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Tournesol Guide

by KoE_Hades


||| FINAL FANTASY XII: TOURNESOL GUIDE ||||||||||||||||||||||||
by KoE_Hades


Final Fantasy XII : (C) Square Enix

Tournesol Guide: (C) KoE_Hades 2007


|||| DISCLAIMER |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

This guide may not be reposted, copied or published without my


|||| INTRODUCTION |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

Hello there. This guide is dedicated entirely for achieving a 
single goal: acquiring the Sunflower.

As you may or may not know, this is the strongest Greatsword in
the game, and is also one of the strongest weapons in the game,
second only to the legendary Zodiac Spear.

I will show you each step you must take to finally unlock this
mighty blade, along with some helpful relevant informations.

Also, if you come across an unfamiliar term, then jump to the
Terminology (chapter 7) section to find out the meaning of it.

Do enjoy.


|||| TABLE OF CONTENTS ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

	1. The Sunflower: Pros/Cons------------[SF001]

	2. Preparations------------------------[SF002]

	3. The Infamous Loot Hunt--------------[SF003]
		- Gemsteel---------------------[SF004]
		- Empyreal Soul----------------[SF005]
		- Serpentarius-----------------[SF006]
	 - The Chosen Path---------------------[SF007]

	4. Unlocking the Necessaries-----------[SF008]

	5. The Most Expensive Flower-----------[SF009]

	6. Contact Info------------------------[SF010]

	7. FAQs--------------------------------[SF011]

	8. Terminology-------------------------[SF012]

	9. Credits-----------------------------[SF013]


|||| 1. THE SUNFLOWER: PROS/CONS [SF001] ||||||||||||||||||||||

Alrighty. In this section I will compare the Tournesol with the
several other "ultimate" weapons in the game, and show you what
the advantages and disadvantages of each are.

The other "ultimate" weapons: 
	- Zodiac Spear
	- Wyrmhero Blade
	- Excalibur
	- Masamune

[Zodiac Spear v Tournesol]:

The Zodiac Spear is the strongest weapon in the game. The
attack power is 10 higher than the Tournesol. They have similar
charge times but the Zodiac Spear is slightly faster. The
Tournesol on the other hand has an evasion of 25, compared to
Zodiac Spear's 8. The Tournesol also is 3 times more likely
than the Zodiac Spear to perform a Multi Hit.
The biggest problem for the Tournesol is the amount of effort
you have to put in to get it, whereas the Zodiac Spear is so
simple to get if you know how to get it.
The downside of the Zodiac Spear is that if you DO stuff up,
then your chance of getting is slim to none, but you can't lose
the Tournesol for good.
If this is your first playthrough of the game, chances are
you've already stuffed up the Zodiac Spear. Sure, you can go to
the Henne Mines and hope for the best, but there's like a less
than 1% chance of it appearing. Your choice.

[Wyrmhero Blade v Tournesol]:

The Wyrmhero Blade is the second strongest Greatsword, with 130
attack power (Tournesol is 140). It has an INSANE Multi Hit
rate of 80%, and the wielder will be under constant Bravery and
Faith status. It also grants you 50% evasion.
There are, however, many downsides to this weapon. Its charge
time is the longest out of ANY weapon in the game, and biggest
problem of all is that you can ONLY get it once you've beaten
all of the toughest monsters in the game, so there aren't many
instances where you can put this mighty weapon to good use.
I guess this weapon's just there as a proof that you've
completed the toughest challenges of the game.
Oh, and it also has a Holy element.

[Excalibur v Tournesol]:

The Exaclibur is the 3rd strongest Greatsword, and is only 2
shy of the Wyrmhero Blade in attack power. It also has a Holy
element which is very useful in the late stages of the game
since a lot of monsters are weak to Holy. But, being an
elemental weapon will also mean that there will be instances
(though quite few) where you can't damage your foe with it.
The other stats of the weapon aren't so different from the
several weaker Greatswords, so I'd only recommend this weapon
if you've stuffed up the Zodiac Spear and can't be bothered
going through the trouble of obtaining the Tournesol.

[Masamune v Tournesol]:

The strongest Katana, but when it comes to brute strength the
Tournesol will tower above it. However, with a 40% Multi Hit
rate, this weapon shouldn't be neglected. But I would suggest
that you reserve this weapon for another member of your party,
and not your Battering Ram.


|||| 2. PREPARATIONS [SF002] ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

Alright, let's get started.

