Cheats, Codes & FAQs
Changing enemy directions for easy miracles.
This glitch is used to change the enemy's direction in order to easily gain access to easy miracles.
Step 1- pick a character and enter the item menu.
step 2- pick any item
step 3- when you are given the option to choose a character to give the item to, highlight an enemy instead.
step 4- when the enemy is highlighted, do not press the accept button. Instead, cancel the command until you reach the first menu.
step 5- when you reach the first menu, pick the "change direction" command.
You'll now notice that you will be able to change the direction of the enemy. Use this to change the direction of all the enemies you wish to change. This will allow you use them to easily produce miracles without the hassle of placing changeups under the enemies who happen to block the circle.
Multiple Robot Suits
Normally you can only get one of these by purifying and killing Baal at The God's Ordeal. If you return to the map afterwards, Baal no longer has the Robot Suit equipped.
The exception to this is if you have a full inventory when you purify and kill him. Instead of dropping the Robot Suit, Baal joins your party with it equipped. Now when you return to the map, the Baal there still has a Robot Suit. You can then repeat the process to get as many Robot Suits as you like.
The glitch also works on the Zombie King in the Cave of Trials, should you wish to get multiple Godhands. However, you will not be able to access The God's Ordeal until you get the Godhand in the normal way.
Note that this glitch was partially fixed in the PAL version, preventing you from getting more than one Robot Suit. You can still use it to get multiple Godhands though.
Two movement exploits
The first movement trick is fairly simple: If you enter the Base Panel, and leave, you can move whatever your move is from the Base Panel. This can be used in some situations to expand movement range.
The second, however, is a bit more complex: Equip some move-increasing items, move, and re-equip what you had before prior to attacking. With the Warp Engine, you can use this to give effectively infinite Move to all your characters! This is very useful for setting up multi-miracles.