I imagine they're still called PinkPuff out of tribute to the maker of the program which is making all of this possible, who is called PinkPuff.
Ah. I was unaware. Of course, even if it were changed in Namingway, it would remain PinkPuff in Project II.
FFIV has a lot of ridiculously rare equipment that a player will Likely never see. 1 of 64 from a 25% chance in the first place is just too little of a chance in my opinion.
Agreed. I was only joking about trying to get them. The Pink Tail is actually easier to get than the others because you find the PinkPuffs (Flan Princesses) in batches of five! An individual enemy, like a Blue Dragon, only has a 5% chance of dropping an item, right? It would be madness, then, to try to grind Blue Dragons for the Dragon Whisker! Hey--was the glitch whereby it's not actually strong against Dragons corrected in Project II???
To clarify the thing about Asura is that it makes the fight easier. Her healing herself actually makes things more difficult rather than her buffing herself with the Absolutely Worthless Protect.
I'd still opt changing it for Namingway, at least, so that it conforms to the Japanese original, although only if the summon version can also be changed--is that possible? Far more important, though, to make such Zeromus's Big Bang has its full strength!
February 04, 2015, 02:44:25 pm - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
Well, I'm all done now (pending a rematch against a beefed-up Zeromus), so I'd like to thank vivify93, Rodimus Primal and everybody else whose work created this! I've thoroughly enjoyed it.
My final comments:
Why are Thunder arrows (and Crossbow) now for sale at Baron? You shouldn't be able to buy Thunder arrows till Troia. It makes the Waterway easier, and I don't see why it should be. I'd also still advocate for changing the claw prices back to their originals, though it's trivial. Nearly all the other changes to the game are based on things that were dummied out of the original release, so these changes seem arbitrary to me.
What if the (knife)Cleaver were called the (knife)Kitchen? The name in the modern versions is Kitchen Knife.
Now I'm off to play Spooniest's textual fix-up of FF V!