Enemy (elemental) strengths / weaknessEdit
Elemental damage from Runes / Rune pieces will do double damage to enemies of the opposite type (e.g. Resurrection Rune versus Neclord). Physical attacks/command rune/Unite attacks will do 1.5x more damage.
Early bits playing Marco's minigameEdit
In Rockland, Marco's betting game will always have a fixed result in a certain pattern per reset. Make a save file at the Inn, then play the minigame about 10 times (or more), recording the results of each round. Load the previously saved file and play the minigame following the results that were recorded. Quit before starting round 11, then play the minigame again...so on. Do not reset the game or the pattern will change.
Early Wing bootsEdit
Water rune piecesEdit
Max bits with Gaspar's gameEdit
For Gaspar's game, make a save file, then play his minigame making max amount bets. Reset the game after losing.
Use unite attacks oftenEdit
Pros and cons of using Unite attacks
- Unite attacks never miss.
- They are generally free to use at no cost.
- Multi-target unites can defeat many enemies at once (Kai + Tir or Kirkis+ any elf).
- Single target unites are usually very powerful (Kobold + 1 Attack x3 damage of all participants, Fisherman Attack x3, Beat Em' Up Attack x3).
- Turn order is determined by the fastest character's SPD (e.g. Humphrey's Bumpy Attack is slow but Krin is fast, so the unite turn order is determined by Krin's SPD).
- Unite attacks require certain characters to enable the command.
- Some attacks cause Unbalanced.
- They are unable to deal critical hits.