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Final Fantasy Tactics4
Introduction
Jobs
Squire
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Equipment
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Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions


Cheats & Codes
4 Unlockables
16 Hints

Unlockables
Second Battle at Lionel Castle
To unlock a second battle at Lionel Castle, you must have Beowulf and Human Reis in your
active party. When you return to Lionel Castle, a cutscene will play. Aliste Rosenheim will
appear and kidnap Reis. Then, the battle will ensue. Win this battle, fight Celebrent
Bredmondt, and you will get Reis back after you're victorious. (unverified)
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Secret Characters
Here's a list of unlockable characters in Final Fantasy Tactics. Keep in mind that each
character is acquired in the fourth chapter, and that you must have Mustadio in your party for
each character to appear. Otherwise, you won't have the opportunity to recruit any characters.

Balthier - After you see the cutscene during chapter four at Bervenia, read the rumors at the
pub in Gollund. From there, travel to Dorter, and do the same thing you did in Gollund. When
you leave Dorter from there, you'll automatically engage in a battle. If you're victorious,
Balthier will join the party permanently. (Submitted by Leo)
Beowulf - Read the rumors at Goland, and then head to Lesalia. There, you will find Beowulf,
and can agree to accompany him to Goland. After a series of plot battles, he joins the party.

Biblos - After clearing all ten levels of the Deep Dungeon, this character will become available
for recruitment.
Cloud - After returning Reis to human form, go to Goug. Cloud (of Final Fantasy VII fame) will
run off to Zarghidas. After clearing Igros, go to Zargidas and win the fight to recruit this
character.
Construct 8 - After rescuing Reis from Goland, return to Goug. Worker 8 joins the party after a
cutscene.
Dragon Reis - Go with Beowulf through Goland Coal City. Reis is rescued during the final battle
in the series, and will join the party thereafter.
Human Reis - First, read the rumors at Zeltennia, and then buy a flower in Zarghidas. From
there, return to Goug. This unlocks a battle in Zeltennia, where Reis takes human form at the
fight's conclusion.
Dark Knight
Unlocking one of the two new job classes in the PSP version of Final Fantasy Tactics is a bit of a
chore. The Dark Knight has many pre-requisites to unlock, but once that's done, you'll have a
powerful job on your hands.
To unlock the Dark Knight class, you must completely master the Knight and Black Mage
classes - that is, learn each of their skills. Also, achieve the eighth level with the Dragoon,

Geomancer, Ninja, and Samurai jobs. You must also must have killed twenty enemies in battle
to the point that the enemy disappears from the battlefield (three rounds).
Onion Knight
To unlock the Onion Knight as an option for any given character, that character must be a
level six Chemist and a level six Squire.

Hints
Rare Item Harvesting
Equip the skill "Tame" to a character then tame any class of monster and roam around the
world map until you get monster eggs to hatch into the highest class of that monster then
bring it and anyone who has the ability "Poach" into battle and poach the monster. Its best to
save right before the poaching battle so you can load afterward if you did not get the item you
were looking for. Ex. Tame a "Trent" and hatch them until you get "Elder Trent" then save and
poach then check to see if you get the Knight Sword "Defender" or the more common
"Guardian Bracelet." This trick can be done with any monster except for Ultima Demons.
Submitted by Mrfrankenbone
Rare Items
You can get many items by poaching many different monsters. Sometimes you may get rare
items that you will not be able to purchase in the Outfitter's.
Holy Mace - poach a Sekhret
Cachusha - poach a Pig
Dragon's Whisker - poach a Red Dragon
Cherche - poach a Behemoth King
Zwill Straightblade - poach a Vampire Cat
Elixir - poach a Red Chocobo
Omnilex - poach a Great Malboro
Submitted by IGN_Cheats
The Birthday of Agrias
To trigger this extra event, have the following requirements fulfilled.
Alicia and Lavian must still be in your party, as well as Agrias and Mustadio.
You must have at least 500,000 funds available to you.
You must be at the beginning of the chapter four. It may work after this, but thats the
minimum advancement you have to have had achieved through the game.

If all of the above is true for you, head to a town where you can advance to another town
without triggering a random encounter. Go back and forth between the two locations youve
chosen until the date is Cancer 1, which is Agrias birthday. If youre in a town on Cancer 1, a
triggered event will occur where Mustadio will give Agrias a present. Its called the Tynar
Rouge, and its a powerful item indeed!
Ultima For Ramza
Heres a great way to acquire the Ultima spell for use by Ramza. Have Ramza in the battle at
Limberry Castle and make sure hes a Squire (no other class). With some luck during the first
or second battles there, Ceilia or Ledw will cast Ultima on Ramza. As long as Ramza is a Squire
when this happens, hell learn Ultima as a Squire skill which can then be reproduced at will.
Find Cloud's Materia Blade
A weapon called Clouds Materia Blade can be found at Mount Bervenia. When you head there
to battle, send any character in your party equipped with the Treasure Hunter skill to the
highest peak on the stage. When you head there, youll receive the blade you seek.
Tricking Doom
Doom can be a pesky spell, since it gives you three turns to win the battle before you're
automatically killed (even less time if you have the misfortune of having something like Haste
cast on you at the same time). If you want some tips on how to stay alive with Doom, try the
following:
1.) Cast Slow on the character afflicted with Doom. It will slow the Doom Count down.
2.) Cast Stop on the character afflicted with Doom. It will temporarily stop the Doom
Count.
3.) Use Induration (a Mystic Art) to turn the character afflicted with Doom to stone. This
"heals" Doom, though the character will be encased in stone until you heal him or her.
Skill Crystal Glitch
Here's an interesting glitch. When you kill an enemy (or when an ally falls), they turn into a
Crystal after three full turns. You can then pick up the crystal, which will usually result in a
restoration of HP and MP for the character who grabbed it. Sometimes, however, skills and
abilities can be learned from the Crystal. If this happens and there are multiple options,
always choose the last skill listed. Your character will then learn all of the skills and abilities
listed, not just the one you selected.
Kill the Undead
If you're having difficulty defeating undead monsters, or simply want an easier way to
eliminate them, try using healing spells and items on them. Instead of healing them or helping

