My favorite screenshot of all at the moment (as of Mar 27, 2007)
What screenshots and videos do you have for Final Fantasy 6?
Screenshot #21: Escape from South Figaro
This part in the game was the most challenging, frustrating, and boring part of all. I'd have rather levelled up to level 35 to 40 prior to the battle with the octopus than figured this part out. It actually took me 5 hours to figure it out. On my first run at it, I practically gave up in frustration not knowing what to do. I went to another one of the scenarios I had and when it came to this part, I finally figured it out another hour and a half later.
Screenshot #22: My configuration settings
In case you're wondering, these are my configuration settings. I leave everything at the defaults, except the battle mode which, instead of "wait", I have "active", but even then, battles are still unchallenging, even the final boss.
Screenshot #23: Walkin' in another forest lookin' for more enemies
Here I go again, only this time, not as far. In my first run at the game, I went to level 30-something. Here, I only went to 27.
Screenshot #24: Third group of long battling
These things are the third major groups of enemies I used to level up with. I like the enemy "mindcandy" for some reason, probably from the high-pitched sound you get when it attacks using a normal physical attack and my remarks that "I got stung by a bee!".
Screenshot #25: Monster damage on a weird-looking enemy
I found this enemy weird looking but when Celes used Ice2 on it, I got almost 4000 damage and it was defeated in one hit. Like with the octopus, I was shocked when I saw that.
Screenshot #26: Stats at start of long levelling up
Every character now has MP. The missing MP is due solely to levels ups. In the first run at the game, I was at level 36 or something. These four characters, when I played, as part of a self-made challenge (even on the very first time I played it), were to never use magic at all, but even then, I can get away with potions stolen from the enemies. Yet, I'm now about to start another long dash of levelling up, much longer-lasting than the one from 12 to 23. This one may go to even level 50 or 60.
Screenshot #27: Experience at start of long levelling up
This is what the experience of my top favorite character is at the start of the long levelling up time.
Screenshot #28: Walkin' through the grasslands lookin' for enemies
This is the key area I go to to level up during the next long streak at levelling up. This area has the fastest rate of gaining experience than anywhere else on the game's world map. As with the the two forest areas, I just make wide rectangular loops until I encounter enemies.
Screenshot #29: The fourth excellent enemies to level up with
These enemies are the best ones to level up with for this part of the game. I remain at it until level 50 or so. Locke is trying to steal from the enemy, along with attack it. Though none of these characters use spells, I thrive successfully on nothing but stolen potions.
Coming soon - more screenshots of the game, especially the fire scene I recall my friends having trouble with 11 or so years ago (1996). I'll have to play through the game again in order to get them.
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My videos at YouTube - below are videos considered special to me that use the XviD codec.
SMB2 - Super High in Bead Screen - (cheat used: stopping the clock) Ever wonder what things are like when going 2400 mph straight up and the views you get from the extreme height (10 miles high)? Sure that kind of speed would get you to your friend's house 10 miles away in the matter of a few seconds, but the wrong scaling in the game tells otherwise. This video takes you almost to the edge of the clipping as it's that high. Once I do get tossed up, do you think I can land on the stage again and actually make the goal (considering it's practically invisible due to the extreme height and that it comes up so fast (and a bug that causes random small speed changes))? The only cheat used was to stop the clock, otherwise I'd have ran out of time when just passing 1000 mph on the way back down. This way, you can get the full experience of the sheer speed. Video specs: 2 minutes, 27 1/3 seconds long, 29.97 fps, 6.62 MB (ZIP file - video itself is 6.94 MB), 428x300 resolution, AVI video format, XviD codec.