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Cheat, Trick, Guides, and Tips Final Fantasy X Complete (100% working)

Today We will discuss about Cheat, Trick, Guides, and Tips Final Fantasy X Complete (100% working), you can get gil, exp, and powerful weapon by following this guide. So read all these guide guys.

Faster party
Have your three fastest characters in your battle party formation to always get your initial turns faster. Then, just switch them out for slower characters, allowing them to go instead.

Getting Gil Easily
Follow this Tips, Trick, and Guides Final Fantasy X to get gil easily:
By Seling Armour :
1. Use a Save Sphere to get to the Airship, and go to Kilika Port.
2. Go to the shop, just to the west and south of here the Airship leaves you.
3. Purchase as many armors as you can carry for Tidus.
4. Use a Save Sphere to get to the Airship, and go to the Calm Lands.
5. Go to the Monster Arena, to the east of where the Airship leaves you.
6. Fight Kottos, who drops 40 Healing Springs for an overkill.
7. Customize [SOS Regen] on the armor you purchased from Kilika by using the
Healing Springs Kottos dropped.
8. Sell the armor for a tidy profit (average 33,371 Gil per armor).
9. Repeat.

By Killing Mimics:
In Final Fantasy X, Mimics, or ??? are enemies found in the Omega Ruins. There are four different shapes of the Mimic, each one having a different set of strengths and weaknesses. When encountering them in a battle (always with a Zaurus), they will show up in the form of a treasure chest.

The player must Steal from it (not Mug, as it will destroy the chest), and if there is nothing to steal, it will change into one of the four types of Mimics, a fiendish look-alike from a pile of bones, rocks, and other debris.

The party is unable to escape from the battle once they have changed into their fiend-like shapes. It is one of the few enemies in the game that cannot be captured for the monster arena. So you really have to defeat it. And now to the part that makes you rich, Mimics drop 50.000 Gil per kill. You have also the chance to double this amount of money by using a weapon with the auto-ability Gillionaire.

Getting a weapon with the ability Gillionaire
Gillionaire is one feature of Rikku’s Celestial weapon, Godhand. Another option would be to spend 30 x Designer Wallet to enhance a random weapon with this ability. You will get 60 of them from the monster arena owner, by capturing every fiend assigned to the Omega Ruins once.

Go to Omega Ruin, via the world sphere on the airship. This location can be unlocked by activating certain coordinates. In this place there will be many powerful enemies, there is one of the enemy that is quite difficult to kill named Mimic. Mimic will give you 50,000 gil after killing him.

There are two types of Mimic, Mimic is strong against physical attacks, and Mimic is strong against magic. If strong against the magic attack then use a sword attack, if strong against the physical then use magic. Do not forget to use weapons or armor with Gillonaire’s ability to get a double gil. Later you will be able to get 100,000 Gil each kill him.

Getting AP (Experience) Easily
Need to grind for AP in a short amount of time? Then I have the trick for you! This trick essentially abuses the nature of the AP and Overdrive -> AP systems so that you can gain AP en masse in single battles, maybe even enough to max out your Sphere Level at lower levels! You will need the following:

Overdrive Mode : Comrade or Stoic, but preferably Comrade.
Weapon Abilities : (best ones are listed first)
Ability #1 – Overdrive -> AP (necessary)
Ability #2 – Triple Overdrive, Double Overdrive, SOS Overdrive
Ability #3 – Triple AP, Double AP
Armor Abilities: (not needed, but it saves time)
Ability #1 – Auto-Phoenix
Ability #2 – Auto-Haste / SOS Haste

Other :
Have no HP-increasing abilities on your armor, as that lowers the efficiency of the Comrade Overdrive Mode.
Unlock Don Tonberry in the Monster Arena by capturing all enemies from the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth
Have the Flee command on everyone

The Process:
Don Tonberry
Rather simple, really. Go into the Monster Arena and fight the Don Tonberry. Attack any way you want and he’ll counter with Karma which should deal insane damage to the attacker; 15,000+ is not uncommon.

