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    Final Fantasy VII: Chocobo zucht

    Ich spiel das game eigentlich auf pc aber da es ursprünglich konsolengame ist poste ichs hier, weil ich da einen höheren Anteil kompetenter Antworten erwarte:

    Problem: ich will natürlich das Goldene Chocobo haben. Ich habe eine Sehr gute faq gefunden (.) aber wollte zur verständlickeit nochmal nachfragen:
    Ich habe zwei gelbe von unterschiedlichem Geschlecht, Klasse C. ein Grünes habe ich auch, folgerichtig brauche ich jetzt ein blaues um das nächstbeste züchten zu können. Soweit alles klar. Nur leider hab ich immer wieder reset gemacht und die beiden Gelben gepaart um irgendwann ein blaues zu bekommen - Fehlanzeige. Klappt einfach nicht, fast immer ein gelbes, ganz selten ein grünes.
    Was mache ich falsch? Muss ich die jetzt füttern, und wenn ja am besten mit was? Oder muss ich an Chocobo Rennen teilnehmen, um die Klassen der beiden gelben(C) zu erhöhen, sodass die ein Blaues ausbrüten? Oder beides?
    Danke im voraus, der sbsm


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    die müssen die die klasse a oder noch besser die klasse s haben damit es funktioniert.

    zuerst fängst du jeweils einen tollen männlichen und einen tollen weiblichen auf der mideel insel und in der nähe von gold saucer. gib dennen 10x syklysgemüse und trainiere die dann in GS auf klase s. paare dann den aus GS mit dem aus mideel mit einer karobnuß und dann den aus mideel mit dem aus GS auch mit der karobnuß. dann solltest du einen grünnen und einen blauen haben. musst dann das ganze halt solange machen bis du einen m und einen w hast. diese fütterst du wieder mit 10x syklisgemüse und bis klasse s trainieren. die zwei dann mit der karobnuß paaren es gibt dann einen schwarzen. den wieder 10 mal füttern und auf klasse s bringen. ann fange einen gelben chocobo in der eiszapfenregion (10x nuß und klasse s ist wohl klar ). den schwarzen dann mit dem aus der eiszapfenregion paaren aber diesmal mit einer zeyonuß. das sollte dann einen goldenen chocobo ergeben.

    und alle chocobos die du fängst sollten toll oder gut sein, alle anderen eignen sich nicht zur paarung.

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    * |J@p@NKl@N| Entertainment Strategy Guides - Final Fantasy VII : Raising Chocobos - v1.1*
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    Copyright notice at the end of the document.
    This document is completely original. Information in this document has been found trough the Final
    Fantasy VII game (PC US version) [and a huge 6-days long Chocobo hunting session].

    Version History:

    * Reported the possibility of having more than 1 special chocobo of each type on the PC version.
    (thanks to Francisco Moraes)
    * Fixed some formatting
    * Fixed Section 8 wrong information about Cactuers
    * Fixed Section 9 wrong number of wins required to get promoted to a new chocobo class

    Index

    1. Where to find Chocobos
    2. Where to find Chocobo Sage
    3. Preparatory steps before breeding the special Chocobos
    4. How to Obtain the River (Blue) Chocobo
    5. How to Obtain the Mountain (Green) Chocobo
    6. How to Obtain the River-Mountain (Black) Chocobo
    7. How to Obtain the Ocean (Gold) Chocobo
    8. What to do with the Gold Chocobo
    9. Chocobo Racing
    10. How to get the Chocobuckle Enemy Skill


    1. Where to find Chocobos

    Chocobos can be found in 7 different areas of the World Map. These areas are marked with Chocobo
    tracks. To actually meet Chocobos in combat, you need the Chocobo Lure Materia.

    *?* Where is Chocobo Lure Materia?
    *-* You can find Chocobo Lure Materia at the Chocobo Ranch, just east of Kalm and Midgar. You can
    purchase it for 2000 gil, or (much better, since you will not be needing chocobo hunting until
    disc 3) you can wait to reach disc 2 or 3 and find one for free near the now empty Chocobo fence.

