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This page contains Final Fantasy III cheats list for Nintendo DS version. Now we have 27 cheats in our list, which includes 6 glitches, 21 secrets. We hope information that you'll find at this page help you in playing Final Fantasy III on Nintendo DS platform. If you didn't find needed cheats put request or ask question about this at special section of the game. Also you can subscribe on all new cheats that we'll find for you in the future!

HoW to beat Bahara(dragon) REVEALED!

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

Well, on the DRAGON'S PEAK there will be a boss. Now, don't blame me if this post is cheap, because it took me 2 days to actually figure this out. The seceret is... RUN! RUN! RUN! After that you will leap to the other side of the mountains. I'll give you a bonus. After that, turn into a small person using the Mini spell(available in the store that is right by the landmark). Walk in the center of the forest and there will be a town.

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BoSs 1 Land Turtle

by monstergamer Jun 12, 2009

Level: 4
HP: 111
ATK: 8/DEF: 6
EXP: 20/GIL: 500
Weakness: Ice/Absorb: None
Location: Alter Cave
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This boss is like the easiest boss ever fought. There are two ways you can actually kill him, the hard way or the easy way.

The hard way is to slash away by using the two equipped swords or knives. When your HP is low just use potion and repeat these steps. (This is only for if you want to save Antarctic Wind for some other bosses)

The easy way is to use Antarctic Wind twice. If it doesn't kill it twice slash away and say good-bye to the Land Turtle.

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BeAting the Giant Rat(1)

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is my way to beat the giant rat in Neptu's Temple. First, read the glitch duplicate items. Then duplicate the strongest magic and weapons/magic(ex.Antarctic wind).Okay, so you will notice he has the other eye for the sea monster. Before you fight, make sure all of your party members have full health. Then use a spell or item to grow you big again. Make sure you have at least 2 mages, a warrior, and freelancer. Give the freelancer the strongest weapons(the freelancer should be the mian character) could if you read the sentence inside the parentesis it should be the highest job level in your party. Then give the mages the strongest magic. The warrior the second strongest(second strongest in your party for the battle). Then save right before you battle him(right when you see him). To read the rest, read beating the giant rat 2.

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BeAting the Giant Rat(2)

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

Okay, so this is my walkthrough continued. Okay, you NEED to know this. You're forced to use magic on him. High level spells of any kind will chip away at his HP big time (one shot of the Fira spell shaved off 250 HP right away). Otherwise, Aero and Fire should be the primary spells of choice. The Giant Rat, like many bosses, attacks twice per turn (he'll usually couple a melee strike with a Fire spell) and can knock out one of your characters or more if you're not careful. Make sure to take this foe seriously, but don't fret too much either. THE END

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HoW to beat Medusa

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is my walkthrough on how to beat the boss in the Tower of Owen. Well, you'll want to keep an eye on everyones HP, because Medusa can attack pretty fiercely, and multiple times per round. Her ability to use magic spells such as Blizzara also makes her an ample threat, as does her ability to silence members of the party (the latter of which can be easily combated by Echo Herbs, three of which you found en route to this battle. Or you can duplicate them. Read my post about that.). Other than healing, you'll want to direct your attention towards some hardcore attacks. Even though Medusa uses Blizzara, it happens to be her weakness, so have your mages direct that spell at her. Melee fighters should, naturally, stick to melee attacks

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HoW to beat Gutsco

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

Gutsco may look intimidating, but in fact he's not difficult to defeat at all. His most annoying attack, Mini, is a gray magic attack that can be easily reversed by using a Mallet or casting Mini on the character inflicted to reverse the annoying affects. Otherwise, he's a melee powerhouse that relies very little on anything else but brute force. That brute force can be your downfall if you don't consciously heal every few rounds - otherwise, direct your own melee attacks and high level spells (anything will do we liked Fira here) and do him in. Medusa, the previous boss to this one, was actually far more difficult. You'll see, if you haven't already.

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HoW to beat Salamander

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is how to beat the Salamander boss in the Molten Cave. The Salamander seems like a pushover until you push him to the brink of destruction. It's at this point that he breaks out his multi-hit attacks that can devastate a party that's only "half-healed." It puts you, the player, in a precarious situation. You should have 5-10 Antarctic Winds in your inventory, and throwing these at the foe in succession can take him out easily. Our strategy here at IGN Guides was the following - our party (currently a White Mage, Black Mage, Monk and Warrior) attacked like this: our White Mage threw Antarctic Winds, our Black Mage cast Blizzara, and the Monk and Warrior attacked with the normal weapons. In three rounds, the foe was no more (and we didn't spend our stock of Antarctic Winds, either!) However, the foe does fiercely attack at the end, so you might want your White Mage (or other designated healer) to heal in, say, the third round, before the going really gets tough.

