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Submission #1649: samurai goroh's SNES Final Fantasy V in 3:34:41.07

Console: Super NES
Game name: Final Fantasy V
Game version: JPN
ROM filename: Final Fantasy V.smc
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Emulator: (unknown)
Movie length: 3:34:41.07
FrameCount: 772864
Re-record count: 21525
Author's real name: Erick Guillen
Author's nickname: samurai goroh
Submitter: samurai goroh
Submitted at: 2007-07-25 22:14:35
Text last edited at: 2019-06-13 01:14:43
Text last edited by: adelikat
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Status: published
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Author's comments and explanations:

Configurations:

The Battle Mode set to wait is because with the Battle Speed set at 4 doesn't give you much time, even with frame advance.

The Battle Mode set to 4 is because is the fastest you can go w/o making the enemies to fast for you (i.e. The Wingrapter could defend before I get my 3rd time with Faris to attack...).

Message Speed at 1 shows the text the fastest.

Command Set to Short allows me to chose any of the 4 commands in 1 frame, instead of sometimes 2.

The Gauge bar is removed because IMO looks better that way & might save lag.

The Cursor set on Memory really saves time when you are choosing something, like an item or magic.


Boss Strategies: Here I'll mention what & why did I manipulate in each boss fight.

Note: Names where taken from the GBA version.


FAQ: I've decided to mention some of the most frequent question I could be asked.


Improvements/Blunders:

Despite trying to avoid any mistake, I still had some minor errors that should be taken into account if someone decides to obsolete this run.


Thanks to:
Note: For an outline of which strategies I used, you can check: Samurai Goroh/FFV walkthrough plan


adelikat: Congrats on having your first submission accepted for publication.

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