    In every area, Chocobos come with a variety monsters, however the chocobo/monster combinations are
    fixed, and are useful for determining beforehand what kind of Chocobo you are fighting. The
    Chocobo type is discovered either by noting which monster came with the Chocobo or by Moving
    Chocobos from the fence to the stables in the Chocobo Ranch.

    *?* What should I do at Chocobo Ranch?
    *-* To get the Gold Chocobo, you will need as much as 4 stables (for a mere 10000 gil each). Rent
    them from the guy in the western building of the Chocobo Ranch.
    When you have Chocobos, you will also have to Feed, Ride and Mate them. All this option are
    available trough Choco Billy in the Chocobo Stables (eastern building of the ranch). We will
    explain feeding and mating later.
    When you encounter Chocobos, you have to kill all the monsters that come with them in a very
    short time, WITHOUT attacking the Chocobo. If you want to buy some more time, buy some greens
    (the cheapest ones, Gyashkl, are just perfect) from Choco Billy and use them on the Chocobo you
    encounter. The Chocobo will start eating the greens, giving you some more time to catch it.

    *?* When should I start hunting Chocobos?
    *-* My personal suggestion is to wait the third CD, until the Northern Cave Dungeon becomes
    available. Before that time, you don't have probably enough chance of getting the vast amounts
    of gil needed to breed champion-class Chocobos.

    These are the 7 areas where you can find Chocobos and the comment that Choco Billy will give you
    about them:

    Area 1 : Chocobo Ranch Area
    Description : The Chocobos you find here are pretty weak and useless. The only reason to encounter
    Chocobos here is that they are the only Chocobos that use Chocobuckle. Refer to section 10 on how
    to get Chocobuckle Enemy Skill attack.

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    2 Mandragora "This one doesn't seem very good" Poor
    1 Mandragora & 1 Levikron as above Poor
    2 Levikron "I really can't raccomend this one" Weak
    2 Elfadunk as above Weak

    Area 2 : Junon Area
    Description : Completely useless. The Chocobos you find here are not good at anything.

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    2 Capparwire (front-view) "This one doesn't seem very good" Poor
    2 Nerosuferoth as above Poor
    3 Capparwire "Mmmm, this one's not bad" Fair
    2 Capparwire (side-view) as above Fair

    Area 3 : Gold Saucer Area
    Description : One of the components for the River and Mountain Chocobo comes from this Area,
    so watch closely

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    1 Harpy "This is a pretty average Chocobo" Average
    2 Flapbeats as above Average
    2 Spencer "Mmmm, this seems like a good Chocobo" Good

    Area 4 : Rocket Town Area
    Description : useless. You can find the same Chocobo you need for the River and Mountain Chocobo
    in Mideel, where you also gain more EXP and AP.

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    1 Velcher Task & 1 Kyuvilduns "This Chocobo's so-so" Mediocre
    2 Velcher Task as above Mediocre
    2 Valron "This is a great Chocobo" Great
    2 Kyuvilduns as above Great

    Area 5 : Wutai Area
    Description : Completely useless. You might want to control Razor Weeds to gain the Magic Hammer
    Enemy Skill, but this doesn't concern Chocobo hunting

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    3 Tail Vault "This is a pretty average Chocobo" Average
    2 Tail Vault (front-view) as above Average
    2 Tail Vault (side-view) "Mmmm, this one's not bad" Fair
    3 Razor Weeds as above Fair

    Area 6 : Mideel Area
    Description : One of the components for the River and Mountain Chocobo comes from this Area, so
    watch closely

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    3 Headhunters "Mmmm, this one's not bad" Fair
    2 Headhunters as above Fair
    1 Spiral "This is a great Chocobo" Great
    2 Spirals as above Great

    Area 7 : Icicle Area
    Description : It's the only area where you can hope to find the components for the Gold Chocobo...

