History VideoGame / FinalFantasyRecordKeeper

15th Jun '18 6:04:11 AM DrakeClawfang
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* AbsurdlyHighLevelCap: A rare aversion for the series. The standard level cap is only 50 and you can reach it fairly easily, at which point you can use Memory Crystals to raise the cap to 65, 80, and finally 99. As of the Japanese version of the game in 2018, ''all'' 100+ characters can finally be leveled up to lv99. Even free-to-play players have had an excess of time and resources to reach this cap.

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* AbsurdlyHighLevelCap: A rare aversion for the series. The standard level cap is only 50 and you can reach it fairly easily, at which point you can use Memory Crystals to raise the cap to 65, 80, and finally 99. As of the Japanese version of the game in 2018, ''all'' 100+ characters can finally be leveled up to lv99. Even free-to-play players have had an excess of time and resources to reach this cap.cap, and the game will still be plenty challenging at this point.
14th Jun '18 10:30:45 PM HeroicJay
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* '''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV IV series]]:''' Cecil Harvey (Dark Knight), Cecil Harvey (Paladin), Kain Highwind, Rydia, Rosa Joanna Farrell, Edward Chris von Muir, Yang Fang Leiden, Palom, Porom, Tellah, Edge Geraldine, Fusoya, Golbez, Cid Pollendina, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears Ceodore Harvey]], Rubicante, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears Ursula]], ''Barbariccia''

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* '''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV IV series]]:''' Cecil Harvey (Dark Knight), Cecil Harvey (Paladin), Kain Highwind, Rydia, Rosa Joanna Farrell, Edward Chris von Muir, Yang Fang Leiden, Palom, Porom, Tellah, Edge Geraldine, Fusoya, Golbez, Cid Pollendina, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears Ceodore Harvey]], Rubicante, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyIVTheAfterYears Ursula]], ''Barbariccia''Barbariccia
13th Jun '18 10:19:28 PM ZeroDozer
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** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'''s "Pagoda Tower", which covers Yuffie's sidequest for her best Limit Break, tops the X-ATM fight and has you fight ''five bosses in a row''.
11th Jun '18 5:44:57 PM Darkaros
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* TemporaryOnlineContent: Missed an event that ran for about a week? Too bad.

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* TemporaryOnlineContent: Missed an event that ran for about a week? Too bad. Very rarely has limited-time content ever returned -- in the Global version (and not in the Japanese version at all), as of 2018, there has only been ''two'' rerun events ("Renewal Dungeons") that unleash a pack of old dungeons again for newer players to complete. And even these events do not include the oldest events, ever, nor special events like Festivals.
11th Jun '18 4:55:38 PM Pinokio
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* TemporaryOnlineContent: Missed an event that ran for about a week? Too bad.
7th Jun '18 2:40:22 AM AnotherGamer
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** Most Legend Materia Relics feel innately less useful than Soul Breaks by default, especially if you have no [=SBs=] for that character to begin with, and only some specific types of them are desired after, mostly the ones that let the character start the battle with En-element or give them a chance to dualcast their most used ability school or element, but by far the worst Legend Materia Relic in the game so goes belongs to Fran. It gives her a 30% chance to interrupt enemies with her Support abilities if she has a bow equiped, which is ridiculously underpowered for a number of reasons: it requires a specific weapon type, a specific ability school, the chance for it to trigger is far too low to be useful, anything it might be useful on is invariably immune to its effect, all damaging Support-type abilities are Breaks, which have been phased out in exchange for more effective Dance abilities that don't last as long and spamming said Breaks every turn generally isn't what you want to be doing with your Support characters nowadays anyway as they're generally used more as way to generate SB gauge for other characters.