Now, I want you to know that getting this weapon is a long,
tiring and often frustrating process. Most of the process
depends on pure luck, so it's hard to say exactly how long it
will take for you to obtain it. But one thing I can say for
sure. It's not gonna be over in just a couple of hours.

Myself, it took me 3 days. If you're lucky though, it may only
take one afternoon for you to finish. Good luck.

||| [Getting started] |||

Okay, to make sure you don't wander all over Ivalice blindly,
check you have done the following.

1. Obtained the Hunter's Monograph
2. Defeated 8 Espers
3. Achieved High Guardian rank
4. Bought Thief's Cuffs (accessory)
5. Vanquished the following Marks:
	- Ixtab (Rank II)
	- Marilith (Rank IV)
	- Deathscythe (Rank VI)
6. Defeated Rare Game Thalassinon
7. Canopic Jar:
	- Gil Snapper (Rank III)
	- Orthros (Rank V)
	- Trickster (Rank V)

If you haven't done some of those, here's a quick reference.

[Hunter's Monograph]
- Talk to Gatsly in the Muthru Bazaar (Rabanastre) after
vanquishing Thextera (Rank I Mark), then buy from Bazaar for
18,000 gil.

- You'll get 5 in the story, and if you've been doing a lot of
exploring and hunting you will probably have Adrammelech 
(zertinan Caverns). I'm not an expert on Espers so you're
better off reading someone else's Esper guide.
By the way the other 2 I defeated were Exodus and Zeromus.

[High Guardian rank]
- If you've been doing most of the hunts, you should have
achieved this rank by now. If not, go and hunt.

[Thief's Cuffs]
You can buy them from the merchant next to the Gate Crystal
on Mt. Bur-Omisace. Although there are others, I think that's
the quickest place to get it because you simply have to
teleport and walk 3 steps.

[Ixtab - "The Dead Ought Sleep Forever]
Bill posted by High-Chief Zayalu of Jahara.
Mark located in the Henne Mines, Phase 1 Shaft

[Marilith - "A Tingling Toast"]
Bill posted by the Tavernmaster of The Sandsea (Rabanastre).
Mark located in Zertinan Caverns, Invitation to Heresy - stay
in this room for approx. 5 mins and approach the sunlit area.

[Deathscythe - "Dead City Watch"]
Bill posted by Popol in Nalbina Town.
mark located inthe Necrohol of Nabudis, Cloister of Highborn.
It will only appear when one of your party member goes under
10% of max HP.

[Rare Game Thalassinon]
Talk to the Bangaa Huntmaster in the Phon Coast (he's standing
outside the hut directly opposite the hut with the merchant),
and now head east out to the Vaddu Strand. Go to the very east
of this map and  climb to the top of the cliff. Look down on
the beach and after about 10 seconds the Thalassinon will 

[Canopic Jar]
This key item allows common monsters to drop Arcanas.
But getting this item will hurt, since it costs 250,000 gil.
You must vanquish the following marks and sell the loot that
you get as reward from the petitioners.

[Gil Snapper - "A Paradise Risen"]
Bill posted by Nanau in the Giza Plains during the Rains. She
is near the Save Crystal (not the one inside the village).
Mark located in the Giza Plains, Tracks of the Beast. To get
there you must go around Giza plains and knock over a total of
6 Withered Trees, and then head east from the Save crystal to
cross the creek.

[Orthros - "Crime and Punishment"]
Bill posted by the Contrite Thief in Lowtown.
Mark located in Garamsythe Waterway, South Sluiceway. Only
appears if your party consists of Ashe, Penelo and Fran (all 3
females). Once it's out you can switch back to your normal

[Trickster - "Paramina Run"]
Bill posted by Gurdy, next to the Gate Crystal of Bur-Omisace.
Mark located in the Paramina Rift, Frozen Brook. Keep going
in and out of the map and eventually the Bangaa will let you 
know it's there. If so run to the centre of the map and it will
drop from the sky.


|||| 3. THE INFAMOUS LOOT HUNT [SF003] ||||||||||||||||||||||||

Okay, now that you're ready, here are the required loot to
unlock The Sunflower in the Bazaar.

- Gemsteel x3
- Empyreal Soul x3
- Serpentarius x3

Sounds simple enough, eh?
YOU'RE WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Those items can't be found lying around everywhere... in fact,
you can't find them lying around ANYWHERE. You must tade in
some loot to unlock them in the bazaar.

Luckily enough, you can get 1 Gemsteel and 1 Empyreal Soul from
Montblanc. 1 Empyreal Soul for reaching High Guardian rank, and
1 Gemsteel for commanding 8 Espers.