The attacker will likely die and, in the process, due to Comrade, their allies’ Overdrive gauges will charge, and then be tripled by Triple Overdrive, with that converted to AP via Overdrive -> AP, and Triple AP makes that go to 9x AP than Overdrive -> AP alone. Essentially, with a good enough hit against the attacker, per the mechanics of Overdrive -> AP, that’s 9 Sphere Levels.

Repeatedly Attack and let Auto-Phoenix do the reviving until the Don Tonberry gets close, and then Flee and sit there while a massive AP counter ticks down.

As a note, if you need to level-up neglected characters or you they’re your only Auto-Phoenix wielder, simply have them Defend (Triangle Button) rather than anything.

Cactuar King
1. First cast Haste on Cactuar King. Surprised!!??? yeah because this trick will work if CK is quick at attacking you
2. He has 2 kinds of attack 10,000 Needles and 99,999 Needles.
3.10,0000 Needles attack can only happen when you act on him (Attack/Mug/Steal/Mag/etc)
4.99,999 Needles attack happen only when he’s got the turn
(But don’t worry since you have 2 Auto Phoenix armor equipped in the party and 99 Phoenix Down)
5.Keep Mugging him since you also get Chocobo Wing x2 / Designer Wallet
6.With 9,999 damage that your character this will take 11 turns at least
7.You can fight him longer than it should be while collecting AP since you stock up a lot of Phoenix Down.

Hidden Aeons Location
Don’t stop with Bahamut. There are three more aeons that you can find in Final Fantasy X that are not required to finish the game — but that make beating tough fiends a whole lot easier.

Fans of the Kurosawa movie of the same name will get a kick out of the fact that there’s an aeon named Yojimbo hidden in this game. But he comes at a price — so save up at least 200,000 Gil before you go hunting for Yojimbo. To find Yojimbo, get your butt to the Calm Lands, go to the northeastern exit and pass underneath the bridge to go the area at the end of the gorge (this is where you fought Defender X — in case you’ve forgotten).

Here, you will find a save point and the entrance to the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth. Inside, walk deep into the cavern until you bump into the ghost of a dead summoner — who will call upon the aeon known as Yojimbo. Defeat him using your aeons (in overdrive) and your most powerful magic attacks.

Before you leave the cavern, use the warp pads to the left and right to get your hands on some helpful items, such as the Flexible Arm and X-Potions. When you’re done, go to the Chamber of the Fayth.

Talk to Yojimbo and you will find out that this aeon doesn’t work for free. Answer “To defeat the most powerful of enemies” to his question to get the lowest asking price, then offer Yojimbo half of what he’s asking for plus 1 Gil. He will make a new offer and you should respond by raising your bid. Do this until he accepts your offer.

Yojimbo’s asking price and final price differ — sometimes he’ll turn down your offer, sometimes he’ll entertain it. Don’t worry if Yojimbo turns you down — you can always repeat the procedure. You will probably end up paying as little as 200,000 or as much as 250,000. Note that you can get some valuable Teleport Spheres from Yojimbo if you offer him triple his asking price. Sure, it’s expensive, but they allow you to warp to “greener pastures” on your sphere grid — so it may be worth your money if you want to strengthen a character.

You’ve seen this chained bad boy before — now it’s time to claim the powerful aeon as your own. First, make sure that you have solved all the destruction sphere puzzles in each of the previous five Cloisters of Trials.

If you’re unsure whether you left some of them unsolved, go back and do them now. Note that the monks won’t let you into the temples unless you have spoken to Maester Mika on High Road. If you’ve solved all the puzzles, enter the coordinates for Baaj temple (X:14 Y:60 — move around a bit and press X to find the location) in the airship and make your way to the underwater temple entrance. Geosgaeno awaits.

This is a tough fight, so be sure to equip anti-stone/death armor if you have it — or stock up on Soft items if you don’t. Use elemental magic and overdrives to win the battle (Geosgaeno is immune to almost everything else), then enter the temple. You will find six statues that correspond to the six Cloisters of Trials in Spira.

