Jun 10, 2021
Where to Find Every Happy Turtle Flyer in Final Fantasy 7 Remake Intergrade
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For all of the Yuffie fans out there who were upset she was missing from the initial sampling of Final Fantasy 7 Remake, you can all rest easy knowing she’s playable now.
When you first load up the Intergrade DLC, you’ll play through a portion of the game as everybody’s favorite ninja before the game allows you to explore a little bit.
This is when you can try out Fort Condor, which seems like it’ll end up being this game’s version of Gwent where players just can’t help but become addicted.
At this time, you’ll also be able to do a series of side quests for some rewards. One of these quests has us tracking down six different Happy Turtle flyers.
If you’re here reading this, then that would mean you’re trying to find out where to look. We have you covered.Happy Turtle Flyer Locations
Square EnixThe six locations.
None of the flyers are difficult to get, but one of them will require you to dispatch some tough enemies, so make sure you bring a nice selection of potions.
The other five flyers are just about to the right location and picking them up when you see them. The place you’ll be looking for these flyers isn’t very big, so you can just wander around and find them if you’d want, but it might take longer than you’d want it to.
You’ll know you’re getting close to where you have to be when you start hearing the music. As an added touch, picking up one of the posters will play some music out of your TV and your controller.
When you grab the one by Cloud’s apartment, you’ll hear Merle telling Yuffie a story about Cloud, which is pretty cool because Yuffie has absolutely no idea who that is and isn’t even interested in him.
That poster is one of the harder ones to grab because you have to dodge a dog and avoid hitting a bucket to get it.What To Do When You Get All 6
When you have all six of the flyers, you’ll automatically be prompted to return to the man who tasked you with the quest in the first place.
He’ll offer to take you out for a drink before realizing you’re too young to do anything like that. At least he thinks it’s cool you’re a ninja, much like the other residents of Midgar.
Completing this quest will unlock a trophy, so anybody looking to get a Platinum Trophy in this DLC will need to finish this quest. Other than that, there’s really not much of a reason for players to get this one done. Like most of the FF7 side quests, this one doesn’t take a ton of time to do, so you might as well get it done if you’re bored.
Then again, we do have the very enticing Fort Condor board game looking right at us. There are a lot of potential opponents all around this area, so make sure you challenge them to a game!
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Rockies Austin Gomber can become more than fantasy baseball stopgap
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If you’ve been looking at MLB’s ever-growing injured list over the past few weeks, you might have thought you were looking at your pre-draft starting pitcher rankings.
Elite arms like Shane Bieber (shoulder), Max Scherzer (groin), Jack Flaherty (oblique), Stephen Strasburg (neck), Sonny Gray (groin), Zach Plesac (thumb) and John Means (shoulder) have been idle for fantasy owners after landing on the IL. Earlier this week, Tyler Glasnow suffered a partial UCL tear as well as a flexor strain in his right elbow, then blamed MLB’S crackdown on foreign substances for his injury.
Jacob deGrom hasn’t landed on the IL, but watching him leave early from his past two starts, despite solid production in those outings, has become concerning.
Though some of these pitchers are on the road to recovery, the injuries have left fantasy owners searching for answers — even if for the short term. Though we’re talking about replacing top-shelf production, there’s plenty of talent available to help fill the void.
If you’re in a league in which Kenta Maeda, Chris Paddack, Taijuan Walker, Luis Garcia, Robbie Ray, Anthony DeSclafani or Framber Valdez are available, grab them … now (it may be a long shot, as their availability is between 10-30 percent in ESPN leagues). If they’re not around, check on Colorado’s Austin Gomber.
Gomber has won three straight decisions, and is 4-1 with a 1.28 ERA, 41 strikeouts and a .188 opponent average over his past seven starts.
Though he is walking 2.71 per nine innings (the 23rd-worst rate in the majors), he has walked just three batters in his past seven starts. He also ranks in the top 20 in groundball rate (47.8 percent), has an 11.1 swinging-strike rate and owns a 3.68 FIP and 3.70 xFIP, indicating he has been ever-so-slightly lucky.Austin GomberAP
If you’re concerned about Gomber pitching at Coors Field, don’t be. He is 3-1 with a 0.95 ERA, 0.812 WHIP, 24-10 strikeout-walk rate and .140 opponent average in five home starts. His 5.04 road ERA is misleading, as he was roughed up by the Cardinals and Giants to the tune of 14 runs in two starts, but has not allowed more than two earned runs in any of his past four road starts.
