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World of Balance

1) Intro - Narshe
2) Narshe - Figaro C.
3) Figaro Castle
4) South Figaro
5) Mt. Kolts
6) Returner Hideout
7a) Terra Scenario
7b) Locke Scenario
7c) Sabin Scenario
7d) Sabin Scenario cont.
8) Narshe
9) Figaro C. - Kohlingen
10) Jidoor - Zozo
11) Jidoor - Opera House
12) Imperial Continent
13) Magitek Factory
14) Terra's Past
Op) Mog
15) Cave to Sealed Gate
16) Vector
16a) Imperial Castle
16b) IC cont.
17) Kohlingen
18) Kohlingen cont.
19) Esper Caves
Op) Triangle Island
Op) Water Rondo
Op) Veldt
20) Floating Continent
21) FC cont.

World of Ruin

1) Solitary Island
2) Albrook - Tzen
3) Mobliz
4) Nikeah
4a) Figaro Castle
4b) Darill's Tomb
5) Mt. Zozo
6) Veldt Caves
7) Mobliz Returns
8) Owzer's House
9) Ebot's Rock
10) Narshe
11) Phoenix Cave
12) Cyan's Dream


Item Checklist | Walkthrough | Boss

Locke: Ain't Nothin' Gonna Break My Stride

Once done with Terra and Edgar's scenario, you will appear back at this screen with everybody's favorite Moogle. Go up to Locke and choose him to get started on the second scenario.
Locke will be unequipped at the beginning of this scenario, so make sure to re-equip him with optimum armor. If you've got an extra pair of sprint shoes, I'd recommend putting those on. If not, then you must have been too stupid to buy an extra pair. Well, not my problem.
One hint before getting into this section: Do NOT talk to the guards in the magitek armor. They will literally rip you a new asshole. While it is technically possible to kill these guards and just forget about doing most of this stuff, it's also possible to remove a large section of your brain while suffering almost no side effects. The question is: are you really willing to risk that?
Anyway, if you have any intelligence whatsoever, you will head for the item shop and talk to the merchant there. You need his clothes. Get in a fight with him and do nothing but steal in order to get his clothes. How Locke is able to steal clothes off the guards in the middle of a heated battle is beyond me, however.
Next, head to the house below and to the left of the item shop. Talk to the kid downstairs, and he will painlessly let you pass through to the next section of the town. Once again, you need to steal new clothes, so head up to the green guard on the path above the weapon shop to once again miraculously steal his clothing.
Once you've got the guard's clothing, talk to this guard in the center of the town, and he will simply assume you are there to relieve him of his post (without even asking. How rude!). So now you can travel into the last section of the town.
Next, get your butt on over to the cafe and go downstairs, where some moron merchant will assume you've come to steal his cider. There is lots of assuming going on in this scenario. As my history teacher once said, assuming makes an 'ass' of oneself. Hahaha...ha. Anyway, take the moron's cider (and his clothes).
Now you'll want to go back to the house by the item shop and give the cider to the old man (who doesn't even pay you. What a cheapass!). He'll tell you that you need to give his son a password, but he forgot. And no, the password isn't "I forget". It is courage. Go through the secret passageway that leads to the big mansion.
Funny how none of the guards inside this house find it strange you've made your way in, besides the heavy duty guards at the front. Oh well, easier for you. Head on upstairs to the secret passageway you took earlier in the game. If you forgot where it is, listen for the room with a drafty noise.
Downstairs, you are given the option to change your clothes. It really doesn't matter if you do or not. It just has a nominal effect on the next scene. Head on up to the first door, and you'll see a little cutscene involving the next character to join your crew: Celes. She seems to be a contradiction of terms. A battle hardended knight with a spirit pure as snow. Think about it for a minute. Kinda boggles your mind, doesn't it?
Today's grammar lesson: this is what we call foreshadowing, kids.
Anyway, you'll go through a few more cutscenes, learn some more information, then a guard will exit the room. I just had to show this picture of Locke hiding in the rafters. It still amuses me after all these years for some reason.
Go into the room and undo Celes' shackles (unless you're into that kind of thing, y'know). Then Locke will give his schpiel about how he will protect Celes...though if you ask me, Celes could probably wipe the floor with Locke's ass. And don't even think about stealing her clothes.
Take the key from the guard who keeps mumbling on about bread (mmm...bread), then head over to the room farthest to the right and use the key to wind the clock in the upper right hand corner of the room. For some reason, the sound the cupboard makes when it moves scared the hell out of me the first time I played. I don't know why.
You'll now go through a room filled with some pretty pansy guards (make sure you've equipped Celes to the optimum). At this fork in the road, first go up to get the armor, then go down and to the left (there is a secret passageway in the wall) to get some more treasure, then go all the way down the passageway, get the earing on the left, then head up the stairs to exit the room.

Recommended Level: 15

Then Celes will go off on the typical female equivalent of "why do you love me?" I'll leave this one up to you to decide.
Leave Narshe, and go back to the cave that you came through back with Terra, Edgar, and Locke. Make sure to pick up the treasures that you didn't open last time, because they are much better this time around. Also beware, the enemies have gotten a bit tougher since you've last been in the cave. Still nothing to worry about though.
Very simple. This boss is very easy if you use Celes' runic. This boss will kill you if you don't. That simple. Make sure to steal from him...he can give some good items sometimes.
Tunnel Armor
HP: 1300 MP: 900
Special Weakness/Defence: Lightning / Water Special Attacks: Drill

Item Checklist

Iron Armor (Basement Chest)
Regal Cutlass (Basement Chest)
Heavy Shield (Basement Chest)
Earring (Basement Chest)
Ether (Dungeon Chest)
X-Potion (1) (Dungeon Chest)
Ribbon (Hidden Chest - Underneath X-Potion Chest)
X-Potion (2) (Cave Chest)
Thunder Rod (Cave Chest)
Tent (Cave Chest)
Your Mom (My Bedroom)

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