Two of the most beloved Final Fantasy
games, FFV & FFVI, combined into one
title. Each game has been remastered to
include never-before seen movies, and a
front package that features original
artwork from Yoshitaka Amano.
Soundtrack CD also included.
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RPG fans get ready for the two most loved Final Fantasy titles on
one CD. Final Fantasy VI brings back all of the qualities that made
it the best selling RPG of its time, and adds a few bonuses to this
re-release. Final Fantasy V will be released for the first time in the
United States and offers gamers many innovative features. 


The innovative Job System allows characters to gain special skills and abilities
by equipping different "Jobs". Use a total of 21 different Jobs, each with unique abilities and

The compeling Battle System will keep gamers into each battle but allows for
easy adjustment of tactics and strategies.

The unique magic system grants magic powers to the characters giving them
an arsenal of spells to cast on their enemies.

The optional side quests give players the opportunity to meet up with some of
the most powerful bosses in the Final Fantasy series.

Combining two titles from the highly acclaimed Final Fantasy series,
Final Fantasy Anthology offers PlayStation owners a glimpse into
the past of the most successful role playing series of all time. 

Huge worlds, in-depth storylines, innovative battles and magic
systems and an incredible cast of characters all make for an
incredibly deep gaming experience. 

The inclusion of Final Fantasy V marks the first time this title has
appeared on a console in North America. Featuring ground breaking
play mechanics, Final Fantasy V provides unparalleled freedom in
character development. 

Final Fantasy VI, originally released as Final Fantasy III on the
SNES in the US, brings one of the most successful RPG's in history
to the PlayStation for the first time. 

Both games in this compilation feature never-before-seen CG
movies, adding to the appeal of these classics. Packaged with a
bonus CD containing favorite scores from both titles, Final Fantasy
Anthology is sure to be an instant collector's item. 

Iria  on Monday, July 24, 2000 at 08:02:52
What was so bad about ffVII? i thought it was a really good game and it was a big improvement from ffVI, it's not that 
i don't like it, but i think ffVII's plot was a lot better.  by the way, in ffVI, how do u kill wrexsoul?? i've been trying to kill
it for an hour now!!!! ok, i exaggerate. i've been trying to kill it for 59 


Gaven on Monday, July 10, 2000 at 00:33:37
FF6 is one of the best rpgs of all time. It has two of the best characters that i have ever seen in Shadow and Kefka. 
Shadow is simply a bad ass and Kefka is a true evil mastermind. I wish that Square would release ff4 in the US but 
i can wait.
Ralin Jase  on Wednesday, July 5, 2000 at 22:27:53
Well I was already a fan of ff6 before I played the anthologies, but the cinematic scenes really do make it worth 
getting again. ff5 is cool too, but I'm stuck on a part where I gotta find a moogle or something'. Anyhow, the thing 
that interests me most about the anthologies is in ff6. Shadow. There are so many rumors about that lad, and I don't 
know what to believe anymore. Some say there are four dreams, some say five, some say seven! I even heard 
somewhere that if you can get all the dreams, spoiler. Do not read on if you wish to enjoy shadow's part of the ending. 
Skip a few lines or stop reading entirely.) shadow won't kill himself in the ending. Now I think that would be really cool, 
but I also think it's bullshit...could someone confirm this or something'? Anyway, it's obvious to most that Shadow is,
(spoiler again. Sorry. Skip a few lines or just stop.) Relm's father. Anyway, I would really like to know more about this, 
and if anyone knows something that I don't, please post it here or something' so I can read it. Now enough about 
Shadow, what's the deal with Gogo? Is there a reason for his mysterious nature? Or is he just a no-good, copycatin' 
nobody? If had idea's, but I'll bet they're all dumb anyway. I was thinking' maybe it was relm's mother, (spoiler) Shadow's 
wife, but then I got to thinking' and I realized that wasn't likely. The momento ring can be used by both relm and shadow. 
It represents the love of a dead mother, and I believe that relm's mother died and that's why she had it, and why shadow 
can use it. or maybe we're meant to think that, and she never died, just made it seem that way. That's why Gogo is so 
mysterious that I can't even tell for sure whether it's a man or a woman. Far fetch eh? That's what I think too. Oh well, 
it's always fun to make up bullshit like that anyway. anyway, it's a great game and if you ever have an insight about a 
character like shadow or gogo, or anyone else, let me know and I'll either find out the truth, or make up an entertaining 
story to cover up. By the way, don't you think Terra and general Leo should have been together? That wouldn't been 
nice. hee hee...right on the boat deck where they have that nice little chat. I still think kefka should'a been harder. If 
your still reading at this point and haven't been overcome by boredom, I must say you have an incredible attention 
span and great patience, and I would like to thank you for reading my jabber...farewell friends.