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HoW to beat Hein

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

Here is how to beat Hein, found in Castle Hein. Hein is the most powerful boss we've yet to encounter in the game and can give your party a real run for their money. In fact, it's the first battle in the game where you will find yourself in any real danger of losing. The key to this fight is using brute force, because Hein can change his magical weakness at will, meaning what does damage at one time may not a few rounds later. Melee attacks are next to useless here, so we hope you've managed to save Zeus's Wraths, Bomb Fragments and Antarctic Winds, because they'll be a major help here with fighters in your party who usually find themselves in the melee sphere. Also, keep an eye on your health, as Hein can cause some massive damage with both physical and magical attacks. He can also put party members to sleep, but that attack is rare.

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HoW to beat Kraken

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

WHOA! GET READY FOR ONE HECK OF A GIG! This is how to rid of that slimy squid boss. Kraken is a difficult boss, and just like with the last boss battle, you're going to have to be more mindful of your health than you may have been in earlier boss fights. Kraken packs an incredible punch with both individual physical attacks and magical attacks that can be inflicted on the entire party at one time. Add into the mix his ability to attack multiple times per round and cast Blind on the entire party (the latter of which happens fairly often only heal it on melee fighters), and you have a boss that can be quite the handful. His weakness is lightning, so Zeus's Wrath is a fairly nice item to launch at him with White Mages or ineffective melee attackers (melee attacks don't work very well on this foe). Otherwise, you'll want any black magic casters in your party to use Blizzaga until it is no longer useable. Even though ice is not the foe's weakness, the high level of the spell will inflict 1,000+ HP per round, guaranteed. Around the level you're currently at, you should be able to shave off 4,000+ HP with Blizzaga spells alone. Then, head down to Thundara to finish the job, coupled with item-based attacks and melee attacks if necessary.

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HoW to beat Goldor

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is how to beat Goldor, found in the Goldor Manor. He has the ability to cast Blind and Silence on your party, both with individual and party-wide attacks, but that's about as much as this foe will frustrate your party. His physical attacks are mild, his offensive magic is rare and fairly weak, and he really does very little that can't be easily combated. We only healed one time (with a party-wide Cura from our white mage) and even then it wasn't necessary, as the foe died soon thereafter. Level 1 and Level 2 offensive elemental magic (like Blizzard and Blizzara, for instance) won't hurt Goldor, but Blizzaga, the one Level 3 spell you have, will do decent damage. Otherwise, concentrate on physical attacks to quickly take the foe down.

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HoW to beat Garuda

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is the walkthrough on how to beat the boss after beating Goldor, known as Garuda. Garuda is, hands down, the most difficult enemy in the game you will have faced thusfar. This battle may take multiple tries and, at the very least, have a lot of patience. We had to level our party (Knight/Black Mage/White Mage/Monk) to level 30 to stand a chance, and even then, our Knight and Mage were dead by the end of the battle. Of course, it's obvious enough that this battle is meant to be fought by Dragoons. After all, we found all of their gear earlier and whatnot but we didn't want to change our party, and we're guessing you don't either. In that case, physical attacks and ice-based magic spells (especially Blizzaga) are your best bet. Heal often and be especially weary of the foe's ability to cast Thunder on the entire party with usually-devastating results. His ability to attack twice per round will mean either two melee attacks or a Thunder attack and melee attack per round. Hope and pray for the former.

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HoW to beat Odin

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is how to beat the boss after beating Garuda. Odin is a fairly intimidating foe to do battle with, but ultimately, at this point in the game he's nothing to stress. As long as you remain cognizant of your health throughout the battle and heal when necessary, you should be able to amply deal with Odin's double attack abilities (simply meaning he will attack twice per round in battle). How to take care of him Well, melee attacks are the most effective thing against him, though various types of high level magic works as well (we cast Aeroga and Bio on him most rounds to slowly chip away at his health in addition to our Monk and Knight slamming him with physical attacks). The foe has over 30,000 HP to sustain him, but it makes him sounds stronger and more powerful than he actually is. Truth be told, he will last mere rounds if you really go at him. And go at him you should

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HoW to beat Hecatoncheir

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This is how to beat Heconcheir, found in Fagalgard. His normal range of attacks is limited, as he relies primarily on physical attacks. He can attack twice a round, but even then, he's little threat, especially if your party is on or around the 1,500 HP mark. You may want to throw in a party-wide Cura spell during the battle, but otherwise, concentrate on harsh physical attacks, coupled with strong attack magic (whatever you have will work, the higher-leveled, the better). He'll be defeated before long, and you'll gain the Fang of Earth for your hard work, but we have some bad news for you too. After the foe is defeated, you'll have to backtrack all the way out of the dungeon. The good news is that the enemy concentration is far less than it was on the way in.

