This guide will explain to you everything you need to know about how the new stack system works in World of Final Fantasy. When implemented and exploited, the stack system can be an extremely powerful asset whenever a fight unfolds.
How to Change Stacks
One of the many changes to Final Fantasy in the new World of Final Fantasy is the stack system. This new stack system allows you to stack your characters in a variety of positions, which influences your statistics. So long as you’re not in combat, you can access your stack formation in the menu by pressing Triangle. Access the Stack Setup screen and you will be presented with all the different formations you currently have available.
By changing your character to be large or small, you can influence your available stacks. A large character can only use
All stacks have three options, S, M, and L, standing for small, medium, and large, respectively. These correspond to the size of the person or creature that can be in that spot. When
How Prisms and
Imprism Works in World of Final Fantasy
Whenever you encounter a new enemy you will gain a prism for that given opponent. You can then use these prisms to
Before you can catch an enemy, they must first be weakened. The danger in this is you will need to get their hit points low without actually dealing a damaging blow. Once their health is low enough, you will be able to use a prism to capture them. However, if you deal too much damage and you defeat them, you will have to wait until you encounter that enemy again. You will be able to tell if an enemy’s health is low enough
Anytime you run into trouble getting enemies weakened, you should try unstacking one of your groups. Use the Unstack command from the battle menu in order to divide your party into single units as opposed to a single stack. By doing this you will lower your overall damage output, meaning you are less likely to defeat an enemy you are simply trying to weaken.
Level Up To Increase Your Stack Setup Damage
Whenever you capture a new enemy it is important to check your stack setup, as the newly captured enemy may be stronger than your current setup. However, when you
Be sure to also check the Mirage Boards in the menu to give your characters new abilities and level them up. You use SP to unlock new abilities on a grid. Every party member and enemies you catch are all available to be leveled and can all learn new abilities.
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