Tactics Ogre

Let Us Cling Together



Chris: In case you're wondering, yes this is "that one Princeton guy's site." Many thanks to Austin and Landon, the owners of www.tacticsogre.com, for providing a home for this site!

Recent Updates

January 12, 2011: Howdy, how's everyone doing? Go figure that as time goes on, my life would become busier and busier to the point where it would take me months to post a simple update! Sorry folks... The biggest news to report in this update is that there is now an English Tactics Ogre ROM available for download at http://agtp.romhack.net/project.php?id=tactics. I have updated the FAQ Section accordingly. In addition, I fixed a broken link to a PAR code spreadsheet in the PAR Code Section. Please let me know if you find other issues on the website, and I'll try to address them in a more timely manner!

As always, my e-mail and MySpace profile are operational - I check them and respond to inquiries regularly! I am also on Facebook - feel free to use my e-mail address to look me up! If you wish to connect on those sites, it would be particularly helpful if you included a brief message to the effect of "Tactics Ogre" with your friend request (otherwise, I'll likely ask you if you're a fan of my work). Despite the fact that this site does not see updates as frequently as it has in the past (partly because I'm no longer a college student with the spare time, partly because the site in its current state is so comprehensive), I still maintain contact with other Tactics Ogre fans via e-mail and the GameFAQs Message Board.

So in summary, I'm still around! Stay tuned...

The Guide
Section Name Description

Zapan: So you're training to become a warrior, huh? Well, here is where you'll be able to learn about many of the different classes that you can become or work with!

Last Updated: May 15, 2003

Ishtar: At the very beginning of the game, you have to answer a series of questions asked by the four elemental goddesses. If you've ever wondered about the significance of your responses, this section analyzes it in detail!

Last Updated: January 1, 2005

Denim: This section of the guide is dedicated to walking you through all three routes of the game. The walkthrough is split into chapters (including sub-guides for Hell Gate and Eden), and contains information on the locations of buried treasure!

Last Updated: January 1, 2007

Warren Report
Warren: Curious about who someone is or how they affect the story? You'll likely find what you're looking for here, in my special report. This section is also home to the "Mystery Character" contest, where you can identify and learn about characters from other games!

Last Updated: May 15, 2003

Forcas: This section deals with some of the more subtle aspects of the game, such as the effects of AGI/DEX on status spells, the loyalty system, and Chaos Frame.

Last Updated: November 7, 2002

Tips and Tricks
Vice: Here, you'll find information on almost all of the secrets in the game, such as recruiting those hard-to-find characters, acquiring those hard-to-get items, and winning those hard-to-win battles. It is organized in such a way that allows for easy access to the information you want!

Last Updated: November 7, 2002

Lans: In order to fight effectively in battle, you must have an understanding of the various equipment and abilities available to you. Here, my fellow Dark Knights will give you a briefing on the different types of weapons, armor, items, magic, and special abilities available in Tactics Ogre.

Last Updated: July 4, 2005

Zaebos: Well, well, well...I suppose you're looking for some sort of shortcut, aren't you? If you insist on using it, then this is the place to be. Only time will tell--if you're good enough, you can even get ME to join your party!

Last Updated: March 12, 2005

Pro Action Replay
Camus: Well, hello there! Courtesy of the Matilda Knights, Tactics Ogre gameplay enhancement is no longer limited to those playing the PSX version of the game. Here you will find Pro Action Replay (PAR) codes for the original Super Famicom version of the game.

Last Updated: January 12, 2011

Wiegraf: A key strategy to developing a winning team is to diversify your characters' training, so that their weak points are not as prevalent--that's where the Death Corps went wrong. I've been studying the art of training and gaining power, and you can see what I've come up with here. It's an interesting read complete with sample characters, and it is probably the first attempt anyone's made to analyze the Tactics Ogre training system in an academic context!

Last Updated: May 16, 2005


Realm of Death
Nybbas: I'm Nybbas Obderhode, the most powerful Necromancer in all the land! Won't you stop by my lovely Realm of Death and take a look at some of my work? You would find it most interesting...

Last Updated: November 7, 2002

Radlum: Have a question related to the game that isn't answered in any of the previous sections? Read this section before sending your questions in--it will cover questions that your fellow Tactics Ogre fans had.

Last Updated: January 12, 2011

Seggal: Perhaps all of this isn't enough for you... Do you long for interaction with other fans of Tactics Ogre? Check out the Tactics Ogre Forum - it's not Serpent's Hold or anything like that, but it'll give you a chance to be heard! Just don't talk about me getting my ass kicked by that crusty old wizard...you'll make me cry!

Added: August 24, 2007

About the Author
Chris: Want to know more about me, the mastermind behind this guide? This section is the place to go!

Last Updated: August 17, 2004



Chris: Many of the images in this guide came from http://village.infoweb.ne.jp/~ozweb/ogre.htm. However, that site no longer exists (at least at that location).

If you have any further questions or comments, feel free to send me an e-mail at crg@alumni.princeton.edu.