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                                           /   /       T H E   L O S T   A G E
        Spoiler-free FAQ & Walkthrough    /   /  
        -by- Shotgunnova (P. Summers)    /   /   Email: shotgunnova [a+] gmail.c0m
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        I. CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CNTR
       II. TH' BASICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . THBS
    
           Story .......................................................... STRY
           Elemental Relationship ......................................... ELMT
           Status Effects ................................................. STTS
           Stat Overview .................................................. STTO
           Send Option .................................................... SNDO
           Djinn Usage .................................................... DJNU
           Summons ........................................................ SMMN
           Tips N' Tricks ................................................. TPST
    
      III. WALKTHROUGH  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WLKT
    
           00) Prologue [To Idejima] ...................................... WK00
           01) Daila ...................................................... WK01
           02) Kandorean Temple ........................................... WK02
           03) Shrine of the Sea God ...................................... WK03
           04) Dehkan Plateau ............................................. WK04
           05) Indra Cavern ................................ [OPTIONAL] ... WK05
           06) Madra ...................................................... WK06
           07) Madra Catacombs ............................................ WK07
           08) Osenia Cliffs .............................................. WK08
           09) Yampi Desert ............................................... WK09
           10) Alhafra / Alhafra Cave ..................................... WK10
           11) Mikisalla ................................... [OPTIONAL} ... WK11
           12) Osenia Cavern ............................... [OPTIONAL] ... WK12
           13) Garoh ...................................................... WK13
           14) Air's Rock ................................................. WK14
           15) Gondowan Cliffs ............................................ WK15
           16) Naribwe ..................................... [OPTIONAL] ... WK16
           17) Kibombo Mountains .......................................... WK17
           18) Kibombo .................................................... WK18
           19) Gabomba Statue ............................................. WK19
           20) Backtracking with Piers .................................... WK20
           21) The Eastern Sea ............................. [OPTIONAL] ... WK21
           22) Gobamba Catacombs ........................... [OPTIONAL] ... WK22
           23) Taopa Swamp ................................. [OPTIONAL] ... WK23
           24) Shrine of the Sea God [II] ................................. WK24
           25) Aqua Rock .................................................. WK25
           26) Gaia Rock .................................................. WK26
           27) Izumo Ruins ................................. [OPTIONAL] ... WK27
           28) Islet Trading Sidequest ..................... [OPTIONAL] ... WK28
           29) Tundaria Tower ............................................. WK29
           30) Alhafra [II] ............................................... WK30
           31) Ankohl Ruins ............................................... WK31
           32) Champa ..................................................... WK32
           33) Sea of Time ................................................ WK33
           34) Lemuria .................................................... WK34
           35) The Western Sea ............................. [OPTIONAL] ... WK35
           36) Shaman Village / Trial Road ................................ WK36
           37) Jupiter Lighthouse ......................................... WK37
           38) 2-Party Backtracking ........................ [OPTIONAL] ... WK38
           39) Magma Rock ................................................. WK39
           40) Loho ....................................................... WK40
           41) Prox ....................................................... WK41
           42) Mars Lighthouse ............................................ WK42
           43) Treasure Isle ............................... [OPTIONAL] ... WK43
           44) Yampi Desert Cave ........................... [OPTIONAL] ... WK44
           45) Islet Cave .................................. [OPTIONAL] ... WK45
           46) Anemos Sanctum .............................. [OPTIONAL] ... WK46
    
       IV. APPENDICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . APPN
    
           Shop List ...................................................... SHPL
           Equipment List ................................................. EQPT
           Djinn List ..................................................... DJNN
           Psynergy List .................................................. PYNR
           Class Overview ................................................. CLSS
           Forging ........................................................ FRGN
           Minigames ...................................................... MNGM
    
        V. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FAQZ
       VI. UPDATES & CONTRIBUTIONS  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UPDT
      VII. LEGALITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LGLT
    
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    I. CONTROLS                                                              [CNTR]
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     Naturally, being a GBA game, there is no option to change the controls. For a
     great tip, harness the psynergy shortcuts as they'll make field use much, much
     easier.
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     | D-Pad     | Controls character movement                                   |
     | Start     | Un/pause game                                                 |
     | Select    | Displays field commands                                       |
     | A-Button  | 'Examine/Confirm' button                                      |
     | B-Button  | Run (hold down) / Make dialogue appear faster                 |
     | L-Button  | Use psynergy shortcut / Zoom-out when on map                  |
     | R-Button  | Use psynergy shortcut / Display world map (when on map)       |
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     If you find yourself in an impossible situation, holding L + R + Start before
     loading a "Continue" save will transport everyone back to the sanctum of the
     latest-visited town. One example of where this helps is in SW Atteka Islet,
     where if one gets the Dragon Skin and saves, it's impossible to go the same
     way back! [NOTE: Warping back may cause loss in items obtained up to then,
     etc.]
    
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    II. TH' BASICS                                                           [THBS]
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    STORY                  [STRY]
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     (In-game intro -- a bit choppy but sufficient
    
     Ages ago, or so the stories tell, the power of Alchemy ruled over the world
     of Weyard. Alchemy wrought the base elements of humanity into thriving
     civilizations, like lead into gold. But in time, man's dreams gave birth to
     untold strife. Dreams of endless riches, of eternal life, of dominion over
     all that lived... Dreams of conquest and war. These dreams would have torn
     the world apart if not from a few brave and wise men, who sealed away the
     power of Alchemy deep in Mt. Aleph's Sol Sanctum.
    
     -PROLOGUE FROM BOOK ONE-
    
     The town of Vale guarded the secret for many years, until Isaac and Jenna,
     whose parents died in a storm 3 years before, disturbed the sanctum. Saturos
     and Menardi, of the Mars Clan, followed them into the sanctum. With them 
     traveled Jenna's brother, Felix, thought lost in that same tragic storm.
     Saturos and Menardi stole the Elemental Stars, the keys to breaking the seal
     on the power of Alchemy, and kidnapped Jenna and the scholar Kraden. If these
     four jewels were used to fire the elemental lighthouses, the seal on Alchemy
     would be broken.
    
     Isaac and Garet set out to stop Saturos, rescue their friends, and return the
     Elemental Stars to their home in Sol Sanctum. They banded together with a
     young Wind Adept named Ivan and pursued Saturos and Menardi to Imil, a
     winter-locked town near Mercury Lighthouse. There, they met the guardian of
     the lighthouse, a Water Adept named Mia. With her, they pursued Saturos to
     the aerie high atop Mercury Lighthouse. Isaac was too late to stop Saturos
     from lighting the beacon and escaping. Again Isaac chased him, crossing Angara
     to the shores of the Karagol Sea.
    
     Taking passage on a troubled ship, Isaac crossed the Karagol to Tolbi. He
     spoke with Tolbi's leader, a strange man named Babi. Babi entered Isaac in
     Colosso as a test of his powers. Isaac's Psynergy won Colosso and earned him
     Babi's trust. Babi revealed a great secret to Isaac... Thanks to a mystic
     draught from the lost land of Lemuria, Babi had lived for 150 years! He
     offered to help Isaac, who then headed deep into Gondowan.
    
     In the town of Lalivero, Isaac learned that Saturos and Menardi had kidnapped
     a young girl named Sheba, whom they needed within the lighthouse. Isaac fought
     and defeated them atop the lighthouse, but he was too late -- the beacon had
     been lit. A great cataclysm followed. Sheba fell into the sea. Felix jumped
     in to save her, but both were lost in the roiling waves. Jenna left the
     lighthouse to find them, but to no avail... Isaac went to Lalivero, where Babi
     asked him to find Lemuria and the remaining lighthouses. He gave Isaac a
     Lemurian ship to make the journey for the lost land.
    
     This chapter of our story begins with Jenna, just before the beacon on Venus
     Lighthouse is lit...
    
    ELEMENTAL RELATIONSHIP [ELMT]
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     Like 99.9% of RPGs, Golden Sun's abilities & characters are elemental-based,
     so they have inheret strengths and weaknesses. Fire/Water and Earth/Wind are
     paired together, each one good against the other while neutral to any not
     aligned with it. For instance, Fire is super-effective against water-type
     enemies but does normal damage to Earth/Wind. Djinn and equipment will help
     mold players' resistances, so always check to see the fine print on their
     effects (for equipment, the 'Detail' option).
    
    STATUS EFFECTS         [STTS]
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     Golden Sun introduces a couple seldom-seen effects here: Curse and Haunt.
     The former is caused by equipment that, once on, can't be removed unless a
     village healer is paid to; the latter is caused by Haunt-type enemy spells
     and also requires a healer's aid. The rest of the statuses are normal fare.
     Most self-alleviate after 'x' amount of time in-battle or by ending battle,
     although some (Curse, Downed, Haunt, Poison, Venom) require special action.
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     | Curse          | Caused by equipment; may paralyze character during round |
     | Deluded        | Causes decreased physical accuracy                       |
     | Downed         | User is defeated (0 HP) and can't participate in battle  |
     | Haunted        | Caused by spell; user takes damage at end of each turn   |
     | Paralyzed      | Paralyzed and can't take action or evade                 |
     | Poison         | After taking an action, user's HP decreases a minor bit  |
     | Predict Downed | User is cursed by enemy spell, and dies after 7 turns    |
     | Seal           | Can't use psynergy                                       |
     | Sleep          | User cannot take action for a random number of turns     |
     | Venom          | After taking an action, user's HP decreases a crapload!  |
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    STAT OVERVIEW          [STTO]
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     Like any good RPG, Golden Sun has some stats to learn. These can be viewed
     in their non-abbreviated form by checking the Status menu.
    
     HP  - Health Points. When they reach 0, the user can't participate in battle
     PP  - Psynergy Points. When they reach 0, the user can't use psynergy
     LV  - Person's level. Determines stats and class psynergy.
     EXP - Experience level. As it goes up, the person gains a level
     ATK - Attack. Determines strength of weapon strikes and some psynergies.
     DEF - Defense. The higher it is, the lower enemy physical attacks do.
     AGL - Agility. As it grows, unit acts quicker and evades phys attacks more
     LCK - Luck! Influences enemy drops and critical hits, mainly.
    
    SEND OPTION            [SNDO]
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     The Send option is a method of carrying data from the first Golden Sun to
     its sequel, this game. This option is available by default, unlike its
     predecessor where one had to beat the game first and do a button sequence.
    
     Now, there are two options for transferring data: password or link cables.
     The former is annoying to type in but an option anyone can do, since it
     doesn't require extra accessories; the latter requires link cables (sold
     seperately) to instantly transfer data.
    
     The password option has three levels (in descending order of usefulness):
     gold, silver, bronze. Gold saves will transfer more things than Bronze, but
     will be longer passwords, expectedly. So what transfers over on each tier?
    
     - Gold ---> Levels, Djinn, Stats, Items, Coins
     - Silver -> Levels, Djinn, Stats
     - Bronze -> Levels, Djinn
    
     The essentials will always be carried over, but for people who want "perfect
     saves" for The Lost Age, they'll want to carry over their inventories. After
     all, some items in Golden Sun CANNOT be found in the 2nd game!
    
     NOTE: Passwords are case sensitive, so if even one letter is screwed up, the
     entire thing is screwed up! For gold passwords with 6 pages of stuff to write
     down, this can be very annoying, so be meticulous!
    
    DJINN USAGE            [DJNU]
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     Djinn not only determine which class a person is (and by that extension, the
     current psynergy), but also a character's stat boosts and general power level!
     They can also be used in-battle to aid the allies. There are three modes to
     djinn:
    
     #1) SET     : A set djinn is simply on the person, ready to be used. In this
         stage, it can either (1) be manually put on standby, if in the djinn
         menu (2) used in-battle and then automatically put on standby. Set Djinn
         will give stat boosts as long as they're not in recovery or standby mode.
    
     #2) STANDBY : These djinn have been used, or manually put in this mode, and
         can be readily summoned in battle. Standby djinn do not give stat boosts
         until they're put back in Set mode!
    
     #3) RECOVERY: After being used as a summon in-battle, each djinn has a 1-turn
         downtime _per each. This means a 4-djinn summon will take four turns 'til
         all can be used again. The stat boosts, abilities, and classes lost when
         a djinn is used will be automatically be regained. If you finish battle
         while a djinn's recovering, simply walking around will suffice as their
         "turns" -- a little chime plays as each becomes set again. [Djinn in this
         state don't naturally recover on a KO'd ally until the ally is revived!]
    
     So the flow is Set -> Standby -> Recovery -> Set again. Each element has four
     summons, using 1-4 djinn, and increasing damage. As more djinn are found, the
     better summons can be used. Manually putting a djinn in standby lets a player
     pop off a summon at the start of battle!
    
    SUMMONS                [SMMN]
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     Summons are special attacks performed by and dependant on the number of
     standby djinn. All of the default damage-dealers have no special effect but
     the special ones (learned from tablets) do. Most're easily comprehendible,
     but two have special effects. Daedalus, after being initially summoned, will
     attack a second time 1-turn after, doing more damage than its first missile
     strike. Iris not only damages the enemies but it will heal/revive all allies
     (8) to full health!
    
     Some summons' requirements make them a little unwieldy but it's important to
     know that they are NOT required to beat any mandatory bosses. Optional ones,
     however, typically do need a little help to overcome their outrageous HP
     values. 
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     | SUMMON      | Er Fr Wi Wa | EFFECT                      | LOCATION        |
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     | Venus       |  1 -- -- -- | Earth DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Ramses      |  2 -- -- -- | Earth DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Cybele      |  3 -- -- -- | Earth DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Haurus      |  3  3 -- -- | Earth DMG + %Deadly Poison  | --------------- |
     | Judgment    |  4 -- -- -- | Earth DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Charon      |  8 --  2 -- | Instantly Kill all Foes     | Anemos Inner S. |
     | Mars        | --  1 -- -- | Fire DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Zagan       |  1  1 -- -- | Fire DMG + %DEF Down        | Indra Cavern    |
     | Megaera     | --  1  1 -- | Fire DMG + Party ATK Up     | Osenia Cave     |
     | Kirin       | --  2 -- -- | Fire DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Ulysses     | --  2 --  2 | Fire DMG + %1-Turn Parylz   | Izumo Ruins     |
     | Tiamat      | --  3 -- -- | Fire DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Meteor      | --  4 -- -- | Fire DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Daedalus    |  3  4 -- -- | Fire DMG (Again 1 turn aft) | Yampi Desert C. |
     | Iris        | --  9 --  4 | Fire DMG + Heal/Rviv Allies | Anemos Inner S. |
     | Jupiter     | -- --  1 -- | Wind DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Atalanta    | -- --  2 -- | Wind DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Flora       |  1 --  2 -- | Wind DMG + %Sleep           | Air's Rock      |
     | Procne      | -- --  3 -- | Wind DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Eclipse     | -- --  3  2 | Wind DMG + %ATK Down        | Lemurian Spring |
     | Thor        | -- --  4 -- | Wind DMG                    | --------------- |
     | Catastrophe | --  3  5 -- | Wind DMG + Lower foes' PP   | Islet Cave      |
     | Mercury     | -- -- --  1 | Water DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Nereid      | -- -- --  2 | Water DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Moloch      | -- --  1  2 | Water DMG + %AGL Down       | Madra Catacombs |
     | Neptune     | -- -- --  3 | Water DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Coatlicue   | -- --  3  3 | Heal; Regen HP few trns aft | Atteka Cavern   |
     | Boreas      | -- -- --  4 | Water DMG                   | --------------- |
     | Azul        |  3 -- --  4 | Water DMG + %Paralysis      | Treasure Isle   |
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    TIPS N' TRICKS         [TPST]
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     Here's the depository for game tips! Like most of my latter-day guides, if
     a reader has a doozie to put here, drop me a line and I'll put it here (as
     long as it's up to snuff).
    
     • ENEMY DROPS: they're often hard to get. Some of the rare equipment pieces
       found toward the endgame have such low chances of dropping, a person could
       pass them by completely! However, there is a way to even the score a bit
       and that's by defeating enemy with psynergy/djinn that plays off their
       elemental weakness. If done right, an enemy will blink polychromatically
       before they disappear from the field -- this is the telltale sign they
       were killed by their elemental weakness. Now, this doesn't boost the drop
       rate of items up to 100% but it'll help you find rare items like the
       Tisiphone Edge a lot easier.
    
     • RNG: a.k.a the Random Number Generator. This governs random events in the
       game, such as monster encounters, drop rates, enemy formations, and so
       forth. If you know how to use it in your favor, you can save lots of time
       in getting enemy drops! Check out this FAQ for more information on the
       subject: www.gamefaqs.com/portable/gbadvance/file/561356/25734
    
     • INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: it's crucial! Everyone can hold fifteen (15) items,
       so that makes sixty maximum. Consumable items are combined into one group,
       but equipment won't be. In long dungeons, where a bunch of items are
       obtained at once, it pays to have an inventory reasonably clear of clutter.
       One good way to do this is to use all stat-boosting items and dump any junk
       like herbs, antidotes, elixirs (since psynergy can take care of those).
       NOTE: If you have an artifact you need to get rid of but aren't near any
       shops, drop it as a last-ditch effort. It _WILL_ magically appear in shops
       thereafter for some reason. I only found this out by accident, m'self...
    
     • SHORTCUTS! Not battle-wise, but psynergy-wise. Since it's such a large part
       of field work, use the L- and R-buttons as shorcuts to pick some of the
       more common psynergies. To make a shortcut, go into the psynergy list and
       press L/R Shoulder, then pick which spell to match with it. It helps a
       crapload.      
    
     • Later in the game, bosses can be rather annoying as they get more than one
       turn and can use 'Break' to remove positive stat boosts from the allies.
       But, Break-baiting can be very useful for making the boss waste one of its
       attack turns with the titular skill. It can really lighten the load when
       bosses get x3-4 strikes, especially on some of the optional bosses, and the
       team might be able to benefit from the boosts if their AGL is higher than
       the targets (alternatively, lower boss' AGL).
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    00) Prologue [To Idejima]                                                [WK00]
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     Before the actual game starts, the events at the end of the first Golden Sun
     are shown through the eyes of the then-NPCs, Jenna and Kraden -- the latter
     isn't a fighter, though. After being prevented from going back up Venus
     Lighthouse, continue the descent and look for an [Herb] chest accessible
     from the basement. The lighthouse exit is to the south, and there'll be a lot
     of dialogue once out in the fresh air.
    
     Immediately following, the objective is to exit to the west into Suhalla
     Gate and take the canyon tunnel to Idejima, a small peninsula where Alex's
     ship is docked. Along the way there will be a few fights with Ruffians, weak
     enemies who can be OHKO'd with Jenna's Fume psynergy. If she needs to heal,
     use an Herb.
    
     Following more scenes, the game's early team will form: Felix, Jenna, Sheba.
     Well, y'have to revive 'em back to consciousness first. Default equipment
     (all Lv5):
    
     Felix               Jenna               Sheba
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      • Short Sword       • Wooden Stick      • Wooden Stick
      • Cotton Shirt      • One-Piece Dress   • Travel Vest
      • Padded Gloves     • Padded Gloves     • Leather Armlet
      • Herb [x2]         • Herb [x7]         • Circlet
      • Shaman's Rod                          • Herb
      • Mythril Bag
    
     First stop is heading south of Idejima's new location.
    
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    01) Daila                                                                [WK01]
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      To
    Idejima     _____ __
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      |―| _____|_   _|_          \   stop, and recently recovering from a huge
      | (/              \  |―――|  )  tidal wave. There's nothing to actually do
      (       |―――|  ___ \ |_3_| /   here, although we'll return here later on to
       )  ___ |_ _| | 2 |_)_    /    claim the Sea God's Tear, a special item not
       | |   |      |_ _|  ____/     yet accessible.
       | |_ _|               \
       |                      )      For those uninitiated with RPGs in general or
       |  |―――|  |―――|       /       Golden Sun games, item-finding in towns is
       |  |_ _|  |_ _| /―\__/        basically searching every barrel, vase, oven,
       | 1|       ____/              and pot, in or outside houses. This type of
        ―― ――――|_|-Exit              searching is no doubt tedious -- later on,
                                     there will be a psynergy (Reveal) that tips
       |――――|――――――――――――――――|       the player off to item locations.
       | 01 | Smoke Bomb     |
       | 02 | 3 Coins        |       Feel free to upgrade equipment a smidge here,
       | 03 | 12 Coins       |       if y'like -- it'll be the only town to visit
       | 04 | Herb           |       for awhile. After exiting south of town, the
       | 05 | Sea God's Tear |       game's 1st djinni (Echo), a critter who gives
       |____|________________|       characters elemental power, joins the team.
                                     These suckers can change characters' classes
     and give them additional psynergy (depending on what level the user is), and
     can even be used in battle, separately or as high-powered summons. Awesome?
     I would say that.
    
     For the next stop, the team will have to visit Kandorean Temple in the south.
     It's readily visible but Felix's squad will have to loop around from the
     southwest (i.e. counterclockwise) to reach the joint.
    
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    02) Kandorean Temple                                                    [WK02]
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     ENEMIES: Punch Ant, Giant Bat, Wild Wolf, Angle Worm
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      ) )____ ____       | | | | |_   _|_| _ ________|I|____      |L|        |L|
     / / _   |1 | \      | | | |     |    |F|  ___________  |_    | |-Boss  _| |
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        |____    ―――)    | |_| |          | |______|__H 2_| | |   | |      | |____
       _|      M――――|    |_____|    N     |___   _____| | |_| |  _| |____  | | 3  |
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      | |         B | |  _       W -+- E  | |     | | | | |_  |     |K   | |______|
      | |____   ____| | |A|   _     |     | | |―| | | |_|_   _|_     ――――
      |____  |_|  ____| | |  |B|    S     |_|_|  _| | |E|_| |_|4|  
           |ENTER|      | |__| |            |  _|_   _____|___  |
            ―|_|―       |______|            |_______|   |J      |
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     |――――|―――――――――――――――――|  The temple entrance is sealed, so the team has no
     | 01 | Game Ticket     |  way in...or do they? Check the left side of the
     | 02 | Mysterious Card |  outer wall to find a vine-covered entrance which
     | 03 | Lash Pebble     |  can be cleared via Sheba's Whirlwind psynergy. 
     | 04 | Djinni: Fog     |  Commit this tactic to memory 'cause it'll be used
     |____|_________________|  and abused throughout the game! From the passage
                               beyond, the team can climb up through the dry well
     and infiltrate the interior with no other problems. Witness the scene just
     inside the interior and enter the dungeon through the double doors.
    
     The nearest chest contains a [Game Ticket], although Felix's squad will have
     to pry it from the cold, dead hands of a mimic first. This will be a common
     situation throughout the game, for reference. When done, take the zig-zagging
     west path to the exit ("E"). In the B1 area, navigate the flat-topped pillars
     and climb up the other side of the cliff, which gives access to jump on top
     of said pillars -- the exit's north. Follow the path to another exit ("F"),
     which leads to the B2 floor.
    
     This cavern contains a fast-moving river. Walk downstream and look for an
     entry point to run upstream in the south, which can get to the eastern side.
     When running against the stream, use rocks or dry land to take a breather if
     y'need it. The dead-end room the cavern opens into has two waterspouts with
     lids on 'em and one movable trunk. By pushing the trunks on one of the
     spouts, it makes the remaining one go twice as high, opening into the B1
     floor again. Ride the rightmost spout up to a [Mysterious Card] chest, then
     take the other ("G") up to a ledge.
    
     Follow across the tightrope and look for a single trunk on the cliff edge.
     "Move" it east and jump 'cross to stop the steam vent, which allows access
     over the other tightrope (if you fall in, take the "I" stairway back up).
     Use the cliff to get past a rocky impedement, leading into the first B1
     screen with the flat-topped pillars, although it's the eastern side this
     time. Ignore the mercury djinni for now -- we'll be back for it in a second.
     
     Take the next two stairs up to F2 -- Felix and company should find a boiling
     pot. Now, if this were a kung fu movie, someone would grab the outrageously
     hot metal and push it aside but we have "Move" psynergy to do that for us.
     Heal up and 
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     | BOSS: Chestbeater [x3] |
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     | HP:  155 | Weak: Fi | EXP:  120 | $$:  84 | DROPS: Nut |
     |__________|__________|___________|_________|____________|
    
       • Claw Attack (single: dmg)
       • Beat Dance (single: dmg)
       • Uses Herb (single: heal 50 HP)
    
       These three King Kong rejects can definitely pose a problem if the team
       wasted all their psynergy en route, but if the team's brimming with PP, it's
       quite simple to just blitzkreig them and put 'em on the defensive. Jenna's
       likely to have Flare wall by now and that can typically take off one-third
       of their HP.
    
     After the monkey funeral service, climb upstairs and talk with the temple's
     leader to obtain the [Lash Pebble], which bestows Lash psynergy on whomever
     it's equipped to. With this, backtrack a little ways and get that mercury
     djinni (Fog), although it'll put up a fight first. NOTE: If you don't want
     anyone with weird psynergy, or psynergy that clashes with their elemental
     type, just put the djinni on standby so it quits affecting anything. Having
     a bunch of mercury djinn with no mercury adept will be a problem for awhile,
     actually. Use Retreat to leave afterwards.
    
     Shrine of the Sea God is near Daila, to the east to be exact. Since it's
     very prominent it should be an easy find.
    
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    03) Shrine of the Sea God                                                [WK02]
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     _________             ENEMIES: Angle Worm, Ghost
    |A ______ \  |―|_|――|                                      Can't Access
    | |   |  ) ) |  ____| _________   _               _        /
    | | |    | |_| |     |         | |F|______     __|B|_    |―|_ ___ 
    |___|    |   _/      |         | |  ____ A|   |      \   |   |   |-Jupiter
        |_   |―) )       |   _ _   | | |____|_|   ) )―――\ \  |__   __| Djinni
          |__) _/        |   G|F   | |______  |  (   ―\_/ /     | |    (Breath)
          |  _/           ―――― ――――   ______| |  _\ \____/     _|_|_
          |_  |                      |B       | |C| |D|       |C _ D|
            |_|-Start                 ――――――――  |   __|        ―|^|―
                                                |   E |         |E|
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     This place was available before but couldn't be explored further without the
     Lash psynergy. Use it on the ledge right in the 1st screen to make the little
     rugrats leave -- now it's time to get the djinni in here! As was stated, it's
     very fast and the dungeon here will relate to catching it. Chase it to the
     only exit available ("B"), and below, enter either the "C" or "D" stairway to
     witness the djinni running north. Backtrack and take the "E" stairway, which
     leads to the critter. When it runs onto the square-shaped ledge, push the
     flame pedestal against the cliff to prevent it from fleeing. Then, just run
     after, fight, and capture it (Breath). That's all there is to do here, at
     least until we get Frost psynergy...time to Retreat!
    
    ---
    
     The next location to visit is Dehkan Plateau. Go south from Daila to the
     bifurcation, then go east, which eventually wraps southwest to the location.
     Felix will get a good weapon there so abstain from storebought crap. 
                                                 
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    04) Dehkan Plateau                                                       [WK04]
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     ENEMIES: Angle Worm, Skeleton, Ghost, Mini-Goblin, Rat Soldier
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                   ______|_ G _|   _  |______|I|_|   M   |_______    |J|  6 N|
      _____ _     |  ____  | (_ ) ) |  _   __    |_____________  |   | |K M  |
     |     |C|    | |____| |  F( E|H| |_| |__|_   _  |J| |  _  | |_  | |     |  _
     |  A    |    | 4|   | |___|  | | |  _|   5| | | | | | | | |  L| |  _|―| |_|L|
     |_____|B|    |    |  ________| | | |    |_| | | |  _|  ___|_|―  |_|   |_   _|
            ―     |____| |        |___|__________| |  _____| O   |           | OP|
             _   ____|  _|_                        |__   ____|―――             ―――
       ___ _|C|_|   2|___  |_   ____                  |_  |    _    _ _ ___
      | A_|_   _  |――  |     | |3   |            Exit |  _|  _|I|  |K| |N  |_____
     _|_  |B|_| |____| |     | |    |  _ ___   ___  '-|_|   |   |  | |  ―|  7    |
    |START|1|     |  __|  ___| |  | | |F| E | |   |_        |___|  |     |_____| |
     ――――― ―      | |__| |___  |__| | | |_  | | G   |               ―――――| O     |
                  |         D| |D   | |_____| |___|H|                     ―――――――
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     |――――|―――――――――――――――――|  Up the stairs a bit, there'll be some holes in the
     | 01 | Full Metal Vest |  ground -- another trick that will be used often.
     | 02 | Elixir          |  Tiny cracks can be walked on once, heavy cracks
     | 03 | Mint            |  will drop Felix through; the latter is the only way
     | 04 | Themis' Axe     |  to proceed for the moment. Exit south of the cave
     | 05 | Nut             |  to find the [Full Metal Vest] chest, which can be
     | 06 | Pound Cube      |  worn by the girls as well and can really help 'em
     | 07 | Djinni: Cannon  |  from being picked on by monsters (especially the
     |____|_________________|  HP-deficient Sheba).
    
     Through the cave's other entrance, exit east into the 2nd plateau screen.
     The crumbly pillars introduced here: normal pillars can be jumped on once
     before they crack, cracked ones will disintegrate when stepped on. Either
     way, bound to the [Elixir] chest, then use the remaining pillars to continue
     onward. The heavy pillar blocking the path beyond can only be crushed with
     Pound psynergy, which we don't have yet.
    
     At the next patch of cracked ground, the northernmost heavily-cracked tile
     can drop Felix into a cave with a [Mint], which increases AGL. Exit north
     of the "patch field" when done, finding another bunch of pillars to step on.
     Jump left once, northwest once, then east once onto the lone pillar. Jump
     back onto it to break it and gain the [Themis' Axe] artifact for Felix, the
     only one who can equip it. Artifact weapons have "unleashes," special attacks
     that randomly play when the "Attack" option is picked. They do more damage
     than usual and may have auxiliary effects, like dropping defense or poisoning
     the target. Either way, re-enter the screen, take the NW pillar-hopping
     route, and curve back east to the exit.
    
     The next part of the plateau will involve a complex of caves and holes. Fall
     any of the ones nearby, navigate the cave below, and come upon a mars djinni
     who flees the team. Follow him through another lower cave and he'll flee east,
     which Felix should do also (after pushing the stump to make a cut-across).
     At the rope bridge, take the lower path across some tightropes to some stumps.
     These ones have ivy that can't be Whirlwind-ed away, and they're basically
     movable ladders. Using this tidbit, Lash up to the [Nut] chest, and push the
     other stump off a cliff -- this leads to a SW path. When the djinni is
     approached again (from either direction) it flees east again, so pursue.
    
     The djinni escapes to a cave again and its route can't be taken. Instead,
     push the nearby ladder-stump east, climb up, and hop around on the two
     pillars nearby till one breaks. Go north at ground level to find a second
     ladder-stump, push it west and jump on the remaining pillar to crumble it.
     Push the regular stump as far west as it'll go, which should give access to
     the next stairway ("J").
    
     Continue until finding the djinni's room again -- sadly, it can't be reached
     from this side due to the cracked floor tiles. Instead of approaching it,
     take the SW exit in the room and eventually reach the part of the plateau
     the djinni jumped through. Take the rightmost of the two cracked tiles and
     topple right on the djinni's head, knocking the [Pound Cube] loose from its
     person. Take the stairway ("N") nearby and follow to the djinni's final
     location. In order to prevent it from escaping again, go around it and use
     Pound on the heavy pillar near its cliff; this way it can't escape when
     approache. It (Cannon) has to be fought but that's about all the excitement
     there is at the dungeon. Take the room's other stairway up a bit and it'll
     be possible to leave via the SW part of the plateau and find the world map
     once again.
    
    INDRA CAVERN [OPTIONAL]  [WK05]
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     Move the stump one space left and use Lash to find a cliff tablet. Inspect
     it to learn the Zagan summon, requiring 1 Venus/Mars djinni. This attack can
     lower an enemy's DEF, making it pretty useful in the early going.
    
    WORLD MAP [MANDATORY]
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     To find the next town (Madra), proceed past Indra Cavern and try to go
     south a bit, finding a bridge that leads east. The town's in a forest and
     not that hard to find. Optionally, a wild venus djinni (Iron) appears around
     that area and should be obtained soon, before or after finding an inn. 
    
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    06) Madra                                                                [WK06]
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           ____ _|――――|――――| To Madra    Madra's generally a sleepy little town
          |  4 |2|_  _|_  _| Catacombs   but it's had its share of troubles lately
          |__  | |        \_______  \    and isn't in a friendly mood. Compound
      _______| |_   ______|   |   |  \   that anger with all the looting we'll be
     |  ___  |            |_1_| |_| |―|  doing! There's nothing too awesome here
     | |   |  _|―――| |―――|    __  |―  |  except the [Nurse's Cap], on an isolated
     | |_ _| | |_ _| |_3_| | |__/―    |  cliff. To obtain it, go to the inn's 2F
     |_______|  ___   ___  |  ___/――――|  balcony, then cross the vendor awnings.
             | |_ _| |_ _| |  ____/―――   It's female-only, and in battle, can be
             |_____________| |           used as an item to restore HP. The only
                           |_|           other (optional) thing of note here is
     |――――|―――――――――――――| ENTER   the caged mars djinni in one of the folks'
     | 01 | Sleep Bomb  |         houses, which we can get later by trading a
     | 02 | Nurse's Cap |         mushroom from the Gondowan Cliffs. That's much
     | 03 | Smoke Bomb  |         later, though.
     | 04 | 15 Coins    |
     |____|_____________|         If you visit the mayor's house, there'll be a
                                  weird black orb on the mantlepiece, but those
     dang womensfolk stop the team from stealing it. It'll be ours...someday. The
     jail also has an interesting bit of conversations if the team mind-reads the
     prisoner. The mandatory part of this scene is that the interim mayorette'll
     give the team permission to advance northward over the drawbridge (without
     it, Felix's squad will be rebuffed).
    
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    07) Madra Catacombs                                                      [WK07]
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     ENEMIES: Rat, Troll, Drone Bee, Mini-Goblin
    
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      |   1 |__________ ___________      The town catacombs can be explored at
     _|_ _  |   _____  |  _______  |     this juncture, although this is another
    |356| | |  | | | | | |  _  |  _| _   one of those places that requires Frost
    |_    |  __| |_____ _| |*| | |__|*|  psynergy to reveal all its secrets. The
      | | |_|      __  |   | | |  ____|  place has two entrances: (1) the hole in
      | |      ___   |2|___| | |   |     town, near the inn (2) a sheltered hole
      | |_____|4 _| _|_|   | |_|_| |     north of the town graveyard. The latter
      |_________|        |_   _  | |     is the correct one to take (the other'll
                 ――――――――  |_| |___|     lead to nowhere in particular).
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     |  * | Entrance      |  Once inside via the graveyard hole, follow it north
     | 01 | Tremor Bit    |  and west into a large chamber. A mansion's ruins are
     | 02 | Apple*        |  on the lefthand side but it can only be accessed in
     | 03 | Lucky Medal*  |  full from the south (again, Frost- & Reveal-required).
     | 04 | Mist Potion** |  
     | 05 | Ruin Key**    |  For now, locate the cliff stump and Move into the
     | 06 | Moloch Tablet |  pit, which should give access to the mansion ruins'
     |____|_______________|  east side. Simply cross the abyss, go downstairs,
     | *  - Needs Reveal  |  and pluck the [Tremor Bit] from its chest. Tremor
     | ** - Needs Frost   |  psynergy is typically used to drop items from places
      ――――――――――――――――――――   unreachable or knocking things, such as djinni, out
     of their hiding places. Again, the Tremor Bit is MANDATORY so don't leave
     town without it. 
    
     The next stop en route west is Osenia Cliffs, located a little ways past the
     guarded drawbridge. If Felix's team is barred entrance, return to Madra and
     witness the jail scene with Piers.
    
    OSENIA CLIFFS   [WK08]
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     This tiny one-screen stopgap area is past the bridge north of Madra. Climb
     down to the Champa ship's wreckage and jump to a Lash point, which lets the
     team climb down to the beach and get a [Pirate's Sword]. Since it's a light
     blade and only slightly outranks the Themis' Axe, think about giving the new
     item to Jenna, rather than just selling the axe next time a town's reached.
     Exit west after all the commotion. On the world map, the nearest bridge is
     broken, so head south to locate a swelterin' desert.
    
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     NOTE: If you want, you can go south from the Yampi Desert's west entrance
     and reach the towns of Mikisalla and Garoh right now. They have better equip
     options than what'll be in the "real" next town (Alhafra) but the djinni
     there can't be obtained. The one NW of there near Osenia Cave (Sour) can be
     though, if y'want to go that far out of the way.
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    09) Yampi Desert                                                         [WK09] 
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     FOES: Kobold, Dino, Emu, Momonga, Gnome, Spider   ____/―――――|_|―|-To Alhafra
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             N                  _____  |*|         /――|   \        | |
             |                 |  _9 |_| |――――――\_/ /―| ―|―――――――  | |
             |            _____| |_|  _  | |―|     /| |10| |―|     | |
       W ----+---- E     |    _    __| | | | | |__/    ――  | |_____| |
             |           |   |8|  |    |___| |_____/―――――――  |_   ___|
             |       ____|  ______|                            | |   |
             S      /         )                                |___|_|-To 
                   (       7 /                      |―――――|            Air's Rock
                   |     |\_/________               |  A  |  _____
     ENTER         ) __  | |  _____  |              |     | |     |
       (          (_/ _| |_| |  2     ―|      |―――――|―   ―| | A 5 |
      _/―――|___ _____| |_  | |_   ___, |      |           | |_____|
     |__,  |   )         | |___| |___| |__    |_   _|_____|
         ) )  /| |―――|_| |C  |  _   __    |_   _| |_         _
         |  _/_| |_  |B| |―  | |_| | 3| |   \_|  4  |       |C|
         | |_/ _  1| |    ―――       ――――|  6 _______|    ___| |
         |____/____|  ――――――\__/―\__|―| |  _/           |B    |
                                      |___|              ―――――
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     |  * | To Y. D. Cave  |  East of the entrance, Pound the stake and claim the
     | 01 | Guardian Ring  |  [Guardian Ring], which gives +20 HP and +4 ATK. This
     | 02 | Antidote       |  is one of the few useful rings in the game, so don't
     | 03 | Djinni: Blitz  |  leave it behind. In the 2nd screen, also uneventful,
     | 04 | Psynergy Stone |  are the travellers from Madra who've reach a sandy
     | 05 | Scoop Gem      |  impasse in getting to Alhafra. For now, leave these
     | 06 | Herb+          |  sadsacks behind and keep going east.
     | 07 | 315 Coins+     |
     | 08 | Hard Nut       |  Screen #3 has a jupiter djinni (Blitz) to obtain,
     | 09 | Blow Mace      |  and to get him, it'll require scaling the cliffs and
     | 10 | Trainer's Whip |  using the poundable stakes as stepping stones. Felix
     |____|________________|  will have to pick which pound certain ones to get
     | + - Requires Scoop  |  though, though! In order to proceed without cutting
      ―――――――――――――――――――――   off the route to the djinni, pound the one nearest
     the screen entrance, go up and east a bit to the rightmost -- pound that too.
     From there, pound the next stake that masks an obvious rock ladder and make
     way to the djinni. Save beforehand 'cause it has a penchant for running, like
     most wild ones. There's an [Antidote] chest in the NW part of the screen,
     too, if y'didn't get it before. Exit east by finding a drop-down groove.
    
     Screen #4 has a helpful Psynergy Stone, but nothing else -- continue north
     using the stake-masked ladder. Screen #5 has a weird scorpion monster that
     pinballs underground, depending on where pounded stakes are. Pound the stake
     here to make it leave to Screen #6, where the same technique applies. If the
     timing isn't right, the stakes just make it loop back and forth, so re-enter
     if that happens. The looping situation can take place in Screen #7 as well,
     but is easily remedied: ignore the NW stake and wait for the scorpion to
     burrow westwardly past the SE stake, then pound it, which should make the
     baddy reach the northern burrow. Save before approaching becuase there'll be
     a big, bad, brutal, boombastic boss battle!
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     | BOSS: King Scorpion |
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     | HP: 1064 | Weak: Fi | EXP:  440 | $$: 228 | DROPS: Vial, Scoop Gem |
     |__________|__________|___________|_________|________________________|
    
       • Twin Shear (single: phys damage)
       • Desert Gasp (multi: phys? damage)
       • Sand Breath (multi: phys? damage)
       • Poison Tail (single: phys damage + %Poison)
       • Paralytail (single: phys damage + %Paralysis)
    
       This boss loves to defend and only gets one attack per turn, so it's not
       that hard to deal with if each ally has some Herbs. Use Iron to boost the
       party's DEF, have Jenna spam Fume, and when possible, summon Zagan to
       hopefully lower the boss' DEF. Again, given how much the boss defends,
       party upkeep should be relatively easy -- just don't let anyone be KO'd or
       the hole may be too hard to dig out of!
    
     With the scorpion pulling up daisies, collect its [Scoop Gem] which bestows
     the titular psynergy. Use Scoop on the weird pile in the center of the cavern
     to find a waterspout that returns the team back to the previous set of areas.
     At this point, it's time to return to desert's 2nd screen -- the one with the
     Madran travellers -- and find the weird SW pile that can be Scooped to reveal
     a hidden passage ("B" on map).
    
     Follow the straightforward paths until the travellers also find that secret
     passage (stupid mayor's son gets all the credit!), then continue northward.
     Look for a conspicuous sandpile that can be Scooped for [315 Coins], then
     head into the cave. The sandflow here will carry Felix along, but it's not
     too hard to collect the [Hard Nut] and [Blow Mace], the latter being a great
     artifact for Sheba...unless you already bought her something in Mikisalla,
     in which case, give it to Felix. East leads out of the cave!
    
     In this final area, there'll be a bunch of sandfalls. Take the lowroad east
     until finding a rock ladder, then cross the sandfalls that threaten to push
     Felix off the middle level. Upon finding the Lash coil, use that psynergy to
     climb to the top of a sandfall -- fall down its eastern side to get access to
     the [Trainer's Whip] chest, which changes someone's class and gives some cool
     monster-themed abilities. 
    
     To exit, return to the ladder from the lowroad and cross the two sandfalls
     at mid-level like before; this time, take the 2nd rock ladder upwards, going
     east. Upon reaching the screen boundary, there are two options: north to
     Alhafra, south to Air's Rock. The latter trip is one-way at this point so
     DO NOT go there yet, unless you want to walk all the way back to the desert's
     west entrance via Garoh & Mikisalla. To Alhafra, which is just north of the
     desert's northeast exit.
    
