Final Fantasy V Hints & Cheats
Unlimited Weapons (and GP)This glitch allows you to steal 255 of a weapon from an enemy in one shot... The only downside is it must be a weapon that can be thrown with !Throw command.All right, you'll need a Ninja and a Thief in your party.
You'll also need to find an enemy who has a weapon worth stealing. Once you've found such an enemy, you must rid your inventory of that weapon, so the glitch will work properly. Finally, go to the Item menu and leave the first slot empty (just switch the top item with a blank slot).Now go Equip, and Remove the thief's weapon. Time for battle!As the battle begins, your Thief will get the first move. Choose Item, choose his weapon (in the first slot), and then equip it in his right hand. When the Ninja's turn comes up, choose Throw, and 'throw' the blank first slot, where the Thief's weapon was.
Oddly, the game will let you throw this blank slot (sometimes it says M5), but it does 0 damage. No worries... On the Thief's next turn, steal from the enemy so you get the weapon you've been wanting. Now on the Ninja's next turn, Throw this newly-acquired weapon (it will be in the first slot) at the enemy.
Now kill the enemy with any method, if the throw didn't already kill him.Next time you check your item inventory, you'll see 55 of the weapon you stole. In reality, you now have 255 of the weapon, which you can sell for GP, or keep to save time on that perfect save.I've found that sometimes in using this glitch to get MythrilSword from the Ice Soldier, I end up with 99 instead of 55 of the weapon. I don't know the reason for this, but MythrilSword can be sold for about 450 GP apiece, which is profitable.I realize this all sounds confusing, but follow the instructions and it will work. I'm playing the PSX version of Anthology, so I don't know if it'll work on the original. Cheers
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