-Ralin Jase, 
in this world and the next
life is but a fantasy
the final fantasy

Sabin's deciple  on Thursday, June 22, 2000 at 16:12:27
Dude i cant find the cinimas  where in the game are they
Jempet  on Thursday, June 8, 2000 at 14:46:07
To go along with killing the statues in the basement of Bal castle...if you summon on the statues and 
then kill them, you will get a crystal helmet for ever statue killed every single time. They can be sold 
for 5,000 gold. I stocked upto 99 of them and now
am rich. 
??????? (none) on Monday, January 31, 2000 at 14:15:49
Tips and tricks for ff6:
-gogo has many more skills other than mimic(go to the status screen and move the cursor to choose his commands)
-getting alexander and all cyans' skills(sleep in doma with cyan in your party to embark on a sub-adventure... 
alexander in throne room, you learn all the swd techniques when you kill wrex soul0
-in odins' castle(ancient castle under figaro), step down 5 and right once, then press and you should hear a 
sound(from the left seat you go down 5 and left/right 1, i can't quite remember). go to the room on the right and 
there should be a staircase. there is a dragon down there and a statue tha turns odin to raiden.
-slaying all 8 dragons gives you the esper, crusader. dragons are in:
-phoenix cave
-fanatics' tower
-2 in kefkas' tower
-ancient castle(staircase to statue)
-mt zozo
-opera house
-steal from dragons on floating continents to get genji gloves
-steal an atma weapon from goddess in kefka's tower(one person must have it equipped when fighting her)
-buy the esper zoneseek in the world of ruin for a much better bargain(i believe you get it for 500 gp in wor and 
5000 gp in wob).
-there's a moogle charm behind mog when you get him in the wor(a relic that allows no random encounters).
-hidon is the only monster you can learn the lore"grand train from", a power lore. beat all the little hidons which 
cause him to do grand train.
-beat brachosaur easily, simply have relm control it(you must have relic "fake mustache" to get the command 
"control", found in the cave where you find gogo).
Sandy Martin  on Saturday, January 29, 2000 at 19:31:35
I Love Anthology i have now played every FINAL FANTASY GAME EVER MADE FROM THE 
First Game To Anthology. What I Love About FINAL FANTASY GAMES IS THAT
you find Characters the you love, you hate, and the story is unbeleveable 
you feel like you live in the FINAL FANTASY world . The Reason The Games Are so 
Excellent is because they know what you want they bring out every bit of 
Fantasy and i love all the games i have tried every rumour and they don't work
maybe some but not all seeing is beleving.
Steven Dickerson  on Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 21:26:49
On the anthology final fantasy 6 i saw squall when youre loading a game do you know if u can play as him
Ian Smith  on Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 18:37:54
I think its cool how there are remastering FFV & FFVI. I haven't beeten FFVI or FFV butit brigs back memories 
from the snes days. who cares about graphics when you have a true role playing game unlike some others that 
were to easy. FFVII & FFVIII might have better graghics but there not even close to being as much fun as FFVI 
(my favorite).
on my scale Final Fantasy Anthology rates a 10 on a 1 to 10 scale
Mike Hall  on Friday, January 14, 2000 at 11:38:48

Is there a final fantasy four, if there is e-mail me at

Ian  on Wednesday, January 12, 2000 at 00:59:46
I commend SquareSoft for finally releasing Final Fantasy Five in the US. What I really think is a lame 
excuse for sucking as much money from the public is including Final Fantasy Three. I am not argueing 
that FF3 is a bad game. Actually I think it is the best of the series, like many others. What I am saying is 
that it costs Square next to nothing to include Final Fantasy Three in the Anthology collection, yet they 
charge us about $15 for it? What SquareSoft could have and should have done is sold Final Fantasy 5 on 
the PSX with the music CD and charged something like $24.99. I know that many people would have happily 
not paid the extra $15 dollars.
Now lets say that SquareSoft did do the ABSOLUTE worst and make us all fork out cash for a game that 
we already own. Well, at least we get an added bonus section, and BADASS CGI sequinces. Oh, wait a 
minute, I have to play through a fifty hour game before I can even see most of them more than once. Come 
on folks, the LEAST SquareSoft could have done is made the bonus section accessable from the beggining 
of the game.
But hey, other than that, I'm glad that I have a brand-new Final Fantasy Game to add to my library.
Well, feel free to E-mail me at the adress above.