Five of them will now activate, but you still need the last one. To get it, go to Zanarkand Dome and look for the white floor panels. Step on all seven of them (there are three in the first room and four in the large hall) to open up a Destruction Sphere in the first room. Grab it and put it into the hole in the large room right next to the monitor to make it blow up. You will get the Magistral Rod as a reward. It’s time to go back to Baaj Temple.

All six statues are now active and you can enter the Chamber of the Fayth to claim the incredibly powerful Anima.

Magus Sisters
The final hidden aeon is actually a returning favorite from Final Fantasy IV.

First, get your hands on the above to aeons, then complete the Monster Arena side quest in the Calm Lands and capture all the fiends from Mt. Gagazet. You will receive the Blossom crown as a reward. Next, go to Remiem Temple, which is hidden in the mountains east of the Calm Lands.

Here, you can challenge Belgemine and fight against any aeon that you have unlocked so far. Beat her Bahamut and you will get the Flower Scepter. You still have to defeat Yojimbo and Anima. Once you have beaten all the aeons, use your Blossom Crown and Flower Scepter to open the locked door ahead and get the final aeon in FFX.

Don’t forget to fight Belgemine’s Magus Sisters again for an additional reward. Celestial Weapons ==

Each character in FFX can get his or her hands on an all-powerful weapon that makes defeating fiends a snap. However, just owning the weapon isn’t the whole story. You also need to find two items that unlock each weapon’s true powers and removes its “No AP” ability.

Below, you will find a listing of all these legendary weapons, complete with locations and required items. Once you have found both items for a weapon, go to Macalania Woods and use the Celestial Mirror to upgrade the weapon to its full power.

To open treasure boxes containing legendary weapons, you will need the Celestial Mirror, so complete the following mirror sidequest first:

Cloudy Mirror: Go to Remiem Temple in the mountains east of the Calm Lands. To get here, go to the Calm Lands and get yourself a chocobo from the rider. Continue on to the south (close to the entrance from Macalania Woods) and go to the broken bridge on the eastern plateau. See the chocobo feather on the ground?

You can use these to fly. Simply press X and you’ll instantly get to the bottom of the area, which leads to Remiem Temple. Go to the left side of the temple, examine the sphere and then enter the chocobo race by talking to the chocobo to the right. Use as many shortcuts as you can and don’t bump into poles to win the Cloudy Mirror.

Celestial Mirror: Now head back to Macalania Woods to get the Celestial Mirror. Look for the mother and son close to the save spot in the south of the woods. They will tell you that they’re looking for daddy — so head out and find the man (along with some other people) at the campsite.

Talk to him to reunite him with his folks, then head south to find a path made from glowing fog and light leading up. Go up to find the son standing in front of a large crystal. Talk to him, then use the Cloudy Mirror on the crystal and it will change into the Celestial Mirror.

With that out of the way, you can go hunting for the legendary weapons. Good luck.

Legendary Weapon Location
Character: Tidus
Required items: Sun Crest, Sun Sigil
Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Evade & Counter, Magic Counter

Caladbolg: Go to the Calm Lands and become a chocobo trainer by talking to the female chocobo rider (leave the area and come back in on foot if she’s not there). You will have to complete four training exercises.

The first one, Wobbly Chocobo, requires you to cross the finish line with 12.8 seconds or less on the clock. Once you win it, you can ride chocobos for free in the Calm Lands by talking to trainers, so remember that. The second challenge — Dodger Chocobo — has you dodging blitzballs, the third one — Hyper Dodger Chocobo — has you dodging blitzballs and birds, and the final Catcher Chocobo challenge has you race the trainer with all the obstacles in place.

Win the final race and you can access the northwestern end of the Calm Lands where you can get your hands on Tidus’s legendary weapon, Cadalbolg. You can only pass if you have the Celestial Mirror, so be sure to complete that quest first. Caladbolg causes more damage when Tidus’s HP is at maximum.

Sun Sigil: Getting the Sun Sigil is a pain in the butt and may take some time, so take the afternoon off. To get this item, you have to win the Catcher Chocobo challenge with a total time of 0,0,0 (the balloons, it’s all about the balloons!). It’s possible, as this screenshot shows.

Sun Crest: Go back to the Zanarkand Ruins. You will find the Sun Crest in Zanarkand Dome where you originally fought Yunalesca.