    Monsters with the Chocobo Choco Billy Comment Quality
    2 Bandersnatch "I really can't recommend this one" Weak
    1 Bandersnatch & 1 Jumping as above Weak
    1 Jumping "This... is a wonderful Chocobo!" Wonderful
    2 Jumping as above Wonderful

    Now that we know where to find what, let's start the stressing path to the Gold Chocobo...

    2. Where to find Chocobo Sage

    Chocobo Sage can be found only if you have airship Highwind (or the Gold Chocobo, of course ).
    He lives in a small house just a bit north of Bone Village (the place with the archeologists). He
    is the only one that sells Sylkis Greens, the best type of green, but he is otherwise pretty
    useless since he will always forget what he was saying (it's faster reading this guide, than
    going around into the world, get back to the Sage, running around some more, get back to the Sage,
    ... you got the idea).
    Get ready to buy loads of Sylkis greens from him (don't use Sylkis to catch chocobos! Throw them
    those cheap Gyashkl ones!).
    BTW, the Green Chocobo that lives in the Chocobo Sage house will give you an Enemy Skill Materia
    if you "talk" to it (at that point of the game, i found that materia a bit useless).

    3. Preparatory steps before breeding the special Chocobos

    Make certain you have:
    * rent 4 stables at the Chocobo Ranch
    * 3 Carob Nuts
    * 1 Zeio Nut
    * at LEAST 50 Syklis Greens (yes, that's 250.000 gil flying away)

    *?* Where to find the Carob Nut? No one sells them!
    *-* There are two ways to find Carob Nuts:
    1) you can win it for a mere 300 GP in the Golden Saucer Wonder Square (DISC 2 or 3 only). It's
    the first prize marked as ?????. I don't know if you can win more than one, so you might have to
    use also way 2).
    2) Equip the Steal Materia (quite easy to find troughout the game) and go to Bone Village with
    the Highwind. Do you see those small islands just south of Bone Village? They are 3, one is
    incredibly small, another is long and another one is almost square. Land on the square one (it's
    about 10 x 12 "paces", it has no sand on it and is covered half with pale grass and half with
    dark grass) and start running around. Here you can find pesky squirrel like creatures (not even
    a match, they are ridiculous at any stage of the game) or the mighty Vladorakos. Well, the
    Vladorakos has your Carob Nuts, so steal from him. After beating it the first time, run around
    some more time and get 3 of those Carob Nuts. You won't need more.

    NOTE : Vladorakos has something like 40000 hp, but has ridiculous attacks, so don't worry, just
    hack him away.

    *?* Where to find the Zeio Nut? No one sells them!
    *-* This is extra-easy, much easier and quicker than the Carob Nut affair. Fly with the Highwind
    to the northeastern group of islands (just head straight east from Bone Village). One of them is
    covered with a forest. Land there and run around the forest until you encounter Goblins. Steal
    from them and you will get the Zeio Nut. Another thing you can get from the Goblins is the very
    useful Goblin Punch Enemy Skill that deals non-elemental damage (and deals a LOT of damage if
    you are fighting a creature that has the same level as you currently have) and costs ZERO MP!
    (yes Zero).

    *?* I don't have a lot of money, what should I do?
    *-* You might win the GIL Up Materia for a hard 1000 GP at the Golden Saucer Wonder Square. The
    best way to win it is keeping going and exiting the Golden Saucer and hoping for the GP smuggler
    to pass by. When you arrive at the Golden Saucer Ropeway Station (on the Saucer, not at Corel),
    there will be the hostess and the chocobo-suited animator. However, from time to time there will
    be a guy near the save point, the GP smuggler, who will convert up to 10000 gil in 100 GP. Keep
    doing this and you will reach the GIL Up Materia. To make this efficient, it's better if you make
    some winning at the Chocobo Square Bookmaker's Office, gaining GPs instead of useless items
    (except for Megalixirs, perhaps). Don't worry about winning, since you will earn a lot of items
    in your Gold Chocobo jockey life (much later, though...).

