Dissidia Opera Omnia Guides Tagged Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Dissidia Opera Omnia Guides RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network Dissidia Opera Omnia Guide: Magic Pot Locations https://www.gameskinny.com/9r9pg/dissidia-opera-omnia-guide-magic-pot-locations https://www.gameskinny.com/9r9pg/dissidia-opera-omnia-guide-magic-pot-locations Fri, 24 Jul 2020 15:06:42 -0400 Sergey_3847

Several quests in Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia mobile ask players to defeat Magic Pots. These mysterious creatures are extremely rare, but there is a way to encounter them more often than the game's RNG typically allows.

The guide below tells you the exact locations of Magic Pots. In other words, where they spawn the most.

How to Find a Magic Pot in DFFOO

Currently, there are two guaranteed ways to get Magic Pots. The first one involves any of the current multiplayer events. Usually, you can encounter at least a few Magic Pots by the end of each event.

However, if you don't play multiplayer, then follow this chain of quests to encounter Magic Pots in single-player mode:

  1. Select the World of Illusions tab
  2. Go to the Carbuncle quest
  3. Choose the Power Orb Spring 3 mission

During the last wave of enemies in the Power Orb mission, you will encounter more Magic Pots than anywhere else in the game.

Of course, RNG still decides how many of them you will encounter. So it's a good idea to restart the mission and try again if you haven't got the required amount of Magic Pots the first time.

How to Beat a Magic Pot in DFFOO

The best character to use against a Magic Pot is Squall Leonhart. He wields a greatsword (gunsword) and the power of Black Crystal.

Use his Renzokuken+ ability, which deals six consecutive sword hits. You can finish the combo with Mighty Critical Hit and Leon's Pride, which is more than enough to deplete Magic Pot's 1,500 HP.

Of course, you can use any other available character, but Squall can defeat a Magic Pot in mere seconds, making it easier to farm more Magic Pots faster.

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Dissidia Opera Omnia: Should You Reroll? https://www.gameskinny.com/j1oml/dissidia-opera-omnia-should-you-reroll https://www.gameskinny.com/j1oml/dissidia-opera-omnia-should-you-reroll Tue, 20 Feb 2018 15:16:01 -0500 Nilufer Gadgieva

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is quickly becoming a mobile favorite RPG, a great collection of Final Fantasy heroes and villains in one. By completing quests and challenges, the player can level up and gain access to more maps and explore further, not to mention get a hold of better, stronger equipment to help them through. 

Like most games in the genre, this one offers a gashapon where players can obtain new, better equipment with gems. However, there are only so many gems a player can receive at once.

Some players get lucky from the first roll with the initial 5000 gems, but most players are usually not so fortunate. They're usually stuck with whatever they get from the start, but with such a rare combination of heroes, players don't have to settle for less!

The simplest way to get access to the best items and weapons is to reroll. The question is when is it worth the reroll

A reroll is not always necessary, but it is generally recommended when players do not get either Vann or Terra's strongest 5-star weapons or the duplicates for easy Limit Breaks by fusing together the duplicates of the weapons. 

5-star (and 4-star) weapons are both rare and valuable for the Affinity Ability corresponding with the character they are meant for. In short, the weapon can make the character extremely potent. 

This is especially important if someone is min-maxing their character. That said if a player is simply aiming for weapons for their favorite heroes, that alone should justify a reroll. 

Rerolling is a fairly simple process, taking about 20 minutes at most:

  • Android: Settings > Apps & notifications > App info > OperaOmnia. Change the emulated file name. Clear the storage of the game and reboot it. 
  • iOS: Delete and reinstall the game.

And that's all there is to it. If you have any other tips for rerolling on Opera Omnia, comment below and let us know!

How to Play Dissidia Opera Omnia on PC https://www.gameskinny.com/ppy6u/how-to-play-dissidia-opera-omnia-on-pc https://www.gameskinny.com/ppy6u/how-to-play-dissidia-opera-omnia-on-pc Wed, 07 Feb 2018 12:35:55 -0500 Nilufer Gadgieva

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is a free-to-play mobile game on both iOS and Android. The combination of beautiful graphics, fine details, a variety of characters, and customizable teams makes for a refreshing alternative to the main installments.

Story-wise, the game is related to Dissidia NT; however, the game takes on the traditional RPG format rather than team-based fighting (although the latter did incorporate similar features, such as team attacks, segregated HP/BP damage and more). Heroes and villains of the Final Fantasy franchise come together in this turn-based combat RPG.

While it is mainly a mobile game, it is possible to enjoy it on PC in an easy, hassle-free way. Just follow the steps below!