Character: Yuna
Required items: Moon Crest, Moon Sigil
Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Double AP, One MP Cost

To get Nirvana, talk to the owner of Monster Arena in the eastern portion of the Calm Lands. He will ask you to catch his escaped fiends. Walk around the Calm Lands and capture at least one of each type (using the weapons the arena owner sells you) and return once you have all nine to claim your prize.

The treasure box containing Nirvana can only be opened once you have the Celestial Mirror. Once upgraded, Nirvana will do more damage when Yuna’s MP are at maximum — and it enables Valefor to cause higher damage than “just” 9,999.

Moon Crest: Go to the Isle of Besaid. Swim east from the beach and look for a small alcove on the map. You will find the Moon Crest inside the treasure chest on that beach.

Moon Sigil: Once you have gotten all aeons (including the Magus Sisters), go back to Remiem Temple (in the mountains east of the Calm Lands) and challenge Belgemine. Defeat all of the aeons and send Belgemine to win the Moon Sigil necessary to upgrade Yuna’s legendary weapon.

Character: Auron
Required items: Mars Crest, Mars Sigil
Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, First Strike, Counterattack

After your encounter with Defender X in the Calm Lands, walk over to the cliff in the east and look for a sword stuck in a rock to the left. Grab it. It may just be a Rusty Sword, but it is the key to Masamune, the legendary Samurai blade.

With the sword and the Celestial Mirror in hand, go to Mushroom Rock Road and use floating rock (marked in green on your map). Put the Rusty Sword in front of the statue of Lord Mi’ihen. A glyph will appear — turn around and you will be the proud owner Masamune. Masamune performs best when Auron’s HP are low. It also enables Yojimbo’s attack damage to be greater than 9,999.

Mars Crest: Go to Mi’ihen Highroad and continue north until you get to Mushroom Rock Road. Take Oldroad and go south from here to get to a treasure chest that contains the crest.

Mars Sigil: Getting the Mars Sigil is a time consuming task. You need to unlock 10 Area Creations or Species Creations monsters at the Calm Lands Monster Arena. To do this, capture 10 different monsters in 10 different regions for the Area Creations or 10 monsters of each of the 10 species for Species Creations. Once you have done this, talk to the trailer until he gives you the Mars Sigil.

World Champion
Character: Wakka
Required items: Jupiter Crest, Jupiter Sigil
Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Double AP, Evade & Counter

After you’ve gained control of the airship and you’ve gotten the Celestial Mirror, talk to the bartender in Luca Café. If you’ve won five or more Blitzball games she will hand over the weapon. Remember that you can play Blitzball at any save point — and yes, Blitzball can be a pain in the ass so we don’t blame you for complaining at this point.

As a reward for your trubles, know that the World Champion weapon enables Ifrit’s attack damage to exceed 9,999. Like some of the other legendary weapons, World Champion deals more damage when Wakka’s HP is full.

Jupiter Crest: You can find this item in Luca Stadium. Go into the locker room of the Besaid Aurochs and check the lockers.

Jupiter Sigil: The Jupiter Sigil is a random prize you can win in the Blitzball league matches. However, it will only appear if Wakka has learned the Attack, Status, and Aurochs Reels — and it could take a long time, so again, we hope you like Blitzball.

Onion Knight
Character: Lulu
Required items: Venus Crest, Venus Sigil
Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Magic Booster, One MP Cost

Lulu’s legendary weapon takes you back all the way to the beginning of Tidus’s quest. Remember when that nasty fish thing was trying to eat you for dinner? Well, it’s payback time. Go to Baaj Temple and dive into the water, swimming to the doors at the northern end of the area. You will now face Geosgaeno.

Beat the fiend and a treasure chest will appear underwater. Find it by swimming to the south and searching the circular area underwater. You won’t be able to open it unless you’ve got the Celestial Mirror, so please keep that in mind. Note that the Onion Knight does more damage when Lulu’s MP is at maximum. It also enables Shiva’s attack damage to exceed 9,999.

Venus Crest: Go to the Farplane at Guadosalam after you’re done with this area. The Venus Crest is located in a new treasure chest that wasn’t here before.