    4. How to Obtain the River (Blue) Chocobo

    This one is really easy, as the Mountain. Reach the Golden Saucer Area, and catch a Good Quality
    Chocobo (2 Spencer). Then reach Mideel Area and get a Great Quality Chocobo (1 or 2 Spiral). You
    could also get the Chocobo near Rocket Town, but in Mideel you get more EXP and AP. In order to
    get the River Chocobo, you need a MALE Great Chocobo from Mideel and a FEMALE Good Chocobo from
    Golden Saucer. Mate them with the Carob Nut and you will receive the Blue River Chocobo. After
    breeding, release the parents of the River Chocobo, you will not be needing them again.

    *** UNIVERSAL TRICK FOR CUTTING TIME *** When you catch a Chocobo and send it to the Stables, its
    sex has not yet been determined. Chocobo sex is determined when you move Chocobos from the fence
    to the stables (so, in Chocobo Ranch). Always save just before entering Chocobo Ranch! This way,
    if you mess up with Chocobo sexes, you can reset and restart.

    [NOTE FOR PC USERS: If you have FF7 for the PC and have installed DirectX 6.x, you might find that
    if you quit from FF7 and then relaunch it, FF7 halts and freezes the system. To overcome this
    problem, just enter a fight and cast Ultima on your own party. In less than 30 seconds you will
    be asked to load a game, removing the need to quit from FF7 ).]

    5. How to Obtain the Mountain (Green) Chocobo

    This one is also really easy. Reach the Golden Saucer Area, and catch a Good Quality Chocobo (2
    Spencer). Then reach Mideel and get a Great Quality Chocobo (1 or 2 Spiral). In order to get the
    Mountain Chocobo, you need a FEMALE Great Chocobo from Mideel and a MALE Good Chocobo from Golden
    Saucer. Mate them with the Carob Nut and you wil receive the Green Mountain Chocobo. Again,
    release the parents of the Chocobo, you don't need them.

    *** MAKE SURE YOUR MOUNTAIN CHOCOBO IS OF THE OPPOSITE SEX OF YOUR RIVER CHOCOBO!!! ****
    [Note for PC Users: It is confirmed that you CAN have more than one type of special chocobo at a
    time, for example 2 mountain and 1 river or any combination. It *seems* (not confirmed yet) it
    just becomes harder to get special chocobos you already have.]

    6. How to Obtain the River-Mountain (Black) Chocobo

    This needs some more time than the Mountain and River Chocobos. Feed your Blue and Green Chocobos
    with Sylkis Greens until their stats stop growing (if the only effect of a feeding is "They are
    getting along better" it means that that Chocobo has reached its limit). This might require
    somehitng like 15 Sylkis greens each. It's better to give them large amounts of Sylkis, instead
    of giving them one by one.
    After the feeding, go to the Gold Saucer Chocobo Square. There, on the Staff Room door, there will
    be Ester waiting for you (she's the one that makes you run on the Chococos when you are thrown
    into the Golden Saucer jail in the desert). Ask her to register a Chocobo for the next race and
    keep racing until your blue and green chocobos are class A (or, much better, S). Refer to Section
    9 for Chocobo Jockey tips.
    When your Chocobos are both at least class A, get back to Chocobo ranch and mate them with the
    Carob Nut, a nice Black River-Mountain Chocobo will be born. You will obtain the Gold Chocobo
    shortly, so don't even ride out with this.
    As before, release the parents of the black chocobo, you will not needing them any more.

    **** NOTE ***** If you reach A class with all your chocobos in a VERY short time, when you get
    back to the Chocobo Stables, Choco Billy will say that he can't mate freshly born Chocobos. If
    this happens, do something else for a while (i.e. running some more at the Gold Saucer (in the A
    Class you can win nice prizes, or stock on GP for getting that GIL UP Materia or the EXP UP
    Materia for 2000 gp in Wonder Square) or entering the Battle Arena). After some time has passed,
    you will be able to mate your 2 chocobos and obtain the black Chocobo.

