Final Fantasy® XIII - The Complete Official Guide, Content: The entire sample page pack, Size: MB. All the sample pages from the Final Fantasy XIII. This is an unofficial game guide for Final Fantasy XIII, it is not official, or endorsed by or connected to the game developer or publisher. All characters, locations. In this Final Fantasy XIII guide you will find some detailed description about how to handle with all main quests that are appearing in the game.
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I'm here to help you avoid screwing up where I screwed up, and maybe squeeze a little more enjoyment out of the game in the process. Ready for action, Kupo? It's hard to hide secret items and encounters when the player is on a set path from A to B.
Secrets and treasures are scattered to the four corners of the maps, required plenty of patient exploring to uncover everything scattered about each individual era. There are times when a single footstep can be all that's keeping you from encountering a rare creature, and as addictive as the game's monster collection aspect is, that just won't do.
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You don't have to keep him in view at all times; just make sure you've got the volume up and the audio cues will do the work.
With his ability to detect out-of-phase objects not readily visible to the human eye, you're going to have to let Mog make you his bitch if you want to collect all the goodies Final Fantasy XIII-2 has to offer. What's important to remember here is that while you can only have six active Paradigms at a time, there's nothing stopping you from constantly swapping and tweaking those six in between battles.
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In the case of boss fights you'll be taken back to the main menu, where you can mix up your Paradigms before jumping back into the fray. Advertisement There is one exception to the retry option, however Striking the enemy gives you a first attack, which is always handy.
Running into the enemy means you've got to wait for your Active Time Battle gauge to fill before attacking. Advertisement Should the clock run out before either of these situations occur, however, you're thrust into battle with the retry option locked, meaning if you die, it's back to the last save.
Each level contains various nodes that supply bonuses to health, strength, or magic, or provide new abilities and accessory slots. These nodes are connected by a semi-linear path. The player may advance down the path by acquiring Crystarium Points, which are awarded after defeating enemies.
Central to the story is Cocoon, a massive artificial sphere that floats above Pulse's surface and is ruled by the Sanctum, a theocratic government. The Cocoon fal'Cie are responsible for keeping Cocoon floating, as well as providing light and water to the people that live inside. Each fal'Cie handles a specific task.
During the battle, l'Cie from Pulse attacked and ripped a large hole in Cocoon. The hole was patched with material lifted from Pulse, and Cocoon's citizens have since lived in fear of another invasion; this fear is used by the Sanctum to remain in power.
This magic is normally only accessible to l'Cie, fal'Cie, and various monsters in Cocoon and Pulse, though distilled chemical forms can be used by normal humans through the use of Manadrives.
Lightning's sister Serah had found the fal'Cie from Pulse and been changed into a l'Cie by it.
Lightning and Sazh derail a Purge train bound for Pulse in an attempt to save Serah. The two parties meet at the fal'Cie, and find Serah just as she turns to crystal. Anima then brands them as l'Cie and they are cast out into a different part of Cocoon.
During this transformation, the newly crested l'Cie all have the same vision: a monster called Ragnarok. Snow meets Cid and Fang, two members of the Cavalry, after he is captured and detained aboard the airship Lindblum.
In Lightning's scenario, she unintentionally supports Hope's goal of killing Snow to avenge his mother's death. Fang reveals that she and Vanille were l'Cie from Pulse who were turned into crystals; they were turned back into humans 13 days earlier, sparking the Purge. On the Palamecia, the other members of the party reunite with Vanille and Sazh before they confront Galenth Dysley, the Sanctum's Primarch, who is the Cocoon fal'Cie ruler Barthandelus in disguise. Slaying Orphan will result in the destruction of Cocoon.
The party flees and learns from Cid that the fal'Cie believe that Cocoon's destruction will summon the Maker, the creator of the worlds. The fal'Cie cannot harm Orphan themselves. The town is deserted, and they find no living people on the surface. The party is unsuccessful in removing their marks, and Barthandelus confronts them again.
The party defeats Barthandelus, but Orphan awakens and merges with Barthandelus, then compels Fang to finish her Focus as Ragnarok while the others are seemingly transformed into Cie'th.
The party reappears in human form, preventing Fang from transforming. The party defeats Orphan  and escapes Cocoon, which is now falling towards Pulse. As the rest of the party turns to crystal for completing their Focus, Vanille and Fang remain on Cocoon and transform into Ragnarok together to prevent a collision between Cocoon and Pulse.
The rest of the party awaken from their crystallization on Pulse and find their l'Cie brands gone; Lightning, Hope, Snow and Sazh reunite with Serah and Dajh.
Nojima thought up the crystal mythology that became the basis for the Fabula Nova Crystallis series, including concepts such as the fal'Cie and l'Cie. Toriyama then created a story premised on this mythology.
He wanted to portray "characters at the mercy of a predetermined, unjust fate" who "belong together but collide heavily". In order to achieve this, each of the story's thirteen chapters was made to focus on different protagonists.
Chapters seven and eight were to mark a turning point in the interpersonal relationships of the party. Toriyama gave him a rough outline of the first eight chapters, which included several cornerstone scenes that needed to be kept, like when party members were separated or reunited.