Venus Sigil: Dodge lightning 200 times in a row. You can check the amount of times you dodged lightning by looking in the book in the Travel Agency. Don’t save or leave the area, though, as this will reset your counter. Once you’ve done this, go to Rin’s Travel Agency and open the treasure chest.

Spirit Lance
Character: Kihmari
Required items: Saturn Crest, Saturn Sigil Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Double AP, Evade & Counter

The quest to get Kihmari’s Spirit Lance takes you back to the Thunder Plains. Look for the large stone monuments, called Quactar stones. Stand in front of each one of the three in this area to pray and release a spirit. After the third one, head south to find a Quactar ghost flying around. Follow it and you’ll get to a broken lightning tower embedded in the rock wall to the east.

Pray here once more and lightning will strike and reveal a hidden treasure chest with the Spirit Lance inside. As always, you can only open it if you’ve already gotten the Celestial Mirror. Note that the lance will deal more damage when Kihmari’s HP is at maximum — and Ixion’s attack damage will be able to exceed 9,999 damage.

Saturn Crest: After you’ve battled Seymour you can find a treasure chest on Mt. Gagazet hidden between the pillars to the west. Open it to get the Saturn Crest.

Saturn Sigil: Once you’ve got the airship, return to Macalania Woods and compete in the butterfly challenge. You can do it earlier, but you won’t get the same prize (and the challenge will be less difficult). You have to chase down seven blue butterflies in 30 seconds. Avoid the red butterflies or you will have to fight and lose valuable time. Once you catch all seven a treasure chest appears. Beat both challenges and you get the Saturn Sigil.

Character: Rikku
Required items: Mercury Crest, Mercury Sigil
Abilities: Break Damage Limit, Triple Overdrive, Double AP, Gillionaire

Getting Rikku’s Godhand is easy — but the two items you need to unlock its powers are a bit tougher to acquire. But first things, first. To get the Godhand, simply input the following password once you have control over the airship: GODHAND. This will let you go to a secret spot close to Mushroom rock. From here, go north and use the Celestial Mirror on the rock wall to get it. Once you unlock its true powers, the Godhand weapon will cause higher amounts of damage when Rikku’s HP is full.

Mercury Crest: After you get the airship, go back to Sanubia Desert and walk to the area just before Home (the one with pits in the sand). Go to the northwest to find a treasure chest containing the crest.

Mercury Sigil: The second item is also hidden in Sanubia Desert, but it takes a bit longer to find. Look for the rock with the Cactuar picture on it. Examine it to get info about 10 Cactuars that hide throughout the desert. Find each Cactuar and you will be able to play a game of Red Light Green Light against them. If you reach the Cactuar before the timer runs out you will be able to battle it. The prize for battling is a Cactuar sphere.

If you happen to lose three times, you will get a Sphere del Perdedor. Whenever you get a new sphere, go back to the Cactuar rock and place the sphere into the stone. Perdedor spheres will work fine as well, but the more Cactuar spheres you get, the better the treasures you will get in the secret area that follows (get eight or nine Cactuar spheres and you will find a Friend Sphere, for example). After you have placed nine spheres in the rock, you will be able to get into Cactuar Village (which was previously obscured by a sandstorm). Inside, you will find the Mercury Sigil.

Easier Chocobo handling
Hold L1 + L2 + R1 + R2 and your Chocobo will be easier to steer.

Keep items in Monster Arena
When fighting in the Monster Arena, even if you die, you still keep any items you may have stolen.

Defeating Evrae Altana
Use two or three Phoenix Downs on it to kill it instantly.

Auron: Find different Jeckt Spheres laying about the world. Some of these will give Auron a new Overdrive. You need to find all ten to get Auron’s final overdrive.

Kimari: Use the Dragon Sword ability to drain HP and MP from the enemy. If the enemy has a Blue magic skill that Kimari can learn, he will gain it automatically. The only one that is difficult to get is “Sunshine”, which you obtain from the Omega Weapon.

Lulu: Rotate the Right Analog-stick clockwise as fast as possible. The number will go up the more you rotate it. The more you level Lulu up, the easier it is to cast multiple spells.

