Welcome to Corrective and Preventive Actions, a website is dedicated to making code to enhance gaming experience! We feature detailed guides on how to enhance your game by using ArtMoney with optional need for a spreadsheet program. In addition to guides, I will also give short review and a simple technical information to my knowledge on the game's mechanism. Enjoy your stay and enjoy the fun!

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Phantasy Star Online 2 Etoile
This is a beginner-friendly guide intended to help people optimizing their Etoile usage! This guide isn't in a...
  Last update at 29 May 2020 13:40
Anime PuSo Ni Comi + Okawari English Subs
Starting 2019, Phantasy Star Online 2 started a short anime series based on its own webcomic called PuSo Ni Comi ...
  Last update at 26 May 2020 15:11
Phantasy Star Online 2: Summoner Guide
This guide is intended to be a comprehensive version of the infographics-like Summoner Guide I have made before. This...
  Last update at 02 May 2020 14:17
Phantasy Star Online 2: Gathering
This guide is intended to be a reference for Phantasy Star Online 2's Gathering system. With gathering, you can earn a...
  Last update at 15 Mar 2020 16:51

About Author

Perseonn Balthasaar is interested (at times, obsessed) in game's data structure. If he finds the game giving him an unfair disadvantage (well, according to him. At times said "unfairness" can be very petty), he will fight the game back using his knowledge in code design, which can range from creating codes to exploiting the AI. Although this means he cheats a lot, he does not cheat on online aspects of the games, nor even care about trophies. He thinks that games should be enjoyable, and if it does not, he makes it so.

His favorite game of all time is Final Fantasy Tactics. His favorite franchise is Shin Megami Tensei. Among this franchise, and the spin-offs, he likes Shin Megami Tensei III the most, followed by Persona 2 Duology. He does not quite like the development of newer Megami Ibunroku (Persona) series much.

His favorite animals are dragons, whales, elephants, and hippopotamuses (with a serious case of "dat face").