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    10) Alhafra / Alhafra Cave                                               [WK10]
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                  _               _
                 |A|__________   |A|_|―――|_                       ______
      ALHAFRAN  / _ _________ \  |_  |_8_|4|    MAIN TOWN      __/ ___  |
       CAVE    ( ( |___ \    ) )   | |___  |                 _|   | \_  |
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               |_  )   _)_)/ /           | |___________ __  | |\  )___| |
                 ) |  |  <  /         ___|             | 7|_| |_\_______|
           _____/ / __| |―|―         |B15| |―――| |―――|  ___________|
          |  ____/ |12 _| |          |_3_| |_ _|   1 |_|
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          | |_ 11| |14 )                 | |―――| |   | | 2  |
          |______| |B|―                  | |_ _| |   |_|_  _|
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    |――――|―――――――――――――――|               Enter-|_|――――――――――
    | 01 | Elixir        |
    | 02 | Apple         |  After the Madrans make for the mayor's pad, take some
    | 03 | Sleep Bomb    |  time to loot the town of items. Note that all items
    | 04 | 32 Coins      |  can't be obtained right now! The shops here are not
    | 05 | Smoke Bomb    |  super-awesome but you'll want to buff up everyone's
    | 06 | Large Bread   |  DEF for the upcoming boss battle. Everyone should get
    | 07 | Lucky Medal   |  some Leather Boots for sure (easy +6 DEF) and anything
    | 08 | 7 Coins       |  else, supposing y'didn't outfit in Mikisalla.
    | 09 | Ixion Mail    |  
    | 10 | 123 Coins     |  Now, the Briggs character everyone's talking about is
    | 11 | Lucky Medal   |  in the harbor ship's lower area, and constitutes the
    | 12 | 777 Coins*    |  boss of this town. If you're not prepared, it'll be a
    | 13 | Potion*       |  huge frustration since the odds are stacked against
    | 14 | Psy Crystal*  |  Felix's team. Here's a few tips to consider:
    | 15 | Power Bread*  |  
    |____|_______________|  • Grind outside of Alhafra a bit to reach Lv13, where
    | * - Frost-required |    Felix learns the powerful single-target "Ragnarok"
     ――――――――――――――――――――     psynergy; the girls should get a bit more HP & AGL,
     which they'll definitely need. 
    
     • The monsters outside of town can drop some useful things, such as Nuts, or
       battle-use items, like Weasel Claws and Oil Drops. Since one may run out of
       PP, these can be very helpful; or, if you want to conserve PP, the same
       ideal applies.
    
     • A designated healer will work well for the boss battle, and Sheba usually
       ends up being the best person given her high PP growth. By giving her one
       earth djinni, she can get access to Cure/Cure Well and that'll be a lot
       more useful than using Herbs.
    
     When ready to fight Briggs, visit the ship's belowdecks area and eavesdrop
     on the goofballs.
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     | BOSS: Briggs + Sea Fighter x1-4 |
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     | HP:  984 | EXP: 689 | Weak: All | $$: 1411 | DROPS: Vial |
     |__________|__________|___________|__________|_____________|
    
      • Use 'Herb' [heals ~50 HP]
      • Use 'Nut' [heals ~200 HP]
      • Use 'Oil Drop' [Oil Drop effect]
      • Echo Cut [single: physical damage]
      • Signal Whistle [summons one 'Sea Fighter' to battle]
    
      As the player quickly finds, Briggs himself isn't the problem, it's all the
      annoying Sea Fighter cohorts he summons to battle (apx. 200HP). They heal
      the boss, can use Oil Drops/Smoke Bombs, and share the Echo Cut skill -- it
      makes the enemy side very formidable indeed! However, Briggs can only have
      two allies in battle at a time, and Signal Whistle will eventually quit
      working after 3 uses, so the best way to proceed is to tagteam each cohort
      (with Ragnarok and Beam/Fume) until they die. If you made Sheba the
      designated healer here, her high AGL should prove very useful for crucial
      HP upkeep, especially after Briggs uses his (one and only) Oil Drop. This
      battle can be hard if y'come in without a strategy, but thankfully, it's
      possible to win without using any djinn whatsoever! However, all human
      enemies are weak to all elements, so summons/djinni unleashes have an extra
      oomph here...just be wise in how y'use 'em.
    
     With Briggs' team incarcerated, most of the town's items can be obtained. To
     gain access to the Alhafran Cave, which is the guarded entrance near the
     mayor's mansion, give the Large Bread to the hungry boy in the washed-out
     part of town (he's by the stairs). Since his dad guards the cave, he'll let
     the team sneak in for helping his boy. The Ixion Mail is the real catch here,
     and only Felix can equip it for now! Also, you can take part in clearing the
     ship's broken mast of its debris, but it can't be done partially due to a
     large rock pinning the thing down (we'll return later).
    
     As Kraden said before, maybe seeking out Piers is a good idea.
    
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    11) Mikisalla                                                [OPTIONAL]  [WK11]
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           _ _                  From Alhafra, Mikisalla can be accessed in two
          |3|4|                 ways:
         _| | |____
        |B  |      |_           #1) Go back to Yampi Desert and exit south over
     |――――|_|――――|_  |              the one-way sandfall, which puts the team by
     |_  _| |_ 1_|  _|              Air's Rock. Once the town of Garoh is located,
     |          ENTER|    _         go west to find the place. [Quickest way!!!!!]
     |  |――――|――   |―    )B)
     |  |_  _| |―――|    / /     #2) Go back to Yampi Desert and backtrack through
     |_        |_5_|   | /__        to its west entrance. On the world map, go
     |A|―――|       |  _) ___|       southwest and loop counterclockwise to find
     |2|_ _|       | |A /           town snuggled by some mountains.
     |_____________|  ――
                             Now, this town is pretty unimpressive but it does
     |――――|―――――――――――――――|  boast a decent armory and it's the only accessible
     | 01 | Lucky Pepper  |  one for awhile. However, the real reason to come
     | 02 | Nut           |  here is the mars djinni (Spark) hidden north of the
     | 03 | Djinni: Spark |  town. To locate it, use Scoop on the southwest hut's
     | 04 | 82 Coins      |  sheep pen to find a hidden ladder. Navigate it north,
     | 05 | Herb          |  exit through a cave, and just walk to the djinni!
     |____|_______________|  This one joins without any fuss, and thankfully, its
                             function is to revive allies -- no more wasting the
     precious Waters of Life! Now there's nothing else to do in town but feel free
     to check out the knight in the in for a weird harbinger of things to come.
    
    OSENIA CAVERN [OPTIONAL]   [WK12]
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     Northeast of Mikisalla is a cavern surrounded by mountains a forest. Once
     inside, locate the hidden ladder with Scoop ('x' truly marks the spot!) and
     learn the Megaera summon (1 Mars, 1 Jupiter). Not only will it do damage to
     the targets but it also increases the allies' ATK.
    
     The area around the cavern also has a wild mercury djinni (Sour) that can
     be encountered.
    
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    13) Garoh                                                    [OPTIONAL]  [WK13]
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       ||_3_||_|     |_   _|    _   _|――――| E_|    | 01 | Elixir        |
      _|_  2_|A|_   _|___  |   |D|_|A|_  _| |      | 02 | Nut           |
     |   | |  ___ ___   E  |   |_   ___   __|      | 03 | Sleep Bomb    |
     |D|___| | B |  C| |―――|     | |B C  /         | 04 | Smoke Bomb    |
      ―    | |_ _|_ _| |_1_|   __| |―――――          | 05 | Hypnos' Sword |
           |____          4|  |F   |               |____|_______________|
            |F  | |――――――――    ――――
             ―| | |_      The mysterious town of Garoh is located in an easternly
              | |_  |     direction from Mikisalla, and was seen if you took the
              |5|_| |__   eastern path to the village. This werewolf colony can't
               ―|____  |  be fully accessed until Reveal psynergy is learned, and
                |  ____|  its equipment shops can't be accessed either, so there
                |____  |  isn't much to do here. However, the town can still be
                |  ____|  looted sufficiently (except the Hypnos' Sword).
                |____  |
                Enter|_|  When you're done browsing the town, it's time to visit
                          the first mega-dungeon in the game: Air's Rock. It's
     the big pink structure in the middle of the desert, north of town.
    
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    14) Air's Rock                                                           [WK14]
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     NOTE: Some places can only be accessed with lateral whirlwinds, and these
     can't be accurately described on the map. Hashes (#) denote entrances to the
     next (vertical) tier of the exterior.
    
               |―――――|_              |――――|――――――――――――――|   ENEMIES
               |     |7|             |  * | Wind Stone   |   ―――――――
               |_   _| |             |  ! | Fall/Ride Up |    • Emu
               |  _|  _|             | 01 | Lucky Medal  |    • Dino
               | |_ *|               | 02 | Cookie       |    • Harpy
               |_  | |               | 03 | Smoke Bomb   |    • Kobold
                 | | |___________    | 04 | Storm Brand  |    • Ghoul
          N      ( (_________   _|   | 05 | Vial*        |
          |       \____  |   |!|     | 06 | Sleep Bomb   |
          |            | |_ _|!|___  | 07 | Fujin Shield |
    W ----+---- E      |  _|_____  | |____|______________|
          |            | |_____  | | 
          |            | |  _  | |!|  To put it bluntly: Air's Rock is massive.
          S            |_  | |!| |!|  It's exterior is split into three main parts:
               __________| |_|!|_|!|  a base, a midsection, and the peak ascent.
              |_   __________|_____|  The guide will divvy each part up for an
              | __|                   easier time, 'cause lord knows this is quite
              |__ |                   a trial compared to the sissy stuff so far.
              | __|_ ___         
    Interior  |_    | 6 |        PART 1: BASE
      Exit  \_  | |― ―| |        ――――――――――――
           _| |_|#|_ _|#|_____   If you didn't stop in Garoh, you may not know the
       _ _|  ___|  _| | |___  |  secret to proceeding: using Whirlwind on those
      | |_  |5|_| |___   ___| |  weird rocks. Doing so will shoot tornado in a
      | |_| |_________| |___| |  line from Felix's position, clearing away soil
      |_   _|___     _____   _|  and other crap blocking passages. However, to
      |____   ____|  _| |_  |    proceed, the team will have to navigate the maze
           |#|____|#|     |#|    to get the right positioning.
      |――――\___   | |    _| |
      | |―\_____/―| |___|4| |_   After clearing the first path, go north until
      | |        1|     |___| |  a mimic chest is found -- it has a [Lucky Medal].
      | |――| |――| | |―| | |  _|  From here, navigate to the northeast wind rock
      | |  | |  |___|_| |_| |    and clear the way to the Storm Brand chest, when
      | |――  |  |2  |  ___  |    we get all these events done. The next mandatory
      | |__| |   ―| | |   | |    stone is in the southwest, which opens the path
      | |__|  ――――  | |___| |    to the stone just west of there. Shoot a twister
      |______| |――| |__  _  |    north twice in order to open the path to the
      |*      *|―― _| ( (_| |    rare PP-boosting [Cookie]. Take the path south
      | |―|――| |――|*|_| |*  |    of there to arrive at the level's 1st wind rock,
      |  3|  | |  |_____|―――     which can open the western path now. From here,
       ―――   |_|                 it should be a cinch to get the [Smoke Bomb] and
            START                go north along the left screen boundary. Upon
                                 encountering the gigantic pink tornado-shaped
     rock, just use Whirlwind like normal to clear the detritus from the ladder
     series.
    
    PART 2: MIDSECTION
    ――――――――――――――――――
     Veer west and climb up the west side until there's a drop-down groove that
     places Felix in front of a statue's whirlwind-shooting path. As you'll see,
     this method of travel will carry him from ledge to ledge, often bypassing the
     normal routes. In this case, drop down further to a 2nd statue's trajectory,
     and land near the movable trunk blocking the ladder ascension. By the eastern
     edge, there's a climb-down spot into the 1st screen again, where the great
     [Storm Brand] awaits...if you cleared the path previously. Climb back up
     when it's safely pocketed.
    
     Start climbing the eastern ladder series, take the statue's wind westward,
     hitting a stump. Climb down to another statue nearby, which should take the
     team further westward, to a position where Felix can push said stump off
     its cliff. Now the upper statue can knock everyone to the isolated ledge
     nearby and exit this screen.
    
    PART 3: PEAK ASCENT
    ―――――――――――――――――――
     Climb the leftside ladder while tactically dodging whirlwind projectiles
     and, once you get to the top, feel free to drop down the groove and claim
     the [Sleep Bomb] chest. The upwards-pointing statue will get Felix back to
     the top ledge -- exit east. In the next screen, climb the ladder series till
     some logs come in sight. The left can be moved without incident, but to get
     to the other, Felix will have to find the mid-tier's drop-down groove and
     ride the lower-right statue upwards. It's a lot easier than that explanation
     makes it out to be! With both logs moved, drop-down to the isolated statue
     and ride it to the top level, exiting west.
    
     The west route is actually two paths side-by-side, neither of which merges
     with each other. Felix should be on the upper of the two, which leads to the
     east of the two cliff ladders. Upon reaching the final wind stone, "Move"
     the log out of the way and return all the way down to the statue series
     again. Climb the lefthand ladder all the way up until it goes parallel with
     the previous ascending path, leading up to the newly-accessible wind stone.
     Activate it to clear the foggy air which, if you didn't check, makes the
     area loop indefinitely. Without the obstacle, Felix can get to the top!
    
     Activate the final windstone to blow open a secret entrance. However, to
     get the useful [Fujin Shield] chest in plain sight, Felix will have to do
     a quick backtracking section to the other parallel path (the one that went
     east alongside the penultimate windstone) and then return again. So tiring!
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    | AIR'S ROCK INTERIOR                                                        |
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     ENEMIES: Mummy, Emu, Ghoul, Creeper                   Start
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                 |  ____ _  |___| |       ―――――――――              | |_
                 |  ____|G|  _   _(――\          _____   _____|―|―    |
                 | |    |___| |  ___) )   _    |  _  | |  __ '    _| |    
                 |_     |     |_|  _| |__|A|___| |_| |_| |  \  | |*  |
                   |____|         |________________|_    |___\ (― ―――      
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               |  _   _____  |                     |___|___|  ―――――
               | |_/―/     | |                               _________
               |_   /      |*|                              |  ___    |
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                 | | |―――――|_|―――――| |           _______|     |     | |
                _| | |___   #   ___| |          |          *  |――――― _|
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               | |_____|___ # _| * | |          | |_____ _| |    ―    |
               |          >|―|>|―――| |          | |     |     |―――| |―
                ―――――――――――| |  ―――| |__________|  _(―   ―――――  | | |
                         __| |_  |―               | | |_/―――――――|___|
                        |C   |H| |―――――――――――――――― _| |_________| |
                         ――――|___|                |B              |
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                      |_|―\ \       _   _           |  * | Wind Stone      |
               ____    #   ) )     |D|_|E|___       |  # | Flip Platform   |
        |―――|_|  __| ##### |*|     | |_____  |      | 01 | Psynergy Stone  |
        | |___   __ \  #    ―      | |  _  | |      | 02 | Elixir          |
        | |   | |  \ \|―|          | |_| |_| |      | 03 | Vial            |
       _| |_  | |   ) ) |__        |_________|      | 04 | Clarity Circlet |
      |___  | | |_ (__   _ \                        | 05 | 666 Coins       |
      | 2 | |_|_  |   | |_) )                       | 06 | Vial            |
      |  _|  C| | |  _|  __/__   Learn "Reveal"     | 07 | Psy Crystal     |
      |_____|―  | |_|  *  |   |          \          | 08 | Tablet: Flora   |
                |    ―――――  | |__      |―――――|      |____|_________________|
                 ―――――――――――|    |     |  7  |
                _            ――| |     |_   _|             ___ ___
            ___|H|_ ___  |―――――| |_   _  | |              |  _|  J|
           |  _   _|   | |J|―| | |D|_|E|_| |―――|         _| | | |―
           | * |   | | |  ―  | | | |     |___| |        |  6| | |
            ――― ―)   | |     | |___|       |_| |        | |―  | |
          ___|――― /――| |     |_| |  _____|   | |        | |___| |_
         |_  | |――)  | |         | | |*| | | | |        |        I| 
          _|_   5/___) )         | |_|F|_| |  _|-From    ―――――――――
         |_  | |― I   /          |_________| |   "J"
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     Arguably the largest and most frustrating dungeon in the game, Air's Rock's
     interior can be a doozie for new players. I'll namecheck the ASCII map I made
     so I highly suggest using it to avoid needless annoyances.
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    INTERIOR, PART 1: STATUE ACTIVATION
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     The dungeon's upper entrance is right by a [Psynergy Stone], which should be
     used ASAP (it respawns each time the dungeon is entered, in case you wanted
     to grind or something). Navigate the weak maze to a large chamber with chests
     and inactive wind statues. Nothing can be done here for now, so take the exit
     ("A") downwards into a gigantic shaft. Most of the map tiers have a section
     that goes along the inner rim here, although this isn't displayed on the
     map -- for obvious reasons. Either way, the lefthand path isn't accessible
     now so hang a right.
    
     Navigate east until coming to a puzzle with movable stumps and poundable
     rock pillars. If you try stepping on any of the latter types, they simply
     drop Felix. So do the following: (1) pound the right of the two pillars (2)
     move the rightmost stump onto the freshly-pounded tile (3) on the lefthand
     side, push the SW stump 2 tiles east and 1 north, respectively. This should
     let Felix jump to the windstone, which can blow a hole north of there, giving
     access to another windstone. Use this blow away the detritus on the ledge
     path, then follow it to its end. Push the stump here all the way west, which
     creates a stepping stone to the exit ("B") by returning toward the screen
     entrance.
     
     The path is generally straightforward through this next tier, until Felix
     comes upon a stump blocking a steam vent. "Move" it one space west and veer
     in the northeasterly direction, coming to another stump-n'-vent puzzle. Move
     this stump one space east, then "Move" it one space west to put it back in
     its original position where it functioned as a stepping stone. From here,
     it should be a cinch to get to the screen's west side -- unblock the vent
     there to make the hole near the entrance quit emitting steam, giving passage
     to the center shaft and, from there, the western "wing" of this tier.
    
     This is the first time "flip platforms" are encountered: when hit with a
     windstone blast, they change direction and thus the walkable path. Perform
     this on the platform here, loop clockwise to a 2nd stone to reset the path,
     and the exit ("C") should now be accessible. Make sure to push the stump off
     its ledge to permanently connect bridge the two sides.
    
     Snatch the [Elixir] and continue north to the large abyss with floating
     tiles and another flip platform. Follow the (only) path to the southern
     windstone, use it on the f-platform, cross, then use a 2nd windstone to
     connect it to the west ledge -- and thus, the tier's center shaft. Take the
     ladder down to the stairway ("D") where a large psynergy stone will refill
     the party's PP free of charge and repeatedly, if necessary. Exit ("E") up
     to the lowest tier's center and activate the large windstone, which powers
     up the nearest upwards-facing statue ("F"), which connects to the interior's
     highest, first-encountered room. Activate the windstone here to power up all
     of the dungeon's remaining statues.
    
    INTERIOR, PART 2: GETTING REVEAL
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     Okay, everything is activated and we're on the top floor. Meander to the NE
     statue and take it to the [Vial] chest, then get rid of that stump to connect
     the paths fully on this tier. Take the stairway ("A") again to reach the
     center shaft. This time, the lefthand path is the real way to go (we couldn't
     go there before) but backtracking down a tier will give a helpful bounty too!
     It's completely optional though.
    
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     OPTIONAL: Summon Tablet (Flora)
     After taking the "B" stairway, Felix should be in the eastern tier with all
     the stump-n'-vent puzzles. Return to the north-central area that contains
     the windstone we couldn't reach before (via statue blast). South of this
     area is a movable stump that seems to have no use; move it one tile east,
     so it's in windstone's trajectory. When activated, the blast will carry the
     stump to the south side of the room (by the "B" entrance), and can be pushed
     east to bridge a path to the summon tablet. Three cheers for ingenuity!
     Backtrack to the top tier's shaft rim by the lower "A" stairway afterwards.
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     The left wing of the shaft's top tier is accessible, as previously said,
     thanks to a functional statue (move the lower stump first). The ensuing
     chamber has a change-up: it's the whirlwind statue that's movable this time!
     Move the path 6-7 tiles north and let it carry Felix to the [Clarity Circlet]
     artifact, then push the statue south a little ways to reach the exit. The
     exit ("G") is blocked by a steam valve but navigating the SW stepping-stone
     puzzle -- although that's being liberal with the term -- can stop the steam
     with one swift "Move" dosage.
    
     "G" connects to a previously-accessible room (the one with the 2nd flip
     platform), and the straightforward tightrope series leads to the "H" path.
     Here, find the windstone and shoot it east and south, unblocking a path and
     carrying a whirlwind statue to a new home, respectively. Now when Felix
     continues, he can easily get the [666 Coins] chest on an isolated ledge.
     If you ever plan on coming back here, push the stump west to connect the two
     ledges, then exit ("I"). Here, continue on the left path to find another
     [Vial], then move the statue out of the way to make the right parallel path
     accessible ("J").
    
     Felix will now be on the center shaft's lower-left rim. Whirlwind across to
     the opposite side, and climb up a bit until the mysterious room is enterable.
     Inspect the statue and Sheba will learn Reveal, which shows hidden paths,
     pillars/stumps/etc., and also where treasure is hidden in towns. For now,
     be on the lookout for things in circular formations, because Reveal often
     belies paths through or treasures within. In fact, to leave Sheba will have
     to employ this tactic! Get the [Psy Crystal] before exiting the room.
    
     And that's all there is to do here! Retreat back to the interior entrance,
     go outside, and Retreat again to arrive at the base. Schwing! This one's in
     the bag.
    
    GAROH   [OPTIONAL]
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     With Reveal learned, go back to the werewolf town. Our new psynergy can get
     inside the seemingly unenterable cave entrance in the northeast of town,
     and navigating the interior will have some story scenes with Master Maha.
     Return there after them and he'll give a free jupiter djinni (Ether), which
     makes sense since there wasn't any in Air's Rock. Also, using the cave system
     underneath town, one spot requires Reveal to get across an abyss. This leads
     up to the [Hypnos' Sword] chest seen en route to town. [If you don't know
     where this spot is, refer to the ASCII map earlier in the walkthrough.]
    
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    15) Gondowan Cliffs                                                      [WK15]
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     If you visited Madra, you know that Kibombo warriors robbed the town of the
     precious black orb they were safeguarding. It's time to tail Piers, who seems
     to have gone after them. The Gondowan Cliffs are west of Madra, and since
     the enemies are weaklings by now, a little trial-and-error searching won't
     hurt you. =p
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                             ____|  ____  |___  |         |  ENEMIES: Wild Gorilla,
                       _____|  _________|  _  |  ―――|__A  |  Wolfkin Cub, Wyvern
                      |  ___   _|  ___  |_  | |___  |_____|  Chick, Flash Ant
                      | |_  | |_| |   |_ 1|   |   |  _____ 
                     _| | | |_  |   |_  |―   ___| |_|  _  |___
                    |___  |   |___|_  |_| | |_______  | |___  |
                    |EXIT |       |     |4|2|  ___  |3| |  _  |
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       |――――|―――――――――――――――――|   |       |*| | |A| | |   | |  _|-Start
       | 01 | Sleep Bomb      |   |       |_   _| |_____| | |_|
       | 02 | Djinni: Kindle  |   |___________| |_________|
       | 03 | Laughing Fungus |
       | 04 | Healing Fungus* |  If you came here earlier in the game, there was
       |____|_________________|  no way to go except to the cave ("A") where the
       | * - Requires Frost   |  Kibombo warriors were camping. They're gone now
        ――――――――――――――――――――――   and it's possible to trek through -- the clue is
     to use Scoop where the dog is sniffing, which reveals a waterspout. Use this
     to get on the cliffs and start moving west. When you get to three drop-down
     points by a mars djinni, take the middle and move to a spot where a fat stump
     can be pushed into the strait. Backtrack a smidge and drop down to the
     stepping stones, and with the stump completing the series, get to the other
     side.
    
     Once on land, continue a little ways in until accessing the 2nd-tier cliff
     that leads back to the oft-useless [Sleep Bomb]. When Felix finally nears
     the tightrope bridge, climb up higher and go east, which leads to the mars
     djinni (Kindle) -- he puts up a fight of course! Use Sleep to prevent him
     from fleeing; or, save beforehand to prevent crappy outcomes. Comtinuing
     back west can get the [Laughing Fungus] item, although this CANNOT be traded
     to the Madra grampa for the djinni. When we come back here after acquiring
     Frost psynergy, that's when the real fun starts. Return to the tightrope nad
     find the exit across there.
    
    WORLD MAP [OPTIONAL]
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     After exiting the cliffs, the stopgap town of Naribwe is to the north. En
     route, there is a bridge to the west that leads to a dead-end plain near the
     coast. A mercury djinni (Chill) can be encountered here and is fond of --
     you guessed it! -- fleeing battle. Sleep/Paralysis statuses work well in
     countering this lowball tactic.
    
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    16) Naribwe                                                  [OPTIONAL]  [WK16]
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      |――――|  |―|―――|     |――――|――――――――――――――|  Small and unimportant, this town
      |  2 |  | |_ _|     | 01 | Thorn Crown  |  has generic crap besides the
      | |――|  |___  |     | 02 | Unicorn Ring |  useful [Thorn Crown] by the Lash
      |  4_|    ____|     | 03 | Elixir       |  coil. To get the [Unicorn Ring],
      | (           |     | 04 | 18 Coins     |  use Reveal on the NW totem circle.
      |――――|   |――――|_    | 05 | Sleep Bomb   |  Stock up on equipment here because
      |_  _|   |_ 5_|1|   | 05 | Sleep Bomb   |  the next town's shops will not be
      |3              |   |____|______________|  open until after some events.
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    17) Kibombo Mountains                                                    [WK17]
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     ENEMIES: Wild Gorilla, Pixie, Dirge, Assassin
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                _____|_   __ _            | North of Namibwe is the mountain pass
            ___|  _   _ __ •|4|―――|―――――| | that connects to the isolated village
           |_  |_  |_|5|  |_     ___|―| | | of Kibombo. However, warriors patrol
             |_   _   _|  |   |•|_    |   | this route and, if they see Felix, he
               |___|____  | | |3 _|―――|___| gets shoved back to the southern entry
                        | |_  |_|2|_   _  | point. Stealth must be employed to get
                        |_  |     •     | | past undetected!
                          \ |―――――――――| | |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――| ) ――|   ___| | | In the first screen, move the two
    |  • | Guard / Dog   |  ―| |__| |1|   | crates near the stairway so they can
    | 01 | Disk Axe      |   | |_  _   •| | be used as stepping stones to a vine
    | 02 | Power Bread   |   |    •   | | | wall in the east. Cross to the west
    | 03 | Tear Stone    |   |_ ―|―|――__| | by using the wooden arch, and start
    | 04 | Smoke Bomb    |   |  _|―     |_| going up the left side. There will be
    | 05 | Djinni: Waft* |   |_   _|  |_  | an actively patrolling warrior here --
    |____|_______________|     | |__ • ___| when his back's turned, dash to the
    | * - Frost Required |     |_   ______| crate and start pushing it in order to
     ――――――――――――――――――――        | START|   climb the next vine undetected. With
                                  ――|_|―    that goofball oblivious, getting the
                                            awesome [Disk Ask] should be a cinch.
     Use Lash to get over the screen's third and final sentry, and head south a
     bit to secure a way back (for return trips, etc.) North is the real way to
     go, though.
    
     The fourth encountered sentry can be bypassed by jumping over the flat-top
     trees, but to get the [Power Bread] chest, the sentry must be disposed of --
     this is done by dropping the cliff box on him when he momentaril stops. To
     get the other chest nearby, climb onto the cliff again and, when the mutt
     is north of the bottleneck, push the stump off to prevent him from going
     south; then, just saunter to the [Tear Stone] like it's no one's business!
     The cave nearby has a [Smoke Bomb], but the dog will alert the final guard
     in this area if it sees Felix. Solution? "Tremor" the outdoor box to knock
     the Bone off, stalling the pooch while Felix sneaks east.
    
     Finally, go through the tunnel and use the upper cliff to trek west, with
     the exit in that general area. The djinni of this place can't be gotten until
     Frost is obtained, so we'll be back in a short while...mwahaha. Kibombo is
     right north of the mountains. 
    
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    18) Kibombo                                                              [WK18]
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      |  ____________  |    |――――|――――――――――――――――|
      | |            | |    | 01 | Lucky Pepper   |
     _| |   _______  | |    | 02 | Psynergy Stone |
    |2| |  |       | | |    | 03 | Lucky Medal*   |
    |  _|__|__   __|___|    |____|________________|
    |  _|GREAT GOBOMBA |    | * - After G. Statue |
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    | |______   _______|―|  Since it's evening, there's very little to do here --
    |________   ___ ___  |  even the stores and inn are closed. Collect whatever
      | 3 |    |_ _|___| |  meager items are here and locate the Lash coil in the
      |_ _|        |_ _| |  SW of town, which should allow Felix to get up on the
      |___             | |  cliffs. Take them northeast to where the crowd is and
      |_ _| ___   |――――| |  cross west, using the hut roofs as makeshift stepping
      |   1|_ _|  |_  _| |  stones; then, exit north. After the offering events,
      |                  |  approach Piers and move the stump nearby -- he joins
       ――――――――|_|―――――――   the team at this point, although if the squad tries to
                            leave town, he remains behind as well.
    
     Piers comes with two mercury djinni of his own (Spring, Shade) and a little
     equipment: Battle Mace, Chain Mail, Iron Shield, Bronze Helm, Herb, Antidote,
     and an Elixir. Not too shabby, although he can equip everything Felix can so
     giving him an artifact weapon pays off. Follow around to the east side of the
     Gobamba Statue and use Scoop where the ground 'x' is, revealing a hidden
     passage!
    
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    19) Gabomba Statue                                                       [WK19]
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     ENEMIES: Doomsayer, Bone Fighter, Death Head, Spirit, Salamander, Red Demon
    
     Red Demons may drops Staffs of Anubis (unleash: Sarcophagus), a decent staff
     for one of the girls. They're weak to fire, for reference.
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      _____|  _|   ___ C|_____    _____|    D  |__ C|_____   ___ _|   |D  |   |H  |
     |  _  | |    |___| |  _  |  |     | |―――――   | |     | |  F|  _| |_ ― K  |―| |
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     |___| | |_  _|B|___|3|― _|  |_____| |_| | |4K| |_____| |  ―  |   | | |_
       |  _|____________|_| |          |_____|  ――  |        ―――――    | |_  |
       | |___|*|  |*|_____| |                 ――――――                  | |E| |
       |_____  |  |  _______|                      _                  |_____|
             |_|  |_|                  ______    _|L|_ _   _______     _____
         _____                        |J __  |  |J|   |K| |     K |   |_5  _|
     _  |ENTER|  _________________    | |__| |  |  ___  | |       |     | |
    |A|_|  ―――| |    _        |2  |   |__  | |  | |___| | |       |     | |
    |_  |―――| | | |  A| | | |_ ―| |    __| |E|_ |___   _| |_______|     | |
    | | | | | | | |_| |1| | |B  | |   |________|    |_|                 |L|
    |_____|___| |_____|_|  ―――――  |                                      ―
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    |――――|―――――――――――――――|  La-la-la-la-la-la gabomba! C'mon, we all thought that
    |  * | Pound Pillar  |  at some time or another. Through the first underground
    | 01 | Hard Nut      |  path, climb up ("A") into a small maze holding a
    | 02 | Bone Armlet   |  [Hard Nut] and [Bone Armlet] (the former being guarded
    | 03 | Elixir        |  by a mimic), then exit up to the next floor via the
    | 04 | Djinni: Steel |  "B" stairway.
    | 05 | Black Crystal |
    |____|_______________|  Here, the statue's mechanical innards are laid bare,
                            with cogs and sprockets obscuring the path, preventing
     Felix from advancing to the exit ("C") until he uses Lash for a forced stop.
     One floor up, ignore the isolated venus djinni and take the ladder ("D")
     upwards to another cog area.
    
     Here, there are two paths to take and a stairway ("E") we can ignore for now.
     Go down the left one and a mouse gives an exhibition on cog-hopping, a method
     of getting to new places by: (1) stepping on a red floor cog (2) riding it
     to its peak (3) jumping onto a laterally-moving cog (4) exiting by finding
     another red cog. This method is used to get to the rightmost path. Now, it
     doesn't matter which path is taken first, as they all lead down two floors
     and end up at a poundable pillar. Once both are taken, a new cog is set into
     place, reversing all of the statue's parts' directions.
    
     With the machinery working backwards, return to the floor with the "E"
     stairway, but don't go up just yet. Locate the left of the two pink cogs
     on the right side of the room and ride it downwards ("K"), landing right by
     the venus djinni (Steel) we left. It puts up a fight, of course. Backtrack
     to the "E" stairway when finished and ascend.
    
     Before, the red propeller pieces prevented our entry; now their reversed
     motion pulls us through the gap. Go up two floors to reach the pinnacle of
     the statue: Gobamba's cranium! Of course, instead of a brain, there's just
     some weird floor circuits, one of which is broken. After a scene, pound the
     pillar here to make the brown floor tiles levitate. Using the arrow tiles
     by the pound pillar, the brown conduit tiles will change position; when
     they're in the right place, pound them into place. The objective is to make
     a path for the red & blue orb to reach the center statue, and luckily, there
     is only one (easy) path to do it in.
    
     Successfully completing the pound puzzle will cue some events with Akufubu,
     who goes into a secret room. Follow him, inspect the statue for more scenes,
     and at long last, the [Black Crystal] is obtained and Piers joins permanently!
     The town shops are also open although we can get better stuff soon enough. 
    
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    20) Backtracking with Piers                                              [WK20]
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     Now that we have Piers, his Frost psynergy opens up some new doors. There's
     a few places we've already passed through that can use this skill.
    
    KIBOMBO MOUNTAINS [OPTIONAL]
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     Get: Jupiter Djinni (Waft)
    
     Enter the mountains from the west (Kibombo side) and you'll probably see
     the djinni on a high-up plateau. Use Frost on a nearby puddle, go up one
     tier to hop across, and use Growth to get near it. It has to be fought, so
     make sure to stun/sleep it to ensure victory!
    
    GONDOWAN CLIFFS [OPTIONAL]
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     Get: Healing Fungus
    
     [See walkthrough for map.] This item is obtained by climbing to the top tier
     of the cliffs, locating a puddle to Frost, and hopping across to a groove,
     which leads down to the chest. This item can be traded for a fire djinni in
     Madra! Note that this is the only fungus that works -- the dumber Laughing
     Fungus is the useless one.
    
    MADRA CATACOMBS [OPTIONAL]
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     Get: Moloch summon, Ruin Key, Apple, Lucky Medal, Mist Potion
    
     In addition to the items obtainable before, there's a bunch of others and
     a summon. The graveyard entrance is sealed up now so go through the town
     entry point, going down to the ruined town. Use Reveal to show a veiled door
     button, giving access to the rest of the place that the team couldn't prior.
     The [Apple] chest is easily accessible to start with. Move the vine pillar
     into its slot, and go east, jumping across the cliff to a point where one can
     use Lash. [NOTE: it's hard to see the cliff-jumping part so you may've walked
     past it!]. Using Lash, jump over the Frost puddle and into the 2F story of
     the old mansion. Use Tremor in the only room here to knock a treasure chest
     down below, then exit to the west cliff rim and take the [Mist Potion].
    
     Drop down to ground level and enter the house from the south. Go north once
     to get the [Ruin Key], which can be used in the B1 level (accessible one
     room east) to find the Moloch tablet, which needs 2 Mercury & 1 Jupiter djinn
     to be used. Finally, go upstairs and north to 2F, and follow that passage to
     a [Lucky Medal] chest. Bingo bango, we're done here!
    
    MADRA [MANDATORY]
    ―――――――――――――――――
     Get: Cyclone Chip
    
     Visit the mayor for a scene, then try to leave to obtain the [Cyclone Chip]!
     Before going, if you have a Healing Mushroom, give it to the grandpa in one
     of the houses and he'll trade it for a fire djinni (Char)! This is important
     because this is the 4th fire djinni accessible, and giving them all to Jenna
     will let her learn Healing Aura (heals entire party)!
    
    MADRA [MANDATORY?]
    ――――――――――――――――――
     Get: Golden Boots
    
     This is an event that can only be obtained by having transfered Golden Sun 1
     data, where Isaac's team talked to the Vault mayor and learned some thieves
     escaped. After doing Madra's mandatory part, said thieves will attack Felix's
     squad on the world map. If you've around Lv18+, these guys' challenge is
     comparable to a McDonalds placemat maze. The golden item can be found on the
     world map after the wusses leave forever.
    
    EAST INDRA SHORE [MANDATORY]
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     Get : Cookie, Elixir, Potion, Antidote, Oil Drop
     Foes: Aqua Jelly
    
     This is where Piers' ship is located, near Dehkan Plateau's east entrance,
     remember? Frost the puddle, collect the crate [Cookie], and jump to the ship.
     [NOTE: If you didn't visit Madra's mayor yet, that must be done first!] Once
     onboard -- by accessing the southern ladder -- it'll be time to visit the
     power station belowdecks, so head on in. An [Elixir] crate is nearby.
    
     There are a few monsters here that, when killed, turn into water puddles.
     These can be Frosted, and this tactic is used to get the [Potion] crate on
     a storage ledge. Go east of here and start killing as many of the monsters
     as you see, then frosting their puddles. Since they appear on the field and
     don't move, the pillar-moving aspect is pathetically easy. Past the largest
     room, there'll be another where a jelly is scared and hides under a walkway.
     Kill and frost it to hold up the walkway, then proceed to the room with a
     bunch of crates. Save here and inspect the only jelly nearby to start a
     boss battle!
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     | BOSS: Aqua Hydra |
     |――――――――――|――――――――――|――――――――――――|――――――――――|―――――――――――――|
     | HP: 2276 | EXP: 963 | Weak: Fire | $$: 1612 | DROPS: Vial |
     |__________|__________|____________|__________|_____________|
    
      • Drench [multi: water-elem damage]
      • Raging Floor [all: water-elem damage]
      • Slaver [multi: lowers DEF]
      • Triple Chomp [single: high phys damage]
    
      If Jenna has four fire djinni, she should know Healing Aura which can cure
      everyone's health -- and that's helpful, considering some of the powerful
      water-based multihit attacks the boss has. Unfortunately, the rest of the
      battle is rather prosaic and should pose little trouble. Later on, when
      bosses start getting more than one attack per turn, you'll start wishing
      for these good old days! It's possible to get by without summoning any
      djinni, but you may have to throw Jenna a Psy Crystal (or use Ether) if
      the battle draws out too long.
    
     Following battle, continue along and reach the lowest room. Douse the pillar
     and move it onto the slot, opening up the path to the Black Crystal's slot.
     For reference, that green chest in the boss' room is a [Mist Potion] but can
     only be obtained when the ship is docked: soon, it will be Lemuria, while
     later it'll be Atteka Inlet.
    
    ALHAFRA [OPTIONAL]
    ――――――――――――――――――
     Get : Psy Crystal
    
     If you looted the place before, there'll be some new items to claim. "Reveal"
     a [Psy Crystal] hidden in the town graveyard. 
    
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    21) The Eastern Sea                                          [OPTIONAL]  [WK21]
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     PREVIOUS TOWNS            ###――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――\
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     01: Daila               ##          #    __   #              \
     02: Madra              ##           ##  (17)   #          26  )
     03: Mikisalla          \            #       #  #             /
     04: Garoh               '-._         ########              ,'
     05: Alhafra    ____________/                             (―    # = Unpassable
     06: Namibwe  ,'    \11   ,'               _,'―――)         ―\       Reefs
     07: Kibombo ( 10 _,'  ―――               15 16_,'            \
                  \_,     _                  \__,'                )
               ,'――      (9)         #####                       /
              (                    ### 13###      __          ,-'
          /―――――\                  #   12  #     (14)         \
         /  7  ,'           _      ###   ###      24           )
        /     /    ____    (8)                            _,'―/ 
       /        ,-' 1  )                     27         /― 18/
      /  6  /25/      (_                               (19  /
     /     /  /         )           ___                   \/  NEW LOCATIONS
     )    /  /         /    __,'.__/ 5 \___,-'._           \  ―――――――――――――
    (    (_,'         (  ,-'                    '-._        ) 08: N Osenia Islet
     \___/|\_      2 ,'――\                    20    )      /  09: SE Angara Islet
          |  '-.___/―    '.               21     ,'       /   10: Champa
          |                )                    /        (    11: Ankohl Ruins
     Gondowan Cliffs      (    3               /          )   12: Sea of Time
    (To Western Sea)       ―'._       4      ,'          /    13: Lemuria
                               ―'._________,'           /     14: Sea of Time Islet
             __                  ##########            /      15: Izumo
            /23\                ##########            /       16: Gaia Rock
           /    ――――――――――――――――――――――|##  __        /        17: Treasure Isle
          /   __/―\_____/―\_________      (22)      /         18: Apojii Islands
         (___/                      \ |  ##        /          19: Aqua Rock
                                     ― ――――――――――――           20: Yallam
     Now that a boat's obtained, there's a whole bunch of     21: Taopa Swamp
     tiny optional things to do -- it's this fact that        22: E Tundaria Islet
     distinguishes itself from the previous section.          23: Tundaria Tower
     Any minor event or non-essential thing currently able    24: Islet Cave
     to be visited will be put in this section. Fleshed-out   25: W Indra Islet
     dungeons will get their own section after this, though,  26: Hagbone Mace* 
     so that's where you'll find 'em.                         27: Captain's Axe*
    
    BURIED TREASURE
    ―――――――――――――――
     Items #26 & #27 are items found at the bottom of shallows, and are rusted
     items that give paltry attack...until the team visits Yallam. There, they can
     pay the blacksmith to refurbish 'em, changing the pieces of crap into useful
     artifact weapons! 
    
