FFBE Macro.com Macros for FF:BraveExvius



Welcome to the FFBEMacro.com website. If you play Final Fantasy:Brave Exvius regularly, you will know how important it is to have Trust Master Rewards. I have put together this page to make TM Farming more accessible to the gaming public. Not only are my macros effective, but they are 100% safe from eating your lapis or items. Please use the Sidebar to select your preferred method. If you find this site useful and would like to help it grow, please consider supporting what I do.

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What is Macro TM Farming?

  • Mac·ro - a single instruction that expands automatically into a set of instructions to perform a particular task

Macro TM Farming is the process of using an Emulator (w/built-in Macro Recorder) to build your units TM% or Trust Master Rewards. There is only 2 ways you can acquire your units TM Reward. Give it Trust Moogles or build it naturally by using that unit in battle. Without using Trust Moogles it will take an average of 10,000 battles to build a units trust from 0%-100%. This process can be made much easier (and faster) with the help of a macro, and you can run it while you're otherwise not playing like when sleeping or at work.


Will I Get Banned for Using a Macro?

The short answer, No. Many people use macros and nobody has ever been banned before for using one. Gumi Customer Service has told us on several occasions that using an emulator's built-in macro recorder function is allowed. Until we hear otherwise in an official statement, then I and many others would agree that you will not be banned for macroing.


Customer Service Responses

    • "We are aware that there are players using the macro feature of the Nox emulator and that is allowed."
    • "Until the higher department releases a statement against the usage of macros, there will be no issues in using such, as long as it is only a feature of the emulator and not a third party application created solely for cheating."

    Benefits of Macro TM Farming

    You will free up a lot of time using a macro by not having to constantly babysit your NRG bar (unless you are okay with wasting NRG) which will allow you to play the game when you want. TM Farming is the most efficient way to give a massive boost to your team, and make it easier to clear ELT level content. Having a selection of TM's gives you a lot more options when it comes to building your units and gives you a lot more options when it comes to strategy. (Eg. Evade/Auto-Refresh/Element Resist). Once you have a good selection of units, you should consider putting your resources towards TM Farming instead of doing more pulls. For 50$ you can either do a bunch of pulls and probably be disappointed or you can spend it on 5 TM's which is a sure thing. Besides, even if you do get lucky and pull a good unit, it will never reach its full potential without proper gear. All those Mega-Whales you see on your friends list with a ton of TM's, chances are they used a macro to acquire them. Units get out-classed very quickly due to power-creep. Take Lightning for example, she used to be the must have, gotta whale for, unit. Now she's the troll of 5*'s. Good TM's like Dual Wield and DualCast will always be useful and you can transfer them from unit to unit. Not only is TM Farming good for building up your units trust, but you will also get a bit of rank EXP, and tons of friend points and Gil from selling the excess materials you pick up.


    Safe Refill Macros

    Unlike the old Ultimate TM Farming Macro that you may be familiar with, my TM Refill macro has a built in failsafe mechanism that prevents it from misusing lapis should it ever end up in content other then earth shrine. The way it is designed it will never progress in dungeons with stronger enemies. There is still a rare chance you can end up in a dungeon, but it will just pause and start to refill your NRG naturally to max. The old macros would keep refilling and if you died it would lapis revive. I have put a lot of time and effort into making my macros as safe and efficient as possible. You can rest peacefully knowing your lapis is safe.