Bleu is the game's hidden playable character, and recruiting her to the party is entirely optional. To have her join your party you must first go to Wisdon south east in the desert region which is accessible by either by whale, the Great Bird, or Township.
Once in Wisdon, talk to the Wisps who will speak about Bleu. After leaving Wisdon, Bleu will appear in disguise as one of the students in the lefthand classoom on the second floor of the Magic School. After speaking to her, she decides that she's grown bored of the school and will join the party.
Fishing is a battle between your rod and the fish, both have health bars but the rods health is the only one that matters. If your rods HP hits zero you lose the fish, if you pull too many times on your rod you lose the fish, if the fish just decides its done and turns grey after leaping into the air you lose the fish, and finally if the fish reaches the far right of the screen you lose the fish.
Every time you pull the fish your rod and the fish lose health, if the fish is moving your rod loses double the health for that pull. Once the fish's health reaches zero your rod takes a tiny bit less health damage with each pull. But the fish wont change its behavior, it will still rush away, leap into the air, and turn grey randomly.
Fishing in Breath of Fire II is brutal, but if you do manage to pull the fish to Ryu without the rod breaking or the fish turning grey, you catch the fish. Then you can either sell it for money, use it as an item, or cook it in Township.
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Breath of Fire II is a role-playing video game developed and published by Capcom. First released in 1994, the game was licensed to Laguna for European release in 1996. It is the second entry in the Breath of Fire series. It was later ported to Game Boy Advance and re-released worldwide. The game was released on Wii’s Virtual Console in North America on August 27, 2007.
Nintendo of Europe’s website mistakenly announced it for release on July 27, 2007, but it was in fact released two weeks later, on August 10, 2007. In 2013, it was released for the Wii U Virtual Console. In 2016, it was released for the New Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console. In 2019, it was released for the Nintendo Switch SNES games library.
Unlike later installments in the series, Breath of Fire II is a direct sequel to Breath of Fire. Set 500 years after the original game, the story centers on an orphan named Ryu Bateson, whose family vanished mysteriously long ago. After his friend is falsely accused of a crime, Ryu embarks on a journey to clear his name.
Breath of Fire II is a traditional role-playing video game featuring two-dimensional character sprites and environments. Players view the game from a top-down perspective and move their characters in four directions across various environments including towns and dungeons while interacting with non-player characters and battling enemies to advance the story.
Breath of Fire 2
Japan: December 21, 2001
Game Boy Advance
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