    7. How to Obtain the Ocean (Gold) Chocobo

    This is quicker than the Black Chocobo. Feed the Black Chocobo with as much Sylkis as you can,
    until his stats are at maximum (again, if you get only "They are getting along better" after a
    feeding, it means that the Chocobo is at its maximum), then make it run at the Golden Saucer and
    reach at least class A (at this point, reaching class S should be easy enough). After reaching
    class A, go to the Icicle Area and hunt a Wonderful (1 or 2 Jumping) Chocobo of the opposite sex
    of your Black Chocobo. Feed it with as much Sylkis as you can afford (at this point you might
    have spent something like 400.000 gil) or, much better, to its limit, and make it run at the
    Golden Saucer, reaching class S. Save before Mating these two Chocobos, because the chance of
    getting the Gold are lower than the others (I think that if you do things the right way, the
    chance for getting River and Mountain Chocobos are something like 100%). Mate the Black Chocobo
    and your Wonderful Chocobo with a Zeio Nut and you will finally gain a Gold Chocobo (if you spent
    a lot on Sylkis, it should be some kind of monster with a top speed around 190-200 and stamina
    around 1500)!!!.

    It might take around 4 hours to get the Gold Chocobo. Many people say that it's needed much more
    because they do not know that the Quality of a Chocobo is linked to the monsters it comes with.

    8. What to do with the Gold Chocobo

    You can do a lot of nice things, which are:

    * Reach the Circular Mountain Range with the Waterfall in it, put Vincent Valentine in your party,
    enter the cavern behind the Waterfall and get his Limit 4 Manual (CHAOS) and his Ultimate Weapon
    (Death Sentence). If they doesn't appear immediately, just pass by again later.
    * Reach the uncharted island at the far Northeast of the map to get the legendary Knight of the
    Round Summoning Materia, the most damaging materia of the game (with a 255 Magic pg, it does
    around 90.000 damage) and the only way to beat the Weapons without dying of age
    * Reach the cavern on a peninsula near Wutai and get the Mime Materia (that is NEEDED if you want
    to have a hope of beating Ruby Weapon or Emerald Weapon)
    * Reach the cavern on a peninsula near Mideel and get the Quadra Magic Materia
    * Reach an island south of Cosmo Canyon (keep going south) where you can find the Cactuer, an
    ominous creature immune to everything except Poison, Ultima and KoTR (might be hit by something
    else, don't remember). You can morph it for Tetra-Elemental.
    * Reach the Cave in the desert, near North Corel where you can find the (IMHO useless) HP<->MP
    Replace Materia.
    * Reach the Old Forest, in the forest just uphill near Cosmo Canyon where you can find, along with
    other goods, the Slice All Materia that makes the Battle Arena the easier job of your life [You
    can reach the old forest also by beating Ultimate Weapon, that will destroy the mountain that
    blocks the passage to the area].

    9. Chocobo Racing

    Chocobo Racing is really enjoyable. If you followed the suggestions written here, you will gain
    Chocobos with incredibly high stats and always win!

    Some miscellanous tips:
    * IF in Automatic mode you see that the Chocobo sprints immediately (wings set up, and Chocobo
    icon showing a grim face) after the start, switch immediately to manual (unless you want to lose)
    and just keep pressed (not pressing, pressed) the Speed Up button (not the Sprint/Turbo one).
    * It takes 3 or 4 wins to get promoted to a new class.
    * When you reach class S, if you win 10 times you will be proclamed "Best Jockey ever since Joe"
    and you will be given 1 of every item you can win by racing in class S!!!! (Watch out for the
    Cat's bell, an accessory that makes you regen HP while you walk! [the concept is the same as the
    Tintinabar of Final Fantasy III])
    * Unless they are offering Megalixirs or X-Potions (useful in the Battle Arena), always get GPs,
    so you can afford the Experience UP and GIL Up Materia in Wonder Square.
    * When you have the Gold Chocobo, you will win even against Chocobos much faster than you. My Gold
    Chocobo (POWER) has a top speed of 157 and beats without problems (and without using Turbo) even
    180 fast Chocobos.
    * From time to time, rarely in class B, often in class A, and almost always in class S, TEIOH will
    appear in the race. TEIOH is a guy with a Black Chocobo (he will "pump" it from time to time, so
    don't get dizzy if in the blink of an eye he races with a 190 fast, 1800 stamina Black Chocobo).
    He is the only jockey to be ware of, since the others play really lame (they almost always start
    with turbo depleting their stamina). Anyway, your Gold Chocobo should be more than able to beat
    TEIOH hard (telling the truth, i beat him repetedly with my Wondeful Chocobo).
    * Never use the Turbo command, unless you are in a neck-to-neck fight near the goal. If you are
    far from the goal (suggestion: always pick the SHORT track) just let them pass. The jockeys are so
    lame they will deplete their stamina, getting out of the way real soon. If all the others pass by,
    you might be too slow: also in this case Turbo is useless, since you will deplete your stamina just
    to catch them (and in that case your chocobo will start walking, while the others keep running).

