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    Skies of Arcadia Legends  
    Discoveries FAQ Version 2.1
    Written by James Williamson 
    E-Mail: dugan62us@yahoo.com
    
    
    Version History 
    
    Version 1 (2/12/2003)   Started writing this FAQ, and have found about 
    30 Discoveries.
    
    Version 1.4 (2/15/2003) A dozen more Discoveries added. 
    
    Version 1.6 (2/20/2003) Have about 60 Discoveries.
    
    Version 2 (2/22/2003)   Found the rest of the Discoveries.  Finished 
    the FAQ, and need to proofread for mistakes.  
    
    
    This FAQ is written expressly for those who need help finding the 88 
    Discoveries in Skies of Arcadia Legends for the Nintendo Gamecube.  
    This isn't a long or comprehensive guide, so don't expect a 
    walkthrough.  I will list the coordinates of each Discovery, 
    accompanied by a description of location.  Sadly, some of the 
    Discoveries can't be elaborated upon that much, due to the fact that 
    some of them are found automatically, and others require luck and 
    patience.  
    
    Each Discovery will be assigned a difficulty.  EASY means that the 
    Discovery is either automatic or extremely obvious.   MEDIUM means that 
    a Discovery is pretty well-hidden, but the game gives you a good tip on 
    where to find it.  HARD means that a Discovery is extremely well-
    hidden, and the in-games tips don't help that much.  VERY HARD is the 
    rare difficulty, and it designates a Discovery that is nearly 
    impossible to find.  These are the ones that require luck and patience, 
    as mentioned above.  I won't repeat the game's hints.  You can read 
    them at your own discretion.  Think of this guide as a supplement.
    
    Discoveries are needed to boost Vyse's Swashbuckler Rating.  To obtain 
    the LEGEND moniker, you will need to find all 88 Discoveries.  Also, 
    the Sailor's Guild will pay you for the Discoveries you find.  The 
    earlier you get them, the better.  Domingo, who eventually becomes a 
    member of your crew, is also an avid Discovery hunter, and he may find 
    one before you.  If this happens, the information won't mean that much 
    to the Guild.  
    
    Altitude is important.  I will tell you the sections of the sky that 
    each Discovery is found in.  Central Sky refers to the part of the sky 
    that you travel in for most of the game.  Upper Sky refers to what lies 
    above.  Lower Sky refers to what lies below.  Note that you need to 
    make considerable progress before you can get ships that are capable of 
    traveling above and beneath the clouds.  
    
    Finding Discoveries involves A LOT of random encounters.  This is a 
    great way to level up, but it can also be hazardous, especially when 
    you encounter tough creatures like Loopers or other nasty enemies that 
    may lurk in the areas surrounding the Discovery.  ALWAYS save your game 
    after each Discovery, because you never know what might happen.
    
    
    
    Discoveries 
    
    1). Pirate's Grave
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (1, 10)
    Location: After you get control of the Albatross at the beginning of 
    the game, head south and look for a small island.  You can get this on 
    your way to Pirate Isle.  (Central Sky)
    
    2). Guidestones
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (7, 5)
    Location: Found on a really small island northeast of Sailor's Island.  
    (Central Sky) 
    
    3). Sky Coral
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates (8, 8) 
    Location: After you get the Harpoon Cannon on the Little Jack, head 
    through the reef east of Shrine Island.  The Sky Coral is floating in 
    the air above a small green island, located near the corner of the 
    rift.  (Central Sky) 
    
    4). Silver Moon Pit 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (8, 8) 
    Location: After you get the Harpoon Cannon for the Little Jack, head 
    through the reef east of the Shrine Island.  The Silver Moon Pit is 
    found on the gray rock island just north of where you find the Sky 
    Coral.  Look on the east side of the island.  (Central Sky) 
    
    5). Topple Rocks 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (11, 7) 
    Location: Check the top of the mountains directly south of Maramba. 
    (Central Sky) 
    
    6). Wandering Lake 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (12, 7) 
    Location: East of Maramba, you should see the Lake just sitting there.  
    (Central Sky)
    