You can also get 1 Serpentarius from him but you need to be 
commanding all 13 Espers for that, and that's a hell of a lot
of work, so we'll leave that aside. Besides, wouldn't you want
to go around obtaining all the Espers while wielding a mighty
weapon in your hand?

In this section I will show you how to get each item, and the
most efficient way to get everything.

Bazaar item name: what it's gonna say in the bazaar, obviously.

Loot required: each loot and the quantity.

[Loot 1]
1. The numerous ways of obtaining the loot
2. will be shown
3. in order of most recommended to the least recommended

[Loot 2]
1. etc
2. etc etc

Okay, let's start with the Gemsteel.


Bazaar item name: Matchless Metal (29,997 gil)

Loot required: Scarletite x1, Damascus Steel x2, Hell-Gate's
Flame x2

1. Steal from rare game Aspidochelon (Trophy monster, Cerobi 
Steppe, Feddik River: 40% appearance chance)
2. Drop (Hunter's Monograph, 6%) or Poach (5%) Emeralditan 
(Nabreus Deadlands)
3. Steal from Pandaemonium (a. Boss - Pharos First Ascent, b.
during hunt for the Shadowseer [rank VI])
4. After Fishing Sidequest

[Damascus Steel]:
1. Steal from rare game Bluesang (Trophy monster, Cerobi 
Steppe, Crossfield: 40% appearance chance)
2. Steal from rare game Anchag (Paramina Rift, Karydine 
Glacier: defat all enemies in this map and re-enter)
3. Drop (Knight's Monograph, 6%) or Poach (5%) Bune (Pharos
Second Ascent)

[Hell-Gate's Flame]
1. Drop (Hunter's Monograph, 5%) Cerberus (The Feywood, Walk of
Stolen Truths)
2. Poach (5%) Cerberus
3. Steal from Enkidu second encounter (Gilgamesh - Rank VII
mark "The Ancient Man of Mystery")
4. Poach (5%) rare game Wary Wolf (Mosphoran Highwaste, Summit
Path: 7% appearance chance)

Additional notes:
It is also possible to obtain the Gemsteel by defeating an
enemy - the Lv. 99 Red Chocobo. It appears in the Ozmone
Plains, Haulo Green, but only has a 1 in 256 chance of
appearing, so it is not recommended at all.


Bazaar item name: Jewel of Creation (29.997 gil)

Loot required: Soul Powder x1, Wargod's Band x2,  Hig Arcana x1

[Soul Powder]
1. Steal from rare game Vorres (Trophy monster, Necrohol of
Nabudis, Hall of the Ivory Covenant: taunt the Dark Element
[20% appearance chance], and let it chase you north past the
middle portion of the map)
2. Drop (Warmage's Monograph, 10%) or Steal from Etem (Henne
Mines, Special Charter Shaft - you must obtain 10 espers and
defeat the mark Mindflayer [rank IV] to access this area).

[Wargod's Band]
1. Steal from rare game Victanir (Trophy monster, Nam-Yensa 
Sandsea, Yellow Sands: 40% appearance chance)
2. Drop (Hunter's Monograph, 5%) from Leynir (Nabreus
Deadlands,  Lifeless Strand)
3. Poach (5%) Leynir

[High Arcana]
See the Chosen Path section.

Additional notes:
You can also steal an Empyreal Soul from the Lv.99 Red Chocobo,
but again, I'll strongly advise you against it.


Bazaar item name: Jewel of the Serpent (19,998 gil)

Loot required: Snake Skin x4, Serpent Eye x2, High Arcana x1

[Snake Skin]
1. Drop (very common) or Steal from Wildsnake (Giza Plains Dry,
Toam Hills)
2. Drop (very common) rare game Grey Moulter (Mosphoran
Highwaste, Empyrean Way: enter map when the minute count of
the gameplay time is between 10 and 20)
3. Drop (very common) rare game Midgardsormr (Golmore Jungle,
Pths of Chained Light: 20% appearance chance)

[Serpent Eye]
1. Drop (Hunter's Monograph, 8%) Basilisk (The Feywood, all
areas south of the Save Crystal)
2. Poach (5%) Basilisk
3. Poach (5%) Grey Moulter

[High Arcana]
See the Chosen Path section.

Additional notes:
You can also steal one from Zodiark. It's up to you.

                ||| THE CHOSEN PATH (SF007) |||

Now that you know where everything are, you are probably
itching to get up and start running around wildly stealing and
killing monsters. WAIT ONE MOMENT!! I'm gonna help you out so
that you take the minimum amount of time as possible.