    10. How to get the Chocobuckle Enemy Skill

    This is kinda tricky. Go to the Chocobo Ranch and buy 2 Mimmet Greens (1 is for the Chocobuckle,
    the other is for the Chocobo in Mideel, if you haven't visited it yet [yes, the white chocobo
    that "doesn't like humans that don't seem to give him greens", You can get near him and obtain a
    very precious Contain Materia if you have Mimmet Greens with you]. Get out of the ranch and equip
    some Chocobo Lure Materia. Run around near the Chocobo Ranch and you will encounter a Chocobo.
    Throw a Mimmet Green to the Chocobo and then perform a L4 Suicide Attack (you must have it on your
    Enemy Skill Materia, you can learn it from the squirrels found near Chocobo Ranch [don't remember
    their name, sorry]) on the Chocobo. It will get crazy and perform the Chocobuckle Enemy Skill.
    Chocobuckle is a non-elemental attack that does as much damage as the times you escaped from a
    battle (I don't understand why it does 29 damage when I cast it... I NEVER escaped a battle in
    the whole game!). You can know how many times you escaped by talking to the old man sleeping in
    a cave near Nibelheim (not sure, sorry). You can reach that cave with Highwind or your Gold
    Chocobo.

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    UPDATE: FETT! Habs mal ausprobiert während ich auf Mad TV warte, und grade hats geklappt, und sogar gleich das korrekte Geschlecht. Aber man wird irgendwann ein bisschen wahnsinnig wenn man das zu lange macht, das ganze hin und hergerenne, alter wie stressig. Hab schon wieder verghessen was in der eiogtl. Story los is
    will gar nicht wissen wie lange das dauert bis man die Punkte für den letzten Limitangriff zusammenhat, das wird meine nächste Aufgabe wenn ich den goldenen hab :o

    Hmm danke. Irgendwie offenbart jede faq andre Details. Ich dachte mit den Eltern von dem grünen Chocobo kann ich auch meinen blauen züchten, aber in maniacs c&p wird ja was andres behauptet:

    5. How to Obtain the Mountain (Green) Chocobo
    5. How to Obtain the Mountain (Green) Chocobo

    [...] you need a FEMALE Great Chocobo from Mideel and a MALE Good Chocobo from Golden
    Saucer.
    4. How to Obtain the River (Blue) Chocobo
    [...] you need a MALE Great Chocobo from Mideel and a FEMALE Good Chocobo from
    Golden Saucer. Mate them with the Carob Nut and you will receive the Blue River Chocobo.
    das hab ich natprlich erst gelesen nachdem ich die beiden gelben auf Klasse A gebracht hab. Gnarf

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    Original geschrieben von somebodyshootme
    das hab ich natprlich erst gelesen nachdem ich die beiden gelben auf Klasse A gebracht hab. Gnarf
    meine schwester hatte ihren ersten goldenen chocobo nach ~120 stunden :>
    ich hab mir nie die mühe gemacht ^^
    "So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was hurricane."

