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Your Best team of 5(job) in FF tactics war of the Lions
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-Ninja > skills (throwing,steal,reflex,equip heavy armor, fly)
-DK*Ramza > skills (Darkness, items, Shirahadori, Dual Wield, move+2)
-another Dark Knight
-Bard > skills (Bard song, items, counter, Equip shield, Fly)
-Holy Knight Agrias (Holy sword, Items, counter tackle, concentration, move +2)

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Interesting. Though I have yet to play the PSP version, I still play (and practically breathed) the original FFT on the PS.

Here's my team:

1. Ramza JOB: Squire
Skills/Abilities
~ Main Ability: Basic Skill
~ Secondary Ability: Draw Out
~ Reaction Skill: Blade Grasp
~ Support Skill: Two Swords
~ Movement Skill: Teleport

Equipment
~ Right Hand: Excalibur
~ Left Hand: Chaos Blade
~ Helmet: Grand Helmet
~ Armor: Maximillian
~ Accessory: Bracer


2. Orlandu JOB: Holy Night
Skills/Abilities
~ Main Ability: All Sword Skill
~ Secondary Ability: Knight Skill
~ Reaction Skill: Blade Grasp
~ Support Skill: Two Swords
~ Movement Skill: Teleport

Equipment
~ Right hand: Excalibur
~ Left hand: Chaos Blade
~ Helmet: Genji Helmet
~ Armor: Genji Armor
~ Accessory: Bracer


3. Mustadio JOB: Engineer
Skills/Abilities
~ Main Ability: Snipe
~ Secondary Ability: Steal
~ Reaction Skill: Catch
~ Support Skill: Concentrate
~ Movement Skill: Teleport

Equipment
~ Right/Left Hand: Bolt Gun
~ Helmet: Thief Hat
~ Armor: Black Costume
~ Accessory: Bracer


4. Summoner (I call her my "sorcerer". )
Skills/Abilities
***Master All Jobs***
~ Main Ability: Summon
~ Secondary Ability: Math skill
~ Reaction Skill: Split Damage
~ Support Skill: Magic Attack UP
~ Movement Skill: Teleport

Equipment
~ Right hand: Staff
~ Left Hand: -
~ Helmet: Thief Hat
~ Armor: Sorcerer's Robe
~ Accessory: Magic Gauntlet


I don't have a 5th character. I usually just put some random character, besides that, my 4 characters are enough... in fact, my "sorcerer" can pretty much handle any battle on her own...
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nice.. ill get orlandu on chapter 4 hehe.. mustadio died in my team early in the game.. i dont know if theres much difference in the ps1 version or the psp maybe just some terms.. ill try to get that teleport skill XD
Posted 10/18/07
aww no one using Cloud or Luso?:p

Hey onion knight rox!!! trust me doing 200 + damage per hit without skill is plain coool
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anyone have a psp for me? if you do ill make the ultimate team
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updated team as of this very hour:
Squire*Ramza > w/ excalibur and save the queen
Ninja*generic character > w/ dual disable blade
Sword Saint* Orlandu > w/defender
DK* generic > w/rune blade
Mileudol



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aww no one using Cloud or Luso?:p

Hey onion knight rox!!! trust me doing 200 + damage per hit without skill is plain coool



my squire can damae 270+ w/o skill plus it has dual wield so its like 600+ damage. but onion knight is pretty good as well but the annoying part is it doesnt have any skills



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^ Yeah, the terms are different, but the game play is generally the same.

I highly recommend you invest in a calculator. Though they're a pain to level up because they're devilishly slow, they're well worth it, and you can eventually change them back to another job and keep the calculator skill (math skill) as a secondary ability.

If you notice, my Ramza and Orlandu both have excaliburs. The neat trick here is that the excalibur gives your character auto haste and absorb holy. An interesting trick I do is to make my "sorcerer" (Summoner that has mastered all jobs and has math skill as a second ability) cast holy on all the enemies she can, regardless of whether or not it hits Ramza or Orlandu.

This is a good thing, because they'll just absorb the holy and gain life.

The thing about this trick is that it's dependent on the faith of the target. In the case of my Ramza, his faith is relatively high, and he gains well over 700 HP from this little trick. The average damage to enemies from this "holy calculator" trick is around 500 to 600 HP of damage... very useful and very neat since casting this spell from a calculator ability will cost you NO MP and there is NO CHARGE TIME needed for executing the spell.

