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brendude13 said:
Nanaki said:
I f I remember corretly (it's prety long time, when I played X), when I attacked Sin, I had finished main path for each character. And boss and next dungeon weren't much problem.

But I have some question: Do you play on Expert, or Normal Board? And, do you want just finish the game, or will you go even for super-bosses?

I think I selected "Expert", what's the difference?

And I just want to finish the game really and experience a few cool easter eggs.

After looking at the Sphere Grid, I noticed Tidus will need to get roughly another 20 sphere levels before he comes across another "Strength" sphere, they seem to be so rare.

 

Normal Shpere Grid has more defined roles and in normal game, you have little chances to go wrong way. In Expert Grid , you are more free, but if you don't know where to go, you could end up in problems. Well, this problem can by "solved" by some Sphere Levels, but it take time. Oh, and Normal Grid has more nodes (860 in Normal, 792 in Expert), but if you don't want to maximize stats, it doesn't matter one bit.

 

Tidus overall isn't character with much strenght, it's Auron or Wakka role. He is more for speed and cast Haste/Hastega.

 

Xen: 30k HP and 200 in stats isn't exactly much for Penance and harder Dark Aeons.



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Nanaki said:
brendude13 said:
Nanaki said:
I f I remember corretly (it's prety long time, when I played X), when I attacked Sin, I had finished main path for each character. And boss and next dungeon weren't much problem.

But I have some question: Do you play on Expert, or Normal Board? And, do you want just finish the game, or will you go even for super-bosses?

I think I selected "Expert", what's the difference?

And I just want to finish the game really and experience a few cool easter eggs.

After looking at the Sphere Grid, I noticed Tidus will need to get roughly another 20 sphere levels before he comes across another "Strength" sphere, they seem to be so rare.

 

Normal Shpere Grid has more defined roles and in normal game, you have little chances to go wrong way. In Expert Grid , you are more free, but if you don't know where to go, you could end up in problems. Well, this problem can by "solved" by some Sphere Levels, but it take time. Oh, and Normal Grid has more nodes (860 in Normal, 792 in Expert), but if you don't want to maximize stats, it doesn't matter one bit.

 

Tidus overall isn't character with much strenght, it's Auron or Wakka role. He is more for speed and cast Haste/Hastega.

 

Xen: 30k HP and 200 in stats isn't exactly much for Penance and harder Dark Aeons.

I thought you meant you died in the main story, so did he probably.

And I think I have gotten a bit lost, a strength node is nowhere in sight for Tidus, luckily I paid attention to this and put him on the right path.

Not to mention Lulu is only a few spheres away from Holy and Yuna a few spheres from Ultima! Things are looking up.



brendude13 said:
Nanaki said:
brendude13 said:
Nanaki said:
I f I remember corretly (it's prety long time, when I played X), when I attacked Sin, I had finished main path for each character. And boss and next dungeon weren't much problem.

But I have some question: Do you play on Expert, or Normal Board? And, do you want just finish the game, or will you go even for super-bosses?

I think I selected "Expert", what's the difference?

And I just want to finish the game really and experience a few cool easter eggs.

After looking at the Sphere Grid, I noticed Tidus will need to get roughly another 20 sphere levels before he comes across another "Strength" sphere, they seem to be so rare.

 

Normal Shpere Grid has more defined roles and in normal game, you have little chances to go wrong way. In Expert Grid , you are more free, but if you don't know where to go, you could end up in problems. Well, this problem can by "solved" by some Sphere Levels, but it take time. Oh, and Normal Grid has more nodes (860 in Normal, 792 in Expert), but if you don't want to maximize stats, it doesn't matter one bit.

 

Tidus overall isn't character with much strenght, it's Auron or Wakka role. He is more for speed and cast Haste/Hastega.

 

Xen: 30k HP and 200 in stats isn't exactly much for Penance and harder Dark Aeons.

I thought you meant you died in the main story, so did he probably.

And I think I have gotten a bit lost, a strength node is nowhere in sight for Tidus, luckily I paid attention to this and put him on the right path.

Not to mention Lulu is only a few spheres away from Holy and Yuna a few spheres from Ultima! Things are looking up.

 

Being killed by story bosses with 30k HP and 200 stats is pretty big achievement, they aren't that hard. Of course, there are some cheap shot like Megadeath from Yunalesca, but overall, it shouldn't be even possible. IMO it was some super-boss that kill him.

 

Ultima and Holy are pretty strong spells, if you can have them, go for it. Good move is "Attack Reels" for Wakka. I hope you play Blitzball. If you make it right, it do about 12 hits. Too bad, that's just Overdrive, so it isn't available anytime.



Nanaki said:

Being killed by story bosses with 30k HP and 200 stats is pretty big achievement, they aren't that hard. Of course, there are some cheap shot like Megadeath from Yunalesca, but overall, it shouldn't be even possible. IMO it was some super-boss that kill him.

Ultima and Holy are pretty strong spells, if you can have them, go for it. Good move is "Attack Reels" for Wakka. I hope you play Blitzball. If you make it right, it do about 12 hits. Too bad, that's just Overdrive, so it isn't available anytime.

