Right, so I found my copy of FFL again (I don’t know WHY I keep coming back to this game, I just do), and decided to try out something I saw someone suggest once: beat the game with just one person in the party. I thought, “Hey, that sounds neat, it will be a real challenge.”
I was able to beat the game with less trouble than if I had a full party.
Honestly, I shouldn’t be surprised. I mean, with only one person, that’s only one character to focus on. So i can spend all my money keeping that person up to speed. So my Human Fighters were kickass, my Mutants always had the best spells and things to help them out, and I never had trouble with Status Effects and most spells, afte I got the BAND. So really, I’m disappointed with that plan.
Yeah, FFL is easy enough to do that with. Hell, just get some Saws, and you’re set for everything =P. You can kill the final boss with them easily too so why not? Sadly, you can’t do a 1 person party in FFL2. I’m pretty sure it’s entirely possible with FFL3 though.
It would be pretty impossible in FFL2 and FFL3, mostly because you constantly get guest characters. Plus, in FFL3, the last boss has Dk Force, which deal about 999 damage. Yeah, even the guest character in the party who has 990 HP can’t survive it So yeah.