Crisis Core Reunion: Gold Rolling Pin [Location]

Learn how you can get your hands on the Gold Rolling Pin and earn up to 50,000 Gil by selling them in Crisis Core Reunion.

The Gold Rolling Pin in Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion is a valuable item that can be sold for a hefty amount of Gil (in-game currency). Even though the Gold Pin is rare, it can still be acquired from multiple game sections. They can then be sold for 50,000 Gil. Players can later use their Gil to upgrade Zack Fair in Crisis Core Reunion.


Key Highlights

  • Gold Rolling Pin is a unique and valuable item in Crisis Core Reunion.
  • Players can sell the Gold Rolling Pin at shops for 50,000 Gil.
  • Gold Rolling Pin can be found in treasure chests during the “A New Threat” and “Notice” missions.
  • Players can also earn the Gold Rolling Pin as a reward after clearing the “Secret on the Plains” mission.
  • By using the Steal or Mug move, players can potentially snatch the Gold Rolling Pin from Holy Tonberry (Enemy).

Where To Find The Gold Rolling Pin?

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Tonberry in Crisis Core Reunion [Screenshot by eXputer]
The high price item can be found at multiple points in the game. However, you will need to be attentive and seek them out since the game will not lead you to the Gold Rolling Pin.

We already know that farming for the Gold Rolling Pin is a solid approach if you’re aiming to earn more Gils in the game. Because a single unit will get you 50,000 Gil, you can find them from multiple Missions Treasure Chests or as Mission Rewards too. Lastly, players can also steal the Gold Rolling Pin from Holy Tonberry by using the Steal or Mug Materia.

Secret On The Plains

First up, players can acquire the Gold Rolling Pin by completing the Secret on the Plains mission. After clearing the Secret on the Plains, you will receive the Gold Rolling Pin as a reward. During the mission, the player will be tasked to defeat a few enemies, such as the Gremlin, Destroyer, and Giant Hornets.

The M6-6-4 “Secret on the Plains” will be accessible for the player after they complete “Secret in the Caverns.” Completing the mission will only get you one Gold Rolling Pin in the game.

Treasure Chests

You can find Gold Rolling Pins as rewards by opening treasure chests in specific in-game missions. Here are the missions where you can obtain Gold Rolling Pins as treasure chest rewards:

  1. Secret on the Plains mission: You can earn a Gold Rolling Pin by opening a treasure chest during this mission. This is a one-time reward and cannot be farmed.
  2. A New Threat mission: Another opportunity to obtain a Gold Rolling Pin is in the “A New Threat” mission. Explore the area and open the treasure chest to receive one. Like the first mission, this is also a one-time reward.
  3. Notice mission: In the “Notice” mission, you can find a Gold Rolling Pin as a reward inside a treasure chest. This, too, is a one-time reward and cannot be farmed.

Stealing From Holy Tonberry

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“Buried in the Caverns” in Crisis Core Reunion [Image by Us]
Lastly, you can also steal and potentially farm Gold Rolling Pins by facing the Holy Tonberry in Crisis Core FFVII Reunion. However, to get the pins you will need to follow a specific method in the game. Simply defeating the Holy Tonberry in the game won’t do the trick.

  1. Unlock the M6 Missions: You can find the Tonberry enemies after unlocking the M6 missions in Crisis Core Reunion.
  2. Initiate the Mission “Buried in the Caverns”: Once you have access to the M6 missions, start the mission titled “Buried in the Caverns.” In this mission, Zack is tasked with visiting the caves and dealing with the Tonberrys, which are described as “odd monsters.” The mission also hints at the possibility of finding items in the caves.
  3. Equip Steal/Mug Materia: To steal Gold Rolling Pins from the Tonberrys, make sure you have the Steal and Mug Materia moves unlocked and equipped. These Materia moves are essential for obtaining the Gold Rolling Pins.
  4. Steal the Gold Rolling Pins: While facing the Tonberrys, use the “Steal” Materia move to snatch items from them. There is a chance that you will obtain Gold Rolling Pins through this method. Keep in mind that it does not have a 100% drop rate, so you may need to try multiple times.
  5. Use Accessories for Better Luck: Equipping accessories like the Jeweled Ring, which increases Zack’s luck by 20 and doubles the number of items dropped or stolen, can improve your chances of obtaining Gold Rolling Pins.
  6. Defeat Tonberrys if Necessary: If you don’t manage to steal the Gold Rolling Pins, you can defeat the Tonberrys using attacks like Costly Punch or Buster Sword.
  7. Repeat the Process: You can face multiple Tonberrys in the M6 missions, allowing you to potentially steal multiple Gold Rolling Pins. These can be sold for 50,000 Gil each, providing you with valuable currency for various in-game purposes

Summary

With that, we reach the end of our guide. Today we covered brief information about the Gold Rolling Pins. By getting these valuable items in the game, you can sell them off at the shops and earn 50,000 Gil. Later on, the in-game currency can be used to upgrade your character’s prowess to make the game a whole lot easier.

Crisis Core Final Fantasy VII Reunion is the remake of the famous game with the same title, which was released on the PSP. In the remake, the players will get to experience the full experience with better textures and graphics and relive the adventures of Zack Fair.

Soldier Points are a huge part of Crisis Core Reunion combat. To get SP in the game, players can learn more about Hojo’s Questions and the Mako Recovery Unit. Apart from that, items like the Magic Pot and the Dresser Key can also help enhance the combat skills and further progress the storyline. 

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