How important is class leveling?

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User Info: ploodie

ploodie
2 years ago#41
hahaha - hysterical.

I wonder if there is an official diagnosis for people who enjoy attracting negative attention from online chat boards.
Oh God, it's me!

User Info: VeghEsther

VeghEsther
2 years ago#42
I also gained most of my gold/money in game that isn't from 100% luck (slots/poker) only from all that job class leveling since its easier just to exp/job level farm for 100% changes to win gold then it is to rely on luck via the casino's.

That and yes I also couldn't beat the 4 bandits south of Dharma Temple Present AFTER unlocking the jobs at level 12 Gabo, level 13 to 14 (Hero/Maribel) without being at least level 24.


By then I actually unlocked the Godhand job by all 3 party members and beat that boss for all 4 targets) in 2 turns and had nobody die at all during those turns.

Had I attempted the fight without job farming for like 10 to 15 hours to hit level 24 I couldn't even survive for 1 full turn without having all 3 party members being killed off instantly
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User Info: behindtheword

behindtheword
2 years ago#43
Vegh, how can you have gained money through luck in slots/poker, when you repeatedly say you've never once won anything from either slots, or poker, and prior to this point, have only won your money through killing everything in the path to Godhand?

You've gone so far as to repeat this statement about having never had any luck with slots or poker, in any Dragon Quest game, at any point, whenever I, or anyone else, suggests it, on any DQ board that you've played and actively post in, where Slots and Poker are available in-game.

Whatever the case in the past, if you keep repeating this, you'll start to give worthwhile advice more often than not. I certainly hope you recall this non-existent detail in your life, but present in just about everyone else experience.
FAQ status - DW3 GBC (97%), DQ4 DS (10%), DQ4 solo DS (60%), DQ5 DS (20%), DQ6 DS (85%), DQ7 3DS (10%), FF4 DS (47%)

User Info: StarryKnights

StarryKnights
2 years ago#44
No one responds to me comparing FFV to Cthulhu, but Vegh...everyone responds to Vegh...

Vegh's reality shifts constantly. It's always within a certain range, of course, because there's only so many realities to adhere to while also adhering to the rules his worldview has.
"A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory." ~ Leonard Nimoy

User Info: behindtheword

behindtheword
2 years ago#45
StarryKnights posted...
No one responds to me comparing FFV to Cthulhu, but Vegh...everyone responds to Vegh...

Vegh's reality shifts constantly. It's always within a certain range, of course, because there's only so many realities to adhere to while also adhering to the rules his worldview has.


OH, I will, I just have to run and only have a short window of time to dilly dally on the computer. My apologies if my unintentional discourtesy hurt your feelings.
FAQ status - DW3 GBC (97%), DQ4 DS (10%), DQ4 solo DS (60%), DQ5 DS (20%), DQ6 DS (85%), DQ7 3DS (10%), FF4 DS (47%)

User Info: StarryKnights

StarryKnights
2 years ago#46
No, it's okay. I only have feelings occasionally.
"A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory." ~ Leonard Nimoy

User Info: VeghEsther

VeghEsther
2 years ago#47
In this case I only attempted to play slots/poker around the time Dharma is first accessible since to win a few of those boss fights pre job changes I had to buy 2x magic robes (1000 casino tokens).

Its just that winning those tokens still took me 2 + hours of real time NOT in game time to easily win that amount of tokens + enough to sell like 50 of those Tuxedo's worth 1100 gold per one being sold.

Only AFTER job class changes are accessible I never really touched the casino's again in DW 7 save for buying 4x Metal King Helms + 1 ? shard (Coastal casino) since those are the best helms in game and the shard itself is required for 1 of the 2 post game bonus dungeons.

But it could still took me +5 hours in Real time not in game time to get the 200,000+ tokens just to buy the 4x helms that's why Most not ALL of my gold is from mastering all human jobs + hybrid skills + learning Mega Magic on 1 party member + mastering Platking on a party member that isn't the Mega Magic using one.

So yes most of my gold I gained over 1 million by the end game is from mastering all human jobs x5 party members, then I mastered all the combo skills like Sword Dance THEN powered up 1 party member to learn Mega Magic (Rosevine job) then powered up 1 party member to mastered Platking (via the 110 tiny medals collected to master that job.

I did the same with DQ 6 DS version bought 4x Dragon Shields/Platinum helms pre job class changes then never touched its Casino's for the rest of the game
.

So yes I only bothered with Slots/Poker in DQ6 and 7 pre job class changes not post job class changes and end of DW7 Gold Slimes = between 3000 and 9000 gold per fight (when those do show up) and is still faster to try to farm those (at random) until you have millions of gold to spend even if you never spend it then still trying to play slots/poker to make the same amount of gold (after buying the Metal King Helms/? shard or even Sacred Armors that cost 20,000 tokens each.)

Once you have all the above done for JOB leveling all you need is 3x Ultra hit users with the 4th user being a Guardian every turn mastered Platking its 99.9% possible to be totally unkillable for the final boss + 2x post game bonus dungeon bosses.

User Info: StarryKnights

StarryKnights
2 years ago#48
Acknowledge me, Vegh. Tell me I exist, that I have meaning.
"A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory." ~ Leonard Nimoy

User Info: ploodie

ploodie
2 years ago#49
Why the H does he spoil-shade everything he writes?
Oh God, it's me!

User Info: VeghEsther

VeghEsther
2 years ago#50
Because I wrote WHEN in game story line wise I did all that grinding so without spoil shading those posts the mods would most likely delete those posts of mine.
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