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Final Fantasy VIII

It's like killing two pigs with one stone.
Quote by: Laguna

Brothers

This is an optional Guardian Force and without exploring everything and everywhere around the world, and the current locations you're at, you might miss this powerful GF. This GF is actually two Guardian Forces, two Brothers who combine their strengths to create a devastating attack. It is stated in-game that long-term Junctioning of Guardian Forces causes memory loss to the user, because the GF draw power from the same section of the mind that stores memories, so using them is not without risks. The attack they use is called Brotherly Love and I think they really love each other. Also, when fighting them in their home to gain them as a GF, they protect each other and get mad when the other is hurt. That's real brotherly love, right?

Brothers are actually an Earth elemental Guardian Force and they stand together in battle to aid you. They are especially useful against enemies who have a weakness for Earth elemental damage.

Location

During your mission to assassinate Sorceress Edea, you'll be in Deling City and after meeting up with General Caraway, you'll be asked to prove your strength and collect a Student ID from a sword at the entrance of the Tomb of the Unknown King, which is located northwest of Deling City at the end of a long peninsula. You won't see the Tomb from Deling City though. After getting your way through the confusing Tomb, you'll have to face the Brothers twice. After defeating them, they'll join your party. Refer to the Side-Quests section for more info on obtaining Brothers. (***Coming Soon!)

Brothers' Attack: Brotherly Love

Brothers attack is Earth elementary based, so the attack is useless against flying creatures since these won't touch the ground. But the attacks proves very useful against other creatures, especially if they have a weakness for Earth elemental magic. They perform a small mini-game to decide who will perform what, though it's always the same. They will use a big block of earth to jump high into the air and they will jump up to break through it, causing it to fall on the ground.

Useful Abilities

The HP+ and HP Bonus are great abilities to have at any point in the game. The earlier you get the HP Bonus, the better of course, since the character will gain 30 HP extra for every level he or she gained. Defend is an underrated ability that will enable you to avoid damage from any attack, however, you'll probably want to pass it up for the other useful abilities. And Cover will take the place of another character to take the damage instead.

History

The Brothers (Japanese ブラザーズ Burazāzu; French Taurus) are a pair of minotaurs named Minotair and Sacred. After defeating them in the Tomb of the Unknown King, you'll also receive both their cards. The symbols on their shields means "younger brother" (弟, Sacred) and "older brother" (兄, Minotaur). During dialogue sequences, Sacred speaks only in capitals, while Minotaur speaks only in lower-case letters. The Brothers themselves appeared earlier in Final Fantasy V, named Minotaur and Sekhmet, but they were Bosses, not summons.

Brothers' Vital Statistics

Level HP Power
7 670 529
10 824 632
20 1406 977
30 1996 1322
40 2594 1667
50 3200 2012
60 3814 2357
70 4436 2702
80 5066 3047
90 5704 3392
100 6350 3737
In Bold is Brothers' Starting Lvl

Brothers' Ability List

Ability AP Needed Leads To
HP-J Learned N/A
Str-J 50 Elem-Atk-J
Spr-J 50 Elem-Def-J
Elem-Atk-Jx2 160 N/A
Elem-Def-J 100 N/A
Magic Learned N/A
GF Learned N/A
Draw Learned N/A
Item Learned N/A
Defend 100 N/A
HP + 20% Learned N/A
HP + 40% 120 HP + 80%
HP + 80% 240 HP Bonus
Cover 100 N/A
HP Bonus 100 N/A
SumMag + 10% 40 SumMag + 20%
SumMag + 20% 70 SumMag + 30%
SumMag + 30% 140 N/A
GFHP + 10% 40 GFHP + 20%
GFHP + 20% 70 GFHP + 30%
GFHP + 30% 140 N/A
Boost 10 N/A

Other Guardian Forces

Click on the pictures on the right of any Guardian Force to see detailed information on any of the other Guardian Forces.


Quezacotl

Shiva

Ifrit

Siren

Brothers

Diablos

Carbuncle

Leviathan

Pandemona

Cerberus

Alexander

Doomtrain

Bahamut

Jumbo Cactuar

Tonberry King

Eden

Odin

Phoenix

Boko

MiniMog

Moomba

Gilgamesh

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