    YALLAM     |――――| |――――|   |――――|――――|―|          |――――|――――――――――――――――|
    ――――――     |  2 |_|_ 4_|  _|_  _|_ 1_| |_|――――――| | 01 | Elixir         |
               |_________  |_|       6              | | 02 | Masamune       |
                _________|_    3        ―| | |______| | 03 | Antidote       |
               |           | |――――| |――――| |5|        | 04 | Oil Drop       |
               |_ _|_ _|_ _| |_  _| |_  _| |―         | 05 | Nut            |
               |_____________|___________| |          | 06 | 16 Coins       |
                                         |_|-ENTER    |____|________________|
    
     This sleepy backwoods town is renowned for its blacksmith Sunshine, who can
     forge raw materials into awesome equipment (all artifacts). The rest of the
     town isn't that impressive, but there are two things of note: (1) if/when
     the Orb of Force is acquired, the Masamune can be obtained by knocking down
     the log by Sunshine's, then Cycloning the field to reveal an entrance (2)
     the children playing in the right-hand park enact a boatsman's story, which
     is actually the method to navigating the Sea of Time to access Lemuria!
    
     The Masamune is an awesome weapon but the Orb of Force may or may not be
     obtained -- it depends on if Isaac's team got it in the first Golden Sun,
     and if an appropriate password was used to transfer it to this game.
    
    APOJII ISLANDS
    ――――――――――――――                                       _____
    |――――|――――――――――――――|         |―――|                 |     |  
    | 01 | Mint         |    |――――|_ _|      |―|―――|  |―   ―|C|    
    | 02 | Herb         |   _|_  _|   |______| |_4_|  |A|―|B|―       
    | 03 | 182 Coins    |  |______   ________   ___|   ―   ―
    | 04 | 32 Coins     |    |    | |  _|    | |   |  /―――――――|
    | 05 | Bramble Seed |    |_  _| |_| |_  _| |_ _|_/5/――――|_|
    | 06 | Djinni:      |    |3  ____  2          1    ―――|_|6|
    |____|______________|    |______ ―――――――――――――――――――| |B|―  
                                    ――――――――――――――――――|A|___|
                                                       ―
     What's there to do in the Apojii Islands, you ask? The answer: little to
     nothing! There are two main things, besides the crappy items around town:
     (1) the teardrop statue, once Douse-d, will activate the entrance to Aqua
     Rock (2) the jupiter djinni near the cliffs can be obtained via Sand psynergy,
     which is obtained at Gaia Rock. We'll come back for it -- just a head's-up.
     Despite the podunk nature of the village, it's got some useful artifact
     weapons (Dragon Axe for the win!) if you've got the moolah to shell out.
    
    IZUMO
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    |          ____|    | 01 | Festival Coat |  | 05 | Lucky Medal   |
    | |―――|―――|         | 02 | Antidote      |  | 06 | Elixir        |
    | |_ _|_ _| |―――――| | 03 | Antidote      |  | 07 | Water of Life |
    | |_   5 6|_|   | | | 04 | Smoke Bomb    |  |  * | Cave Entrance |
    |_  |_______ ―――  | |____|_______________|  |____|_______________|
      |     |   | |―――| 
       ―――| |___| |_ _|  In the vicinity of the mandatory dungeon Gaia Rock,
        |―            |  this sleepy little town is going through a crisis...so
      |―|――――| |――――| |  inflict more pain on the community by robbing them! The
     _| |_  _| |_ 4_| |  [Festival Coat] and [Water of Life] are the best things,
    |_                |  but to get the latter, y'need to find the hidden creek
      | |――――| |――――| |  path behind the inn. Shopwise, there's some excellent
      | |_  _| |_ 1_|2|  weapons (Shamshir, Ninja Blade) to get, but nothing else.
      |              3|  Some items can only be obtained with Cyclone, to wit.
       ―――――――――――――――
    CHAMPA
    ―――――― _   ____                _             _
          | |A|_ 6_|              |B|_    |―――|_|B|_|―――|   |―――|
          |        |______     ___|_  |_  |_  |  _  |   |   |   |_____
          | |――――――| 7  D |   |   |A|   |_  |_  |C|  _|―    | |  ___  |
         _| |_|―――|―――|―――|   |_  |  _|   |   |_ D _|       | | |___| |
        | |_  |_ _|_4_|_ _|     |  _|_|___|     |_|         |C|_______|
        |      ___       |      |_________|                  ―
        |―――|___  |――――|5|
        |_ _|3|   |_  _|―   Briggs' home town is on the southeast cost of the
        |_____  |______|    Angara, the continent explored in the first Golden
          ____| |__         Sun. This port town is rather uneventful at the
      ___|    | | 1|_       moment, but has a bunch of items to find, the best
     |   |_  _|2|__  |      of which is the [Viking Helm], Reveal-hidden in the
     |    ____   ____|      graveyard. The shop has a Demonic Staff as well, but
     |___|    |_|           it's cursed so I'd recommend against buying it -- the
             START          Blessed Robe is fine though. Other things of note:
    
    |――――|―――――――――――――|    • If the player used a password to carry over GS1
    | 01 | Viking Helm |      events, and there Isaac helped save Hsu, Feizhi
    | 02 | Golden Ring |      will appear here and give Felix a [Golden Ring],
    | 03 | Smoke Bomb  |      which she wants passed onto the real recipient.
    | 04 | Elixir      |      NOTE: Hsu and Ulmuch are the same person, but there
    | 05 | 12 Coins    |      is a weird translation issue here...
    | 06 | Smoke Bomb  |
    | 07 | Lucky Medal |    • Obaba, the grandmother-cum-blacksmith, won't see
    |____|_____________|      anyone until her grandson Briggs returns to Champa.
                              This relates to an event later...
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    22) Gobamba Catacombs                                        [OPTIONAL]  [WK22]
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     ENEMIES: Doomsayer, Bone Fighter, Death Head, Spirit, Salamander, Red Demon,
              Mad Plant
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                 |_   _| |       _________            | 01 | Djinni: Mud    |
          |―――――|  | |  _| _    |  _ __  _|_          | 02 | Mint           |
      _ __|_| | |  |3| |__|F|  _|_|F|_  __  |  _      | 03 | Game Ticket    |
     |E|      ) )  | |__    | |  ___|_ _  |_|_|E|     | 04 | Tomegathericon |
     | |  ___/2/   |______|_| | |  _  |  _|  ___|     |____|________________|
     |____   _/ _             |___| |_______|
     _____| |  |D|___
    |_   ___|  |___  |  ____   ,-In   Not surprisingly, the entrance to the
      | |___   |A1_| | |C |D|_|―|     catacombs is inside the Gobamba Statue,
      |___  |__|_|  _| |   ―|A| |     via the ladder opened in the chamber where
          | C|  _| |   |   B  | |     the Black Crystal was received.
          |―― B|  _|   |________|
          |________|                  In the first area, there's a bunch of plants
                                      that can be blown away by Cyclone psynergy,
     and the "Cyclone Pit" is introduced -- basically use the titular ability here
     to be sucked down a level or, later, sucked up a level. The "A" pit entrance
     is covered by overgrowth and is in the NE area, only reachable by Cycloning
     as close to it as possible. This should suck the team down to the next-lowest
     level, right by the venus djinni (Mud) who must be tamed physically. He likes
     to run so use Sleep, Paralysis, summon-rushing, etc. The real path to go is
     the "C" path, using the top floor's NW hidden pit.
    
     Follow this path to a new screen north of all the cyclone pits and uncover
     a [Mint] hidden in the cliff weeds. There's a Frost puddle hidden by weeds
     in the lower portion of the room, and that opens way to the "E" stairway,
     which requires Reveal to show. Westward, work upriver and bank left to find
     another Frost puddle obscured by weeds -- this connects the path to the "F"
     stairway.
    
     In the final area, Cyclone around to find a [Game Ticket] held by a Mad
     Plant. The statue at the far end of the room bestows the [Tomegathericon],
     which changes a character's class to Dark Mage, bestowing all kinds of evil
     voodoo psynergy!
    
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    23) Taopa Swamp                                              [OPTIONAL]  [WK23]
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     To locate this dungeon, exit north of Yallam and trek "counterclockwise" to
     find the place in a dead end.
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                  |1|       |  _|           _          _   _     _
                  | |―――|___| |___     _   |D|________|E| |D|_  |G|
                  |___   _  |  _  |  _|A|__|  ________  | | |G| | |_
                     _| |   |_|A| | |C|  ___   ) \ F    | |___| |  6|
       _______    __|  _|  _  | | | |___|   |_/   ――――――         ―――
      |START  \__/    |        ___|  _ _ _ _ _ ___ __   ENEMIES: Death Cap, Mad
       ――――――\____/―|_| |__/  |     |C| | | | |5 F/E/   Vermin, Cave Troll, Dire
           _____|_        __  |     |     | |4 ――― /    Wolf, Faery, Ghost Mage,
          |2          ________|      ―――|3| |_/――――     Undead
           ―――――|―   |                   ―
                 ――――          _ _____         _   _     _   _           _  ____
     |――――|――――――――――――――――|  |H|  _  |___    |H|_|I|   |I| |K|_   _   _|K|/    |
     | 01 | Tear Stone     |  |___| |___  |   |  _  |   | |_| | | | | |_  | /―| |
     | 02 | Cookie         |       _|B| | |  _|_  |_|  _|_  |_  | | |   |  /  | |
     | 03 | Bramble Seed   |   ___|  _| | | |J| |  _| |  _______| | |   ( (   ) )
     | 04 | Lucky Medal    |  |J _  |___| | |_____|   | |_ _______| |    )_)_( (_
     | 05 | Djinni: Flower |  |_| |_______|           |_  |    _  | |      |8| | |
     | 06 | Tear Stone     |                           _|___| | | | |      |_____|
     | 07 | Vial           |                          |  _____|_|  _|
     | 08 | Star Dust      |                          |7|         |
     |____|________________|                           ― ―――――――――
    
     Move into the second screen where a murky dock can be accessed, as soon as
     the stump is pushed off its perch. On the north side, use Whirlwind to access
     a small cave containing a [Tear Stone], which must be scooped out first. Now,
     getting through the swampwater will be impossible unless the player realizes
     that the bubbles stop Felix from drowning! Moving via the bubble clusters is
     the only way to proceed; try to cut across and Felix appears back at the
     dock stairway. Using this tactic, get the [Cookie] in the swamp's first area
     and then go almost straight east from there to reach the opposite stair.
     Taking the path by the whirlwind-able tunnel entrance leads to one isolated
     section of the dungeon; using Growth on the vine and taking the path leading
     from there goes to its own as well. The walkthrough will divvy 'em up like
     that.
    
    WHIRLWIND-TUNNEL ACCESS
    ―――――――――――――――――――――――
     Take the stair ("A") down to the B1 level which has some steam vents that
     alternate their puffs. If Felix is hit, he ends up in the B2 level that
     connects to the "C" stairway, although he may want to go there anyway 'cause
     a [Bramble Seed] hidden by weeds. Okay, y'got me: that incentive sucks. Cross
     the vents' path by biding one's time, and moving the stump in front of the
     final one. An unreachable venus djinni should be in plain sight on a cliff's
     edge. Go around to the other series of vents and bypass them, then move the
     log in front of one -- this doubles the power of another vent, pushing the
     djinni into the B2 area. To reach the djinni (Flower) and fight it, fall down
     the groove immediately east of the log-stuffed vent. It may run so use that
     ever-handy Sleep psynergy to stop that. Cyclone the ground underneath that
     ledge to find a [Lucky Medal] in the hands of a Mad Plant! Go up the "E"
     stair and down the "D" afterwards, which leads to a scoopable [Tear Stone]!
    
    GROWTH-TUNNEL ACCESS
    ――――――――――――――――――――
     Follow the "B" stairway down to the B1 level, going clockwise to a seemingly
     dead-end ladder-n'-vent puzzle. The trick here is the depression in the
     ground. When the steamvent ends, quickly use Douse to make a puddle and Frost
     to freeze it; then, scramble up and over before it melts -- the "H" stairway
     is nearby. [NOTE: If you somehow get pushed off by the ice-melting vent,
     Felix ends up in a normally inaccessible area below that gives a clue to how
     to beat that puzzle]. The "H" stair leads to a room with a Lash coil, but
     ignore it for the "I" stair.
    
     The subterranean cave is filled with lava and a steaming rock blocks the way;
     use Douse and push it into the floe to make a stepping stone. Proceed SW out
     of the screen to find more lava & stepping stones. Go past the vents and veer
     SW again, doing the old Douse trick to cool the stone. This connecs the path
     to the isolated [Vial] chest -- hooray! Do this stupid Douse trick a third
     time in the NE to return back to the 1st lava room. Locate the boulder on
     top of a pillar and use Tremor, which changes the lava floe's direction,
     opening up the "K" path that was blocked by the pond.
    
     In the lowest level, proceed to the final room with a lava rock. Douse it to
     cut its bright light, which shows a glowing spot in the NW corner. Scoop here
     to find the rare [Star Dust] raw material! And that's all there is to do in
     this dungeon...whee.
    
     NOTE: Sunshine can forge a Comet Mace -- among other things -- from the Star
     Dust, and it's an awesome weapon to get at this point in time.
    
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    24) Shrine of the Sea God [II]                                           [WK24]
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    |A ______ \  |―|_|――|  Remember: to get the final prize, you need to take the
    | |   |  ) ) |  ____|  Sea God's Tear from the Daila sanctum (Frost-required)!
    | | |    | |_| | _________     ___ _                _
    |___|    |   _/ |   |G|_  |  _|  J|F|______      __|B|_
        |_   |―) )  | | | | | | |I  | |  ____ A|    |      \ 
          |__) _/   | |___|_| |  ―|_    |____|_|    ) )―――\ \
          |  _/     |    |F   |     | |______  |   (   ―\_/ /
          |_  |      ―――― ――――      |_|______| |   _\ \____/
            |_|                       |B       |  |C| |D|
      _______            ____          ――――――――   |   __| |――――|――――――――――――――――|
     |  __  H|       ___|   _|__              _ _ |   E | | 01 | Djinni: Breath |
     |__  |__|      |    _____  | |――――――| |―|3|K| ―――――  | 02 | Rusty Staff    |
        | |_ ___   _| | |___|2| | |    K | | | | |        | 03 | Right Prong    |
        |   |  1| |H| |       | | | G    | |     |        |____|________________|
        |__   __| |_  |_|―――|___| |______| |_____|
           | |      | |_    _
          _|_|_     |_  |__|I|  When we last visited the shrine, we couldn't get
         |C _ D|      |______|  too far in because Frost was required to proceed,
          ―|^|―                 but now it's time to go all the way. In case you
           |E|   didn't bother before, there is a jupiter djinni (Breath) that
            ―    can be gotten here, by chasing it to the "1" location on the
     map, moving a torch along the raised gap, and forcing it into a corner. It
     has to be fought so save first, use paralysis/sleep, etc. This type of stuff
     should be old hat by now.
    
     The new part of the dungeon is found in the same room the djinni can be
     obtained in. Frost the puddles here to gain access to the exit ("H"), which
     leads to an easily-traversable pillar-hopping puzzle, seguing ("I") into a
     subterranean river. The trick to crossing is actually walking on the wooden
     bridges that break, which forms paths downriver. This strategy is also the
     way to collect the [Rusty Staff], which Sunshine can polish into a Glower
     Staff later on.
    
     The "I" pathway leads back into the dungeon's second room's isolated NW side,
     which can be reconnected to the other half. The final step ("J") leads down
     to a small pool housing a statue -- use Reveal to approach. Use the Sea God's
     Tear when inspecting it to obtain access to the [Right Prong], high atop the
     tower. [NOTE: If you don't have the Sea God's Tear, Felix will subtly connect
     the dots.]
    
     Luckily, this is the easiest of the three pieces to get -- the others are
     cooped up in some long ol' dungeons which we'll be visiting very, very soon.
    
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    25) Aqua Rock                                                            [WK25] 
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     ENEMIES: Man o' War, Roc, Faery, Virago
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               |  *   | |4    |   | |  |――――|―――――――――――――|   ENEMIES
      ______   |__    |_|―| |   |  _|  |  * | Water Rock  |   ―――――――
     |  __  |  ___| | |      _|_| |    | 01 | Nut         |    • Man o' War
     | |  |_|_|   | |___|_|_____  |    | 02 | Elixir      |    • Roc
     | |   !|___|   |     |   |3  |    | 03 | Oil Drop    |    • Faery
     | |____|  _____|    _| |  ―  |    | 04 | Mist Sabre  |    • Virago
     |__    | |         |_  |  ―| |    |  ! | To Interior |
      | | | | |           | |_|―|_|    |____|_____________|
     _| | |  1|        ___| |
    |_  |  ―――|_______|  ___|  To enter Aqua Rock, first visit Apojii Islands' 
     _| | |_| |  _____  |      village a little ways north of there and use Douse
    |_   _  |_  | |2  | |  _   on the teardrop statue. This clears the five moai
    |  ___|_  |_|  ―| | |_|*|  statues out of the way so one can starting scaling
    |_   _|  _  |___|_   ___|  the exterior.
    |_    |  !|     |_| |___
      | |―――――――――|  _|  _  |  Left of the entrance is the place where the team
      | |―| |START| |_| | | |  can start climbing. Moai fountainheads will either
      |  ―  |―|_|―|_____| |_|  drop continuous water streams (can't pass) or have
       ―――――                   alternating flows, which can be bypassed with a
     timed sprint. A little ways up, there's a cliff with two ladders, both going
     to the same landing above. The objective is to get the trunk there to block
     the right statue's continuous stream, which allows the left of the ladders
     to be climbed in full. Climb into the next screen to find an intraversable
     pond area; ignore everything except the waterfall here, which should be
     ridden down into the previous screen, landing near the [Nut] chest. Splash
     down that same waterfall to find a rocky partition stopping anyone from
     going further down that way!
    
     Start climbing southwest to find a dried-up moai. Using Douse on this sucker
     will kickstart its waterflow again, opening a path to the exterior's SE side.
     Douse the tear-shaped water rock at the cliff base to reverse one of the
     waterfalls' flow, then climb up the ladder-n'-fountain puzzle. There's an
     [Elixir] here in a dead-end, and a shortcut can be made by moving the pillar
     in range, but the exit lies in riding the backwards waterfall upwards! Yay!
    
     At the top of the waterfall, push the two frozen rocks into their depressions
     to make a way east, plus a way to the [Oil Drop] chest. A little further up,
     go west and locate the three Frost puddles. Now, when Felix's team goes to the
     northeast plateau, there will be a way to get west, to the [Mist Sabre] and
     screen exit, the latter of which leads back to the exterior-top pond. Douse
     the final water rock to create a vortex in the pond; jump into it to reach...
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    | AQUA ROCK INTERIOR                                                         |
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     FOES: Lizard Fighter, Sea Dragon, Roc, Man o' War, Faery, Virago, Ghost Mage
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         |E|___|_|___             |  _  |_| |― *   _|___| |  ―――| |
         |_____ > _  |____   _    | |_|_|  _|_____|     | |―――――| |
            ___|―|_|____  | |F|   |_  | |―|    _,Enter _| |___|― _|
           |   |_  |  |  _| | |     | |_| |  _| |___  |  _____| |___ _
           | |_____|  | |___| |     |___  | |1   _  |_| |     |  _  | |
           |_  |      | *     |         | |_|―| |_|___  |_____| |_|   |
          ___| |      |_____|_|         |_   _   _|   |_|     |_____| |
         |___  |                          | |_| |_______| |―\ (     ) )
         |  _  |                          |___     * _____|―   \___/ /
         | _  _|                              |_|―――|3|___|_|―\_   _/
         |   |4|_    _____                          |_____  |___| |
         | |_  |D|  |PARCH|       |―――――――|_              |_______|
         |_______|  |  H  |   _ _ |G| |―|  6| 
                    |_____|  |C|B|_―|_ ―|―――|           |――――|――――――――――――――――|
                       _     |  _|G|  |___| |__         |  * | Water Stone    |
                     _|E|_   |_|  _|     _|  __|        | 01 | Psynergy Stone |
                    |     |____|*|_    _|_  |           | 02 | Vial           |
                    |  _| |7    _  |__|F|_| |           | 03 | Crystal Powder |
               _____| | | |――__|_|__  |  ___|_          | 04 | Tear Stone     |
              |  ___   ―|  __  |8|  __  | |9| |         | 05 | Water of Life  |
              | |  _| |―| |  |_____|  |  ―| | |         | 06 | Potion         |
             _| | |  _ ―|_|     |H|   | |  ___|         | 07 | Lucky Pepper   |
            |5| |_| | | |       | |   | |___  |         | 08 | Aquarius Stone |
            |       |  _|_   _  | | |―| |  _| |         | 09 | Djinni: Steam  |
            |_______| |   | |D|_| | |   |_|   |         | 10 | Rusty Sword    |
                    |___| |_|___  |_| | |___| |         |____|________________|
                        |_______   ___|_______|     
                        |   10  | |                       
                        | |―――|___|
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                            |_|-To Aqua Rock Exterior (Lower Entrance)
    
     Enter the first pond area to find a [Psynergy Stone] waiting by the shore.
     The only option is to exit NE, as the other stepping stones lead nowhere for
     now. Continue along to another pond area, this one having a [Vial] chest. To
     get it, move the leftmost stump all the way to the east and the rightmost one
     all the way west. South of there, push the stump in front of the moai statue
     to drain the pool, then Frost some pools to continue southward. To get the
     crappy [Crystal Powder] chest, in the next screen's maze, take the SW route
     and find the item in the 1st pond room. However, the real way to proceed is
     taking the maze's NW area to the pond's east side. Douse the statue here to
     make a glittery path across the stepping stones, opening the NW exit. Beyond,
     get to the stump and push it (with Move) east once, blocking a steamvent and
     opening the next path. Finally, reach the room with the movable pillars and
     align them so, when the waterstone is Doused, the glittery path connects to
     the exit successfully. [NOTE: You need to Douse the dry statue first before
     the path works.]
    
     The next tier's path is straightforward, meandering a bit but ultimately
     leading under a tightrope and across some pool stepping stones. At the fast-
     -moving river, cross to the left side and move a stump east, so when Felix
     tries to go back east, he can land on it and get the [Tear Stone] chest. Down
     the stair ("D"), there stepping stones lead in three directions: west, east,
     and back north. Go west, young (wo)man!
    
     After doing the dumb Douse-the-statue puzzle and continuing north again,
     locate the dry pool with a movable stone and a Frost puddle. In order to
     get the treasure -- a [Water of Life] -- Frost the puddle and move the ice
     block one tile west, then fill up the pool; to reach the exit, push the ice
     block two spaces west and fill up the pool. Either way, Felix will re-enter
     the previous room, able to push the stump eastward and reach the "E" stair
     one screen up, by moving the stump to its designated slot. Back in the
     tightrope room, Felix can move eastward and, across some stepping stones,
     reach a room with a hole lotta movable pillars.
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    |  PATH DIAGRAM  |  Now, the player will notice that some pillars can't be
    |――――――――――――――――|  moved, so this should be a pretty easy trick to figure
    |            ,-> |  out. Either way, from the teardrop statue, the glittery
    | -->    ,->-'   |  beam should go: S > E > S > W > N > E > N > E. The north
    |   '-> -'       |  and southeastern fixed statues aren't used in this chain,
    |________________|  for reference. It's an easy walk to the exit ("F").
    
     Back down on the interior's lowest floor, shove the stump off its ledge (to
     reconnect the two pathways) and hop to the ledge that leads north. The chest
     that has a [Potion] along the way is actually a mimic, but oh well! Follow
     the path ("G" on map, although it's not a stairway; it couldn't be drawn
     properly!) to reach the infinite psynergy stone room which segues into the
     large cavern south of there. If you didn't access this place yet, good -- not
     a lot to do since the paths weren't connected. Dousing the waterstone here'll
     connect both sides of the room, so getting that dang [Lucky Pepper] can be
     done now. Additionally, the [Aquarius Stone] key item on the center platform
     can be accessed as well.
    
     Once said stone is obtained, exit the room via the SW door. Remember how I
     said the stepping stone path branched in three directions? This time, go in
     the north one (skipped previously) to re-enter the central chamber from its
     base. Inspect the vacant column and set the Aquarius Stone there, which will
     part the waters and give access to the secret room beyond. Inspect the tablet
     at the end and Piers will learn the Parch psynergy, which drains small pools
     of water of their contents. This has to be used to get out, actually.
    
     Aqua Rock is now complete, but there's two remaining things to get. Backtrack
     to the three-path stepping stone room and go to the south ledge. Use Parch
     here to obtain a [Rusty Sword], which can be turned into a Robber's Blade.
     The 2nd thing to do is obtaining a mercury djinni! Re-enter the chamber that
     held the Aquarius Stone and take the SE exit, which wraps counterclockwise to
     a moai statue's "river". Go up the river's right side and Parch the top of
     the statue, stopping the river and letting the djinni be approached. Since
     it tries to flee, employ any of the usual tricks to catching it (Steam).
    
     [Instead of warping out, go back to the Rusty Sword's location and just go
     south, which leads back to the exterior's lower entrance.]
    
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    26) Gaia Rock                                                            [WK26]
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     ENEMIES: Fire Worm, Wight, Golem, Clay Gargoyle, Gnome Mage, Dread Hound,
              Wood Walker, Mad Vermin
    
     If you've already been to Izumo -- see section WK21's map -- then you'll know
     that Gaia Rock is right on the other side of the island. There's no special 
     events to access it, so hit the dusty trail and infiltrate!
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           |―|_ ―|   |  ―|_|1|   |―| |              _|―|_|―|_        |      ___|
        ___|   | |  _| |_   ―| | |  _|             |_   _   _|        ―――| |
      _|   | |___|_ \_  _|―| | |  _|            _|―|_| |_| |    _|―|_|―|_| |_
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       | |_    | 01 | Apple         |           _| |_| |_|_|―|_|―|_|
       | , |   | 02 | Dancing Idol  |          |_   _   _|     ___
       |  _|   | 03 | Nut           |            |_| | |____  |  D|
      _| |     | 04 | Potion        | GAIA ROCK      |____  | |_ ―|________ 
     | . |     | 05 | Game Ticket   | INTERIOR   _______|  _|   | | * * *E |
     |_  |     | 06 | Rusty Mace    |           |  ___  | |     |  ――――――  |
      _| |_    | 07 | Cloud Brand   |    _______| |   |___|      ―――|  ――\―
     |  ___|   |____|_______________|   |     C | |_____ _          |―――\ \
     |#|  ___________ __________ _____  | |―――――| |  _  |B|         | |___/
     | |_|___   ___  |  ____   _|    _| |___|―     ___|___|         |_  |
     |___  | | |_   _| |_  _| |3| | |        ―――|A|               __|  _|_____
     |  ___| | | | |___  ||_  |   | |            ―               |C __|  ___  |
     | |_____| | | |___| | _| |―――| |                            | |     _|   |
     |_________| |_______||___ ―――  |   |――――|―――――――――――――――|   |_|____|  _|―|
                       _____ _|#|―――    |  * | Beam of Light |          | |B _|
         GAIA ROCK'S  |_    |___ ―|     |  # | Screen Change |          | | |
          EXTERIOR    |  _|  _____|     |____|_______________|          |___|
                      | |_______  |            _
                      |____ A ____|          _|D|_____   _
                           | |              | 4 |  *  | |E|
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                          START               |___________|
    
     Luckily for the player, Gaia Rock is the easiest and most straightforward of
     the elemental rock dungeons, so this shouldn't be much of an annoyance.
    
    EXTERIOR
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     Upon arriving, ignore the interior entrance and do the lame pillar-n'-cliff
     puzzle above, which has one moving the pillar off the cliff, going around to
     the other side to move it, then going back. Yawn! The next-highest screen has
     one item, a [Nut], accessible by climbing all the ladders and vines on the
     right side. Again, easy-peasy stuff. The NW part of this section is the real
     way to go, and you'll know you're on the right track when y'see a whirlwind
     statue hitting vines. This will make the vine move a bit, and is replicable
     by using Whirlwind psynergy when on a ledge -- this tactic will be employed
     a bit, actually, here and in future dungeons. Do this feat on the vine right
     down the face to reach a movable stump; once it's clear, go down to the base
     and work up to push it onto its holder, which clears the path to the next
     screen. Luckily, it's very straightforward and just requires Whirlwind a
     few times.
    
     Screen #3 is basically a long cliff face going upwards. The climb is semi-
     -perilous as certain sections of the ladder will knock Felix off when a
     moai pops outwards (one-time-only each). Avoid ladder "clusters" to reach
     the top without much nonsense, and go from the northwest corner into the
     middle portion. Move through the rock maze to the stump and continue across
     to find an [Apple] chest. Return back a ways and move that stump south, then
     go across again to find the mountaintop altar. Use Reveal to...err, reveal
     the [Dancing Idol]. Retreat to the base and go inside now.
    
    INTERIOR
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     NOTE: Each light beam you shine down on the boss will weaken its ability to
     regenerate health, which is important for the upcoming fight. It's nearly
     impossible without any help, while a lot easier if all (4) are focused.
    
     Place the Dancing Idol on the altar here to move back two hideous statues
     masking doors -- go right first. At the end of the route will be a weird
     patch of weeds which, when Cycloned, will create some moving platforms that
     can be accessed from the ledge. How to get to that ledge? Take the left of
     the two statues (from before), go across the leafy platforms, and continue
     north to find two more hellish statues. Blow away the leafy "+" mark to hit
     the boss with the first beam, then put the idol on the altar to hit it with
     the 2nd. Take the ledge NW to the "D" path.
    
     Nearby, the Mad Plant in the weed patch carries a [Potion]. Go south to a
     room with a lateral-placed ladder series, but ignore it for a second. The
     lower door leads to the altar just passed, and activating it hits the boss
     with the 3rd light beam. Now, cross the wall ladder eastward and find the
     dead-end room where an altar's caught in a cobweb. Cyclone it to plummet it
     to the room below, then follow after and activate said altar, hitting the
     boss with the final (4th) light beam. Now to advance to the serpent!
    
     Retreat to the entrance and take the middle path, which eventually leads to
     a two-stump moving puzzle in cramped quarters. Move the nearest stump two
     tiles north and one east, then move the other along until it can be put in
     the other alcove. There'll be a maze nearby where a single plant lies in
     the middle of a crossroads, and using Growth makes it point in one of four
     directions -- the direction to take. This tactic has to be done fourteen
     times, lamely, and there's a [Game Ticket] and [Rusty Mace] along the way,
     the latter of which can be polished into a [Demon Mace] in Yallam. After the
     long walk, the boss room should be located.
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     | BOSS: Serpent |
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     | HP: 3536 | EXP: 1995 | Weak: Wind | $$: 2898 | DROPS: ---- |
     |__________|___________|____________|__________|_____________|
    
      • Cure Well [self: heals HP]
      • Briar [multi: earth damage]
      • Recover # HP [self: heals HP]
      • Black Ice [multi: earth? damage]
      • Quake Sphere [multi: earth damage]
      • Mighty Press [single: physical damage]
      • Toxic Breath [multi: earth? damage + %Poison]
    
      Assuming you turned on all the light beams to weaken the boss, it'll only
      be able to heal a 30HP/turn and, additionally, it only gets 2 attacks of 3!
      At this point, simply using Healing Aura once in awhile will be enough to
      get by, with the only things capable of screwing up the plan being (1) two
      Mighty Presses in a row (2) Toxic Breath poisoning multiple people (3) Jenna
      running out of HP. Flower and Ether can help with #2 and #3, respectively,
      and keeping HP above 200 toward the end of the fight helps with #1. Tactic-
      -wise, spamming Ragnarok and Diamond Dust works well, while Sheba buffs the
      party out (High Impact & Resist) and gets off a wind summon, if y'think she
      can handle it. Again, djinni summons aren't needed but can expedite the
      battle if you wanna bumrush the snake.
    
     Afterwards, Felix can learn Sand psynergy by inspecting the tablet there.
     Use this to get behind the serpent's desiccated corpse and inspect the east
     part of the puddle to obtain the [Cloud Brand]. The hint to getting this is
     actually given by Susa back in Izumo, but this'll save a long boring trip
     through the maze. Either way, that's all there is to do here!
    
     NOTE: Back in Izumo, give the Dancing Idol to Lady Uzume to get a free mars
           djinni (Coal)!
    
    IZUMO RUINS [OPTIONAL]  [WK27]
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     Enemies: Any monster found in Gaia Rock + Gressil (drops Otafoku Mask)
    
     With the new Sand psynergy, locate the weird column structure northeast of
     town and move the leftmost once. Use Reveal to find a newly-opened trapdoor
     that leads down into the ruins! Frost the nearest puddle and tunnel under
     the Poundable sticks to get the other. At the fork beyond, steer right, pound
     a stick, tunnel under, and move the tree trunk in place; then, go left at the
     fork and exit.
    
     Downstairs, go north and curve around to the [Phantasmal Mail], then return
     and pound the stepping-stone stick to go leftward to a pond. Use Piers' Parch
     psynergy (gained at Aqua Rock) to drain the pond, which leads to the Ulysses
     summon tablet (2 Mercury, 2 Mars).
    
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    28) Islet Trading Sidequest                                  [OPTIONAL]  [WK28]
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     This sidequest involves all the little inlets & islets in the eastern ocean,
     which themselves have little to do there, unless you're going in the right
     order! Now that the team has Sand and Parch psynergy, the main part of the
     quest can be completed.
    
     [01] - E. Tundaria Islet
          - Items: Lucky Medal
    
          Mind Read the penguin to learn its mate has hurt her leg across the
          water and can't swim back. Jump across the mini-icebergs and get up on
          the log ledge -- when it's pushed off, move Pengulina across it and
          the male penguin gives Felix a [Pretty Stone] in return.
    
     [02] - SE Angara Islet
          - Items: Lucky Medal
    
          Push the uppermost box off the cliff, then two spaces east of the Frost
          puddle. This way, the 2nd box can be pushed onto it, and once the puddle
          is frozen, the team can scale the vine. Mind Read the bird and exchange
          the Pretty Stone for the [Red Cloth]!
    
     [03] - N Osenia Islet
          - Items: Lucky Medal
    
          Use Sand outside to tunnel under the pots into the cow's pen, then Mind
          Read it to learn it wants the bird's hankerchief. Agree to part with it,
          and gain the [Milk] in return!
    
     [04] - West Indra Islet
          - Items: Lucky Medal
    
          Locate the dog in the shallows and Mind Read to learn it's thirsty, so
          use Parch psynergy to turn it into dust! ...Just kidding. Give it the
          newly-acquired Milk to earn a [Li'l Turtle]!
    
     [05] - Sea of Time Islet
          - Items: Lucky Medal
    
          In the southeast corner of the islet is a turtle, who reveals his severe
          loneliness when mind-read. If you have the Li'l Turtle from the previous
          owner, hand him over and the turtle will show you Felix his secret spot
          in return.
    
     The secret spot is actually the reef-enclosed Islet Cave, inaccessible by
     normal means. The place is rather simple to proceed through, so getting the
     [Turtle Boots] and [Rusty Staff] will be easy as pie. There's also an earth
     djinni here, although it's got high AGL and a penchant for fleeing ASAP, so
     it can be a hassle to catch. It (Meld) will be tamed after an arduous battle!
    
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    29) Tundaria Tower                                                       [WK29]
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     Tundaria Tower is on that southern strip of tundra, all the way in the west;
     that's a long walk from the eastern beach! If you still can't find the spot,
     check the map in section [WK21]. NOTE: Before entering the tower, go SW into
     a dead-end mountain pass and see if y'can capture the wild jupiter djinni
     (Wheeze).
    
     FOES: Magicore, Dinox, Squirrelfang, Living Armor, Needle Egg, Stone Soldier,
           Harridan, Minotaurus        _________               _______
                                 _____|  _____  |        _____|1      | 
     |――――|―――――――――――――――――|  _|  ___  |_   _| |_      |      ―――――  |_
     |  * | Reveal Wall     | |     | 8 9 |_|10 11|  _  |  ―|―――――――| |A|
     | 01 | 365 Coins       | |  *  |―――――|7|―――――| |A| |_  |  _  |― ___|   _
     | 02 | Mint            | |_   _|― _ ―| |―   ―|_| |   | |_|B|_| |   ___|B|___
     | 03 | Crystal Powder  |   | |_  | |_   _|―| |  _|   | '    2| |  |C|  _  |D|
     | 04 | Hard Nut        |   |_____|   | |   |_____|   |_,_______|  |   |E|   |
     | 05 | Djinni: Reflux  |            START                         |―      |―
     | 06 | Burst Brooch    |      _ _ _                               | |_____|_ 
     | 07 | Center Prong    |     |4|3| |                              |_   F  5 | 
     | 08 | Sylph Feather   |  ___|_   _|  _____   _______               |_______|
     | 09 | Lucky Medal     | |  _______| |  _  | |  ___  |    _         _ _
     | 10 | Vial            | | |_|E|D  | |_  | |_| |_  | |   |I|___    |I|6|_
     | 11 | Lightning Sword | |_ C| |_| |  _| |  _  | | | |  _|  *  |_  | |_  |
     |____|_________________| |G|―| | | | |G| | |_|_|_| |H| |J|_   _|H| |___  |
                              |  ―   ―  | |___|_________|_| |_________| |J  | |
                               ―――|F|―――                                 ―|___|
                                   ―
     Once inside, Parch the two pools on the ground floor to open up the paths
     they cover. The lefthand one leads nowhere in particular now, so take the
     remaining to the exit ("A") to F2. Visit the south iced-over room and slide
     to the [Mint] chest, then backtrack one room and go north to the [365 Coins]
     chest. Continue west here, which eventually leads back to the iced-over
     room's west side -- slide a bit here to get access to the "B" stairway.
    
     Here, there are three stairways (C,D,E) to take. Go up "C" first, which'll
     lead to a [Hard Nut] and [Crystal Powder] chest. Backtrack and bit and go up
     "E", which, after sliding down the "F" hole, lands one floor down near a
     fire djinni (Reflux). To reach the sucker, slide: WNENWSENE. Heal up 'cause
     it has a lot of high-tier fire psynergy at its disposal. Exit the room and
     go up the "D" stairway this time, which gives access to the "G" stairway one
     room above.
    
     Eventually Felix will stumble upon a room with an isolated ledge entrance,
     three stumps, and two frozen ponds. In the right pond, pound the two pillars
     farthest away from the center ledge, and move the stump there S,W,N -- now
     move one of the ledge pillars east. In the left pond, move the stump W,N,E
     and push the other pillar out of the door's way, giving access to the next
     floor ("H"). Continue until coming to an icy wall with a secret Reveal door;
     climb all the way up to the top of the tower! The [Burst Brooch] will bestow
     the titular psynergy; use it to destroy the stopped-up door nearby and Retreat
     to the entrance.
    
     Back on F1, head straight into the middle room and Burst open the icicle to
     get the [Center Prong]. That completes the required portion of this dungeon,
     but going through the left door (that was formerly obscured by water) leads
     to another ice wall with a crack -- use Burst here. Now the team can collect
     all the rest of the treasures (#8-11), the best of which are the [Sylph
     Feather] and [Lightning Sword].
    
     NOTE: The Sylph Feather can be forged into Aerial Gloves which highly boost a
     character's AGL -- this is useful for slowpokes like Jenna/Piers.
    
    ALHAFRA      [WK30]
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     In order to do the upcoming Champa events, Briggs must escape from his cell
     in Alhafra; and before that, the ship must be cleared of its clutter. If you
     Pound-ed the stake and cleared the debris off the mast earlier, there should
     only be one thing left: the boulder weighing the mast down. Use Burst on it
     and try to leave, which cues some events. Check the harbor afterwards and the
     escapees manage to get out.
    
     Before going to Champa, go back to the Alhafran Cave and get the three last
     treasures in the mayor's stockpile: [Psy Crystal], [777 Coins], [Potion]!
     Backtracking to Briggs' cell can earn a [Power Bread] as well.
    
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    31) Ankohl Ruins                                                         [WK31]
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     To find the ruins, disembark at the beach a little east from Champa's.
    
       _|―――――|  _____           _ _____________   _ ___
      |_  |E| | |  ___|         |5|_______   _  |_|G|  G|  
      |_  |  _| | |K|6|         | |___|F| | | |     | |―     ENEMIES
        | |_|I|_| |L| |_______  |  ___  | | | |     | |      ―――――――
        | |  _____ ― _______  | | |___| |_| | |_____|H|       • Living Armor
        | |H  |  M| |   |   | | |___  |_____|        ―        • Harridan
        |_  |―|―――| |_  | |   | | 4   |  _____     _____      • Wood Walker
          |_  |  N|  D| | |   |  ―――――  |O    |   |O    |     • Minotaurus
            |___|―|_|―――| |―――     _    |     |   |  8  |     • Squirrelfang
     _     _     _|7  | | |    _ _|F|   |_   _| _ |_____|     • Dinox
    |I|___|L|   |J|―――| | |   | |   |     | |__|N|         
    |  _____|   |  ―――    |  _| | |―――|   | |  __|         
    | |  M  |    ―――――――――  |  _| | | |   | | |        |――――|――――――――――――――――|
    |_      |               | |3 _ _| |   |___|        | 01 | Muni Robe      |
      |_____|               | |_|2|B| |    ___         | 02 | Thanatos Mace  |
               ___          |  ___|___|   |K  |        | 03 | Power Bread    |
              |_  |_______  | |  ___  |   |―| |        | 04 | 365 Coins      |
           11-| |_______  | |   | A   |  _| | |_       | 05 | Vial           |
              | |10_|E|_| |_ ――― ―――――  |D| | | |      | 06 | Sylph Feather  |
           _  | | | | | | |9|         _ |_  | | |      | 07 | Potion         |
         _|B|_|  ___   ___  |____    |1|__|_  | |      | 08 | Left Prong     |
       _|_ ___  |   | |   |____  |  _|  __  | | |      | 09 | Crystal Powder |
      |A| |___| |―|_   _|―|  C | | |J| |__| | | |      | 10 | 135 Coins      |
      |_________|   |_|   |  ――  | | |  C |   | |      | 11 | Nut            |
                   START   ――――――  |  ――――――――  |      |____|________________|
                                    ――――――――――――
     Enter the ruins (ignore overgrown doors -- they don't hold anything) and
     locate the chamber with the huge stone faces. The middle one has its
     center piece removed, clueing the player into removing the completed statues'
     similar portions. Do this to all and find the [Crystal Powder] and [135
     Coins] chests, and finaggle around to the [Nut] chest. After all that, take
     the SW path to the "A" stairway.
    
