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Attributes

Final Fantasy II brought forth a previously unseen concept for raising your characters attributes and one which is yet to be seen again. It involved using an action related to an attribute to raise it. For example; if you get hit by enemies your HP would rise, and if you attack enemies your Attack Power would rise.

This brought about a form of 'cheating' as players could keep attacking each other to rise the attackers strength and the recievers HP. But overall this system wasn't such a bad one.

Note: Dependant attributes rises are not put into effect until you change armour/weapons or enter a battle.

HP
Raised by
Try and make your characters recieve as many hits in battle as your can to boost HP

MP
Raised by
Frequently use up your MP during battles

Power
Raised by
Attack an enemy numerous times in battle. This is somtimes decreased by using White Magic

Vitality
Raised by
Try and make your characters recieve as many hits in battle as your can to boost HP. This is sometimes decreased by using Black Magic

Intelligence
Raised by
Use Black Magic numerous times during battle. This is sometimes decreased by using Physical attacks

Soul
Raised by
Use White Magic numerous times during battle.

Magic
Raised by
Frequently use up your MP during battles

Weapon Skill
Raised by
This contains 3 numbers. The first number is how many hits you can make with that weapon. The next number (after the hyphen) tells your how many times you have used that type of weapon at that level. Once the second set of numbers reach 100, the first number will rise by 1

Magic Skill
Raised by
This contains 3 numbers. The first number is the level of the spell. The next number (after the hyphen) tells your how many times you have used that spell at that level. Once the second set of numbers reach 100, the first number will rise by 1

Dependant Attributes

Attack
Raised by
Your Attack is calculated by multiplying your Power by 0.5. Power is not effected by equipment. When you equip a weapon to only the players right hand, his Attack is calculated by adding the attack value of the weapon to the outcome of the above calculation.

When you equip two weapons, the attack value is equal to half the outcome plus the attack value of the weapons equipped. So equipping a good weapon wil raise your Attack

Defence
Raised by
This is all the values of your Armour added together

Hit %
Raised by
This contains 3 numbers. The first number is the same value as the character's Weapon Skill value. The next number (after the hyphen) is your Power + 80.

Evade
Raised by
This contains 3 numbers. The first number is the same value as the characters Weapon Skill value with a shield equipped. The next number (after the hyphen) is equal to the characters Agility. Your characters Evade is the first Evade value plus the Evade value of all equipped weapons

Magic Defence
Raised by
This contains 3 numbers. The first number is the Magic level. The next number (after the hyphen) is the character's Vitality, Magic and Power added together then multiplied by 0.5, and add 15 to the outcome. Armour adds extra values to the outcome.

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