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Well, Yunalesca is usually the hardest of the story bosses to beat imo (or maybe Seymour sometimes), so you should probably be fine. Even if you go to Sin, you can still go back if you find out the monsters are too hard.

One of the easier powerboosts you can get is getting some of the stronger Aeons such as Anima or the Magus Sisters. Some of the ultimate weapons actually aren't that difficult to get either.

Oh, it would also be great if Yuna has learned holy, really a great help.



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Jalocin said:
If you don't feel like leveling up like crazy to defeat the Dark Aeons you can just use Yojimbo. Make him use his "one strike, one kill" move on them (beleive it's half your money +1 to get the best chance of getting that move). If you don't have Yojimbo, he can be found in the cave in the area between The Calm Lands and Mt. Gagazet.


That is called cheating, and I am not convinced about that money equation, there is certainly some chance to it



Take the game disc out, throw it away.

Terribly overrated game.



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Munkeh111 said:
Jalocin said:
If you don't feel like leveling up like crazy to defeat the Dark Aeons you can just use Yojimbo. Make him use his "one strike, one kill" move on them (beleive it's half your money +1 to get the best chance of getting that move). If you don't have Yojimbo, he can be found in the cave in the area between The Calm Lands and Mt. Gagazet.


That is called cheating, and I am not convinced about that money equation, there is certainly some chance to it


Full equation can be found here: http://www.gamefaqs.com/ps2/197344-final-fantasy-x/faqs/24392

 

But math aside, if you give him 5m +, he will probably do Zanmato on all monsters.



Nanaki said:
Munkeh111 said:
Jalocin said:
If you don't feel like leveling up like crazy to defeat the Dark Aeons you can just use Yojimbo. Make him use his "one strike, one kill" move on them (beleive it's half your money +1 to get the best chance of getting that move). If you don't have Yojimbo, he can be found in the cave in the area between The Calm Lands and Mt. Gagazet.


That is called cheating, and I am not convinced about that money equation, there is certainly some chance to it


Full equation can be found here: http://www.gamefaqs.com/ps2/197344-final-fantasy-x/faqs/24392

 

But math aside, if you give him 5m +, he will probably do Zanmato on all monsters.

Still cheating! And if you know what to do, Pennance is really easy, he just takes a while, though I think using Tidus, Wakka and Rikku helps (attack reels + final mix and tidus cause he generally going to be the highest ranked character you have anyway)



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Munkeh111 said:

Still cheating! And if you know what to do, Pennance is really easy, he just takes a while, though I think using Tidus, Wakka and Rikku helps (attack reels + final mix and tidus cause he generally going to be the highest ranked character you have anyway)

 

Like I said in last post, defeating super-bosses in normal way is better. I don't use Zanmato myself, but if someone wants to use, it's his problem.

This post was about mechanic of Yojimbo.



Jalocin said:
Well, Yunalesca is usually the hardest of the story bosses to beat imo (or maybe Seymour sometimes), so you should probably be fine. Even if you go to Sin, you can still go back if you find out the monsters are too hard.

One of the easier powerboosts you can get is getting some of the stronger Aeons such as Anima or the Magus Sisters. Some of the ultimate weapons actually aren't that difficult to get either.

Oh, it would also be great if Yuna has learned holy, really a great help.

Lulu is a few Sphere Grid points away from learning holy...

And I found Yunalesca very hard, it's just the Aeon spamming saved me.



Lord_Yggdrassil said:
Take the game disc out, throw it away.

Terribly overrated game.

I do feel it's over-rated, especially considering how much hate FFXIII gets and how similar the two games are.

It's still a great game though, I'm especting lots from the story.



Another update.

Tidus has 21 strength...

Wakka / Auron have around 40 strength.

Lulu / Yuna have around 50 magic.



brendude13 said:
Another update.

Tidus has 21 strength...

Wakka / Auron have around 40 strength.

Lulu / Yuna have around 50 magic.

... I've just killed Yunalesca like a few hours ago, and my strength of my characters was:

Tidus: 54 STR

Wakka: 53 STR

Auron: 62 STR

Kimahri: 42 STR

Rikku: 38 STR

And then my casters magic:

Yuna: 68

Lulu: 72

 

Seriously, I don't get how your stats can be so low, especially if you're this far in the game and have been levelling up... o.O