Talk to you all later,

Bort Mcnutz  on Monday, January 10, 2000 at 10:03:58

FF5 is awesome I can't get enough of the porny cats who vomit excess muka. I feel that FF6 is cool 
because of the nocamach kabrat porky dogs with the homophobic anarexia disorder with the stigma.

Bort Mcnutz  on Monday, January 10, 2000 at 10:05:44

In FF5 to get the original Dawn Warriors to join you follow these simple directions:
1. Bite the honky cat with the moka do reo.
2. Snozal the doctile mistala cream with Hokroe's semen.
3. The final step is to fondle the elf's cookies while flying the dog.

VBcoOl12  on Sunday, January 9, 2000 at 21:46:42

This is a tip to beat the giant metal like crab boss(A clay crab) in FFV before you get the airship on the 
crescent island.As soon as the battle starts. (This only words if you have a ninja) throw out as many 
LightningSkills as you have (2 should do the trick)

Final fantasy Master  on Thursday, January 6, 2000 at 14:54:42

If anyone is having trouble with FFVI,email me, and I can help. I'm pretty sure I know everything about this 
game. (you can also email me if you wanna test my FFVI knowledge) I'm almost done FFV to, it is a masterpiece.

Clint Morrow  on Wednesday, December 29, 1999 at 19:02:36
Easy Money and Experience-FFV
A good way to get experience + cash in the first world is as follows:
1. Have a ninja in your party.
2. Buy at least 20 lightning skills at Rikks (this means you must have the black
chocobo or the airship to do this)
3. Go to the Eastern Village, where you find Ramuh.
4. Run around on the grass and plains (not forest-Mythril Dragons suck) and fight Black Flames and Stone 

Any type of Skill (lightning, water, etc.) will kill all of the Black Flames,
but only a lightning skill can instantly kill the Stone Golems. Normally, doing this, you will run into 5 Black 
Flames at a time. This fight will net you almost
900 GP, over 300 ex. and 3 JP. Another battle is against 2 Black Flames and a Stone Golem. This will net 
you about 500 GP, 200+ ex., and 2 JP. Either way, after you've used all of the skills up, you'll have a GREAT 
DEAL MORE CASH THAN YOU STARTED WITH. You will also have gone up a few levels.

Darwin Schmitzer  on Sunday, December 26, 1999 at 09:25:06
If you have started or are in to a game this will help. If you get farther than were you are at when you save 
and die in final fantasy 5 you will have whatever you earned when you have got farther.
Steven Patton  on Saturday, December 25, 1999 at 20:57:48
This game is a must have for collectors, i own it and love it. it is no differnt than the original snes versions 
other than the opening cinema and side quests.
Steven Patton  on Saturday, December 25, 1999 at 20:57:06
(In case you dont know.) Casting life, pheonix down, or revive on undead things kills them instantly, and 
the numbers of the clock in the building in Zozo is 6, 10, 50.
Leon Kinney  on Monday, December 20, 1999 at 13:02:59
On ff5 if you have the rom and the zsnes emulator when you get to the ship there is a place where you 
have to go below the ship and you cannot see. If you want to see the things around and in the rooms 
you have to play around with the layers a little bit. I got through and i am not that good so if this helps 
e-mail me some gratitude. E-mail
Paladin  on Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 14:49:10
This is a Final Fantasy V tip:

     Do you want to get the last job "MIME" ?

