success. Even though Romulus as a Siege level is named 
"Fort Romulus" it still has the same training units. So it doesn't make a 
difference when you train there. In any case, that Ninja Master unit is 
pretty tough. Might as well just try to avoid it if you can. And I do believe 
this is the first sighting of the Dragoon, aside from the Elem Pedra battles 
of course. I guess it's appropriate, all things considered... </mystery>. And 
what's that damn Young Dragon doing in here? Get off my lawn, you Young Dragon!



Ptia, the Secluded Land

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- Pri SwM  Cle Pri Cle  --- Wit ---  Fre Ser Fre  Fae AnK Fae
--- --- ---  AnK --- AnK  Pmk Knt Pmk  --- --- ---  --- --- ---
Flb --- SwM  --- --- ---  Knt --- ---  Pal --- Pal  AnK --- AnK

~I bet you didn't think you'd see Pumpkinheads again, didja? Yep, I'm pretty 
sure that unit model first appears in Dardunnelles II. How'd they get to be 
this late in the game? Oh yeah, that IS a Seraph unit. Watch out. It also 
costs a fortune to fight. 



The Blue Basilica

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
BlK BlK BlK  --- Knt ---  --- Pri SwM  Hyd --- ---  --- Dia ---
--- --- ---  Wiz Amg Wiz  --- --- ---  --- --- Fre  Acr --- Acr
BlK --- BlK  --- --- Knt  Flb --- SwM  BuD --- ---  Amz --- Amz

~Nothing too powerful here, just watch out for the venerable dragons as 
always. Also, take note of the bowmen unit, bow-users from the bottom up. 
Also, the entirely Black Knights party really should be in a tougher unit 
formation than how they are. But they aren't. It's stupid. Some lousy unit 
setups for this late in the game.



The Tundra of Argent

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Enc Enc Enc  Wit --- ---  PlD --- Bah  --- Qtz ---  --- --- PlD
--- --- ---  --- Sir ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  Vlk --- ---
--- BGm ---  Amg Wit Amg  DrM --- ---  DrM DrM DrM  --- Pal Vlk

~Not too bad here, just watch out for the venerable dragons as always. These 
training units are getting kinda boring and outdated aren't they? It's not 
like it's hard to make up new and formidable units to train against. Oh well.



Barpheth

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Amz --- Amz  Pmk Wit ---  --- SwM ---  --- Sir ---  NnM --- ---
--- Dia ---  --- Pmk Pmk  --- --- Pmk  Sor Pmk ---  --- Pmk SwM
Knt --- Knt  Pmk --- ---  Pmk Fre SwM  Sor Pmk ---  NnM Pmk ---

~Barpheth has a sale on Pumpkinheads. I'd like to beat one of them up and 
make a beer out of them. Yum. 



Tybell, the Wicked Land

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Rav --- ---  --- Amg Ghs  BlK --- BlK  --- DlM ---  --- --- ---
--- Rav Ghs  --- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ZmF  ZmM Bsk ZmM
Ghs --- Rav  Ske Ghs Ske  Ske BlK Ske  ZmM ZmF ZmM  Bsk BlK ---

~Sheesh, undead city here. Good thing they're all pretty weak. Fun facts, 
that Archmage has the book of bane, and the Doll Master has a strange looking 
doll. I'm not sure I even recognize it, but it looks like one that may have 
the bane element. Either way, these units are easy.



Latium

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
Knt BlK BlK  Sir Prn Sir  Sir --- Sir  Acr Acr ---  Dia --- Dia
--- --- ---  --- --- ---  --- Sor ---  --- --- ---  --- --- ---
BlK --- Knt  Pal --- Pal  --- Sir Sor  Phx Ctp Phx  Pal Ctp Pal

~You read that right. There is a Princess unit. Don't worry, in training, 
the extra attack clause doesn't apply. So she's basically just a plain ol' 
Siren for all it matters. Watch out for the Diana unit. That's one of the 
few units in training that has a really good setup. Fourteen attacks, and 
they all went for my unit leader, a beefy Black Knight, he still fell. 



