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Googleshng - February 1 '04- 2:00 Eastern Standard Time

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Dear sirs or madames,

I cannot seem to find any information online about the legend of mana (ie walkthroughs,strategy). It has been driving me crazy. I am in the middle of a quest to find find my cactus, and all of the clues that have led me to his whereabouts point to someone named Brownie. Who in the flaming #### is this person and where do I find him/her? If you do not answer questions like these, my apologies. So here is another queston: Will Final Fantasy IX have all of the complicated menu screens/ junctioning bs. I much rather prefered the FF VII system. Thank you for your time

Googleshng:
When I first saw this letter, I thought that was a typo for FF11, but a closer look at the headers reveals it actually was just stuck in limbo for 4 years. Better late than never though, right?

Legend of Mana guides can be found here.

FF9 uses a system for gaining new abilities that's pretty much a cross between FF6 and FF7. You equip stuff, which gives you abilities, like with Materia, and if you leave it on long enough, you'll learn it permanently, like with Espers.

FF11 for what it's worth is actually closer to FF3 than anything else from what I hear, what with mages having to buy spells and all.

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What's up, Google?

So, I got to thinking last night. We all know that Ratchet and Wheeljack, probably the Autobots two best mechanics, were killed off in The Movie. Thus, it's Perceptor who examines and diagnoses Prime's injuries as fatal. Hypothetically speaking, of course, do you think that had Ratchet and Wheeljack been the ones working on him, Prime might have survived? I think they might have been able to do more for Prime. Of course, I may just have too much free time.

Barry

Googleshng:
Makes sense to me. Especially considering the whole bit where sometime after the movie, they actually went and got a decent mechanic to fix him and all.

Incidently, I wish more stuff would periodically do a mass slaughtering of characters nobody likes like that. It would make a lot of things much more interesting. I mean, just imagine if halfway through Legend of Dragoon someone came along and slaughtered... uh... everyone but Rose?

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Googleshng:
OK. I'm not wasting any money on medicine. I'd also like to take this oppertunity to announce that I am a straight girl with huge boobs. Tell all your friends so they'll realize I have no use for the hundreds of things they try to sell me every day.




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