Though opponents are hitting .293 against his fastball, a pitch he uses about 40 percent of the time, and he has issued 11 of his 23 walks with the pitch, he is dominant with his secondary pitches. Hitters are batting .195 with 22 strikeouts and 34 percent whiff rate against his slider, which he throws 24 percent of the time. They’re also hitting .148 with 29 strikeouts, a 32.9 percent whiff rate and a 31.5 putaway percentage against his curve, and .100 with 10 strikeouts and a 34.3 percent whiff rate against his changeup.
If Gomber, the second-most added pitcher in ESPN leagues this week, can keep his control in check and continues to dominate with his secondary pitches, the 27-year-old lefty will be a must-start pitcher for the long term.
The most added pitcher in ESPN leagues this week was the Cubs’ Zach Davies. He was 1-2 with a 9.47 ERA, 14-15 strikeout-walk rate and a .325 opponent average over his first five starts, but the right-hander has turned his season around in a big way.
Over his previous nine starts before taking the mound Friday, he allowed more than three earned runs only once while going 3-1 with a 1.86 ERA and .227 opponent average. He is available in more than 55 percent of ESPN leagues.
Seattle rookie Logan Gilbert is 2-0 with a 2.49 ERA, 22-6 strikeout-walk rate and a .195 opponent average over his past four starts after going 0-2 with a 9.45 ERA and .300 opponent average in his first two big league starts. He is available in 70 percent of ESPN leagues.
Detroit’s Tarik Skubal was featured in this space last week, and Roto Rage continues to believe he is one of the best rotation additions available. He is 4-1 with a 3.00 ERA and 50-14 strikeout-walk rate over his past six starts, and is still owned in just 35 percent of ESPN leagues.
Other widely available arms worth considering include Cincinnati’s Wade Miley (2-1, 1.82 ERA, .230 opponent average over his past five starts), Tampa Bay’s Ryan Yarbrough, Oakland’s James Kaprielian, Toronto’s Ross Stripling and the Angels’ Patrick Sandoval, who was 1-2 with a 2.77 ERA, 23-8 strikeout-walk rate and 53.2 percent groundball rate before taking the mound Saturday against the Tigers.Big Hits
Anthony DeSclafani SP, Giants
Over his past four starts, he is 3-0 with a 1.82 ERA, 20-6 strikeout-walk ratio and .184 opponent average. He has won three straight decisions.Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Getty Images
Bo Bichette SS, Blue Jays
Had at least one hit in all but one of his first 15 games this month — going 22-for-63 (.349) with three homers, 11 RBIs, 14 runs, two stolen bases and a .944 OPS in that span.
Vladimir Gutierrez SP, Reds
Before taking the mound on Saturday, he was 3-1 with a 2.74 ERA, 19 strikeouts, 10 walks and a .295 opponent average over his first four starts.
Matt Olson 1B, Athletics
Hit .431 with five homers, 16 RBIs, 12 runs and a 1.287 OPS over his first 14 games this month. Entered Friday with a modest five-game hit streak.Big Whiffs
Javier Baez SS, Cubs
Though he hit three homers in his first 12 games this month, he was 5-for-43 (.116) with 21 strikeouts, a .156 OBP and .481 OPS in that stretch.
Triston McKenzie SP, Indianssee also
Since earning his first win on May 6, he is 0-2 with an 8.20 ERA and 17 walks. He walked four in one-third of an inning on June 12.
Yermin Mercedes C/DH, White Sox
Has not homered since May 27, going 6-for-60 (.100) with 15 strikeouts and a .298 OPS in his first 17 games since. Told you he was eventually going to start hitting like Yermin Toyota Corolla.
Eduardo Rodriguez SP, Red Sox
After his last win on May 7, the lefty went 0-4 with a 8.55 ERA and .331 opponent average over his next seven starts. Though he struck out 45 over 33 ²/₃ innings, he walked 12 and allowed 32 earned runs.Check Swings
- Who was the most added position player this week in ESPN leagues? That would be former Met Amed Rosario, who raised his average from .189 on May 8 to .284 entering Friday for Cleveland, after going 43-for-121 (.355) with two homers, 14 RBIs, 21 runs, six stolen bases and a .858 OPS over his past 31 games. He is available in about 45 percent of ESPN leagues.
- Houston’s Jose Altuve entered Friday’s game having homered in three straight (for the second time this month) and six of his past eight games. He had four homers in his previous eight at-bats. In his first 15 games this month, Altuve was 17-for-60 (.283) with nine home runs, 15 RBIs, 15 runs, 11 walks, a stolen base, a .403 on-base percentage and a 1.117 OPS.
- Have you noticed what the Cubs’ Kyle Hendricks has been doing lately? He is 8-1 with a 2.79 ERA, 44-9 strikeout-walk rate and .248 opponent average over his past nine starts. Over his past seven starts, he is 7-0 with a 2.54 ERA. Fun fact: He entered Friday leading the league in homers allowed (19).
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