Octagonia is located all the way north of the Dundrasil Region, and it looks very different from when you were last here. The place is now overrun by monsters and Upper Octagonia has been turned into a casino.
How do you get to Octagonia casino?
Go north-east of the area to enter the Casino of Octagonia (picture5). Talk with the assistant first, who will give you 2000 chips if you don’t have any. Then play slot machines to accumulate 10,000 chips. Information: If you lose your chips, do not worry, talk to the assistant to get some again.
Is the Octagonia casino rigged?
The Casino in Octagonia is rigged in your favor. Every jackpot target is easy to reach, the reason for this is that all the prize in here are actually trash until you have cleansed the monsters from this casino.
How do you win at Casino dq11?
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- Head to the slots in the area where the floor is blue.
- Use the leftmost back slot.
- Bet 90 tokens every time.
- Keep going until you win big or lose all your tokens.
Where do I go after Octagonia?
The only place to go is Octagonia, which gets you back Jade and the Harp. This means you can get past the block to Sniffleheim (and it’s the only place to go). Once you finish Sniffleheim you can head toward Arboria, which is once again the only place to go.
Is the platinum power sword worth it?
Sure, slightly better greatswords become available very early in act 1–and in my opinion, it’s worth the money to upgrade–but your playthrough isn’t going to live or die based on this. You can use the platinum powersword for a pretty good while if you really want to. Especially on normal mode.
What level should I be when I get to Octagonia?
First of all, we advise you to be at least level 18 and to have purchased equipment in the shops of Octagonia. Your teammate Vince will mainly use two skills: his Propeller Blade and his Strong Medicine. The first is an attack that hits its target twice (picture15).
What level do RAB and Jade join?
They both start off at level 23, so that will give you an idea how far you still have to go.