Lightning Returns, the third and final game in the Final Fantasy 13 storyline, has finally been released. Resurrected in order to usher the souls of the living from a soon-to-be-doomed world into the next, there's also no shortage of loose ends for Lightning to tie up in this winding tale. To help you navigate all this content, we've created a walkthrough that will take you right through this concluding game's storyline. That tale's comprised of a lengthy main campaign that takes in a handful of different core locations, all of which have been stuffed with plenty of side quests to keep you busy.

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There is a save point, and a group of enemies to the left and right side of you. Defeat one set of enemies, and then fight the next set. Once you have defeated all of them, run around the room to the other side, and the enemies will respawn.

You can repeat this as many times as desired and complete a battle each time in under one minute by simply using the Relentless Assault and Diversity combinations. After each battle, you will get CP, as well as an item occasionally from the spoil that remains.

This trick allows you to easily gain enough CP to use later on if you have already maxed out your current level, or you can max out your current level in the Crystalium system. When you first arrive in Gran Pulse Disc 3 , you will be told to go to Vanille's village. On the way to the village you must go through Taejin Tower. Do the following steps there to get easy CP:. You can use the following tactic to kill them in approximately 34 seconds with tier two weapons. Start with the default Ravager x3 on the main target in the middle; should be auto targeted until he is staggering.

Then, switch to your other tactic, and keep auto-attacking the same enemy. With help from Vanille saboteur , he will die in a few combos while your other commando is already killing one of the side enemies. Keep attacking until he is dead. To make this easier, have the auto-haste "Sprint Shoes" gear equipped. During the assault on the Estheim house, run around the circular hallway instead of taking the red circle out of the room.

The soldiers are easy to defeat, and you can get anywhere from to CP per battle, as well as an incentive chip that you can sell if desired. An easy way to do this is to attack the soldiers at the window, and instead of turning around and going straight for the soldiers behind you, go around the hall and attack.

Once you make it back, the soldiers at the window will have respawned. When you enter the hall while on the Palamecia and the alarms go off there is a safe point against the wall , defeat all the enemies. Instead of following the right turn, keep going. You will eventually end up back at the entrance to the ship. Kill all the enemies located there, then turn back.

The enemies in the hall will have respawned. Repeat this as many times as desired. Use the following trick to get 6, CP in approximately two minutes. There are two Behemoth-like enemies fighting each other at Gran Pulse.

Once you encounter them, a preemptive attack will always happen. Wait until you get Haste and Fire elemental offense. Kill the purple creature to make the white one easier to defeat. Go back near the save point to have them respawn. Use the following trick to get easy CP, Gil, and experience items. Once you are back inside the airship and get to the area shown below, save at the first save point. Then, run along the route until you reach save point 2. Save there, then run back.

Repeat this multiple times to get Credit Chips, Incentive Chips, and Perfect Conductors the highest experience item at that point in the game.

You will also get approximately 3, to 5, CP for each run through. You can either find the Sprint Shoes or make them. One of the methods to making them is using a Tetradic Tiara. Follow the order below exactly. This method works best if you have the accessory that makes you more likely to get a drop after a battle.

Make sure you upgrade it to the top tier as well. The result should be one raw material that sells for 12, Gil, three Talisman, and one pair of Sprint Shoes. The same process works if you get the Tetradic Crown drop instead of the Tiara; however, instead of breaking down four Iron-Bangles, just break down three.

Also, instead of getting the Sprint Shoes, you will get Herme's Shoes. Set up two of the same Paradigms, and have them close to each other in the top of the menu. You do not have to use the same ones, but do so if it is the best attack.

You might want to try this with your battle speed set to slow until you get used to the process. During turn 1, let your ATB charge. For example, if you have four attacks, during the third attack display the "Paradigm" menu, and highlight the next Paradigm.

Once you see your fourth attack on screen or guess the timing for turn 2, use the extra ATB. You must charge a turn to get an extra ATB. However, you cannot use an extra ATB to get another extra one. Note: You can just charge the ATB half way to get an extra one. For example:. Use the following equation to determine how much experience is required to get any weapon capped at its current level:.

For example, to get from level 1 to 2, you need 1, experience. From level 2 to 3, you need 1, EXP. So n for this weapon would equal For example, Axis Blade at level 1 requires 1, experience to reach level 2.

An easier way to understand this equation is x times n minus n. Then, multiply that value by x divided by 2. Then, add b times x. Just as the cutscene before a Boss battle ends, press [Menu].

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