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Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 and 2

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    Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 and 2

    Dressing Room
    To unlock the Dressing Room, complete all areas and quests under
    the normal difficulty setting.

    If you have 10,000 Meseta in your inventory, when you load your
    character you will be allowed to enter the dressing room to change
    your head (Android only), hair color, costume color, and more.
    However, you cannot change the proportions or name of your

    Hard difficulty setting
    Successfully complete either episode under the normal difficulty
    setting to unlock the hard difficulty setting for both episodes.
    Note: Get to level 20 or higher to unlock the hard difficulty
    setting in online mode.

    Very hard difficulty setting
    Successfully complete either episode under the hard difficulty
    setting to unlock the very hard difficulty setting for both
    episodes. Note: Get to level 40 or higher to unlock the very hard
    difficulty setting in online mode.

    Ultimate difficulty setting
    Successfully complete either episode under the very hard
    difficulty setting to unlock the ultimate difficulty setting for
    both episodes. Note: Get to level 80 or higher to unlock the
    ultimate difficulty setting in online mode.

    FMV sequences
    To view two FMV sequences (one when you create a character and one
    new sequence), remain idle at the "Press Start" screen. After the
    background pulses four times, one of the FMV sequences will start.

    Control loading screen
    While going online, move the Analog-stick or C-stick to move the
    light around the screen. When entering an area, move the Analog-
    stick to turn the tunnel or the C-stick to change the tunnel's

    When you are loading or leaving a quest, and the loading screen
    has appeared (the strange atom), move the Analog-stick to slowly
    move the atom or press A to change its color.

    Chair in Lobby
    Hold X and press A while standing in the lobby to create a chair
    that matches your character. Press A to move forwards or use the
    Analog-stick to turn. Press B to get rid of the chair.

    Avoid walking near traps and enemies
    Normally, you cannot run when near a trap or enemy. To avoid this,
    press Start to display the main menu. You may now run again.

    Avoid mine field damage
    When in a level with a trap mine field, hold Start and run
    through. You will not get hurt.

    Fun with traps
    If you hate waiting around for Rappys to get back up and you are
    an Android, set a fire/explosion trap by them. Run to the other
    side of the area. As soon as they get up to run, the trap will go
    off and you can grab the items.

    If you are being attacked by multiple enemies, herd them into a
    group then run away from them. When you are about 10 to 15 feet
    away from them, set a trap and turn back towards the enemy, so
    that the trap is between you and the group. Fire a shot at the
    trap to set it off (like the preset traps in most levels). The
    effect of your trap will still go off, but you will have a bit
    more control over it.

    Slip through blocked and laser blocked doors
    This trick requires a Saber, Brand, or no weapon at all. Go to a
    corner of a blocked or a laser blocked door. Face the corner, then
    start attacking. Keep doing this, and you will eventually slip
    through the door. This trick is useful for getting to new places
    early. Note: This trick is difficult to execute.

    Ice break
    When you are frozen by an enemy, trap, or Boss, move the Analog-
    stick Up and Down, or Left to Right very rapidly to break free of
    the ice. This works very well when fighting Bosses with Ice
    Element attacks such as the Gol Dragon or Sil Dragon. This trick
    also works in battle mode.

    Unlimited number of MAGs
    Note: At least two controllers are required for this trick. Make
    multiple characters and enter cooperative mode. Have one character
    drop his or her MAG and the other pick it up. Go back and recreate
    the person who dropped the MAG and go through the process again
    until you get as many as desired. Note: You can also do this for

    Getting Al or Pal Rappies to appear
    You must have access to the second tier of quests in order to do
    this. Select the Fake In Yellow quest and go through the first
    three areas with Rappies, killing them off. Once in the fourth
    area with Rappies (where you meet the doctor in the Rappy costume
    for the second time), there should be a huge amount of Rappies
    dropping down. Drop a Telepipe and examine them all to see if any
    of them is an Al (or a Pal under the ultimate difficulty setting)
    Rappy. If not, enter the pipe to town then quickly return to the
    area. The Rappies will drop again. Repeat this procedure until
    eventually one of the normal Rappies turns out to be a rare Rappy.
    It is recommended that you have the ability to use Ryuker when
    doing this, as it is cheaper then going back and forward to pay
    for Telepipes (350 each).