     Follow along, use Sand when needed, and claim the [Thanatos Mace] before
     continuing north. At its end, push the statue's fragment into place, making
     it spew sand. Backtrack down one floor and enter the "B" stair, leading back
     up to the same area as before, just on the east side. Claim the [Power Bread]
     and burrow under the sand, heading north to the "F' stairway.
    
     The corridor beyond twists to a [365 Coins] and a [Vial], the latter which
     requires a little more work. Toward the NE section of the tier, find the
     room with a button that continuously raises the sand. Quickly move to the
     2nd button to open the exit ("G"), which goes to the next ("H"). Here, move
     the left part of the statue into place and move the stump out of the way
     before going inside.
    
     Head all the way east and push the stump out of the way, which opens up the
     path from the "D" stairway. Retreat to the 1F chamber with all the face
     statues and exit SE, which leads to the "C" stairway -- collect the [Muni
     Robe] along the way -- and find the "D" near a long corridor. This time, Sand
     under the previously-moved stump and continue east, getting a [Sylph Feather]
     behind an overgrown door, and enter the sand-n'-button puzzle room. The
     same concept as before applies, but y'gotta be quicker! Along the way, get
     the [Potion] chest seen previously and go down the "J" path, which loops back
     toward the "D" path's lower entrance. Complete the statue to make it...get
     evil eyes? Hmm.
    
     Retreat, take the "C" path back up toward the newly-completed face, and see
     what's happened to it: now when Felix approaches, it bumrushes and tries to
     push him back. To bypass this boobytrap, run to the sandy stripe and burrow
     (with Sand, of course) before it can push back; then, enter the door it
     blocked to reach the exit ("K"). Follow the paths to their end, where a
     statue's right half is fenced in. "Reveal" a hole in the middle and push it
     there, then head down and complete the last unfinished statue to make a
     sandflow.
    
     Retreat for the final time, go up the "E" path, and reach the newly-completed
     sandflow. Go to its base, use Sand to start climbing it, and get to the "N"
     path. From here, it's a simple climb to the [Left Prong], which should be
     the final piece collected if y'followed this walkthrough. That's all there is
     to do here now!
    
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    32) Champa                                                               [WK32]
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           _   ____                _             _
          | |A|_ 6_|              |B|_    |―――|_|B|_|―――|   |―――|  BOSS
          |        |______     ___|_  |_  |_  |  _  |   |   |   |___/_
          | |――――――| 7  D |   |   |A|   |_  |_  |C|  _|―    | |  ___  |
         _| |_|―――|―――|―――|   |_  |  _|   |   |_ D _|       | | |___| |
        | |_  |_ _|_4_|_ _|     |  _|_|___|     |_|         |C|_______|
        |      ___       |      |_________|                  ―
        |―――|___  |――――|5|
        |_ _|3|   |_  _|―   |――――|―――――――――――――|   |――――|―――――――――――――|
        |_____  |______|    | 01 | Viking Helm |   | 05 | 12 Coins    |
          ____| |__         | 02 | Golden Ring |   | 06 | Smoke Bomb  |
      ___|    | | 1|_       | 03 | Smoke Bomb  |   | 07 | Lucky Medal |
     |   |_  _|2|__  |      | 04 | Elixir      |   |____|_____________|
     |    ____   ____|      |____|_____________|
     |___|    |_|
             START      With Briggs having escaped back to Champa -- if he didn't
                        you need to do the [WK30] portion of the guide -- meet
     with him at the cave entrance and follow him up to the top, where his granny's
     forge is. There'll be a boss fight here of all places, although there'll be
     the option of leaving first (the boss is mandatory however).
      _________________
     | BOSS: Avimander |
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     | HP: 3792 | EXP: 2176 | Weak: Watr | $$: 1330 | DROPS: Potion |
     |__________|___________|____________|__________|_______________|
    
      • Guard [self: raise DEF]
      • Impair [single: lower DEF]
      • Star Mine [all: non-elem damage]
      • Fiery Blast [multi: fire-elem damage]
      • Fire Breath [multi: fire-elem damage]
      • Heat Stun [single: damage + %Paralysis]
    
      Generally, using Odyssey/Diamond Berg for the men, Healing Aura for Jenna,
      and buffing/attacking for Sheba works well. Boosting the team's RES pays off
      a lot, particularly for the high-damage Star Mine -- getting hit with two
      of those in a row can be very fatal! As long as everyone can be healed in
      one go, this battle isn't that hard...just recover from Heat Stun quickly,
      particularly if Jenna's the victim.
    
     After a long talk about how Briggs is a ninny, talk with the grandmother. If
     you've collected all three prongs (from Shrine of the Sea God, Ankohl Ruins,
     and Tundaria Tower), she will forge them into the mythical [Trident], a
     mandatory item for passing the Sea of Time. This is an equippable item and
     gives +20 Water RES, so it's good for, say, Jenna. Also, this item can be
     used to damage in battle without ever being used up -- schwing!
    
     Now, the Sea of Time is the part of the Eastern Ocean that is all misty and
     appears clouded on the world map. To reach Lemuria, it must first be
     navigated -- locate the south entrance landmarked by two weird rocks.
    
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    33) Sea of Time                                                          [WK33]
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      To Lemuria
          |                     The Sea of Time is the stopgap "dungeon" that
         |―|                    prevents easy access to the long-lost city of
       |―   ―|                  Lemuria. Fierce whirlpools and dangerous currents
       |     |-Boss: Poseidon   abound, it's impossible to get through without
       |     |                  knowing the trick. In fact, if y'visited the park
    |――――| |―   # - Current     in Yallam, the songs the kids act out actually
    |  ____|                    detail the correct path to take.
    |6|         |―――――|――――|
    | #         | 3        |    Either way, the point is to circle around the tiny
    | #        _|          |    volcano cones (glitter comes out of them if it's
    | ######################    being done right) until they temporarily calm the
    | #       |   | | #  2 |    rapids -- this is the window to get past them!
    | #    ___|4      #    |
    | #___|     #######    |    The map at left details the correct path to take,
    | #         #―――――#――  |    with the numbers denoting volcanos and the hash
    | ## 5     ## 1   #    |    marks (#) denoting the currents. In order to get
    |__#   |   #      ##   |    past the whirlpools, the player must use good ol'
       #――― ―――#――|_|― #―――     centrifugal force, using the spin of the whirlpool
       #       # START #        to throw them in the right direction.
    
     Once the correct path is known, advancing isn't that hard -- in fact, the
     last stretch is ridiculously easy. Now, for the boss here, make sure to equip
     the Trident on someone (having it in the inventory ain't good enough)
      ________________
     | BOSS: Poseidon |
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     | HP: 4905 | EXP: 2930 | Weak: Fire | $$: 3762 | DROPS: Psy Crystal | ATK x2 |
     |__________|___________|____________|__________|____________________|________|
    
      • Ply Well [self: heals HP]
      • Deluge [multi: water-elem damage]
      • Water Grave [all: water-elem damage]
      • Ice Missile [multi: water-elem damage]
      • Typhoon Blow [single: water-elem damage]
      • Ocean Fist [single: water-elem damage + %HP-to-1]
      • Counter Rush [self: physically counters each character's if they attack]
    
      To be honest, this fight is a bit overhyped: as long as you can heal all
      allies and raise RES a bit, the fight is very tolerable. There's two things
      that normally screw up a solid gameplan: (1) Poseidon is invincible until
      the Trident is used on him, and of course, it must be equipped first for
      that to happen! (2) if Poseidon leads off with Ocean Fist and gets its
      auxiliary effect to work, and follows it up with a kill shot, that can
      really be annoying, especially if it's on Jenna! The second one can be
      recovered from if y'work fast, though. Like the previous boss, spamming
      Odyssey and Diamond Berg works best, while Jenna heals (every turn) and
      Sheba attacks/stat-buffs. RES-boosting is very useful here, although some
      prefer to expedite the fight by summon-rushing at the start -- it can be
      useful but risky, depending on one's AGL.
    
     With Poseidon deep-sixed, head north to find Lemuria. After docking, "Move"
     a statue out of the way to see some scenes -- after, it'll be time to walk
     freely!
    
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    34) Lemuria                                                              [WK34]
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                                  [2,3]
                                To Palace
                                ___| |___           
                               |4        |         OPTIONAL THINGS TO DO IN TOWN
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    | 01 | Hard Nut    | |     |_|_   _|_|          • Use the Fountain! Throw in
    | 02 | Lucky Medal | |_   _|5        |  ___       Lucky Medals to obtain cool
    | 03 | Grindstone  | |_   _|―――| |―――| |   |_     artifacts, such as the 
    | 04 | Star Dust   |  _| |_|_ _| |_ _|_|_ _| |    Hestia Blade and Crown of
    | 05 | Bone        | |_____           ___ 6 _|    Glory.
    | 06 | Rusty Sword | |    ||_  |_|  _|   | |
    | 07 | Lucky Medal | |    |__| |_| |_____| |    • Use "Scoop" on flower gardens
    |____|_____________| |_______     7|  ___  |      butterflies flutter around,
                       _      _  |_   _| |   | |      often finding items hidden
                     _|A|__  |A|_ _| |_| | |― 1|      inside. The [Rusty Sword] by
                    |____  | |_  |_   _|_| |___|      Lunpa's house can be shined
                     ____| |   |_______|              into a Corsair's Edge later.
                    | SHIP |
                     ――――――   Now, as for the mandatory stuff, visit the castle's
     front and then Piers' uncle's house in the town square. Piers will leave the
     party temporarily; the uncle suggests visiting Lunpa, the legendary thief,
     who lives in the town's east tower. Try to enter the lower door and Lunpa
     will open the 2F window -- use Lash to climb up (or, if Piers has the Lash
     Pebble, Lunpa berates everyone and lowers a rope). Either way, talk with the
     famous thief and the way to the castle opens after a long dialogue. There'll
     be another scene with King Hydros and Conservato, but after, it's time to
     collect the [Grindstone] that bestows Grind psynergy. [NOTE: Although there
     was talk of banishment, it's possible to freely come and go here.]
    
     The Grindstone can sink those massive brown boulders that fill straits and
     such, such as the ones at Gondowan Cliffs! That is the entrance to the
     Western Sea.
    
    ANCIENT LEMURIA     [OPTIONAL]
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     In the docking area of Lemuria, instead of taking the eastern one that
     leads to town, go the northwest one (past a Grindable stone). Enter the
     flooded section of Lemuria with all the weeds. Cyclone the westernmost (past
     a fence) to uncover a water djinni who hides in the statue nearby. Tremor it
     to knock it free and claim it (Rime) as your own, no fights required!
    
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    35) The Western Sea                                          [OPTIONAL]  [WK34]
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          /  16               __ ##     | 01 | Gondowan Cliffs (W. Sea Entrance) |
         /                   (12) #     | 02 | SW Atteka Islet                   |
        /       )――――――――――)       )    | 03 | Atteka Inlet                      |
       /      )―  7 8    _'      ,(     | 04 | Contigo                           |
      /      (        _,'      ,'  \    | 05 | Jupiter Lighthouse                |
     /       6\_____,'        '9   /    | 06 | Hesperia Settlement               |
    (                      ,'    ,'     | 07 | Shaman Village Cave               |
    |        __,-.___    ,'    ,'       | 08 | Shaman Village                    |
    |       (   5    \  ( ___,'         | 09 | Loho                              |
    |        )        )  )   '._,'.     | 10 | Magma Rock                        |
    |        (        |  |11     /      | 11 | Gondowan Settlement               |
    |         \    4  (  (   10 (       | 12 | Kalt Island                       |
    (          \_      )  )      \      | 13 | Prox                              |
     \         (3)    /\   \      )     | 14 | Mars Lighthouse                   |
      \         \ \__/      )    (      | 15 | Rusty Sword (Pirate's Sabre)      |
     __)  17     \____/     |     )1(   | 16 | Rusty Staff (Goblin's Rod)        |
     '.                          /  |   | 17 | Rusty Sword (Soul Brand)          |
       '.                    \__/   '.  |____|___________________________________|
         \                            '. 
          \                             '.__________   CONTINENTS
         ,'―                                    ####   ――――――――――
        (  2 _/                 _     15        ####   Northern: Hesperia
         \  /##                / \              ####   Central : Atteka
          ――   ##             (   ――――――――――――――――――   Eastern : Gondowan
                 ##############\___,-.______________  
    
     The second portion of this optional section involves scouring the western
     ocean, which also has some small things to do.
    
    SW ATTEKA INLET
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     Items: Dragon Skin
    
     Push the lower stump into the water, then the upper box off the cliff -- the
     [Dragon Skin] chest is now accessible. We can return here later for a random
     jupiter djinni, but may not need to -- more on this later.
    
    HESPERIA SETTLEMENT
    ―――――――――――――――――――
     Items: 166 Coins
     Djinn: Tinder (Fire)
    
     To get the djinni, use Growth on the left vine and climb to the cliff's top.
     Push the crate down the leftmost gap, then push it "right" off the cliff.
     At the cliff bottom, move it right once and climb to the djinni, who joins
     without any fuss.
    
    KALT ISLAND
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     Items: Apple
     Djinn: Gel (Water)
    
     A mercury djinni sits in plain sight on a cliff, but is only accessible by
     doing the braindead ice-sliding puzzle (sorta like the Imil one in Golden
     Sun) to a Lash spool. This one also joins without any hullabaloo. There's
     an Apple in the tree here but can't be obtained without Catch psynergy...
    
    WORLD MAP [HESPERIA]
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     Djinn: Petra (Earth)
    
     The Hesperia continent is the large northwest one, obviously containing the
     Hesperia Settlement. At the northeast beach, go southwest down the left river
     (ignore bridge) and disembark to the left when a mountain is reached. This
     djinni appears right near the disembark point.
    
    WORLD MAP [ATTEKA]
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     Djinn: Core (Fire)
    
     To find this rogue fire djinni, go to the Atteka continent's northwest beach
     and go southeast along the riverside, until reaching a dead-end forest
     surrounded by the river (or, dock at the west beach and run northeast to
     reach the same place). Our fiery friend randomly appears here, although it
     may be awhile if yer unlucky... [Coincidentally, this forest is almost shaped
     like a djinni!]
    
    GONDOWAN SETTLEMENT
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     Items: Lucky Medal
    
     A tombstone here has Lucky Medal, and if you Cyclone the bushes, there's a
     secret entrance to a Star Dust chest. Nothin' else, though. Note the place's
     proximity to Magma Rock, which we'll be visiting in the not-so-distant future.
    
    ATTEKA INLET
    ――――――――――――
     Items: Vial
    
     To get the Vial, enter the tiny settlement and walk over the gateposts,
     which returns to the 1st screen via cliffside. In a little while, we can
     return here and get the djinni (Geode) hiding under a bush blocked by the
     Lift-required boulder.
    
    CONTIGO
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         ___|_  _|2|___ _ __               | 01 | Corn         |
        |_    _____|_ _|4| _|_             | 02 | Bramble Seed |
          |   ___   ___       |-To Anemos  | 03 | Djinni: Salt |
       |――――||_ _| |_ _| ___|―   Sanctum   | 04 | Power Bread  |
      _|_  _| 1         |_ _|              |____|______________|
     |___     ___   ___     |
     |_ _|   |_ _| |_ _|――――――――|  Northeast of Atteka Inlet is the landlocked
     |__________________      3 |  city of Contigo, renowned for its parlor games
                        |_ENTER |  (all of which were in the 1st Golden Sun) and
                          | |―――   its connection to the long-lost peoples of
                                   Anemos. For now, there's not that much to do
     item-wise, although by scooping the blank spot in the weed patch (near the
     entrance), the team can dig up an earth djinni. Later, another djinni can be
     obtained here, too. [For info on the parlor games' prizes and rules, see the
     appropriate section.] You can also go to Anemos Sanctum and get Dragon Skin,
     but said sanctum can't be fully explored until later on.
    
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    36) Shaman Village                                                       [WK36]
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     To reach Shaman Village -- which is totally enclosed by mountains -- the team
     must find Shaman Village Cave on the Hesperia continent. However, the maze of
     rivers and bridges can make going upstream rather difficult, if y'don't know
     where to go, that is... The correct one to take is on the south coast, but
     not the one that leads into the inland bay; the one east of there. Luckily,
     the cave itself is very easy to explore and getting into town will be a cinch
     from there.
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      |To Trial Road|
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     _|     | |__|――――|               | 01 | Spirit Gloves |
    |1|_| |_|  ___|―| |___________    | 02 | Elixir        |
    | |_______      |             |   | 03 | Djinni: Aroma |
    | |       | |―| |―|―――|―|―――| |   |____|_______________|
    | |―――――|_| |_| | |___| |―――|3| 
    | |_ 2  |    _  |  _____|_ _|―   The town itself is rather easy to explore,
    |_____|ENTER| |_____________|    although none of the denizens will speak to
           ―| |―                     the team -- Mind-read 'em to figure out why.
                                     Of course, none of the shops are open at this
     time, but there's a silly scene at the inn that allows for rest. There's a
     djinni in the east but it can't be obtained until the upcoming events are
     over. Speaking of which, to start said events, approach the chief's NW house
     and he'll burst out. The team will get nowhere until they show the Shaman's
     Rod to the chief, who then invites them to Trial Road in the north where they
     can prove their worth! In the area that prefaces TR, Whirlwind the purple
     rock to get the real events started.
    
    TRIAL ROAD
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     Moapa will explain how Trial Road works before the team can attempt to do it
     themselves, but I'll explain too: the ally team will race the chief's team
     to the top of the cliff where a fight will take place. However, en route,
     there will be four puzzle rooms to complete. What's the incentive to solve
     them quickly? That's the thing!
    
     To get past each puzzle room, each team must place one (1) heavy item into
     the chest near the exit (step on pad, inspect opened chest). Whichever team
     puts their item in the chest first gets to the next puzzle, while the team
     that lags has to put TWO (2) items in to continue. The faster one is, the
     less the allies suffer. A "heavy item" is any type of body equipment sans
     those class-changing items like the Tomegathericon or Trainer's Whip -- none
     of that lightweight stuff (Herbs, Vials, etc.) will work! Since the fastest
     team will have to put four items in minimum, try putting in some of the
     girls' equipment (or spare equipment if it's just laying around) since they
     end up using psynergy anyway. ALL ITEMS ARE RECOVERED AFTER THESE EVENTS,
     NOT LOST FOREVER!
    
     After Moapa's explanation, Felix can pick which route he wants to take. The
     left of the two paths is the easiest, and once y'know what to do, finishing
     it ahead of Moapa is a breeze. The right path is the hardest and, unless you
     know exactly what to do, losing is almost assured.
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     | TRICK: Trial Road Duplication |
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     | The nature of Trial Road lends itself a little trick, where any artifact  |
     | dropped within the trial (from the time it starts to Moapa's defeat) is   |
     | returned to Felix's inventory after he leaves/quits; furthermore, this'll |
     | make a copy in the Artifacts section of a shop. For example, say y'wanted |
     | to dupe a Hestia Blade. Start the race, drop it, and leave -- the blade's |
     | back in the inventory but a copy is in the shop, too! Of course, this is  |
     | not apparent in Shaman Village until after the shops open, and the copies |
     | still have to be bought...                                                |
     |___________________________________________________________________________|
    
     Some puzzles have more than one way to be solved, in which case, I'll pick
     the easiest method. NOTE: Taking items often wastes precious time (the right
     path especially) and there's little incentive to get 'em. They can all be
     obtained after these events anyway!!
          _____
         | END |      LEFT PATH (EASY)
         | |―| |      ――――――――――――――――
     |―|_| | | |_|―|  • Use Sand psynergy to get up the sandfall; Whirlwind ladder
     |     | |_   _|  • Push log N,W then climb vines to push log S. Move pillar
     |―   ―| |   10|    out of the way, then push log E to climb out
     |     | | |_| |  • Push middle pillar south, west pillar east, and east pillar
     |_   _| |_   _|    west to complete the stepping-stone chain to the exit
       |_  | |  _|    • Scoop NW floor crack to make fountain spout up to exit!
     |―|_| | | |_|―|
     |_    | |_   _|  RIGHT PATH (HARD)
     |4  |―| |9|   |  ―――――――――――――――――
     |_|   | |7| |8|  • There are four poundable pillars and two movable ones.
     |_   _| |_   ―|    Pound the two pillars to reverse their positions, then
       |_  | |  _|―     move the square pillars onto 'em, completing the chain.
     |―|_| | | |_|―|
     |     | |_   _|  • Push the two southern pillars so they're parallel with
     |―  |―| | |_  |    the overgrown one, then hop across to the exit.
     |   |3| | |  _|
     |_   _| |_   6|  • Climb up the right cliff and hop back and forth onto the
      _|_  | |  _|―     rock pillar until it breaks, then continue north to leave.
     | |_| | | |_|―|
     |_   _| |_   _|  • Pull the two pillars so they're parallel with the icy
     |     | |     |    pillars, then move the left torch one tile east (so it
     | | | | |     |    melts west icy pillar)  and one tile west. Hop over the
     |2| |_| |_   _|    west icy pillar, now a puddle, and Frost it, then continue
      ―| |__ __| |      to the right cliff which leads to the exit.
       |__  |  __|     _________________________
          | | |       | BOSS: Moapa / Knight x2 |
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       | |     |      | HP: 3042 | EXP: 3340 | Weak: All | $$: 2870 | DROPS: --- |
       | |_   _|      |__________|___________|___________|__________|____________|
       |1| | |
        ―               • Bosca Hit [single: phys damage]
    |――――|――――――――――|   • Strong Hit [single: phys damage]
    | 01 | Hard Nut |   • Uses Nut/Bramble Seed/Elixir/Crystal Powder/Water of Life
    | 02 | Potion   |
    | 03 | Vial     |   This boss fight isn't super-hard, although Moapa and his
    | 04 | Vial     |   cohorts will appear tougher if the allies lost most of
    | 05 | Vial     |   the puzzle "battles". On the flipside, winning most of
    | 06 | Vial     |   the puzzle "battles" will weaken Moapa's team and they'll
    | 07 | Nut      |   be easier to defeat. The Knights have about 2000 HP each
    | 08 | Vial     |   so it'll be prudent to tagteam them one at a time. Keep
    | 09 | Potion   |   spamming Odyssey/Diamond Berg, Jenna using Healing Aura,
    |____|__________|   and Sheba buffing/attacking. With one foe gone, it's cake!
                        It's also worth noting that the foes are humans and thus
     more susceptible to elemental damage than monsters, not to mention they can
     be put to sleep easier, too. Try casting that if they're bearin' down on ya.
     [It's possible to summon-rush and kill Moapa before his lackeys, although it
     may not be the most welcome outcome. =p]
    
     Once Moapa's forced to taste defeat, he gives up the [Hover Jade] item in
     exchange for that deadweight Shaman's Rod. The team then automatically goes
     back to the village, so make sure to get that cliff djinni! Don't know how?
     Enter the 2-story house that couldn't be accessed before and leave via its
     2F cliff balcony, which can go east and push the stump westward. Return to
     Moapa's house and Lash to the cliff, which can then get the east djinni
     (Aroma) without any rigamarole.
    
     Later on, we can get another djinni on Trial Road, but for now, it's time to
     finally access the game's first lighthouse!
    
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    37) Jupiter Lighthouse                                                   [WK37]
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     Jupiter Lighthouse is on the north end of the Atteka continent, and to access
     it, one must go north of Contigo which itself is northeast of Atteka Inlet.
     To reach Atteka Inlet, go to the continent's southern side and navigate the
     river system, eventually reaching the reef-enclosed harbor which serves as a
     docking point. Badabing, badaboom!
    
     NOTE: Wyverns can drop awesome Aeolian Cassock robes, which powers up wind
           RES and PWR -- great for Sheba!
    
         _                 ___,-Aerie
        |H|_______   _____|   |_____
        |  _   _  | |  _  |   |  _  |  _   _        ENEMIES: Devil Scorpion, Blue
       _|  5    | | | |J|___|___|I| | |H| |G|_____  Dragon, Foul Mummy, Wyvern,
      |J|_______| | | | |       | | | | |_|_____  | Mace Tail, Ghost Army
      | |_| |_|I| | |___|       |___| |  _    |   |
      |  _   _____|                   | |4  |_| | |    _       _   13  _
      |_______|                       |  ―――    | |   |X|    _|X|_  \_|Z|_   _ _
           _       _       _          ( (―――――――) ) |―   ―| | | | | | |   | |*|Z|
         _|P|_   _|N|_   _|N|_         \ \_____/ /  |___  | |  _| | | |_  | | | |
        |     | |     | |  _  |         \  14   /   |W    | |  Y  | |  Y  | |___|
        |  QR | | 7R8 | | |9| |_         ―――――――     ―――――   ―――――   ―――――
        |_   _| |_   _| |_ R _|M|            _              _ _ _     _____
          |  O|   |  O| |_______|        ___|G|___         |V| | |   |V    |
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         _|P|_           |6   __|___| |E| |_|_|T|5| | |____|_   ___| | |_|_|-12
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      |*|  Q  |            |____/        ―――   ―――――      \____|      ―――――
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      |       |     |――――――| |――――――|        |10_    |              |C|___|K|K|
       ―――――――     _| |――| |_| |――| |_       | | S |T|              |      _| |
                 _|   |  |_   _|  |   |       ― ――― ―               | |___| | |
        _       |E| | |___________| | |       _____                 | |_|L| | |
      _|C|      |   |  D|       |L  | |_     |  _  |___             |  S|_  | |
     |   |___   ( (― ―――         ―――)   |    |2|_| |   |_ _         |      ___|
     |      3|   \ \  |―|          / /――     |_   _| | | | |      |―――|―| |___
     |___  |―     \ \_|F|        _/ /          |   | |     |   ___| | |_|  _  |
       |D  |       \____|       |__/          _| |___|___| |  (  A  |___  | | |
        ―――                                  |     |  |  __|   \___/    |_| |B|
     |――――|―――――――――――――――――|               _| |―| |  | |              START ―
     |  * | Archer Statue   |              |A  | |1|  |B|
     | 01 | Mint            |               ―――   ―    ―
     | 02 | Psynergy Stone  |  Knock knock? Who's there? Annoying lighthouse! Yes,
     | 03 | Erinyes Tunic   |  the first lighthouse in the game is a doozie, and
     | 04 | Meditation Rod  |  comes with the complete aggravation package: lots
     | 05 | Red Key         |  of stairways up/down, backtracking, and complexity!
     | 06 | Psy Crystal     |  It's split into three parts -- the main tower at
     | 07 | 306 Coins       |  the center and two mini-towers branching off it
     | 08 | Mist Potion     |  towards the top. The guide will be sectioned off
     | 09 | Blue Key        |  into parts accordingly.
     | 10 | Potion          |
     | 11 | Djinni: Whorl   |  PART 1: ASCENT
     | 12 | Water of Life   |  ――――――――――――――
     | 13 | Phaeton's Blade |  This section'll cover the events leading up to the
     | 14 | Mars Star       |  first side-tower. After entering the ground floor,
     |____|_________________|  take the west path outside again and Cyclone into
                               the basement ("A"). A dead end near here contains a
     Mad Plant who drops a [Mint], and north, there's another dead-end room with a
     [Psynergy Stone]; however, the remaining east route is the correct path. Find
     the purple pad and use Hover on it, which allows passage to the cliff -- this
     tactic will be used a lot so commit it to memory. Cyclone on up ("B") to
     arrive on the lighthouse's ground floor, where a pillar-n'-switch puzzle can
     make the front entrance open permanently.
    
     North of there is a large shaft (although this isn't apparent right away)
     with a large light beam and several deactivated hoverpads. Luckily there's no
     choice in how to proceed! Go upwards ("C") to find a weak log-rolling puzzle,
     which gives access to the [Erinyes Tunic] and the exit ("D"), which cyclones
     the team up a floor. There are some chains here which can be caught by using
     the Whirlwind technique patented at Gaia Rock, but for now, ignore everything
     and take the "F" stairway.
    
     Continue to the "Reveal circle" that gives access to the exit ("G") -- the
     right half of the room can't be accessed just yet. "G" leads to a room with
     a bunch of stepping-stone pillars, and obtaining the [Meditation Rod] is a
     matter of moving a couple pillars around. Exit via the SW entrance and push
     the movable block east a bit, then step on the button to plummet it downward.
     Back inside, ascend the "H" stair.
    
     At this point, start ignoring everything in subsequent rooms and continue
     upwards, until reaching the lighthouse aerie (peak); here, start doing down
     the west-side stairs, until coming to a room previously passed by. Slide down
     to the ladder and a voice should say "show the power of Anemos" -- use Hover
     atop the ladder to power up all of the lighthouse's working hoverpads. Cross
     to the east side and go north, back to another room we skipped. Push the
     block north to its rightful slot, then use Hover on the southern pad, which
     allows Felix to cross to the [Red Key]! This is needed to enter the western
     tower.
    
     Back down at the lowest "G" entrance, cross east (again using Reveal) to
     claim the [Psy Crystal]! Continue down further to reach the lowest "E"
     entrance, which is a Cyclone ride up to a red door requiring -- what else --
     the Red Key.
    
    PART 2: WEST TOWER
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     Now the western tower is guarded by a whirlwind mechanism that, whenever an
     object enters its trajectory, it's swept away by a projectile. To get past,
     bait it into shooting a twister, use one of the blocks as cover, and slowly
     work west, until being able to slip past. The tower's ground floor has a
     mimic chest that has a [Psy Crystal]; after, go upwards ("M").
    
     Here, there's a Blue Key isolated and protected by pillars, and it can't be
     obtained yet. Go up one floor ("N") to find two chests containing [306 Coins]
     and a [Mist Potion]. To get the latter, exit the room via the south side and
     re-enter, pushing the pillar west and finishing with a counterclockwise trek.
     Continue up two floors from here to find a ton of fragile or almost-fragile
     tiles. Get to the left hoverpad and float to the pillar; when positioned, it
     will open the exit (which itself is reached by hovering off the other pad).
    
     Keep going up to the tower's top and complete the hover puzzle to make the
     archer statue shoot eastward, lifting up half of the aerie's coverplate. On
     the way back down, re-enter the broken tile room and fall down the isolated
     tile ("Q"), which eventually leads all the way to the [Blue Key] previously
     skipped. Naturally, this is required to enter the eastern tower.
    
    PART 3: CENTRAL TOWER [II]
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     Activating the hoverpads let more of the central tower be accessed and this
     will relate to getting to the east tower. Return to the ground floor (it's
     easier to just Retreat) and locate the room north of the central shaft with
     the floating blocks. Move the errant one into place and go up ("K"), which
     actually ends up back in the central shaft. Push the block off the ledge and
     into its slot, opening a new hoverpad -- this can be used to get to the pad
     just west of there, which gives access to the "L" cyclone pad.
    
     Up the next floor, return to the room with the Whirlwindable chains and push
     the east pillar off the ledge, completing the chain for later use. Exit SE
     to the exterior and push the, uh, conductor rod into its hole, powering up a
     hover pillar further up (and mandatory to get to the other tower). Backtrack
     to the "L" pad on the ground floor and use the HOVERPAD to jump into the
     large light pillar ("S"), which is the "secret" path to getting up to the
     east tower -- it certainly threw me for a loop!
    
     At the peak, complete the floating-block chain to obtain a [Potion], then
     continue to find the ominous blue door which, like before, uses the color-
     -correspondent key we picked up before. [NOTE: The cyclone pad here doesn't
     lead back up so don't take it!]. At the exterior beyond, Hover on the pad we
     powered-up with the conductor rod tile and be blown to the east tower!
    
    PART 4: EAST TOWER
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     The ground floor room of the tower has an isolated jupiter djinni to get!
     Hover onto the east ledge and push the conduit tile into its appropriate
     slot, which should power up a 2nd hoverpad. Use this to push that ledge's
     block off and put it wherever -- it doesn't matter. When both blocks are in
     a hole, the ledgetop "pound" pillar springs up, and hitting it will dislodge
     the two movable blocks. Arrange them in order to get the djinni (Whorl, who
     must be fought) and redo the puzzle to get to the NW stair ("V").
     
     Up here, there'll be a hover-n'-block puzzle which is used to get to two
     different ledges, one containing a [Water of Life] chest and the other going
     upwards. To even rearrange the blocks Felix must pound the pillar to remove
     the hoverblock, and push it between the ledge gap to make a stepping stone to
     the ladder. [The NE block here is default and must be left there to get
     anywhere!] The solutions are easy but just to be on the safe side...DIAGRAMS!
    
     EXIT: img.photobucket.com/albums/v242/Shotgunnova/Jupiter-Exitsolu.png
     ITEM: img.photobucket.com/albums/v242/Shotgunnova/Jupiter-Itemsolu.png
    
     The floor exit ("W") is near a pillar-n'-switch puzzle that, when completed,
     connects this area to the ground floor, skipping the stupid block-moving one
     we just did. Two floors up, the team will find more breakable tiles coupled
     with whirlwind statues. There are two ways to reach the puzzle exit: (1) get
     past the east statue (2) let the west statue carry the team east, which will
     also bypass the east statue's gamut.
    
     Finally, reach the penultimate floor to find a bazillion hoverpads with some
     cracked tiles interspersed. There are also whirlwind statues here attempting
     to blow Felix to the wall, dropping him through crack tiles to the floor
     below! To bypass the statues, oftentimes Felix will have to bait the statue
     into shooting its projectile, dodge, and quickly bypass, often around the
     "conductor rod" tiles or whatever obstacle is nearby. Sometimes he'll have
     to float over cracked tiles on the strength of his Hover psynergy. The left
     path of this floor is easier and contains the [Phaeton's Blade] weapon, while
     the right and harder of the two paths leads to the exit ("Z"). At the tower
     peak, trigger the remaining archer statue to make the lighthouse aerie's
     coverplate completely rise.
    
     Backtrack out of the tower and Lash to the main structure, or Retreat out --
     it doesn't matter too much.
    
    PART 5: FINAL ASCENT
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     Now it's time to climb up to the aerie again, which is the initial path the
     team walked -- if you don't remember it, read the first section of this
     dungeon again. On the way up, there'll be a scene where Isaac's parth (on the
     tier above) is in trouble because of the exterior's breakaway floor. Continue
     after the scene to the stepping-stone puzzle where the Medidation Rod was
     obtained, and meet up with the groups. After more talk, Felix gets the cool
     [Mars Star] and is asked to visit the aerie with it. The party at this time
     will be Felix and Piers, while the girls stay behind temporarily. Of course,
     once the aerie is obtained and the lighthouse lit (agree at the prompt), an
     unpleasant surprise is in order, and I'm not talking about the duo stealing
     the Mars Star...
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      | BOSS: Karst, Agatio |
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      | HP: 3186 (K) | EXP: 5813 | Weak: Watr | $$: 9020 | DROPS: Dark Matter |
      | HP: 4248 (A) |___________|____________|__________|____________________|
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       • K: Healing Aura [foes: heals HP]
       • A: Debilitate [multi: lowers DEF]
       • A: Eruption [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • K: Supernova [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • A: Meteor Blow [all: fire-elem damage]
       • K: Fiery Blast [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • A: Rolling Flame [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • A: Rising Dragon [single: fire-elem damage]
       • K: Break [all: removes positive stat boosts]
       • K: Heat Kiss [single: phys damage + %Delusion]
       • A: Stun Muscle [single: phys damage + %Paralysis]
       • K: Death Scythe [single: phys damage + %Instant Death]
       • A: Cage [single: damage + target loses their action that turn]
       • K: Djinnfest [all: one djinn is randomly put in 'Recover' mode]
    
      The first battle with these two starts off as a 2-on-2 fight, but after a
      couple turns, Jenna arrives, and a few after that, Sheba. The best course of
      action is tagteaming one of the bosses and Karst gets that honor since she
      can heal and use Djinnfest, which drains power from one of each characters'
      djinni. When Karst is defeated, Agatio will usually step up his attacks,
      spamming his heavy-hitting Meteor Blow attack, sometimes many turns in a row.
      With four people and someone constantly curing each turn, surviving isn't
      that hard; it can often be the first couple of turns that require the most
      strategy. Using damage-shield djinn and defending can help until Jenna gets
      her butt in gear, although y'may have to dip into the Mist Potion reserve...
      As a tip, using the Moloch summon to reduce the bosses' AGL can really help
      in the going before Karst is defeated, letting the team be faster even as
      Djinnfest lowers everyone's classes, and by extension, their stat boosts.
      Remember that if you need to buy time, using Rime to seal Agatio's psynergy
      can really help!
    
     With the enemies having escaped with the Mars Star, Isaac's party asks Felix
     and the gang to meet them in Contigo. Do so (in the hilltop house) and after
     some discourse, they join the party. Which items they carry depends on if
     the player used a special password for carry-over items, but either way, they
     carry some djinn and some required items (Carry Stone, Lifting Gem, Catch
     Beads
    
    ATTEKA INLET
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     The Lemurian ship will have wings that are powered by the team's pooled
     psynergy. Pressing B-button will levitate the ship to go over some landforms
     (rivers, plains, white reefs) but drains the team's PP in doing so, so
     eventually one'll have to stop and recover. There are no monster battles when
     levitating, though! Additionally, if the player used a password which saved
     Hammet during Golden Sun 1, a mini event here will give a [Orihalcon] chest
     to the party!
    
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    38) 2-Party Backtracking                                     [OPTIONAL]  [WK38]
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     Now that the two parties have merged, the psynergy from the first Golden Sun
     can be used to get some otherwise inaccessible things. However, the Carry
     Stone, Catch Beads, Lifting Gem, Frost Jewel, and Douse Drop are always
     obtained, even if you didn't use a special item password.
    
    ATTEKA INLET
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     Items: Orihalcon
     Djinn: Geode (Earth)
    
     In the makeshift camp, use Cyclone on the bush near the Lift boulder to free
     a hiding djinn. This one joins without any rigamarole, thankfully! 
    
    KALT ISLAND
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     Items: Apple
     Djinn: Gel (Water)
    
     With Catch now obtained, the Apple along the frozen river can be taken. Gel,
     too, can be snatched (w/o fighting) if it's still here.
    
    SW ATTEKA ISLET
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     Djinn: Jupiter (random from GS1)
    
     Using the Lift psynergy, the team can claim a jupiter djinni from the first
     Golden Sun, provided the team didn't collect them all (in which case there
     won't be anything here).
    
    WORLD MAP [SW OF HESPERIA]
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     Item: Rusty Sword
    
     Southwest of the Hesperia continent is an atoll, which is basically a small
     shallows rimmed by unpassable rocks. Using the new flying power, get inside
     and look at the bottom to claim the rusted weapon, which can be transformed
     into a Soul Brand in Yallam.
    
    SHAMAN VILLAGE CAVE
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     Items: Golden Shirt
     Djinn: Eddy (Water)
    
     If Isaac won Colosso in the first Golden Sun and a password was used (which
     would transfer that event to this game), then three disgruntled contestants
     from that contest will attack Isaac here. If you've been talking to NPCs
     throughout the game, they'll have dropped hints about the search! Defeating
     these three goofballs -- none of which have over 1000 HP or any good techs --
     will earn the Golden Shirt!
    
     Additionally, the mercury djinni we had to skip before (Eddy) can be gotten,
     too. Use Lift on the leftmost boulder a little deeper in, Frost the puddle,
     and Whirlwind the ladder -- this gives a clear shot at the little bugger!
     However, he'll run away, so lift the third-from-left boulder as well to stop
     his fleeing.
    
    TRIAL ROAD [SHAMAN VILLAGE]
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     Items: Elixir, Lucky Pepper.
     Djinn: Gasp (Wind)
    
     Now that we have Hover _and_ Lift, return to the peak of Trial Road via the
     left path. Use Hover to get to the isolated entrance, and follow the stairs
     to dead-end canyon area. An [Elixir] can be obtained by Reveal-ing a hidden
     pool stepping stone, but the real reason to do this area is getting the
     weird jupiter djinn (Gasp) who mirrors the team's movements, always staying
     out of catching distance. Using the same reveal tactic on the pools, bump
     into one another to knock it down, then violently subjugate the beast! Also,
     a hidden Mad Plant here can drop Lucky Pepper...nummy.
    
    ATTEKA CAVERN
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     Summon: Coatlicue
    
     Parch the pool and climb down to the tablet -- not too shabby. This summon
     requires 3 Mercury & 3 Jupiters to be used.
    
    ANGARA CAVERN
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     Summon: Haures
    
     Down on the lowest level, there's a boring Carry-required puzzle. Move the
     block into the center of the gap, Carry the cliff one off, then stack them
     to make a stepping stone to the tablet. Haures requires: 3 Venus, 2 Mars.
    
    YALLAM
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     Item: Masamune
    
     If the Orb of Force was carried over from the first Golden Sun, knock down
     the log near Sunshine's house, then Cyclone the field to find a secret path
     down to the chest. The unleash (Rising Dragon) isn't the same one Agatio was
     using previously, note: this one can double or triple its attack depending
     on how many dragons are unleashed from the blade!
    
    TREASURE ISLAND
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     Items: see particular section
    
     This place is now fully accessible if you want to go through. The main need
     to go here is for leveling and/or getting rare material drops for forging
     equipment at Sunshine's place. [NOTE: You need to do the Lift-related stuff
     to get the good drops.]
    