Rikku: Rikku’s overdrive combines items to create special attacks and power-ups during battle. You have to choose any two items to combine. Note: Two of the same kind will work.

Tidus: Just keep using them over and over. After a while, he will learn his next Overdrive.

Wakka: You can win new overdrive roulette (slots) types in the Blitzball Ranking and Tournament modes.

Getting Free Potions
At the very beginning of the game, as you head down the long road to get to the Blitzball stadium, talk to the girl running around who talks about tickets more than once. Eventually she will say that tickets are sold out, and will ask if you can get tickets for her. Tell her you can, and she will reward you with two Potions.

Near the start of the game, when you get on the S.S. Liki after getting Yuna, you should be able to explore the ship for a little bit. When you get to walk around, go downstairs. A man will talk to you about your clothes. After he is done talking, go to the only open room (on the left side) in the hallway.

You should see a seasick man with his head out the window. On the far right of the screen, you should see a suitcase similar to the one Yuna was going to bring on the boat. Go up to it and press X to kick it. You will receive a Potion. Keep kicking it to get about fifteen free Potions.

When you meet Yukku on the salvaged ship, talk to the man with a gun that has a knife on it. Talk to Yukku and talk to the other person. You can only understand Yukku, but after you talk to them all you will get three Potions.

Getting Free Items
After your ship docks at the first town (the one torn apart by Sin), proceed through the intermission sequence with Yuna, and you will find yourself in a hut. Exit the hut, and proceee to the left side of the screen. You will see a child on a pile of rubble. Press X near the child to rescue her before the rubble collapses. Proceed to the hut at the top right of the current screen for a free item from the chest.

Items from dodging lightning
In the Thunder Plains, if you can dodge the lightning a certain number of times in a row, you will be rewarded with items. Additionally, if you get struck by lightning 30 times, you get an Ether. If you get hit 80 times, you get an Elixir.

Times Dodged
Two X-Potions
Two Mega-Potions
Two MP Spheres
Three Strength Spheres
Three HP Spheres
Four Megalixirs
Venus Sigil

Hidden locations
There are several hidden locations on the world map that you can find by selecting specific coordinates while aboard the airship. Move the pointer to the approximate coordinates and press X to search that region.

X coordinate
Y coordinate
Baaj Temple
Sanubia Desert
Besaid falls
Mi’ihen Ruins
Battle Site
Omega Ruins

Airship passwords
There are hidden locations accessible by using the “Input” feature found in the airship command list. All passwords are case-sensitive.
Pass No. 1: GODHAND
Pass No. 3: MURASAME

Al Bhed Primer locations
1. Al Bhed Salvage ship
2. Besaid Village. Crusaders Lodge
3. S.S. liki. Engine room
4. Kilika.Tavern
5. S.S. Winno. Bridge
6. Luca Stadium. Basement B
7. Luca theater. Reception
8. Mi’ihen Highroad
9. Mi’ihen Highroad. Newroad, North
10. Mushroom Rock Road
11. Djose Highroad
12. Moonflow
13. Guadosalam.House
14. Thunder Plains. Agency (Tell Rin that your study is going okay)
15. Macalania Woods
16. Lake Macalania
17. Sanubia Desert
18. Sanubia Desert
19. Al Bhed Home
20. Al Bhed Home. Living Quarters
21. Al Bhed Home. Main Corridor
22. Bevelle Temple (Must acquire immediately after the wedding)
23. The Calm Lands
24. Remiem Temple (Near chocobo)
25. The Calm lands
26. Omega Ruins

Cactuar locations
Oasis: Near the first save point.
Oasis: Teleport back to the airship and go on the outside deck.
Sanubia Desert (east): In an alcove to the east; north of the tent with the save sphere.
Sanubia Desert (west): Search the sign near the Cactuar rock that reads “20% Off”.
Sanubia Desert (central): Near the ruins to the west; Look for the two Cactuars that are running in the desert.
Sanubia Desert (east): Near the save point under the tent.
Sanubia Desert (central): Trapped in a treasure chest in the far west.
Sanubia Desert (west): Inside one of the sand whirlpools; you must exit and re-enter the area.
Sanubia Desert: Return to the Cactuar statue and the last one automatically appears behind you.

