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* AntiPoopSocking: If you have the game open for two hours straight, a message will pop up when you're next on the area map suggesting that you take regular breaks.
** While the game has a stamina system like many other mobile games of its ilk, instances of the game stopping you are infrequent. Early on, you regularly get refills of stamina from constantly levelling up. Later, your stamina can carry you for a while before it empties, and you can easily amass hundreds of Elixirs that completely refill your stamina.
* ArcNumber: Eight, and multiples thereof. The 8th, 18th, and 28th of each month are Mobius Day, where players get various bonuses. There are eight chapters in Season 1. Special events frequently give out 88,888 of different skillseeds, with varying amounts of 8's.

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* AntiPoopSocking: If you have the game open for two hours straight, a message will pop up when you're next on the area map suggesting that you take regular breaks.
breaks. After four hours, another message pops up with the only option being to close the game, although there's nothing stopping you from opening it back up again.
** While the game has a stamina system like many other mobile games of its ilk, instances of the game stopping you are infrequent. Early on, you regularly get refills of stamina from constantly levelling leveling up. Later, your stamina can carry you for a while before it empties, and you can easily amass hundreds of Elixirs that completely refill your stamina.
* ArcNumber: Eight, and multiples thereof. The 8th, 18th, and 28th of each month are Mobius Day, where players get various bonuses. There are eight chapters in Season 1. Special events frequently give out 88,888 of different skillseeds, with varying amounts of 8's. Areas meant for grinding typically have eight battles and require eight stamina. After completing the final chapter, the max level you can get cards to is 88, with overboosting.
* ArcSymbol: The infinity symbol, to represent an endless, perpetuating cycle.

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* ShoutOut: Count Echo, Echo's October 2018 Halloween costume, contains the following flavor text:
-->"[[Series/SesameStreet Eight! Eight supreme cards! Ah ah ah!]]"

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** The next crossover event will be with ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'', which is set to have its [[MilestoneCelebration 20th anniversary]] in 2019.


* GuideDangIt: Plenty, even when taking into account its F2P mobile game nature. A lot of things aren't explained (the example on DoWellButNotPerfect, for one) or explained rather poorly (e.g. the in-game explanation for unguard).

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Plenty, even when taking into account its F2P mobile game nature. A lot of things aren't explained (the example on DoWellButNotPerfect, for one) or explained rather poorly (e.g. the in-game explanation for unguard).unguard).
** If you don't do the optional tutorial map after finishing the mandatory tutorial (and the game doesn't even tell you this is an option), you're likely to hit a BeefGate relatively early on and might wrongly assume you've run into a pay-to-win paywall. In fact, the optional tutorial map gives you several high-level cards as well as the 3 main job classes and teaches you how to level up your job class, and the game is pretty much balanced around you having these.


** August 2018 has Tidus washing up on the shores of Palamecia, adventuring with Wol as he attempts to find a purpose in this strange new land. Unlike other crossover events, this is canon to the source game, detailing what happened to Tidus after the events of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX''.[[labelnote:*]]Mobius FF has some of the development talent from FFX behind it, including Kazushige Nojima as a scenario writer for both titles.[[/labelnote]]

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** August 2018 has Tidus washing up on the shores of Palamecia, adventuring with Wol as he tells his story and attempts to find a purpose in this strange new land. Unlike other crossover events, this is canon to the source game, detailing what happened to Tidus after the events of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX''.[[labelnote:*]]Mobius FF has some of the development talent from FFX behind it, including Kazushige Nojima as a scenario writer for both titles.[[/labelnote]]


** August 2018 has Tidus washing up on the shores of Palamecia after the events of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', adventuring with Wol. Unlike other crossover events, this is canon to the source game, detailing what happened to Tidus after the events of ''FFX''.[[labelnote:*]]Mobius FF has some of the development talent from FFX behind it, including Kazushige Nojima as a scenario writer for both titles.[[/labelnote]]

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** August 2018 has Tidus washing up on the shores of Palamecia after the events of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', Palamecia, adventuring with Wol. Wol as he attempts to find a purpose in this strange new land. Unlike other crossover events, this is canon to the source game, detailing what happened to Tidus after the events of ''FFX''.''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX''.[[labelnote:*]]Mobius FF has some of the development talent from FFX behind it, including Kazushige Nojima as a scenario writer for both titles.[[/labelnote]]

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** August 2018 has Tidus washing up on the shores of Palamecia after the events of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', adventuring with Wol. Unlike other crossover events, this is canon to the source game, detailing what happened to Tidus after the events of ''FFX''.[[labelnote:*]]Mobius FF has some of the development talent from FFX behind it, including Kazushige Nojima as a scenario writer for both titles.[[/labelnote]]

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** If the Auto Battle AI gets the Cleaving Hit buff, it will prioritize using normal attacks over everything else. This makes sense with Monk jobs, that rely on using such buffs to augment their basic attack, but this happens with ''any'' job, leading to the AI completely wasting any chances it has for good damage.


