In today's article, we're going back to Default for a little fun. I noticed a few of my viewers don't have Second yet, so I decided I should do a build for them. Now I WAS gonna be lazy initially and just explain my healer, which I already did and might still do, but then I decided, "naa, that's dumb". And so I made the Spellbinder.
Hey guys. So, I've been wanting to do a guide on how to beat this boss for a while, and I think it's about time I did it. Now for those who don't know, the Adventurer is a hidden optional boss for you to beat, and the hardest enemy in both games. She actually appears in BOTH Default and Second, and today I'm going to go over where she is, her attack patterns, and how to beat her in both games on Normal difficulty.
Bravely Default has a wide variety of weapons and items to buy and use in battle. But of course, the issue of earning money, or pg, can sometimes become a burden and stop you from being able to purchase certain things. In this article, I'll explain how to do an infinite money loop for Bravely Default, for any of you in need of some quick cash.
My favourite game of all time is Bravely Default, and I doubt it will be replaced anytime soon by anything else. In my own opinion, it's a perfect game: great graphics, hand painted backgrounds, awesome gameplay, intriguing characters, compelling story. So, with Bravely Second rolling around the corner in April for us westerners, I thought I'd share my preferred team setup for Default.