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** Most Legend Materia Relics feel innately less useful than Soul Breaks by default, especially if you have no [=SBs=] for that character to begin with, and only some specific types of them are desired after, mostly the ones that let the character start the battle with En-element or give them a chance to dualcast their most used ability school or element, but by far the worst Legend Materia Relic in the game so goes far belongs to Fran. It gives her a 30% chance to interrupt enemies with her Support abilities if she has a bow equiped, which is ridiculously underpowered for a number of reasons: it requires a specific weapon type, a specific ability school, the chance for it to trigger is far too low to be useful, anything it might be useful on is invariably immune to its effect, all damaging Support-type abilities are Breaks, which have been phased out in exchange for more effective Dance abilities that don't last as long and spamming said Breaks every turn generally isn't what you want to be doing with your Support characters nowadays anyway as they're generally used more as way to generate SB gauge for other characters.
7th Jun '18 2:39:41 AM AnotherGamer
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** Most Legend Materia Relics feel innately less useful than Soul Breaks by default, especially if you have no SBs for that character to begin with, and only some specific types of them are desired after, mostly the ones that let the character start the battle with En-element or give them a chance to dualcast their most used ability school or element, but by far the worst Legend Materia Relic in the game so goes belongs to Fran. It gives her a 30% chance to interrupt enemies with her Support abilities if she has a bow equiped, which is ridiculously underpowered for a number of reasons: it requires a specific weapon type, a specific ability school, the chance for it to trigger is far too low to be useful, anything it might be useful on is invariably immune to its effect, all damaging Support-type abilities are Breaks, which have been phased out in exchange for more effective Dance abilities that don't last as long and spamming said Breaks every turn generally isn't what you want to be doing with your Support characters nowadays anyway as they're generally used more as way to generate SB gauge for other characters.

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** Most Legend Materia Relics feel innately less useful than Soul Breaks by default, especially if you have no SBs [=SBs=] for that character to begin with, and only some specific types of them are desired after, mostly the ones that let the character start the battle with En-element or give them a chance to dualcast their most used ability school or element, but by far the worst Legend Materia Relic in the game so goes belongs to Fran. It gives her a 30% chance to interrupt enemies with her Support abilities if she has a bow equiped, which is ridiculously underpowered for a number of reasons: it requires a specific weapon type, a specific ability school, the chance for it to trigger is far too low to be useful, anything it might be useful on is invariably immune to its effect, all damaging Support-type abilities are Breaks, which have been phased out in exchange for more effective Dance abilities that don't last as long and spamming said Breaks every turn generally isn't what you want to be doing with your Support characters nowadays anyway as they're generally used more as way to generate SB gauge for other characters.
7th Jun '18 2:39:02 AM AnotherGamer
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** Most Legend Materia Relics feel innately less useful than Soul Breaks by default, especially if you have no SBs for that character to begin with, and only some specific types of them are desired after, mostly the ones that let the character start the battle with En-element or give them a chance to dualcast their most used ability school or element, but by far the worst Legend Materia Relic in the game so goes belongs to Fran. It gives her a 30% chance to interrupt enemies with her Support abilities if she has a bow equiped, which is ridiculously underpowered for a number of reasons: it requires a specific weapon type, a specific ability school, the chance for it to trigger is far too low to be useful, anything it might be useful on is invariably immune to its effect, all damaging Support-type abilities are Breaks, which have been phased out in exchange for more effective Dance abilities that don't last as long and spamming said Breaks every turn generally isn't what you want to be doing with your Support characters nowadays anyway as they're generally used more as way to generate SB gauge for other characters.
5th Jun '18 6:15:52 AM TheDeadSkin
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* BlackKnight:
** Garland, the original Black Knight in FF, is playable in this game.
** Leon, who gets top-rank Knight and Darkness abilities and mid-tier Black Magic.
** Dark Knight Cecil is a separate character in this game, and makes up for having only access to Combat and Darkness abilities by having the largest HP stat in the game.
** Golbez also counts, being the straightest example of a MagicKnight in the game.
** Gabranth is a dark Paladin.

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* BlackKnight:
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BlackKnight: Several such FF characters, like Garland, the original Black Knight in FF, is are playable in this game.
here with their own gameplay quirks:
** Leon, who gets top-rank Leon can use 5★ Knight and Darkness abilities and mid-tier abilities, plus 3★ Black Magic.
** Dark Knight Cecil is a separate has his own character in this game, slot and makes up for having only access to Combat unique gear, and Darkness abilities by having the largest highest HP stat in the game.
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pool of any character. Golbez also technically counts, being the straightest example of a MagicKnight in the game.
able to use 5★ Knight abilities and equipment like axes and heavy armor.
** Gabranth is officially labeled a dark Paladin.Paladin, able to use 4★ White Magic and 4★ Knight abilities.
2nd Jun '18 7:58:34 PM WoebegoneStud
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** The Submerged Ruins 1 in Record Dungeon Chapter 2. It is by far the fastest way to level Tyro and Elarra up to level to first max level of 30. As shown [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHB2OHLgenE here.]]

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** The Submerged Ruins 1 in Record Dungeon Dungeons Chapter 2. It is by far the fastest way to level Tyro and Elarra up to level to the first max level of which is 30. As shown [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHB2OHLgenE here.]]
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