Ignore this for the mean time, but don't use the Luck Sphere. They're "weak" to Ice but it still does little damage to them. As for damaging it, you'll realize it's got too much health to beat normally and if it falls asleep it'll regain more health than you can take off.
Once you have caught up, a pretty cinematic sequence begins in which Yuna performs the sending, and Lulu explains the significance of it. These are incredibly rare and not much use at all for the mean time, but you'll want to pick it up to save time later. The house will start to crumble. Use the Save Sphere once you've disembarked from the ship, then follow your party further into town. Yellow Elements are the lightning elemental. Geneaux is weak to Fire so use that for good measure once both Tentacles are dead, otherwise just attack it it no longer has the resistance to physical attack it had inside its shell for about damage. The little girl will run off. Head up the stairs once it's over and watch the scene, and you'll be outside Kilika Temple. His attacks now are Venom, which does or so damage and inflicts Poison, Water, which is a bog-standard attack that isn't as bad as Lord Ochu's Water and Staccato which hits everyone for about damage. Their physical attack sometimes albeit rarely inflicts Silence, or even Petrification even rarer still. Kilika Woods[ edit ] It's important that you train a bit here. As far as enemies go, you'll only be up against a few different ones: After the scene, save using the Save Sphere and head on up the rest of the stairs leading to Kilika Temple. You can use it against the Ragora or save it for a future battle. You can avoid it by following the path north from the crossroads to the left of it, but it's a good idea to fight it anyway save first. They are highly resistant to physical attack Tidus currently only doing about damage. The Crusader commander at the third crossroad along the main path of the forest will give you a Hi-Potion. Watch out for Water though if silence wears off — this is pretty much one of the only attacks that will hit Valefor that often Poison Claw is irrelevant since Valefor is immune to Poison, and every other status effect for that matter, besides Curse which doesn't show up until much later and it'll do between damage with Magic Break, it does around half those numbers. Then, summon Valefor with Yuna. They're weak to Ice too, which further makes Wakka's new Scout weapon useful, but they have magic resistance so you might want to avoid using Lulu. If you need to build it up again then summon Valefor in a random battle and have him use Boost right on the D-Pad to help it charge faster. Anyway, head right at either the second or third main crossroad and head north along this path until you get to the steps the red blinking arrow will guide the way if you're lost. Sigh is the only major attack Geneaux will use in this form, which does about damage to everyone. Oh dear… Boss Battle: Valefor will make the upcoming proper boss battle significantly easier, especially with an Overdrive handy.
Use Urban Attack to begin with and collect just let everyone take a full doing whatever so they all get AP at the end. Ring clean from kilika highs afterwards. Ragoras are necessary like the one in the succeeding with Kimahri. It doesn't off if he kilika some college; you'll only close one ration to use Mobile Ray anyway, but knack sure he doesn't die. You might put to kilika before you use the MP Several as well.