I don't play Blitzball that much, I have to, especially if you get good stuff from it.



Xen said:
^30k and still whooped?
You lie!


I could see him getting whooped by a surprise Marlboro and Bad Breath...but other than that with 30k HP (which isn't necessary in FF X, 9999 is all you need...though I'm not sure about the optional bosses in the International version but wouldn't be surprised if 9999 is enough) and with that much strength, how could you die in the Omega Dungeon lol.




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Soriku said:

I could see him getting whooped by a surprise Marlboro and Bad Breath...but other than that with 30k HP (which isn't necessary in FF X, 9999 is all you need...though I'm not sure about the optional bosses in the International version but wouldn't be surprised if 9999 is enough) and with that much strength, how could you die in the Omega Dungeon lol.

Dark Bahamut hit 99,999 on every single one of my characters before I was even able to have my turn :P



Soriku said:
Xen said:
^30k and still whooped?
You lie!


I could see him getting whooped by a surprise Marlboro and Bad Breath...but other than that with 30k HP (which isn't necessary in FF X, 9999 is all you need...though I'm not sure about the optional bosses in the International version but wouldn't be surprised if 9999 is enough) and with that much strength, how could you die in the Omega Dungeon lol.

Marlboro only means he will whoop his own ass, grasshoppa! (anyone who can manage break HP limit should manage ribbon or at least confuseproof :P )

9999 is not enough, though. From experience, since getting a set of break hp limits is a bitch.

@Nanaki: Well, he said monsters, no optional bosses!



Soriku said:
Xen said:
^30k and still whooped?
You lie!


I could see him getting whooped by a surprise Marlboro and Bad Breath...but other than that with 30k HP (which isn't necessary in FF X, 9999 is all you need...though I'm not sure about the optional bosses in the International version but wouldn't be surprised if 9999 is enough) and with that much strength, how could you die in the Omega Dungeon lol.


I made minced meat of the mobs in Omega Dungeon, I was referring to the OP going in there with his current roster.

30k HP and getting murdered is no problem with the strongest custom monsters at the Calm Lands Monster Arena, some of them will counter-attack all three characters for massive damage (truly massive damage) each and every time you hit them and my evasion and luck simply wasn't high enough. At around 160-170 game hours I was still a ways off to beat the strongest monsters without resorting to Yojimbo.



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Wii U: 15 million. PS4: 54 million. One: 30 million. 3DS: 64.8 million. PSVita: 15.2 million.

Mummelmann said:


I made minced meat of the mobs in Omega Dungeon, I was referring to the OP going in there with his current roster.

30k HP and getting murdered is no problem with the strongest custom monsters at the Calm Lands Monster Arena, some of them will counter-attack all three characters for massive damage (truly massive damage) each and every time you hit them and my evasion and luck simply wasn't high enough. At around 160-170 game hours I was still a ways off to beat the strongest monsters without resorting to Yojimbo.


Usually when you hit a wall like that with the Monster Arena monsters, you just exploit the AP tricks with the Cactuar/Tonberry bosses in the arena and take them down easily (because there's no other way besides Yojimbo I guess) :P In vanilla FF X I beat all the bosses in around 93 hours with Tidus/Yuna/Auron. No need for over 9999 HP either. Accessories with Auto-Protect, Auto-Pheonix Down, Auto-Haste are awesome. The spell that auto revives party members when they die is also kinda broken.

Too bad the International version wasn't released in NA. Would've liked to try the Dark summons and Penance :x




Soriku said:
Mummelmann said:


I made minced meat of the mobs in Omega Dungeon, I was referring to the OP going in there with his current roster.

30k HP and getting murdered is no problem with the strongest custom monsters at the Calm Lands Monster Arena, some of them will counter-attack all three characters for massive damage (truly massive damage) each and every time you hit them and my evasion and luck simply wasn't high enough. At around 160-170 game hours I was still a ways off to beat the strongest monsters without resorting to Yojimbo.


Usually when you hit a wall like that with the Monster Arena monsters, you just exploit the AP tricks with the Cactuar/Tonberry bosses in the arena and take them down easily (because there's no other way besides Yojimbo I guess) :P In vanilla FF X I beat all the bosses in around 93 hours with Tidus/Yuna/Auron. No need for over 9999 HP either. Accessories with Auto-Protect, Auto-Pheonix Down, Auto-Haste are awesome. The spell that auto revives party members when they die is also kinda broken.

Too bad the International version wasn't released in NA. Would've liked to try the Dark summons and Penance :x

Yeah, I used the Cactuar King trick for leveling up, the real pain is getting the spheres!

My ex had a roster of characters with 255 all stats save for luck, which was around 115-120, she massacred dark aeons without Yojimbo and I think she bested the toughest custom monsters as well. She had well over 200 hours game time though.



End of 2016 hardware sales:

Wii U: 15 million. PS4: 54 million. One: 30 million. 3DS: 64.8 million. PSVita: 15.2 million.