Now I know what you're thinking (and it's not about food or sleep), 'Why are you doing this walkthrough when we already know the jobs of this game? Could you not think of anything else better?'
Well, sometimes you need to do small things to contribute to what may be helpful in the future to anyone willing to play this classic, which in this case may be a very small list of people interested. And if you don't understand or don't care, then what the hell are you doing here? Get back to your days of drooling at the Jonas and all the other rock stars and such that are nothing compared to Metallica and the other gods and greats.
Also, while the title DOES say DS Job walkthrough, the following also matters for the PSP version, so don't worry about whether there's a difference between versions.
Now I also know not many people like the game mainly because unlike in FFV, leveling up jobs is even more of a bitch, but don't worry. The chart that you see below tells you how much difficulty you'll have training a Job class, so it might come in handy:
|Rating||What it means|
|Very Easy||This won't take long to level up, you should have no problem with it. # of turns: 5|
|Easy||A little difficult, but only means more battles. # of turns: 6|
|Somewhat Easy||In between the Very Easy jobs and the Hard jobs. Only one class has this. # of turns: 7|
|Medium||May need some work, but definitely worth it. # of turns: 8|
|Somewhat Hard||A bit harder, but also worth it. # of turns: 9|
|Hard||Close to impossible. Most awesome classes have this difficulty. # of turns: 10|
|Very Hard||The most amount of work you'll ever do next to leveling up your characters. # of turns: 13|
BTW, if you're wondering what I mean by "turns", look at this clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MYqoL7eazI
Okay, enough chitchat. Let's get it on!!!!
Table of Contents Edit
- Part 1: Freelancers and the Wind Crystal
- Part 2: Playing with Fire
- Part 3: Don't get wet, or you'll melt...
- Part 4: Getting to a rocky finish...
- Part 5: My recommendations for each Job