     How? Well you have to wait until you make it to world 
     three.  Once you have gotten that far, you might remember
     that in world one there was a tower called Walse tower that
     sunk.  It still exists in world three but underwater.  You
     must have the converted Tri-Phibian airship (you know the
     one that turns into the sub).  Find the tower, it's one of
     the white dots that appears in the map underwater (press 
     the "square []" button) and run into it.  You will be able 
     to enter the tower and go from the top to the bottom of it.
     At the bottom you will meet a monster called Gogo (here is
     where that character comes from FF III/VIj fans!).  When 
     fight him listen to what he tells you, to beat him you must
     emulate his actions.  Therefore if he does nothing, you do
     nothing just choose a non-attack like DEF. or !GUARD. When
     you win you will get the last crystal shard for the "MIME"
     job! It needs 999ABP to level up, so prepare to work to
     master it. 

                                      -FF PALADIN

FF Paladin  on Sunday, December 19, 1999 at 15:44:46
Final Fantasy Anthology Review.              By: The FF Paladin

Now available Final Fantasy Anthology newly released by square, 
PlayStation gamers can now enjoy not only FF VI
(III snes) but the previously unreleased FF V too! 

    Final Fantasy VI/III(usa): 
    While the game is a little lacking with its Mode 7 graphics
    as compared to it's more graphically intense and newer 
    3D rendered companions FF VII and FF VIII, Final 
    Fantasy III is still a challenging and entertaining
    game for any serious Final Fantasy fan.  The coolest
    feature of this re-release is the CG Cinemas that are like
    those seen in FF VIII, and the bonus room feature.  In the
    bonus room you can view CG Cinemas, See a complete 
    Bestairy with stats, drops, and steals for every monster
    and boss, an item conversion guide for the colloseum, and
    a art clip gallery.  While saving and game loading takes
    some time for the PlayStation I think that is a small
    negative when compared to the entertainment one will get 
    from playing this great title.

  Final Fantasy V:
    Final Fantasy Five the secret square soft FF title is now
    available for a limited time in the U.S. COOL!!!  This game
    is a slight cross between Final Fantasy IV/II(usa) and 
    Final Fantasy VI/III(usa).  It has some mode 7 graphics as
    those seen in Final Fantasy VI/III(usa).  FF V has a cool
    music score that is much like the sounds heard in Secret
    of Mana, which was released in the U.S. instead of Final 
    Fantasy V, presumably to get square into the minds of 
    Zelda fans.  If there is a good reason for Square to have
    not released this game in the US.  That aside there is also
    CG Cinema opener and closers to this game. The most unique
    part of the game is the Job/Ability System.  In FF IV all 
    one had to do to get a character with abilities was to go
    to Setzer's airship to and change parties.  In FF V the 
    Job system allowed you to customise the Five and only player
    controlled characters in the game.  Which is cool because 
    you only had four statuses to worry about leveling up not 
    14 and you could mix and match characters, like a Knight 
    that can cast black magic etc..  I think that Final Fantasy
    VII finally combined the two ideas by allowing the player
    to access the different characters in the menu like the 
    job system but use different characters like the party 
    system using the PHS.  Overall this game is wonderfull with
    a great story line and cool music and many player 
    customizable features.  The only drawbacks are the Save/Load
    time is slow and to the PlayStation player the graphics will
    seem primative and archaic. But I'm glad square released it
    here in the U.S. 


    The anthology is very cool!!! Anyone with a PlayStation and
    true Final Fantasy Love needs this for their collection.  The 
    only thing I would like to say is Why the H**L didn't 
    square release FINAL FANTASY FOUR in the USA Anthology like
    it did in Japan!!!! That is the game that got me hooked on
    FF and has arguably the best RPG story line EVER! I would
    give an arm and a leg for an english version of the fully
    translated FF IV on the playstation with it's CG Cinemas.
    If you really want it, FF IV for PlayStation is sold 
    as a single but in Japanese on the Net.  But for now
    we have a great Anthology and it even has a music CD so 
    get yours now because I hear that it is limited production! 