    7). Oasis
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (12, 8) 
    Location: The Oasis can be found by using one of two reference points.  
    You can head southeast from Maramba, and watch your compass as you fly 
    over the surface of the desert.  You can also go southwest from the 
    Sandfalls Discovery.   (Central Sky)
    
    8). Sandfalls
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (12, 7)
    Location: Go southeast from Maramba and ascend towards the cloud 
    ceiling.  You should see a large island.  The Sandfalls are found on 
    top of this island.  (Central Sky) 
    
    9). Temple of Pyrynn 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (13, 9) 
    Location: Head due east from Maramba.  This Discovery is more or less 
    automatic, since you have to explore the Temple to proceed through the 
    game.  (Central Sky)
    
    10). Beak Rock 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (5, 11)
    Location: Well, its name says it all.  It is extremely conspicuous.  
    Found in the southern part of South Ocean.  It is located near a rift 
    that is pointing towards the northwest.  Get this on your way to 
    Ixa'taka.  (Central Sky)
    
    11). Sky Anemone 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (8, 11) 
    Location: This creature is found on top of a rock near a rift in the 
    southeastern corner of South Ocean.  Though you can get this on your 
    way to Ixa'taka, you might want to wait until you reach the Lands of 
    Ice.  You can fly north from there and reach it easily.  (Central Sky)
    
    12). Ixa'taka
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: -- 
    Location: found automatically after you get through the turbulent tides 
    of South Ocean
    
    13). Garpa Fruits
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (3, 7) 
    Location: hanging underneath Horteka on the north side. (Central Sky)
    
    14.) The Great Bird 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (2, 7)
    Location: northwest of Horteka, on the ground near the edge of a 
    forest.  It may seem obvious, but it can be tricky.  You need to find 
    it in order to get to the lost city of Rixis.  (Central Sky)
    
    15.) The Golden Man 
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates: (2, 6)
    Location: west of the King's Hideout, on the mountain plateau.  You 
    have to find it in order to get to the lost city of Rixis.  (Central 
    Sky)
    
    16.) Gates of Rixis 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (1, 6)
    Location: You can't find the Gates until you have completed Moonstone 
    Mountain, and found The Great Bird and the Golden Man.  Once you have 
    met these prerequisites, position your ship over the Great Bird's beak, 
    and go straight.  There are several pillars in this area that can make 
    things difficult.  The Gates lie at the base of a mountain.  I think 
    the King has to tell you about the city before you can find it.  
    (Central Sky) 
    
    17.) Ixa'takan Palace 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (2, 6) 
    Location:  Head south from either The Golden Man or the King's Hideout, 
    and search the small forest.  This is one the same island as the King's 
    Hideout.  If you encountered the merchant ship in the skies over 
    Ixa'taka, then it can help you, because it frequently passes over the 
    Palace. (Central Sky)
    
    18.) Ixa'ness Village
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (2, 9)
    Location: The village is found on the edge of an island north of 
    Moonstone Mountain.  This island is also southwest of Horteka.  
    Tikatika will make reference to this Discovery when you talk to him in 
    Horteka.  You have to find it in order to make him join your crew. 
    (Central Sky)
    
    19). Mysterious Rings
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (3, 4)
    Location: This Discovery is on an invisible island, south of the Will 
    o' Wisps.  Just cruise around this area until your compass goes nuts.  
    It took me nearly two hours to find this.  You can get it after you the 
    Iron Gate blocking North Ocean has been lowered.  (Central Sky)
    
    20). Will o' Wisps 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (3, 4) 
    Location: On an island north of the Iron Gate, in North Ocean.  
    (Central Sky)
    
    21). Roc's Nest 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (2, 4) 
    Location: On an island that lies northwest of the Iron Gate.  You can 
    also head west from the Will o' Wisps.  (Central Sky) 
    
    22.) The Giant Throne
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (5, 4) 
    Location: On a gray, rocky island on the eastern side of the North 
    Ocean.  (Central Sky)
    
