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Wild Emotion

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    Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remastered
    Ok, so, I've decided to start a new game of Final Fantasy X before playing X-2. Luckily there's YouTube if I get stuck at all, but since I've got the official HD Remastered strategy guide I might not need to rely on YouTube. Right now I've progressed to the point of the Al Bhed ship that Tidus helps in exchange for a place to stay after Sin transported him to the middle of nowhere. Or seemingly the middle of nowhere at first. I've never actually beaten X or X-2, so I'm hoping to cross that off my bucket list. Tragic story though. I still need to see the end, and I've forgotten a lot of it. That's why I'm restarting it. I'll keep posting my progress as I go trough the story though. Funny thing is I've got 99 Potions already. You just dive until you reach the next screen (underwater above the chain) then swim back up the chain and go back to the ship and the Al Bhed that gives you 3 Potions will give you 3 more. It's probably a glitch, but it'll save a lot of Gil if I just do it that way.
    Right now I'm trying to unlock the Warrior and Slayer Overdrive Modes for Rikku and Tidus, getting Blitz Ace for Tidus, and the sphere levels along the way won't hurt.
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    So, with my birthday coming up, I plan on getting Crisis Core when my day gets here, so since I've got Advent Children and the original Final Fantasy VII on my Switch, I figured I'd give it a run through to remember the story. I seem to remember Sephiroth was in a cocoon of materia in the northern crater... so, that begs the question: who was it that Cloud was following all that time? I think it was the headless remnant of Jenova, taking the form of Sephiroth after coming into contact with Cloud. Because, even as strong as Sephiroth was, even he couldn't be in 2 places at once... right? I hope I'm right. I can't play the remake or I'll be sentencing my PS4 to breaking down (it's really old). I wonder if I'm right, but I'll know more after I re-play the game. I'll give regular updates about it, so be sure to follow along and if you have any insight, please feel free to give your input. Just please don't ask me to play the Remake, because I can't. Well, here I go!
    Right now I'm trying to get all of Aeris' Limit Breaks up to Level 3 by running around the area just before the playground in front of the gate to Sector 7. I've already got Tifa's, Barret's, and Cloud's, now I just need to play catch-up with Aeris. I do have up to her Level 2 Limit Breaks though.
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    FFVIII Remastered
    Ok, so, a good spot to farm AP is on the beaches of Balamb for Fastitocalon-F monsters which always appear in groups of 2 for a whopping total of 6 AP per fight. With the Card ability (best used after whacking a monster a few times) you won't need to worry about beefing up your party too early. It's a great way to learn GF Abilities relatively quick, but there's still a deal of grinding that has to be done using this method. If you get too many cards, just Refine them into Water Crystals, then sell Fish Fins and Water Crystals at the Balamb shop to make room and to get some Gil early on.
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    FotNS: Lost Paradise
    There's kind of a secret, but you can find it in the secret techniques list. Still, you'd have to read through a lot so I'll just mention it here. In the Abilities chart there's an option to invest in a function of holding down the circle button in order to inflict various states of shock in enemies, depending on how long you hold it. You have to unlock them though through leveling up. You can send a giant enemy into Tremor Shock instead of Kneel Chance. After doing this (holding circle until Kenshiro flashes bright the maximum number of times, I think 3 or 4) press circle and it'll be a Secret Technique exclusive to putting gigantic enemies in Tremor state this way. You can't do it any other way. Again though, you have to level up and purchase this ability in the Abilities chart. Still, it's an explosive Secret Technique that's worth seeing. Fun game, eh?
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