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  • #37195
    LemmyTheLenny
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    @3beez Can you please get a screenshot of the “Spin” skill description? I’ll take that to Kemco’s Facebook and see if they can help out.

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    #37196
    1oldtymer
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    Here is the skill after it is “activated.” (Skater Egg)

    I still have a hunch, as I posted before, that I got it when everybody was defending of “auto” and many (many) cycles of action would occur.

     

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    #37208
    LemmyTheLenny
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    I can’t do anything with that pic sadly.

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    #37209
    3beez
    Participant

    I’ve been doing another playthrough, and had no luck with spin until the battle arena at Petalus. I was a pretty high level (300 ish) and had forgotten to do Gold & Kuma. So, I did a quick run through and at some point got 2/15 for the spin passive. Of course, I wasn’t paying close attention…just auto-ing. However, I think I saw a couple of characters get knocked backwards…not facing the rear…knocked back from the vanguard to mid guard or rear guard. I’ve been trying ever since to recreate this, but no joy. Does anyone recall another place where a knock-back skill was used by a lot by enemies? I hope that it’s not 15 knock-backs in 1 battle because that would be a real pain to get at higher levels.

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    #37210
    1oldtymer
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    Your experience confirms my thoughts, as I’ve posted.  I didn’t “d”‘ anything, but had long-running auto  “defense” (sometimes for several minutes if the spawned golem is the healer) at a few different locations.  Resistances, etc. went up, and “spin” along the way.

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    #37323
    Rina Cascade
    Participant

    I apologize for asking too much but can you guys please help me with this:

     

    Leila – Foul Tea post-game location

     

    Gruff – Herculean Strength post-game location

    Gruff – Give it one’s all skill?

    Gruff – 9 of them skill?

    Gruff – 1,000 times skill?

    #37324
    3beez
    Participant

    I don’t know about Leila’s ‘Foul Tea’. I only got it to Lv. 9.

    I think I stumbled upon the last NPC for Gruff’s ‘Herculean Strength’ in one of the ruined towns. I remember he was between two houses, but I’m not sure exactly which ruin it was.

    Again, not sure…but ‘Give it one’s all’ skill might be the one you get when you have all characters using the ‘Onslaught’ tactic.

    For ‘9 of them,’ wait until you have a battle with 9 enemies, and have Gruff use an “All” skill such as  ‘Starfall’ to kill all 9 at the same time.

    ‘1,000 times’ is probably having Gruff use physical skills 1000 times. The skill you get is ‘God of War’ and the description is “A unique skill learned by one more versed in physical skills than anyone.”

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    #37931
    SpoilerSpree
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    I found the “spin” / “skater egg” requirement, you need to change front member 15x

    Leila – Foul Tea
    Petalus (in 6 oclock building and man beside school)
    Stohl Inn

    post
    Allegria, below the spot you summon Leila / fight Bannon summon
    Magma Sea 1st map, 12 o clock
    Subquest 19

    Gruff – Herculean Strength
    In front Stohl storehouse

    post
    Liniya Town, 7 o clock – a ghost and a boulder
    Lugre Dungeon (cell where you get jailed)
    Subquest 20

    The rest is acquired as story progress including all 10 Mia Basin’s

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    #37966
    3beez
    Participant

    Thanks, @spoilerspree! I’d never have even tried to switch the leader that many times. 😎

     

    EDIT: I  loaded my save file and tried it. Being the dummy I am, it took several minutes to figure out how to do it. It doesn’t seem to work by using the menu…moving the star to a new character or even by changing the formation. It does work when I was in a town or dungeon by simply tapping the lead character to change to the next character in line. And surprise, surprise, the characters actually “spin” when tapped. D’oh! How did we not figure this out? :facepalm:

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