For Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift on the DS, GameFAQs has 21 FAQs (game guides and walkthroughs). Like Final Fantasy Tactics Advance, Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift takes place in both Ivalice and St. Ivalice. Chronologically, the Ivalice portion of. Final Fantasy Tactics A2 was originally released in for the Nintendo DS. In the game, Luso finds himself in the land of Ivalice and must do.
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I'll hopefully address everything in this post, so if I miss something, feel free to slap me with a trout and call me on it, haha. Chocolatemoose: Yeah, I wasn't feeling that previous form of Berserker either. It felt very non-organic, and I want my jobs to feel organic and smooth, even if they end up being a little unbalanced since that can always be fixed later. War Medic should feel far more natural and mesh well with other units, hopefully giving Seeq a little more love. Doc's Code would indeed work similarly to Bulwark, and Blast Wave is kind of a filler skill for now. I ultimately want them to have an AoE skill that can knock multiple units away so that they can get closer to their allies. On the topic of Seeq, I'm trying to come up with a new job to replace them.
Grimoire of the Rift takes place in both Ivalice and St.
Chronologically, the Ivalice portion of the game is set some time after while the St. Ivalice portion is set around ten years after Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. There are seven playable races in the game: The Gria are a new race that has been introduced to the world of Ivalice.
The main character, Luso Clemens, is a boy who is sent to library clean-up duty right before summer vacation, he finds an old book in the library. The book abruptly becomes blank in the middle. He then writes his own name on the blank page, Luso Clemens, after which he is transported into the world of Ivalice.
Dropping into the middle of a forest right in front of a large monster called a Klesta , he is told by a warrior named Cid nearby that if he wishes to live he should join his clan, which the player can give a name to later in the game. Luso does so, and, in front of a judge, swears to join the clan, after which he is transformed into the soldier class. Namespaces Page Discussion. Views Read Edit View history.
From StrategyWiki, the video game walkthrough and strategy guide wiki. Jump to: Help expand it This page is a stub. Continue to: Despite the fact that the Princess was So maybe it wasn't a total loss. Despite the fact that the Princess was from his warrior-centric kingdom, his devotion to her protection came mostly from his deep affections for her.
And after just a couple of days after the group had set out, things seem to be falling apart. Deena on the other hand, was much more focused. Of course, it helped that her lineage Amazonian.
It also helped that her kingdom was the most well guarded and generally well-off kingdom of the four.
In terms of doom, she was confident she would be the last of the four adventurers to die. There was no question in Deena's mind that the sorceress, Misha would be the first to perish. Poor Misha, a kingdom filled to the brim with mages possessing earth shattering powers and all they send is her. It was in fact a point of contention that she had been the only one from her kingdom to attempt such a dangerous adventure.
The majority of her guild had found the matters of the world rather immaterial to the larger cosmic events at hand. And so Misha, the lone representative from the kingdom of magic was recruited to anxiously prove Deena wrong about her death.
This leaves Solus. The mysterious enigma from the clandestine kingdom of shadow. Long regarded the source of such impurity, it was quite the realization to now have a very prominent member from said society journeying against the very forces thought to have spawned it.
In any regard, Solus was perhaps the most capable of the four.
Then again, mystery is as beneficial as it is harmful; and a person's potential was no exception. However, let it be known: Solus never trusted dragons.
And so the journey began again. This time, with much less gold and much less time then they had started.
On parchment, the idea to save the princess from the Goblin Overlord, thus ending the struggle of power between the four kingdoms by way of princessly union, was fairly doable. Doable much to the point that the four "heroes" had schemed up the grand plan of using charitied gold to hire a dragon to rescue the princess. The plan was solid right up until the dragon seized the gold and simply flew off in the other direction.
All four of our heroes found it odd that they had just been betrayed by a majestic creature. The Goblin Underworld was now a fortnight of travel away.