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    Final Fantasy II (Origins Edition)

    I gotta a question about leveling up weapons. Is it just me or is it weird that the weapons may out at 16-99? Is there a way to make them stronger? That and what is the maximum level for magic?
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    Well, seeing as the weapon max was 16 in the nes version...
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    Re: Final Fantasy II (Origins Edition)

    Originally posted by BahamutXero
    I gotta a question about leveling up weapons. Is it just me or is it weird that the weapons may out at 16-99? Is there a way to make them stronger? That and what is the maximum level for magic?
    Magic spells also attain their maximum at level 16, just like weapons. The counter obviously keeps counting beyond that, though, to 16:99.

    You cannot increase a weapon skill beyond 16, but you can exceed 16 blows in battle by casting haste. If haste was at level 16 and the character upon whom the spell was cast was wielding a weapon for which he had a skill 16, technically he or she could deal 32 blows if all connected.
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    Originally posted by Epicgamer
    Well, seeing as the weapon max was 16 in the nes version...
    Well excuuuuuuuse me!:) I never played the NES version. Thanks Perc.
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    Final fantsy II for Nes

    Hi!

    Hope one of u guys can help me with a question about final fantasy II.
    How do u change the position of a char. Have a char who got moved to the back row when she died and I raised her after battle, but now she can't attack with melee weapons.

    How do I put her back in the front row?

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    There should be an order command somewhere in the menu. Just select Maria and press confirm and she'll be back into the front lines.

    Ironically I just picked this game back up after a year long hiatus. Currently readying to enter teh towar.
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    Goddamn jumping Jesus, has there ever been a thread that's been resurrected after 6 fucking years on here?
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    It's not that bad though, he DID manage to stay on-topic, and many forums rape you in your ass for creating new topics when there's already one on a subject. Like the burning cunts at Penny Arcade.

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    I was impressed that Percival'd return to answer sth for FF2
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    Damn...I don't even remember making this thread. I've been here way too long :).
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    Well thanks for the answer guy, and good to see that I woke this post to life :P

    Don't know if I'm blind or something but I still can't find out how to move chars between rows, but I found another method, to just kill of the chars in the front row and the entire rows move:P alitle annoying but it works ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rinn View Post
    Whoahhhh look at how passive aggressive my posting was in high school.
    It's funny, because if anything my posting has become far more passive aggressive. Mostly passive, in fact. I was a pissy teenager. I think my ego and self esteem have all settled to the point where I don't need to generate a persona for the internet. That doesn't even describe it.. I dunno, I magnified myself for effect online when I was younger.

    Whatever. Interesting idea, critiquing our own posting styles compared to our age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Satanrbh View Post
    Well thanks for the answer guy, and good to see that I woke this post to life :P

    Don't know if I'm blind or something but I still can't find out how to move chars between rows, but I found another method, to just kill of the chars in the front row and the entire rows move:P alitle annoying but it works ^^
    Fyi, I would file this under "Lucky Shot" and try not to necro threads more than a year old from now on (especially since I'm usually better at spotting age discrepancies between posts than I was this time around).

    That said, I was also in error about the location of the Formation command (not Order as there is no Order command). It is located above the Keyword command. Click it, then click on one of your characters. If you're not pointing at a character then you're doing it wrong.
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    You guys got less passive agressive while I've gone from too nice to snarky and sarcastic... although you won't see that much here, of course.
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    It's the nefarious influence of fanfiction and WoW. Even the deepest reserves of goodwill can run dry because of that.
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    Yes, especially when you read the kind of fanfiction I hunt for fun. A night elf named Deathdog, indeed...
    New fanfic quote:

    "I am indeed a spy, milord, but not for the enemies of Mordor or the Master. Instead, I serve a different master, a group called the Protectors of the Plot Continuum. Milord, have you ever heard of 'fanfiction'?"
    "Aye. A particularly odious form of sorcery, by all accounts."
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    "Yes. And have you heard of 'fangirls'?"
    "They are but a legend! A fearful legend, but a legend nonetheless."
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    Reading Lovecraft taught you nothing.
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    Whatever. Interesting idea, critiquing our own posting styles compared to our age.
    Someone make a thread on it. Seriously. Maybe I'll do it later, if I'm not too lazy. :p

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    I refuse to read Lovecraft, I can't handle horror. >_>

    Which is why it's ironic that I have the Necronomicon lying on my bed right now.

    No, really, I do. It'll be a Christmas present.
    New fanfic quote:

    "I am indeed a spy, milord, but not for the enemies of Mordor or the Master. Instead, I serve a different master, a group called the Protectors of the Plot Continuum. Milord, have you ever heard of 'fanfiction'?"
    "Aye. A particularly odious form of sorcery, by all accounts."
    /.../
    "Yes. And have you heard of 'fangirls'?"
    "They are but a legend! A fearful legend, but a legend nonetheless."
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    From "Intelligence Briefs for the PPC: The Beginning" by Architeuthis


    Quote Originally Posted by darkling
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    Lovecraft actually has some humorous stories, such as "Herbert West—Reanimator." But his writing style is a bit archaic, even for his time. He loved using words that weren't in wide use. Also, his dialogue is absolutely horrible. His ideas were genius, though!

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    And most of his horror stories probably don't cause horror or anything close to it. That Library of America tome is nice though -with some crud included and all.

    On a side-note, it's funny how Cthulhu has turned into some kind of unspeakable horror in the common eye when in his only appearance in his stories he's successfully repealed by a steamboat.
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    Ah the steamboat. The Vic Viper of its time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weiila View Post
    I refuse to read Lovecraft, I can't handle horror. >_>

    Which is why it's ironic that I have the Necronomicon lying on my bed right now.

    No, really, I do. It'll be a Christmas present.
    I can't handle horror either even though my friends a big horror nut.
    I don't get it.... Whats amusing about watching rampant violence? Now I'm not against Lovecraft or anything, but films like Saw and Hostile? Were's the enjoyment in watching someones misery?

    I'll stick with Fantasy I'd rather see villians bent on world domination then watch villians who just wanna poke people with knives....

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    Saw actually has a point, though the subsequent sequels seem to lose it. Hostel is nothing but gorn. It's one of the few movies I've watched that I feel has absolutely no point besides gratuitous sex and violence. The acting is also pretty damned awful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Genericangstyposter View Post
    Saw actually has a point, though the subsequent sequels seem to lose it. Hostel is nothing but gorn. It's one of the few movies I've watched that I feel has absolutely no point besides gratuitous sex and violence. The acting is also pretty damned awful.
    Yes I've heard Saw is genuis by many people but I still can't stand watching it.
    I like monster movies, I can't stand watching sicko's in movies it makes me wanna kill people (bad people).

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