Pasuale Cornacchia (nella690) on Saturday, December 18, 1999 at 14:27:34
The game is the best in the series of final fantasy!!!
Go out to buy it now!! This game is a must have ESPECIALLY
if you are into final fantasy!! I thought the story was geat and graphics!!!!
Matt Brockway  on Thursday, December 16, 1999 at 16:34:54
I had just breezed through Final Fantasy 8, when I started to get nostalgic.  So I bought Anthology.  I 
admit at first I was dissapointed, but then I started to really get into it.  i had already beaten FF6 when 
it was on the Super Nintendo But FF5 was a different story. It took awhile to get used to how slow it 
was, cosidering I was used to FF8.  However,the story and job classes made up for it.  Another thing 
that I hated was the fact it seemed to take forever to build up your job classs.  Although by the time I 
finished it my characters were so pimped out that I quickly changed my tune.  Now I'm gonna start FF6. 
I'm hoping that they changed it around alittle just so that it will give me as much enjoyment as I got out 
of FF5.  If not, oh well I got my moneys' worth out of FF5.  I my opinion Squaresoft struck pay dirt when
they decided to make Anthology.  It almost made me wish I still had my NES so I could play the original 
Final Fantasy.  Maybe this will usher ina whole new series of Anthology games.  I know that I for one w
ould love to see Dragon Warrior or Zelda Anthology.
Steven Holte  on Saturday, December 11, 1999 at 22:09:30
FF6 Lete River Trick

To do this trick you will need a turbo type controller.

After the meeting in the Returner Hideout you get on a raft on the Lete River.  Before you get on the raft 
go to the config menu on the menu screen and set the cursor to memory and save.  Get on the raft and 
when it asks you which way to go choose the wrong way, whenever you get in a battle have Sabin, Terra, 
and Edgar use the Fight command, and have Banon use Health. Set the confirm button to automatic. Let 
the game sit for a few days.  You now have charecters around levels 60-99. Happy gaming.

Warning!  This may cause the game to be very boring.

Tiny Tim  on Wednesday, December 8, 1999 at 21:34:03
I am currently working on five.  And it is an exelent game. I also have FF1 At some point I intend to have a 
complete FF collection.
Silver Dragoon  on Wednesday, December 1, 1999 at 14:14:08
This game, is one of the greatest. Final Fantasy 5, one of the best, has the job system. This system is 
simple to use and not hard to master. The characters all blend in and the story runs smoothly together to 
make a great game. Final Fantasy VI, included, is no better or no worse. It is one of it's time also. It has 
plenty of characters with wide ranging abilities to suit anyone. it has a great storyline involving love, it also 
has some great action. It was one of my favorite. Together these two games put together makes a great 
classic which people will come back to again and again.
Andrew Newton  on Tuesday, November 30, 1999 at 20:48:53
It was a good idea to re-introduce these two classics to Final Fantasy fans across
America.  Although it's Japanese counterpart (Final Fantasy Collection) contained
FFIV and Anthology didn't, Square of America Made up for it with a music CD.
Dan Brown  on Wednesday, November 24, 1999 at 07:50:20
This anthology is great.  I own FF6 (FF3) on Super Nintendo but I still played it on the Playstation.  FF5 
is very fun if you can get past the 16-bit graphics.  I have been spoiled by FF7 and FF8 graphics but all 
in all FF5 is a very good game.
I highly recommend buying this.  Actually you should buy this before FF7 or FF8 so you know how the 
series progresses, ability wise.  All in all I give FF5 a 8 and I give ff6 a 10 (it's my favorites of the whole series).
Ara Darkhunter  on Tuesday, November 23, 1999 at 22:01:51
In the world of Ruin, just north of Thamasa, on the Hidon's island rests a monster called the Zone Eater. 
Fight one, and just let it inhale your entire party.  (that's right, inhale them)  You'll end up inside a dungeon 
with many puzzles, including little green men with an affinity for pushing you off bridges, and a falling roof. 
At the end you'll find Gogo, one of the game's more elusive secret characters.
Danny  on Monday, November 22, 1999 at 13:51:13
If you want to know anything from the easyest way to kill someone to where to find an item, e-mail me.  I 
have been playing Final Fantasy III Since 4th grade. I have pritty much mastered the game. 
E-mail at
Jason Mccoy  on Friday, November 19, 1999 at 17:47:02
This game includes FFVI The greatest final fantasy for 3 reasons. The plot and storyline are invigorating and 
won't soon be forgotten.
2 Kefka is the only TRUE villain I've seen and because he was born evil he dies evil. That's what makes him 
so great. Not like some good guy turned evil or vise vresa. Kefaka has no good intentions and he lets you know!!!
And 3 The music is definately memorable. The opening theme movie with the music is enough to knock you 
into next tuesday. I would even go as far to say this game beats FFVIII because of those three reasons. I'll 
take 16 bit graphics and a good story over FF8's pathetic story and great graphics any day.
Heath Hall  on Friday, November 19, 1999 at 08:18:44
In FFVI in the esper cave use a phenox down or a revrify to kill almost any enemy.  On the floating island do 
the same for a lot of the enemyies. Cast vanish and then cast doom on most of the bosses or enemies in the 
game to kill them instantly.
Cn  on Thursday, November 18, 1999 at 17:16:33
Its great although Ive already gotten half way through five and beat six(three)
Collin Grimes  on Tuesday, November 16, 1999 at 18:04:19
This game completely rocks.  i say this because i own every final fantasy game out there and this one is good. 
it doesn't have that good of graphics but the story line beats all.  personally the FF6 story line is the best, but 
then again FF8*** has the best graphics and a good story.  the anthology is totally worth buying.  you get two 
classics for the price of one.

