Jun. 16th, 2016

althea_valara: A female red mage from Final Fantasy 11. (Default)
I feel like I didn't get much done today.

I had just finished the Big Bridge the night before. Made my way to Lugor, bought new equipment/spells there. I remember in the past having to farm gil to afford the upgrades, but I had enough this time, thankfully. Walked down past the Sealed Castle and was lucky enough NOT to face a Kuza Beast. Down the hole following the moogle. The dinosaur boss was easy with everyone casting Fire2.

Then it was up past Kelb to the Valley of Dragons. The dragons there are undead, so using I take some bards for Requiem spam. Having a black mage equipped with a fire rod spamming Fire2 was just as nice as bards, though. !Earth from my Geomancer also was a big help.

The Dragon Pod boss is one of the most annoying in game, and it has taken me several tries in the past. Not so this time. Geomancer's !Earth wipes out the flowers, and three of my characters had Angel Rings meaning they weren't affected by Old. I was never in any danger during the fight, and won on the first try.

Then I made my way to the fleet, where there was another battle with Gilgamesh. Enkidu uses White Wind to heal him, which is annoying, but Enkidu went down to a few !Earth casts, and Gilgamesh followed soon after.

I was hoping to stay up late to finish world 2, but I totally forgot about the need to farm Reflect Rings. Ugh. It's one of my most hated things to do, as it's tedious and boring as the rings are a very rare drop. I'm powering up my future Chicken Knife in the process by running from any formations that don't include a Reflect Knight, so that helps, but still: tedious. I didn't have the oomph to deal with it last night, so I went to bed.

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