    Before the room that you usually teleport to in Forest 1 without
    the quests, there will be three Rag Rappies that drop down. If you
    are level 13+, one of them can turn into an Al Rappy (a Blue Rag

    Kireek's Soul Eater
    You can do this only once per difficulty setting. To get Kireeks'
    Soul Eater, you need to play "Dr. Osto's Research" quest. Then,
    after you get the information at the end, talk to Sue. If she asks
    your name, say "No". After you finish that quest, go to the
    "Unsealed Door" quest. You will meet Sue again. Talk to her and
    listen to what she says. Then, complete the quest. Next, go to the
    Waterfall Tears. After defeating Anna, continue on to Cave 2 (same
    quest) and you will eventually meet Kireek. He will greet you,
    then you will have to fight him. After you defeat him, go to the
    "Black Paper" quest where he will try a rematch in Cave 1 of this
    quest. Note: You are in the dark in this battle. When you defeat
    Kireek in that battle, you will meet him again in the "From the
    Depths" quest. In that quest after you separate from Ash, go back
    to Ruins 2 (in this quest) and go as far west you can. You will
    confront Kireek for the final time. It is recommended that you
    equip some armor, shields, units that can withstand
    Dark/Draw/Shadow or whatever that weapon is made out of, or use
    Razonde (or Zonde, if that is all you have). When you defeat him
    you get to keep his weapon for your accomplishment.

    Defeating Dubchics
    Notice that they return to life. After killing a Dubchic, a brown
    orb with yellow rings around it should fall to the ground
    somewhere in that area. Destroy it and all the Dubchics will be

    Defeating Garanz
    When you are in Mine 2, you will probably encounter a Garanz. When
    he shoots his missile, run behind him and he will eventually kill
    himself. Note: You can get extra experience when this happens.

    Defeating Gol Dragon
    You should be about level 15 if you are a Hunter and have Resta,
    an Autogun, and Monofluids to restore your MP. When starting the
    fight, keep shooting at any part of his body. When he is up in the
    air and is about to land, get away from him or the rising floor
    will hurt you. His first attack on the ground should be an
    elemental breath attack. It consists of a fire breath (the weakest
    one), an ice breath which freezes you (the most dangerous as you
    can easily die while you are frozen), and a lightning breath which
    paralyzes you for a short while. When he does the breath attack,
    walk towards him until you are under his attack and shoot at one
    of his body parts. He should eventually take flight again. If he
    starts spinning in the air, then he is using his elemental ball
    attack. Like the breath, it consists of fire, ice (still the most
    dangerous), and lightning. During this time, try to evade as many
    as you can and heal if needed. After this, he will land again.
    Keep repeating the previous steps until he roars and goes
    underground. When he re-appears, there will be two of him.
    Fortunately, one of them is a mirage but it can still hurt you.
    You can tell if one is a mirage by killing it. When a mirage dies,
    you will see a bluish flash and it will disappear. The mirages
    also have a lot less HP. If you kill a mirage, the real one will
    be by itself again. Just keep attacking and evading as best as you
    can until it is dead.

    Defeating Volt Opt
    Volt Opt is more difficult than in the Dreamcast version of the
    game. If you are an Android, you will get shorted about 8 out of
    10 times that he shocks you in his first form. Kill the center
    thing that hangs off the ceiling. Once that is down, shocks stop
    occurring more often. Shoot Volt Opt in the monitors when you see
    him. When the poles appear from the ground, find the red pole and
    take it out. If not, you will get a nasty shock that could short
    you out for awhile. Repeat these steps with 10 Monomates and 10
    Dimates and you should be fine. Once his first form is done, he
    will become a huge red robot and have multiple attacks (but no
    more shocking). He usually starts by turning his missile pods
    towards you, and fires them after three seconds. You can avoid the
    missile by running around Volt Opt (get a 3-hit combo in before he
    fires them, then run). He will then turn his laser sights on you.
    Do another 3-hit combo and run. Keep running and when you hear him
    powering up, he will drop a huge pole on you. He does this three
    times. Yet again, you can avoid this by running. He will chase you
    with the laser sights twice. After that, he will heal himself by
    about 40. During this time, attack him heavily. He will then
    switch over to his front and shoot a floating ball at you. Do not
    stop running or you will be imprisoned in dirt wall while he
    charges up to do his ultimate attack. If you get hit with this
    ball in multi-player or online mode, call someone over to. They
    can get you out by attacking the dirt walls. Repeat this to defeat
    him and get good experience.

    Cheap kills
    If you are having trouble in a room, try running out of it and go
    back in. Some monsters will probably go into a dormant mode and
    allow you to get off a hit or two before they retaliate. This is
    especially useful against Garanz.

    Refill health
    If you are a robot in the game, you can refill your health after
    receiving damage from an enemy. Find a safe place to rest and
    remain in that spot for a least a minute. Your health meter will
    go up a little bit at a time.

    Refill TP
    If you are playing as a Froce or a Newman, you have the ability to
    refill your TP. Find a safe place and wait for it to go up.

    Fighting invisible enemies
    Use the environment to help you. Enemies such as Sinow Zoa can
    easily be spotted by their reflections on glass or water, as well
    as the targeting system. However, that can be unreliable at times.