Aurua Plains

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- --- Opi  --- Grm ---  Spx --- Fre  BsM --- ---  Wyv --- ---
Vul --- ---  --- --- Grm  --- --- ---  --- --- Opi  --- --- ---
--- --- Grf  Coc --- Rav  --- Spx ---  Grf --- ---  Rav --- Wyr

~I guess this is a resident beast area, every unit has a beast or two. And 
t-..wait... Sphinxes?!? WATCH OUT! OH MAN! That Sphinx in the back row can 
ruin your day. Or at least the minute it takes to have a battle. Backrow 
Sphinxes, as you may know from the Latium level, cast powerful magic. It did 
160 damage to my Diana. Ouchies... luckily, you SHOULD be able to defeat the 
unit in two turns and you'll probably go first. But... be careful. 



Wentinus

Unit 1-----  Unit 2-----  Unit 3-----  Unit 4-----  Unit 5-----
--- SwM ---  --- --- BuD  EaD --- ThD  Wyv --- ---  Vul --- Vul
SwM --- SwM  Vlk --- ---  --- --- ---  --- --- BsT  Vul Pal ---
--- Fen Fen  --- --- BuD  --- DrM ---  BsT BsM ---  Vul --- ---

~I guess they programmed the game thinking that you'd be able to train after 
Chapter 2 ends since these enemy units would fit in well there. These guys 
would've been a little more formidable then, but now, they should be pieces 
of cake. Kind of a flop for the last training area, right?

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5. Other Stuff!

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A. Training Quirks

There are a few things different in training battles than in normal battles. 
Here is a brief list of those things. 

-In training, the battles go on until one side is completely demolished. This 
means that your guys will keep fighting even when the battle should've ended. 

-If someone is hit with a critical and they are pushed back, they'll remain 
there the entire battle. So that means if you have a Paladin in the front row, 
and he is critical'd to the middle row, when the round refreshes, he'll only 
hit twice. Ruh roh! 

-Class changes do not occur in training! This is applicable mostly to your 
own units and characters. Your Hellhound will not turn into a Cerberus in 
training! But this is ALSO applicable to enemy units. Aha! If you hit a Zombie 
in training with a fire attack, it WON'T turn into a Skeleton. If you hit a 
Stone Golem with a Fire/Wind combo attack, it WON'T turn into a Baldr Golem. 
Get the picture? This is probably to your advantage. 

-No Elem Pedras allowed! Besides, it's cool to see how powerful your unit is 
without pedras since there's no risk of actually losing them. 

-If you run away in training, even if you killed a few of the enemies, you 
WILL NOT gain any experience! Normally in regular battles, you'd still gain 
at least the 1 exp you get just for fighting a battle. Not in training. Nope.

-This is hard to test and prove, but I'm pretty sure that unit morale, the 
invisible stat that Flags of Unity affect, can be improved in training. 
Sometimes, fresh units that haven't fought together before will use combo 
magic after a few training battles. Spooky stuff. 

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B. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Technically, no one's asked me anything yet. So if you have any questions 
that this guide doesn't answer or isn't clear on, shoot me an email at 
jukester29@gmail.com. 

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6. Version Updates

Version 1.0 - 9/9/2009 - The raw data's done. Anything else will just be little 
changes.

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7. Legal Stuff

This guide was made completely by me, Eric Hydeman aka jukester. 

Copyright 2009 Eric Hydeman

This guide was made for GameFAQs and as of now, it is the only site with 
permission to use it. This may be not be reproduced under any circumstances 
except for personal, private use. It may not be placed on any web site or 
otherwise distributed publicly without advance written permission. Use of 
this guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display is 
strictly prohibited, and a violation of copyright.

This is where you can find GameFAQs: www.gamefaqs.com

If for whatever reason you find this guide somewhere that ISN'T GameFAQs, 
let me know. But really, who'd do that? Gosh.

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8. Credits

I have to give a big thanks to the Ogre Battle 64 game board on GameFAQs. I 
said it before, but that board is the reason I started using GameFAQs way back 
in the day. People like asimpkins, CyricZ, and Rashidi were pretty big to me 
back then. Also, CyricZ's FAQ is pretty godly in its own right. It took me a 
while to figure out what I could add that he hasn't already covered. 

Thanks to CjayC for even creating GameFAQs in the first place and SBAllen for 
running it and putting this lil ol' guide up. 

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9. A Conclusion

Thanks for reading and using this guide. It was pretty fun to make, a sure 
sign of future guides and FAQs to come from me. I hope you find this stuff 
useful and relevant, or at least humorous as much as GameFAQs allows. 

Remember, have fun. Ogre Battle 64 is a masterpiece.