A Pal-Restore Other's TP!
To restore a friend's TP when you're online is rather easy(Though you have to practice it, it takes a couple tries) Go to Techniques in your menu, and go to Resta. When you are there press Up and A at the same time. It should make a sound like Ryuker, instead of the usual Resta sound. If it works then your friend's TP will shoot up like a balloon.
First you should play in the ruins in either hard/vhard mode. Keep fighting the DelSabers until you find a "Delsaber's Right Arm" and a "Delsaber's Left Arm" Than in the Guild missions complete the quest called "Doc's Secret Plan." Complete this quest; return to the Pioneer 2. Than start up the next quest, "Unsealed Door." Find Dr. Montague on the Pioneer 2 (he's just outside the Medical Center. Talk to him and he'll give you the 'Delsaber's Buster' and/or 'Delsabers Shield'
Note: Both of these
used together can drastically increase your
Earn the frying pan by following the steps listed below:
you must complete every offline quest on any difficulty level. This will
allow you to play any quest as many times as you want.
to the Quest called "Secret Delivery".
the fat man walking around and talk to him.
to him and he will tell you about a secret club called WEAPONS.
talking to him and receiving the emblem you must complete the quest or all
efforts will be lost.
must now locate four other WEAPONS members. They can be found in Quests:
Claiming Stakes, The Value of Money, The Lost Bride and Gran Squall.
must complete each quest after receiving your approval from the WEAPONS
members or you will not save your approvals.
receiving all four approvals you must return to the Fat man in Secret
will direct you to go see the Boss of WEAPONS to receive your membership.
towards the shops and there will be a woman in the corner.
will be the Fat man's wife. She will give you the Frying Pan as a token of
with the Load Screen
Bored while waiting through that first load screen? Move the analog stick around and you'll notice a little pulsing star trail following your actions. Not much use to it, but it keeps your mind busy while you wait!
Mode/H Very Hard Mode
Beat the off-line version of the game to unlock hard mode and again for Very Hard Mode. You get more experience and better items in these modes.
Place your Phantasy Star disc into your PC-CDrom. Open the folder called Extra. Inside you will see three more folders containing images of different sizes.
Start a new game and select your character. Access the Character Name selection and enter the coresponding code for your character. Once you have entered your code you can then acess the Costume selection and you will have 2 more colors to choose from.
If you die at a boss character in PSO, here's a little trick to get back your main weapon. Before you fight any boss, set a telepipe (or use the spell Ryuker if you have it) close to the boss teleporter. Now, if you die fighting the boss, go back to the main town, and take the telepipe you set back to the boss teleporter. Go back to the boss character, locate where your weapon is and get it. As long as you DON'T equip your main weapon, and keep it in your inventory you'll keep it even if you die to the boss.
Charge With A Buddy
Here's a little trick if your bud's having a hard time trying to get his MAG's Photon Blast charged quicker.
First, remove all attacks
and magic from your Customization menu.
Place Resta in the R
trigger customization menu and place it on the B button (the one with the blue
Place any spell like
Grants or Zonde on the other customization menu's B button.
Target a player and
quickly tap the R trigger and then the B button. You should cast whatever spell
you linked to the first customization menu's B button and hit the player with
it. You won't damage the player, but it will charge their MAG's Photon Blast.
It might take some time to master, but keep practicing with it and you'll do fine.
To access the screenshot capture program on PSO you'll need to have an additional Dreamcast controller plugged into port D of your Dreamcast, and an empty VMU. The VMU has to be TOTALLY EMPTY because the screenshot you take using the PSO capture program needs 195 blocks of space. Insert the VMU into socket 2 of the DC pad plugged into port D. Now, start up Phantasy Star Online and get into a game with a character - it doesn't matter if it's offline or online. Now, to take a screenshot, take the DC pad plugged into port D and press Start, A and X buttons together. If you've done everything properly, a black screen should appear with some numbers counting down at the upper right corner. Once the countdown ends, you'll revert back to your gameplay screen. You now have the portrait saved on the VMU! Though we have yet to figure out if there's any way to see the portrait on your Dreamcast, you can upload it through email and send it to friends.
If you're sick of your character just standing around like a motionless robot, you can use this handy little trick if you have a keyboard to make your character perform some different animations while you are in the lobby.
On your Dreamcast keyboard, hold down the "Alt" key and then press any of the function keys (F1 through F12) and you'll see a new animation. Now your character will have a little more life
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