    23.) Lighthouse Ruins
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (6, 2)
    Location: As you enter Valua from North Ocean, you will see an island.  
    The Lighthouse Ruins are on the western side of this island.  (Central 
    Sky)
    
    
    24.) Ancient Palace 
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (9, 3)
    Location: go southwest from the city of Valua and search the base of 
    the mountains.  When you exit the trench that leads into the Valuan 
    continent, carefully navigate along the mountains to the right and 
    watch for the compass to start spinning.  (Central Sky)
    
    25). Skull Rock 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (12, 1) 
    Location: Directly west of Daccat's Island. Also northwest of Crescent 
    Isle. (Central Sky)
    
    26.) Stone City
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (8, 3) 
    Location: on the northern side of the Valuan continent.  Find the 
    boulder wall, and then head west.  This is one of the trickiest 
    Discoveries to explain, because you will literally run into it if you 
    explore thoroughly.  (Central Sky)
    
    27.) Ship Graveyard 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (10, 6)
    Location: in the North Dannel Straight.  (Central Sky)
    
    28.) Philosophy Stone
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (8, 2)
    Location: This thing is on a small island north of the Valuan 
    Continent, and northwest of the Stone City.  Whichever you think makes 
    a better reference point.  (Central Sky)
    
    29.) Balloon Flower
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (10, 2)
    Location: directly north of Skull Rock, near the cloud ceiling.  It is 
    on an invisible island.  (Central Sky)
    
    30.) The Lands of Ice
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: found automatically as you search for the Purple Crystal.  
    However, you can make this Discovery as you head to Ixa'taka, by 
    heading south from the Sky Anemone in South Ocean.  (Central Sky) 
    
    31.) Icebird
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (4, 12) 
    Location: in the northwestern part of the ice continent.  Look for a 
    large, open field and then a small mountain chain.  Near this mountain 
    chain should be a crevasse.  Head southwest from the crevasse, and fly 
    close to the ground.  Watch for your compass to spin, and you should 
    find the Icebird.  (Central Sky) 
    
    32.) The Frozen Giant
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (6, 12)
    Location: when you arrive at these coordinates, look for a mountain.  
    Once you find it, head north, and you will see a glacier.  The Frozen 
    Giant is embedded within this glacier.  You can also head south from 
    the Sky Anemone to find this Discovery.  (Central Sky) 
    
    33.) Aurora
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: you find this automatically.  It is impossible to miss and 
    you can see it from almost anywhere on the ice continent.  (Central 
    Sky)
    
    34.) Blimp Wreck
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (10, 11)
    Location: on a small island to the west of the Dark Rift entrance.  
    There are several islands here, but this one seems to be the closest. 
    (Central Sky)
    
    35.) Giant Squid Nest 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (11, 12)
    Location: Head north from Crescent Island until you cross over into the 
    southern part of the map.  Along the way, you will find the Squid's 
    Nest, which lies above a crater in the middle of a large island.
    (Central Sky)
    
    36.) Black Moon Stone
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: in the Dark Rift.  
    
    37.) Yafutoma 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: found automatically once you get through the Dark Rift
    (Central Sky)
    
    38.) Uguisu's Nest 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (12, 9)
    Location: On your way to Yafutoma, check the island to the northwest of 
    the Dark Rift exit.  (Central Sky)
    
    39.) Guardian Walls
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: extremely obvious, considering that you have to go by them in 
    order to reach Yafutoma.  (Central Sky)
    
    40). Wanderbirds
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (12, 4)
    Location: go north of Mt. Kazai, and ascend to the cloud ceiling.  Wait 
    here and the birds will eventually appear.  I waited 30 minutes before 
    they arrived.  Sometimes, though rarely, you can find them right above 
    Yafutoma.  (Central Sky)
    
    41.) Dheerse 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (14, 5)
    Location: on the eastern side of Yafutoma. (Central Sky) 
    
