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  • Friendly monsters | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Friendly monsters, also known as friendly creatures, phantom monsters (モンスター, seirei monsutā?, lit. spirit monsters), or simply phantoms, is a sidequest and group of monsters the party can randomly encounter while traversing the world map in Final Fantasy IX. The player will know they have encountered one from the battle music, which is much more cheery and sweet …

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  • Ragtime Mouse | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    The Ragtime Mouse, also known as Ragtimer, is a special creature in Final Fantasy IX whom the party can repeatedly encounter in various forests throughout Gaia. It is a quiz master who poses a yes or no question every time it is encountered. It flees if attacked (even if the player inflicts more damage than its maximum health), and the only way to defeat it is to answer all sixteen …

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  • Final Fantasy IX – Excalibur II Perfect Game Guide - GameFAQs

    Mar 27, 2015 · Here, highlight "PlayStation Driver" and press TRIANGLE again. You will be shown the PlayStation Driver's Options screen. Set "Disc Speed" to "Fast". While you're there, you may as well set "Texture Mapping" to "Smooth" to improve the game's graphics. Back out of these screens, insert the proper FFIX disc and play as usual.

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  • Final Fantasy VII – Guide and Walkthrough - GameFAQs

    Jul 07, 2007 · This item casts Slow on all enemies, which is interesting to know because Slow works on many bosses. If you feel like it, try and get a few of these as you won't be able to cast Slow for a really long time. The chance this item is dropped is about 4.7% per Grashstrike. Since they tend to come in large groups, the chance per battle is higher.

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  • Permanently missable content | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Permanently missable content refers to an item, character, sidequest, ability, or spell, that can be obtained at one point of the game, but can be missed permanently if the player does not acquire it before reaching a certain part, or before its location becomes unrevisitable. In addition, there are items that are of limited amount that can be permanently lost if the player sells or discards

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  • Permanently missable content | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Permanently missable content refers to an item, character, sidequest, ability, or spell, that can be obtained at one point of the game, but can be missed permanently if the player does not acquire it before reaching a certain part, or before its location becomes unrevisitable. In addition, there are items that are of limited amount that can be permanently lost if the player sells or discards

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  • Ragtime Mouse | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    The Ragtime Mouse, also known as Ragtimer, is a special creature in Final Fantasy IX whom the party can repeatedly encounter in various forests throughout Gaia. It is a quiz master who poses a yes or no question every time it is encountered. It flees if attacked (even if the player inflicts more damage than its maximum health), and the only way to defeat it is to answer all sixteen …

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  • City of Calgary (@cityofcalgary) / Twitter

    Aug 21, 2008 · Official City of Calgary local government Twitter account. Keep up with City news, services, programs, events and more. Not monitored 24/7.

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  • Final Fantasy VII – Guide and Walkthrough - GameFAQs

    Jul 07, 2007 · This item casts Slow on all enemies, which is interesting to know because Slow works on many bosses. If you feel like it, try and get a few of these as you won't be able to cast Slow for a really long time. The chance this item is dropped is about 4.7% per Grashstrike. Since they tend to come in large groups, the chance per battle is higher.

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  • Final Fantasy IX – Excalibur II Perfect Game Guide - GameFAQs

    Mar 27, 2015 · Here, highlight "PlayStation Driver" and press TRIANGLE again. You will be shown the PlayStation Driver's Options screen. Set "Disc Speed" to "Fast". While you're there, you may as well set "Texture Mapping" to "Smooth" to improve the game's graphics. Back out of these screens, insert the proper FFIX disc and play as usual.

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  • Permanently missable content | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Permanently missable content refers to an item, character, sidequest, ability, or spell, that can be obtained at one point of the game, but can be missed permanently if the player does not acquire it before reaching a certain part, or before its location becomes unrevisitable. In addition, there are items that are of limited amount that can be permanently lost if the player sells or discards

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  • Permanently missable content | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Permanently missable content refers to an item, character, sidequest, ability, or spell, that can be obtained at one point of the game, but can be missed permanently if the player does not acquire it before reaching a certain part, or before its location becomes unrevisitable. In addition, there are items that are of limited amount that can be permanently lost if the player sells or discards

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  • Friendly monsters | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Friendly monsters, also known as friendly creatures, phantom monsters (モンスター, seirei monsutā?, lit. spirit monsters), or simply phantoms, is a sidequest and group of monsters the party can randomly encounter while traversing the world map in Final Fantasy IX. The player will know they have encountered one from the battle music, which is much more cheery and sweet …

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  • Chocobo (Final Fantasy VII) | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    "Chocobo House" sign. Chocobos in the world of Final Fantasy VII are moderately taller than humans, round and bright-colored with more noticeable feathers than in most of their appearances. Unlike later games, the chocobo cry in Final Fantasy VII is "Wark" not "Kweh." In Final Fantasy VII Remake, chocobos utter both "Wark" and "Kweh.". Chocobos are found all …

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  • Final Fantasy VII – Guide and Walkthrough - GameFAQs

    Jul 07, 2007 · This item casts Slow on all enemies, which is interesting to know because Slow works on many bosses. If you feel like it, try and get a few of these as you won't be able to cast Slow for a really long time. The chance this item is dropped is about 4.7% per Grashstrike. Since they tend to come in large groups, the chance per battle is higher.

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  • Tetra Master (minigame) | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Tetra Master (クアッドミスト, Kuaddo Misuto?, lit. Quad Mist) is the card game in Final Fantasy IX. Conceived by Toshiyuki Itahana, the card game is not an essential part of the game but provides light relief to the storyline and allows the player to interact with minor characters in a different way. Tetra Master is separate from the main story, and progression in the game does …

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  • Tetra Master (minigame) | Final Fantasy Wiki | Fandom

    Tetra Master (クアッドミスト, Kuaddo Misuto?, lit. Quad Mist) is the card game in Final Fantasy IX. Conceived by Toshiyuki Itahana, the card game is not an essential part of the game but provides light relief to the storyline and allows the player to interact with minor characters in a different way. Tetra Master is separate from the main story, and progression in the game does …

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