Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
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Final Fantacy Tactics Advance Stratigy
Final Fantacy Tactics Advance Stratigy Well this is a stratigy that I used to beat the game. When you first statt out and you get past all of the begining, and get to your clan, take your guy, Marche, or whoever you changed his name to, and turn him into an archer. Then take your No Mou and change him into a beastmaster. The rest you can do whatever you want with, I perfer that you leave Monteblac a black mage because he is strong on magic. When you equip a bow from your stock, have your guy, Marche, master 2 moves of the bow. Then have your Beastmaster master 5 moves. After your guy has mastered 2 moves, then you can change him to a hunter, he will come in handy for what you turn your Beastmaster into. Once you have your Beastmaster master 5 moves, turn him into a white or black mage for now, you don't have any souls for the Morpher. Have your hunter master the capture move and when you capture a monster, it will go into the Monster Bank, but more importantly, you get a soul of every monster you get. Morphers use souls of animals that you capture, such as dragons and bugs. I know that they get annoying to fight, so that is where your Morpher comes in, he can do all the things that the annoying little pests can do. Once you have captured a soul, give it to your Morpher. Once he has mastered a move such as Bug, you wont need to learn both the Red and Blue Bugs, you just capture both and you have all there abilities. Once you have learned and mastered a few, and you can't get anymore because you are not too far in the game, change your Morpher to a Black or White Mage, and have the White Mage master 3 moves and the Black Mage master 5 moves, that way you can get an Alchemist. Alchemists can come in VERY handy. They can have the Alchemy Skill, the Morph power, Fight, and Item all in one. So you have the option of having him morph, or using one of his Alchemy Skills. As soon as you get a new monster, just change him back to a Morpher and have him master the move, and switch him back to an Alchemist. When you are a Morpher, you get a lot of exp for morphing and doing skills, same goes for an Alchemist. Now, you don't have to do this stratigy, but you can try it and tell me how you like it, or if you have any questions. Just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you do deside to send me an e-mail, make sure to title it Final Fantacy Tactics Advance, or FFTA. Thanks.