First off, teleport to Giruvegan and make your self north to
the Feywood. The first 3 maps that you'll cross in the Feywood
are all inhabited by the Basilisks. Start running around wildly
and look for their shadows in the blizzard. Since Monograph
drop percentage does not increase with killchains, it doesn't
matter too much if you build a huge chain, but t helps since
you'll get a lot of items.

Since you've vanquished Marilith, you already have 1 Serpent
Eye. keep killin' until you get 5 more.

Once you're done keep heading north and save. Now head out to
the right and enter the Path of Stolen Truths. This is the area
with the Cerberus. There are also another type of wolf monsters
here called Tartarus, who are grey. Since Cerberus and Tartarus
are both in the same family, killing either of those will add 
to the chain. Just make sure you don't accidentally kill those
2 Golems patrolling the map. Once you're sure you've cleaned
out the map, head out left to Walk of Dancing Shadow. Now head
north into the Walk of Flitting Rifts. Although there are a
bunch of Tartarus here, it's best if you simply ignore them 
since the Deadly Nightshades will soon join the fray and they
have pretty low HP, so chances are one of your party members
will accidentally kill it, ruining the chain.

Anyway, head south-east back into the Walk of Stolen Truths.
Since you went 2 screens away, the monsters will have
respawned. Repeat tho whole proces and keep going around in
this triangle and eventually you'll end up with 4 Hell-Gate's

How long it takes all depends on your luck. I got my first one
after about a chain of 50, then I saved the game, and chained
about 80 with no luck, saved again, then after that the first
2 Cerberus I killed dropped one each... I thought this was my
luck break... but obviously I was wrong. Took me another 210
chain to get my last one.

Teleport to the Nabreus Deadlands. Head north and you'll be in
the Lifeless Strand, where the Leynirs reside. You may choose
to collect the 4 Wargod's Bands, but that's not the main reason
we came here. Keep making your way north-east until you enter
the Necrohol. Go south one map and you're in the Hall of the
Ivory Covenant. If you don't see a Dark Element there, keep
re-entering the map until you see one. Taunt it, run up north
and the Vorres will appear. Steal the Soul Powder from it and
leave the Necrohol. You only need 1 Soul Powder because you 
already have one from the Ixtab hunt.

This phase is only for those people who ignored the Leynirs.
I got really lucky that the Leynirs dropped the Wargod's Bands
while I was on my way towards the Necrohol and also on the way

Either way, if you chose to come here, then teleport or fly to
the Ogir-Yensa Gate Crystal and head out west, then south-west
to get here. Keep re-entering until the Victanir appears,
steal, leave screen and do the whole process again until you
get 4.

Head out north from the Gate Crystal and you'll be out in the 
Crossfiled. Head to the centre of the map and the Bluesang
should be hanging around the windmills there. If you don't see
it, then head east into the Feddik River. Go to the middle 
portion of this map and target the Adamantitans there. One of
them might actually be the Aspidochelon. If not, then simply
go back to the Crossfield and look for the Bluesang. Just keep
going back and forth and when you see your prey steal from it

Keep running around until you have 4 Damascus Steel and 2 

Make sure it's the Dry season. If it's the Rains right now,
then you must wait until your gameplay time reaches the next
hour (i.e. if it's 65:12:00 or something like that, then wait
until 66:00:00). The Dry lasts 2 hours of gameplay and the
Rains last 1 hour and obviously they alternate between the 2

If for some reason it's the Dry right now for you and want to
know when it's gonna change to the Rains, teleport to the
Southgate of Rabanastre and talk to one of the Seeq there. He
will tell you his approximation of when the change of season is
coming. He won't tell you exactly how long, but he'll say thing
like "soon" and "a while". If he says soon then It will change
when you reach the next hour.

Make your way to the village, and head out west to the Toam
Hills. There is only 1 spot in the entire game that the 
Wildsnake will appear, and it's the south, eastern area of this
map. It's close to the southern exit of the map, near some tall
grass. If you get close enough it will come out of the ground.
Because there are so many other enemies lingering around the
place, it's best to turn off your Gambits and target the
Wildsnake manually to stop wasting time. Make sure you steal
from it before you kill it. Once it's killed you must go away
2 screens and return to make it respawn. Ignore all the other
mosters because it's just a waste of time dealing with them,
and besides they can't hurt you - you're too strong for them.