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HoW to beat Bahamut and Leviathan

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

Well, I'm giving you a bonus since Leviathan is right after Bahamut.
Bahamut:Bahamut is a pushover, honestly, though he has one major attack, Megaflare, that can decimate a weakened party. What does this mean Well, at the very least, it means you're going to want to keep your party fully healed for the duration of the party. Have your party's healer cast a party-wide healing spell (Curaga, Curaja) each round to ensure this. Bahamut will strike twice per round, otherwise, chipping away at your HP until he breaks out the big guns, so the battle can deceive in this way. Even though the dungeon leading to him is simple enough, why play through it again if you don't have to Stay alive by healing and delivering Bahamut a devastating onslaught of physical attacks, spells like Bio, and anything else you can throw his way.
Leviathan: Leviathan is fairly easy to defeat (just like Bahamut was), but he does have a duo of strong attacks that can frustrate your efforts to defeat him as easily as you would probably like to. One attack, Blizzaga, will attack a single target and devastate that member of the party (with a high potential to kill him or her). The other attack, Tsunami, is a party-wide attack that has like potential to the aforementioned attack. Healing is a necessity here, but you should be able to deal him enough damage with high caliber physical attacks and lightning-based magic, like Thundaga, that in three or four rounds, he will be no more. He'll give up his summon, the Leviath Summon, as a result.

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HoW to beat Duga and Unei

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

These guys are right after the Bahamut and Levithan dudes. So I'm giving you another bonus.
Doga: Doga (and Unei, right behind her) is an easy enemy to defeat. With our party of a Black Mage, White Mage, Knight and Monk, we killed her in two rounds with little difficulty. How did we do it It's simple, really. Our physical attacks were extremely effective, and we cast Bio on the foe with our Black Mage (our White Mage defending or healing each time). Two rounds was literally all it took. As far as Doga's attacks, we were attacked as a party by a Blizzaga spell, and had a few physical attacks (two attacks per round). Otherwise, it was as simple as could be.
Unei: Unei and Doga are really the same, and fighting them provides the same experience. We used the same attack strategy with our particular party (physical attacks, Bio, healing/defending with our White Mage), and it only took us two rounds to defeat Unei as well. A Tornado attack was inflicted on the party during the fight, but it's nothing a party-wide Curaga can't take care of. The only unfortunate part of this battle is the fact that Unei will attack directly after the battle with Doga is done, so there's no time to heal or prepare. Simply cast a party-wide healing spell of your choice on your party as soon as the fight takes place to relieve that problem. Otherwise, this battle should be extremely easy for you.

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HoW to beat Titan

by ps2knowitall Dec 17, 2009

This guy is located in the Ancient's Maze. Titan is guarding the crystal that will give you the final jobs available in the game, so it's absolutely vital you defeat him. Thankfully, he's somewhat of a pushover at this point in the game. Though he attacks twice per round with fairly devastating physical attacks, that's about as far as the threat he poses goes. He has a high defense that will give him some resilience in the battle, but it should only take four rounds max to defeat this foe. Try casting high level magic on him if you can, and stick to physical attacks as well, which will have moderate success on the enemy.

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SaVing Your Game

by fayor Jun 15, 2009

To save your game, you must on the outside of the villages. This will save the game in the slot permanetly. While in a village you can quick save. This will allow you to turn off the game. If you continue though, quicksave memory will be erased.

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LaNd Turtle Boss

by fayor Jun 09, 2009

The Land Turtle is the first boss you will encounter in this game.
The easiest way to defeat him is to collect Antartic's found in chest's.
These will do 44 damage.
To defeat him you need three at the most.

I would also like to give some credit to Aldermar who helped me figure out how to defeat him.

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ExTra Items

by fayor Jun 09, 2009

If you zoom in with the camera in the upper left corner of the touch screen you will sometimes see some sparkles on an item.
Click on these and you will get items like antidotes and potions.

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goOd stuff

by whitekitty24 Jun 02, 2008

Explore the Vikings' Cove. It's full of new and exciting people to talk to. Just to get this out of the way, DO NOT take yourself out of Mini form. You'll simply have to put yourself back into it if you do. So, for now, just stay as-is. In the initial room, be sure to explore the right side of the room to gain access to a secret room below that with a Spark Dagger in the treasure chest. Behind the wooden door at the top of this room is an Inn and Item store if you need them. Otherwise, go deeper into the cove.

Go left here and down into a semi-obscured passageway that leads to another room. In this room, you will find a Viking Axe and 3,000 Gil. Then, go back to the previous corridor and head right. Find the cannon going into the water (you can feel free to shoot if off, if you want), and backtrack towards the Moogle there. Then, go slightly left and walk south into the wall. Another secret room will be revealed on the other side, this one containing a Blizzara Spell, Fira Spell, and Thundara Spell

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IrOn Giant

by Aldermar Mar 24, 2009

This mean secret boss may be brutal and strong but to survive you need to be exactly LV 99 and get some good armory

I suggest having a Onion Knight will do And must have the strongest spells
Example: Flare Holy Meteor

Weapons I suggest Ultima Weapon If you have one from the event

Good luck

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