Jecht Sphere locations
1. Obtained automatically after defeating the Spherimorph.
2. Besaid Village, to the right of the temple.
3. Onboard the S.S. Liki.
4. Luca Stadium in Basement A of Auroch’s locker room.
5. Mi’hen highroad, southern most part.
6. Mushroom rock road, near the elevator.
7. South Moonflow.
8. South Macalaina Woods.
9. Mt. Gagazet.
10. Entrance/path to Thunder Plains; where two men tell you to see Seymour.

Blitzball Easy Win Bug
Whenever you are playing Blitzball, and currently are winning (i.e. your score is higher than the other team’s) just swim behind your own goalie. Stay there and everyone else on the field will go to the other side and swim in circles.

Sometimes, a member of the opposite team will follow you. Just shake him loose (breaking through him is an easy way) and he too will just leave you alone. Stay there for the remainder of the game and you will win.

Blitzball Easy Experience
During a blitzball game go to one of the corners on the right side of the arena so that the other team’s players leave you alone (also referred to as the easy win bug). While there pass to the player nearby and have them pass the ball repeatedly between each other. Each pass gives you 1 EXP which can rack up a lot of experience by half-time already.

Defeating Evrae Atlana easily
When you fight Evrae Atlana underwater in Bevelle, simply use some Phoenix Downs on her and she should die quickly. If you don’t have any Phoenix Downs, X-Potions and Elixers work wonders against her as well.

Secret Farplane Scene
After you get the Airship go back to Guadosalam. Follow Tromell up to the Farplane. Talk with Lulu to view the secret scene.

Get Yojimbo at a reduced price
To acquire Yojimbo at the lowest possible price, do the following – When he asks you why you wish to have him join you, select the 3rd option “To defeat the most powerful of enemies”. His initial demand will be 250,000. Offer him 125,001.

He will counter with 225,000. Offer him 112,501. He will counter with 202,500. Offer him 141,751. He will give his final offer of 190,350. You can now acquire him at 190,350 or offer him 571,050 to get him and 2 Teleport Spheres.

Easily defeat Defender X
Use Provoke on him. As long as you don’t switch out the character who used Provoke (this includes by summoning), Defender X will only attack them and no one else, and only with Blast Punch, which cannot kill you, making it impossible to lose.

Skip Djose Temple
When you initially arrive at Djose Temple, you’ll find Lucil riding a chocobo. You need to get in her way so as she approaches the temple; if done correctly, Tidus will glide to the area where a cutscene occurs.

Skip Lucil’s text box and you should be able to freely move during the cutscene. If you move toward the other road next to the one leading to the temple, you can skip Djose Temple: however, note that this will prevent you from getting Ixion and the treasures within the temple.

Overdrive: Energy Blast for Valefor
Valefor also has a second Overdirve that you can acquire once Yuna joins the party. Return to Besaid and speak to the little girl with a dog standing next to the temple, and you’ll receive an item that gives Valefor the Overdrive Energy Blast. If the little girl isn’t near the temple, then look for her inside the item shop. Energy Blast inflicts greater damage at the cost of a higher recovery time.

Additionally, if you can’t find the little girl, simply talk to the shopkeeper in the item shop. Choose “Leave” and she’ll mention her dog dug up something strange. Find the dog (it will either be roaming near the temple, be in the item shop, or in the last hut on the right from the entrance to the village – the one where the looming citizens are) and talk to it. You’ll obtain the item which will then grant Valefor the Energy Blast Overdrive.

Talk to little girl with a dog standing next to temple or inside the item shop, or talk to the shopkeeper, the talk to the dog in the village.

Beat Seymour Flux Boss easily
Seymour Flux is a Boss that appears in Mt Gagazet. This boss is a transformation of Seymour and he is very strong, even stronger than the last Boss. His deadly attack can kill all party instantly. But there is a trick to be able to defeat it easily. The trick is by filling up all the overdrive aeons before fighting with him.