How to play Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia on PC for Windows/Mac

  1. Install a compatible Android emulator such as Bluestacks. Note that the Nox emulator will not support the game. Other great alternatives include Remix OS and Andy OS. 
  2. Launch the program, navigate to the App center, and open Google Playstore.
  3. Search for the game in the search engine; take care to type out the full title.
  4. Download and install the game.
  5. Locate it in the App center. 
  6. Click and play to your heart's content!

If you happen to come across an issue with downloading/installing the game via Playstore, you can download it as an APK file on either PC or the emulator, and it should install and run successfully. Simply search it up on any search engine, and it should pop up. 

And that's it -- you can enjoy the game on the big screen with little to no fuss at all. Stay tuned for more guides on GameSkinny!


Dissidia Opera Omnia - Useful Tips for New Players https://www.gameskinny.com/5ampn/dissidia-opera-omnia-useful-tips-for-new-players https://www.gameskinny.com/5ampn/dissidia-opera-omnia-useful-tips-for-new-players Wed, 31 Jan 2018 19:16:25 -0500 Ashley Shankle

Most of Dissidia Opera Omnia is pretty self-explanatory. The game throws tutorials your way at every corner at the start, and it does cover most of what you need to know.

There are a few things the tutorials don't cover, though. Some are more minor than others, but it's good to know everything you can if you know you're going to be playing for a while.

These are beginner-oriented tips focusing on some aspects of the game that the tutorial does not go over. There's nothing complicated about them, but having this knowledge on-hand will make your time with the game less confusing.

How do you activate Chain Links?

This is actually a mystery even to the Japanese market, which has had the game for a full year before the global release.

There is no surefire way to trigger Chain Links outside of some skills. For example, Cloud's Finishing Touch will trigger a Chain Link without fail.

What to do with dupe weapons

Did you get two Chocoblades or another 5-star weapon and don't know what to do with it? Don't worry, those dupes have a use: Limit Breaking.

You can fuse 5-star duplicate weapons together to Limit Break the primary one. Limit Breaking a weapon unlocks additional passives, making it well-worth the effort.

What do character icon colors mean?

This confused me for a bit, but it appears that icon colors show how many pieces of equipment a character has equipped that have an affinity for that character.

A character with a purple frame is wearing one piece of equipment with affinity towards it.

A character with a gold frame is wearing two pieces of equipment with affinity towards it.

What does "high turn rate" mean?

It means the character gets to act quickly after using that skill.

If you're sick of the download screens, do a batch download

To do this, head to the home screen and then tap on the gear icon to bring up settings. From there, scroll down to "Batch Download" to begin a large download that will spare you the 1~2 second download times between certain screens.

Upgrade characters with crystals to unlock additional stats, passives, and skills

Your best source of color crystals are from daily event dungeons, which you can in turn use to improve your characters' stats and work towards new skills. It's well-worth it and can be done in the enhancements window.

How to change the character you share with others

Surely you want to be able to choose the support character other players get to use from your pool of heroes. Warrior of Light is nice, but there's a lot more than our heavily-armored friend to share.

In order to change your personal support character, tap on the gear icon on the home screen and then choose "User Data".

Tap "Change Support" to change your support character. And don't forget to change your message!

Dissidia Opera Omnia is one of a few Final Fantasy fanservice mobile games, but it's the first 3D fanservice one.

If you've gotten tired of Brave Exvius or Record Keeper, it may be worth a shot. If your playing depends on which characters are available, check out my list of available characters in Opera Omnia.

Here Are All the Characters in Dissidia Opera Omnia (Global & JP) https://www.gameskinny.com/5do7l/here-are-all-the-characters-in-dissidia-opera-omnia-global-jp https://www.gameskinny.com/5do7l/here-are-all-the-characters-in-dissidia-opera-omnia-global-jp Wed, 31 Jan 2018 15:16:22 -0500 Ashley Shankle

Dissidia Opera Omnia launched with a reasonable handful of characters spanning most Final Fantasy games. If you're like most fans, you can almost make your ideal party. Almost.

You may be interested to know which characters are currently in the global version of the game game as it stands, but the real question here is going to be which characters are coming out later. Twenty-five characters from the story is fine, but Final Fantasy is way too big of a series to be happy with just 25.

First we're going to go into which characters are currently in the global version of the game, along with which chapter of the story you unlock them in. Then we're going to list out the characters that will be coming out later in events, of which there are several more than Opera Omnia gives you in the story.

Story characters

These are all characters that can be unlocked via the story. Some are via the main story quests, others are by side quest areas. Just make sure to do every quest you can in each chapter to get them all.

