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Nom du fichier : Final Fantasy Origins - Auteur : MAN

Action-Cancel in FF2
A commonly used trick in FF2 is to perform an action, then cancel it during a battle. That makes leveling up weapon skills and magic spells very easy. For example, if you want to raise your weapon level, select Fight, select a target, then cancel the action, and do it over and over again. Magic is done in a similar manner. Select Magic, then the spell, then the target, then cancel it. Depending on the monsters being fought, the amount of times you will have to do this varies, but it could be anywhere from 50 to 100 times per level. Note that once you obtain 100 skill points for your current spell/weapon level you can no longer gain any more in that battle. Also changing the cursor settings to Memory might make leveling magic up this way easier.

Final Fantasy: View world map:
Once you have the ship, go to Matoya's Cave (somewhere near Pravoca). Talk to a broom. It will say something that appears like nonsense. However, notice that it says "Flipper over, flip flip! Elcric dna trats!" Flip the line "Elcric dna trats" and it spells: "Circle and start". Press Start + Circle and you can view a world map.

Hidden card game in FFII
If you hold the X button and press the O button 15 to 20 times while you are on the Snowcraft, you can play a card matching game.

Speed up Airship (FF2)
To make the Airship in FF2 fly faster, simply hit the O button about 15 times. It will fly twice as fast. To alternate between fast and slow afterward, just push O one time to switch.

The REAL side puzzle game
Once you get the ship, the real method (at least the only one I have found that works) is to hold down the X button and press O about 55 times or so. Many people and sites will say that you tap both buttons, but this hasn't worked for me. Once you bring up the slide puzzle game you can get money, potions, antidotes, and gold-needles... all without leaving the ship or risking your party's health.

Final Fantasy: Dragon Warrior reference:
Find the three tombs located next to the white magic shop in Elfland. The tombstone farthest to the left reads:

"Here lies Erdrick"
This is a direct reference to a character in the game Dragon Warrior.

Final Fantasy: Legend Of Zelda reference:
Find the three tombs located next to the white magic shop in Elfland. The tombstone farthest to the left reads:

"Here lies Link"

Final Fantasy: Easy experience:
Northeast of the port town of Provaka is a two space wide peninsula with enemies from the Northern Continent. They offer a lot experience and are difficult to defeat unless you are around levels 12 or 13.

Throughout the game are certain "keyed" squares that will always send you into battles, consisting of one to eight specific monsters. Many of these squares are found directly in front of treasure chests, or in rooms that have treasure chests. If you keep going over the square, you will get into a fight every time, against the same basic enemies (one or two, more or less).

Final Fantasy: Easy gil:
Acquire the ship from the pirates. Board the ship, and repeatedly press X + Circle fifty five times. A number-sliding game will appear. Complete this as fast as possible. If you finish under two minutes, you will receove 10,000 gil. Finish under four minutes for 5,000 gil, and under six minutes for 2,000 gil. Note: This feature is in the beta version of the game and may have changed in the final release.

Later in the game, the armor for the warriors are high, magic costs a lot, and you do not have much money. Use the following trick to get 486 to 1386 gil in the Western Keep. Once you obtain the Mystic Key, return to where you fought the evil elf at the Western Keep. Go the room which you need the Mystic Key to enter. There are random battles at each chest you touch once. The two chests at the top are random battles of Mummies, which cause sleep and are heavy on damage. The chest at the bottom is nothing but Wraiths; they are easier to fight for the money. Make sure you have enough Dia2 and Fire2.

Final Fantasy: Adamant location:
The location of the Adamant needed for Excalibur is in the tower in the sky -- you need the chime and the cube. Go in the tower and continue to the place with eight ways to travel. Go in the bottom left diagonal and fight the enemy that guards it. Open the treasure chest to get the Adamant.

Final Fantasy: Zeus Glove:
Go to Bahamut's cave. Once you first enter, go to the bottom left part. The Zeus Glove will appear in the items screen if you are lucky -- There is a 1/300 chance of finding it.

Final Fantasy: Easy healing:
With the correct items, you can constantly keep your party at full HP without using any MP. Find a battle with at least one weak enemy. Kill all but that one monster. Along the way, use the White Shirt for Invis2 to make your entire party invisible. Once this is accomplished, you can set your strongest attacker to use the Giant's Glove (casts Saber, and increases your attack power). Set the other three characters to use the Heal Staff, and the two Heal Helms. You can substitute any other item for the Giant's Glove, but it is recommended because it does not do any direct damage. A controller with an auto-fire feature is useful. If one is not used, you will have to keep pressing the button (when using items, holding the button will not automatically keep the cycle going).

Final Fantasy: Spell casting items:
The following is a list of items that cast spells. They are especially useful if you are using a party with little or no magic.

Gauntlet and Thor's Hammer: Bolt2
Mage's Staff: Fire2
Black Shirt: Ice2
The two Light Axes: Dia2
The Venom Blade: Poison
The Heal Staff and two Heal Helms: Heal 1
The Muddle Staff: Confuse
The Giant's Glove: Saber
The White Shirt: Invis2
The Defender: Blink

Final Fantasy: Invisible guard in castle:
In the first castle entered in the game, Castle Coneria, above Queen Jane's room is what appears to be a room with no one inside. Search around the room a bit, however, and you will realize that you can talk to someone although they are not there. After you rescue the princess, the message will change.

Final Fantasy 2: Easy HP and Strength:
Go into battle, against Imp or another easy monster. Hit yourself with two or three of your characters, and cure with the other one. Do this a few times, then kill the monster(s). You will gain HP and Strength, which is an easy way to built up a character at the start of the game.

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