How to Farm Gil | Money Making Guide | Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

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This is a guide to farming and getting Gil (money) in the game Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (FFCC). Learn how to make as much money as possible and get rich quick with our handy guide!

How to Farm Gil

Sell Expensive Materials

Materials like Mythril and Orichalcum can be obtained fairly early on, and sold for a high profit.

Orichalcum can be obtained at a high frequency from the Behemoths in Conall Curach, and will yield a whopping 5,000 Gil each time.

It's possible to sell Scrolls you don't need as well, but don't forget that creating multiple characters is important for leveling up all the shops in Tipa, so it's best to avoid selling the Scrolls even if they don't match your character's race.

Material Sell Price
Mythril 1,250
Orichalcum 5,000

Complete the Missing Princess Sidequest

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It may be a bit out of your way, and it's not exactly a “farming” method, but the Missing Princess Sidequest will net you a whopping 100,000 Gil in a single go.

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Purchase the Enchanted Wallet DLC

This one depends on your playing preferences, but if you just want to get money fast with no qualms, you can boost your in-game money in exchange for a little good ol' out-of-game money.

The Enchanted Wallet Item allows you to pick up Gil at an increased rate from enemy encounters. The exact rate is to be confirmed, but with this Accessory equipped, you can play through dungeons normally and as long as you defeat enemies normally, you'll never want for extra cash.

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After Completing the Game

Grind Treasure Chests in Rainy Ruins

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The Post-Game Dungeon Rainy Ruins, a souped-up version of Rebana Te Ra, has a Treasure Chest near the entrance which yields rare post-game only Materials. As this Dungeon is extremely difficult, simply enter the Dungeon, open the Chest while dodging enemies' attacks, and leave the dungeon. You'll keep the Material even if you die and continue after getting it, so you don't need to waste your Phoenix Downs either.

The Treasure Chest will contain either Electrum or Adamantite, which sell in Shops for 10,000 Gil or 15,000 Gil, respectively.

Required Time Under one minute
Earned Gil 10,000 or 15,000
Hourly Payoff Around 500,000 Gil

This method requires finishing the game, so the barrier to entrance is a bit high, but it will be a boon for crafting new Weapons and Equipment in the post-game.

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    • Looking for friends to play Post-Game Dungeons with and farm rare Scrolls and Materials.
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    • Hello! A question regarding Bonus Points and Boss sets:
      If I go to Tida on Cycle 3 in a Solo playthrough, do I need to reach the bonus points listed for 1P on the lists here to qualify for Set 8 to possibly drop?
      I'm currently trying to farm for better gear and need the scroll for a Selkie acc, which Armstrong drops in set 8, but havent fully grasp the system behind Bonus Points and Set chances yet.
      Thanks in advance!

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