Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition - Things to Do First

A guide on things to do when beginning a new game in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition. Included are tips to get you started smoothly when playing for the first time.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition - Things to Do First

What to Do at the Start of the Game

Choose your Tribe

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition - Choosing a Tribe
You must choose a tribe (race) when creating a new character in the game. The four tribes are Clavat, Lilty, Yuke, and Selkie that each have unique traits and characteristics that largely determine your playstyle in single player and multiplayer.

Which Tribe Should You Choose?

Some tribes might be easier for beginners to choose, especially in single player so it is worth selecting one that lets you become familiar with the game’s mechanics more easily. Note that you cannot change your tribe afterwards.

Pick a Family Trade.

Another important feature in the game is your Family Trade which grants you various benefits that range from regularly receiving food from your family, availing you discounts at the family shop, or being able to purchase exclusive crafting scrolls and materials. As with your character’s Tribe, you cannot switch to a different Family Trade afterwards.

Best Family Trades

Create multiple characters with different Family Trades.

By creating multiple characters in your save file, Tipa (your hometown) will be inhabited by other families. This is useful for having your starting location populated by various shops of different trades. You can easily buy useful items at the start of the game this way.

Collect the Moogle Stamp in Tipa.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition - Moogle House 18

Before even leaving Tipa, you should examine the hole behind the town’s crystal to find your very first Moogle Stamp. Finding these collectibles allows you to obtain Memory Crystals which are used for purchasing Mimic Skins that change your appearance to that of certain named characters in the story.

All Moogle Stamp Locations

Other Strategy Guides

▼Beginner Guides
New Features Data Transfer Permanent Events
Things to Do First Game Controls Races
Parties Family Trade Combat
Family Letters Cycle Changes Status Effects
Multiplayer iOS and Android Specs -
▼Useful Guides
Which Race Should You Choose? Post-game Unlockables Best Family Trade
Best Weapons Best Armor Best Accessories
All Caravan Events Letter Replies Miasma Stream
Grooming Moogle Spell Combinations Special Conditions
Bonus Points Money Farming Guide  How to Get Mythril
How to Get Orichalcum How to Get Ancient Potion How to Get Diamond Ore
How to Get Memory Crystals Enemy Weaknesses and Item Drops Post-Game Dungeons
▼Collectible Guide
All Secret Item Locations All Artifact Locations All Moogle House Locations
All Material Locations All Crafting Scroll Locations All Mimic Skins
All Trophies - -
▼Mini Game Guides
Cow Racing Selkie Jump Blazin’ Caravans

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition Recommended Article List

▼Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Remastered Edition Guides
News and Features Races Walkthroughs
Side Quests Bosses Strategy Guides
Collectibles Mini Games Game Database

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  1. Secondary characters can also be played in the main story. However, your first or main character’s upgrades will not be carried over to your other characters.

  2. So, are the secondary characters and their families only useful to receive items from and not playable individually in the single player mode (which is all I have).