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Another Suggested Party[edit]

This is the party that allowed me to defeat Divinegon with an average level lower than 40:

  1. Hero
  2. Soldier >>> Jester >>> Sage (blue)
  3. Cleric (F) >>> Mage >>> Thief >>> Dealer (pink)
  4. Mage (M) >>> Cleric >>> Fighter (green)

I changed the class of the Clerics only after they learned Vivify and Beat, and changed the class of the Mages only after they learned Bounce. This way, every character had good healing and support abilities.

It's great to have all the characters casting Bounce on the first turn, and then watch powerful spellcasting enemies defeating themselves!

Turn Hero Fighter Sage Dealer
1 Cast Thordain Cast Bikill on himself Cast Increase Cast Bikill on the Hero
2 Attack Attack Cast Blazemost Use the SageRock
or cast Upper on someone

Using the same party, GranDragon was a piece of cake, also because they were all at level 99 by the time I reached there. --Abacos (talk) 20:16, 14 June 2012 (UTC)

Why did you put this on the talk page? If it worked for you, then it is a viable strategy and is a useful addition to the page. My hope is that someday enough strategies/analysis will be garnered that we can devise a formula for the party, or steps of strategies (e.g. at which stage certain parties or levels of characters are necessary). --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 06:57, 15 June 2012 (UTC)
It's already added at the very Bottom of the Page. Certaintly useful for SNES/GBC as NES don't have Divinegon. The Strategy is also not appliedable for NES, since there are some restriction. Paco (talk) 16:44, 15 June 2012 (UTC)
Like what, not being able to use Thief? Also, Abacos, how is Merchant useful at end game? --Notmyhandle (talk contribs) 17:57, 15 June 2012 (UTC)
That is one. In Game you can't change into Jester so you need to create a Jester beforehand and change into Sage directly without changing to other Classes. Paco (talk) 18:58, 15 June 2012 (UTC)
Why do you put your soldier through Jester on the way to Sage? You've only got one sage in this party, so wouldn't it be more efficient to go directly from Soldier to Sage (via Book of Satori)? - Daryl —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) .
Because I wanted to use all the character classes in one game. Furthermore, the Jester has very high Luck that is passed down to the Sage; finally, he/she learns a unique spell, Whistle, useful for faster level-up. (I refer to the GBC version, the NES version could be different.) --Abacos (talk) 12:36, 4 February 2014 (UTC)