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    39) Magma Rock                                                           [WK39]
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     Magma Rock is located in the NW part of the Gondowan continent. If you look
     at the world map, find the long river that goes diagonally past Kimbombo,
     and follow it to the southwestern mouth -- that's the entrance. Fly upriver
     and a little NW of Kimbombo will be the final elemental rock! [NOTE: This
     dungeon is really on behalf of Loho but you don't need to visit there first
     or anything.]           _______   ____ _________________
                            |    _  | |    |                 |  ENEMIES
                     _______| | |*| | |  * | Interior Enter. |  ―――――――
                    |_       _|___|_| | 01 | Apple           |  • Wise Gryphon
                     _| | | |         | 02 | Oil Drop        |  • Raging Rock
       MAGMA ROCK   | | | | |         | 03 | 383 Coins       |  • Lich
        EXTERIOR    |  _|  _|         | 04 | Salamander Tail |  • Phoenix
                    | | |_  |         | 05 | Lucky Medal     |  • Little Death
                    |   | | |         | 06 | Mist Potion     |  • Lesser Demon
       _ _________ _| | |_| |         | 07 | Djinni: Fury    |  • Grand Chimera
      | |  _   ___|     |   |         | 08 | Salamander Tail |
     _| |_|_| |  ___| |___|_|         | 09 | Golem Core      |
    |_______   _|   | |               | 10 | Magma Ball      |
       ___|#|#|4|___| |  _____        |____|_________________|    To "Blaze"
      |  _   _|___   _| |  _  |                 _ ___                /
      | |_| |_____| |___| | | |                | | 9 |            _|―|_ 
      |_  |  _   _   _  |_|_| |      __________| |  _|           | | | |
      |_  | |3| |  _|_   _|_  |     / _|   |__ | | |_            |_   _|
      |___|___|______   __   _|    / /        \__    |             | |_
                     | |__| |    _/ (              | |            _|   |
                     | |2   |   |_  |   _| |_     _| |           |  ―| |
             |―――――――    |――      | |  |___|8|   |  _|_          | | | |_
             | |―――|―  |―        _| |        |  _| |B  |         | |10)  |
             | | | | | |_       |  _   ――――| | |   | | |         |  ―|― _|_
             |___|___|_  |―|    | |      |  _|   | | | |        _| |___|_|C|
                 |_____   _|    | | |――――| | |  _| |_| |       |______   __|
                      _|*|_     | |_|―|  | | |  _|_   _|              |  1 |
                     | | | |    |_____|  | | |_|C      |               ――|_|
                     |START|             | |_|  ―――――| |                  |
                      ―|_|―              |      ―――――  |          Lower Entrance
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      ____|   |A|_ ___         ___ _|A|_______
     |  __  | |   |   |       |   |_   _____  |    Like the other rock dungeons,
     ) |__| |     | | |      _| |           | |    this one is also split into an
    (  _   _|_____  | |     |   |___   _|―| | |    interior & exterior, and the
    | | | |   |___| | |     ) |_____   ___| | |    latter goes first!
    |___|   | < <   | |_   /     6  | |  |  | |
      | | | (―――――) |_  | ( (_|―――|   |__|__| |    After Lifting the rock by the
      |___|_ \   / /  |_|  \  |   |         | |    entrance, approach the cliff
            ) ) ( (   /    _) |___|  _|  _| |_|_   face and start climbing, going
            |_|_| | Hi    |7|_____| |_| | |    B|  up to an inactive statue. Using
            |_____| Entr. |_____________|  ―――――   Burst on a statue will shoot a
                                                   fireball or make a lava geyser
     shoot a platform upward, depending on the statue's positioning. Here, make
     the moai shoot a fireball to blow up the crumbly pillar blocking the nearest
     ladder. Climb up the new path and drop down the left-side groove, getting a
     chance to try out the lava fountain version of the moais (this one's timed,
     so step on top of it to get a free ride up). Swing around back to the tier's
     highest cliff and continue the ascent.
    
     In the new screen, go east and find the ladder down to the [Oil Drop] skipped
     before, THEN get ready to start the real stuff above. Climb up the eastern
     ladder series and Burst the moai to destroy a pillar in the west. Use Growth
     to hit the tier's top cliff, and find the groove that drops Felix near a 2nd
     moai -- this also destroys a western pillar. At the tier's lowest cliff, use
     Growth to reach the middle pathway (which should be cleared because of the
     pillar broken earlier) and its fountain moai, which can lift Felix up to the
     western movable pillar. The way up from there is blocked for now so there's
     only one option to go: west!
    
     Felix starts near the top of this one and there are 4 grooves to jump down.
     The 2nd-from-east leads to [383 Coins] but the 2nd-from-west is the real
     option, leading down to a Lash coil. Burst the fountain moai and drop down
     the nearest groove, then climb up to get on top of it -- be quick about it!
     Follow the ladder series to the tier's top portion where two ladders lead
     up -- use the rightmost.
    
     Felix will now be on Magma Rock's northwest exterior corner. Jump west and
     push the wooden pillar east, then go back around and jump across the crumbly
     pillars. On the way back, the middle pillar should break giving Burst access
     to the moai which destroys the obstacle blocking the road east. There'll be
     a long series where fireballs are swapped back and forth, but before then,
     climb the ladder down one tier and get the [Salamander Tail] chest (as well
     as connecting the lower paths to avoid the long way 'round).
    
     Okay, back to the fireball-swapping moai. After dodge-climbing past that
     screen, continue east to find a lone moai that will open the upper entrance
     to the exterior. [NOTE: If you want, back toward the start of this screen, a
     groove leads down one tier and lets Felix get access to the fast way up the
     cliff, rather than using the long ladder. Totally optional.]
    
    MAGMA ROCK INTERIOR
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     Follow the path to a large pit with a giant moai statue, which will spit lava
     into the dry pool when the mini-moai is Bursted. Exit north of this room to
     find a white lava platform moving, which allows Felix's team to get to the
     lava pool's west side. Step on the sluicegate to drain the liquid rock, then
     shove the movable pillar north -- this complets a way across when the lava's
     in! The room's SW exit leads to a [Lucky Medal], but besides that, there's
     nothing left to do on this floor. The exit ("A") is in the northern section
     where the white moving platform is but only where there's no lava to be had.
    
     In the new floor, there's also a lava statue, but don't trigger it yet! Jump
     down into the dry bed and run south two screens, and look for the fire djinni
     (Fury) on a cliff, only accessible when there's no lava -- it has to be beaten
     up though. The final preparation is exiting the djinni room, going NW, and
     moving a pillar south to complete a path. Trigger the lava statue and exit
     that room to the SW (without draining lava) and get the [Mist Potion] via the
     moving platform. Since the movable statue was positioned, exit south to the
     (ex-)djinni room and take that platform eastward, exiting back north. There
     are some moving platforms here, but if y'want a tip, Felix can Burst crumbly
     pillars himself without using moai statues. Destroy both here, drain the lava,
     and backtrack to the 2-platform room -- with no crumbly statues to impede
     the ladder paths, reaching the tier exit ("B") in the SE.
    
     In this tier, follow the path until reaching the lava statue -- trigger it to
     make the white platforms start moving. Cross to the SW exit and continue in
     that direction until finding the tier's 2nd sluicegate; drain the lava here.
     Backtrack to the lava room (lowest walkway) and move the three pillars into
     their slots, then visit the 1st sluicegate -- in the NE -- and collect the
     [Golem Core] material. The final thing to do with no lava is move toward the
     starting area and move the ladder-blocking pillar out of the way. Pump lava
     into the tier again and go across the new path created by the 3 moved pillars,
     which should lead to a [Salamander Tail] chest and another south exit. Follow
     this path until it loops counterclockwise to one of the first rooms, where an
     isolated pillar can be pushed west off a ledge. FINALLY, drain the lava again
     and return to the newly-moved pillar area, which should give access to the
     tier exit ("C").
    
     The final area connects to the lowest entrance to Magma Rock, and if you
     haven't killed the mimic for an [Apple], do that now before continuing on. In
     the lava pool room, an explosion event will throw rocks all over. Ignore 'em
     for now and continue northward, to the final room where Jenna can learn the
     Blaze psynergy! This allows Jenna to light candles by Blazing fire at them,
     and this tactic will have to be used to leave! Return back to the lava room
     and Blaze the first candle using one of the flames, then repeat it on the 2nd
     candle to lower the pillar. The path beyond leads to the weird rock that,
     when inspected, coughs up the [Magma Ball]!
    
     That concludes this dungeon. Retreat a few times and head back to the ship!
    
    LOHO     [WK40]
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     If you haven't been to Loho, it's the small mining town on the northwest
     coast of Gondowan. Inspect the town cannon and use the Magma Ball to destroy
     the wall, which prompts the miners to load the cannon onto the team's ship.
     Before leaving, Scoop the two [Golem Core]s -- one's underneath the Liftable
     boulder -- and collect the final jupiter djinni (Lull) on a roof.
    
     The Magma Rock's main purpose is letting the team get through the Northern
     Reaches, the icy strait in the north. Navigate to the large ice wall and
     blow it to pieces with the Magma Ball-cannon combo. Back on the world map,
     head north a bit to reach the game's final city, couched in snowy wastelands.
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    41) Prox                                                                 [WK41]
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                      _ ____
    To Map-._      __| |  6 | |――――|―――――――――――――――――|
           | |  |―|4   |_  _| | 01 | Sacred Feather  |
          _| |__| |____|__  | | 02 | Potion          |
         |___   __> >_______| | 03 | Dark Matter     |
             | |  |―|  |    | | 04 | Djinni: Mold    |
           __| |__| |__|_  _| | 05 | Cookie          |
          |  _____          | | 06 | Djinni: Mercury |
    |―――――| | 1 |  _|―|――   | |____|_________________|
    |_   _| |_ _|_  | | |―――
    |           |  _| |―――|    Prox is a bit larger than some towns but that's OK,
    |_|―――――|   | |_| |_ _|    since there are some good things to be found! The
     _|_   _|  _|_        |    best ones are the [Dark Matter] and the earth
    |  _____  |   | | |―――|_   djinni. To get the former, Lift the rock near the
    | | 2   | |_ _|_  |_ _|3|  iced-over bridge and Scoop up the item; to get the
    | |___|_   _   _______| |  latter, head under the north bridge and bump into
    |    5|ENTER|___________|  the djinni, then scoop him out of the snowbank.
     ――――― ―|_|―               Try to exit north of town for a scene, and then it's
                               go time at the final (mandatory) dungeon!
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    42) Mars Lighthouse                                                      [WK42]
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     ENEMIES: Minos Warrior, Doodle Bug, Devil Frog, Raptor, Fire Bird, Aka Manah
    
     NOTE: If you have a cursed weapon equipped on Felix, you'll probably want to
     take it off before getting the Sol Blade, his best weapon!
                  ___                  _
              _ _|F4E|         _______|D|
         ____|D| |_|―|  _     |        _|        _
        |  ____|  _  |_|N|_   | |___|_  |      _|E|_|―――――――|
       _| |__  |_|F|_  |   |  | |     | |     | 3     |―|― _|            ______
      |__________   ___|―| |  | |  G  | |_____|_______| | | |     |―――|_|     N|
      _______  |  _  |  ___|  | |_   _| |   |  _|H G|2| | | | |―――| |   | |――――
     |    _  |_| |A| | |      | | |___   _|     |___| | | | | | |___|――― 8|
     | | | |_____| ____|―|    |_|_______| |_   _|_   _|_   _| |___  |―――――
     | |_|  ____   ____  |                  |_______________| |B    |
     |B  |_|____   ____|1|            _ _                      ―――――
      ――― Start-|_|     ―           _|A|C|      _
       _    _              |―――|_  |  _| |  ___|7|___
     _|I| _|K| |―――――――――|―|J|_  | |_____| |___   ___|        [9]
    |   ||   | | |―――――| |_ ― K| |______       | |_|M|_       Wind
    |___||___| |    J  |_____|―|______  |___   | |_   _|  Challenge  Earth
     _        _| |_____|H|_|I|      |L|_    |  |_____|         |   _/  Challenge
    |L|____  |5|   |   |   | |      |  ___|_|                 |―| | |
    |      | | |_|___|___|_  |     _|     |6|               |―  |_|  ―|
    |      | |_______________|    |M|_ ―| | |        Water -| |―   ―| |- Fire
    |______|                      |_____|___|    Challenge  |___   ___|  Challenge
                                                              |    C|      [10]
     |――――|――――――――――――――――|                                   ―――――
     | 01 | Cookie         |  Ahh, the final lighthouse. Inside, there'll be a
     | 02 | Orihalcon      |  bunch of icicles and frozen-over dragon statues.
     | 03 | Djinni: Balm   |  Navigate the ground floor to the "B" stairway --
     | 04 | Teleport Lapis |  after getting the mimic's [Cookie] to reach a
     | 05 | Valkyrie Mail  |  tiny pipe passage leading to a djinni room (out of
     | 06 | Sol Blade      |  reach) with a large ice shard. "Grind" the shard out
     | 07 | Mars Star      |  of place to crack the ice sheet on the ground floor,
     | 08 | Djinni: Fugue  |  then backtrack there and "Burst" a hole through.
     | 09 | Psy Crystal    |
     | 10 | Alastor's Hood |  In the adjacent room, ignore all the distractions
     |____|________________|  and go all the way west, up to a room with some
                              mobile fire-breathing statues affixed to the walls.
     The object here is to get the leftmost serpent statue all the way east; if
     Felix messes up, he gets knocked off the cliff and must restart! Although
     this is generally annoying, using "Move" psynergy is preferred to pushing
     the statue, since, when field psynergy is used, the statues' routes pause.
     At the other end, the statue covers an inert statue and lets Felix get down
     the exit ("D").
    
     Navigate the ice-sliding puzzle near the stairway and go south to a draconic
     statue that, when its fuse is lit with Blaze, cracks the ice sheet covering
     a nearby door. Go back across the "ice rink" just crossed and go south; one
     can now destroy the ice sheet! The newly-opened room isn't used right now,
     but remember it for later! East, Blaze the next dragon statue to clear all
     the icy detritus blocking the south path. The next room encountered has the
     supreme [Orihalcon] material and the one after that, another dragon puzzle!
     This statue shoots a projectil south, preventing the way to the northern
     exit. Solution: Pound all the pillars from the extreme left/right sides and
     trek north by hiding in the small alcoves. At the next ice-sliding rink, 
     immediately "Move" the left serpent statue out of its place, then do the
     following: SWSWNENWSW. At this point, go south to find the mercury djinni
     (Balm) and north to the exit ("E").
    
     Felix will now be back in the chamber that led to the fire-breathing statues.
     Slide down to the [Teleport Lapis] item -- which bestows the Teleport
     psynergy -- and use it immediately on the mystic floor circle to get to a
     new place.
    
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     NOTE: Teleport is the key to finishing the remaining optional dungeons
     (Yampi Desert Cave, Islet Cave, Anemos Inner Sanctum) but the latter will
     require all djinni to complete, so don't leave prematurely...at least get
     the upcoming Sol Blade! ALSO: Teleport can be used on the world map to visit
     previously-accessed towns (only) so there's a shortcut at long last.
     ############################################################################
    
     Now that the team has Teleport, go back downstairs (past firebreathers) and
     go south to the dead-end room previously opened. "Reveal" the teleport circle
     ("G") that leads to the Orihalcon room's ledge, giving access to the next
     flight down ("H"). There'll now be a puzzle that involves racing west through
     some obstacles while trying to beat a triggered firebreathing statue. The
     stakes? If Felix doesn't get to the end first, a dragon statue blows him back
     east into a pit and he'll have to do the events all over again. Before going
     down the groove, get the west [Valkyrie Mail] chest and perhaps set "Pound"
     to a shortcut.
    
     Beyond is another summoning pad ("J") but ignore it for a moment and go down
     the corridor beyond to where the "J" path takes Felix: right into the path of
     a waiting dragon-statue trap! To avoid an extra-crispy fall into the abyss,
     move the snake statue in front of the flame trigger's trajectory, and now
     when "J" is taken, the team can advance without harm. The ensuing room has
     a stepping-stone puzzle with a single chest, the awesome [Sol Blade], as its
     prize. Exit south when it's pocketed and leave via the "M" stairway.
    
     Follow the path to where a suspicious block of ice encases two suspicious
     dragons. Naturally, the only way to proceed is Blazing a nearby statue and
     freeing the dragons who, of course, attack when a teammate Bursts open the
     crack. It's like the saying: suspicion killed the cat. No wait...
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      | BOSS: Fire Dragon x2 |
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      | HP: 5348 (Lil) | EXP: 5004 | Weak: Watr | $$: 3393 | DROPS: Psy Crystal |
      | HP: 5724 (Big) |___________|____________|__________|____________________|
      |________________|
    
       • L: Healing Aura [foes: heals HP]
       • B: Debilitate [multi: lowers DEF]
       • B: Eruption [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • L: Supernova [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • B: Meteor Blow [all: fire-elem damage]
       • L: Fiery Blast [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • A: Rolling Flame [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • B: Rising Dragon [single: fire-elem damage]
       • L: Break [all: removes positive stat boosts]
       • B/L: Flame Breath [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • L: Heat Kiss [single: phys damage + %Delusion]
       • B: Stun Muscle [single: phys damage + %Paralysis]
       • L: Death Scythe [single: phys damage + %Instant Death]
       • B: Cage [single: damage + target loses their action that turn]
       • L: Djinnfest [all: one djinn is randomly put in 'Recover' mode]
    
       One dragon copies Agatio's repertoire and the other Karst's... Since you've
       already figured out the "secret" here -- I hope -- there shouldn't be much
       of a strategy to use, besides the one at Jupiter Lighthouse, and even then,
       we've gotten stronger, better equipment, and a full party since then! Like
       before, defeat the smaller of the two dragons for an easier time. The only
       improvement from J-Lighthouse is more HP...and if you've already defeated
       Star Magician at Treasure Isle, this will be a cakewalk. [Remember: when
       only the big dragon is left, seal its psynergy for an easier time!]
    
     With the dragons' surprise revealed (Shock! Awe! Dismay!) snatch the [Mars
     Star] from the right one and set it in the statue that beckons for it. This
     will put the "fire" back in the lighthouse, and remove the icy casings from
     the dragon statues in the dungeon's very first room. Retreat back there and
     Blaze the left statue, then destroy the ice on the 2nd, which also uncovers
     the "N" stair's path. This leads up to the final fire djinni (Fugue) who,
     like the true embodiment of the fightin' spirit...fights the team.
    
     After, Retreat to ground level and go up the "A" stairway. With the Mars Star
     intact, the statue that turned Felix away before (if he went) will now open
     the way to the four elemental trials. They can be done in any order, it
     doesn't matter. [I suggest "Retreat"ing back to the trial hub instead of
     backtracking from each tower.]
    
     FIRE : At the base of the trial's tower, make sure to snatch the useful
            [Alastor's Hood] from the right side. Inside, Burst the two sections
            of the walls to get access to the lava/stepping stone puzzle. Go the
            length of the left path and find the button that sets the flame statue
            in motion; then, go down the right and Blaze the dragon statue to
            crack the remaining wall. Burst that one to find the next-lowest tier.
    
            Now it's time for a pipe-moving puzzle! Do it in this order: (1) move
            the mandatory first one (2) follow the south path and move the serpent
            statue west one tile (3) use the northern stair to move said statue
            one tile west, blocking a firebreathing statue (4) follow the path
            past the defunct firebreather and go counterclockwise to dislodge the
            first pipe, which shuts off a 2nd firebreather in the east (5) bypass
            this 2nd firebreather to reach the exit. Blaze the tower-top tablet
            to end the trial.
    
     WATER: After a bit of walking, it's an ice-sliding puzzle! Slide to the NW
            stairway and, one floor down, there's another pipe puzzle! To make the
            fire circuit: (1) Frost the NE puddle and push the north pipe east (2)
            push the central pipe north (2) Frost the remaining puddle (3) push
            central pipe back south (4) push southern pipe north. Back upstairs,
            slide to the NE corner and Blaze the statue's flammable fumes to make
            the dragon statue clear the icy debris from the rink. It'll now be
            possible to slide to the west exit and then get to the tower-top
            Blaze-able pictogram.
    
     WIND : Not surprisingly, this tower will have some Cyclonable warp pads.
            At the entrance, take the left one up; at the fork, take the left one
            again to enter the main room. Move the serpent statue in front of the
            firebreathing statue and take the remaining path back to the tower's
            entrance. This time, when given the choice at the upper fork, use the
            right cyclone pad to land safely in front of the ex-firebreathing
            statue.
    
            On the north side of the room, find the suspicious floor circle and
            "Reveal" a hidden cyclone pad, which eventually leads back to the
            same room, just on the NE ledge. The moving statue here gives a small
            window to push a block west, and in doing so, the west hoverpad'll
            work again. Use it to bypass the firebreathing statue's trajectory
            and get to the final cyclone pad which leads to the next floor up.
            Immediately head left and get the [Psy Crystal], avoiding a nasty
            plummet into an abyss thanks to a dragon statue. When the coast is
            temporarily clear, follow the projectile south, "Reveal" a hidden
            stepping stone, and exit to the tower-top tablet.
    
     EARTH: There'll be some movable statues here, but some cover firebreathing
            statues waiting to damage the team's HP. "Move" the following ones:
            right, left. Use the passage behind the final statue to get to the
            room above. Here, "Carry" the two lower stones into their ledge slots
            and push the 3rd higher one in front of a firebreathing statue, which
            gives access to the tightrope. In order to bypass the next 2 statues,
            use "Sand" to hide in the small isolated tiles. The way to the peak's
            pictogram will then be easy to find.
    
     With all the trials completed, the dragon statue creates a teleport pad going
     to the aerie. THIS IS THE POINT OF NO RETURN, so if you want to do any of the
     optional dungeons, now is the right time. 
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      | BOSS: Doom Dragon |
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      | HP: 13200 (Total) | EXP: ---- | Weak: Wind | $$: ---- | ATKS: 4, 3, 2 |
      |___________________|___________|____________|__________|_______________|
                                                              |               |
       • Haunt [multi: %Haunt]                                | DROPS: ------ |
       • Curse [single: %Curse]                               |_______________|
       • spire [multi: earth-elem damage]
       • Thorn [multi: earth-elem damage]
       • Briar [multi: earth-elem damage]
       • Inferno: [all: fire-elem damage]
       • Cruel Ruin [all: non-elem damage]
       • Nettle [multi: earthe-elem damage]
       • Psy Boost [single: recovers 20 PP]
       • Clay Spire [multi: earth-elem damage]
       • Quake Sphere [all: earth-elem damage]
       • Fiery Blast [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • Flare Storm [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • Gravel Blow [multi: earth-elem damage]
       • Serpent Fume [single: fire-elem damage]
       • Guard Aura [self: reduces damage taken]
       • Break [all: removes positive stat boosts]
       • Darksol Gasp [multi: non-elem damage + %Haunt]
       • Blast Breath [multi: non-elem damage + %DEF Down]
       • Desert Gasp [multi: earth-elem damage + %DEF Down]
       • Djinn Blast [single: all djinn put in recovery mode]
       • Earth Force [single: makes character lose action that turn]
    
       It just wouldn't be a boss without a multi-part last fight! The D.D. has
       three heads and each must be defeated, so that's three bosses back to back
       (which means summon-rushing is a horrible idea). Defeating a head will then
       reduce the boss' repertoire and reduce its number of attacks per turn: it
       starts at 4 and can eventually be whittled down to 2. However, the boss'll
       typically get tougher as the fight goes on because in the early going, he
       uses junk psynergy (Briar, Flare Storm, etc.) on a lot of turns; later,
       he'll use hard-hitting unique attacks like Cruel Ruins and Darksol Gasp.
    
       Perhaps the most annoying attack in its arsenal is Djinn Storm, which'll
       remove all djinn influence for a character and, thusly, the stat boosts.
       In the middle of a 4-turn attack, this can certainly be deadly! It might
       not be a bad idea to have that character defend (or use a damage-dampening
       djinn effect) for a few turns until they start getting their 'oomph' back.
       If the team healer gets Djinnstorm'd, make sure to have someone throw some
       Mist Potions around -- it's not like they'll be needed later!
    
       As far as party roles go (and I'm using the GS2 original party for this),
       Felix should try to use the Sol Blade's Megiddo effect (700+ damage), and
       Piers should use Diamond Berg or a good weapon effect, such as Excalibur's
       Legend or Masamune's Rising Dragon (both of which can double or triple the
       normal unleash damage). Jenna should be healer throughout with little
       variation, unless she has a good weapon (Masamune?) that can make a normal
       attack standout. Sheba should be stat-buffer, like usual. The importance of
       her role can't be understated: it's helpful inherently but it can do the
       "Break-baiting" trick, which "baits" the boss into using Break, wasting one
       of its precious turns.
    
       Other than what's listed, the fight can turn standard rather quick. Before
       I suggested not using summons, but if you end up using the 2nd party (i.e.
       the main party is KO'd), a fast summon-rush may help. ALSO, if allies get
       Haunted, use the Salt djinni's effect to remove all that nonsense (Flower's
       doesn't do the trick). It really can't be said enough how awesome both the
       Legend/Megiddo unleash is here -- they can easily do 1000+ if ATK-boosted.
              _________          _______    _______  _        ______   _ 
              \__   __/|\     /|(  ____ \  (  ____ \( (    /|(  __  \ ( )
                 ) (   | )   ( || (    \/  | (    \/|  \  ( || (  \  )| |
                 | |   | (___) || (__      | (__    |   \ | || |   ) || |
                 | |   |  ___  ||  __)     |  __)   | (\ \) || |   | || |
                 | |   | (   ) || (        | (      | | \   || |   ) |(_)
                 | |   | )   ( || (____/\  | (____/\| )  \  || (__/  ) _ 
                 )_(   |/     \|(_______/  (_______/|/    )_)(______/ (_)
    
     After the dialogue, extra scenes, and credits, there'll be a prompt to save.
     NOTE: There is no New Game Plus option so if you want to make a cleared save
     (which can't be loaded again), don't overwrite the one yer already usin'.
    
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    43) Treasure Isle                                            [OPTIONAL]  [WK43]
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     Although it lacks Jack Hawkins and other ruffians, Treasure Isle can still be
     a fun, albeit short, booty-oriented romp. It's the northeasternmost island in
     the Eastern Sea, and has an angular reef surrounding it.
    
     ENEMIES: Stone Soldier, Harridan, Cannibal Ghoul, Turtle Dragon, Earth Golem,
              Sea Hedgehog, Pyrodra, Great Seagull, Puppet Warrior, Gillman Lord
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                        |4|_____|  _| |                        | 14  |
                        |  _   ___|  _|_____                   |_   _|
                        | |_| | |  _   _    |                  __| |__
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                 ___|  _  | | |   __   ___| |      _________  | |―――| |
                |567   _____| |3|___   _____|    _|  _   _  |_|_ ―|― _| 
                |8 9| |        ―    | |         |12 | | | | 13|_|  _|      
                | 10|  ―――|___|―――――| |         |_| |_| |_| |_|  _|      
                |―――  |―| |  _   ―   _|           |___   _____  |    
                |―――  | | |   |  ―| |                 | |_    | |_
         ___     ―――| | |___| |___| |                 |  _|___| |A|
        |1 2|―――|―――| |     |_______|                 | |11  _  | | 
        |_ _|_ _|_ _| |                               | |―| |_____|
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           Start -|_|―         Treasure Isle is the dungeon Briggs raided to get
                               his jewels, and now, Felix's squad can loot it for
     |――――|―――――――――――――――――|  the rest of its goodies. Just inside, get the
     | 01 | 161 Coins       |  [161 Coins] and [Lucky Medal] chests at the far
     | 02 | Lucky Medal     |  left door, and continue to the northern pond.
     | 03 | Jester's Armlet |
     | 04 | Power Bread     |  Stepping on the switch to the north triggers a
     | 05 | Cookie          |  stone trap that prevents further advancement...that
     | 06 | Psy Crystal     |  is, until Felix uses Grind. Ignore all the chests
     | 07 | 911 Coins       |  and simply exit to the east to a pillar/tightrope
     | 08 | Sylph Feather   |  puzzle. To do this puzzle, move the pillar 2 tiles
     | 09 | Rusty Axe       |  south and one east, then stand in the south and
     | 10 | Star Dust       |  push it north onto the switch. This triggers the
     | 11 | Iris Robe       |  Grindstone trap, but since we're on the south, it
     | 12 | Djinni: Gale    |  doesn't actually "trap" anything. Exit across the
     | 13 | Fire Brand      |  tightrope.
     | 14 | Tablet: Azul    |
     |____|_________________|  The next room has three more grindstones that'll
                               spring up when triggered. Sink the rightmost and
     use the tightrope path to get the [Jester's Armlet], then exit north into a
     small maze. The NW exit leads further in, but take the southern path to find
     the 1st grindstone pond. Supposing y'didn't the NW of the large stones, Felix
     can hop to the treasures (#5-10) without a problem. On the way back to the NW
     maze exit, make sure to get the [Power Bread] held by a mimic. There'll be a
     boulder to Lift, and this marks the 2nd leg of the dungeon where the harder
     monsters rear their ugly mugs. Snatch the [Iris Robe] before going north.
    
     There'll now be a cliff puzzle consisting of three passages between cliffs
     and six liftable rocks. To get the [Fire Brand] and jupiter djinni (Gale),
     lift the lower-middle rock and hop along to the items -- the djinni puts up
     a fight. To exit, lift up the SW, NW, and NE rocks, then hop across the abyss
     to the ladder, going east. The south door connects to a previous path while
     the north road leads to the boss room (after a tiny maze).
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      | BOSS: Star Magician |
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      | HP: 7486 | EXP: 11150+ | WEAK: Fire | $$: 7454+ | DROPS: ---- | ATKS: 2 |
      |__________|_____________|____________|___________|_____________|_________|
    
       • SM: Megacool [multi: ice-elem damage]
       • SM: Mine Ball [multi: physical damage]
       • TB: Storm Ray [multi: wind-elem damage]
       • SM: Spark Plasma [all: wind-elem damage]
       • TB: Flash Bolt [multi: wind-elem damage]
       • RB: Earnest Ply [single: refills all HP?]
       • TB: Shine Plasma [multi: wind-elem damage]
       • RB: Restore [single: removes all status effects]
       • AB: Anger Ball [multi: non-elem kamikaze attack]
       • RB: Cure Poison [single: removes poison/deadly poison]
       • SM: Mystic Call [summons a random 'Ball' ally into battle]
       • GB: Guard Aura [Star Magician: heavily lowers damage taken, 1 turn]
    
       In the scheme of things, Star Magician is the 2nd-hardest of the four
       optional bosses. It's not really himself that's impressive (just look at
       his repertoire), but he stacks the odds in his favor by having up to four
       cohorts. Said cohorts are 'Ball' type enemies: Thunder, Anger, Restore,
       or Guardian. So, basically his team gets up to six attacks per turn, and
       that should be enough to make the fight draw out a bit.
    
       The first order of business is getting rid of the most dangerous cohorts
       and trying to get four Thunder Balls on Star Magician's side -- this will
       definitely give him 6 attacks per turn but he can't use Guard Aura, cure
       himself, or have any kamikaze allies on his team. Try to work fast because
       the more allies that die, the more turns SM wastes using Mystic Call! [The
       balls have about 250-550 HP from best to worse, which is Thunder to Anger]
    
       As for the allies, when the enemy field is good, avoid attacking cohorts
       and go right for the boss with powerful single-target attacks (no summons!)
       while the girls either heal or boost everyone's RES. Damage-reducing djinni
       can help if y'get in a bind; or, if you're not that powerful to begin with,
       let Mia replace an attacker and have two healers working the beat. If there
       is any good news about this battle, it's that the boss can't "Break" the
       allies' stat boosts, so buff RES immediately and ATK when possible to cook
       a fire under the magician. [When Magician dies, remember that his cohorts
       have to be defeated, too!]
    
       TWO MORE TIPS
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       • Keep your healers' PP in mind!
       • When everyone's RES and ATK are buffed to max, try casting Sleep =)
    
     With Star Magician visiting the hospital in the sky, inspect the tablet to
     learn the Azul summon (4 Mercury, 3 Venus).
    
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    The below strategy was submitted by: DragonKnight Zero
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     Worked out my own strategy to take Star Magician down with a Lv 32 party.  The
     gist of it is to set up a Coatlicue loop along with keeping defense buffs up.
     More specific details follows.  No rare drops are required to use this strat.
    
     Needed: Enough Djinn for at least two people to equip 8 of them, up to date
             defensive gear, Shade, Zepher, Steam or Breeze (Steam preferred), 
             Ether or Aroma.
    
     Recommended: Strong weapons speeds things up. Kite, Gale, Breath, and Spritz
                  come recommended.  Rime and/or Luff may be handy.
    
     Take one adept from each element and set their Djinn as follows. I'll use the
     names of the GS2 crew for ease of use.
    
     Felix: 1-2 Venus, 6 Mercury (Shade or Steam but not both)
     Sheba: 2 Jupiter, 6 Venus
     Piers: 2 Mercury (1 is Shade or Steam), 6 Mars
     Jenna: 1-2 Mars, 6 Jupiter
    
     Different class combos may work as long as someone has access to the Protect
     or Protector spells and you can unleash 3 Mercury and 3 Jupiter Djinn within
     2 rounds. Onto the battle itself:
    
     Round 1:
     Felix: Unleash Shade
     Sheba: Unleash Jupiter Djinn
     Piers: Unleash Steam
     Jenna: Unleash Zepher
    
     At lower levels, Star Magician is likely to be faster than your team. Zepher
     fixes that.  Steam boosts Resistance, lowering the damage you take from magic
     and Mine Ball. I decided to use Shade here as this is the round where you
     won't have the Agility buff. Having Sheba use Gale on a Ball may blow it off
     the battlefield.
    
     Round 2:
     Felix: Unleash Mercury Djinn (recommend Spritz)
     Sheba: whatever 
     Piers: whatever
     Jenna; Unleash Jupiter Djinn
    
     Make sure to heal damage from the previous round; this is when the team is
     most vulnerable to someone going down. You'll go first so speed won't be an
     issue. What Jupiter Djinn Jenna uses depends on the situation. Ether if
     someone's missing enough PP, etc...  If you want her to summon Coatlicue next
     round (Wind power boost), use Kite.  I'd reset for convenience if someone is
     unlucky enough to be downed here.  (Angry Mine, two Mine Balls, and a Shine
     Plasma centered on the same target hurts)
    
     Round 3:
     Felix: whatever
     Sheba: whatever
     Piers: summons Coatlicue
     Jenna; casts Protect
    
     Mine Ball is physical so Protect reduces its damage. Actually, anyone can
     summon Coatlicue. If someone's really beat up from the previous round, use
     Sheba or Felix to help out with healing.
    
     Round 4:
     Jenna: cast High Impact
     Everyone else does whatever.
    
     High Impact is optional but does speed things up as the party's main offense
     will likely be physical attacks. Heal if needed though Coatlicue should
     provide sufficient coverage.
    
     Round 5:
     Everyone does whatever.
    
     This round is for doing damage as Djinn reset.
    
     All Djinn will have reset and Agility will return to normal so repeat the
     process from round 1. Coatlicue fades after round 2 in the loop, which is
     conveniently before it's summoned again. As for what targets to go after on
     free turns: Eliminate Refresh Balls first, than Guardian Balls (though both
     are equal when you haven't damaged the Star Magician yet). Anger Balls can be
     dangerous if there's more than one.  If there's only one Anger Ball out, I'd
     rather be attacking the Magician myself if there are no Refresh or Guardian
     Balls in the way.  Keep up the loop and avoid unleashing any attack Djinn on
     an enemy targetted by multiple characters and Star Magician will go down
     without any item use even. With defensive buffs in place and constantly up,
     your party will endure even with 4 Thunder Balls out.
    
     It's totally optional but after the Star Magician falls, while taking out the
     Thunder Balls you can switch in your lower level characters so that they gain
     the full EXP.
    
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    44) Yampi Desert Cave                                        [OPTIONAL]  [WK44]
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     ENEMIES:  Fire Dragon, Soul Army, Minos Knight, Winged Lizard, Sand Scorpion
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       |―――――|                   \2\___   \D\    |――――|――――――――――――――――――|
       |  6  |             _____  )  _ \/――) )   | 01 | Water of Life    |
       |_   _|_____ _     |C    \_| | \  (―| |   | 02 | Mythril Silver   |
        _| |_|     |D|    |  ――\__  |  ―\ ―  |   | 03 | Dark Matter      |
       | |_  | | | | |    | |―\___| |    ――――    | 04 | Orihalcon        |
       |   |___| |___|    | |_____| |_ _         | 05 | Djinni: Crystal  |
       |_  |3      |      |  __   ___ |B|        | 06 | Tablet: Daedalus |
      _  | |―|―|―| |      |_|__| (__ \__|        |____|__________________|
     |C|_|       |  ――|   |____     \__
     | |_ 5|_|_|      |    _   \A/―\___|  To find Yampi Desert cave, teleport to
     |_____|   | |____|  _|A|_  ―         Alhafra and enter the dungeon from its
               |     B| |_   1|           eastern point, the one with all of the
               |  4 ――|   |_|―            sandfalls. Go to the westernmost one
                ――――――     |              and use "Sand" to climb to its peak,
                         Start            where a normally inaccessible cave is.
    
     Snatch the [Water of Life] by the start and teleport down to the lower level
     ("A"). In this area, go to the NW portion and "Sand" under an obstacle, then
     "Burst" the crumbly pillar to proceed north to a rolling-pillar puzzle. Ignore
     the entrance nearby ("C") and do the puzzle, which culminates in "Sand"ing
     under a pillar. Adjacent, find the dead end with [Mythril Silver] to scoop,,
     and trek to the far exit ("D").
    
     Here, "Sand" again and move the pillar onto its spot, blocking the way back.
     South, get the [Dark Matter] chest and keep going south, like your lift
     depends on it! Another pillar-moving puzzle to do: (1) push pillar south (2)
     (2) push north pillar north-er (3) push 1st pillar back north (4) roll
     west pillar east (5) repeat steps #1 and #2 which can only be done by using
     "Sand" (6) push remaining west pillar east, clearing the exit. Take the
     ledge path and move a pillar (opens "C" route), then doubleback and go south,
     where an [Orihalcon] chest and the "B" stairway is, the latter accessible
     after Bursting the crumbling pillar.
    
     Locate "C" and go down -- notice the weird thing moving around in the sand.
     Time a Scoop psynergy correctly and unearth the prize: Crystal the earth
     djinni! Unlike others in recent hours, this one puts up a fight. Finally,
     go north (Pound stake) and move a pillar onto the sandy marker, which will
     connect the path. But which path? The one from the "D" stairway of course!
     Backtrack to the "D" stairway and this time, take the highroad to the boss
     room.
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      | BOSS: Valukar |
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      | HP: 12960 | EXP: 8702 | WEAK: Watr | $$: 4980 | DROPS: ---- | ATKS: 2 |
      |___________|___________|____________|__________|_____________|_________|
    
       • Stun Jip [single: magic damage + %Paralysis]
       • Djinn Stun [all: puts 1 random djinn from each ally on 'standby']
       • Summon [all: uses best learned summon of available standby djinn]
    
       This boss is the easiest of the four optional bosses for one reason: the
       strategy calls for summon-rushing. The boss can drain everyone's djinn and
       then use the learned summons himself, which is why having them around just
       ain't a good idea. However, this is really where the two-party system can
       really help.
    
       What I mean is, most people have an ally party they use a lot. In this
       case, before fighting Valukar, use a normal battle and switch in all the
       allies you DON'T use, then put all their djinn on standby. Naturally they
       will probably die within a few turns but if their AGL is good enough, not
       before they heavily damage the boss with massive summons. At this point,
       the "main" force will arrive and take over, either with normal attacking
       strategies or with their own blitzkreig of mighty summons. This strategy
       can work very very well (although luck helps), especially if someone makes
       the boss's AGL lower, such as with the Hestia Blade's Crucible Fire effect.
    
       Of course, since the boss can't use "Break" psynergy, stat-buffing helps
       smooth over some of the inevitable damage y'take should the summon strategy
       be put to use. [Of course, an ATK-buffed Megiddo can do pretty well on its
       own!] Don't let him summon Megaera or he'll raise his ATK and then someone
       will have to use Break on HIM!
    
     With Valukar in bloody chunklets, inspect the ancient tablet to learn the
     cool Daedalus summon [4 Mars, 3 Venus]!
    
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    45) Islet Cave                                                           [WK45]
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     ENEMIES: Magicore, Stone Soldier, Druj, Chimera Worm, Wonder Bird, Cruel
              Dragon
    
     The Islet Cave is an unmarked "dungeon" by the Sea of Time Islet, and can
     only be accessed by doing an optional trading sidequest detailed in section
     [WK28]. At this time, whenever Felix enters the islet, he can Mind Read the
     turtle and be taken to the dungeon.
    
     Luckily, the area is so straightforward that it hardly qualifies for a
     dungeon. The normally accessible part involves a few log-rolling streams,
     which allow one to get the [Turtle Boots] and a [Rusty Staff], which can
     be turned into a Dracomace in Yallam. There's also an earth djinni (Meld)
     easily accessible as well.
    
     The 2nd stretch of the cave is accessible when Teleport is obtained in the
     final lighthouse. Teleport across the pond and start a looooooooooong stretch
     of interlocked hallways, none of which are particularly interesting. Toward
     the end there will be a moving statue though, and using Tremor will knock a
     mercury djinni (Serac) free. It has to be fought, but that's just the way
     of the world... Eventually the final room can be approached.
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      | BOSS: Sentinel |
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      | HP: 8736 | EXP: 10538 | WEAK: Erth | $$: 6144 | DROPS: ---- | ATKS: 3 |
      |__________|____________|____________|__________|_____________|_________|
    
       • Guard [self: raises DEF]
       • Blue Bolt [multi: wind-elem damage]
       • Break [all: removes positive statuses]
       • Searing Beam [multi: fire-elem damage]
       • Spark Plasma [multi: wind-elem damage]
       • Destruct Ray [multi: wind-elem damage]
       • Armor Crush [single: earth-elem damage + %DEF Down]
    
       Sentinel can be annoying for 3 reasons: (1) any psynergy, whether debuff
       or offensive in nature, won't work on him (2) he regenerates 200 HP and
       30 PP per round (3) three attacks per turn! This means that any party who
       wants to slay him had better be physically-oriented because that mage stuff
       ain't going to cut it. However, despite these qualities, Sentinel is still
       only 3rd-hardest of the optional bosses.
    
       This is a battle in which "Break-baiting" can really pay off, i.e. making
       Sentinel waste a precious attack turn in using Break. That is, if you want
       to fight the uphill battle fairly. In truth, the same strategy listed for
       Valukar can work for Sentinel as well: switch to the 4 allies not typically
       used and summon-rush with them, then let them die and have the main party
       continue the assualt. It may not be an enlightened strategy but it'll work
       well (especially with multiple Daedalus summons, who get a late hit the
       turn after their usage).
    
     Collect the Catastrophe summon [5 Jupiter, 3 Mars] and leave...or stick
     around and level-grind on Wonder Birds, who can also drop Dark Matter items
     occasionally.
    
