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You can choose between all three weapons at any time, and your other party members will have equipped the weapons that you didn’t want.
Always upgrade your weapons using all of the materials that you pick up (as well as the armor that you have).
Each piece of equipment is made of a specific type of material.
When you upgrade it using the same type of material, you will get a huge experience point boost.
When you equip two or more items that are made of the same material, you will get a synergy bonus that will boost your attack and defense.
When you max out an equipment’s level, you will then be able to evolve it by using a specific number of certain materials (it varies depending on what it is).

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