    42.) Grieving Prince
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (2, 9)
    Location: on an island southeast of Yafutoma.  It is in between the 
    stone reef and the impenetrable rift.  (Central Sky)
    
    43.) Spice Island 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (12, 7)
    Location: head directly north of the Uguisu's Nest, and pass through 
    the sky rift.  It is invisible.  (Central Sky) 
    
    44.) Mystic Orchard
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (1, 11)
    Location: Another invisible island.  Go to where the stone reef and the 
    impenetrable rift meet, and then head west.  Pay attention to your 
    compass.  You can also find it by heading directly northeast from 
    Yafutoma.  (Central Sky) 
    
    45.) Inverse Isle 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (13, 10) 
    Location: Yet another invisible island.  This one is in the southwest 
    corner of the map.  Head north from Yafutoma until you cross over.  It 
    is near a black island that is roughly the size of your ship.  (Central 
    Sky)
    
    46.) The World Is Round 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: found automatically when you return to Crescent Isle from 
    Yafutoma.  (Central Sky)
    
    47.) Ruins of Rolana 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (13, 7)
    Location: east of Nasrad, in a very tight place between some mountains 
    and the dark rift.  Find the dark rift to the east of Nasrad, and 
    follow it to the south.  (Central Sky)
    
    48.) Southern Cross
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (4, 11)
    Location: go north from the Ice Ruins, and drop below the clouds.  
    (Lower Sky) 
    
    49.) Rainbow Island 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (11, 5) 
    Location: near Crescent Island, there is a rainbow that extends above 
    the clouds.  At the end of the rainbow is Rainbow Island.  (Upper Sky)
    
    50). Moonstone Lake
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (5, 9)
    Location: Go to Pirate Island, and rise above the clouds.  Then head 
    west to find the lake.  (Upper Sky) 
    
    51.) Iron Star 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (11, 5) 
    Location: above the clouds, near Nasrad.  It is also really close to 
    Rainbow Island. (Upper Sky)
    
    52.) Alupas 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (2, 7) 
    Location: above the clouds over Ixa'taka, on an island northwest of 
    Horteka.  The Alupas is found near a waterfall on this island.  (Upper 
    Sky) 
    
    53.) Observatory 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (2, 7) 
    Location: rise above the clouds near Rixis.  The Observatory is on an 
    easily noticeable plateau.  (Upper Sky)
    
    54.) Dancing Lights
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates: (9, 5)
    Location: drop below the clouds near Crescent Island and head west.  
    The Dancing Lights are underneath the Valuan continent.  (Lower Sky) 
    
    55.) Mother Tree
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (14, 2) 
    Location: rise above the clouds near Tenkou Island, and head south.  
    You'll run right into the Mother Tree.  It is on an invisible island, 
    so watch your compass.  (Upper Sky)
    
    56.) The Ghost Ship 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: rise above the clouds near Esperanza, and keep ascending 
    until you can't go any higher.  Now, just fly around and you should 
    eventually encounter the Ghost Ship, which travels in a counter-
    clockwise pattern near the Dark Rift and the surrounding sky rifts.  
    Usually, it will pass over Esperanza frequently.  (Upper Sky)
    
    57.) Flutterflies
    Difficulty: Very Hard
    Coordinates: (4, 7) to (9, 7)
    Location: these speedy little creatures follow a migratory path that 
    extends from Ixa'taka all the way to Maramba. Rise above the cloud near 
    either area, and then stay at a low altitude.  You'll run into them 
    eventually.  Your chances might improve if you wait for them above the 
    North Dannel Straight or Horteka.  (Upper Sky) 
    
    58.) Eclipse Point
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (3, 2)
    Location: rise above the clouds and maintain a low altitude.  Head 
    north from the Loopers' Nest until the screen goes dark.   (Upper Sky) 
    
    59.) Loopers' Nest 
    Difficulty: Medium 
    Coordinates: (3, 4) 
    Location: This is located on the northern tip of a long, rocky island 
    west of Yafutoma, through the stone reef.  It is between Yafutoma and 
    North Ocean.  (Central Sky)
    