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    46) Anemos Inner Sanctum                                     [OPTIONAL]  [WK46]
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     In preparation for the hardest boss in the game, you'll want to have all
     djinn, all summons, and everyone with an AGL of 250+ in their base class,
     to ensure that they get first crack! AGL-boosting equipment is: Quick Boots,
     Running Shirts, Aerial Gloves, Ninja Hood, Elven Shirt, Wild Coat, Feathered
     Robe, Golden Boots. Also extremely helpful is equipment that boosts base
     elemental power, such as: Leda's Bracelet, Big Bang Gloves, Triton's Ward,
     and Planet Armor. / If you need to level up, train on Wonder Birds in the
     Islet Cave dungeon, which should really hit the spot for fast level-ups.
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             _| |_        ENEMIES: Bombander, Grave Wight, Sky Dragon, Mad Demon
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            |  _  |       Anemos Sanctum is located in Contigo, a little east of
            |_    |       normal town limits. The normally accessible portions
              |  ―――――|   are its three front doors, the middle one which requires
          |―――   ―――| |   Reveal to get inside. But, this only leads to a single
          | |―   ―|_| |   [Dragon Skin] chest! The real sanctum entrance is the
        _ |_       ___|   long-forgotten teleport pad in the town square.
       |J|__|_   _|
       |    __  |     _ _   This warps to the inner sanctum, but the doors only
     |―   ―|__|―|__  |J|4|  open if all (72) djinn have been collected. Walking
     |     |  ___  | | | |  around the floor symbols, icons will light up & denote
     |_   _| |I|_| | |___|  how many of each kind have been caught or remain.
     |_______|_____| _____
           _        | E D |            ___ ___                           _______
         _|A|_      |―――――|  _        | D |   |                    _    |  ___  |
        |  _  |      ―| |―  |B|_____   ―| |_| |                   |I|___| |___| |_
        |     |      _|  ―――|  ___  |_  |  _| |              _    | |_     _   ___|
    |―――――|2|―――――| | |  ―|___  |     | | |B| |_     _   ___|H|___|  ___| |_| |___
    |_   _| |_   _| | |   |  _| |  C  | | |_    |  _|H| |  _____  | |   | |  _    |
      | |_| |_| |   |_|  _|_|  _|_____| |_____|C| |  _| |  ___  |___|   |  _|_| |―
      |  ENTER  |   |_____   _|     ___ _____  ―  | |_  | |_|     |  ___| | |   |―|
     _| |―|―|―| |_      |  _| |    |F  |     |    |_  | | |F|  G  | |  _  | |   | |
    |    ―|1|―    |     | |A| |     ―| |  3  |      |G| |  _|_____| | |_|_|_|_  |_|
    |_____| |_____|    _| | | |_     |  _____|       ―  |_  |_      |_____________|
          | |         |_________|    |_|                  |  E|
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    |――――|――――――――――――――――|  Once all 72 have been caught -- which, of course,
    | 01 | Dragon Skin    |  requires all to have been found in GS1 and carried
    | 02 | Tablet: Charon |  over via password -- it's time to go spelunkin' in
    | 03 | Dark Matter    |  the final optional dungeon. Before taking the first
    | 04 | Orihalcon      |  stairway ("A"), read the tablet inscription to learn
    |____|________________|  the Charon summon [8 Venus, 2 Jupiter].
                             
     Go north out of the maze and take the west room to find a stone that mimics
     the field movement of Felix. Move it onto the button while avoiding the pits
     -- simple...for now. Walk the east corridor and locate the "C" elevator,
     which is powered up by stepping on all the weird floor buttons. Above, push
     the pillar out of the way (reconnects path to "B" stair) and go west to the
     exit ("D"), which leads further down ("E").
    
     Here, enter the first room located and get the [Dark Matter] chest in one
     of the corners. Back upstairs, enter the only accessible room to find it
     full of crumbly tiles and elevater-power-upper circles. To do this without
     falling through, head directly to the NW corner, the SW corner, and then
     connect 5 circles (not NE) before looping back to the starting point. From
     there, just get the final one and head on up ("G") The path will curve back
     down ("H") a floor, where Felix can reconnect the path via a stump and then
     go east to a new and shiny boulder/pillar puzzle.
    
     This puzzle involves several rooms but needs a little setup first. Lift the
     crossroads boulder and exit south, navigating the passageway to 2nd tablet
     mimic puzzle. To solve this one, position the mimic stone so that its NE of
     the singular green block, then make it go SW (Felix goes SE) -- it should
     catch on the block's north side while Felix ends up aligned with the door.
     Go south all the way and then navigate the mimic block as usual. Now...
    
     1) North, at the 3-pillar portion, move onto either of the open depressions
     2) Backtrack to boulder crossroad and go north, looping back to boulder room
     3) Hop south and maneuver 2nd pillar onto 2nd depression
     4) Return north, loop counterclockwise, re-enter boulder room
     5) Lift boulder, go south, move 3rd pillar east
     6) Hop north and move 4th pillar west, under boulder and onto the door switch
    
     Down the stair ("I"), enter the 3rd and final tablet mimic room. This one's a
     bit harder but can be trial-and-errored through. Make the stone rub against
     the isolated green block's south side, then navigate it a bit to said block's
     north side -- grind it south. If done right, Felix should end up two spaces
     east from his westmost block. Beyond, use the "J" stair to snatch the final
     item, an [Orihalcon], then backtrack and go east.
    
     The puzzle room here involves a crossroad with nine crumbly tiles, and the
     key to doing this right is not cutting through the center. Using this method,
     go west and clockwise around the crossroads, to a point where one can "Move"
     a pillar off a Sand tile. Now, to get to this part, return to the crossroads
     and go east (it doesn't matter if y'cut through the center now) and "Sand"
     through the barrier. This allows Felix to find the north exit, where the
     final puzzle is pushing six blocks onto an insectoid drawing, matching up the
     shapes. When completed successfully, jump on top of it and use "Hover" to
     go north, where the game's hardest boss awaits...
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      | BOSS: Dullahan |
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      | HP: 16000 | EXP: 15600 | WEAK: Wind | $$: 6775 | DROPS: ---- | ATKS: 3 |
      |___________|____________|____________|__________|_____________|_________|
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       • Bind [single: %Seal]                             | HP REGEN: 200/turn |
       • Curse [single: %Curse]                           | PP REGEN: 100/turn |
       • Condemn [single: %Instant Death]                 |____________________|
       • Formina Sage [single: phys damage]
       • Summon Charon [all: earth-elem damage]
       • True Collide [multi: drains HP to self]
       • Break [all: removes positive stat bonuses]
       • Element Swap [self: changes elemental weakness]
       • Djinn Storm [all: puts all djinn into recovery mode]
    
       He has the most HP in the game and some of the meanest attacks as well.
       Formina Sage will essentially KO a person, although if at high levels
       (like Lv50+) one may survive intact. Djinn Storm will put everyone's djinn
       in recovery mode and that's really the coup de grace on a team who hasn't
       expended their summons. Additionally, Dullahan can summon Charon on a whim,
       which does high earth-elem damage to everyone -- d'oh! The recommended team
       of mine is:
    
       Team 1: Isaac, Garet, Felix, Jenna
       Team 2: Piers, Mia, Ivan, Sheba
    
       Perhaps the easiest strategy is to have everyone in the first party summon
       Daedalus the first turn. This will do about 2000 HP damage total the first
       turn but on the 2nd turn, about 4000 HP (because the summon's final missile
       gets a late hit). However, the final missiles DO NOT ARRIVE if the team's
       completely KO'd before then, so keep at least one person in the team living
       to ensure that crucial damage. When the 2nd team finally gets knocked into
       play, have all of them summon Eclipse, and with a little luck, the boss'll
       finally succumb that turn.
    
       It should be noted that, if you need to buy a turn, make sure that the Lull
       summon is NOT 'set' as it can render Dullahan useless temporarily.
    
     Defeating Dullahan gives access to the Iris tablet [9 Mars, 4 Mercury], the
     final summon in the game. There are plenty of ways to defeat the boss and
     most involve summoning, but if y'have a special way, organize it and send
     it my way, and I'll put it here!                     _______________________
    _____________________________________________________/ IV. APPENDICES [APND] |_
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    SHOP LIST                                                                [SHPL]
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     Shops are pretty standard in this game, except when it comes to artifacts.
     Certain artifacts (special equipment) will appear when the shop is first
     visited, and from then on, every shop in the world will carry them. The
     table navigation should be easy, although for the "USE?" column, the first
     letters of each of the main four's names is used ["F"elix, "J"enna, etc.]
     For the other four, their equipment options match up with the person of
     their corresponding type (Felix/Isaac, Piers/Garet, Jenna/Ivan, Mia/Sheba),
     not their element.
    
    DAILA
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     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
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     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Long Sword      | F--P |  14 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    200 |
     | Short Sword     | F--P |  08 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    120 |
     | Mace            | F-S- |  06 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |     80 |
     | Wooden Stick    | -JS- |  04 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |     40 |
     | Cotton Shirt    | FJSP | --- |  03 | --- | --- | -------------- |     20 |
     | Travel Vest     | FJSP | --- |  07 | --- | --- | -------------- |     50 |
     | One-Piece Dress | -JS- | --- |  04 | --- | --- | -------------- |     25 |
     | Wooden Shield   | F--P | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |     40 |
     | Padded Gloves   | FJSP | --- |  02 | --- | --- | -------------- |     10 |
     | Leather Cap     | FJSP | --- |  03 | --- | --- | -------------- |     30 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    MADRA
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
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     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Long Sword      | F--P |  14 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    200 |
     | Short Sword     | F--P |  08 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    120 |
     | Battle Axe      | F--P |  24 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    280 |
     | Mace            | F-SP |  06 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |     80 |
    *| Magic Rod       | -JS- |  16 | --- | --- | --- | Murk           |    380 |
     | Travel Vest     | FJSP | --- |  07 | --- | --- | -------------- |     50 |
     | Wooden Shield   | F--P | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |     40 |
     | Padded Gloves   | FJSP | --- |  02 | --- | --- | -------------- |     10 |
     | Leather Armlet  | -JS- | --- |  07 | --- | --- | -------------- |    180 |
     | Leather Cap     | FJSP | --- |  03 | --- | --- | -------------- |     30 |
     | Circlet         | -JS- | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |    120 |
     | Leather Boots   | FJSP | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |    270 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    ALHAFRA
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
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     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     | Long Sword      | F--P |  14 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    200 |
     | Broad Sword     | F--P |  40 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1000 |
     | Hunter's Sword  | FJ-P |  28 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    520 |
     | Battle Axe      | F--P |  24 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    280 |
     | Heavy Mace      | F-SP |  26 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    500 |
     | Leather Armor   | F--P | --- |  12 | --- | --- | -------------- |    240 |
     | Travel Vest     | FJSP | --- |  07 | --- | --- | -------------- |     50 |
     | Travel Robe     | -JS- | --- |  10 | --- | --- | -------------- |    200 |
     | Wooden Shield   | F--P | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |     40 |
     | Leather Gloves  | FJSP | --- |  10 | --- | --- | -------------- |    220 |
     | Leather Armlet  | -JS- | --- |  07 | --- | --- | -------------- |    180 |
     | Open Helm       | F--P | --- |  09 | --- | --- | -------------- |    180 |
     | Leather Cap     | FJSP | --- |  03 | --- | --- | -------------- |     30 |
     | Circlet         | -JS- | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |    120 |
     | Leather Boots   | FJSP | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |    270 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    MIKISALLA
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
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     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     | Broad Axe       | F--P |  50 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1400 |
    *| Blessed Ankh    | -JS- |  46 | --- | --- | --- | Psyphon Seal   |   1600 |
     | Psynergy Armor  | F--P | --- |  21 | --- | --- | PP +20         |   1000 |
     | Armlet          | -JS- | --- |  17 | --- | --- | -------------- |    900 |
     | Bronze Helm     | F--P | --- |  14 | --- | --- | -------------- |    600 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    GAROH    [Weapon/Armor shop doesn't open until Air's Rock events are passed.]
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
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     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     | Broad Sword     | F--P |  40 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1000 |
     | Hunter's Sword  | FJ-P |  28 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    520 |
     | Battle Axe      | F--P |  24 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    280 |
     | Heavy Mace      | F-SP |  26 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |    500 |
    *| Witch's Wand    | -JS- |  32 | --- | --- | --- | Stun Voltage   |    850 |
     | Leather Armor   | F--P | --- |  12 | --- | --- | -------------- |    240 |
     | Adept's Clothes | FJSP | --- |  18 | --- | --- | PP +8          |    850 |
     | Travel Robe     | -JS- | --- |  10 | --- | --- | -------------- |    200 |
     | Bronze Shield   | F--P | --- |  14 | --- | --- | -------------- |    500 |
     | Leather Gloves  | FJSP | --- |  10 | --- | --- | -------------- |    220 |
     | Leather Armlet  | -JS- | --- |  07 | --- | --- | -------------- |    180 |
     | Open Helm       | F--P | --- |  09 | --- | --- | -------------- |    180 |
     | Wooden Cap      | FJSP | --- |  10   --- | --- | -------------- |    400 |
     | Circlet         | -JS- | --- |  06 | --- | --- | -------------- |    120 |
    *| Safety Boots    | FJSP | --- |  12 | --- | --- | AGL x0.7       |    700 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    NAMIBWE
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     | Broad Sword     | F--P |  40 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1000 |
     | Battle Rapier   | FJ-P |  58 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2900 |
     | Broad Axe       | F--P |  50 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1400 |
     | Battle Mace     | F-SP |  56 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2600 |
    *| Psynergy Rod    | -JS- |  64 | --- | --- | --- | Psynergy Leech |   3800 |
     | Adept's Clothes | FJSP | --- |  18 | --- | --- | PP +8          |    850 |
     | Silk Robe       | -JS- | --- |  20 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1400 |
     | Iron Shield     | F--P | --- |  20 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1200 |
     | Armlet          | -JS- | --- |  17 | --- | --- | -------------- |    900 |
     | Bronze Helm     | F--P | --- |  14 | --- | --- | -------------- |    600 |
     | Wooden Cap      | FJSP | --- |  10   --- | --- | -------------- |    400 |
     | Silver Circlet  | -JS- | --- |  16 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1300 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    KIBOMBO          [Weapon/Armor shops closed until Gobamba Statue events end.]
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     | Claymore        | F--P |  70 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   4000 |
     | Battle Rapier   | FJ-P |  58 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2900 |
     | Broad Axe       | F--P |  50 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1400 |
     | Battle Mace     | F-SP |  56 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2600 |
    *| Frost Wand      | -JS- |  76 | --- | --- | --- | Frost Bite     |   5400 |
     | Chain Mail      | F--P | --- |  25 | --- | --- | -------------- |   2000 |
     | Adept's Clothes | FJSP | --- |  18 | --- | --- | PP +8          |    850 |
     | Silk Robe       | -JS- | --- |  20 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1400 |
     | Iron Shield     | F--P | --- |  20 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1200 |
     | Gauntlets       | FJSP | --- |  23 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1600 |
     | Armlet          | -JS- | --- |  17 | --- | --- | -------------- |    900 |
     | Iron Helm       | F--P | --- |  20 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1600 |
     | Silver Circlet  | -JS- | --- |  16 | --- | --- | -------------- |   1300 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    YALLAM
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     | Claymore        | F--P |  70 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   4000 |
     | Battle Rapier   | FJ-P |  58 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2900 |
     | Broad Axe       | F--P |  50 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   1400 |
     | Battle Mace     | F-SP |  56 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2600 |
     | Jerkin          | -JS- |  26 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2400 |
     | Heavy Armlet    | -JS- |  25 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2000 |
     | Mail Cap        | FJSP |  23 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   2000 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    APOJII ISLANDS
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Great Sword     | F--P |  90 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   7000 |
     | Armored Shell   | F--P | --- |  30 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3600 |
     | Knight's Shield | F--P | --- |  28 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3000 |
     | Steel Helm      | F--P | --- |  27 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3100 |
     | Guardian Circlet| -JS- | --- |  25 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3400 |
    *| Angelic Ankh    | -JS- |  83 | --- | --- | --- | Life Leech     |   6400 |
    *| Water of Life   | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Revive from KO |   3000 |
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    IZUMO
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | War Mace        | F-SP |  84 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   6400 |
     | Silver Vest     | FJSP | --- |  28 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3200 |
     | Platinum Circlet| -JS- | --- |  29 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4200 |
    *| Shamshir        | F--P |  99 | --- | --- | --- | Acid Bath      |  10000 |
    *| Ninja Blade     | F--P |  94 | --- | --- | --- | Cyclone Attack |   8800 |
    *| War Gloves      | FJSP |  10 |  32 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4000 |
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
    *| Psy Crystal     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all PP |   1500 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    CHAMPA
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Master Rapier   | FJ-P |  86 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   6800 |
     | Great Axe       | F--P |  80 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   5200 |
     | Plate Mail      | F--P | --- |  33 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4400 |
     | Silver Armlet   | -JS- | --- |  30 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4000 |
     | Silver Helm     | F--P | --- |  30 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3900 |_
    *| Demonic Staff   | -JS- |  92 | --- | --- | --- | Bad Omen       |  10000 |C|
    *| Blessed Robe    | -JS- | --- |  36 | --- | --- | HP Recovery +5 |   7000 |―
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
    *| Potion          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all HP |   1000 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    LOHO
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Vial            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 500 HP    |    500 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
    *| Spirit Armlet   | -JS- | --- |  38 | --- | --- | Er/Wa Powr +10 |   9000 |
    *| Potion          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all HP |   1000 |
    *| Psy Crystal     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all PP |   1500 |
    *| Mist Potion     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | 300 HP to all  |   1000 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    CONTIGO
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Vial            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 500 HP    |    500 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
    *| Mist Potion     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | 300 HP to all  |   9000 |
    *| Water of Life   | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Revive from KO |   3000 |
     | Great Sword     | F--P |  90 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   7000 |
     | Master Rapier   | FJ-P |  86 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   6800 |
     | Great Axe       | F--P |  80 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   5200 |
     | War Mace        | F-SP |  84 | --- | --- | --- | -------------- |   6200 |
    *| Swift Sword     | FJ-P | 104 | --- | --- | --- | Sonic Smash    |   9400 |
    *| Righteous Mace  | F-SP | 112 | --- | --- | --- | Blinding Smog  |   8400 |
     | Steel Armor     | F--P | --- |  36 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4900 |
     | Silver Vest     | FJSP | --- |  28 | --- | --- | -------------- |   3200 |
     | Silver Armlet   | -JS- | --- |  30 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4000 |
     | Knight's Helm   | F--P | --- |  33 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4600 |
     | Platinum Circlet| -JS- | --- |  29 | --- | --- | -------------- |   4200 |
    *| Mirrored Shield | F--P | --- |  39 | --- | --- | Can delude foe |   5200 |
    *| Jeweled Crown   | FJSP | --- |  33 | --- |  05 | -------------- |   4000 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
       - Swift Sword also gives +10 Wind Power
       - Righteous Mace also gives 3 HP/turn recovery
    
    SHAMAN VILLAGE         [Shops are closed until Trial Road events are passed.]
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Vial            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 500 HP    |    500 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
    *| Silver Blade    | F--P | 108 | --- | --- | --- | Aqua Sock      |  12000 |
    *| Crystal Rod     | -JS- | 106 | --- | --- | --- | Drown          |  13400 |
    *| Magical Cassock | -JS- | --- |  39 | --- | --- | PP Recovery +2 |   9000 |
    *| Potion          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all HP |   1000 |
    *| Psy Crystal     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all PP |   1500 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
    PROX
      _________________ ______ _____ _____ _____ _____ ________________ ________
     | ITEM            | USE? | ATK | DEF | AGL | LCK | UNLEASH/EFFECT | COST   |
     |―――――――――――――――――|――――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――|――――――――|
     | Herb            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 50 HP     |     10 |
     | Nut             | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 200 HP    |    200 |
     | Vial            | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Heal 500 HP    |    500 |
     | Mist Potion     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | 300 HP to all  |   9000 |
     | Antidote        | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Poison    |     20 |
     | Elixir          | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Cure Del/St/Sl |     50 |
     | Sacred Feather  | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Less encountrs |     70 |
    *| Mysterious Robe | -JS- | --- |  48 | --- | --- | -------------- |  38500 |
    *| Psy Crystal     | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Restore all PP |   1500 |
    *| Water of Life   | FJSP | --- | --- | --- | --- | Revive from KO |   3000 |
     |_________________|______|_____|_____|_____|_____|________________|________|
    
       - Mysterious Robe has 20HP and 10PP/round recovery
    
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    EQUIPMENT LIST                                                           [EQPT]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
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     Anyone can equip boots, undershirts, rings, caps, and clothes, but beyond
     that, everyone has certain things. [NOTE: Isaac's team's selections match
     up with their GS:TLA counterparts, i.e. Ivan equips whatever Sheba can,
     Garet whatever Piers can, etc.]
    
     Felix: Longswords, Light Blades, Axes, Helms, Gloves, Heavy Armor
     Jenna: Light Blades, Staff/Rod, Robes, Circlets, Dresses, Armlets
     Sheba: Maces, Staff/Rod, Robes, Circlets, Dresses, Armlets
     Piers: Longswords, Light Blades, Axes, Helms, Gloves, Heavy Armor
    
     All artifact unleashes will inflict damage, although not all have a secondary
     effect like deadly poison or DEF Down. Asterisked items (*) denote cursed
     artifacts, and parenthesized () monsters in the right-hand column denote the
     source of the dropped weapon.                                _____________
     ____________________________________________________________/ LONG SWORDS |_
     ――――――――――――――――|―――――|――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|―――――――|――――――――――――――――
     Long Sword      |  15 | -------------------------- |   200 | ---------------
     Broad Sword     |  40 | -------------------------- |  1000 | ---------------
     Arctic Blade    |  55 | Blizzard (ATK Down)        | ----- | GS Transfer
     Storm Brand     |  60 | Hurricane (ATK Down)       | ----- | Aqua Rock
     Claymore        |  70 | -------------------------- | ----- | ---------------
     Great Sword     |  90 | -------------------------- |  7000 | ---------------
     Shamshir        |  99 | Acid Bath (DEF Down)       | 10000 | ---------------
     Robber's Blade  | 101 | Shred (DEF Down)           | ----- | Rusted Item
     Silver Blade    | 108 | Aqua Sock                  | 12000 | ---------------
     Muramasa*       | 126 | Demonfire (Haunt)          | ----- | GS Transfer
     Cloud Brand     | 130 | Raiden's Wrath             | ----- | Gaia Rock
     Lightning Sword | 134 | Flash Edge (Delusion)      | ----- | Tundaria Tower
     Gaia Blade      | 135 | Titan Blade                | ----- | GS Transfer
     Soul Brand      | 141 | Soul Shatter               | ----- | Rusted Item
     Hestia Blade    | 145 | Crucible Fire (AGL Down)   | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Huge Sword      | 155 | Heavy Divide (DEF Down)    | ----- | Forged Item
     Mythril Blade   | 160 | Lethe Albion (Seal)        | ----- | Forged Item
     Levatine        | 173 | Radiant Fire               | ----- | Forged Item
     Fire Brand      | 176 | Purgatory (Sleep)          | ----- | Treasure Isle
     Excalibur       | 180 | Legend                     | ----- | Forged Item
     Sol Blade       | 200 | Megiddo                    | ----- | Mars Lighthouse
     Darksword*      | 210 | Acheron's Grief (D-Poison) | ----- | Forged Item
     ________________|_____|____________________________|_______|________________
      - Gaia Blade also gives +20 Earth PWR/RES                  ______________
     ___________________________________________________________/ LIGHT BLADES |_
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     Short Sword     |   8 | -------------------------- |   120 | ---------------
     Bandit's Sword  |  12 | Rapid Smash                | ----- | GS Transfer
     Hunter's Sword  |  28 | -------------------------- |   720 | ---------------
     Pirate's Sword  |  34 | Dreamtide (Sleep)          | ----- | Osenia Cliffs
     Elven Rapier    |  44 | Vorpal Slash               | ----- | GS Transfer
     Hypnos' Sword   |  49 | Moon Air (Sleep)           | ----- | Garoh
     Battle Rapier   |  58 | -------------------------- |  2900 | ---------------
     Mystery Blade   |  85 | Life Nourish (Heals User)  | ----- | GS Transfer
     Master Rapier   |  86 | -------------------------- |  6800 | ---------------
     Assassin Blade  |  90 | Mortal Danger (Instadeath) | ----- | GS Transfer
     Corsair's Edge  |  90 | Lunar Slash (RES Down)     | ----- | Lemuria
     Ninja Blade     |  99 | Cyclone Attack (RES Down)  | ----- | Izumo
     Swift Sword     | 104 | Sonic Smash                | ----- | Contigo
     Mist Sabre      | 110 | Searing Fog (Delusion)     | ----- | Aqua Rock
     Sylph Rapier    | 124 | Mad Zephyr                 | ----- | Forged Item
     Kikuichimonji   | 128 | Asura                      | ----- | GS Transfer
     Pirate's Saber  | 136 | Scorpionfish (D. Poison)   | ----- | Rusted Item
     Phaeton's Blade | 151 | Light Surge (Delusion)     | ----- | Jup. Lighthouse
     Burning Sword   | 157 | Blaze Rush (DEF Down)      | ----- | Forged Item
     Masamune        | 161 | Rising Dragon              | ----- | Yallam
     Tisiphone Edge  | 178 | Vengeance                  | ----- | (Cruel Dragon)
     ________________|_____|____________________________|_______|________________
                                                                  _____________
     ____________________________________________________________/ STAVES/RODS |_
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     Wooden Stick    |   4 | -------------------------- |    40 | ---------------
     Shaman's Rod    |  10 | -------------------------- | ----- | ---------------
     Magic Rod       |  16 | Murk (Sleep)               |   380 | Madra
     Witch's Wand    |  32 | Stun Voltage (Paralysis)   |   850 | Garoh
     Blessed Ankh    |  46 | Psyphon Seal (Seal)        |  1600 | Mikisalla
     Psynergy Rod    |  64 | Psynergy Leech (Steals PP) |  3800 | Namibwe
     Frost Wand      |  76 | Frost Bite (Paralysis)     |  5400 | Kibombo
     Staff of Anubis |  83 | Sarcophagus (Haunt)        | ----- | Dropped Item
     Angelic Ankh    |  83 | Life Leech (Steals HP)     |  6400 | Apojii Islands
     Demonic Staff*  |  92 | Bad Omen (Haunt)           | 10000 | Champa
     Cloud Wand      |  98 | Stun Cloud (Paralysis)     | ----- | Forged Item
     Zodiac Wand     | 102 | Shining Star (Delusion)    | ----- | Forged Item
     Crystal Rod     | 106 | Drown (Instant Death)      | 13400 | Shaman Village
     Glower Staff    | 126 | Flash Force (Seal)         | ----- | Rusted Item
     Dracomace       | 128 | Aging Gas (Steals HP)      | ----- | Rusted Item
     Fireman's Pole  | 130 | (USE: Up all allies' RES)  | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Goblin's Rod    | 134 | Sargasso (Instant Death)   | ----- | Rusted Item
     Meditation Rod  | 150 | Nirvana (PP Drain)         | ----- | Jup. Lighthouse
     Salamander Rod  | 156 | Fire Dance (ATK Down)      | ----- | Forged Item
     Nebula Wand     | 165 | Reverse Star               | ----- | Forged Item
     Clotho's Distaff| 168 | (USE: Heals 1000 HP)       | ----- | (Minos Warrior)
     Atropos' Rod    | 169 | Life Shear (Instant Death) | ----- | (Fire Dragon)
     Lachesis' Rule  | 177 | Apocalypse (Curse)         | ----- | (Mad Demon)
     ________________|_____|____________________________|_______|________________
                                                                         ______
     ___________________________________________________________________/ AXES |_
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     Battle Axe      |  24 | -------------------------- |   280 | ---------------
     Themis' Axe     |  30 | Stone Justice (AGL Down)   | ----- | Dehkan Plateau
     Broad Axe       |  50 | -------------------------- |  1400 | ---------------
     Vulcan Axe      |  76 | Barrage (Paralysis)        | ----- | GS Transfer
     Disk Axe        |  76 | Power Drive                | ----- | Kibombo Mtns.
     Great Axe       |  80 | -------------------------- |  5200 | ---------------
     Burning Axe     |  84 | Broil                      | ----- | GS Transfer
     Captain's Axe   |  95 | (USE: Increase DEF)        | ----- | Rusted Item
     Dragon Axe      | 100 | Heat Mirage (Delusion)     | ----- | Apojii Islands
     Giant Axe       | 114 | Meltdown (DEF Down)        | ----- | (Earth Golem)
     Tartarus Axe    | 127 | Vein Tap (Drains HP)       | ----- | (Minotaurus)
     Demon Axe*      | 132 | Poison Cloud (Poison)      | ----- | GS Transfer
     Viking Axe      | 137 | Stun Bolt (Paralysis)      | ----- | Rusted Item
     Mighty Axe      | 142 | Heat Shatter (RES Down)    | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Apollo's Axe    | 158 | Flare Burst (Drains HP)    | ----- | Forged Item
     Gaia's Axe      | 163 | Mother Earth (Sleep)       | ----- | Forged Item
     Stellar Axe     | 171 | Supernova (Paralysis)      | ----- | Forged Item
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     __________________________________________________________________/ MACES |_
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     Mace            |   6 | -------------------------- |    80 | ---------------
     Heavy Mace      |  26 | -------------------------- |   500 | ---------------
     Blow Mace       |  45 | Boost Hack                 | ----- | Yampi Desert
     Battle Mace     |  56 | -------------------------- |  2600 | ---------------
     War Mace        |  84 | -------------------------- |  6200 | ---------------
     Grievous Mace   |  88 | Terra Strike               | ----- | GS Transfer
     Comet Mace      | 105 | Ice Crush (DEF Down)       | ----- | Forged Item
     Hagbone Mace    | 108 | Wyrd Curse (Haunt)         | ----- | Rusted Item
     Righteous Mace  | 112 | Blinding Smog (Delusion)   | ----- | Contigo
     Demon Mace*     | 115 | Evil Eye (Delusion)        | ----- | Rusted Item
     Thanatos Mace   | 125 | Heartbreak (Instant Death) | ----- | Tundaria Tower
     Blessed Mace    | 126 | (USE: Heal 200 HP)         | ----- | (Turtle Dragon)
     Wicked Mace*    | 130 | Poison Death (D. Poison)   | ----- | GS Transfer
     Rising Mace     | 152 | High Vitals (Drains HP)    | ----- | (Blue Dragon)
     Tungsten Mace   | 157 | Hammersphere               | ----- | Forged Item
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      - Righteous Mace also gives 3HP/round
      - Blessed Mace also gives 2HP/round                               _______
     __________________________________________________________________/ HELMS |_ 
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     Open Helm       |   9 | -------------------------- |   180 | ---------------
     Bronze Helm     |  14 | -------------------------- |   600 | ---------------
     Iron Helm       |  20 | -------------------------- |  1600 | ---------------
     Steel Helm      |  27 | -------------------------- |  3100 | ---------------
     Adept's Helm    |  29 | Max PP x1.2                | ----- | GS Transfer
     Silver Helm     |  30 | -------------------------- |  3900 | ---------------
     Viking Helm     |  30 | Water RES +30              | ----- | Champa
     Knight's Helm   |  33 | -------------------------- |  4600 | ---------------
     Warrior's Helm  |  35 | Earth PWR +10, Crit% UP    | ----- | GS Transfer
     Dragon Helm     |  42 | Fire/Water RES +20         | ----- | Forged Item
     Minerva Helm    |  43 | PP +20                     | ----- | Lemurian Spring
     Mythril Helm    |  44 | Crit% UP                   | ----- | Forged Item
     Millenium Helm  |  45 | HP +20                     | ----- | Forged Item
     Fear Helm*      |  48 | ATK +10                    | ----- | Forged Item
     Gloria Helm     |  49 | 10HP/round regeneration    | ----- | (Aka Manah)
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     __________________________________________________________/ CAPS/CIRCLETS |_ 
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     Leather Cap     |   3 | -------------------------- |    30 | ---------------
     Circlet         |   6 | -------------------------- |   120 | ---------------
     Wooden Cap      |  10 | -------------------------- |   400 | ---------------
     Silver Circlet  |  16 | -------------------------- |  1300 | ---------------
     Nurse's Cap     |  18 | (USE: Heal HP)             | ----- | Madra
     Lure Cap        |  20 | Encounter% UP              | ----- | GS Transfer
     Clarity Circlet |  21 | Wind PWR +15               | ----- | Air's Rock
     Guardian Circlet|  25 | -------------------------- |  3400 | Apojii Islands
     Glittering Tiara|  27 | (Use: Anti-Delusion)       | ----- | GS Transfer
     Thorn Crown     |  28 | ATK +8                     | ----- | Naribwe
     Ninja Hood      |  28 | AGL +20                    | ----- | GS Transfer
     Pure Circlet    |  29 | -------------------------- | ----- | Forged Item
     Platinum Circlet|  29 | -------------------------- |  4200 | ---------------
     Prophet's Hat   |  30 | (USE: Curse%)              | ----- | (Dread Hound)
     Otafuku Mask    |  31 | (USE: Water Breath)        | ----- | (Gressil)
     Astral Circlet  |  32 | PP +15                     | ----- | Forged Item
     Lucky Cap       |  33 | 2PP/round regen; Crit% UP  | ----- | GS Transfer
     Hiotoko Mask    |  33 | (USE: Fire Breath)         | ----- | (Little Death)
     Floating Cap    |  34 | Wind RES +20, LCK x1.2     | ----- | Forged Item
     Mythril Circlet |  34 | 3PP/round regeneration     | ----- | Forged Item
     Jeweled Crown   |  35 | LCK +5                     |  4000 | Contigo
     Brilliant Circlet  36 | LCK +10                    | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Psychic Circlet |  39 | 12PP/round regeneration    | ----- | Forged Item
     Thunder Crown*  |  40 | 4PP/round regeneration     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Crown of Glory  |  40 | 8PP/round regeneration     | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Berserker Band  |  46 | ATK +15                    | ----- | (Druj)
     Alastor's Hood  |  47 | (USE: Haunt%)              | ----- | Mars Lighthouse
     Demon Circlet*  |  50 | Crit% UP                   | ----- | Forged Item
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     ____________________________________________________________/ HEAVY ARMOR |_ 
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     Leather Armor   |  12 | -------------------------- |   240 | ---------------
     Psynergy Armor  |  21 | PP +20                     |  1000 | ---------------
     Chain Mail      |  25 | -------------------------- |  2000 | ---------------
     Ixion Mail      |  26 | Wind/Water RES +20         | ----- | Alhafran Cave
     Armored Shell   |  30 | -------------------------- |  3600 | ---------------
     Spirit Armor    |  32 | All element RES +20        | ----- | GS Transfer
     Plate Mail      |  33 | -------------------------- |  4400 | ---------------
     Spiked Armor    |  34 | ATK +10, Crit% UP          | ----- | GS Transfer
     Steel Armor     |  36 | -------------------------- |  4900 | ---------------
     Planet Armor    |  36 | All element PWR +10        | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Phantasmal Mail |  38 | LCK +7 (USE: Delusion%)    | ----- | Izumo Ruins
     Asura's Armor   |  42 | ATK +5, 8HP/round regen    | ----- | GS Transfer
     Erebus Armor    |  43 | 6HP/round                  | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Dragon Armor    |  44 | Fire/Water RES +15         | ----- | Forged Item
     Dragon Scales   |  44 | Fire/Water RES +30         | ----- | GS Transfer
     Chronos Mail    |  47 | HP +20                     | ----- | Forged Item
     Stealth Armor*  |  48 | Earth RES -10              | ----- | Forged Item
     Xylion Armor    |  50 | ATK +12                    | ----- | Forged Item
     Demon Mail*     |  50 | Wind RES -10               | ----- | GS Transfer
     Valkyrie Mail   |  53 | Crit% UP                   | ----- | Mars Lighthouse
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     ________________________________________________________/ CLOTHES/DRESSES |_ 
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     Cotton Shirt    |   3 | -------------------------- |    20 | ---------------
     One-Piece Dress |   4 | -------------------------- |    25 | ---------------
     Travel Vest     |   6 | -------------------------- |    50 | ---------------
     Fur Coat        |  16 | Water RES +20              | ----- | GS Transfer
     Adept's Clothes |  18 | PP +8                      |   850 | ---------------
     China Dress     |  19 | (USE: ATK Down)            | ----- | GS Transfer
     Full Metal Vest |  21 | -------------------------- | ----- | Dehkan Plateau
     Elven Shirt     |  22 | AGL x1.5                   | ----- | GS Transfer
     Kimono          |  25 | AGL +10, Fire RES +10      | ----- | GS Transfer
     Silver Vest     |  28 | -------------------------- |  3200 | ---------------
     Cocktail Dress  |  29 | PP +15                     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Festival Coat   |  28 | LCK +10                    | ----- | Izumo
     Water Jacket    |  30 | Watr RES +30, Fire RES +20 | ----- | GS Transfer
     Ninja Garb      |  36 | Wind RES +10, AGL +30      | ----- | GS Transfer
     Wild Coat       |  37 | AGL +40                    | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Floral Dress    |  38 | (USE: Sleep)               |  6600 | Lemuria Spring
     Storm Gear      |  42 | Watr/Wind/Fire RES +30     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Mythril Clothes |  44 | Crit% UP                   | ----- | Forged Item
     Erinyes Tunic   |  45 | ATK +5, Crit% UP           | ----- | Jup. Lighthouse
     Triton's Ward   |  47 | Watr POW +30, Watr RES +70 | ----- | (Ocean Dragon)
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     __________________________________________________________________/ ROBES |_
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     Travel Robe     |  10 | -------------------------- |   200 | ---------------
     Silk Robe       |  20 | -------------------------- |  1400 | ---------------
     Jerkin          |  26 | -------------------------- |  2400 | ---------------
     Blessed Robe    |  36 | 5HP/round regeneration     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Magical Cassock |  39 | 2PP/round regeneration     |  9000 | Shaman Village
     Muni Robe       |  39 | 10HP/round regeneration    | ----- | Ankohl Ruins
     Dragon Robe     |  42 | Water/Fire RES +18         | ----- | Forged Item
     Oracle Robe     |  43 | Water RES +40, 10HP/round  | ----- | GS Transfer
     Ardagh Robe     |  44 | Fire PWR +20, Fire RES +40 | ----- | Forged Item
     Feathered Robe  |  45 | AGL +30, Wind PWR/RES +20  | ----- | (Wise Gryphon)
     Aeolian Cassock |  46 | Wind PWR +15, Wind RES +50 | ----- | (Wyvern)
     Iris Robe       |  47 | 15 LCK/Fire RES 20; 12PP/r | ----- | Treasure Isle
     Mysterious Robe |  48 | 20HP/round, 10PP/round     | 38500 | Prox
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     _________________________________________________________/ ARMLETS/GLOVES |_
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     Padded Gloves   |   2 | -------------------------- |    10 | ---------------
     Leather Armlet  |   7 | -------------------------- |   180 | ---------------
     Leather Gloves  |  10 | -------------------------- |   220 | ---------------
     Armlet          |  17 | -------------------------- |   900 | ---------------
     Gauntlets       |  23 | -------------------------- |  1600 | ---------------
     Heavy Armlet    |  25 | -------------------------- |  2000 | ---------------
     Battle Gloves   |  26 | ATK +8                     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Vambrace        |  27 | ATK +5                     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Guardian Armlet |  27 | (USE: Boost DEF)           | ----- | GS Transfer
     Silver Armlet   |  30 | -------------------------- |  4000 | ---------------
     Clear Bracelet  |  31 | Water PWR +25              | ----- | Forged Item
     War Gloves      |  31 | ATK +10                    | ----- | GS Transfer
     Spirit Gloves   |  34 | All element PWR +5         | ----- | GS Transfer
     Virtuous Armlet |  35 | Fi/Wi PWR +10; Use: +100HP | ----- | GS Transfer
     Crafted Gloves  |  35 | ATK +5                     | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Aura Gloves     |  36 | (USE: Boost RES)           | ----- | GS Transfer
     Aerial Gloves   |  37 | AGL +30, Wind PWR +20      | ----- | Forged Item
     Spirit Armlet   |  38 | Er/Wi PWR +10; Use: Elixir | ----- | Loho
     Leda's Bracelet |  38 | Wind PWR +30               | ----- | Lemuria Spring
     Jester's Armlet |  39 | Max PP +30                 | ----- | Treasure Isle
     Spirit Gloves   |  40 | PP +20                     | ----- | Shaman Village
     Titan Gloves    |  43 | HP +30                     | ----- | Forged Item
     Riot Gloves     |  45 | ATK +15, Crit% UP          | ----- | (Minos Knight)
     Mythril Armlet  |  46 | Crit% UP                   | ----- | Forged Item
     Big Bang Gloves |  47 | Fire PWR +40               | ----- | Forged Item
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     _________________________________________________________________/ SHIRTS |_ 
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     Running Shirt   |   1 | AGL +15                    | ----- | Contigo (Slots)
     Silk Shirt      |   6 | LCK +1                     | ----- | Contigo (Slots)
     Mythril Shirt   |  10 | HP +5                      | ----- | Contigo (Slots)
     Golden Shirt    |  12 | HP +10                     | ----- | Special Event
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     __________________________________________________________________/ BOOTS |_ 
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     Fur Boots       |   2 | Water RES +15              | ----- | Contigo (Slots)
     Turtle Boots    |   3 | AGL x0.5                   | ----- | Islet Cave
     Quick Boots     |   3 | AGL +20                    | ----- | Contigo (Slots)
     Hyper Boots     |   4 | Crit% UP                   | ----- | Contigo (Slots)
     Leather Boots   |   6 | -------------------------- |   270 | ---------------
     Safety Boots    |  12 | AGL x0.7                   |   700 | Garoh
     Dragon Boots    |  13 | Earth/Fire/Water RES +10   | ----- | Forged Item
     Golden Boots    |  15 | AGL +30                    | ----- | Special Event
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     __________________________________________________________________/ RINGS |_ 
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     Adept Ring      | --- | USE: 7PP Recovery          | ----- | Contigo (Wheel)
     Cleric's Ring   | --- | Negate curse penalties     | ----- | GS Transfer
     Fairy Ring      | --- | USE: Elixir                | ----- | GS Transfer
     Golden Ring     | --- | USE: Raise elemental RES   | ----- | Special Event
     Guardian Ring   |   4 | HP +20                     | ----- | Yampi Desert
     Healing Ring    | --- | USE: 70HP Recovery         | ----- | (Nightmare)
     Sleep Ring      | --- | USE: Sleep%                | ----- | Contigo (Wheel)
     Spirit Ring     | --- | USE: 160HP Recovery (all)  | ----- | Forged Item
     Stardust Ring   | --- | USE: Seal%                 | ----- | Forged Item
     Unicorn Ring    | --- | USE: Cure Poison           | ----- | (Sea Dragon)
     War Ring        | --- | USE: Raise ATK             | ----- | Contigo (Wheel)
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     _____________________________________________________________/ MISCELLANY |_ 
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     Mysterious Card | --- | Class Change: Pierrot      | ----- | Kandorean Temp.
     Trainer's Whip  | --- | Class Change: Tamer        | ----- | Yampi Desert
     Tomegathericon  | --- | Class Change: Dark Mage    | ----- | Goba. Catacombs
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    DJINN LIST                                                               [DJNN]
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     They're listed in the order they can first be obtained, although since there
     is a little leeway on the order of some dungeons, it can vary slightly. Note
     that even backtracking to optional dungeons [etc.] is included in this list.
     GS:TLA has 44 natural always-there djinn, while the original 28 djinn from
     the first Golden Sun can be transferred for a grand total of 72. However, it
     is possible to get one Mercury/Jupiter djinni from the first GS but only if
     the GS1 transfer file was missing any of those types. [See walkthrough for
     locations.]
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    | ## | NAME    | EL | LOCATION                       | EFFECT                |
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    | 01 | Echo    | Er | World map (outside of Daila)   | Damage                |
    | 02 | Fog     | Wi | Kandorean Temple               | Damage + %Delusion    |
    | 03 | Breath  | Wa | Shrine of the Sea God          | Heals HP (single)     |
    | 04 | Cannon  | Fi | Dehkan Plateau                 | Damage                |
    | 05 | Iron    | Er | World map (area near Madra)    | Raise DEF (all)       |
    | 06 | Sour    | Wa | World map (Osenia Cave area)   | Damage + %RES Down    |
    | 07 | Blitz   | Wi | Yampi Desert                   | Damage + %Paralysis   |
    | 08 | Spark   | Fi | Mikasalla (requires Scoop)     | Revives ally          |
    | 09 | Ether   | Wi | Garoh (event after Air's Rock) | Heals PP (single)     |
    | 10 | Kindle  | Fi | Gondowan Cliffs                | Raise ATK (all)       |
    | 11 | Chill   | Wa | World map (SW of Namibwe)      | Damage + %DEF Down    |
    | 12 | Spring  | Wa | Equipped to Piers              | Heals HP (single)     |
    | 13 | Shade   | Wa | Equipped to Piers              | Halve damage (1 turn) |
    | 14 | Steel   | Er | Gabomba Statue                 | Damage + %HP Drain    |
    | 15 | Waft    | Wi | Kibombo Mountains              | Damage + %Sleep       |
    | 16 | Char    | Fi | Madra (trade Healing Fungus)   | Damage + %Paralysis   |
    | 17 | Mud     | Er | Gabomba Catacombs              | Lower DEF (all)       |
    | 18 | Flower  | Er | Taopo Swamp                    | Heal HP/Status (All)  |
    | 19 | Coal    | Fr | Izumo (trade Dancing Idol)     | Raise AGL (all)       |
    | 20 | Steam   | Wa | Aqua Rock                      | Raise RES (all)       |
    | 21 | Meld    | Er | Sea of Time Islet (Islet Cave) | Damage                |
    | 22 | Wheeze  | Wi | World Map (SW of Tundaria Twr) | Damage + %D. Poison   |
    | 23 | Reflux  | Fi | Tundaria Tower                 | Phys-counter all atks |
    | 24 | Haze    | Wi | Apojii Islands                 | Avoid damage (1 turn) |
    | 25 | Rime    | Wa | Ancient Lemuria                | %Seal (100%)          |
    | 26 | Tinder  | Fi | Hesperia Settlement            | Revives ally          |
    | 27 | Gel     | Wa | Kalt Island                    | Damage + %ATK Down    |
    | 28 | Core    | Fi | World map (NW Atteka)          | Damage (Ignores DEF?) |
    | 29 | Petra   | Er | World map (NE Hisperia; river) | Target skips 1 turn   |
    | 30 | Salt    | Er | Contigo (Scoop bush blankspot) | Cure statuses (all)   |
    | 31 | Aroma   | Wi | Shaman Village (post-Trial R.) | Heals PP (all)        |
    | 32 | Whorl   | Wi | Jupiter Lighthouse             | Damage + %Death       |
    | 33 | Shine   | Fi | Contigo (Force @ trunk by inn) | Damage                |
    | 34 | Geode   | Er | Atteka Inlet (Lift required)   | Damage                |
    | 35 | Eddy    | Wa | Shaman Village Cave            | Djinn recover aftr 1t |
    | 36 | Gasp    | Wi | Trial Road                     | Damage + %Haunt       |
    | 37 | Gale    | Wi | Treasure Isle                  | Damage                |
    | 38 | Fury    | Fi | Magma Rock                     | Damage + %Haunt       |
    | 39 | Lull    | Wi | Loho (after using Magma Rock)  | %Seal (100%)          |
    | 40 | Mold    | Er | Prox (Scoop from snowbank)     | Damage                |
    | 41 | Balm    | Wa | Mars Lighthouse                | Revive allies (all)   |
    | 42 | Fugue   | Fi | Mars Lighthouse                | Lower PP (all)        |
    | 43 | Crystal | Er | Yampi Desert Cave              | Heals HP (all)        |
    | 44 | Serac   | Wa | Islet Cave (requires Teleport) | Damage                |
    |____|_________|____|________________________________|_______________________|
    
     Here's a list of the djinni from the first Golden Sun, although as stated
     before, if all of them aren't transferred over, only two extra ones from
     that "era" can be found. Without a password, Isaac's team will only carry
     eighteen (18) djinn by default -- 4E, 4F, 5Wi, 5Wa. Either way, without all
     of them from the first Golden Sun, it'll be impossible to enter the final
     optional dungeon, Anemos Inner Sanctum, which requires all djinni to have
     been collected.
    