Sincerely Collin Grimes

Tim Barnes  on Monday, November 15, 1999 at 01:37:43
FFV: I havent beat the game yet but so far its one of the best games ive ever played its very unique i love the 
job system it makes character Development so much more personal i give it a 9 out of 10.

FFVI:ive beaten this one when it was for super nintendo(FFIII) this is the best 16 bit game ever made it has a 
great story line great characters,I think the new featers rock like the new art gallery and the CGI (Computer 
Generated Images) I love Sabin's Blitz moves & Mog's dances, Mog is my favorite character,Igive FFVI 10 out 
of 10 stars.

Anthology(both):I love the new CGI sequences & the soundtrack CD Nobuo Uematsu's music is very beautiful 
it touches your soul I give Final Fantasy Anthology 10 out of 10 stars if you dont already have it buy it before 
it goes out of print.

Tim Barnes :-)

Tim Barnes  on Monday, November 15, 1999 at 01:44:54
Use Blue magick Death Claw to defeat Ramuh the summon monster
Blufool  on Saturday, November 13, 1999 at 16:45:18

Graphics:3.5  This is a 16 bit game so i wouldn't think the graphics are the best.  However the CG's are great 
and the baddies are pretty detailed

Control: 4.0  The controls are right on the nose and the easiness of surfing through the menu and combining 
caracter classes is great

Sound: 4.5  The sound is a little rouch and you can tell its older technology but the music creates a sense of 
discovery, suspense, and adventure.

Fun: 5.0: 4 words this game is adictave.

Overall: 5.0 a great game! 

The Stupid Code King  on Sunday, October 17, 1999 at 10:12:30
I have a code for Final Fantasy VI; it lets you get a secret weapon called the WolfHead.  First off, when you get 
into the World of Ruin, you have to save Cid (by feeding him fish), or this code won't work.  Later in the game, 
once you have all the characters back (and the 2 secret characters), put Terra, Gogo, Locke, and Mog in your 
group, and in that order.  Get them all at level 55, and then unequip all their weapons, armor, relics, and Espers. 
Then, go to Cid and talk with him 55 times.  You will then get an item called Bacon.  Go bet it in the Colosseum. 
You'll fight an enemy called the Infected Camel, and you'll get the WolfHead if you defeat it.  The WolfHead looks 
like a Special Item on the menu screen (boomerangs, whips, etc.), but when it's equipped and used in battle, it 
looks like the Illumina sword, except that it's thrown at the enemy. Only Locke, Mog, and Setzer can use this 
strange weapon.  In status, it shows having 255 in all attributes(the WolfHead, not the character), except for 
Battle Power, which it has 0 of.  However, when you go into battle and attack with this weapon, it will hit all 
enemies on screen for 9,999 damage every time!
Final Fantasy Anthology Tips

Easy Ability Points in FF5
For easy ability points (say, 4-8 per battle!) go to the basement of Bal Castle in World 2. Here you'll encounter Statues in
groups of 2 (4 ability points) or 5 (8 ability points). However, you will most likely find yourself having difficulty with these stone
warriors. Using a Soft potion will kill them instantly! Just keep stocking up on Soft potions and master all those classes that
require hundreds of ability points!

Easy Kills in FF6
To instantly destroy almost any monster (including most bosses), simply cast Vanish on them, then use X-Zone. It will instantly
destroy all invisible enemies. Use Doom if there is only 1 enemy.