It's very unfair...
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thats a good tip i might as well try it hehe XD
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^ oh, and just to make it clear, a character with calculator skills can cast a spell on any enemy/ally from anywhere in the field with no limit as to the number of characters will get affected by the spell. That's because the calculator uses the level, CT charge, height, or experience of each character on the field to determine who is hit by the spell.

So be careful and make sure you don't go accidentally hitting your own calculator.


The calculator is brilliant in that they can just run away from the battle field while literally destroying all the enemies from afar. I've tried placing just my sorcerer in a battle and she created total carnage... it's insane.

Anyhow, if you want more tips, feel free to PM me.
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Is there any way to secure a 100% success with the Teleport ability? ... It seems like it is better for moving in short distances because if you try to go too far, the teleport may fail and then you don't get to move at all. Usually, I just equip the Move+3 skill or put someone on a chocobo.

For Mustadio, I like to give him the "Battle Skill" ability so that he can break armaments or weaken the enemy. For example, he might successfully hit with a "Don't Move" effect and then continue to weaken the enemy's stats. Destroying armor is great because it is an easy way to lower HP without dealing damage.

For the battle in which I had to steal the Genji Equipment, I used the Vanish Mantle On Ramza and four female ninjas equipped with the Chantage. The beauty of the Chantage accessory (only for females) is that it provides unlimited Regeneration and Regen so I found that as long as Ramza isn't knocked out of the battle, the four girls will continue to revive. It was virtually impossible to lose. Basically, Ramza just stayed out of the fighting for a while and remained in a transparent state, hence he couldn't be targeted. When the four ninja were struck, their reaction ability would active and increase their speed--which in turn increases the chance to steal. It was a bit time consuming to set everything up but well worth it. If I remember, the trick was to steal the shield first and then everything else becomes easier.
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edsamac wrote:

^ Yeah, the terms are different, but the game play is generally the same.

I highly recommend you invest in a calculator. Though they're a pain to level up because they're devilishly slow, they're well worth it, and you can eventually change them back to another job and keep the calculator skill (math skill) as a secondary ability.

If you notice, my Ramza and Orlandu both have excaliburs. The neat trick here is that the excalibur gives your character auto haste and absorb holy. An interesting trick I do is to make my "sorcerer" (Summoner that has mastered all jobs and has math skill as a second ability) cast holy on all the enemies she can, regardless of whether or not it hits Ramza or Orlandu.

This is a good thing, because they'll just absorb the holy and gain life.

The thing about this trick is that it's dependent on the faith of the target. In the case of my Ramza, his faith is relatively high, and he gains well over 700 HP from this little trick. The average damage to enemies from this "holy calculator" trick is around 500 to 600 HP of damage... very useful and very neat since casting this spell from a calculator ability will cost you NO MP and there is NO CHARGE TIME needed for executing the spell.

It's very unfair...


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kambs81 wrote:

nice.. ill get orlandu on chapter 4 hehe.. mustadio died in my team early in the game.. i dont know if theres much difference in the ps1 version or the psp maybe just some terms.. ill try to get that teleport skill XD


You need mustadio to get balthier and luso btw.

my mustadio died in chapter 2 lol. but i still got luso and balthier.. you cant get Beowulf, Cloud, worker 8 and reis and you cant enter nevlaska temple if you dont have mustadio.. + Balthier and Luso are not secret characters they're added in this remake game..

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I really wish I had a PSP so I can play the new FFT game. I think I'm missing out. Oh well, maybe when a new hand held system comes out the price will drop.

For the "Holy" trick mentioned above, that's one of the classic strategies for using the calculator job. I think there is a robe you can wear which also absorbs holy although I can't recall the name right now.
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is there a way to learn the "Master Teleportation technique" i think its the technique of Marquis who weaars the genji set.. i tried stealing the armor but the probabilty was 00%..
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^ I haven't played FFT in a while so I need to double check my advice but I didn't use ninjas against Marquis--I think that was for another battle which I can't seem to recall right now.

I think it was four female thieves with Concentration or that ability that increases their speed when they take damage. I think Concentration worked the best. The reason you can't steal the armor is probably because of his Blade Grasp and physical block percentage. I think I was able to counter that by using one of the Mediator's abilities. It has a spell which can lower Brave. I think I lowered his Brave as much as I could (maybe I was able to lower it close to zero.. I'm not too sure) and that gave me a small percentage to steal because lowering Brave would also lower his Blade Grasp. Stealing rate is always highest from the back and you should go for the shield first.

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