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Very weird glitch that I came across while playing the slot machines in FFXIII-2I would put my 5 coins in, stop the last frame first, the first frame second, and the middle frame last and 9 times out of ten I would get a chocobo at the top of the first frame and a chocobo in the middle for the second and third frame.Every once in a while I would get a line of 3 moogles for a reward of 5 coins. I lost so many coins due to this stupid glitchAnyone else get this glitch?Please comment.

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    • Fang uses a jump attack in a cutscene on the Palamecia at Chapter 9, bringing down a Garuda Interceptor . She also uses Highwind at the end of Chapter 13 when she attacks the party.
    • Legion of One can be considered an upgraded version of Army of One. A 'legion' is normally one of many military units that together constitute an army, meaning there are fewer people in a legion, than in an army. However, the word 'legion' relates to Lightning's more mythical appearance in Final Fantasy XIII-2 as opposed to sci-fi setting of Final Fantasy XIII .
    • In Final Fantasy XIII-2 , the distortion has changed from a stream across the top and bottom to only covering the top left and bottom right corners.
      • The distortion seen across the top and bottom of the screen when a full ATB skill is used in Final Fantasy XIII , is also present in Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy , when Lightning uses Army of One.
    • The Brain Blast quiz terminals at Academia 4XX AF refer to full ATB skills as 'unparalleled attacks.'
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    Commando - Ravager - Sentinel - Saboteur - Synergist - Medic
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    Fabula Nova Crystallis: Final Fantasy - Demo - Merchandise
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    ' FINAL FANTASY XIII - The Promise ' - ' Blinded By Light ' - ' Saber's Edge ' - ' Ragnarok ' - ' Eternal Love ' - ' March of the Dreadnoughts ' - ' Fighting Fate ' - ' Fang's Theme ' - ' Gapra Whitewood ' - ' Will to Fight ' - ' Sulyya Springs ' - ' Dust to Dust ' - ' Born Anew ' - ' Nascent Requiem ' - ' Kimi ga Iru Kara ' - ' My Hands '
    Final Fantasy XIII Episode Zero -Promise- - Final Fantasy XIII Side Story: A Dreaming Cocoon Falls into the Dawn - Final Fantasy XIII -Episode i-
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    Characters - Locations - Menu
    Accessories - Adornments - Costumes - Items - Weapons
    Abilities - Cinematic Action - Crystarium system - Command Synergy Battle - Difficulty level - Full ATB skill - Elements - Mog Clock - Monster Names - Passive Abilities - Stats - Statuses - Paradigm - Paradigm Pack - Feral Link - Quick time event - Stagger - Wound
    Commando - Ravager - Sentinel - Saboteur - Synergist - Medic
    Brain Blast - Confounding Quiz - Live Trigger - Temporal Rift
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    ' FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 - Wishes - ' - ' Paradox ' - ' Etro's Champion ' - ' Noel's Theme ' - ' The Last Hunter ' - ' Caius's Theme ' - ' Yeul's Theme ' - ' New Bodhum ' - ' Worlds Collide ' - ' Unseen Intruder ' - ' Eclipse ' - ' Village and Void ' - ' Limit Break! ' - ' Will to Fight ' - ' Plains of Eternity ' - ' Gapra Whitewood ' - ' FINAL FANTASY XIII - The Promise ' - ' Blinded By Light ' - ' March of the Dreadnoughts ' - ' Ragnarok ' - ' Dust to Dust ' - ' New World ' - ' Battle at the Big Bridge '
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