    60.) Flying Machine
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates: (6, 8) 
    Location: drop below the clouds near Pirate Isle and look for an island 
    to the northwest.  (Lower Sky)
    
    61.) Valuan Wreckage 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (9, 6)
    Location: On an island below the clouds near the North Dannel Straight.  
    (Lower Sky)
    
    62.) Rabbats 
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates: (9, 4) 
    Location: directly north of the Dancing Islands, underneath the Valuan 
    Continent.  (Lower sky)
    
    63.) Bottomless Pit 
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (5, 7)
    Location: pretty hard to locate.  Drop below the clouds near Shrine 
    Island, and head to the southwest.  Watch your compass.  (Lower sky)
    
    64.) Ancient Fish
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (10, 12)
    Location: drop below the clouds neat the Giant Squid's Nest.  You will 
    probably have to wait a few moments for the Fish to appear.  If it 
    doesn't, you might have to swim to the west a little.  (Lower Sky)
    
    65.) Star Sand
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (11, 8) 
    Location: from Maramba, head south, and search around the edge of the 
    desert.  The Star Sand is pretty close to where the land extends into 
    South Ocean (Central Sky) 
    
    66.) Maroon Isle 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (10, 9) 
    Location: between the Star Sand and the South Ocean.  (Central Sky)
    
    67.) Comma Rock 
    Difficulty: Medium 
    Coordinates: (7, 11) to (5, 11)
    Location: This thing floats around near the Ixa'takan exit to South 
    Ocean.  (Central Sky)
    
    68.) Turtula Pole 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (1, 8)
    Location: another Discovery that can be hard to find.  It is directly 
    west of Horteka, in a forest that sits between two cliffs.  Look around 
    the southern part of the island.  (Central Sky)
    
    69.) Wings of Gold 
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: Some people have said that this Discovery gave them some 
    trouble, but I have found it TWICE rather easily.  Take your ship as 
    close as you can to the cloud ceiling near the Gates of Rixis.  The 
    Wings should fly by very shortly.  I suggest you try to find them 
    before the Iron Gate opens, or else they might fly out in North Ocean, 
    which makes them harder to locate.  (Central Sky) 
    
    70.) Giant's Hammer
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (3, 4)
    Location: North Ocean, on the western side, on an island near the 
    impassable rift (Central Sky)
    
    71.) Tricyclone 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: Very tricky.  It moves erratically near the southern end of 
    the North Ocean, not far from the Iron Gate.  Sometimes, it ends up by 
    the island where the Will o' Wisps are.  (Central Sky)
    
    72.) Map of Ages
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: --
    Location: it moves in a circular pattern around the city of Nasrad.  
    (Central Sky)
    
    73). Balloon Seed 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: position yourself near the cloud ceiling between Crescent 
    Isle and the Balloon Flower.  The seed will appear somewhere in this 
    area.  It moves at varying altitudes, so you may have to readjust your 
    ship in order to catch up to it.  (Central Sky)
    
    74). Ice Lens 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (5, 12)
    Location: the Ice Lens sits on top of a mountain in the Lands of Ice.  
    That is about all I can tell you, because there really isn't a good 
    reference point.  Just fly over every mountain on the ice continent 
    until your compass starts spinning.  You will have to be pretty close 
    to the cloud ceiling.  (Central Sky) 
    
    75.) Paper Airship 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: This is kind of like the Ghost Ship, only it flies over the 
    ice continent.  It follows a pretty wide path, but you should be able 
    to run into it by positioning yourself near the cloud ceiling over the 
    Ice Ruins.  Sometimes, you may have search a little to the north. 
    (Central Sky)
    
    76.) Mirage Island 
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates: (7, 4)
    Location: pretty obvious.  It is found directly west of the Valuan 
    Grand Fortress, and slightly northwest of Sailor's Isle.  It floats up 
    and down, but doesn't have a very wide range.  (Central Sky)
    
