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LilyPond source for Tifa's limit break[edit]

The Lilypond source for Tifa's limit break would be as follows:


\version "2.6.0"

Song = {
  \clef treble
  \time 4/4
  c'2  d'4  e'  b'2  a'2 r4 c'4  d'  e'  g'  f'  c'  d'  c'1
  \bar "|."
}
NLyrics = \lyricmode {
  Do2 Re4 Mi Ti2 La2 _4 Do4 Re Mi So Fa Do Re Do1
}
\score {
  <<
       \Song
       \new Lyrics << \NLyrics >>
  >>
  \layout { }
  \midi { \tempo 4 = 120 }
}

I don't know if Wikibooks uses WikiTeX, probably not (last I checked Wikipedia didn't, thus I don't think Wikibooks does either), but when and if it does, we could use this score. --Wwwwolf 10:37, 3 October 2005 (UTC)

Updates[edit]

I just recently went through and make the page more friendly and explained some more parts in detail through a few edits.

Aeriths Level 4 Limit Break:Tiny Bronco[edit]

"You can also get there by following the coasts and going up the river with the Tiny Bronco."

No, you can't. I could've sworn you could, but I recently tried it, and, well, I'll let the screenshot speak for itself:

picture

The red circle is where the man lives that tells you the amount of battles you were in, right? The black line, well, the Bronco can't traverse the ocean (it is "ocean, right, or "sea"....?) you know, the dark parts. To get there, you need to go through the dark parts, which the Bronco can't. You can only get to the man with the airship or the Buggy. Still, I'm not sure I got the right area or something, cause I could've sworn I got there before....EAB 18:41, 14 October 2006 (CDT)

The Tiny bronco can travel the river that goes across the continent and ends by the weapon maker's house, so you can get there in the Tiny Bronco.

Vincent's Chaos Limit Break - A Correction[edit]

The Guide says that Vincent Valentines Level 4 Limit Break of CHAOS does Fire Damage to all enemies with the Chaos Sabre...

Just a very slight correction!

CHAOS Actually uses the "Hell Fires" - What does this mean?

Well, regardless of any normal immunities - In the PS1 Version And carried over to the later PS3/PS4 releases - These attacks DO NOT COUNT AS ELEMENTAL ATTACKS!

So, Fire based enemies WILL STILL TAKE DAMAGE even if they are immune to fire!

The Original PC Version also keeps this in play - However, I do not yet know about the Steam Edition (Will let you know as soon as I have the Limit Break!) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 86.187.183.53 (talkcontribs) .

Why are you adding this information to the talk page? No one is going to see it. The talk page is to discuss formatting issues with the page, or other conversations about content. Please add this information directly to the guide where it will be of some use to people. Just do it with fewer words, and no SHOUTING. Thanks. Procyon 16:30, 20 January 2016 (UTC)
Please feel free to update the page directly with this information. -- Prod (talk) 16:32, 20 January 2016 (UTC)

Tifa's on the Playstation[edit]

The last "note" would be the "X" not triangle