See Also: Stat Growth
In most RPG games, not necessarily limited to Final Fantasy games, stats, or statistics are used to represent how strong a character is. Stats are represented by numbers and are used in engagements to determine how much damage a character takes by an opponent, or deals to an opponent. As a character levels up, they get increases in each stat. Different jobs and races gain stats differently. For example, Paladins speeds are slow, while Ninjas and Assassins are fast.
|Ability Points - Accuracy - Brave - Charge Time - Evasion - Experience Points - Defense - Health Points - Intelligence - Luck - MBlock - Magic Defense - Magic Points - Magic Power - Mind - Speed - Spirit - Stamina - Strength - Vitality|
|Final Fantasy VI|
|Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-|
|Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-|
|Final Fantasy XI|
|Charisma - Magic Accuracy - Tactical Points - Fame|
|Final Fantasy XII|
|Final Fantasy Tactics|
|Brave - Faith|
|Final Fantasy Tactics Advance|
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Statistics are used in GTA III Era games to indicate progression in certain areas, or to enumerate certain activities -- for example, a "Longest wheelie" statistic will measure how long a player has sustained a wheelie on a motorcycle; "Packages collected" counts how many Hidden Packages a player has acquired; "Hospital visits" counts how many times a player has been Wasted on their current playthrough, etc.
Many of these statistics are also present in older GTA games, but they are not detailed here.
Rather than recording progress or activities, these statistics are displayed onscreen during gameplay in the Heads Up Display (HUD), to give the player a greater awareness of the protagonist's condition and situation.
GTA San Andreas has a number of additional statistics, viewable either by holding the 'status' button or key, or via the Main Menu. These reflect CJ's physique, physical abilities and expertise; unlike in other GTA games, these change according to the player's actions.
Additionally, if the mouse is hovered over a skill, the current experience in that particular skill is displayed, and the experience needed for the next level is shown. If the link is clicked, the interface displays a menu which provides the milestones which can be achieved in that skill.
At one point, Jagex changed the colour of the skill levels in the interface to orange, but later reverted the change after they realised that colour blind players, or even non-colour blind players, had difficulty seeing the numbers.
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