Big Bridge

[43-5] FF5 Big Bridge Difficulty 84/121 

Classic
Big Bridge Approach
Stamina 15, Stages 3, experience value 5141
Big Bridge South Span
Stamina 15, Stages 3, experience value 5141
Pier 1 Stamina 15, Stages 3, experience value 5141
Pier 2 Stamina 15, Stages 3, experience value 5141
Control room Stamina 16, Stages 1, experience value 4381
Defeat Gilgamesh without being KO’d.
Master reward Stamina Shard x 1, Power Orb × 3
Clear reward Gill × 7000
First clear reward Mythril × 1, Galuf x 1
Elite
Big Bridge Approach
Stamina 20, Stages 3, experience value 7325
Big Bridge South Span
Stamina 20, Stages 3, experience value 7325
Pier 1 Stamina 20, Stages 3, experience value 7325
Pier 2 Stamina 20, Stages 3, experience value 7325
Control room Stamina 21, Stages 1, experience value 6201
Defeat Gilgamesh without being KO’d.
Master reward Major Wind Orb x 1, Greater Power Orb x 1
Clear reward Gill × 18000
First clear reward Mythril × 1, Vivi Memory Crystal x 1
[Boss battles] Gilgamesh (second time)
Classic – 129,000 HP
Elite – 226,000 HP 

When Gilgamesh gets low on HP, he buffs himself with Haste, Protect, and Shell

– Berserk and Slow to prevent magic spells
– Protectga / Blind to protect against physical damage.
– Ja-based Spells

Boss name Gilgamesh (second time)
Resistance
Fire Ice Lightning Earth Wind
 –
Water Holy Dark Poison  
State abnormal resistance
Poison Silence Paralyze Confuse Haste
Throw Stop Reflect Blind Sleep
Petrify Doom Instant KO Regenerate Berserk
Behavior patterns
Attack Deal physical damage to one target.
Goblin Punch Deal physical damage to one target.
Aerora Deal moderate wind damage to one target.
Wind Slash Deal wind damage to all targets.
Jump Deal moderate physical damage to one target.
Electrocute Deal lightning damage to one target.
Restore Restore a small amount of HP to the target.
Haste Grant Haste to one target.
Protect Grant Protect to one target.
Shell Grant Shell to one target.

 

 

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  1. With Berserk on, Gilgamesh cast Haste/Pro/Shell on my team instead of buffing himself at low HP (classic mode). Pretty nice of him.

  2. Berserk doesn’t last long (about 1 1/2 turns at least in my case; caster was Lv55 Tyro) so I had to time it right before I triggered him casting it.
    So if you’ll do the same, here’s a tip: wait until his hp is riiight on his left heel. Cast Berserk, make sure it sticks, only then do a -ja or a summon. His HP going past his left heel will trigger critical HP condition (Haste/Prot/Shell). With Berserk on, your party instead will get the buffs.

    I could barely do any damage to him when he had the buffs on, even with what little hp he had left I couldn’t finish him. So basically wait for your Berserk-caster before lowering his hp bar past his left heel and you’re golden.

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