     NOTE: Minor spoilers for Golden Sun 1 if you read the location column
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        | ## | DJINNI  | EL | LOCATION                 | EFFECT              |
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        | 01 | Flint   | Er | World map outside Vale   | Physical damage     |
        | 02 | Forge   | Fi | Goma Cave                | Raise party's ATK   |
        | 03 | Gust    | Wi | Bilibin                  | Wind-elem damage    |
        | 04 | Granite | Er | Kolima                   | Lower next turn DMG |
        | 05 | Breeze  | Wi | Tret Tree                | Raise party's RES   |
        | 06 | Fever   | Fi | Imil Falls Cave          | Damage + Delusion   |
        | 07 | Fizz    | Wa | Mia (Mercury Lighthouse) | Heal HP             |
        | 08 | Sleet   | Wa | Mercury Lighthouse       | Lower foe's ATK     |
        | 09 | Zephyr  | Wi | Fuchin Falls Cave        | Raise party's AGL   |
        | 10 | Quartz  | Er | Mogall Forest            | Revive fallen ally  |
        | 11 | Mist    | Wa | Xian                     | Puts foe to sleep   |
        | 12 | Corona  | Fi | North of Xian (Island)   | Raise party's DEF   |
        | 13 | Spritz  | Wa | Altin Peak (lowest mine) | Heal HP to party    |
        | 14 | Smog    | Wa | Lamakan Desert           | Deludes foe         |
        | 15 | Vine    | Er | World map (NE of Kalay)  | Drops foes' AGL     |
        | 16 | Scorch  | Fi | Kalay Tunnel             | Damage + %Stunned   |
        | 17 | Sap     | Er | Vault Cave               | Damage + HP Drain   |
        | 18 | Kite    | Wi | Vale Cave                | 2 attks next round! |
        | 19 | Ember   | Fi | Tolbi                    | Restore allies' PP  |
        | 20 | Hail    | Wa | NW of Tolbi (by bridge)  | Damage + lower DEF  |
        | 21 | Ground  | Er | Kalay Docks              | Foe loses its turn! |
        | 22 | Squall  | Wi | Altmiller Cave           | Damage + %Paralyze  |
        | 23 | Tonic   | Wa | Lunpa Fortress           | Cure all statuses   |
        | 24 | Flash   | Fi | Suhalla Desert           | Blocks most damage  |
        | 25 | Dew     | Wa | Suhalla Gate             | Revive downed ally  |
        | 26 | Torch   | Fi | Lalivero                 | Damage (Ignore DEF) |
        | 27 | Luff    | Wi | Babi Lighthouse          | Seals foe psynergy  |
        | 28 | Bane    | Er | Crossbone Isle [B6]      | Damage + %Venom     |
        |____|_________|____|__________________________|_____________________|
    
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    PSYNERGY LIST                                                            [PYNR]
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     Psynergy is the "magic" of this game, and comes in a few categories: Field,
     Attack, Status, and Medicinal. Because GS:TLA introduces a special method to
     force class changes (and the psynergy that goes with it), that gets a new
     category even if the abilities can be put elsewhere.
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    FIELD PSYNERGY
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     This category deals with special abilities that can be used on the field,
     i.e. walking around towns and dungeons. Since the amount of this type has
     doubled since the first Golden Sun, it should come as no surprise that these
     are used primarily for puzzle-solving aspects. [Gale and Whirlwind psynergy
     function the same but are learned by different classes.]
      _______________ ____ ___ _________________________________ ________________
     | PSYNERGY      | PP | R | EFFECT                          | ITEM USED...   |
     |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|――――――――――――――――|
     | Avoid         | 05 | - | Enemy encounters will decrease  | -------------- |
     | Blaze         | 01 | - | Use fire source to light others | -------------- |
     | Burst         | 02 | - | Destroy/open cracked objects    | Burst Brooch   |
     | Carry         | 02 | - | Levitate & move special blocks  | Carry Stone    |
     | Catch         | 01 | - | Retrieve out-of-range items     | Catch Beads    |
     | Cloak         | 01 | - | Become invisible in the shadows | Cloak Ball     |
     | Cyclone       | 02 | - | Clears away underbrush/weeds    | Cyclone Chip   |
     | Douse         | 05 | - | Use water to fill/douse objects | Douse Drop     |
     | Force         | 02 | - | Knock over out-of-range objects | Orb of Force   |
     | Frost         | 05 | - | Create ice pillars from puddles | Frost Jewel    |
     | Gale          | 03 | - | Removes overgrowth from objects | -------------- |
     | Growth        | 04 | - | Grow vines to scale cliffsides  | -------------- |
     | Halt          | 02 | - | Temporarily stop moving objects | Halt Gem       |
     | Hover         | 02 | - | Temporarily hover (purple pads) | Hover Jade     |
     | Lash          | 01 | - | Uncoil ropes to make new paths  | Lash Pebble    |
     | Lift          | 02 | - | Levitates certain tiny boulders | Lifting Gem    |
     | Mind Read     | 01 | - | Read NPCs' innermost thoughts   | -------------- |
     | Move          | 02 | - | Push/pull/move certain objects  | -------------- |
     | Parch         | 02 | - | Evaporate small pools of water  | -------------- |
     | Pound         | 02 | - | Removes stake (etc) impedements | Pound Cube     |
     | Retreat       | 06 | - | Warp back to dungeon's entrance | -------------- |
     | Reveal        | 01 | - | Find things hidden by illusions | -------------- |
     | Sand          | 02 | - | Hide in sand (bypass obstacles) | -------------- |
     | Scoop         | 01 | - | Uncover buried objects or paths | Scoop Gem      |
     | Teleport      | 03 | - | Navigate dungeons/revisit towns | Teleport Lapis |
     | Tremor        | 01 | - | Shake objects loose/off obstcls | Tremor Bit     |
     | Whirlwind     | 05 | - | Removes overgrowth from objects | -------------- |
     |_______________|____|___|_________________________________|________________|
    
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    ATTACK PSYNERGY
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     Attack psynergy specializes in -- you guessed it -- ATTACKING the enemy,
     dealing tangible damage. Here's a list of the typical mundane stuff; if you
     want to see the full brunt of the special classes' unique abilities, look in
     the section right after this one.
     _______________ ____ ___ ____________   _______________ ____ ___ ____________
    | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     | | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     |
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Quake         | 02 | 3 | Earth DMG  | | Spire         | 05 | 1 | Earth DMG  |
    | Earthquake    | 04 | 5 | Earth DMG  | | Clay Spire    | 13 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    | Quake Sphere  | 14 | 7 | Earth DMG  | | Stone Spire   | 22 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Gaia          | 07 | 3 | Earth DMG  | | Rockfall      | 05 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    | Mother Gaia   | 17 | 5 | Earth DMG  | | Rockslide     | 15 | 5 | Earth DMG  |
    | Grand Gaia    | 32 | 5 | Earth DMG  | | Avalanche     | 30 | 5 | Earth DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Growth        | 04 | 1 | Earth DMG  | | Thorn         | 06 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    | Mad Growth    | 10 | 3 | Earth DMG  | | Briar         | 11 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    | Wild Growth   | 19 | 5 | Earth DMG  | | Nettle        | 23 | 5 | Earth DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Punji         | 07 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    | Punji Pit     | 13 | 3 | Earth DMG  |
    | Punji Strike  | 24 | 5 | Earth DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________|
    
     _______________ ____ ___ ____________   _______________ ____ ___ ____________
    | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     | | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     |
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Flare         | 04 | 3 | Fire DMG   | | Fire          | 06 | 3 | Fire DMG   |
    | Flare Wall    | 07 | 3 | Fire DMG   | | Fireball      | 12 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    | Flare Storm   | 12 | 3 | Fire DMG   | | Inferno       | 23 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Volcano       | 06 | 1 | Fire DMG   | | Blast         | 07 | 3 | Fire DMG   |
    | Eruption      | 14 | 3 | Fire DMG   | | Nova          | 13 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    | Pyroclasm     | 29 | 5 | Fire DMG   | | Supernova     | 31 | 7 | Fire DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Blast         | 05 | 3 | Fire DMG   | | Fire Bomb     | 05 | 3 | Fire DMG   |
    | Mad Blast     | 09 | 5 | Fire DMG   | | Cluster Bomb  | 11 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    | Fiery Blast   | 19 | 7 | Fire DMG   | | Carpet Bomb   | 29 | 7 | Fire DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Lava Shower   | 04 | 1 | Fire DMG   | | Fume          | 06 | 1 | Fire DMG   |
    | Molten Bath   | 12 | 3 | Fire DMG   | | Serpent Fume  | 14 | 1 | Fire DMG   |
    | Magma Storm   | 27 | 5 | Fire DMG   | | Dragon Fume   | 35 | 1 | Fire DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Raging Heat   | 09 | 5 | Fire DMG   | | Juggle        | 07 | 3 | Fire DMG   |
    | Fiery Abyss   | 18 | 5 | Fire DMG   | | Heat Juggle   | 13 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    | Dire Inferno  | 32 | 7 | Fire DMG   | | Fiery Juggle  | 25 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Beam          | 07 | 3 | Fire DMG   |
    | Cycle Beam    | 14 | 5 | Fire DMG   |
    | Searing Beam  | 36 | 9 | Fire DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________|
    
     _______________ ____ ___ ____________   _______________ ____ ___ ____________
    | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     | | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     |
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Whirlwind     | 05 | 3 | Wind DMG   | | Ray           | 06 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    | Tornado       | 14 | 5 | Wind DMG   | | Storm Ray     | 10 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    | Tempest       | 27 | 5 | Wind DMG   | | Destruct Ray  | 21 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Plasma        | 08 | 3 | Wind DMG   | | Bolt          | 04 | 1 | Wind DMG   |
    | Shine Plasma  | 18 | 5 | Wind DMG   | | Flash Bolt    | 07 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    | Spark Plasma  | 37 | 7 | Wind DMG   | | Blue Bolt     | 14 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Slash         | 04 | 1 | Wind DMG   | | Gale          | 03 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    | Wind Slash    | 09 | 3 | Wind DMG   | | Typhoon       | 12 | 5 | Wind DMG   |
    | Sonic Slash   | 20 | 5 | Wind DMG   | | Hurricane     | 25 | 5 | Wind DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Thunderclap   | 09 | 3 | Wind DMG   |
    | Thunderbolt   | 19 | 5 | Wind DMG   |
    | Thunderstorm  | 39 | 7 | Wind DMG   |
    |_______________|____|___|____________|
    
     _______________ ____ ___ ____________   _______________ ____ ___ ____________
    | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     | | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     |
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Frost         | 05 | 3 | Water DMG  | | Ice           | 05 | 1 | Water DMG  |
    | Tundra        | 08 | 3 | Water DMG  | | Ice Horn      | 11 | 3 | Water DMG  |
    | Glacier       | 15 | 3 | Water DMG  | | Ice Missile   | 23 | 3 | Water DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Douse         | 05 | 3 | Water DMG  | | Prism         | 07 | 3 | Water DMG  |
    | Drench        | 10 | 3 | Water DMG  | | Hail Prism    | 16 | 5 | Water DMG  |
    | Deluge        | 20 | 5 | Water DMG  | | Freeze Prism  | 31 | 5 | Water DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Froth         | 05 | 3 | Water DMG  | | Cool          | 06 | 3 | Water DMG  |
    | Froth Sphere  | 12 | 5 | Water DMG  | | Supercool     | 14 | 5 | Water DMG  |
    | Froth Spiral  | 31 | 7 | Water DMG  | | Megacool      | 33 | 7 | Water DMG  |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    
     Some attack psynergy is unique to a class, and those are listed below. They
     don't typically come in a series, so I'll just pair them by elements. An
     asterisk (*) means the attack upgrades (supersedes) the psynergy listed right
     above it. Upgrading happens occasionally when a class gets enough djinn, and
     a lower ability gets revamped to suit the newfound power.
             ________________ ____ ___ ______ ___________________________
            | PSYNERGY       | PP | R | ELEM | EFFECT                    |
            |――――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
            | Ragnarok       | 07 | 1 | Erth | Earth damage              |
           *| Odyssey        | 18 | 1 | Erth | Earth damage              |
            | Demon Night    | 12 | 3 | Erth | Earth damage + %Haunted   |
            | Helm Splitter  | 08 | 1 | Erth | Earth damage + %Paralysis |
           *| Skull Splitter | 08 | 1 | Erth | Earth damage + %Paralysis |
            | Sabre Dance    | 07 | 1 | Erth | Earth damage              |
            | Demon Night    | 12 | 3 | Erth | Earth damage + %Haunt     |
           *| Thorny Grave   | 24 | 3 | Erth | Earth damage + %Haunt     |
            | Heat Wave      | 06 | 1 | Fire | Fire damage               |
           *| Liquifier      | 17 | 1 | Fire | Fire damage               |
            | Dragon Cloud   | 06 | 1 | Fire | Fire damage               |
           *| Epicenter      | 33 | 1 | Fire | Fire damage               |
            | Planet Diver   | 07 | 1 | Fire | Fire damage               |
           *| Planetary      | 19 | 1 | Fire | Fire damage               |
            | Fire Breath    | 13 | 3 | Fire | Fire damage               |
            | Fire Puppet    | 07 | 3 | Fire | Fire damage + %Paralysis  |
            | Astral Blast   | 05 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage               |
           *| Thunder Mine   | 16 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage               |
            | Shuriken       | 08 | 3 | Wind | Wind damage               |
            | Poison Flow    | 28 | 5 | Wind | Wind damage + %D. Poison  |
            | Quick Strike   | 12 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage               |
            | Death Plunge   | 14 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage + %Paralysis  |
           *| Death Leap     | 22 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage + %Paralysis  |
            | Whiplash       | 06 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage               |
            | Backstab       | 16 | 1 | Wind | Wind damage               |
            | Cutting Edge   | 05 | 1 | Watr | Water damage              |
           *| Plume Edge     | 15 | 1 | Watr | Water damage              |
            | Diamond Dust   | 06 | 1 | Watr | Water damage              |
           *| Diamond Berg   | 17 | 1 | Watr | Water damage              |
            |________________|____|___|______|___________________________|
    
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    SPECIAL-CLASS PSYNERGY
    ______________________
    ――――――――――――――――――――――
     The game has three special class groups (Pierrot, Tamer, Necro Mage) taught
     by the Mysterious Card, Trainer's Whip, and Tomegathericon, respectively. As
     they're points of interest and have their own unique psynergies, I figure it
     might be wise to group them here (even if there was a little overlap earlier).
    
    PIERROT
    ―――――――
     The Pierrot abilities are typical of a court jester and have trickery and
     pranks involved, although if you've ever heard of someone afraid of clowns,
     those sinister undertones surface here as well with some downright nasty
     attacks!
      _______________ ____ ___ ______________________________
     | PSYNERGY      | PP | R | EFFECT                       |
     |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
     | Baffle Card   | 04 | 3 | %Delusion                    |
     | Juggle        | 07 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Avoid         | 05 | - | Reduces frequency of attacks |
     | Sword Card    | 06 | 1 | %ATK Down                    |
     | Sabre Dance   | 07 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Flame Card    | 11 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Sleep Card    | 05 | 3 | %Sleep                       |
     | Heat Juggle   | 13 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Fire Breath   | 13 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Thunder Card  | 17 | 3 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     | Death Card    | 08 | 1 | %Instant Death               |
     | Backstab      | 16 | 1 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     | Bramble Card  | 22 | 3 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Fiery Juggle  | 25 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Frost Card    | 28 | 3 | Water-elemental damage       |
     |_______________|____|___|______________________________|
    
    TAMER
    ―――――
     This class deals with, as its name suggests, training beasts. However, there
     is no pokemon-style catching and training; the beasts' use is in name only.
     Unlike some of the other classes, this one has a lot of ability upgrades 
     depending on which of the four evolutions the person's in. [NOTE: You don't
     need to have encountered the titular beasts in order to use them, or anything
     along those lines.]
      _______________ ____ ___ ______________________________
     | PSYNERGY      | PP | R | EFFECT                       |
     |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
     | Wild Wolf     | 03 | 1 | Physical damage              |
     | Orc           | 03 | 1 | Physical damage              |
     | Dinox         | 03 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Troll         | 03 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Cure Poison   | 05 | 1 | Cures Poison/Deadly Poison   |
     | Impact        | 07 | 1 | Raises ally's ATK            |
     | Pixie         | 05 | 1 | Heals ~115 HP                |
     | Faery         | 05 | 1 | Heals ~120 HP                |
     | Weird Nymph   | 05 | 1 | Heals ~125 HP                |
     | Whiplash      | 06 | 1 | Physical damage              |
     | Salamander    | 07 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Cerberus      | 07 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Chimera       | 07 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Macetail      | 07 | 3 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Restore       | 03 | 1 | Cures Sleep/Paralyz/Delusion |
     | Elder Wood    | 14 | 9 | Heals ~170 HP                |
     | Estre Wood    | 14 | 9 | Heals ~180 HP                |
     | Emu           | 10 | 1 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     | Harpy         | 10 | 1 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     | Gryphon       | 10 | 1 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     | Minotaur      | 10 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | High Impact   | 12 | 9 | Raises allies' ATK           |
     | Succubus      | 09 | 1 | Heals ~250 HP                |
     | Lich          | 10 | 1 | Revives target               |
     | Phoenix       | 10 | 1 | Revives target               |
     | Manticore     | 18 | 9 | Heals ~300 HP                |
     | Wyvern        | 17 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Blue Dragon   | 17 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Fire Dragon   | 17 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Roc           | 22 | 1 | Physical damage              |
     | Grand Golem   | 22 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Living Armor  | 22 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Ghost Soldier | 22 | 1 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     |_______________|____|___|______________________________|
    
    NECRO MAGE
    ――――――――――
     As its name suggests, this class practices the dark arts and finds itself at
     home among zombies, death, and other macabre things. It gets some very
     hard-hitting attacks later on (Summon Dullahan in particular) so it's not a
     mere trifle.
      _______________ ____ ___ ______________________________
     | PSYNERGY      | PP | R | EFFECT                       |
     |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
     | Call Zombie   | 05 | 1 | Water-elemental damage       |
     | Raging Heat   | 09 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Haunt         | 05 | 3 | %Haunt                       |
     | Revive        | 15 | 1 | Revive from KO at full HP    | 
     | Fire Puppet   | 07 | 3 | Fire-elemental DMG + %Parlyz |
     | Fiery Abyss   | 18 | 5 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     | Curse         | 06 | 1 | %Curse                       |
     | Call Demon    | 13 | 1 | Earth-elemental damage       |
     | Condemn       | 08 | 1 | %Instant Death               |
     | Drain         | 03 | 1 | Drains foe's HP to fill own  |
     | Poison Flow   | 28 | 5 | Wind-elem DMG + %D. Poison   | 
     | Psy Drain     | -- | 1 | Drains foe's PP to fill own  |
     | Call Dullahan | 21 | 1 | Wind-elemental damage        |
     | Dire Inferno  | 32 | 7 | Fire-elemental damage        |
     |_______________|____|___|______________________________|
     
    _______________
    ―――――――――――――――
    STATUS PSYNERGY
    _______________
    ―――――――――――――――
     This branch of psynergy deals with augmenting the team's stats with positive
     augmentations, lowering enemy stats (debuffing), and inflicting abnormalities
     on the opposition.
     _______________ ____ ___ ____________   _______________ ____ ___ ____________
    | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     | | SERIES        | PP | R | EFFECT     |
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Guard         | 03 | 1 | Raises DEF | | Impact        | 07 | 1 | Raises ATK |
    | Guardian      | 03 | 9 | Raises DEF | | High Impact   | 12 | 9 | Raises ATK |
    | Protect       | 05 | 1 | Raises DEF | | Demon Spear   | 07 | 1 | Raises ATK |
    | Protector     | 05 | 9 | Raises DEF | | Angel Spear   | 07 | 9 | Raises ATK |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Ward          | 03 | 1 | Raises RES | | Sword Card    | 06 | 1 | %ATK Down  |
    | Resist        | 05 | 9 | Raises RES | | Sleep Card    | 05 | 3 | %Sleep     |
    | Magic Shell   | 03 | 1 | Raises RES | | Baffle Card   | 04 | 3 | %Delusion  |
    | Magic Shield  | 05 | 9 | Raises RES | | Death Card    | 08 | 1 | %Death     |
    |_______________|____|___|____________| |_______________|____|___|____________|
    |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――| |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|――――――――――――|
    | Sleep         | 05 | 3 | %Sleep     | | Dull          | 06 | 1 | %ATK Down  |
    | Bind          | 04 | 1 | %Seal      | | Blunt         | 11 | 3 | %ATK Down  |
    | Delude        | 04 | 3 | %Delusion  | | Impair        | 04 | 1 | %DEF Down  |
    | Mist          | 04 | 3 | %Delusion  | | Debilitate    | 06 | 3 | %DEF Down  |
    | Haunt         | 05 | 3 | %Haunt     | | Weaken        | 04 | 1 | %RES Down  |
    | Curse         | 06 | 1 | %Curse     | | Enfeeble      | 06 | 3 | %RES Down  |
    | Condemn       | 08 | 1 | %Death     | |_______________|____|___|____________|
    | Annihilation  | 18 | 1 | %Death     |
    |_______________|____|___|____________|
    
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    MEDICINAL PSYNERGY
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     This type of psynergy corresponds to the team's wellbeing, and consists of
     healing abilities and status-alleviators, primarily. 
      _______________ ____ ___ _________________________________________________
     | PSYNERGY      | PP | R | EFFECT                                          |
     |―――――――――――――――|――――|―――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
     | Aura          | 07 | 9 | Heals ~50 HP                                    |
     | Cool Aura     | 16 | 9 | Heals ~200 HP                                   |
     | Cure          | 03 | 1 | Heals ~70 HP                                    |
     | Cure Poison   | 05 | 1 | Cures Poison/Deadly Poison                      |
     | Cure Well     | 07 | 1 | Heals ~150 HP                                   |
     | Drain         | 03 | 1 | Drains HP from target to cure self              |
     | Elder Wood    | 14 | 9 | Heals ~170 HP                                   |
     | Estre Wood    | 14 | 9 | Heals ~180 HP [Elder Wood Upgrade]              |
     | Faery         | 05 | 1 | Heals ~120 HP                                   |
     | Healing Aura  | 11 | 9 | Heals ~100 HP                                   |
     | Lich          | 10 | 1 | Revives target                                  |
     | Manticore     | 18 | 9 | Heals ~300 HP                                   |
     | Phoenix       | 10 | 1 | Revives target [Lich Upgrade]                   |
     | Pixie         | 05 | 1 | Heals ~115 HP                                   |
     | Ply           | 04 | 1 | Heals ~100 HP                                   |
     | Ply Well      | 08 | 1 | Heals ~300 HP                                   |
     | Potent Cure   | 10 | 1 | Heals ~300 HP                                   |
     | Psy Drain     | -- | 1 | Drains PP from target to cure self              |
     | Pure Ply      | 12 | 1 | Heals ~1000 HP                                  |
     | Pure Wish     | 20 | 9 | Heals ~400 HP                                   |
     | Revive        | 15 | 1 | Revives target with full health                 |
     | Restore       | 03 | 1 | Cures Sleep, Paralysis, and Delusion            |
     | Succubus      | 09 | 1 | Heals ~250 HP                                   |
     | Weird Nymph   | 05 | 1 | Heals ~120 HP                                   |
     | Wish          | 09 | 9 | Heals ~80 HP                                    |
     | Wish Well     | 13 | 9 | Heals ~160 HP                                   |
     |_______________|____|___|_________________________________________________|
    
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    CLASS OVERVIEW                                                           [CLSS]
    _______________________________________________________________________________
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     1) Earth Classes ...................................................... ERCL
     2) Fire Classes ....................................................... FRCL
     3) Wind Classes ....................................................... WNCL
     4) Water Classes ...................................................... WTCL
     5) Equip-Item Classes ................................................. EQCL
    
     The classes in GS:TLA are almost identical to the ones in the previous game,
     except, with a new djinn-carrying limit (9 instead of 7), each series ends
     up getting a new class or two, while some had their limits tweaked a bit. A
     few of the unique classes (Ninja, Samurai, etc.) even got their own families,
     while some equippable items can now forcebally change one's class to a unique
     one. All in all, lots of fun, fun changes!
    
     NOTE: Any class can become a Dragoon/Ninja/Samurai-type class, but none have
           differing psynergy-learning paths. For this reason, it's listed once
           (in Earth section) and not anywhere else.
    
     I use a special abbreviation table to make the charts, and while they're
     probably self-explanitory, here's a short overview on how to read them.
    
    
            Level (LV)      Element/Type         Abbreviation of Earth-Type
            Learned At       Of Psynergy          /   Classes (First Letter in
                     \____ ______|________ ______/________  Name, Left to Right)
                     | LV | ERTH PSYNERGY | S Q G L S     |
                     |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
                     | -- | Cure          | X------->     |
                     | 02 | Quake         |         X     |
                     | 04 | Earthquake    | X------->     |
                     | 06 | Spire         |     X--->     |
                     |____|_______________|_______________|
    
     To read this example, find the Quake Line. It has one "X" all the way at the
     farthest "S" (denoting the Slayer class, the highest in the family). Since
     there is no arrow or anything before it, it means Quake is only learned in
     that class and will be lost in a class change.
    
     Earthquake, on the other hand, has an arrow going from the first to last
     class, signifying that every class will learn it at the given level. Spire
     is learned at the middle class ("G" for Gallant), and while every class past
     there will learn it, the two that preface it will not.
    
     If you have trouble reading the chart, email me and I'll help y'work it out. 
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    EARTH CLASSES     [ERCL]
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     Earth classes relate to Felix and Isaac.
           _____________ _________________ _______________________________
          | EARTH CLASS | ERT FIR WIN WAT |  HP   PP  ATK  DEF  AGL  LCK  |
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Squire      |  0  --- --- --- | 110%  80% 110% 100% 110% 100% |
          | Knight      |  2  --- --- --- | 130%  90% 120% 110% 120% 100% |
          | Gallant     |  4  --- --- --- | 150% 100% 130% 120% 130% 100% |
          | Lord        |  6  --- --- --- | 170% 110% 140% 130% 140% 100% |
          | Slayer      |  8  --- --- --- | 190% 120% 150% 140% 150% 100% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Brute       | ---  1  --- --- | 100%  70% 120%  90% 110%  70% |
          | Ruffian     | ---  2  --- --- | 120%  80% 130% 100% 120%  70% |
          | Savage      | ---  4  --- --- | 140%  90% 140% 110% 130%  70% |
          | Barbarian   | ---  5  --- --- | 160% 100% 150% 120% 140%  70% |
          | Berserker   |  1   6  --- --- | 180% 110% 160% 130% 150%  70% |
          | Chaos Lord  |  2   7  --- --- | 200% 120% 170% 140% 160%  70% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Apprentice  | --- ---  1  --- | 100% 120% 110% 100% 120%  90% |
          | Illusionist | --- ---  2  --- | 120% 130% 120% 110% 130%  90% |
          | Enchanter   | --- ---  4  --- | 140% 140% 130% 120% 140%  90% |
          | Conjurer    |  3  ---  6  --- | 170% 160% 140% 130% 160%  90% |
          | War Adept   |  2  ---  7  --- | 190% 170% 160% 140% 170%  90% |
          | Shaman      | --- ---  7  --- | 120% 150% 110% 110% 130% 100% |
          | Druid       |  1  ---  8  --- | 150% 170% 130% 130% 140% 100% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Swordsman   | --- --- ---  1  | 100%  90% 110% 110%  90% 120% |
          | Defender    | --- --- ---  2  | 120% 100% 120% 120% 100% 120% |
          | Cavalier    | --- --- ---  4  | 140% 110% 130% 130% 100% 120% |
          | Shaman      | --- --- ---  6  | 120% 150% 110% 110% 130% 100% |
          | Guardian    |  1  --- ---  6  | 170% 130% 140% 140% 130% 120% |
          | Druid       |  1  --- ---  8  | 150% 170% 140% 130% 140% 100% |
          | Protector   |  2  --- ---  7  | 190% 140% 160% 150% 130% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Dragoon     | ---  3  ---  3  | 160% 130% 140% 140% 110% 120% |
          | Templar     | ---  4  ---  4  | 180% 140% 150% 150% 120% 120% |
          | Paladin     | ---  4  ---  5  | 200% 150% 160% 160% 130% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Ninja       | ---  3   3  --- | 160% 140% 150% 120% 170%  90% |
          | Disciple    | ---  4   4  --- | 180% 150% 160% 130% 180%  90% |
          | Master      | ---  4   5  --- | 200% 160% 170% 140% 190%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Samurai     | ---  4   3  --- | 190% 130% 150% 140% 140%  95% |
          | Ronin       | ---  5   4  --- | 190% 140% 160% 150% 150%  95% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
     ____ _______________ _______________    ____ _______________ _______________
    | LV | ERTH PSYNERGY | S Q G L S     |  | LV | FIRE PSYNERGY | B R S B B C   |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | -- | Cure          | X------->     |  | -- | Growth        | X--------->   |
    | 02 | Quake         | X------->     |  | 06 | Blast         | X--------->   |
    | 04 | Earthquake    | X------->     |  | 07 | Spire         |     X----->   |
    | 06 | Spire         | X------->     |  | 09 | Impair        |     X----->   |
    | 07 | Gaia          |     X--->     |  | 12 | Mad Growth    | X--------->   |
    | 10 | Cure Well     | X------->     |  | 13 | Planet Diver  | X--------->   |
    | 13 | Ragnarok      | X------->     |  | 16 | Nova          | X--------->   |
    | 14 | Quake Sphere  | X------->     |  | 17 | Haunt         | X--------->   |
    | 19 | Revive        |     X--->     |  | 19 | Revive        |     X----->   |
    | 20 | Clay Spire    | X------->     |  | 20 | Clay Spire    |     X----->   |
    | 24 | Mother Gaia   |     X--->     |  | 23 | Debilitate    |     X----->   |
    | 26 | Potent Cure   | X------->     |  | 24 | Curse         | X--------->   |
    | 42 | Stone Spire   | X------->     |  | 28 | Wild Growth   | X--------->   |
    | 54 | Grand Gaia    |     X--->     |  | 29 | Condemn       | X--------->   |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 40 | Supernova     | X--------->   |
     ____ _______________ _______________   | 42 | Stone Spire   |     X----->   |
    | LV | WIND PSYNERGY | A I E C W S D |  |____|_______________|_______________|
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|   ____ _______________ _______________
    | -- | Delude        | X------->     |  | LV | WATR PSYNERGY | S D C G P S D |
    |    | Cure          |           X-> |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | 02 | Bolt          |           X-> |  | -- | Ply           |   X----->     |
    | 03 | Growth        |           X-> |  |    | Cure          |           X-> |
    | 05 | Impact        |     X--->     |  |    | Growth        |           X-> |
    |    | Ward          |           X-> |  | 02 | Froth         |           X-> |
    | 06 | Ward          |     X--->     |  | 04 | Thorn         | X------->     |
    |    | Gaia          | X------->     |  | 05 | Cure Poison   | X-----------> |
    |    | Flash Bolt    |           X-> |  | 06 | Avoid         |   X----->     |
    | 09 | Weaken        | X------->     |  | 08 | Wish          |     X-------> |
    | 10 | Cure Well     |           X-> |  | 10 | Mad Blast     | X------->     |
    | 11 | Astral Blast  | X------->     |  |    | Cure Well     |           X-> |
    | 12 | Mad Growth    |           X-> |  | 11 | Cutting Edge  | X--->         |
    | 14 | Sleep         | X------->     |  |    | Plume Edge    |       X->     |
    | 17 | Haunt         | X------->     |  | 12 | Mad Growth    |           X-> |
    | 18 | Bind          |           X-> |  | 13 | Restore       | X-----------> |
    | 19 | Revive        |           X-> |  | 14 | Briar         | X------->     |
    | 21 | High Impact   |     X--->     |  | 14 | Froth Spiral  |           X-> |
    | 22 | Resist        |     X--->     |  | 16 | Ply Well      | X------->     |
    |    | Blue Bolt     |           X-> |  | 19 | Revive        | X-----------> |
    | 23 | Resist        |           X-> |  | 22 | Wish Well     |     X-------> |
    | 24 | Mother Gaia   | X------->     |  | 26 | Potent Cure   |           X-> |
    | 25 | Enfeeble      | X------->     |  | 28 | Wild Growth   |           X-> |
    | 26 | Potent Cure   |           X-> |  | 30 | Break         | X------->     |
    | 29 | Wild Growth   |           X-> |  | 34 | Break         |           X-> |
    | 31 | Drain         | X-----------> |  |    | Pure Ply      |   X----->     |
    | 39 | Psy Drain     | X-----------> |  | 36 | Nettle        | X ------>     |
    | 54 | Grand Gaia    | X------->     |  | 40 | Froth Spiral  |           X-> |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 46 | Pure Wish     |     X ------> |
     ____ _______________ _______________   |____|_______________|_______________|
    | LV | DRAGOON PSYN. | D T P         |   ____ _______________ _______________ 
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  | LV | NINJA PSYNRGY | N D M         |
    | 02 | Blast         | X--->         |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | 04 | Thorn         | X--->         |  | -- | Gale          | X--->         |
    | 05 | Cure Poison   | X--->         |  | 04 | Punji         | X--->         |
    | 06 | Avoid         | X--->         |  | 06 | Fire Bomb     | X--->         |
    | 08 | Wish          | X--->         |  | 07 | Mist          | X--->         |
    | 10 | Mad Blast     | X--->         |  | 08 | Thunderclap   | X--->         |
    | 11 | Cutting Edge  | X->           |  | 12 | Death Plunge  | X             |
    |    | Plume Edge    |     X         |  |    | Death Leap    |   X->         |
    | 13 | Restore       | X--->         |  | 15 | Punji Trap    | X--->         |
    | 16 | Ply Well      | X--->         |  | 16 | Cluster Bomb  | X--->         |
    | 22 | Wish Well     | X--->         |  | 18 | Typhoon       | X--->         |
    | 27 | Fiery Blast   | X--->         |  | 21 | Shuriken      | X--->         |
    | 34 | Pure Ply      | X--->         |  | 26 | Thunderbolt   | X--->         |
    | 36 | Nettle        | X--->         |  | 31 | Annihilation  | X--->         |
    | 46 | Wish          | X--->         |  | 36 | Punji Strike  | X--->         |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 40 | Carpet Bomb   | X--->         |
     ____ ________________ _______________  | 44 | Hurricane     | X--->         |
    | LV | SAMURAI PSYN.  | S R           | | 50 | Thunderhead   | X--->         |
    |――――|――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――| |____|_______________|_______________|
    | 03 | Guardian       | X->           |
    | 05 | Demon Spear    | X->           |
    | 06 | Rockfall       | X->           |
    | 08 | Lava Shower    | X->           |
    | 10 | Magic Shell    | X->           |
    | 12 | Dragon Cloud   | X             |
    |    | Epicenter      |   X           |
    | 15 | Protector      | X->           |
    | 18 | Demon Night    | X             |
    |    | Thorny Grave   |   X           |
    | 21 | Angel Spear    | X->           |
    | 22 | Molten Bath    | X->           |
    | 24 | Rockslide      | X->           |
    | 27 | Magic Shield   | X->           |
    | 33 | Helm Splitter  | X             |
    |    | Skull Splitter |   X           |
    | 40 | Quick Strike   | X->           |
    | 48 | Magma Storm    | X->           |
    | 54 | Avalanche      | X->           |
    |____|________________|_______________|
    
