|#1 by hage|
2017-06-08 at 17:56
|Sorry for making another discussion thread bit i kinda stuck on where to find the rainbow grass? (虹色草)|
I hate it when the important item drop from enemy, sometime i don't know where to farm. Can anyone help me with this problem?
I would appreciate if someone could post a link for all the item on the game
|#2 by harleyquin|
2017-06-08 at 18:48
|Look up the game's online encyclopedia. If there's an entry for the item but no location on where to get it, it means you'll have to progress through the game further before a dungeon with the item in question is unlocked.|
Alternatively head over to the Japanese wiki page. It's incomplete but the Japanese players will eventually fill everything in which should make reference a bit easier.
Come to think of it, the item in question can be bought from the shop once players have a high enough goddess rank or progressed far enough into the storyline.Last modified on 2017-06-08 at 18:49
|#3 by hage|
2017-06-09 at 00:17
|Do you have any link of it? I would appreciate if someone can put the link over here|
And about the item i was looking for, it's my mistake, it wasn't drop item, i just didn't progress the story at that time
|#4 by tyr|
2017-06-09 at 00:58
|You don't need a list. The list can't be better than the ingame encyclopedia.|
As soon as you encounter the name of an item or enemy, the entry will be unlocked which contains all the information that is currently available.
If the item is a drop, it will tell you which enemies drop it. If no enemy is listed, you haven't encountered an enemy who will drop the item yet and thus it is unavailable so far. If there is an enemy, look up the enemy and it will tell you where to find it. Same is true if it's something to gather or mine.
Since everything that is already available will be unlocked, you can always tell if something is obtainable or not. You never have to search for something blindly.Last modified on 2017-06-09 at 00:59
|#5 by kzel|
2017-06-09 at 01:18
|I mostly agree, the in-game encyclopedia can get the job done.|
However, it's not very convenient to use:
-You can't search and have to scroll through the lists
-For gather/mine, it doesn't tell the locations you can get them, so you have to look at each area's list
-For drops, you can't click on the enemy name to quickly find out about it, you have to go to the units page and scroll through the list hoping to find it
There's certainly room for improvement, and a wiki could help.
|#6 by tyr|
2017-06-09 at 03:33
|It's really a shame that there are no quick links in the encyclopedia, that's true.|
The most important thing for me however is that it tells you whether an item is available or not. And that is probably the most important thing for someone who wants to create some items in his first playthrough.
A wiki list would tell you the location or enemy, but then you still had to check if you already have it unlocked or not if you don't remember the name.Last modified on 2017-06-09 at 03:37
|#7 by otakuvnovel|
2017-07-18 at 21:02
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