Final Fantasy Legend 2
Books: GAME BOY Secret Codes - Secret Codes 2003 - Game Boy Games SecretsLast Updated: 10/28/00. Fighting the Wood Man How to build character abilities Easy way to get meat How to find the Seven Sword How do you beat Venus? Where do you find the Seven sword? Get Robots full HP after battle Odin tips Easy way to get experience and money Geting the same attributes over and over Sound tests Garbage can tricks Get maxed out with 999 HP Messed up characters Touch warning Monster Meat tip Arsenal tips Character tips Apolo tips Armor and sword tips Bottle tips Level up quickly 0Damage tip Item tips Buying doors Weapon tip Hints on some of the bosses How to beat major bosses
Fighting the Wood ManSent in by Bryan When fighting the Wood Man in Ashuras tower, use poison and status effects and while he is stalled, use fire and ice and hammer and you beat him in 5-15 turns.
How to build character abilitiesSent in by Norfleet at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! How to build character abilities: Strength can be raised by battling with heavy weaponry like: hammer, axe, Long Sword, Battle Sword, and the Gold Sword. Agility is increased by fighting with light weaponry such as: whip, sabre, sypha, Rapier, Laser Sword, Catclaw. Mana is increased by fighting with magic spells.
Easy way to get meatSent in by Ethan Klotz When you are really far,go back to the world where Ki is and walk around until you find a Spider. Beat it with your best weapon in one hit and you'll have a 99% chance of getting meat!!
How to find the Seven SwordSent in by Norfleet at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! To find the Seven Sword, you must defeat Apollo. When you descend to the center of the earth you may encounter the Haniwa. The Seven Sword will be given to you for beating them. They appear at random and it may take a while for you to get it.
How do you beat Venus?Sent in by Kosal Sin Venus is extremely strong, and can stump for a while. Even though she has no weaknesses, she is strong against fire and ice. Only thunder works, so give her a bad hair day if you have Thunder. Otherwise, just attack with your strongest. Whatever mutant has the highest mana get the cure spell book. If you have no mutants, than use lots of cures. She also likes to confuse you, so be ready to counter that.
Where do you find the Seven sword?Sent in by Shawn LeClair at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! First you must defeat Apollo in the Celestial Temple. After he is dead, go in the room he was guarding and collect all the stuff. Then go down to the center of the room, and step on the tile. Inside, you will encounter enemies called Haniwa. It is very difficult to kill them, because they always use Flare magic, but after beating them, there is a chance that they will drop the Seven Sword, which is extremely helpful against the final boss.
Get Robots full HP after battleSent in by Kim Murphy If any of your characters are robots, the robots can use a trick that can get them full HP after a battle. The amount of HP that they get depends on the armor, weapons, etc. they are wearing. If a robot have low HP just change something like a armor with some other armor, and look at the HP. You can see that the changing of armor cause the HP to go higher. Just keep doing this until the robot has its full HP than change the robots armor to what every you want it to be equipped to.
Odin tipsSent in by WieBe Blitz at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! The best way to defeat Odin and his Creatures is to find the hyper gun in the Nasty Dungond Level. Equip the hyper gun on the character in the first position (so when your party attacks, the hyper gun will go off first). Have all the other characters attack Odin. The hyper gun will destroy ALL of Odin's creatures leaving only him and his Gunnar Spear to take you all on.
Easy way to get experience and moneySent in by WieBe Blitz Feel free to use the Peagasis MAGI to move from town to town. Going back to Astura's tower is a good and easy way to get Experience and Money.
Geting the same attributes over and overSent in by Chuck Heinlen Save on any ground where you can get attacked on, turn the Game Boy off by using the off/on switch. Walk around until you get attacked if you gain any experience then save again, turn the Game Boy off again and start the saved game you just got done playing and walk until you get into another fight again it should be the same enemies that you fought before if they are use the same weapons you used to kill them before and you should get the same attributes you got before, then repeat the steps above and you should get them until you can get no more!!
Sound testsSent in by Matt Hilger Press and Hold Select, Down, and B for a few seconds for a sound test.
Sent in by C Wright at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! On the title screen, press B, Select, and Start at the same time. Now you can hear all the sound effects and music of the entire game!
