Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special (Import) Sphere Guide v1.01
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Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special (Import) Sphere Guide

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Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy in Itadaki Street Special
From: Kittie Kellie  kittiekellie.com
Question please send to: Denny Lam 
Date: Thu, 9 Feb 2005 17:12:00 (EST)
Version: 1.01
CONTENTS

1. Introduction
2. Sphere Instruction
3. Job Description
4. How to get Spheres
5. Sphere List
6. Credits
7. Copyright

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1. Introduction
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This is the Sphere Mode you'll get after finishing the Tournment Mode (Card
Mode).  This this mode whenever you pass a suit square, you'll have the option
to throw a 6 faces dice.  The outcome of that dice will gives you positive or
negative bonus in the game.  You can setup a stretragy and configure the sphere
that goes into the 6 dices.  ex: you can setup a dices that purely gain gil,
steal other's stocks, move to specific target, etc.  This mode is very
interesting, each character has their own job description and the character's
job will change the type of sphere you picked up.

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2. Sphere Instruction
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You can only keep 6 spheres in the special dice at any given time, less is ok
but what if you want to save a good sphere till later in the game when it will
be a bigger advantage? When you collect it you can automatically add it to the
dice by clicking O , it will go right in....but if you don't want it there you
can add it to your sphere storage list by clicking X . At the start of your
turn, and before you throw the regular dice, select the 2nd option which will
open your sphere list. There you can see the sphere and the spheres you've
collected and now you can add and exchange or remove them as you please. Watch
the computer players, sometimes they change before every play, very much a
strategy move. Also there are spheres that can be had that allow another player
to steal spheres from your dice...but not your list. All spheres seem to be safe
as long as they are not loaded into the sphere dice.

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3. Job Description
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Your character will be mastered "star icon" if you finish any of the sphere
stage.  This will allow you to switch between different jobs after you picked
the character.  If you can't read the job title.  They're in sorted order 
listed the same as the game.

Warrior
The Warrior excels in working with spheres useful for direct attacks. Its
strong points are lowering the cost/value of shops and wiping out
[chance/suit] marks.

Merchant
When it comes to money related spheres, leave everything to the Merchant! Its
strong points are raising cost/value of shops and recieving [chance/suit]
marks.

Magic User
With it's use of offensive magic spheres, the Magic User is second to none. Its
strong points are lowering shop charges and stock values and stealing stock.

Cleric
Preist who serve God. Uses defence and healing [recovery] magic spheres. Its
stong points are raising shop charges and stock values, and receiving stock.

Thief
Uses natural agility and spheres utilizing stealing abilities. Its strong
points are hindering opponent's movements and taking money.

Bard
Spheres which manipulate the number on the dice is a characteristic of this
class. Perhaps if you dance, you'll get a bit of cash too? Its strong points
are getting the [dice] number of your choice and receiving money.

Hero
The title of hero is bestowed on those who have mastered every ability. Able
to make full use of many offensive-focused spheres!

Sage
The ultimate mage, reached by those who have mastered the Magic User and Cleric.
Able to use many useful spheres!


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4. How to get Spheres
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I: when you stop on a SPHERE space or on one of the SUIT spaces on the board
   your spheres are equal to your level when it is level 1, 2 or 3..

   How to get L3, L4, L5 Spheres
      1. when you own a shop with the rent of 300g - 500g, you have a 20%
         chance to that sphere will be L3 (80% will be L1 or L2)
      2. when you are over level 6 (been to the bank 6 times) or your shops
         rent is 500g-1000g  you have a 10% chance to that sphere will be L4
        (90% will be L1-L3)
      3. when your level is over 9 (been to the bank 9 times) or your shops
         rent is over 1000g you have a 10% chance to that sphere will be L5
        (90% will be L1-L4)

II: when you stop on other players shop and PAY rent you get a sphere. If you
    pay no rent - no sphere.  If you pay a discounted rent you get a sphere.
    Remember the higher the rent the better chance of a high LEVEL sphere...
    like buying them almost.