  • Warrior of Light (Final Fantasy 1) - Obtained via tutorial
  • Vivi (Final Fantasy 9) - Obtained via tutorial
  • Rem (Final Fantasy Type-0) - Obtained via tutorial
  • Sazh (Final Fantasy 13) - Obtained in Chapter 1
  • Tifa (Final Fantasy 7) - Obtained in Chapter 1
  • Cloud (Final Fantasy 7) - Obtained in Chapter 1
  • Hope (Final Fantasy 13) - Obtained in Chapter 1
  • Y'shtola (Final Fantasy 14) - Obtained in Chapter 1
  • Zidane (Final Fantasy 9) - Obtained in Chapter 2
  • Dark Cecil (Final Fantasy 4) - Obtained in Chapter 2
  • Yda (Final Fantasy 14) - Obtained in Chapter 2
  • Vaan (Final Fantasy 12) - Obtained in Chapter 2
  • Yuffie (Final Fantasy 7) - Obtained in Chapter 3
  • Yuna (Final Fantasy 10) - Obtained in Chapter 3
  • King (Final Fantasy Type-0) - Obtained in Chapter 3
  • Bartz (Final Fantasy 5) - Obtained in Chapter 3
  • Penelo (Final Fantasy 12) - Obtained in Chapter 4
  • Terra (Final Fantasy 6) - Obtained in Chapter 4
  • Edge (Final Fantasy 4) - Obtained in Chapter 4
  • Yang (Final Fantasy 4) - Obtained in Chapter 4
  • Onion Knight (Final Fantasy 3) - Obtained in Chapter 4
  • Firion (Final Fantasy 2) - Obtained in Chapter 5
  • Laguna (Final Fantasy 8) - Obtained in Chapter 5
  • Steiner (Final Fantasy 9) - Obtained in Chapter 5
  • Shadow (Final Fantasy 6) - Obtained in Chapter 5

Upcoming story & event characters

I mentioned there were several more characters coming than what's currently available, right? You probably can't make your dream team without a number of the upcoming characters we're about to get to.

These characters can be unlocked by either progressing in the story (past what we have available on global now) or via their character-specific events. These things will come to the global version in time, but for now it's good to know these characters are coming eventually.

Final Fantasy 2
  • Maria - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 3


Final Fantasy 4
  • Kain - Obtained via event
  • Rydia - Obtained via event
  • Palom - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 5
  • Galuf - Obtained via Chapter 6
  • Faris - Obtained via event
  • Krile - Obtained via event
  • Lenna - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 6
  • Cyan - Obtained via Chapter 8
  • Edgar - Obtained via Chapter 9
  • Setzer - Obtained via event
  • Sabin - Obtained via event
  • Celes - Obtained via event
  • Kefka - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 7
  • Vincent - Obtained via Chapter 7
  • Cid - Obtained via event
  • Zack - Obtained via event
  • Aerith - Obtained via event
  • Sephiroth - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 8
  • Squall - Obtained via event
  • Quistis - Obtained via event
  • Zell - Obtained via Chapter 7
  • Irvine - Obtained via Chapter 9
  • Fujin - Obtained via Chapter 10
  • Raijin - Obtained via Chapter 10
  • Seifer - Obtained via Chapter 10
Final Fantasy 9
  • Eiko - Obtained via event
  • Garnet - Obtained via event
  • Kuja - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 10
  • Tidus - Obtained via event
  • Wakka - Obtained via Chapter 6
  • Jecht - Obtained via Chapter 11
  • Seymour - Obtained via event
  • Auron - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 11
  • Shantotto - Obtained via Chapter 6
  • Prishe - Obtained via event
  • Lilisette - Obtained via Chapter 11
  • Lion - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 12
  • Balthier - Obtained via event
  • Ashe - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy 13
  • Vanille - Obtained via event
  • Snow - Obtained via event
  • Lightning - Obtained via Chapter 8
Final Fantasy 13-2
  • Serah - Obtained via Chapter 9
Final Fantasy 14
  • Thancred - Obtained via event
  • Papalymo - Obtained via Chapter 8
  • Alizee (?) - Moogle character, obtainment method unknown
Final Fantasy 15
  • Noctis - Not out in JP yet, obtainment method unknown
Final Fantasy Tactics
  • Ramza - Obtained via event
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
  • Yuri - Obtained via Chapter 11
  • Layle - Obtained via Chapter 7
Final Fantasy Type-0
  • Ace - Obtained via event
  • Cater - Obtained via event


Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more info on Dissidia Opera Omnia, and let us know which characters make up your dream team in the comments below.