Garbage can tricksSent in by Matt In Underground Dungeon: The top right corner treasure chests, there are three potions, when you get the agility potion, discard it. Then keep clicking on your garbage can, it works as an unlimited supply of the agility potion, now you can use the seven sword effectively.
Sent in by James Repchull The trick of dumping too much stuff (8) in the trash can, and then clicking on the can, and then clicking on the person who's attributes you want to put up, works. What level you are on does determine what goes up. It even works on monsters!
Get maxed out with 999 HPSent in by Mad Dog at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Go to any pine forest covered square on the world map. Save your game. SHUT OFF the Game Boy. Do not reset, or this won't work. Restart the game. You should be immediately attacked. If not, shut it off again. Eventually you will be attacked. When you kill the enemy, the first character in your party (as long as it isn't a monster or robot) should gain HPs. Shut off and repeat. That person will continue to gain HPs at an increasing rate (first 2 or 5, then 12, then finally 20 or more at a time) until they have maxed out at 999. Put another human or mutant at the front of the party and begin again.
Messed up charactersSent in by James Repchull Did you know there is a way to totally mess up the game. To do so, get teleport from Venus, and then enter the dragon races. Use teleport in the race and leave. Your character will come out looking like whatever sprite is near him, and be able to walk thru walls. However, the character can't talk to anyone, and doesn't encounter monsters. I don't know if you can beat the game this way.
Touch warningSent in by James Repchull If a monster (or a lucky Mutant) has Touch, and you're just dying to use it, remember this: If the monster you Touch is stronger than you, and has Touch itself, the Touch will backfire, hurting you! But remember, this is a two way street.
Monster Meat tipSent in by James Repchull Monster Meat is not random. If your a monster, and you eat the meat, the type you turn into depends on what type you are now. But the monster's rank depends on what monster it was (E.G. Eating Skeleton meat isn't good for a Hermit) Unless you're Rank 4 or 5 monster (like a Treant, or a EvilEye), then it'll stay that rank. That's good to know when you eat Slepnir meat (who's Rank 4), after wasting Odin.
Arsenal tipsSent in by James Repchull at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Here's the lowdown on Arsenal! You need a monster (hopefully two monsters). One should have a high-damage skill, like Flare, P-Blast, or Critical, and (this is the one to get when you're monster's solitaire), one that has a drain skill, like Dissolve, or Touch, but the best is Revenant, who can Recover 100 dam a round). Arsenal comes in 3 'forms' 1: He (or she?) fires 4 lasers. This is where the high-dam skill comes in. You see, Arsenal will Recover lost guns if you don't kill him fast. As he's damaged, he'll lose Lasers, and therefore, damage. So, do 700dam around. You'll note that draining skill hurt him badly, too, but you'll need those. 2: Crusher! He attacks one foe for 100 damage. Now you should heal, and damage him some more. 3: Crusher!! It hurts everyone for 500 damage!!! Let the others die, and drain his HP into you. He'll go down, and you beat the game! As long as you don't miss, or run out of the drain skill.
Character tipsSent in by Eric Near My best party for this game is Female Human, Robot, Male Mutant and Monster. The Female Human can have the best attacks with agility based weapons (Laser Sword, Saber, Rapier, CatClaw, etc.) She should be equipped with Speed Magi, as soon as you get them. The Robot works best with three agility-raising weapons (same as above) and three strength-raising weapons (Long Sword, Battle Sword, Gungnir Spear, etc.) The last slot can be filled with a defense raising items (Shields or the Defense Sword work best) until you get the Selfix, then put that there. The robot should be equipped with defense Magi as soon as you get them. The Male Mutant has much Mana powers, and decent Strength. No magic books should be used, though. They're too expensive, and with the Mana Magi, Blizzard works great. You should try to get Fire or Thunder (both is even better.) Those skills can usually be acquired in first- or second- world fights. The Monster is not that great, but in the end it really pays off. By the time you fight Apollo, you can easily have a monster capable of using Flare.
Apolo tipsSent in by Jason at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! When fighting Apolo, don't worry about attacks, worry about healing, all you have to do is stay alive, most importantly, keep dad alive, Apolo will finish himself off after a bunch of turns, and dad will save everyone from dying from the blast.