Anyway, just go back to the village, head out the eastern exit,
and then head back to Toam hills again. Since you went past the
village it means you can't chain the Wildsnakes but it really
doesn't matter because the Snake Skin are very common whether
you're stealing or waiting for it to drop.

Once you have collected 12, leave.

Ah, the troublemaker of the lot. By this stage you would have
got 2 from Montblanc, but if you were greedy like me and sold
both of them, then you will need more. I'll explain why in
Chapter 4.

You can steal one from any Esper, so if you have, then you have
less work to do. If you currently hold zero High Arcana, then
you must either repeat the following process twice or seek out
some rare games and hope for their 5% drop chance.

So now, if you sold the 2 you got from Montblanc, then you need
2 more. If you have one in your inventory, then you're lucky.
You need to creat a High Arcana yourself.


Bazaar item name: Life Crystal (9,999 gil)

Loot required: Arcana x10, Feystone x1, Soul of Thamasa x1

You got a Soul of Thamasa from the Deathscythe hunt. So now you
need a Feystone and 10 Arcana. You got a few Arcana from
Montblanc, but if you've lost count, don't worry, by having the
Canopic Jar all this time you would have more than plenty of
them anyway.

The get a Feystone, you simply need to steal one from any
Elemental or Entite. Take your pick and steal.

Okay, so sell all of those and you got yourself a High Arcana.

If you need to get another High Arcana, then you need to go get
a Soul of Thamasa as well. This is a rather rare item, so 
listen close.

1. Steal from rare game Ishteen (Trophy Monster, Barheim
Passage, East-West Bypass/The Zeviah Span: Initially 2%
appearance chance, chance increases by 2% every 10 seconds)
2. Drop (Warmage's Monograph, 6%) from Oversoul (Necrohol of
Nabudis: appears after you've killed a certain amount of
enemies, appears for a mximum of 6 times)

As you can see both monsters are very rare. Well, good luck.

If you are unlucky enough to have unlocked a Saint's Draught or
an Esoteric Draught in the bazaar and bought either of them
prior to this quest, then I'm sorry, you're gonna have to get
3 High Arcana. I'll explain this in Chapter 4 as well.

Alright, that should be all the Loot you need. On to Chapter 4.


|||| 4. UNLOCKING THE NECESSARIES [SF008] |||||||||||||||||||||

Okay, now that you have everything you need, talk to a merchant
and choose to sell. First off, sell any extra loot that you got
from the quest, but DO NOT, under any circumstances, sell the
loot that you spent so much time collecting.

Okay, here's the checklist.

- 2x Scarletite
- 4x Damascus Steel
- 4x Hell-Gate's Flame
- 2x Soul Powder (1 if you sold the one from the Ixtab Hunt)
- 4x Wargod's Band
- 3x High Arcana (or 2 or 1 depending on what you did. Refer to
High Arcana section above)
- 12x Snake Skin
- 6x Serpent Eye (or 5 if you sold the one from Marilith Hunt)
- 1x Empyreal Soul
- 1x Gemsteel

Alright, now I'll explain why selling the 2 High Arcana you got
from Montblanc already won't work - when you sell a loot, the
game remembers it and calculates how many you need to unlock a
certain item. If you have enough loot to unlock that item then
the item will be enabled in the bazaar. So say you sold 10 of
a certain loot, but only needed 5 to unlock something. the item
will be unlocked, and the game will remember that you sold
enough. Now if you buy that item, then the game will reset the
amount of that specific loot to 0. So your extra 5 you just
sold went down the drain (well, you got money for it though).

Since only 1 High Arcana is needed to unlock those items,
selling 2 actually only counts as 1. hence why you needed more.

Now for the positive side of the bazaar. Going back to the
example before, now assume there are 2 different bazaar goods
that require the same loot. Say, one needs the 5 as mentioned
before, and the other needs 8. If you've sold 10 (or 8, doesn't
matter), then the game will recognise that you've sold enough
for both the goods and so both will be enabled. So in this
example to unlock the 2 goods you only needed to sell 8,
where as if you sold 5, bought that item, the counter resets so
you need to sell 8 more. This is why you only need 3 High
Arcana, as opposed to 5.

First off, feel free to sell your Gemsteel and Empyreal Soul.
After that, we'll get all the Gemsteel stuff out of the way
first, since it doesn't involve any High Arcana. So, you need
to sell 1 Scarletite, 2 Damascus Steel and 2 Hell-Gate's Flame
to unlock it, then you must firt buy it before you sell the 
remainder to unlock it again. This is because you cannot have
more than one of the same repeatable goods in the Bazaar at
once. So sell your other half, and buy that as well.