    77.) Ryuguu Turtle 
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: --
    Location: I hate this thing.  It is found to the north of Yafutoma, 
    sometimes past Tenkou Island, sometimes near the Mother Tree, and 
    sometimes, it almost looks like it is crossing into the southern 
    portion of the map.  You can usually find it if you just fly north of 
    Yafutoma with your ship hovering just below the cloud ceiling.  
    However, on occasion, you may to break through the cloud ceiling in 
    order to find it.  (Central/Upper Sky)
    
    78.) Sky Ladder
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (9, 3) 
    Location: rise above the clouds over the Valuan capital, and look for a 
    nearby mountain peak.  Pretty easy to locate.  (Upper Sky)
    
    79.) Ryuguu Island
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (14, 2) 
    Location: Go to Tenkou Island, rise above the clouds, and head to the 
    southeast.  You should find it without much hassle.
    
    80). Tomb of Ice
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: (6, 12)
    Location: this thing is on top of a mountain in the eastern (or maybe 
    southeastern) part of the ice continent.  It is easier to find than the 
    Ice Lens in my opinion.  (Upper Sky) 
    81.) Stone Lovers
    Difficulty: Easy
    Coordinates: (13, 5) 
    Location: go to the Uguisu's Nest and drop below the clouds. Head 
    toward Yafutoma, and you should find the little island with the Stone 
    Lovers.  (Lower Sky)
    
    82.) Deep Iron Star
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: Again, I am not sure of this thing's complete path.  It 
    travels the below the clouds south of Yafutoma, and can usually be seen 
    as you near the edge of the Guardian Walls, and becomes even clearer as 
    you near the Dark Rift.  Catching it can be a problem, though.  (Lower 
    Sky)
    
    83). Sky Train 
    Difficulty: Hard
    Coordinates: (2, 6) to (13, 6), (14, 7) to (14, 9)  
    Location: The Sky Train travels over Rixis, Maramba, and the Ice Ruins.  
    Like with the Flutterflies, it's a matter of waiting, or the luck of 
    anticipating its path.  (Upper Sky)
    
    84.) Flying Flail
    Difficulty: Medium 
    Coordinates: --
    Location:  Another flying object with a huge path of travel.  It 
    commutes between Gordo's Bistro and Mt. Kazai.  Well, actually, it is 
    north of the Bistro.  Just wait above the clouds to the west of Mt. 
    Kazai, and you should spot it easily.  (Upper Sky) 
    
    85.) Rolling Stone
    Difficulty: Very Hard
    Coordinates: --
    Location: this and the Flutterflies are tied for most annoying 
    Discovery.  It took me forever to find this thing.  It circles the Dark 
    Rift in a clockwise pattern, but it is difficult to spot.  Hang around 
    the Dark Rift near Yafutoma and you should encounter it at some point.  
    (Lower Sky) 
    
    86.) Deep Snow 
    Difficulty: Easy 
    Coordinates: (3, 11)
    Location: drop below the clouds under the ice continent and continue to 
    descend as far as possible.  When you touch the bottom, head north and 
    you should find the Deep Snow.  (Lower Sky)
    
    87.) Long Line
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: This thing is pretty easy to find.  Stay near the cloud 
    ceiling and go north from the Loopers' Nest.  The Long Line extends 
    over the Dark Rift and into the ice continent.  It is fairly 
    conspicuous.  (Central/Upper Sky)
    
    88.) Moon Hamachou 
    Difficulty: Medium
    Coordinates: --
    Location: you get this automatically when you bring all 24 Moonfish to 
    Maria's bird on Doc's ship (Central Sky)
    
    
    
    
    Credits & Thanks
    
    I would like to thank John Mitchell (or Ruse), whose FAQ helped sort 
    out some confusion about coordinates and a few Discovery locations.  
    
    I would also like to thank my friend Adam Westburg, who assisted in 
    finding several of the Discoveries, and in helping to prepare this FAQ.  
    
    And, I would also like to thank the folks at Sega for making this 
    incredible game, and for adding new stuff for those of us who played 
    the Dreamcast version.   
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
     
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    

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