a. when you pay under 150g - get L1
b. over 150g - 299g - get L2
c. over 300g - 499g - get L3
d  over 500g - 999g - get L4
e. over 1000g - get L5

III: casino will only give you L1, L2 or L3 Spheres for winning

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5. Sphere List
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Blue Spheres 1-16 / for moving or warping
1  - LV1 - roll again
2  - LV1 - know the number of the next roll in advance
3  - LV3 - warp to the bank
4  - LV2 - warp anywhere (no choice)
5  - LV5 - warp anywhere (your choice)
6  - LV2 - change places w/other player (your choice)
7  - LV2 - warp one player to bank (your choice)
8  - LV1 - warp everyone - random
9  - LV1 - warp one player to you
10 - LV4 - set one players next dice to 1 (your choice)
11 - LV3 - set one players next dice to 2
12 - LV3 - set one players next dice to 1, 2, or 3
13 - LV5 - set every players next dice to 1, 2, or 3
14 - LV4 - warp one player - choose place
15 - LV4 - choose place - all players warp there
16 - LV5 - Cactus man comes to the board, catch or pass him and get money

Light green Spheres 17-29 / for doki demo cards and suit related
17 - LV1 - get one suit
18 - LV2 - get all suits needed
19 - LV1 - get doki demo card
20 - LV3 - all other players - lose all but 1 doke demo card
21 - LV4 - random player - 2 suits gone
22 - LV4 - every player lose one suit
23 - LV3 - add all players suits X 100g = you get $$
24 - LV2 - add all players suits X 50g = all players get $$
25 - LV5 - random player pays 200g X suit to you
26 - LV2 -  ?
27 - LV5 - All players suits - GONE!
28 - LV5 - Wataple comes to the board, catch or pass him and trade suits for
           gil
29 - LV3 - get 2 doki demo cards


Orange Spheres 30-48 / for getting money, salary, 1/2 salary etc
30 - LV1 - number of shops X 10g - you get $$
31 - LV2 - number of shops X 20g - you get $$
32 - LV3 - number of shops X 30g - you get $$
33 - LV3 - number of stock X 2g - you get $$
34 - LV4 - number of stock X 5g - you get $$
35 - LV5 - number of stock X 10g - you get $$
36 - LV1 - you get 1/2 salary
37 - LV2 - level up and King gives you full salary
38 - LV4 - land on shop, pay no rent, get 1/2 rent in gill
39 - LV2 - random players stock X 2g cash gone!
40 - LV3 - choose any player - stock X 3g - you get $$
41 - LV2 - random player - you get 5% of all their worth (cash & stock)
42 - LV3 - get 5000g from the top player
43 - LV4 - get 1000g from random player
44 - LV4 - add cash from 2nd, 3rd & 4th place players - top player must pay
           this amount to you
45 - LV5 - ?
46 - LV1 - posion player for 5 turns, get 5g per step - choose player
47 - LV5 - all players give you 20% of their worth
48 - LV5 - King Slime comes to the board,catch or pass him get 10% of all your
           worth

Red Spheres  49-63 / for shops rent - price up, down etc.
49 - LV1 - build any one shop up 10%
50 - LV2 - build any one shop up 30%
51 - LV4 - build any one shop up 50%
52 - LV3 - choose any one area - your shops 10% up
53 - LV4 - you must buy the shop you land on
54 - LV5 - you can build on shop to the max value up to 9999g at once
55 - LV1 - land on a shop - rent 10% down
56 - LV2 - land on a shop - rent 20% down
57 - LV3 - land on a shop - rent 30% down
58 - LV3 - land on your own shop - sell to the bank for 3 X price
59 - LV4 - land on your own shop - sell to the bank for 2 X price
60 - LV3 - choose one area - all rents 10% down
61 - LV4 - choose one area - all rents 20% down
62 - LV5 - land on other players shop - sell it to the bank
63 - LV5 - Mandoragola comes to the board - if he stops on your shop - rent 40%
           up

