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Phantom Brave – Title Guide The Complete Title List/Frequently Asked Questions Negative Titles (Rank I was a Heroic Fighter, dangit! But when I got my grubby mitts on that T title I threw that thing on her faster You can set Failure to your uber dark wpn again and fuse another one to. GameStop: Buy Phantom Brave: We Meet Again, Atlus, Nintendo Wii, Find release can create units from a number of list of monster/ghost categories and power .. powers to talk to ghosts and summon them hence the title "phantom brave". This item:Phantom Brave: We Meet Again by NIS America $ In Stock . from the original game will be carried over, so gamers who haven't played Phantom Brave can fully enjoy this title. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Likewise, titles can also give resistances to elements, increased move distance, increased steal rate, increased experience and money bonuses, and of course, stats stats stats. Fire - Mega Fire G.
Ice - Giga Ice O. I applied it to marona, because she really is Perfect and just needed the title to make it official, but it only went up from an F to a D.
It's not as simple as that. There are hidden numbers used to determine what letter is associated with a given stat. Those numbers are listed here. S Some titles give bonuses to your weapon proficiencies, increasing A to S, for example Since I don't know the exact names of the skills, I'll write the key I'll be using here.
This increases his A by 7 points, giving him an S in the physical aptitude stat. Marona only has an F in her physical stat, a whopping one point. Of course there are some exceptions.
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The more dark points you have, the higher the chance you have of triggering a special Phantom Island event where the character gains the Unliked title. To get the Blsphm title, you must accumulate dark points on a single character. This will trigger another Phantom Island event where the character gains the Blsphm title and gains the skill Dark Eboreus. These are fairly well known on the boards, but not everyone visits the boards, and even those who do still find themselves asking.
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It's actually very simple. Follow these steps verrry carefully, as they're rather hard, confusing, and mind-boggling. I knew you'd get it. Now I'll be you're asking yourself "What's the point of all that now? Because I'm going to go into great length and detail to answer it!
When fusing items, the game uses a straight mathematical function to show how many base points go into each stat and the multiplier for each stat. If you looked at a dark wpn, it would look something like this Atk: Now let's see what happens if you fused two of those dark wpns together with no failure titles.
Well let's break out the failure title and see what it does to this guy's stats Atk: Characters and objects that are O. When an enemy is O. B'd, the level of each of the remaining enemies rises by one, so the player can trade a large force of weak enemies for a smaller number of stronger ones. If the enemy's HP is reduced to zero before it is thrown out of the stage, its allies will not be granted a level up. The last enemy on the map cannot be thrown O. All characters and weapons accumulate "mana" a magical currency for increasing a character or weapon's abilities whenever they kill an enemy.
This mana can be spent to fuse two characters together, an item into a character, or an item to an item. Fusion increases the level cap of the beneficiary by the level of the consumed item or character. By spending mana, the player can improve equipment percentages stat bonuses given to characters who equip the item or character and confine percentages bonuses to characters confined in the item on the fieldand even transfer skills to the beneficiary.
In Phantom Brave, weapons have a much greater effect on a character's stats than their natural affinity. The maximum obtainable character level is While on Phantom Isle, a character class called Dungeon Monk can be asked to create a random dungeon. Some characteristics of the dungeon can be seen before creation, including the type and general number of enemies present, the floor conditions, and if the use of equipped weapons is restricted or not.
Dungeons also have titles, which are applied to every enemy in the dungeon. As the floors of the dungeon are cleared, the title of the dungeon will improve. These titles can later be removed and placed on player characters or weapons to alter their stats.
Random dungeons can also be retitled. A popular leveling trick is to give a random dungeon the "failure" title, allowing the player to beat hordes of high level enemies easily.
Random dungeons tend to take the form of a linear series of floors, although occasionally a floor may have a special named layout for example, "Self-Styled God" floors have a stronger enemy in the center of a terraced layout.
These floors occur randomly and confer an extra bonus upon completion. Unlike in Disgaea, where to descend to the next floor one may merely move a character to a certain panel, in Phantom Brave one must defeat all the enemies present to continue.
To leave a random dungeon, one must either clear every floor, or use a Dungeon Monk's Return skill, which costs money proportional to the current depth. While between battles, Marona can return to her home; Phantom Island, where she can summon create new phantoms to aid her in future battles.
The player starts off by being able to create characters from a limited selection of classes, but each class of enemy that is defeated in battle is added to the selection of phantoms the player may summon.
Summoning phantoms requires only a nominal fee, but new phantoms always join at level 1 no matter when they are summoned. Marona's phantoms populate the island, and the player can converse with them.
