11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by 8.bit.fan, August 17, 2018, 03:47:41 PM
Quote from: chillyfeez on November 24, 2018, 12:35:07 PMThe dark world fat chocobo problem should be an easy fix. IIRC, all other instances of the fat chocobo are the same NPC. Because the underworld uses a separate set of NPCs, the fatty there is unique. Somehow, his "speech" instruction (or maybe his event) got messed up. It should be pretty easy to correct this with ff4kster.
Quote from: tampa03cobra on November 23, 2018, 12:02:42 PMHey 8-bit;Been playing the game (just got Fusoya) *correction, at CPU fight in Giant (my post still shows awaiting approval from mods, stinks to be new I guess :-), you did a wonderful job. I tried to go into it without reading any spoilers and it didn't occur to me until I got the airship that the hovercraft from Damcyan could be used to.. something something earlier something. That was really clever; wish I saw that right after I got the craft; next playthrough.So want to reiterate what another user said above, there is a potentially annoying bug floating around with the Fat Chocobo. The issue here (especially with the dwarf castle) is in the dark world you have no other way to get to that overgrown pigeon. It will just bring up Namingway Dialog; (I will post a picture when I have a chance). I believe this also happened at another location in the light world but I can't confirm it. Where this is an issue is, you start having to make painful what to keep decisions in your inventory. I found myself immediately discarding the new 1 time use spell items and some gears to make room for chest stuff. Now, I made it through no problem, and some people aren't as pack rat like as I am so may not be as big of an issue. There is a really easy way to solve this though: Make whistles available at the Dwarf castle item shop for a reasonable price (maybe 5000gp)? Or could just leave it be and call it "inventory challenge mode" for the dark world Again; awesome! Do you happen to have a bestiary somewhere of the changes you made to mobs? Specifically because Edge steal doesn't seem to indicate a difference between "Failed to Steal" and "Enemy doesn't have anything". So it's hard to tell if it's worth repeatedly using it trying to decide if an enemy has something (or does every enemy have a stealable item? Not familiar with this mechanic in FFIV)?
Quote from: chillyfeez on November 30, 2018, 01:55:22 PMSo, I'm playing through now. I'm still super early in the game. I just finished the Mist cave. Not much is different up to that point, so there's not much to say. It did seem like the Mist Dragon was way too easy to defeat. My Cecil and Kain are only level 11, and we actually killed it during the first Mist phase, with Cecil in the back row and Kain just continually jumping. I know part of your aim was to make the game not-too-hard, but it kind of undermines the whole "wait to attack until the proper time" strategy of that first boss battle.EDITHaha - just got into Mist. Never mind on the previous comment... Clever! Glad I saved just before entering the town.
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