Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
3. Three drops is all. When you return, the city leader reads from your diary, then everyone dances around.
myrrh. You get the myrrh from trees after defeating an area's monster. On the map, if the tree's top is blue, it still hasn't been defeated. When a place has, the tree's top is gray.
Tida. Tida also looks like it has been abandoned for years. In the 2nd section, to the right by webs, read the sign. It talks about a celebration for the returning of the caravan.
Jack. It says during the explanation of the area that his name is Jack Moschet. After you kill all of his chefs, he sees some ghosts of the chefs that point to the entrance, he looks and there you are.
moogle. Moogle is the type, Mog is his name. Remember to keep his hair at the right level for certain areas.
Malboro. Malboro is defeated by using a fusion of two of the same element stones. It's difficult because that makes it longer to charge. Watch out for its roots attack, or his other magic attack. You can see the pink circle on the ground when it's about to hit.
Lilties. That is the Liltie's power. They have red hair and use spears.
Clavats. That is the Clavat's power. They have browner hair and use swords for a weapon.
Selkies. That's the Selkie's special power. They have the gray hair and use rackets.
Yukes. That is the Yuke's special power. They are the taller people with helms. They use hammers that look like clubs.
Memiroa. Raem has two forms, but Memiroa is the second form. He is a very difficult boss and it doesn't show his life either. He can eat your memories, and if you lose them all, you lose instantly.
Rabena Te Ra. The Lich is one of the toughest bosses in the game, and the level the boss is in reflects his difficulty as well. The Conall Curach, Mount Vellenge, and Mount Kilanda, are also tough levels, but are mainly tough because of how long they are, not because of the puzzles that keep you from the boss.
Lizardman King. Daemon's Court is a large, strange level. It has many new, tougher enemies and lots of treasure chests.
Golem. The Golem guards the Veo Lu Sluice, south of Shella. The Veo Lu Sluice is like a series of floodgates and dams that have been activated to block off the Jegon's water supply.
Goblin King. Neither the Goblin Lord or the Goblin Wizard even exist in "Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles". A Goblin Mage is just a Goblin who casts spells.
Orc King. The Goblin is a common enemy, the Lava Mu can only be found in Mount Kilanda, and the Gigas Lord, also known as Jack Moschet, is the boss of Moschet Manor. About halfway through the battle with the Gigas Lord, his wife comes out to battle as well, but her name isn't mentioned.
Marlboro. The Mimic, Mu, and Magic Plant are all enemies from various levels. The Marlboro is also an enemy in "Final Fantasy X".
Giant Crab. The Griffin is an enemy that will start appearing in River Belle Pass after you grow some levels. The Marlboro is the boss of the Mushroom Forest and the Cave Worm is the boss of Selepation Cave.
High Commander Jegran. High Commander Jegran is the captain of the Liltian guard who attempts to rewrite the Crystal Principe to enable him to turn the Lilty kingdom into a military state.
High Commander Jegran hired Blaze to hunt down Belle and 'silence' her, eventually being defeated by Layle who is with belle at the time Blaze finds her.
Keiss is Layle's friend and who previously worked for High Commander Jegran in the Lilty military.
Vaigali is the leader of the Selkie guild, hates Lilties and sells information to whomever can pay the most for it.
|The premise of the game 'The Crystal Bearers' is that the Yuke race has died out. This is not apparently so with the appearance of a character trying to bring about the revival of her race. What is the name given to this character before our hero finds out her true name?||Final Fantasy Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers
Goldenrod. Amidatelion, otherwise labeled 'Goldenrod' is supposedly the last surviving Yuke. Her purpose is to restore the Yuke Tribe's crystal to ensure the revival of her race. Amidatelion, with the help of Layle's, endeavors to restore the Crystal Principe in order to save the world.
Cid. Squall and Cloud appear in several 'Final Fantasy' and 'Kingdom Hearts' games yet neither appear in 'The Crystal Bearers'. Amidatty appears in 'Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles' but not in 'The Crystal Bearers'.
Cid appears in most of the 'Final Fantasy' games and also in 'Kingdom Hearts'. He is usually portrayed as a character who deals with mechanical and engineering type issues.
Selkie. Belle claims to be a photographer and always carries a camera with her. She decides to travel with Layle in order to try and make money off him. Belle uses her skills to find and sell information, always for her own benefit and never really lends too much of a helping hand to Layle.
Gil. Although a coin count is shown on the main screen and in the player profile, 'Gil' is mentioned by Belle after Layle's defeat of Blaze outside the Rivelgauge monastery. Gil can be obtained through selling items or opening treasure chests throughout the game. If you are after infinite Gil, just search on the web for plenty of places to find some cheat codes!
Save crystal. The 'Save Crystal' is common throughout the 'Final Fantasy' series and is a positioned either before or after (sometimes both) an important part of the gameplay. They are usually placed in major towns and areas throughout the game.
Moogles in this game are 'shopkeepers', selling items and assorted paraphernalia. Newsstands and open books can be found throughout the game yet none are much good except for notes to the player and a few hints and tips.
Layle. Amidatty can be found in 'Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles' (GameCube), Squall and Cid appear in several versions of the 'original' 'Final Fantasy' series, although Cid does appear in 'The Crystal Bearers'.
Layle, the main character and a Crystal Bearer has the ability to manipulate the gravity of others, as well as that of himself.
Four. Up to four players can play 'Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers' at one time although the game actually focuses on only one player. Player 1 is in control of the main character with any other players being able to help in the destruction of enemies. Extra players have the ability to do more of a 'sweeping throw' of enemies yet can't pick them up and throw them.