    Dodging De Rol Le's Energy Balls
    After De Rol Le has shot his timed mines onto the raft, go to the
    upper right hand corner of the raft and face directly to the
    corner at the edge. Do not move until De Rol Le is done with the
    energy balls. This works about 80% of the time. If you are online,
    this may not work because other players may do the same thing. It
    only works if one person is in the corner.

    Resta Dodge
    If you time the technique Resta correctly, you can avoid almost
    any attack. The trick is to just cast Resta before your enemy
    attacks, but long enough that you can gain life; otherwise you
    will just get hit.

    Easy Meseta
    This trick requires an empty file and two controllers. Create a
    new file, give the character any name, face, color, etc. Return to
    the player screen and select multi-player. Have the new person
    drop the items. You should get 300 Meseta some Monomates,
    Monofluid, and a Mag. Keep repeating this until you can buy the
    item you want.

    Easy level gain
    If you want to gain some levels without much effort and are around
    a 25 to 40 level range, try going the forest levels under the hard
    difficulty setting. You can usually get about 8,000 experience
    points from it.

    Find someone who has played the game longer than you have. Ask
    them if they can give you a high powered Mag. With this Mag, you
    can start using weapons from the Ruins (if it is at a high enough
    level). Also, you can join in a multi-player effort. If you are a
    Ranger, you will have an easier time then a Hunter. When a
    teammate has weakened a monster, aim and go for the kill shot. You
    should move up levels easily.

    Since Hunters are naturally stronger than Forces and Rangers, they
    have an advantage. To gain levels quicker, defeat the Caves 3
    boss. Hunters can use an effective Sword or Partisan against him
    by hitting all of his parts. After that, talk to the Priciple and
    go to Mines 1. You can now do a great deal of damage on the Mine 1
    enemies. They are weak. The only three to watch out for are Sinow
    Gold, Sinow Beat, and Granas. The basic enemies in the mines area
    give about 15 to 22 experience points. By the time you get to
    Mines 2, you should have already gained a couple of levels. Mines
    2 also offer a great deal of experience.

    Go to the Forest (under the hard, very hard, or ultimate
    difficulty settings depending on your level). Enter a room which
    has a Monest (or Mothvist in ultimate) and killall the Mosquitoes
    without killing the nest. Once the nest stops spitting out
    mosquitoes, return to town via Telepipe or Ryuker. Return. The
    nest will spit out more mosquitoes. The experience given varies
    depending on difficulty, but the ultimate mode mosquitoes give
    about 230 experience points each.

    Play in multi-player mode with a group of either high levels or
    low levels. Play through the game as you would in solo mode. Many
    of the monsters are harder to defeat, and you will get five points
    extra experience per how many people are on your team. By the time
    you complete the game you should be at level 20 or higher,
    depending how many monsters you have killed. Note: When you make
    it to hard mode, you will start finding special weapons earlier
    because your luck points are being evaluated as a team and not
    individually. Then, when you play in solo mode you will be able to
    pass through it without problems.

    Use a weapon that can confuse an enemy. Use it on a Honest and
    when the little fly things appear, they will be confused and will
    kill each other giving you the experience.

    When you fight a Pofuilly Slime, use Barta or another Ice
    technique on it. The enemy will duplicate into two. You can then
    make a copy of the copy (you can only make one copy of the
    original). You can create a total of six Pofuilly Slime. The
    copies will give you double the experience of a normal one.

    Weapons from monsters
    If you obtain a special item such as G-Assassins Arms or Bomma's
    Right Arm, go to the Unsealed Door mission. Talk to the person
    standing to the right of the portal to the principal after all
    missions are complete. He will turn your item into a weapon.

    Finding rare weapons
    The best place to find rare weapons are at the Dragon (Episode I)
    under hard mode. You can find such weapons as Crush Bullets and
    Musashis. Its recommended that you enter hard mode at level 30 or
    high to be effective.

    Sonic Adventure 2 Battle reference
    Do "The Fake In Yellow" quest. After speaking to the scientist for
    the third time, go back and talk to the person who briefed you on
    the mission. Do not get the Mesta. After talking to him, go back
    through the portal. There will be three Rag Rappys that you can
    talk to. Stand against the wall with the waterfall in the
    background. Soon, a Chao will appear. After it talks to you, go
    back to Pioneer 2. There will be a Game Boy Advance on a pole
    where you can download games from a Game Boy Advance.

    If you download the Chao Garden data and upload the Chao to the
    Sonic Adventure 2 Battle Chao Garden, you will get a rare Tails

    Glitch: Blind enemies
    In a level such as the Mines, are Sinow Beats and Golds. Try
    walking against the wall of a room. If done correctly, the Sinow
    will act as if you went out of the room and will warp back to
    their starting point. You can then simply kill them from there,
    and they will not attack.