As one of the best and memorable games in the PlayStation 2's lifetime, Final Fantasy X has left us with some sort of memory or morale to be learned. However, one of these memories that I was left with is avoiding a certain enemy in the game.
Armour Break or Power Break - Job done These r the mofos that always got me http://images3.wikia.nocook...
Not always :P
Those damn FF8 marlboros used to piss me off, how many status ailments can you get from one attack!!?!
Exactly - and they always jump out on ya u rarly get 2 strike 1st Bubble 2 u 4-me bein not that only-1 who hated those god-damn mofos :-)
That plant always poisoned my cast and was one of the most frequent monsters i came across. It even got to a point where Malboro was a sworn enemy on my black list. But still Defender Z knocks you out in one go; trust me. Poor Yuna...lol
Defender Z is really the enemy to avoid, I remember playing that a while back...he was a pain.
PlayStation 2 and Final Fantasy X...good times :P
i always thought about trying this game out but i heard it was 60 hours long so i decided not to invest my time into the game
in my Opinion FFVI > FFVII > FFIV > FFX > FFVIII > FFIX > FFXII > FFX-2 > FFV > FFIII > FFII > FFI > FFXIONLINE
Yep, has quite the length in the game.
Defender Z.... there's a few enemie in that game I run from, that is one of them. Not worth the effort.
Exactly, why waste your time on it?
42,300 HP, 6,000 AP for defeating, it doesn't drop very good items. If you need AP, there's other, more suitable, targets. There is a very easy way to defeat Defender Z though (learned it while fighting Defender X), but I never had anyone with provoke so could never do it. Cast Provoke on it, from then on it would only use Blast Punch on that one party member, Blast Punch only reduces health in half.
Use Slowga and Dark Touch youll blitz them man
didn't enjoy X so much the first time round. Found it to be a little too much of a romantic story, rather than that being the subplot like in earlier games. On replay though it is one of my favourites, the battle system is awesome and the tech/natural confliction is almost an analogy for how some people feel in the real world. I don't remember struggling too much in Zanerkand, mainly because of the beautiful save point system, healing me every time i touched them. It made that game about ten times easier.
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