Easy Spell Learning in FF6
Fly to the Triangular Island after learning the Doom spell. You'll eventually come across an invisible sleeping enemy. Use Doom
on him. He might cast Meteo. Each victory you eek out nets you 10 magic points towards spell learning.
Equip everyone with the Esper they are lacking in and fly them to the Miranda Desert. Each Hoover here gives you 5 Magic
Points, while each Cactuar nets you 10.

Easy experience points in FF5
In final fantasy 5, once you get the summon Bahamut, there is an incredibly good and easy way to get tons of experience points.
Youll notice that if you follow the mountain range south from North Mountain,(the place where you got Bahamut,) there is a
small patch of trees where you landed your black chocobo to get to the desert. Now that your there, simply walk up and down
in the area of the desert thats RIGHT next to the forest. There, you will encounter enemys, which you can EASILY kill with one
hit by using Bahamut. The enemys in that area can give you from 1200-1500 experience points! Just simply keep using Bahamut
first-thing in every battle, and once your summoner runs out of magic points, simply take your black chocobo, and fly a little
ways south to a town where you can use an Inn, and fully restore your HP and MP, and then simply go back to the desert and
repeat the process. *NOTE: This will only work in THE THIRD WORLD.. but once you get to the third world, this is easily
the best way to gain levels in the entire game!

Easy experience points in FF6
Before the Lete River quest, set your config on "memory". Next, go through Lete River to the part where if you go up, you
circle and come back to the same spot. Choose up and enter a battle. Have Edgar, Terra, and Sabin attack while Banon uses
"Health". If you set a turbo controller for this, you can leave it on all night.
Equip Phantom and the Exp. Egg on one person, and have them fly to Doma Island. Immediately into a battle, cast Phantom.
Fight here. Each battle grants you 6000-11,000 EXP per victory. The Tumbleweeds have a spell that removes invisibility, so be
careful. After you get a person to level 80+ here, you should fly to the Dino Forest near the Veldt. The enemies here give you
lots more, but they have spells that remove your invisibility.

Economizer Relic in FF6
This relic is very useful as it reduces your magic cost to 1 point per spell! Here are three ways to get it:

1. Go to the Phoenix Cave with Locke in one of your parties. Steal from the Apuila (A bird creature) and you will get an
Economizer. Try several times because sometimes you'll just get Fenix Downs.

2. Go to the forest east of Gau's father's house. Sometimes a Brachiosaur appears. Fight it (VERY HARD) and sometimes it
drops an Economizer.

3. Go to the Coliseum and bet a Gem Box. If you win the battle you'll receive an Economizer.

Gain Levels Overnight in FF6
You need a turbo controller for this trick. On the Lete River, when you go in circles select fight, fight, health, and auto crossbow
using memory (config menu) if you do this correctly you can leave it sitting overnight and be at level 50 - 65 the next day.

NOTE: It probably isn't good for to leave your PSX on all night.

Get Edgar's Chainsaw in FF6
To get Edgar's chainsaw, In Zozo, there should be a clock in one of the buildings. The answer to the clock puzzle is 6 hours, 10
minutes, and 50 seconds. 

Get Gogo and Umaro in FF6
GOGO - in the world of ruins go to the triangle island and fight a zone eater let it suck your party up and you can find Gogo.

UMARO - Go to Narshe in the world of ruins then go up to where the esper Tritoch is. Fight the esper and he will give you his
powers then a chunk of the mountain will fall down. If you enter the hole you will find a maze that leads to the Terrato esper,
some magicite, and Umaro. If you have Mog in your team he will join you.

Get Mog in FF6
To get Mog before the world of ruin go to narshe after you get your girl from ZoZo. (It should automatically send you there.)
Walk out of the elders house after she says she'll talk to the Espers. Then go to the house with all the treasures in it. (It's on the
east side of the town on the upper level.)

You will see Lone wolf stealing the tresure out of the locked chest. follow him out, he will lead you up to the Esper, he will
threaten to throw Mog off the edge the. Then the Esper will knock them both off, they will both be hanging on. If you save Lone
Wolf he will give you the gold hair pin that he got out of the chest, if you save Mog he will join your party.

