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Tips & Tricks

Refer to the following list to view all of the available shields in Final Fantasy VI. Def stands for Defence, MDef stands for Magic Defence & MBlock stands for Magic Blocking.

  • Automatic Defeat of Enemies

    If you have the Gem Box relic and you know the Vanish and Doom or X-Zone spells, then you can take any enemy out with one hit. Cast Vanish on the enemy, then cast Doom or X-Zone. X-Zone works more often than Doom does, however.

  • 8-part Atack

    Equip the Genji Glove and Offering to attack 8-times in a row!

  • Sure With Doom

    You can heal your entire party instantly with the Doom spell by following this process. First, equip one member of the party with the Relic Ring. Then, in battle, cast Doom on that member. The entire party's HP will be healed.

  • Experience

    (World of Ruin) If you equip 2 experience eggs on each member of your party and fight Tyrannosaurs and Brachiosaurs in the forest North of the Veldt, you can gain tons of experience.

  • Level 99 Near the Beginning of the Game

    This trick requires a controller with auto fire. This is when you are just departing from the Returner's hideout to go to Narshe through the rapids, and have a party of Terra, Sabin, and Banon. Before getting on the raft, set the cursor to memory. In the rapids, the very first loop after the first save point, select "up," and you can continue on in a infinite loop. Set each person to fight, except Banon, who should heal, then turn on the auto fire. Your party will do battle and no one will die. Turn off the TV and let it sit for about 3 days (if you want to get all the way to level 99), every character will have gained major levels! Terra and Celes will also gain some great spells, such as Fire3 and Ice3, respectively.

  • Magic Points

    (World of Ruin) Fight Cactrots in the Desert south of Maranda. Cactrots give you 10 magic points each!

  • Relm's Sketch Glitch

    This is a glitch in FF3. It can do many good and bad things to your game. It can: Give you LOTS of each item/weapon/armor/relic (such as 255 Economizers and several Gem boxes). Completely and permanently destroy the save slot you're using for the current game. Do a complete memory reset, leaving you with three blank save slots. This bug has its risks. There are a few ways that it can be triggered. The first is to go to the Veldt with Gau and Relm in your party. Use Gau's jump move, and when he comes back to your party quickly have Relm sketch him. The second method is to have Relm sketch a vanished monster. The Gau method is probably the best, though.

  • Unlimited Experience Eggs

    To get unlimited Experience Eggs, bet Elixirs at the Colloseum for Rename Cards, then bet those for your Experience Eggs.

  • Getting A Lot Of GP And MP

    For 10,000 GP,beat a cactrot(located in a desert southwest of moranda.To defeat ityou should use your characters' special skills.

  • Dinosaur Forest

    In the WOR, theres a forest north ofVeldt that looks like a dinosuar head.You can defeatthe dinosuars easily by using the vanish/X-zone trick. You get 10 MP for beating them and you might get aneconimizer(relic that cuts spells down to 1 MP).

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