guild can be a frightening place for those of you who don't know what
to do there; that's why I have compiled all this info into one neat
section that you'll want to read before finishing section 1 of the game
(actually all I did was type it, no compiling was involved):
can choose the following things when at the guild:
Change lets you arrange your party, by switching inactive characters
for the active ones. After section 1 I never used this again.
Almost every town has certain characters to recruit, some come at once,
others won't until you do a certain task. There are 14 playable
characters in the game.
- Job: Selecting this lets
you see a list
of available jobs. Jobs are easy to do and their rewards vary from
money to items to making certain tasks easier; and only select
characters can perform certain jobs (some require a knight, while some
only allow females).
- Call: When you recruit a
character and don't put him/her into your party, they stay at the city
they were recruited in.
This would be a bad thing if it weren't for the Call option. Call let's
you summon a character from another town to the one you are in;
depending on the distance, it might take quite a while for them to get
first thing you should do when you enter a new town is to go into the
guild. Recruit anyone you can, do any jobs you can, and call anyone you
need to fight ot for a job. This way by the time you are done levelling
up, all your guild work will be done and you won't have to wait around.
||Cleaning the Arsenal
||Search for Father
||Key of Temptation
||Rainbow Flower Quest
||Revival of the City
||Repairing The Church
||Looking for a Nurse
||The Ancient Book
*Note: All of the info contained in this table was donated by Darkstar Ripclaw (thanks, man ^_^)
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