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Masta Killa
03-11-2004, 06:52 AM
I ve just bought FF X-2 and am upto about chapter 2 or summin, but I would like to know how I can start to play sphere break. I need some coins soposidly, any ideas?:D :whatever: :eye:

Jackel
03-11-2004, 11:37 AM
How I got to play was in Chapter 3. Just go to Luca and the mission is to try and win the matches. It was hard as hell then finally after reseting too mant times, I made it to the final then, well your see.

Agent0042
03-11-2004, 11:53 AM
:) I confirm what Jackel said. You can't do anything but practice until Chapter 3, so get ready to play then. You can get coins from the Bikanel Desert, although they won't be of much use at the very start of Chapter 3, when, if you visit Luca, you're thrust into a tournament that requires you use a specific set of coins. Hint: multiplier echo is your friend.

Kie
03-15-2004, 12:04 PM
Wow, the tournament really is not hard. Just use your coin that allows echos. I beat everyone first try with echos, so easy. A constant run of 4 coins kicks ass.

Vivi FF
03-15-2004, 12:38 PM
Here are a few tips.

Try and use Echo bonuses. Echo bonuses are when you obtain the same quota multiple times in a row. Based on the number of the same quota in a row and the number of coins used will determine how many bonus quota points you'll receive. Getting bonuses on your 10th time in a row will yeild more bonus points than your 3rd. You'll get more points if you use 4 coins per turn than if you used 2.

If you want to play conservatively, always only use two coins, a starter one and a border one. Keep using only two coins over and over again and your echo multiplier will increase giving you more points the more you go on. On your first turn, you'll get 1 pt., your second you'll get 2, your third you'll get 3, etc. If you want to hurry this up, try using three of four coins per turn instead of two.

Also, try to get rid of the higher numbers first because a 9 will be cleared off the board no matter if you use it or not. So if you need a multiple of 7, use 5 and 9 as apposed to 5, 3, and 4. Although the second method would net you 2 pts., you'll lose 3 coins when you could lose only 1.