Armor and sword tipsSent in by G. Dufore Get all the Giant armor as soon as possible, it adds strength to your human, allowing the battle sword to be more effective on venus than a musket if it hits. If you equip two or more of the same sword on a person, the damage it does is increased. For example, if you equip for rapiers on a robot in the first world, he can attack with over 100 damage on almost every hit. and he has a high agility that is added by the rapiers, longs do the same except they add strength, I prefer Rapiers.
Bottle tipsSent in by G. Dufore With Magic, Body, Power, and Speed bottles, you should give all the magic to the mutant in your group, all the power to the human in your group and the body and speed to the person with the lowest hp (body) and agility (speed). This will help your people to become semi-equal and better with their type of weapons.
Level up quicklySent in by Chris Bruines at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Some of you may know this already, but there is a way to level up relatively quickly. You'll notice that when you first start (or resume) your game, you get a series of 3 battles (first square where you start, one square away and 4 squares away). Find a sequence where you level up somehow. Then save, turn off (NOT RESET) the Game Boy and turn it on again. Repeat the exact same sequence and you should level up again. Repeat. This works great, especially in the lower levels because the enemies don't take that much to kill. After one person is done, try changing the altar order and weapons characters use. This will change who levels up and what characteristic goes up (HPs, Str, Agility, etc.)
0Damage tipSent in by James Repchull You ever wonder what makes monsters like Pebbles and Hofuds so resistant to damage? The skill 0Weapon. It makes all weapon attacks do 1/2 damage. Also 0Change combindes 0Weapon with an immunity to all conditions, and a 0Damage combindes an 0Weapon with immunity to all elemental attacks.
Item tipsSent in by James Repchull The Prism Magi tells you the number of Magi in the same world. The TrueEye just allows you to see in the white cave. The Aegis makes the party immune to all damage but weapons, and a little bit of others (like whirl, or the powerful P-Blast). The Pegasus allows you to warp to any town already visited. The Masamune is a deadly weapon.
Buying doorsSent in by James Repchull Be sure to buy two doors, not just one. After all, they only come in packs of three.
Weapon tipSent in by James Repchull Some weapons, used against a monster weak versus that element, may kill them 1 hit. The Murasame works well vs. humans, the Dragon sword vs. reptiles.
Hints on some of the bossesSent in by James Repchull at The Unofficial World of Nintendo!!! Pagocyte: Do you have a Book of Ice, or SMG? Good. Duntis: He might give you skills like 0All, or P-Blast. Ogre: Save and fight him until you get meat, it's good stuff. Mantcore: Same story as Ogre, above. Ninja: A rather bad boss, use your best attacks. Hermit: Same story as Ogre, above. Phantom and Mephisto: Don't open the wrong chest in Venus's sewers. Lamia: Same story as Ogre, above. Watcher: Same story again, but beware. That annoying merchant guy who's name I don't remember :) You might get an Abacus for beating him. Sho-Gun: A major boss, I forgot him in the first tour. Watch out for his Riddle, and use Taro's weapons. Tian-Lung: His meat is the best in the game, he's also the hardest. Fernir: Okay, next to him.
How to beat major bossesSent in by James Repchull Ashura- Give Mask a Battle or Saber Sword. In his hands it does over 200 damage a slice, so, while Ashura's pounding your team, Mask'll dice him to ribbons. Venus- She's immune to most magic, except Sleep and skills that mimic that. Give all who can equip Muskets, they do 100 or so damage to her, and also hove you have a monster that can stun (Serpent, Champango) and a Triceras, it's 3horn can do mega-damage with the Strength Magi. Venus is also affected by skills like Dissolve and Touch, and it's not easy to stun her, but it can be done. Magnate- Use the Aegis Magi to block most of his attacks, and pound him with your best weapons. His tornado is the worst attack. Odin- Use the Hyper Cannon on his cohorts, and then the Glass Sword on him. Also, the Aegis Magi will block his magic. As a side note, the meat of Slepnir will turn you into a monster you won't see until near the end, and, even if you eat other meat, it'll stick. Minion- Like Magnate, above, only weaker. WarMach- Use Dad's Heal Rod to fix WarMach's attack, and then disconnect the jerk. His Bash is his worst damage. Apollo- Use Book of Flare for Dad, and Lasers on him. All your monsters should be Gazers, or EvilEyes. That is what can penetrate his Aegis. After he morphs, he'll do Masamune, then Flare, and then he'll repeat. Use Dad's Heal Rod to fix that.
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