Glitches

  • 255-Item Duplication Glitch

    This glitch will allow you to quickly duplicate items such that you can have 255 (read as "55") of an item; due to its restrictions, it only works on hand-equipped items. Also, note that you will need the ability Throw (Ninja), as well as Steal or Mug (Thief). With the first character being a Ninja or Thief, have them be able to use Throw and Steal (or Throw and Mug). Unequip this character of whatever is in their hands; whatever is unequipped by them, or can be equipped, should then become the first (top-left) slot in the items menu. Enter a random battle where the monster(s) have items you wish to steal an infinite number of items from.

    First have the Thief/Ninja from before equip the first item in your item inventory: whether it is a weapon or shield is irrelevant. Then have the character with the Throw command throw the first item in your inventory, which should be a blank. (If the initially-thrown item cannot be Thrown, such as a shield or armor, Throw this blank twice, but otherwise only do it once.) After doing so, Steal/Mug the target of Throw to steal an item, then Throw the item (if possible). After, end the battle in any desired way. In the field, return to the inventory and you'll notice that you'll have "55" (255) next to the name of the stolen weapon, or 99 if the item was non-Throwable. As long as this item is never moved from this slot - through manual sorting or the Sort command - or other copies ever bought, you can indefinitely sell this item for massive amounts of money (although you'll be selling them one at a time). And, of course, there's also the benefit of cloning unique equipment so that multiple characters can equip the same piece.

    Contributed By: KeyBlade999.

  • Ancient Library Warping Glitch

    This glitch is able to occur when the two worlds of the game have merged after you go through Ghido's Cave and done the events in the Library of the Ancients. At the latter, if you use Teleport after all the cutscenes there are done, you'll find yourself at Ghido's Cave rather than the Library. This will allow you to travel around the world on Boko as you can now head towards Tycoon Castle. You can also skip the Pyramid of Moore sequence for the time being: while you do have to do it eventually, you are able to skip it for now and thereby further optimize your party.

    The most important benefit, however, lies in the ability to now access the Mirage Village early to buy powerful equipment, magic, and items. In addition to the Mirage Village, you can also access a number of areas early, such as the Phoenix Tower and the Sealed Castle (where you can earn three of the legendary weapons), and also regain the Black Chocobo.

    Contributed By: KeyBlade999.

  • Killing carbunle in 1 hit

    If you have a mystic knight on your party, cast Fire 3 and in the next round hit Carbuncle with it. It will not show any damage, but it will kill him.

    Contributed By: 1Gigabyteofram.

  • Kiss of Blessing Mix Bug

    The Mix "Kiss of Blessing" can be made with a Maiden's Kiss and a Holy Water, and in turn grants Image, Haste, and Berserk to the target. However, due to poor coding, the Berserk effect will be unblockable: this means it can affect anyone, even bosses, who are normally immune to Berserk. This in turn is highly abuseable because Berserk will force the afflicted foe's battle routines to simply "Attack", getting rid of any particularly annoying side-effects or highly powerful moves, and also make it easier for one to prevent damage by simply throwing up Protect.

    However, note that it is unwise to do this in the solo battle between Galuf and Exdeath. Aside from this, any boss battle is made simpler: in fact, even the final boss battle can be skipped as you will only need to kill the first form and not the second form of the boss.

    Contributed By: KeyBlade999.

  • Vampire Healing Glitch

    In this game, there is a particular Blue Magic spell known as Vampire: it is essentially a Drain spell, in which you damage the target to heal your own HP. If you use it on yourself, though, you are instantly healed to full HP.

    Contributed By: KeyBlade999.

Easter Eggs

  • Brave Sword or Chicken Knife ?

    Before venturing into the Cleft of Dimension, return to the Town of Mua.In the southwest, a door that was previously locked is now open.Through the door is a hidden path that will lead you to a man.He will offer to give you a Brave Sword or a Chicken Knife.The Brave Sword will get stronger as you win battles and the Chicken Knife as you run from battles.

    Contributed By: sabinz.

  • Free Potions in World II

    In Kelb town, enter the Inn. You'll find a man sitting on a table talk to him then sit on the chair on the LEFT (NOT in front of the man)! He'll give you some kind of wine then he'll give you an after meal gift of 8 Potions! You can repeat this to get 24 potions.

    Contributed By: Dark Locke.

  • Learn your game stats

    Take your airship slightly south of the Town of Karnak and submerge underwater. Enter the cave you see and talk to the man inside. He claims to be a psychic and will tell you how many battles you have fought, the number of enemies you've killed, your party's average experience, the percentage of the game's treasure you have collected, and the number of times you have saved your game.

    Contributed By: Not Dave.

Secrets

  • Alternate Tycoon Castle Scene

    In world one when you get the Hiryuu ( Dragon ) you have access to Tycoon Castle. If you go, there's a scene involving Leena and Faris where Leena suspects Faris may be her long lost sister, Sarisa, and Faris denies it. But, if you wait until after you get the airship it's an entirley different scene involving Leena's childhood.

    Contributed By: WeirdSwordDude.

  • Defeat Catastrophe easily

    Before the battle with Catastrophe, equip a Wall Ring on one of your characters, and cast Float on that same character. Then, go into the battle. Whenever one of your characters is Floating, Catastrophe will always use Gravity100 to ground that character. However, because that character has a Wall Ring, the attack will be reflected back at him. He will continue to use Gravity100 for the entire battle, allowing you to use any attacks you need to beat him without the fear of being killed.

    Contributed By: LinkIII_IsBack.

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