Get the Exp. Egg in FF6
In Darill's Tomb(World of Ruin) you can find the exp. egg relic. It doubles the number of exp. points a character gets after a
battle. First, find the seemingly worthless room with four tombstones. On them will be carved four-letter phrases that make no
sense. Then find the room with the blank tomb-stone in the upper left area of the tomb. Go to the tombstone, it will ask you to
carve an inscription. The four nonsense phrases will appear. Carefully select each one in an order to where the phrases lined up
will say " The world is square". Then you will be told where to find the egg. In the third basement , a wall will have opened up to
the right of the trasure chest. Walk through the wall and get the egg. 

Get the Genji Glove in FF6
You can get a Genji Glove when you are at the returners base for the first time when you go outside and talk to Bannon. When
he asks you to become the last ray of hope (or something or other) say no, he will send you inside. Go back out and say no
again, he will again send you back in - go out one more time and say no again he will send you inside and the injured soldier will
come in and you will get a Genji Glove instead of the Gauntlet.

Get the Mooglr Charm in FF6
Here's how to get the Moogle charm, possibly the best relic in the game.

When you first find mog, talk to him. he will join your group. after this happens, walk to the wall that was behind him, and press
search. (a) You will receive the charm. With this Item equipped, you cannot be attacked by invisible monsters.

Get the Paladin Shield in FF6
To earn the Paladin Shield, you must get the Cursed shield from an old man in Narsh after you get the Falcon Airship. Equip the
shield, and win 255 battles with it. That will break the curse...and thus, you will now have the Paladin Shield. 

Once the shield becomes the Paladin shield you can complement it nicely by also equipping the ribbon. The character who has
both of these items will be impervious to every ailment except the count down timer.

Get the Rename Card in FF6
During the course of the game, you may find you don't like the names you have selected for your characters. Like if you named
Sabin after your former best friend and you want to change it. Go to the Colosseum and bet the Elixir. If you defeat Cactrot you
win the Rename Card. And if you don't like it, you can bet it for the mysterious Marvel Shoes, if you can beat the Doom
Dragon. Suggestion: Equip a strong character like Cyan with the Genji Glove and Offering to really clean up at the Colosseum!

Get the Second Memento Ring in FF6
Make your way to the second floor of Strago and Relm's house. In the left hand corner (the one with the tables and chairs) face
south and press A to gain another Memento ring.

Getting Shadow in the World of Ruin in FF6
If you can't seem to find Shadow anywhere after you leave him behind and the world blows up, it's because you can't - he's
dead. To avoid this, when the game asks if you want to wait for shadow (before the world of ruins blows up) choose to wait for
him. He'll arrive with 4 seconds left on the timer and your party will automatically book it out of there. You can then find him in
the cave where you usually find Relm. He'll be taken back to Relm's town but will soon leave. Go to the colosseum and put up
the weapon that you found in the Veldt cave. You will be able to fight him - defeat him and he's yours!

How to get the spell Ultima or the Ragonrok in FF6
First you have to get Locke back in the Phoenix Cave(2nd world). After that you must go to Narshe with Locke in your Party.
You go up to the weapon shop and Locke should unlock it. Find a way into the backroom and talk to the man. He will either
Give you the Esper stone with Ultima or he will give you the Ragonrok Sword. I prefer the Ragonrok because it does a critical
hit every time and takes away 9999. Or close to it. But you could Get the stone and that does a good 4000+ to every Enemy. 

Kill the Ghost Train in FF6 easily
To easily kill the Ghost Train use a phoenix down on it. 

Kill the Undead Easily
When in a battle against a ghost or undead enemy you can use a Revivify or Fenix Down from the items menu, and any life
magic. This will kill undead enemies in one shot.

Relic combos in FF6
1. Economiser and Gembox: Lets you cast two spells for 1 mp a piece. (Ultima twice kills most of the final statue parts)
2. Offering and Genji glove: attack eight times in one turn.
3. Offering and Thief glove on locke: He attacks and steals (mugs) 4 times. 

Easy Ability Points in Final Fantasy V
For easy ability points (say, 4-8 per battle!) go to the basement of Bal
Castle in World 2. Here you'll encounter Statues in groups of 2 (4 ability
points) or 5 (8 ability points). However, you will most likely find yourself
having difficulty with these stone warriors. Using a Soft potion will kill them
instantly! Just keep stocking up on Soft potions and master all those
classes that require hundreds of ability points!

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