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Final Fantasy: Legend of...
A Final Fantasy fangame that faithfully recreates the mechanics of classic Final Fantasies, with a light-hearted feel.

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Yep, Moogle Charm works the same as in FF6, and the Charm Bangle just halves encounters. But doing it fight by fight is good because sometimes you don't really want to just skip everything.

Yeah, the game really just kind of leads into XIV ARR. We are however making another FF Fangame! It's going to be a bit less silly with a lot fewer characters, but to make up for that we're going to have the FF5/Dimensions job system. We'll be posting more about it when we have the basic stuff finished, which shouldn't be too long.

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Oops, that will be fixed! Thanks for the report.

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Congrats on beating the game! I'm glad you liked the humor, story and throwbacks.

The encounter skip function has been a huge hit, I'm glad people like it. I added a disable option to the config because I was worried the bubble before every fight would bother people, but it seems pretty much universally loved.

If you haven't yet, check out the Bonus Dungeon, it is chock full of FF nostalgia!

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1)The mine is the Palomton mine that you go to near the beginning of the game.

2)The castle is the Undead Castle on the western continent.

As for the other bugs, have you updated the game recently? Both of those should have been fixed a few patches ago.

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Good to hear you got it and like the game, and thanks for playing!

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Glad you got it figured out~

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If you have seen the scenes before, you're fine. There's no time limit or anything to the quest. So if you went in order and saw nothing you must have seen them already.

That's probably the Riverside Cabin. The one on the snowy island is for Marz's quest, if you haven't done that you need to go to Kokkol's Forge first.

He is at Sundiland Pass~

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It is to the east of Enaya on the northern snowy continent.

The frog quest starts at the Riverside Cabin.

You have to go to 3 Inns in order. Cecille, then Enaya, then Kutan. if you saw scenes at all 3 places you should be good if you've done all the other sidequests.

Bug Reports

Wait mode means that the enemies won't attack you while in the ability/item menus. They will still attack while just selecting a command. That's how Active/Wait has always worked in Final Fantasy, and it allows stuff like passing turns to keep a character on standby and so on. I did have a full wait mode for a while where enemies wouldn't attack while selecting commands, but it really messed with the flow of battle and made the game impossible to balance properly because it made everything way too easy and made some abilities not work quite right. Sorry if this is a big issue. :/

Bug Reports

It seems it was only set as a counterattack, it has been fixed and will be in the next patch. Thanks for the report!