This time around, the Dreamers try their hands at the Lost Chocobo game. The goal is to help out the choco-gals by delivering a chocobo to the stables of its home nation. Which member of the Dreamers can reach the destination the fastest?
Would you be so kind as to deliver this chocobo to the kingdom stables in Southern San d’Oria? Oh, thank you so very much! You shall be rewarded by our associates upon delivery of the chocobo.
Sel: All right, it’s time for some action!
Fen: Let’s go!
Yai: All right!
On your marks, get set… Go!
Sel: I’m in the lead! I’m in the lead!
Fen: First, we better check our route.
Aba: Haha, good idea.
Yai: Which way is fastest?
Birp: Let’s consult the map.
The time it takes to get from one place to another by chocobo depends entirely on the knowledge and skill of the rider. There are many difficult questions to consider. How does one choose a route? Can the rider skillfully maneuver the chocobo and avoid any monsters obstructing the path? The rider’s response to these questions determines the time. With that in mind, let’s take a look at how each member of the Dreamers plans to compete.
Sel gallops with flair but chooses
speed over strategy
Battle Plan: Dash first, ask questions later.
Choose the shortest-looking course without thinking too hard, dodging monsters and other obstacles with effortless grace.
Battle Plan: Go with the flow.
Objectively analyze the fastest member among the other five Dreamers. Of course, that means targeting Fen and following.
Battle Plan: Self-improvement.
I’ve played the Lost Chocobo game several times and I know the routes by heart. My amateur rivals don’t stand a chance, so I’ll just ignore them and aim to top my personal best time instead.
Battle Plan: Huh? We need a plan?
This is my first time playing the Lost Chocobo game, and I’m so nervous I can’t stop shaking. I think I’ll just follow behind someone else…
Battle Plan: Top secret.
I have a foolproof plan to get the best time! The details are top secret, but I’m nice, so I’ll give you a hint: The shortest route is always the best!
Battle Plan: Slow and steady wins the race.
I’m not very skilled at chocobo riding and I’m not very familiar with the geography of the areas around Windurst, so I’ll just keep checking the map, moving forward at a steady pace, and try my best to catch up with everyone in the second half.
Bern: Yes! Got another chocobo at the Crag of Holla! Get ready, San d’Oria! Bern’s comin’ at ya!
Today’s Lesson: Cheaters never prosper.
Well, there you have it. The Lost Chocobo game, pushing adventurers to strive against each other for every second that may count. Adventurers can now confirm the time for each route, and many have become eager to try out more difficult courses.
Hopefully this report will be helpful to those who have yet to challenge the Lost Chocobo game!