Many classes have a special utility on the island; Merchants sell items, Healers can recover the damage that units have sustained Fusionists can combine characters and items, Witches allow the player to reorder a character or weapon's spells and skills, and Blacksmiths combine mana with weapons to either level them up or to awaken latent skills hidden in the weapon.
Phantom Isle hides several secret items and character classes, such as the Changebook, which allows the player to switch the character they explore the map with. Phantom Brave has a series of extra maps following the main storyline. These post-game maps offer more powerful enemies and feature cameos by some members of the cast of the Disgaea games as enemies. After defeating these characters they will join the player's pool of playable characters as "phantom doubles".
While the first couple of extra maps can be completed immediately after the main story, the later extra maps are very difficult and require a large amount of time invested into the game to be spent leveling characters and fusing weapons before they can be completed. Kaori Mizuhashi Japanese ; Sandy Fox English The heroine of the game, Marona is a year-old girl who has the ability to see and communicate with phantoms, a set of abilities collectively known in-game as "Chartreuse".
This power enables her to make a living as a Chroma, a kind of adventurer-for-hire, despite being at such a young age, but it also makes her feared and shunned by other people, many thinking that she is possessed. She lost her parents when she was five, but Ash, a friend of her parents and a former Chroma-turned-phantom, came back to protect Marona after the demise of her parents and himself.
When he was alive he worked alongside Marona's parents as a Chroma. After dying along with them, he found himself stuck between life and death, thanks to the efforts of Marona's father. He has since sworn to watch over and protect Marona, feeling that he owes Marona's parents for being the only one to "survive" their unfortunate demise. He is usually careful and well-intentioned, if overprotective of Marona, but is sometimes known to frighten the unwary when he accidentally speaks aloud while concealed in his phantom form.
He frequently objects to Marona's selfless behavior. Bijou A werewolf who impersonates Raphael of the White Wolf Army in order to steal from people who have heard of Raphael's renowned fighting prowess. He later returns in the Sand region under the influence of Sulphur, which fuels his impersonation into a belief that he really is Raphael.
After he is defeated again, he is shown to be a member of the Raven clan, the Fighting Beasts, under Captain Drab. Bijou, along with many other characters that show up in the original game's story, is a playable unit in the Wii and PSP exclusive side story "Another Marona". Kousuke Toriumi A Chroma Oxide, a person that makes a living by waiting for a Chroma to near the completion of their assigned job and then takes proof of the work's completion in order to steal the reward.
Willing to do anything and step on anyone to achieve his goals, Walnut is the older brother of Marona's newfound friend Castile, and puts aside his Chroma Oxide earnings to pay for an operation for her. Walnut's power, "Psycho Burgundy", is the same power utilized by the legendary hero Scarlet the Brave, and is fueled by burning the wielder's soul to create a powerful energy.
An alternate universe version of Walnut joins Marona and company as a playable character in "Another Marona", a side story that is exclusive to the Wii and PSP versions of the game.
Yui Itsuki Castile is a young wheelchair-bound girl, whose family was rich before spending most of their fortune on her treatments. She is kidnapped by minions of Sulphur, but rescued by Marona and Ash.
Castile learns about Marona's ability to see phantoms, and meets with Ash, and she and Marona become best friends as the events of the story unfold. According to an after-game bonus map in the PS2 game Makai Kingdom: Chronicles of the Sacred TomeCastile eventually recovers from the sickness that keeps her in bed and becomes healthy enough to fight alongside Marona, while searching for signs that her brother Walnut may still be alive.
She is generous and polite to a fault, but her calm demeanor holds a few secrets. Even her assistant, Murasaki, is clueless as to Sienna's true motivations, or what it is about Phantom Isle that makes it so important to her. It is later revealed that she was the legendary hero Scarlet the Brave before she was severely wounded in her battle with Sulphur, and that she gave up being a famed warrior to live a calm life of relative obscurity.
Takashi Nagasako A fierce and powerful year-old man whose family was slain by Sulphur's hand 30 years ago. Once the famed wielder of a holy sword, he has sworn to kill Sulphur and avenge his family, turning to the use of dark powers in order to achieve his revenge. He is the former mentor of Raphael, and one of the warriors known as the 9 Swords of Ivoire. His signature technique is the power "Dark Eboreus".
An alternate version of Sprout joins the player's party in "Another Marona".
Junji Majima Leader of the White Wolf Army; a group of Ravens a large team of professional demon slayersRaphael is one of the warriors known as the 9 Swords of Ivoire. He is first seen in the quest to find the rainbow bird. His signature technique is called Heliotrope Blade.
Sulphur The story's main antagonist and a powerful demon that periodically threatens the world of Ivoire.Phantom Brave: We Meet Again  Welcome Back