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    ehrlich? beimir gings nach dem holprigen anfang ganz fix, hab ihn heut bekommen. nur leider bringt mir die tolle ritter der runde substanz auch nix gegen die emerald weapon

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    Original geschrieben von somebodyshootme
    nur leider bringt mir die tolle ritter der runde substanz auch nix gegen die emerald weapon
    gegen emerald gibts nen lustigen bug
    limit + nachahmen da kann man irgendwie emerald irgendwie in 5 minuten kleinkriegen :>
    "So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was hurricane."

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    Original geschrieben von jacen
    gegen emerald gibts nen lustigen bug
    limit + nachahmen da kann man irgendwie emerald irgendwie in 5 minuten kleinkriegen :>
    Bei Emerald is das Problem dass diese eine Attacke 1.111 HP mal der Materia die man equipped hat schaden macht. Habs dann geschafft mit Ritter der Runde+Hp absorb und dann immer nachahmen, wobei ich 2 aus meiner party vorher gekillt hab weil ich nur eine Nachahmen hatte, dann gings. Ruby Weapon war schon noch ein ganzes Stück härter, aber im Prinzip die gleiche geschichte mit 2 Leuten(weil gelbe Master Materia auch Mime kann).

    War aber gut enttäuscht als ich dann mit der gleichen Taktik innen Endkampf reingegangen bin und der dann Ratzfatz vorbei war, viel zu easy.
    wenigstens hab ichs jetz endlich durch. sind FF8 und 9 genauso geil?

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    Original geschrieben von somebodyshootme
    War aber gut enttäuscht als ich dann mit der gleichen Taktik innen Endkampf reingegangen bin und der dann Ratzfatz vorbei war, viel zu easy.
    dann versuch das game mal unter 30 stunden durchzuspielen .. da wirds dann haarig :P
    Original geschrieben von somebodyshootme
    wenigstens hab ichs jetz endlich durch. sind FF8 und 9 genauso geil?
    imho ist der 8er müll
    der 9er ist wieder sehr okay.
    etwas leichter noch als der 7er, aber auch da gibts 2 mobs (der richter? und ultima weapon?) die schön zäh sind.
    "So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was hurricane."

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    Bei FF9 wäre mir kein Mob bekannt der gefährlich ist.
    Die merkwürdigen Knuffels da auf sonem abgetrennten Inselchen sind da ja noch heftiger als der Endgegner.

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    Gibt aber keine PC version von dem 9. oder? hab keine gefunden jedenfalls.
    naja werd mal FF8 zocken und sehen was bei rumkommt. Kumpel meinte jedenfalls es ist das beste FF.

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    Emerald Weapon=RDR über 2fach Aufruf und dann nachahmen und langweileine:/

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    Original geschrieben von Chris|MD
    Bei FF9 wäre mir kein Mob bekannt der gefährlich ist.
    Die merkwürdigen Knuffels da auf sonem abgetrennten Inselchen sind da ja noch heftiger als der Endgegner.
    Doch in dem Spiel gibts einen. Das ist eine bunte Kugel, die auf einer schwebenden Insel ist. Ich googel gerade schon, wenn ich was finde, editier ich hier Namen + Bild

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    "Chocobo's Air Garden

    A treasure hunt location hidden in the clouds that changes alternately between five places, it can only be found by following clues from the Chocograph. To enter it, the Chocobo must be fed a Dead Pepper. It is also the location of the hardest boss in Final Fantasy IX, Ozma."

    From the Gutter to the Stage

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    Genau, in der PAL Version von FF9 heißt der übrigens Yadis

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    ist der richter in ff9 nicht auch ganz gut hart?
    kann mich nicht mehr erinnern und es dauert leider noch bis der psp -> ps1 emulator von sony kommt
    "So I walked back to my room and collapsed on the bottom bunk, thinking that if people were rain, I was drizzle and she was hurricane."

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    Der Richter ist ein Gegner in FFX, und Yojinbo hatte den mit einem Hieb platt gemacht...ich konnte da nichts für :/



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