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** Chaos is absolutely massive, and is always fought on a cliff where you can get close to its face. [[spoiler: The final form of Chaos is just as tall, towering over you even as it bends down on all fours so it can swipe at you.]]

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* TemporaryOnlineContent: Missed an event that ran for about a week? Too bad.

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** [[spoiler: Garland]], the boss of Chapter 7, uses this at the end of the fight. [[spoiler: He keeps switching to whichever element you attack him with, meaning you can't damage his break bar unless you hit him with something he's currently weak to.]]


** The February 2017 update has the world of Gaea come over from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' as cross-promotion for [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIIRemake the remake]], having you team up with Cloud to shut down Shinra's reactors.

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** The February 2017 update has the world of Gaea come over from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' as cross-promotion for [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIIRemake the remake]], having you team up with Cloud to shut down Shinra's reactors. A later revival of the event in January 2018 also added a new story arc dealing with Cloud's famous rivalry with Sephiroth.



** January 2018 not only features a rerun of the aforementioned ''Final Fantasy VII'' event, but also adds a new story arc dealing with Cloud's famous rivalry with Sephiroth.


* AntiPoopSocking: If you have the game open for two hours straight, a message will pop up when you're next on the area map suggesting that you take regular breaks.
** While the game has a stamina system like many other mobile games of its ilk, instances of the game stopping you are infrequent. Early on, you regularly get refills of stamina from constantly levelling up. Later, your stamina can carry you for a while before it empties, and you can easily amass hundreds of Elixirs that completely refill your stamina.



** Auto Battle works in a basic pattern; Use abilities to weaken break gauge, attack until the enemy breaks, then spam abilities. This doesn't change when playing as a monk, who have more weak abilities that augment their powerful attacks, and thus should attack enemies that are broken.



* DifficultyLevels: You can set the Battle Difficulty to either Normal or Hard in the Options menu. Hard difficulty increases the strength of enemies, but slightly boosts EXP and Skillseed gain.

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** If you start the game with a music app running in the background, it won't load any music so you can play with your own tunes.
* DifficultyLevels: You can set the Battle Difficulty to either Normal or Hard in the Options menu. Hard difficulty increases the strength of enemies, but slightly boosts EXP and Skillseed gain.gain and grants better drops from enemies..


** January 2018 not only features a rerun of the aforementioned ''Final Fantasy VII'' event, but also adds a new story arc dealing with Cloud's famous rivalry with Sephiroth.



* GuestFighter: "Ultimate Hero" Job cards function as this, allowing you to play as various characters from Franchise/FinalFantasy as a sort of skin, but with bonus stats and their own powerful Ultimate. Ultimate Heroes include [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII Lightning]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Cloud Strife, Sephiroth]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV Y'shtola (JP-only)]], and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX Tidus (JP-only)]].

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* GuestFighter: "Ultimate Hero" Job cards function as this, allowing you to play as various characters from Franchise/FinalFantasy as a sort of skin, but with bonus stats and their own powerful Ultimate. Ultimate Heroes include [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII Lightning]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Cloud Strife, Sephiroth]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV Y'shtola (JP-only)]], Rhul]], and [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX Tidus (JP-only)]].Tidus]] (Japan-only so far).

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: When you first see Princess Sarah's portrait in chapter 2, Wol mentions it smells of rot, which he brings up again when meeting her in chapter 3. [[spoiler:She isn't human, and is actually as old as the prophecy]].


** Auto Battle works in a basic pattern; Use abilities to weaken break gauge, attack until the enemy breaks, then spam abilities. This doesn't change when playing as a monk, who have more weak abilities that augment their powerful attacks, and thus should attack enemies that are broken.



* {{Combos}}: You can perform a three-step combo by chaining three normal attacks. The last hit of your combo will hit slightly harder.

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* {{Combos}}: You can perform a three-step combo by chaining three normal attacks. The last hit of your combo will hit slightly harder.harder and give out more element orbs.

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