them out, these items will actually damage them. Potions, Phoenix Downs, and healing spells
like Cura will damage these foes, so give it a try!
Monk Experience and JP
Here's another great way to level-up easily. Have a party of five, with one of your characters
playing as a Monk. Have that character learn the skill Chakra. Then, take them to a map where
a "plus sign-shaped" area can be found. Have your five players stand in this area, with the
Monk in the middle. Then, simply have them attack each other, using the Monk's Chakra
ability to heal everyone each round. This will rack up some easy JP and experience points if
you have some patience.
Focus Farming
If you have the Squire ability Focus, you can get experience and JP even if you're unable to
attack during any round. Learning Focus and giving it to characters, even non-Squires, is a
great way to utilize each and every round of combat in a productive manner. If you have
nothing to attack, are out of range, or whatever, using something like Focus will still give you
JP and experience points each round.
Experience With Toad
If you have a Black Mage, have him or her learn the spell Toad. Then, transform all of the
enemies on the field into toads. Kill any enemies that aren't able to be turned. Then, you can
attack and heal your own party to build experience and JP for as long as you want with no
threat from the enemies. When you're done, you can then kill the toads for an easy victory.
Addition by Verdeni:
You can actually turn everyone into Toads using your Black Mage (or whomever), killing
anyone who can't be turned. Then, use the AI mode to let the battle progress, pressing the
Triangle button every so often so that the PSP won't fall asleep. When you do this, the Toads
will attack and do their functions without you having to participate (like the Lete River in
Final Fantasy VI). You can easily get ten or fifteen levels per character in a single battle. Give it
a try!
Job List
Below are a list of all of the base jobs in the game, and how to unlock any given character's
ability to use said job.
Archer - Squire (Lv. 2)
Arithmetician - Black Mage (Lv. 5), Mystic (Lv. 4), Time Mage (Lv. 4), White Mage (Lv. 5)
Bard* - Orator (Lv. 5), Summoner (Lv. 5)
Black Mage - Chemist (Lv. 2)

Dancer** - Dragoon (Lv. 5), Geomancer (Lv. 5)


Dragoon - Thief (Lv. 4)
Geomancer - Monk (Lv. 4)
Knight - Squire (Lv. 2)
Mime - Chemist (Lv. 8), Dragoon (Lv. 5), Geomancer (Lv. 5), Orator (Lv. 5), Squire (Lv. 8),
Summoner (Lv. 5)
Monk - Knight (Lv. 3)
Mystic - White Mage (Lv. 3)
Ninja - Archer (Lv. 4), Geomancer (Lv. 2), Thief (Lv. 5)
Orator - Mystic (Lv. 3)
Samurai - Dragoon (Lv. 2), Knight (Lv. 4), Monk (Lv. 5)
Summoner - Time Mage (Lv. 3)
Thief - Archer (Lv. 3)
Time Mage - Black Mage (Lv. 3)
White Mage - Chemist (Lv. 2)
* - Only males can be Bards.
** - Only females can be Dancers.
Submitted by IGN_Cheats
New Jobs
There are two new jobs in this release of the game that weren't in the original PSX release Onion Knight and Dark Knight.
Friendly Fire
During random battles (not story-driven battles), getting experience and JP are vital to the
growth of your characters. Since enemies in random battles can almost always be handled
rather easily by your party (as they grow with the strength of your party), you can eliminate
all but one member of the enemy party rather easily. Leaving that enemy alive, you should
then have your characters attack one another, healing with Chemist skills and White Magic if
you can, until you can no longer survive without killing off your party. Then, go after the final
enemy and eliminate it to finish the battle. By doing this, you can create experience and JP you
wouldn't have gotten in the battle otherwise, lessening the amount of random battles you'll
have to fight to build your characters' levels.
Friendly Fire & Chocobo
If you have a Chocobo in your party, you'll no doubt know that they have Choco Cure, a useful
skill that can be used over and over again. Choco Cure restores some of the Chocobo's HP, as
well as characters in front of it, behind it, and to the left and right of it. If you try executing the
hint entitled "Friendly Fire", having a Chocobo in your party to heal characters grouped

together each round will allow you to survive the fight even longer, building experience and JP
levels even higher.
JP Boost
Although it's tempting to immediately branch out from the Squire job, stay with the job until
you earn enough JP to purchase the JP Boost skill. With this equipped on any other job, JP
earned in battle will be increased significantly, allowing you to acquire skills for other jobs
more rapidly than you otherwise would have been able to.

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