It feels like it's more of a territory feud against Microsoft and see how much Nintendo is willing to pay for them to ease a bit on the contract.
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Hello, I would like help with an issue. To use the Lightweave Klauz Rod + 35 I need 950 tec pwr (Current Value: 931) My phantom is already lvl 100 and with mag 200 Dex did I do something wrong in the build or is there something that can give me the 19 points for the 950?
Funny thing is, you can achieve 950+ Tec with lv100, a 200 Dex mag and no class stat boosts on lv75 for any race which are not part of the
These hacks existed forever even in JP PSO2, don't think SEGA care or even can fix it since combat is so heavily client side. At most they ban the offending account, but according to your video, it's just a throw away PN account anyways.
Imagine the combat if it wasn't as client sided as it is though :3
I believe making this type of game have a lot of server sided ticks like in other games, making it laggy is why I'd rather play an offline game alone and multiplayer features when I'm a bit bored (Like in Monster Hunter) rather than raging for the crappy combat.
Luckily I haven't seen hackers on my ship on PS2, but I'm still salty to the RMT spammer bots.
I guess in the end, you gotta choose the integrity of the gameplay or the security of it... Which is kinda sad.
So, I found something interesting on the Extreme Quest: Risk Realm
I do the solo version but I believe this also works on the 4man as well, on the Visiphone website there are enemies and enhanced enemies and I had no idea how to get consistent Fodrus mobs as an enemy.
Then I went to the JP wiki and they are translated as [Success] and [Fail] so I tested succeeding or failing requirements on every stage, and depending on what you do the enemy might change or become easier.
Basically what I ended up doing is just failing everything except the 2nd stage requirement, so I get a Fodrus on the 3rd stage. Every other stage is not needed unless you want more drops.
I believe the Ultimate Quest might have a better drop chance, but at least this is another way to consistently fight that boss.
Good luck guys~
@BloodyKyona The trick on dodging phaleg is usually not reacting at the right time. But instead, you have to predict or count when she will attack. If you are trying to dodge based on reaction, you gotta be really good, but if you are counting and predicting it like a dance it gets a lot easier since she has the same pattern and timing.
It's kinda like the game of pressing the start of a clock and pressing the stop button after 60 seconds of not watching trying to get as close to the 0 milisecond countdown on a perfect 1 min xD
Maybe I'm too old school but, Phaleg has the same patterns every time.
You just gotta memorize it like in old school games.
But I guess it's not necessary unless you were playing with a 300HP Fi with constant overload and get 1 shot if you get hit xD
How Crazy? I got all the mats for my units in less than 2 days in, not even doing all TPDs or trains
Imagine doing weekly divide quests and ending up with the mats before the units even came out.
Right? Who in their right mind would play the game?
Being honest here there are a lot of players who can't do basic 1-5 floors. It's one of the reason I farm Divide alone because of the amount of people who are outright bad and not having good gear to begin with.
It's weird that it's an issue of people being entitled... Like, you could be level 10, why would that person be able to equip endgame gear? And if the player is truly awfully bad... Then this is an online game not a single player offline game, you get friends or alliance buddies :S I just... don't understand.
(Or buy skimpy outfits to stand on the lobby and force players to carry you like in the ancient times of old mmo games, lol)
@BloodyKyona Solo divide is mostly about knowing what to do and not too much of being the best on the class. For example,
Supply missions, you just run around ignoring all the mobs and get an S rank
Search & Destroy, is pretty much the same but you also attack the mobs with a blue glow and ignore the rest
On Boss fights, you ignore the boss and just kill the little mobs until you kill like 3 or 4 and get an attack buff that destroys the boss
Free-for-All is pretty much grouping as many exploding mobs together or make them explode 1 by 1 on the non-explosive mobs.
The playstyle is kind of different so maybe that's why some people think it's harder.
You can't have pvp in a game without pvp drama lol.
Um... Worth it or not, I started playing a bit more casually now and I pretty much see myself getting them. Maybe not right now on this precise instant but it looks like something simple. If you think on a 2 or 3 month time, you can just play normally and eventually somehow end up with the mats for them and by that time you just augment transfer the affixes from your trailblazer and that's it one piece has been completed. :3 Having an end goal seems like a feasible thing to do on a game to keep you going.
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