The year: 1992. The idea: Expand on Final Fantasy 3’s job system.
y, who is this stranger thar?
A castle. In a Final Fantasy game. Imagine that.
I think he woke it up.
Crystals, you say? Also, this girl is named, she must be unimportant.
Zoom zoom zoom.
A ship at sea.
Old dude! This is no “Teenagers saving the world while 20-somethings are renowned war vets!” Final Fantasy! Too bad the next one is.. And the next 6 after that one.
Not important at all.
Ah, a crystal. Safe and sound.
Then we have this dude, who’s just chillaxin with his pet chicken in the woods. Life is good.
GIANT METORS FROM NOWHERE!
Oh. Hey. Isn’t it that pink-haired girl from before?
They’re dead. (I’m using an easy ROM. I’ve blasted through this game enough, I only need to grind jobs. Not jobs and levels.)
I guess she is.
So what epic name did I give this guy who just saved the named girl?
Butte! (Hey, it’s been translated Butz, sho yeah.)
We were just chillin’ and then this big thing came from nowhere and the giant chicken was like “Duuuuuddddddee.” and I was like “Whoa.”
I’m sure Butte could think up a way.
This always happens when Butte makes his move.
Then you won’t remember what happened between Butte and pink, right?
Pink said the magic words and old dude Galuf leaves with her to go to the wind shrine.
Yeah, Boco, screw those guys. We would have had to share then.
Old men are awesome like that.
Less earthquake, more METOR CRASHING INTO SURFACE.
THEY ALL SWING THEIR ARMS AT DIFFERENT PACES AND IT BUGS THE HELL OUT OF ME! :rage:
Butan opn dor!
I wonder that too.
Butte is one stealthy dude.
While Butte talks to himself, the old man and pink decide to steal a Pirate ship.
Tactical. Espionage. Action.
bot dnt go.
Is freaking more retarded than Butte.
Use the Force, pink!
Well. THAT worked.
Well, it probably did.
The plot thickens.
What an awesome captain. Named, too. Not important.
OSHIT SEA MONSTER!
Something like that.
You say this like it means something.
So take me down slow an’ easy! Is this love that I’m feelin’?
Fancy way of saying “SAVE POINT”.
Shhhh. You aren’t supposed to know about that passage.
Great. A boss.
I guess this is our party. I’m supposed to set their names. =[
Thank you, Captain Obvious!
Okay, I’m fine with the Pirate Captain on my team. He can probably kick all sorts of ass.
Pink’s okay. Gotta have something to look at, right?
The old man’s cocky, but sure.
I AM NOT OKAY WITH BUTTE GETTING POWERS.
There’s always time to turn away from this.
Thanks to Metal Gear Solid I now know what ‘!’ and ‘?’ sound like.
Everyone except Butte. Butte has to stay behind.
Shards of glass. Put it down or you’ll cut yourself.
These are what our characters can be.
Meat shield, dumb as a rock. Good for Butte.
Massive HP and Str.
My favorite class.
“I like to heal!”
“I casts the spells that make the peoples fall down!”
This could be handy.
Everyone’s no job right now.
No. I’ll explain it.
Basically, you can craft these four characters into whatever you want. No character is held to a job. You gain job levels through Ability points. After a certain number of AP, you gain an ability from your job class to use on other classes. Example, using the knights “Equip Swords” ability on a mage. You’re also not stuck with a job. You don’t have to be a knight until it’s mastered. However, the more mastered jobs, the better. Innate abilities from jobs are passed on to the No Job. After you master lots of jobs, the best job will be ‘no job’.
It doesn’t make sense right now, but it will.