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Things to Know Before Playing

Itís supposed to be hard. It was designed to be one of the most difficult 
RPGs ever made.

No, you donít get to keep your skills if you get an upgrade. Thatís one 
of the gameís many ďsuck it upĒ points.

As you can see, you have two gauges, HP (Hit Points) and LP (Life Points). 
HP is easily lost and regained. LP canít be recoveRed until after a mission 
is over. If you lose HP, no big deal. If you lose all your LP, your 
character dies for the duration of the mission. HP loss is in white and LP 
loss is in Red. The more HP you lose, the more likely you are to lose LP. 
If your HP hits zero, you can count on losing LP if you get hit.

You can get HP back by pressing R3 on the overworld. Even in a battle, 
having a character sit a turn or two out will give them HP.

Every fucking item in this game breaks if you overuse it. Even if you use 
magic, it probably comes from an armlet, which will break if you overuse it. 
Weapons and armor will also break if you overuse them. To restore a weapon, 
all you really have to do is find just about any raw material and fuse it 
on. Visit a blacksmith each time you roll into town; your weapons have a 
way of snapping when you donít want them to.

The game doesnít care if youíre at the right level to be fighting an enemy 
or not, and itís often hard to tell anyway because HP isnít directly 
meaningful in the game. This is a multiple-concurrent-save-files kind of 
game.

First off, the reason this game isnít popular is because in order to play 
it ďright,Ē youíre going to have to learn the battle mechanics. After you 
play it for the very first time, give the manual a bit of a once-over. 
Most of the mechanics are simpler than they look; you just have to know 
what it is theyíre trying to tell you first. (Also, this guide can be a 
big help too.)

Especially make sure you understand the GUI. The menus are extremely 
inefficient (and the only part I still dislike about the game even now), 
but once you get the hang of it all itís a bit easier.

As with Chrono Cross, you get your advancements after completing each 
area. Unlike Chrono Cross, you donít get piddly stat increases after 
each battle. This means that thereís virtually no point in grinding, 
so donít bother.

Your hexagonal Growth Panel is the mechanism for advancement in this 
game. Actually understanding the advancement is a bit of a tall order, 
so just understand thisÖ After each mission, youíll get a new Growth 
Panel insert. Make sure to watch what youíre inserting, what youíre 
replacing, and how the stats change as a result. Even if you go on a 
lot of missions, thereís still a lot of time between each advancement, 
so every little choice you make in their advancement counts.

As with other SaGa games, your items break after a certain number of 
uses, and you have to go to a blacksmith in town between missions to 
repair them, so donít go nuts with them right off the bat. In fact, 
getting some punch/kick/throw skills on your characters can save you a lot 
of heartache for this reason.

The best starting scenario, as the game recommends, is Lauraís. Youíll get 
a lot of those skills I mentioned with her very soon, and since Laura herself 
is strong and powerful with magic, you have a lot of breathing room.

Get Magic Tablets on every mage character you have; they need them and need 
them bad. Thatís the only way mages learn new spells, and even then they have 
to have equipment with ď[element] ArtsĒ on it. Never, ever overwrite a Magic 
Tablet on the Growth Panel until youíve masteRed it.

The slots only come up in situations that would have a probability in other 
RPGs anyway. Itís just glorified D&D dice rolling; the only difference is 
that it shows you that itís doing it and you get to time the button press to 
increase the probability.

But most importantly, be patient with the game and take time to learn its 
mechanics. If you can see past the extremely counter-intuitive menus the rest 
of the game can get very fun and rewarding.
Skills

The following skills will get you out of more jams than you can count, so get 
them as soon as you can. Each of these is only necessary to put on one character. 
Remember, you equip them by placing them on the hexagonal Growth Panel after 
each mission.

Defuse: Allows you to defuse traps, both on the map and in treasure chests. 
Almost every treasure chest is trapped, so youíre going to need this and 
need it soon.

Locksmith: Allows you to unlock doors and chests. A damn large number of 
chests are locked as well, so look into it. This wonít do dick about magic 
locks, but those are so rare it wonít matter.

Quick-Fix: Repairs items on the field, so you can keep using them and stop 
worrying about ďusing them up.Ē

Eavesdrop: Gives you an approximate idea of where monsters are on the map 
relative to you. Not technically necessary as such, just because the monsters 
move just like you do, but if youíre in a bad way and just trying to find 
your way back to the entrance this can save your ass.

Diplomacy: Talks stock enemies out of attacking you. Very useful on missions
 where youíre ďon the ropes.Ē As with Quick-Fix, though, itís slot-based 
probability, so donít expect it to cure all of your problems.

Swimming: Letís just say youíll be glad you have it when you need it.

Monger: Haggles with shops. Itís not of life-shattering importance because 
youíll end up having enough money to cover expenses in the late game anyway, 
but it has a 100% success rate and any money saved can come in handy later.
 

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