Oreq:<N>means you only need to complete N objectives to receive the reward.
Orandom:boss/quest/char, which allow you to restrict what kinds of objectives can be selected as random objectives.
-exp:splitrestores vanilla EXP division.
-exp:nokeybonusremoves the EXP bonus at 10 key items.
-exp:noboostremoves the low-level EXP slingshot.
Gsylph, which “restores” the Sylph MP bug in the following manner; Sylph's caster will only use MP if they are in the middle party slot.
Cstart:and also excluding the start character with
Cnowould allow duplicate starting characters to appear.
Edangerallowing fights against Lunar Core boss-bit monsters.
Pkeybeing forced on when setting a
quest_passobjective even when other Pass flags are enabled.
Tstandardroughly corresponds to old T3.
Twildcorresponds to old T4.
Tproroughly corresponds to old T2, but features entirely new weightings.
Twildishis a new level, using the weightings of
Tprobut weighted towards better items.
Sstandardroughly corresponds to old S2.
Sprois a more challenging randomization than
Swildroughly corresponds to old S4.
Conly:flags as a more concise alternative to
Cno:flags when limiting the character pool.
Cdistinct:flags to allow more control over the number of distinct characters available.
Cpermajoin, a challenge mode where you cannot dismiss characters.
Balt:gauntlet, which replaces the Fabul Gauntlet boss battles with five normal encounters from the nearby area.
Tsparse:flags, which reduce the number of treasures available in the world.
Eno:jdropsthat allows them to switch back to US version drop tables.
Eno:sirens, which makes Sirens undroppable/unstealable from enemies.
Edflag, which allows back attack and “Surprised!” encounters to still occur even if normal encounters are disabled by
Tg Sqcould end up with 0 GP, resulting in a “Locked” message.
Sqflag, which makes items sell for 1/4 purchase price instead of the usual 1/2.
-vintage, which enables the April Fools Day 2019 special mode.
-muteflag; in-game music can now be toggled in all seeds from the Custom menu.
-muteis now available on all seeds.
-fabpalettes for each character.
-whichburnso that Explode doesn't target the full party (which can cause instant wipes in high level boss positions).
-muteflag is enabled. See the [integrations page](/integrations) for more information.
C5adding extra copies of a character that has been
Exstill applying to forced battles even with
Bseeds consistent in behavior with
Bseeds. (This was also causing 100% non-
Bseeds to only report 33/34 bosses defeated.)
Gflag has been inverted, and now indicates the major glitches that are _allowed_ rather than restricted.
Xkkey item experience bonus or endgame stats, due to complexity in the combinations of P flags now available.
-nodupesflag restores the original FE functionality (ie. when receiving a duplicate character, nothing happens).
-rescueflag, which allows dismissed characters to be retrieved from the Mysidian crystal room and the Tower of Wishes.
Cnremoves the guarantee that all non-excluded characters can be found somewhere in the world.
-startcecil(and similar for other characters) allow you to select the character you start with.
-nocecil(and similar for other characters) exclude characters from the randomized pool. (Combining
-nowith the same character will start you with that character without encountering any more of them in the world.)
-hobs, which replaces the Fire1 spell learned by Rydia at Mt. Hobs with a random summon spell, excluding Leviatan and Bahamut.
Sx, which makes the original behavior of S5 available (all shops are empty).
-noapples, which prevents AgApples, AuApples and SomaDrops from appearing in shops.
-nosirens, which prevents Sirens from appearing in shops.
Ec, which prevents running from encounters.
Xx, which prevents non-boss encounters from granting EXP.
-noadamants, which excludes Adamant Armors from the game.
-aa, which disables the special logic that sets Cecil as the agility anchor, instead defaulting to the first occupied party slot in all situations.
-mute, which disables music playback but leaves sound effects intact. (The TwinHarp song will still play.)
-spoon, which allows Edward to equip the Spoon.
-fab, which randomizes the palettes of your party's battle sprites (palettes brilliantly designed by SchalaKitty).
-huh, which replaces the bombs that emerge from the Package with a random FF4 sprite.
Kseeds so that the Legend Sword comes from Ordeals rather than with Paladin Cecil, since he is not guaranteed to appear.
Tgflag based on riversmccown's recommendations.