Cheap way to start the game

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  • #13818

    MSG Commander
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    Because sometimes you just gotta be OP:

    If you’re playing Premium, spend the 300 points total to unlock all 3 cauldrons. Then take a decent weapon for Rick, and do 3 full upgrades. (I only did two, cause I’d already wasted the first one on Yamato.)

    Rick is a total tank; most enemies only do 1 damage even on hard mode. So with a weapon that has an extra +50-60 ATK from the cauldron, you can just about Auto every battle and not even care if the other 2 members die, because Rick will always win! 😈

    P.S. You can also add more slots to his weapon so he can equip 4 crystals if you want to.

    EDIT: I forgot to add, buy 1 storehouse key so you can enter the storehouse in the first town. That’ll get you the Well-Maintained Fur that makes Rick so indestructible!

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    #13825

    CoarseDragon
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    Caldrons only work for currently equipped weapon important to remember that.

    #15335

    MSG Commander
    Keymaster

    Update:

    So last night I finally finished the game. I stuck to my strategy of always upgrading Rick’s weapon first, and I gave him the best physical attack skills I had available (which was usually some version of Ka-Boom and Sink Punch.)

    In retrospect, I have to say that I do not recommend this approach. It made Rick too over-powered – to the point that every Boss battle (until the very last one) was extremely disappointing.

    Also, because Rick had such a high attack that I knew he could handle just about any enemy, I never bothered to mess around with the different crystals (because, well, I didn’t really need to.)

    So, it was kind of cool to have Rick start out really OP – but ultimately, I think it kinda ruined the game for me. 🙁

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    Islandi
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    Update: So last night I finally finished the game. I stuck to my strategy of always upgrading Rick’s weapon first, and I gave him the best physical attack skills I had available (which was usually some version of Ka-Boom and Sink Punch.) In retrospect, I have to say that I do not recommend this approach. It made Rick too over-powered – to the point that every Boss battle (until the very last one) was extremely disappointing. Also, because Rick had such a high attack that I knew he could handle just about any enemy, I never bothered to mess around with the different crystals (because, well, I didn’t really need to.) So, it was kind of cool to have Rick start out really OP – but ultimately, I think it kinda ruined the game for me. ?

     

    Not only Rick, actually everyone can, when equipped with these 3. crystals:

    1. Lv 1 Elemental Bkn Crl (Normal attack damage x5)

    2. Lv 1 Elemental Bkn Crl (Normal attack hits all)

    3. Lv 4 Shock Attack Crl (At the start of battle, act immediately)

     

    I was playing around equipping crystals in 2-slotted weapons and found that we can equip crystals of the same element. The above combination is possible. Everyone can be OP with these 3 crystals and enhanced weapons (cauldron + transmigrate).

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    #15350

    1oldtymer
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    I agree. When I first fought the final boss, I was underpowered and didn’t have the noble weapons. It was a tough but exciting battle. I then leveled up a bit, fought again, again a tough but slightly easier battle. Enjoyable. Later, when recovering from an illness, I had time and I maxed out characters, pushed the noble weapons to great heights, got smarter about the crystals, and laid waste to the boss. He only got 3 turns (actually, after that I got some crystals from the Tower of Crystals and sliced him down to where he only got 2 turns). But those overpowered battles were just a waste of time and were no fun. A self-imposed handicap works better to try to make battles touch and go, but winnable, not a walkover. Moral of the story: don’t get sick and have too much time on your hands:)

    Older, but not wiser

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