To fill the full aeon overdrive is easily, just summon the Aeons against normal enemies in Mt Gagazet then use boost ability and let the enemy attack Aeon until overdrive full. Do this to all Aeons until their overdrive is full. Make sure you get Yuna’s overdrive full before boss fight.

Once it is ready, restore your health in the save sphere, battle with Seymour Flux and then call all Aeons and directly use Overdrive. After using the overdrive Aeon will die soon, after that, call another Aeon and use overdrive again. In this way, the Boss health will be much decreased and easier to beat. This method can also be used to defeat another boss easily.

Get Weapons and Armor with 4 Empty Slots
Weapons and armor with 4 empty slots are very rare, and even you get only once in the game. You can get this by defeating fiends Varuna and Adamantoise. This weapon and armous is very useful because you can modify it by giving ability as you want. But did you know? there is a merchant named Wantz (O’aka’s younger brother) who sell it for 100,000 gil.

Wantz will appear in Macalania Woods after unlock airship sphere where you can visit the previous place. But to be able find this person, you should talk to Oaka or Wantz each time you meet him on the way. Otherwise, Wantz will not appear ini Macalania Wood. Especially when you walking in Mt Gagazet there will be a vendor named Wantz on the right side.

If tou miss it, that means you have to repeat go to the place before meet this merchant at Mt Gagazet. If you can not repeat from there, then you have to repeat from the beginning.

Defeating Nemesis
Nemesis is the hardest Boss ini monster Arena. He looks like Omega Dugeon from Omega Ruins. He can kill entire party instantly with his ability Armageddon.

Get 3 legendary weapon and 3 character with 200+ stats. We do to help you beat the nemesis is have ultimate armours which are 4 slotted armours with the abilities just like this. Auto Pheonix, Auto Haste, Auto-Protect, and Auto-Potion. Auto Pheonix will help you , revive someone without using a turn. Auto-Haste will allow you to move quicker than the enemy.

Auto-Protect will help you tremendously with damage so when the Nemesis hits someone it will reduce it by half. And Auto-Potion will help you heal you low hp character(don’t have potions or hi potions in you inventory because if you do auto potion will use the lowest form of potion to heal yourself, so only have like x-potions and mega potions). Also, have you 3 front line characters learn Quick Hit so you can get 3 times the amounts in which means triple damage.

If you already unlocked nemesis then I assume that most of your characters if not all of them have most of their stats at least above 200 or more. Or if you don’t want to use your characters you could certainly use your Aeons like the more powerful ones such as Anima, Yojimbo, Bahamut, and of course the Magus Sisters.

Also have most of your ultimate weapons for your character such as Caladbolg, Nirvana, Godhand, etc. So as long as you have most of that stuff you should hopefully do really well. Although it might take a little while since Nemesis has about 10 million hp (10,000,000). Before he cast Armageddon use Auto-Life to make you survive and then revive another character.

Dark Aeon Location
If you live in Europe or have bought the Final Fantasy X: International version in Japan then you can fight 8 bonus bosses called Dark Aeons, they are really hard so I suggest you save before you try. When you beat them you’ll receive lots of AP and some accessory. In this guide, you’ll get the locations of the Dark Aeons.
Dark Anima: You’ll find this one at the gates of Mt. Gagazet.
Dark Bahamut: Head over to the Chamber of Fayth in the Zanarkand Ruins.
Dark Ifrit: This one is located in the ruins of the Al Bhed city.
Dark Ixion: Talk to the man by the Lighting Rod in the Thunder Plains.
Dark Magus Sisters: Located at Mushroom Rock not far from the exit of Mi’ihen Highroad.
Dark Shiva: You’ll meet her at the entrance to the Macalania Temple.
Dark Valefor: Dark Valefor will be waiting for you at the entrance of Besaid.
Dark Yojimbo: You’ll find him to the the Caverns of the Stolen Fayth.

Penance Location
Penance will appear after all Dark Aeons are defeated, a scene will show that Penance is above the Calm Lands. You must select Penance in the list of locations to fight it (in the airship sphere). Defeating Penance in the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster version earns the trophy Perseverance.



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