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    FIRE CLASSES     [FRCL]
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     This section relates to Jenna and Garet, although unlike the earth users,
     they have two separate base classes (which figures, since she's a mage and
     he ain't).
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          | FIRE CLASS  | ERT FIR WIN WAT |  HP   PP  ATK  DEF  AGL  LCK  |
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          | Flame User  | ---  1  --- --- | 100% 120% 100% 100% 100%  90% |
          | Witch       | ---  2  --- --- | 110% 130% 110% 110% 130%  90% |
          | Hex         | ---  4  --- --- | 130% 140% 120% 120% 140%  90% |
          | Fire Master | ---  6  --- --- | 150% 150% 130% 130% 150%  90% |
          | Justice     | ---  8  --- --- | 170% 160% 140% 140% 160%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Guard       | ---  0  --- --- | 110%  80% 100% 110%  70% 100% |
          | Soldier     | ---  2  --- --- | 130%  90% 110% 120%  80% 100% |
          | Warrior     | ---  4  --- --- | 150% 100% 120% 130%  90% 100% |
          | Champion    | ---  6  --- --- | 170% 120% 130% 140% 100% 100% |
          | Hero        | ---  8  --- --- | 190% 120% 150% 150% 110% 100% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Brute       |  1  --- --- --- | 100%  70% 120%  90% 110%  70% |
          | Ruffian     |  2  --- --- --- | 120%  80% 130% 100% 120%  70% |
          | Savage      |  4  --- --- --- | 140%  90% 140% 110% 130%  70% |
          | Barbarian   |  5  --- --- --- | 160% 100% 150% 120% 140%  70% |
          | Berserker   |  6   1  --- --- | 180% 160% 110% 130% 150%  70% |
          | Chaos Lord  |  7   2  --- --- | 200% 120% 170% 140$ 160%  70% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Page        | --- ---  1  --- | 100% 120% 110% 100% 120%  90% |
          | Illusionist | --- ---  2  --- | 120% 130% 120% 110% 130%  90% |
          | Enchanter   | --- ---  4  --- | 140% 140% 130% 120% 140%  90% |
          | Conjurer    | ---  1   6  --- | 170% 160% 140% 130% 160%  90% |
          | War Adept   | ---  2   7  --- | 190% 170% 160% 140% 170%  90% |
          | Ascetic     | --- ---  6  --- | 120% 140% 110% 120% 140% 120% |
          | Fire Monk   | ---  1   7  --- | 160% 160% 140% 140% 160% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Swordsman   | --- --- ---  1  | 100%  90% 110% 110%  90% 120% |
          | Defender    | --- --- ---  2  | 120% 100% 120% 120% 100% 120% |
          | Cavalier    | --- --- ---  4  | 140% 110% 130% 130% 110% 120% |
          | Luminier    | ---  1  ---  6  | 170% 130% 140% 140% 130% 120% |
          | Radiant     | ---  2  ---  7  | 190% 140% 150% 150% 140% 120% |
          | Ascetic     | --- --- ---  7  | 120% 140% 110% 120% 140% 120% |
          | Water Monk  | ---  1  ---  7  | 150% 160% 130% 140% 160% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
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          | Dragoon     | ---  3  ---  3  | 160% 130% 140% 140% 110% 120% |
          | Templar     | ---  4  ---  4  | 180% 140% 150% 150% 120% 120% |
          | Paladin     | ---  4  ---  5  | 200% 150% 160% 160% 130% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Ninja       | ---  3   3  --- | 160% 140% 150% 120% 170%  90% |
          | Disciple    | ---  4   4  --- | 180% 150% 160% 130% 180%  90% |
          | Master      | ---  4   5  --- | 200% 160% 170% 140% 190%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Samurai     | ---  4   3  --- | 190% 130% 150% 140% 140%  95% |
          | Ronin       | ---  5   4  --- | 190% 140% 160% 150% 150%  95% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
     ____ _______________ _______________    ____ _______________ _______________
    | LV | ERTH PSYNERGY | B R S B B C   |  | LV | FIRE (G) PSY. | G S W C H     |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | -- | Growth        | X--------->   |  | -- | Flare         | X------->     |
    | 06 | Blast         | X--------->   |  | 03 | Guard         |     X--->     |
    | 07 | Spire         |     X----->   |  | 04 | Fire          | X------->     |
    | 09 | Impair        |     X----->   |  | 06 | Flare Wall    | X------->     |
    | 12 | Mad Growth    | X--------->   |  | 08 | Volcano       | X------->     |
    | 13 | Planet Diver  | X--------->   |  | 09 | Impair        |     X--->     |
    | 16 | Nova          | X--------->   |  | 12 | Heat Wave     | X--->         |
    | 17 | Haunt         | X--------->   |  |    | Liquifier     |       X->     |
    | 19 | Revive        |     X----->   |  | 14 | Fireball      | X------->     |
    | 20 | Clay Spire    |     X----->   |  | 15 | Protect       |     X--->     |
    | 23 | Debilitate    |     X----->   |  | 18 | Flare Storm   | X------->     |
    | 24 | Curse         | X--------->   |  | 22 | Eruption      | X------->     |
    | 28 | Wild Growth   | X--------->   |  | 26 | Debilitate    |     X--->     |
    | 29 | Condemn       | X--------->   |  | 36 | Inferno       | X------->     |
    | 40 | Supernova     | X--------->   |  | 48 | Pyroclasm     | X------->     |
    | 42 | Stone Spire   |     X----->   |  |____|_______________|_______________|
    |____|_______________|_______________|   ____ _______________ _______________
     ____ _______________ _______________   | LV | FIRE (J) PSY. | F W H F J     |
    | LV | WIND PSYNERGY | P I E C W A F |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  | -- | Flare         | X------->     |
    | -- | Delude        | X------->     |  | 05 | Fume          | X------->     |
    |    | Slash         |           X-> |  | 06 | Flare Wall    | X------->     |
    | 03 | Guard         |     X--->     |  | 07 | Beam          | X------->     |
    | 05 | Impact        |     X--->     |  | 09 | Aura          |     X--->     |
    | 06 | Ward          | X-----------> |  | 10 | Impair        | X------->     |
    | 08 | Volcano       | X-----------> |  | 16 | Healing Aura  |     X--->     |
    | 09 | Weaken        | X------->     |  | 18 | Flare Storm   | X------->     |
    |    | Plasma        |           X-> |  | 21 | Cycle Beam    | X------->     |
    | 10 | Wind Slash    |           X-> |  | 23 | Debilitate    | X------->     |
    | 11 | Astral Blast  | X--->         |  | 26 | Serpent Fume  | X------->     |
    |    | Thunder Mine  |       X->     |  | 33 | Cool Aura     |     X--->     |
    | 14 | Sleep         | X------->     |  | 41 | Searing Beam  | X------->     |
    | 15 | Protect       |     X--->     |  | 47 | Dragon Fume   | X------->     |
    | 18 | Bind          |           X-> |  |____|_______________|_______________|
    | 21 | High Impact   |     X--->     |   ____ _______________ _______________
    | 22 | Eruption      |           X-> |  | LV | WATER PSYNRGY | S D C L R A W |
    | 23 | Eruption      | X------->     |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | 24 | Resist        |           X-> |  | -- | Ply           |   X----->     |
    | 25 | Enfeeble      | X------->     |  |    | Douse         |           X-> |
    | 26 | Shine Plasma  |           X-> |  | 02 | Blast         | X------->     |
    | 30 | Sonic Slash   |           X-> |  | 03 | Guard         | X------->     |
    | 31 | Drain         | X------->     |  | 05 | Cure Poison   | X-----------> |
    | 33 | Drain         |           X-> |  | 06 | Prism         |           X-> |
    | 39 | Psy Drain     | X------->     |  |    | Avoid         |   X----->     |
    | 41 | Psy Drain     |           X-> |  | 08 | Wish          |     X--->     |
    | 48 | Pyroclasm     | X-----------> |  |    | Volcano       |           X-> |
    | 50 | Spark Plasma  |           X-> |  | 09 | Wish          |           X-> |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 10 | Mad Blast     | X------->     |
                                            | 11 | Cutting Edge  | X----->       |
                                            |    | Plume Edge    |         X     |
                                            | 12 | Drench        |           X-> |
                                            | 13 | Restore       | X-----------> |
                                            | 15 | Protect       | X------->     |
                                            | 16 | Ply Well      |   X----->     |
                                            | 20 | Hail Prism    |           X-> |
                                            | 22 | Wish Well     |     X--->     |
                                            |    | Eruption      |           X-> |
                                            | 24 | Wish Well     |           X-> |
                                            | 28 | Fiery Blast   | X------->     |
                                            | 30 | Deluge        |           X-> |
                                            |    | Break         | X------->     |
                                            | 34 | Break         |           X-> |
    _______________________                 |    | Pure Ply      |   X----->     |
    ―――――――――――――――――――――――                 | 46 | Pure Wish     |     X-------> |
    WIND CLASSES     [WNCL]                 | 48 | Pyroclasm     |           X-> |
    _______________________                 | 52 | Freeze Prism  |           X-> |
    ―――――――――――――――――――――――                 |____|_______________|_______________|
     (Applies to Ivan and Sheba)
           _____________ _________________ _______________________________
          | WIND CLASS  | ERT FIR WIN WAT |  HP   PP  ATK  DEF  AGL  LCK  |
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Seer        |  1  --- --- --- |  90% 130%  90%  90% 110% 100% |
          | Diviner     |  2  --- --- --- | 110% 140% 100% 100% 120% 100% |
          | Shaman      |  4  --- --- --- | 120% 150% 110% 110% 130% 100% |
          | Druid       |  6  ---  1  --- | 150% 170% 130% 130% 150%  90% |
          | Oracle      |  7  ---  2  --- | 170% 180% 140% 140% 170% 110% |
          | Enchanter   |  7  --- --- --- | 140% 140% 130% 120% 140%  90% |
          | Conjurer    |  7  ---  1  --- | 170% 160% 140% 130% 170%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Wind Seer   | --- ---  0  --- |  80% 140%  80%  90% 130% 110% |
          | Magician    | --- ---  2  --- |  90% 150%  90% 100% 140% 110% |
          | Mage        | --- ---  4  --- | 110% 160% 100% 110% 140% 110% |
          | Magister    | --- ---  6  --- | 130% 170% 100% 120% 160% 110% |
          | Sorceror    | --- ---  8  --- | 150% 180% 120% 130% 170% 110% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Pilgrim     | ---  1  --- --- |  90% 120%  90% 100% 120% 120% |
          | Wanderer    | ---  2  --- --- | 110% 130% 100% 110% 130% 120% |
          | Ascetic     | ---  4  --- --- | 120% 140% 110% 120% 140% 120% |
          | Fire Monk   | ---  6   1  --- | 150% 160% 130% 140% 160% 120% |
          | Guru        | ---  7   2  --- | 170% 170% 150% 150% 160%  90% |
          | Enchanter   | ---  7  --- --- | 140% 140% 130% 120% 140%  90% |
          | Conjurer    | ---  7   1  --- | 170% 160% 150% 130% 160%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Hermit      | --- --- ---  1  |  80% 140%  80%  90% 130% 120% |
          | Elder       | --- --- ---  2  |  90% 150%  90% 100% 140% 120% |
          | Scholar     | --- --- ---  4  | 110% 160% 100% 110% 150% 120% |
          | Savant      | --- --- ---  5  | 130% 170% 110% 120% 160% 120% |
          | Sage        | --- ---  1   6  | 150% 180% 120% 130% 170% 120% |
          | Wizard      | --- ---  2   7  | 180% 190% 130% 140% 180% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Medium      |  3  --- ---  3  | 130% 170% 120% 120% 150%  90% |
          | Conjurer    |  4  --- ---  4  | 140% 160% 120% 130% 160%  90% |
          | Dark Mage   |  5  --- ---  4  | 160% 170% 130% 140% 170%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Ranger      | ---  3  ---  3  | 130% 160% 120% 120% 160% 120% |
          | Bard        | ---  4  ---  4  | 150% 170% 140% 130% 170% 120% |
          | Warlock     | ---  4  ---  5  | 170% 180% 150% 140% 180% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | White Mage  |  3  --- ---  4  | 150% 180% 130% 130% 150% 130% |
          | Pure Mage   |  4  --- ---  5  | 180% 190% 140% 140% 160% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
     ____ _______________ _______________    ____ _______________ _______________
    | LV | ERTH PSYNERGY | S D S D O E C |  | LV | FIRE PSYNERGY | P W A F G E C |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | -- | Cure          | X------->     |  | -- | Slash         | X------->     |
    |    | Delude        |           X-> |  |    | Delude        |           X-> |
    | 02 | Bolt          | X------->     |  | 03 | Guard         |           X-> |
    | 03 | Growth        | X------->     |  | 05 | Impact        |           X-> |
    | 05 | Ward          |     X--->     |  | 06 | Ward          | X-----------> | 
    |    | Imapct        |           X-> |  | 08 | Volcano       |     X-------> |
    | 06 | Gaia          |           X-> |  | 09 | Plasma        | X------->     |
    |    | Flash Bolt    | X------->     |  |    | Weaken        |           X-> |
    | 09 | Weaken        |           X-> |  | 10 | Wind Slash    | X------->     |
    | 10 | Cure Well     | X------->     |  | 11 | Astral Blast  |           X   |
    | 11 | Astral Blast  |           X   |  |    | Thunder Mine  |             X |
    |    | Thunder Mine  |             X |  | 14 | Sleep         |           X-> |
    | 12 | Mad Growth    | X------->     |  | 15 | Protect       |           X-> |
    | 14 | Sleep         |           X-> |  | 18 | Bind          | X------->     |
    | 17 | Haunt         |           X-> |  | 21 | High Impact   |           X-> |
    | 18 | Bind          | X------->     |  | 22 | Eruption      |     X--->     |
    | 19 | Revive        |     X--->     |  | 23 | Eruption      |           X-> |
    | 20 | Curse         |           X-> |  | 24 | Resist        |     X--->     |
    | 21 | High Impact   |           X-> |  | 25 | Enfeeble      |           X-> |
    | 22 | Blue Bolt     | X------->     |  | 26 | Shine Plasma  | X------->     |
    |    | Resist        |           X-> |  | 30 | Sonic Slash   | X------->     |
    | 23 | Resist        |     X--->     |  | 31 | Drain         |           X-> |
    | 24 | Mother Gaia   |           X-> |  | 33 | Drain         | X------->     |
    | 25 | Enfeeble      |           X-> |  | 34 | Break         | X------->     |
    | 26 | Potent Cure   | X------->     |  | 39 | Psy Drain     |           X-> |
    | 29 | Wild Growth   | X------->     |  | 41 | Psy Drain     | X------->     |
    | 31 | Drain         | X-----------> |  | 48 | Pyroclasm     |     X-------> |
    | 39 | Psy Drain     | X-----------> |  | 50 | Spark Plasma  | X------->     |
    | 54 | Grand Gaia    |           X-> |  |____|_______________|_______________|
    |____|_______________|_______________|   ____ _______________ _______________
     ____ _______________ _______________   | LV | WIND PSYNERGY | H E S S S W   |
    | LV | WIND PSYNERGY | W M M M S     |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  | 01 | Impact        | X--------->   |
    | 01 | Whirlwind     | X------->     |  | 06 | Prism         | X--------->   |
    | 04 | Ray           | X------->     |  | 08 | Plasma        | X--------->   |
    | 05 | Impact        |   X----->     |  | 12 | Wish          |     X----->   |
    | 06 | Ward          |     X--->     |  | 18 | Bind          | X--------->   |
    | 08 | Plasma        | X------->     |  | 21 | High Impact   | X--------->   |
    | 12 | Sleep         | X------->     |  | 22 | Hail Prism    | X--------->   |
    | 14 | Storm Ray     | X------->     |  | 24 | Wish Well     |     X----->   |
    | 17 | Bind          | X------->     |  | 26 | Shine Plasma  | X--------->   |
    | 18 | Tornado       | X------->     |  | 30 | Break         | X--------->   |
    | 21 | High Impact   |   X----->     |  | 31 | Drain         | X--------->   |
    | 22 | Resist        |     X--->     |  | 39 | Psy Drain     | X--------->   |
    | 26 | Shine Plasma  | X------->     |  | 46 | Pure Wish     |     X----->   |
    | 36 | Destruct Ray  | X------->     |  | 50 | Spark Plasma  | X--------->   |
    | 44 | Tempest       | X------->     |  | 52 | Freeze Prism  | X--------->   |
    | 50 | Spark Plasma  | X------->     |  |____|_______________|_______________|
    |____|_______________|_______________|   ____ _______________ _______________
     ____ _______________ _______________   | LV | RANGER PSYNGY | M C D         |
    | LV | MEDIUM PSYNGY | M C D         |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  | -- | Douse         | X--->         |
    | -- | Cure          | X--->         |  |    | Slash         | X--->         |
    | 02 | Froth         | X--->         |  | 06 | Ward          | X--->         |
    |    | Bolt          | X--->         |  | 08 | Volcano       | X--->         |
    | 06 | Flash Bolt    | X--->         |  | 10 | Wind Slash    | X--->         |
    | 10 | Cure Well     | X--->         |  | 12 | Drench        | X--->         |
    | 14 | Froth Sphere  | X--->         |  | 18 | Bind          | X--->         |
    | 17 | Haunt         | X--->         |  | 22 | Eruption      | X--->         |
    | 19 | Revive        | X--->         |  | 24 | Resist        | X--->         |
    | 20 | Curse         | X--->         |  | 30 | Sonic Slash   | X--->         |
    | 22 | Blue Bolt     | X--->         |  |    | Deluge        | X--->         |
    | 26 | Potent Cure   | X--->         |  | 33 | Drain         | X--->         |
    | 29 | Condemn       | X--->         |  | 34 | Break         | X--->         |
    | 31 | Drain         | X--->         |  | 41 | Psy Drain     | X--->         |
    | 36 | Psy Drain     | X--->         |  | 48 | Pyroclasm     | X--->         |
    | 40 | Froth Spiral  | X--->         |  |____|_______________|_______________|
    |____|_______________|_______________|
     ____ _______________ _______________
    | LV | WHITE MAGE P. | W P           |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | 02 | Prism         | X->           |
    | 05 | Cure Poison   | X->           |
    | 06 | Ward          | X->           |
    | 08 | Plasma        | X->           |
    | 11 | Dull          | X->           |
    | 12 | Wish          | X->           |
    | 13 | Restore       | X->           |
    | 17 | Revive        | X->           |
    | 20 | Hail Prism    | X->           |
    | 24 | Wish Well     | X->           |
    | 26 | Shine Plasma  | X->           |
    | 31 | Resist        | X->           |
    | 37 | Blunt         | X->           |
    | 46 | Spark Plasma  | X->           |                ________________________
    |    | Pure Wish     | X->           |                ――――――――――――――――――――――――
    | 52 | Freeze Prism  | X->           |                WATER CLASSES     [WTCL]
    |____|_______________|_______________|                ________________________
                                                          ――――――――――――――――――――――――
     Like Jenna and Garet, Piers and Mia share all classes except their base ones,
     being Mariner and Water Seer, respectively.
           _____________ _________________ _______________________________
          | WATER CLASS | ERT FIR WIN WAT |  HP   PP  ATK  DEF  AGL  LCK  |
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Water Seer  | --- --- ---  0  |  90% 130%  90% 100%  80% 130% |
          | Scribe      | --- --- ---  2  | 100% 140% 100% 110%  90% 130% |
          | Cleric      | --- --- ---  4  | 120% 150% 110% 120% 100% 130% |
          | Paragon     | --- --- ---  6  | 140% 160% 120% 130% 110% 130% |
          | Angel       | --- --- ---  8  | 160% 170% 130% 140% 120% 130% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Mariner     | --- --- ---  0  | 110%  90% 100% 100%  90% 120% |
          | Privateer   | --- --- ---  2  | 130% 100% 110% 110% 100% 120% |
          | Commander   | --- --- ---  4  | 150% 110% 120% 120% 110% 120% |
          | Captain     | --- --- ---  6  | 170% 120% 130% 130% 120% 120% |
          | Admiral     | --- --- ---  8  | 190% 130% 140% 140% 130% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Seer        |  1  --- --- --- |  90% 130%  90%  90% 110% 100% |
          | Diviner     |  2  --- --- --- | 110% 140% 100% 100% 120% 100% |
          | Shaman      |  4  --- --- --- | 120% 150% 110% 110% 120% 100% |
          | Druid       |  6  --- ---  1  | 150% 170% 130% 130% 150% 100% |
          | Oracle      |  7  --- ---  2  | 170% 180% 140% 140% 170% 100% |
          | Cavalier    |  7  --- --- --- | 140% 110% 130% 130% 110% 120% |
          | Guardian    |  7  --- ---  1  | 170% 130% 140% 140% 130% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Pilgrim     | ---  1  --- --- |  90% 120%  90% 100% 120% 120% |
          | Wanderer    | ---  2  --- --- | 110% 130% 100% 110% 130% 120% |
          | Ascetic     | ---  4  --- --- | 120% 140% 110% 120% 140% 120% |
          | Water Monk  | ---  6  ---  1  | 150% 160% 130% 140% 160% 120% |
          | Guru        |  2   7  --- --- | 170% 170% 150% 150% 170% 120% |
          | Cavalier    | ---  7  --- --- | 140% 110% 130% 130% 110% 120% |
          | Luminier    |  1   7  --- --- | 170% 130% 150% 140% 130% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Hermit      | --- ---  1  --- |  80% 140%  80%  90% 130% 120% |
          | Elder       | --- ---  2  --- |  90% 150%  90% 110% 140% 120% |
          | Scholar     | --- ---  4  --- | 110% 160% 100% 110% 150% 120% |
          | Savant      | --- ---  5  --- | 130% 170% 110% 120% 160% 120% |
          | Sage        | --- ---  6   1  | 150% 180% 120% 130% 170% 120% |
          | Wizard      | --- ---  2   7  | 180% 190% 130% 140% 180% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Medium      |  3  --- ---  3  | 130% 170% 120% 120% 150%  90% |
          | Conjurer    |  4  --- ---  4  | 140% 160% 120% 130% 160%  90% |
          | Dark Mage   |  5  --- ---  4  | 160% 170% 130% 140% 170%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | Ranger      | ---  3  ---  3  | 130% 160% 120% 120% 160% 120% |
          | Bard        | ---  4  ---  4  | 150% 170% 140% 130% 170% 120% |
          | Warlock     | ---  4  ---  5  | 170% 180% 150% 140% 180% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
          |―――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――――|
          | White Mage  |  3  --- ---  4  | 150% 180% 130% 130% 150% 130% |
          | Pure Mage   |  4  --- ---  5  | 180% 190% 140% 140% 160% 120% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
     ____ _______________ _______________    ____ _______________ _______________
    | LV | ERTH PSYNERGY | S D S D O C G |  | LV | FIRE PSYNERGY | P W A W G C L |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | -- | Cure          | X------->     |  | -- | Douse         | X------->     |
    |    | Ply           |           X-> |  |    | Ply           |           X-> |
    | 02 | Froth         | X------->     |  | 02 | Blast         |           X-> |
    | 03 | Growth        | X------->     |  | 03 | Guard         |           X-> |
    | 04 | Thorn         |           X-> |  | 05 | Cure Poison   | X-----------> |
    | 05 | Cure Poison   | X-----------> |  | 06 | Prism         | X------->     |
    | 06 | Avoid         |           X-> |  |    | Avoid         |           X-> |
    | 08 | Wish          |     X-------> |  | 08 | Volcano       |     X--->     |
    | 10 | Cure Well     | X------->     |  |    | Wish          |           X-> |
    |    | Mad Blast     |           X-> |  | 09 | Wish          |     X--->     |
    | 11 | Cutting Edge  |           X   |  | 10 | Mad Blast     |           X-> |
    |    | Plume Edge    |             X |  | 11 | Cutting Edge  |           X   |
    | 12 | Mad Growth    | X------->     |  |    | Plume Edge    |             X |
    | 13 | Restore       | X-----------> |  | 12 | Drench        | X------->     |
    | 14 | Froth Sphere  | X------->     |  | 13 | Restore       | X-----------> |
    |    | Briar         |           X-> |  | 15 | Protect       |           X-> |
    | 19 | Revive        |     X-------> |  | 16 | Ply Well      |           X-> |
    | 22 | Wish Well     |     X-------> |  | 20 | Hail Prism    | X------->     |
    | 26 | Potent Cure   | X------->     |  | 22 | Eruption      |     X--->     |
    | 29 | Wild Growth   | X------->     |  |    | Wish Well     |           X-> |
    | 30 | Break         | X-----------> |  | 24 | Wish Well     |     X--->     |
    | 34 | Pure Ply      |           X-> |  | 28 | Fiery Blast   |           X-> |
    | 36 | Nettle        |           X-> |  | 30 | Deluge        | X------->     |
    |    | Pure Wish     |     X--->     |  |    | Break         |           X-> |
    | 40 | Froth Spiral  | X------->     |  | 34 | Break         | X------->     |
    | 46 | Pure Wish     |           X-> |  |    | Pure Ply      |           X-> |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 46 | Pure Wish     |     X-------> |
     ____ _______________ _______________   | 48 | Pyroclasm     |     X--->     |
    | LV | WIND PSYNERGY | H E S S S W   |  | 52 | Freeze Prism  | X------->     |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |____|_______________|_______________|
    | -- | Impact        | X--------->   |   ____ _______________ _______________
    | 06 | Prism         | X--------->   |  | LV | WATER (P) PY. | M P C C A     |
    | 08 | Plasma        | X--------->   |  |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|
    | 12 | Wish          |     X----->   |  | -- | Douse         | X------->     |
    | 18 | Bind          | X--------->   |  |    | Frost         | X------->     |
    | 21 | High Impact   | X--------->   |  | 02 | Ply           | X------->     |
    | 22 | Hail Prism    | X--------->   |  | 04 | Cool          | X------->     |
    | 24 | Wish Well     |     X----->   |  | 05 | Cure Poison   | X------->     |
    | 26 | Shine Plasma  | X--------->   |  | 06 | Avoid         |   X----->     |
    | 30 | Break         | X--------->   |  | 08 | Tundra        | X------->     |
    | 31 | Drain         | X--------->   |  | 12 | Diamond Dust  | X------->     |
    | 39 | Psy Drain     | X--------->   |  | 13 | Restore       | X------->     |
    | 46 | Pure Wish     |     X----->   |  | 17 | Ply Well      | X------->     |
    | 50 | Spark Plasma  | X--------->   |  | 21 | Supercool     | X------->     |
    | 52 | Freeze Prism  | X--------->   |  | 24 | Glacier       | X------->     |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 30 | Break         | X------->     |
     ____ _______________ _______________   | 35 | Pure Ply      | X------->     |
    | LV | WATER (M) PY. | W S C P A     |  | 40 | Megacool      | X------->     |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |____|_______________|_______________|
    | -- | Ply           | X------->     |
    | 02 | Frost         | X------->     |  Mercury adepts' additional special
    | 04 | Ice           | X------->     |  classes (Ranger, etc.) are the same
    | 08 | Wish          |     X--->     |  as the Jupiter adepts', so check that
    | 09 | Tundra        | X------->     |  section to see the psynergy-learning
    | 13 | Restore       | X------->     |  charts.
    | 16 | Ply Well      | X------->     |
    | 17 | Ice Horn      | X------->     |
    | 22 | Wish Well     |     X--->     |
    | 25 | Glacier       | X------->     |
    | 30 | Break         | X------->     |          
    | 34 | Pure Ply      | X------->     |          _____________________________
    | 42 | Ice Missile   | X------->     |          ―――――――――――――――――――――――――――――
    | 46 | Pure Wish     |     X--->     |          EQUIP-ITEM CLASSES     [EQCL]
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     Equip-item classes come about by finding special equipment that forcefully
     changes and fixes the class at a set family, rather than letting normal djinn
     amounts change it up (although these still apply). There are three items in
     the game -- Mysterious Card, Trainer's Whip, Tomegathericon -- that fit into
     this category, changing the class families to Pierrot, Tamer, and Necro
     Mage, respectively.
    
     However, to "ascend the family tree" and get the higher-tier classes, there
     is a special catch relative to the equipper: the person must have one of each
     elemental djinn NOT of his/her base class. That's hard to explain without 
     imagery, though. Pretend that Felix has no djinn and has the Mysterious Card
     equipped, setting his base class at Pierrot. If he equips 9 Earth djinn, he
     remains at the base class. However, since he's earth-elemental, if he equips
     1 djinn of each other type (fire, water, wind), he becomes a Harlequin. To
     get to the next, he has to have 2 of each type; to reach the max, 3 of each
     type. [Each equip-item class follows this same line of thought.]
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          | Pierrot     | --- --- --- --- | 100%  80% 100% 110% 130% 120% |
          | Harlequin   |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 130% 100% 110% 120% 140% 120% |
          | Punchinello |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 160% 110% 120% 130% 150% 120% |
          | Acrobat     |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 190% 120% 130% 140% 160% 120% |
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          | Tamer       | --- --- --- --- | 100%  70% 110% 120%  90%  80% |
          | Trainer     |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 130%  90% 120% 130% 100%  80% |
          | Beastkeeper |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 160% 100% 140% 140% 110%  80% |
          | Beast Lord  |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 190% 110% 160% 150% 120%  80% |
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          | Dark Mage   | --- --- --- --- |  80% 140%  80%  90% 140%  90% |
          | Crypt Lord  |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 100% 160% 100% 110% 150%  90% |
          | Necrolyte   |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 130% 170% 120% 120% 160%  90% |
          | Necromage   |  ?   ?   ?   ?  | 160% 190% 140% 130% 170%  90% |
          |_____________|_________________|_______________________________|
    
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    | LV | PIERROT PSYN. | P H P A       |  | LV | TAMER PSYNRGY | T T B B       |
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    | 03 | Baffle Card   | X----->       |  | -- | Wild Wolf     | X             |
    | 05 | Juggle        | X----->       |  |    | Orc           |   X           |
    | 06 | Avoid         | X----->       |  |    | Dinox         |     X         |
    | 08 | Sword Card    | X----->       |  |    | Troll         |       X       |
    | 10 | Sabre Dance   | X----->       |  | 05 | Cure Poison   | X----->       |
    | 13 | Flame Card    | X----->       |  | 06 | Impact        | X----->       |
    | 15 | Sleep Card    | X----->       |  | 07 | Pixie         |   X           |
    | 17 | Heat Juggle   | X----->       |  |    | Faery         |     X         |
    | 22 | Fire Breath   | X----->       |  |    | Weird Nymph   |       X       |
    | 25 | Thunder Card  | X----->       |  | 10 | Whiplash      | X----->       |
    | 27 | Death Card    | X----->       |  |    | Salamander    | X             |
    | 29 | Backstab      |     X->       |  |    | Cerberus      |   X           |
    | 33 | Bramble Card  | X----->       |  |    | Chimera       |     X         |
    | 37 | Fiery Juggle  | X----->       |  |    | Macetail      |       X       |
    | 46 | Frost Card    | X----->       |  | 13 | Restore       | X----->       |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  | 15 | Elder Wood    |     X         |
     ____ _______________ _______________   |    | Estre Wood    |       X       |
    | LV | DARK MAGE PY. | D C N N       |  | 20 | Emu           | X             |
    |――――|―――――――――――――――|―――――――――――――――|  |    | Harpy         |   X           |
    | -- | Call Zombie   | X----->       |  |    | Gryphon       |     X         |
    | 09 | Raging Heat   | X----->       |  |    | Minotaur      |       X       |
    | 17 | Haunt         | X----->       |  | 22 | High Impact   | X----->       |
    | 19 | Revive        | X----->       |  | 24 | Succubus      |       X       |
    | 20 | Fire Puppet   | X----->       |  | 27 | Lich          |     X         |
    | 22 | Fiery Abyss   | X----->       |  |    | Phoenix       |       X       |
    | 24 | Curse         | X----->       |  | 28 | Manticore     |       X       |
    | 26 | Call Demon    |     X->       |  | 32 | Wyvern        |   X           |
    | 29 | Condemn       | X----->       |  |    | Blue Dragon   |     X         |
    | 31 | Drain         | X----->       |  |    | Fire Dragon   |       X       |
    | 33 | Poison Flow   | X----->       |  | 45 | Roc           | X             |
    | 39 | Psy Drain     | X----->       |  |    | Grand Golem   |   X           |
    | 47 | Call Dullahan |       X       |  |    | Living Armor  |     X         |
    | 53 | Dire Inferno  | X----->       |  |    | Ghost Soldier |       X       |
    |____|_______________|_______________|  |____|_______________|_______________|
    
     As always, if you see any errors here, be sure to drop me a line at my addy
     (shotgunnova -@- gmail d0t c0m) so I can correct that stuff ASAP. Thankee-sai!
    
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    FORGING                                                                  [FRGN]
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     A new gameplay aspect (compared to the first game) is finding raw materials
     and forging them at the blacksmith's in Yallam, accessible after getting the
     boat. Here's the steps to forge something:
    
     [01] - Obtain material in whatever fashion (chests, drops, etc.)
     [02] - Give material to Sunshine
     [03] - Exit and re-enter town (or sleep at inn) in order to pass the time
     [04] - Buy creation from Sunshine's wife
    
     The problem with forging is that the player can't decide the outcome, so
     there's often a lot of resetting involved to get the good stuff (such as the
     Excalibur which has, I believe, a 5% of being created).
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     | MATERIAL        | DROPPED BY (DUNGEON)                      | WEAK | SELL |  
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     | Dark Matter     | Wonder Bird (Islet Cave)                  |      | 2250 |
     | Dragon Skin     | Winged Lizard (Yampi Desert Cave)         |      |  900 |
     | Golem Core      | Bombander (Anemos Inner Sanctum)          |      | 1125 |
     | Mythril Silver  | Soul Army (Jupiter Lighthouse/Yampi D.C.) |      | 1500 |
     | Orihalcon       | Sky Dragon (Anemos Inner Sanctum)         |      | 3000 |
     | Salamander Tail | Pyrodra (Treasure Isle)                   |      | 1050 |
     | Star Dust       | Sand Scorpion (Yampi Desert Cave)         |      |  300 |
     | Sylph Feather   | Great Seagull (Treasure Isle)             |      |  525 |
     | Tear Stone      | Gillman Lord (Treasure Isle)              |      |  225 |
     |_________________|___________________________________________|______|______|
      _________________
     | TEAR STONE      |  Some materials can be found freely in chests but most
     |―――――――――――――――――|  have to be won as drops, the monsters that carry them
     | Cloud Wand      |  mostly found in optional dungeons' depths. To even the
     | Spirit Ring     |  odds (and you _WILL_ need them), defeat a foe with a
     | Pure Circlet    |  djinn unleash -- not summon -- based off its elemental
     | Clear Bracelet  |  weakness. If done right, the attack message should end
     |_________________|  in "!!!".
      _________________  _________________  _________________  _________________
     | SYLPH FEATHER   || STAR DUST       || SALAMANDER TAIL || DRAGON SKIN     |
     |―――――――――――――――――||―――――――――――――――――||―――――――――――――――――||―――――――――――――――――|
     | Faery Vest      || Comet Mace      || Ardagh Robe     || Dragon Helm     |
     | Sylph Rapier    || Luna Shield     || Flame Shield    || Dragon Robe     |
     | Floating Hat    || Planet Armor    || Apollo's Axe    || Dragon Armor    |
     | Aerial Gloves   || Stardust Ring   || Burning Sword   || Dragon Boots    |
     |_________________|| Astral Circlet  || Salamander Rod  || Dragon Shield   |
                        |_________________||_________________||_________________|
      _________________  _________________  _________________  _________________
     | MYTHRIL SILVER  || GOLEM CORE      || DARK MATTER     || ORIHALCON       | 
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     | Levatine        || Gaia's Axe      || Darksword       || Excalibur       |
     | Mythril Helm    || Huge Sword      || Fear Helm       || Nebula Wand     |
     | Mythril Blade   || Titan Gloves    || Terra Shield    || Stellar Axe     |
     | Mythril Armlet  || Chronos Mail    || Demon Circlet   || Xylion Armor    |
     | Mythril Clothes || Tungsten Mace   || Stealth Armor   || Cosmos Shield   |
     | Psychic Circlet ||_________________||_________________|| Millenium Helm  |
     |_________________|                                      | Big Bang Gloves |
                                                              |_________________|
     The final aspect of forging is simply paying Sunshine
     to fix up rusted items, found in some dungeons or in the ocean's shallows.
     Rusted items can be used normally but carry low attack values; if refurbished,
     their inner artifact shines and the item is restored to full power. "Ocean
     shallows" are light-colored pools that contrast with the deep blueness of
     the rest of the water, and are actually visible on the main map. Locations of
     all these items are listed in the walkthrough (some with maps), so use that
     as a source if you need extra help finding these suckers. They're listed in
     the order they can first be obtained.
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     | ITEM        | BECOMES...     | LOCATION                           | PRICE |
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     | Rusty Mace  | Hagbone Mace   | Eastern Sea (NE shallows)          |  8300 |
     | Rusty Axe   | Captain's Axe  | Eastern Sea (SE of Sea of Time)    |  6800 |
     | Rusty Staff | Glower Staff   | Shrine of the Sea God              | 10100 |
     | Rusty Sword | Robber's Blade | Aqua Rock (Parch pool by low exit) |  7600 |
     | Rusty Mace  | Demon Mace     | Gaia Rock (plant maze)             |  9200 |
     | Rusty Mace  | Dracomace      | Islet Cave                         | 10700 |
     | Rusty Sword | Corsair's Edge | Lemuria (Scoop flowers by Lunpa's) |  6300 |
     | Rusty Axe   | Viking Axe     | Treasure Isle                      | 11000 |
     | Rusty Sword | Pirate's Sabre | Western Sea (SE shallows)          | 10600 |
     | Rusty Staff | Goblin's Rod   | Western Sea (NW shallows)          | 29955 |
     | Rusty Sword | Soul Brand     | Western Sea (Atoll w/ of Atteka)   | 11600 |
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    MINIGAMES                                                                [MNGM]
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     There are a few minigames to play and all are located in that wonderful city
     of Tolbi!
    
    LEMURIAN SPRING
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     Found : Lemuria (duh?)
     Prizes: Hestia Blade, Erebus Armor, Aegis Shield, Floral Dress, Mighty Axe,
             Minerva Helm, Crown of Glory, Leda's Bracelet, Fireman's Pole, Wild
             Coat, Brilliant Circlet, Crafted Gloves, Potion, Psy Crystal, Water
             of Life; Eclipse Summon (one-time-only bullseye prize).
    
     Near the Lemurian entrance is a spring with some crabs and turtles walking
     around inside. Felix can throw regular coins (and only win more coins if
     he hits the critters) or throw rare Lucky Medals, which will win him various
     artifacts. Save beforehand to ensure you don't get a bunch of obsolete or
     duplicate equipment! The best stuff to get is the Hestia Blade, Minerva
     Helm, and Erebus Armor, plus the Eclipse summon. The Wild Coat's AGL boost
     can be pretty useful, too.
    
    SUPER LUCKY DICE
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     Found : Contigo
     Prizes: $$$
    
     Unlike the version in the first Golden Sun, this one is "SUPER," using two
     pairs of dice. Each bet costs 370g, and when the dice're rolled, Felix will
     get a chance to double the current pot by guessing whether the next roll
     will be higher or lower than his current roll. For instance, say he rolls a
     10: he can either bet his pot on the next sum being under 9 or above 11, or
     he can cash out completely and pocket his winnings. Not a shabby way to make
     a buck, if you got the luck. /rhyme
    
    LUCKY WHEELS
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     Found : Contigo
     Prizes: Quick Boots, Hyper Boots, Running Shirt, Mythril Shirt, Silk Shirt,
             Fur Boots, Adept Ring, Sleep Ring, War Ring, Water of Life, Potion,
             Psy Crystal
    
     This minigame is found in an rickety tent near the inn, and it's basically
     a slotmachine that runs on Game Tickets (which are dropped by monsters or
     given to the party by shopkeepers after something's been bought). It's not
     that hard to understand: match up 4-5 of the icons and hit the jackpot,
     then obtain an artifact. This game is a carbon copy of the one found in the
     first Golden Sun, for reference. 
    
     Shirt -> Shirts
     Ring --> Rings
     Heart -> Items
     Stars -> Items
     Moon --> Anything!
    
     Moons can be used as wild cards to make jackpots with other icons, remember.
     The shirts and boots are great items (latter in particular), but the rings
     are pointless and I wouldn't recommend having them wasting space.
    
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    V. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS                                            [FAQZ]
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     [Q] - What's Laughing Fungus do?
     [A] - Nothing. If you try to give it to the man in Madra, he says that isn't
           the right mushroom and won't accept it (i.e. all that's left to do is
           sell it). The Healing Fungus, accessible after getting Piers, is the
           correct item to give to the Madre padre.
    
     [Q] - Why isn't Poseidon taking any damage?
     [A] - Someone must use the Trident on him, and the item must be equipped
           beforehand. To make the Trident, collect the prong pieces from three
           dungeons (Shrine of the Sea God, Tundaria Tower, Ankohl Ruins) and do
           the Briggs/Champa events in order to forge it.
    
     [Q] - How do I improve the frequency of weapon unleashes?
     [A] - Equipment that says it "improves criticals" actually affects this
           category (not critical normal attacks), so that's what to seek out.
    
     [Q] - How do I clear the debris from Alhafra's defunct ship?
     [A] - After defeating Briggs, it's possible to start the maintenance. There
           are some gray rocks on the mast that can be pushed off, and a "pillar"
           crate that can removed, and a log that can be thrown overboard, too.
           With those three done, that leaves three things accessible from the
           east shore: (1) a 2nd crate (2) a poundable stake (3) a giant boulder.
           For the crate, push it west once and go around counterclockwise to its
           north side (by using ropes on mast), then push it into the water. For
           the poundable stake, get to the NE section to use Pound. Finally, to
           clear the boulder, use Burst (from Burst Brooch, found in Tundaria
           Tower) to destroy it.
    
     [Q] - Piers has my Lash Pebble in Lemuria, and now I can't go to Lunpa!
     [A] - This is a common question -- if the Lash Pebble's with Piers when he
           temporarily leaves, then how will one get to the 2F balcony? Try any
           random psynergy on the Lash coil and, instead of going to Lunpa, he'll
           throw down a ladder!
    
     [Q] - What's Hard Mode?
     [A] - When you beat the game and save/overwrite to make a 'clear save', next
           time a new game is started, there'll be a prompt to try the titular
           mode. Enemies here have percentage-based stat boosts but everything
           else is the same, typically. THIS IS NOT A NEW GAME PLUS FEATURE, so
           nothing carries over by accepting the challenge.
    
     [Q] - How do I get rare drops more often?
     [A] - If you know which monster drops so-and-so items, the method to raising
           the chances involves djinn unleashes (not summons!). If killed with a
           djinn of the element it's weak to, a monster will flash polychromatic
           for a moment before disappearing -- this is how one knows it was killed
           in that fashion. This method won't guarantee drops but for some items,
           like Lachesis's Rule or Orihalcon who have very low drop rates, this'll
           be very helpful.
    
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    VI. UPDATES & CONTRIBUTORS                                               [UPDT]
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     04-25-09 ---------------------------+ Started walkthrough
     05-22-09 ---------------------------+ Finished walkthrough
    
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     • LinkKirby's Random Number Generator FAQ
     • PuyoDead's World Map
     • TFergusson's Battle Mechanics Guide 
    
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