Gold Sphere - 64-78 / for making rent more or less expensive, discounts
64 - LV1 - The area you are on is now 50% off rent
65 - LV2 - The area you are on is now FREE rent
66 - LV3 - Your shops are all 30% off
67 - LV4 - The shop you just stopped on is now 50% off rent
68 - LV5 - All your shops are double rent for one turn
69 - LV2 - Choose player - all their shops closed 1 turn
70 - LV3 - Choose player - all their shops closed 3 turns
71 - LV4 - All shops but yours are closed for 3 turns
72 - LV3 - All shops but yours 30% off 1 turn
73 - LV4 - All shops but yours 50% off 1 turn
74 - LV1 - Choose 1 area, all shops 50% off 1 turn
75 - LV4 - The shop you are on free rent - BUT owner pays half rent to the
           bank
76 - LV5 - The shop you are on free rent - BUT owner pays full rent to the
           bank
77 - LV5 - Choose any shop, closed for 5 turns
78 - LV2 - Toruneko comes to the board, when he stops on your shop he pays
           you rent

Dark Green Sphere - 79-93 / for getting stock, stealing or selling stock
79 - LV3 - you can buy stock
80 - LV2 - Choose any area - stock value is 10% up
81 - LV3 - Choose any area - stock value is 20% up
82 - LV1 - Most expensive area - you get 10 stock
83 - LV4 - Most expensive area - you get 20 stock
84 - LV3 - Choose any area - sell all stock
85 - LV5 - Choose any area - sell all players stock (they get the money)
86 - LV4 - Steal stock from 1 area
87 - LV1 - Steal 10 stock from random player
88 - LV2 - Steal 20 stock from random player
89 - LV5 - Steal 20 most expensive stock from each player
90 - LV2 - Choose any area - stock value is 10% down
91 - LV4 - Choose any area - stock value is 30% down
92 - LV5 - Bahamuto is coming to the board, when he stops, that area's stock
           is 40% down
93 - LV5 - Daibuchokobo is coming to the board, when he stops, that area's
           stock is 20% up

Pink Shpere 94 - 105 / Specials
94 - LV1 - Choose player - trash any one sphere from their dice
95 - LV2 - Choose player - steal and keep any one sphere from their dice
96 - LV2 - Level up! Random 1, 2 or 3 X(level 3 now, level up to 4, 5 or 6)
97 - LV4 - The shop you are on, owners spheres ALL gone!
98 - LV3 - Choose player - sell 1 sphere from their list - you get 300g
99 - LV3 - Choose player - sell 1 sphere from your list - you get 500g
100 - LV4 - SEE SPECIAL NOTES
101 - LV1 - Last sphere action of other player, happens again for you
102 - LV3 - Get to the bank within 3 turns, your salary 3X up
103 - LV1 - Seed money, you level X 100g = cash
104 - LV3 - You can change your job for the rest of the game
105 - LV4 - All players cash, add together and divide by 4 so all players
             have equal cash

SPECIAL NOTES

100 has 9 possible outcomes; 5 good, 4 bad:
Good:
1. level is now 30
2. 9 Doki Demo cards
3. 2000g
4. 30 stock from each area
5. Every one of your shops value is 30% up

Bad:
6. back to level 1
7. lose all you suits
8. lose all your cash
9. nothing happens

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6. Credits
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Thank you to GameFAQs for hosting this FAQ.
Thank you to SquareEnix for creating the game.
Thank you to Yumi Nagata and Kellie Okamoto for translation.
Thank you to Blink625 for setting up the FAQ
Thank you to Vilaeth for job description

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7. Copyright
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This FAQ is designed for personal use.
You may not distribute this FAQ without my permission.
You may not modify this FAQ in any way.
If you would like to use this information for another FAQ,
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