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Dualizing Basics

Tales of Graces F Walkthrough and Guide

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Dualizing Basics

Dualizing is a way producing a new item from two other in your possession. You can dualize items at any items shop, and it's a good idea to do so whenever possible.

Combining is a form of dualizing where you combine two materials, or one ingredient and a material, to produce a new item. It's also a food way to crank out items that you can sell for quick cash.

cooking is a form of dualizing where you combine two ingredient, or one dish and one ingredient. You can make wide range of dishes with helpful effects, including some that heal your party as you walk around, so bust your knives and get to cooking ASAP.

Enhancing is a form of dualizing where you combine a shard with a piece of equipment that doesn't yet contain a shard, Once you do, any effect the shard has will be transferred to the equipment. If you use that gear enough is battle, it will become tempered, which raises its effectiveness.

Converting is a form of dualizing where you combine a specifics material with a piece of equipment, to make an entirely new piece of equipment. Any enhancement the original gear possessed will be partially carried over to the new piece.

Fusing is a form of dualizing where you combine two gems to make one containing the most powerful effects of the previous two. Depending on the qualities of the gems, the effects carried over may change. And/or the rank of the new gem may increase.

Merging is a form of dualizing where you combine two “charm” items to produce a gem that protects you from or reduces the effects of both physical ailments associated with the charms. Depending on the effect's strength, you may even regain HP when an attack inflicts the relevant physical ailment.

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