Now, if you have 3 High Arcana in your inventory, and are
positive that you've sold none to the Bazaar yet, then sell one
now, along with 4x Snake Skin, 2x Serpent Eye (or 1 if you sold
the one fro the Marilith Hunt), 1x Soul Powder (or none if you
sold the one from Ixtab Hunt), and 2x Wargod's Band.

Enter the bazaar and you should see both Jewel of the Serpent
and Jewel of Creation. Buy both, and repeat the process. Now,
Sell all your remainings and you should get your final
Serpentarius. Sell them all, and...


|||| 5. THE MOST EXPENSIVE FLOWER [SF009] |||||||||||||||||||||

Dun dun duuuun..... The Sunflower is unlocked!!!

Sadly, it's not time to celebrate just yet.

Yes, it's true. Your eyes are not cheated by some foul spell.
600,000 gil. This is, if my memory serves me correct, the
single most expensive item in the entire game.

Buying all those Gemsteels and Empyreal Souls and
Serpentariuses and Donuts didn't help you financially. If you
still manage to have 600,000 gil left in your pocket, then you
may go ahead and celebrate. If not, fear not! I shall help you

So, you'll probably be needing a few hundred thousand gil
before you have enough for the Sunflower. Well, I'll show you a
way that you can make more than 100,000 gil in less than 15

If you have defeated the Esper Zeromus, then you have even less
work to do! If you haven't, then firstly talk to the Acolyte
on the steps in front of the Bur-Omisace temple, and he'll give
you the Condemner's Stone. Now teleport to the Stilshrine of
Miriam and make your way to the Way Stone. Choose to use your
newly acquired key item and you'll be teleported to a new area.
Open the Ancient door in front of you and you will face the
Esper. Be warned, as you cannot use Magick during this battle,
so you must rely on X-Potions and such to heal you. However, by
this stage of the game you shouldn't have too much trouble with

Okay, so whether you've defeated Zeromus right now, or you have
already, go to the room where you fought him (if you fought him
just then, you must first teleport out and then re-enter this

As you begin going down the stairs, a bunch of Dark Lords will
dig their way out. For the quickest method, cast Berserk on
your Battering Ram and just follow him around as you pick up
the items from the trail of destruction he made. Occasionally
you will need to go from one side of the room to the other to
make more Dark Lords appear. Once you've killed 30 to 40
Dark Lords, teleport out of the area, teleport, and teleport
again to be back in the room, and repeat the whole process
again. Just be careful you don't let your blood-thirsty
Battering Ram take it out on the 2 Reapers (Reaper Claw and
Reaper Mage) there. Killing them will end your gigantic chain.

What you're looking for are the Blood-darkened Bones. Once you
have 99 of them, then you should leave the place and sell them,
along with all the other loot you got (most commonly Dark 
Crystals and Arcana). Don't worry, you most likely won't have
to kill 99 Dark Lords to get 99 Blood-darkened Bones. As your
chain level grows they'll start dropping 2, 3 or even 4 of them
at a time.

Well with this trick you'll most likely need less than an hour
to afford the Sunflower.

What are you waiting for? Go and buy it now!

Congratulations! You have earned the Tournesol, and you
deserve it!


|||| 6. CONTACT INFO [SF010] ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

E-MAIL:	[email protected]

Resident member of the RN Forums


|||| 7. FAQS [SF011] ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||


|||| 8. TERMINOLOGY [SF012] |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

Multi-Hit: When a character attacks consecutively. The most
hits possible is 12 hits, but it only has a 5% chance and the
character must be in HP Critical status.

Battering Ram: Commonly known as damage dealers. I like the
term Battering Ram because that's what they petty much do. :P

Loot: These are the items dropped but monsters, that you can 
sell to unlock different items in the Bazaar.

Rare Game: As their name suggests, these are very rare 
monsters. The either have a small chance of appearing, or you
must fulfill some requirements before they show up.

Trophy Monster: The "rare" Rare Game monsters. Only appears
after you have defeated Thalassinon and talked to the 
Huntmaster in the Phon Coast. These monsters are "once-only"
monsters, meaning once you kill it, you won't see it ever 

Killchains (chains): As you kill more enemies in the same
family in a row (say, for example, Wolf family), your "chain"
will increase and this increases the chances of item drops and
also the quality of the items.


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-'s FFXII Guide, for informations on
locations/chances etc, basically everything about the monsters.
- Square Enix for making the game!



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