Bomberman Hero

Millian's Treasure Hunt FAQ

Version 1.0

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1.0: First version.
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1. Legal Stuff
2. Intro/General info
3. The Treasures
  3a. Bomber  [BMBR]
  3b. Primus  [PRMS]
  3c. Kanatia [KANT]
  3d. Mazone  [MZON]
4. Outro
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Bomberman Hero: One of the most underrated games of all time, in my opinion. On
the surface, it's nothing special, but once you get into it and try to beat the
game 100%, things get really interesting. Not only is the challenge of getting
a clear score of 5 on every stage really tough, but there are also three little
known secret challenges that can be accessed through the Options menu. One of
these is Millian's Treasure Hunt.

To unlock this challenge, you must get a Gold Medal on all six planets,
including Gossick Star. In this mode, you must take one last romp through the
game, searching for some random jewelry Princess Millian lost. Seriously,
doesn't the galactic police force have anything better to do? It is, at least,
a nice way to cap off the game.

Really, this is nothing more than a reshuffling of the 24 Adok Bombs. Contrary
to popular belief, the treasures are not in the same places nor in all the same
levels as the Adok Bombs. Some of the new hiding places are tougher, most
aren't.

As the treasures are nothing more than the Adok Bombs in disguise, they follow
the same rules governing their placement:

- There are 24 treasures: 6 in each of the four main planets, two in each area.
- No level has more than one treasure.

That information should be enough to find them without too much trouble, if you
know the levels well enough. But in case you're stuck, I've listed all the
treasures and their hiding spots:

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3a. Bomber [BMBR]
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Area 1 - Bomber Base

Secret Room: There's a crown on the top floor of the structure, on the right-
             hand side.

Heavy Room: There's a staff near the end of the level. You can't miss it.

Area 2 - Sea of Trees

Big Cannon: A crown on the ground, right before the miniboss. Keep your eyes
            peeled.

Dark Wood: On the platform that you reach via springboard, you'll find a
           brooch.

Area 3 - Peace Mountains

Great Rock: Climb up to the point where you can get the long string of crystals
            by falling. Jump down, collecting the crystals, and you'll snag a
            brooch along the way.

Fog Route: When you get to the stone arch, jump onto the platforms on the right
           to find a staff.

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3b. Primus [PRMS]
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Area 1: Woods of Esuram

Groog Hills: Bomb the Freeze Flower to make it snow, and a crown will appear on
             the rightmost island.

Bubble Hole: Right before the exit, there's a staff tucked in the right corner.
             It's kinda tough to see it because everything's pink here.

Area 2: Primus Castle

Rock 'n Road: In the first hole in the first room, you'll see a crown.

Millian Road: There's a staff in one of the beams of light, just before the
              miniboss. It's tough to see, so keep on the lookout.

Area 3: Clock Tower

Killer Gate: There's a crown sitting on the last bridge before the exit. Don't
             forget to kill the submarines. (Personally, I think it would have
             been a lot cooler to hide it in the Baruda boss arena, but oh
             well.)

Spiral Tower: Climb most of the way up the tower. On the floating ring 
              platform, you'll find a brooch.

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3c. Kanatia [KANT]
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Area 1: Lavana Volcano

Hades Crater: A staff sits patiently next to the second control tower. (And
              speaking of control towers, remember that you have to blow 'em
              all up to finish the level.)

Emerald Tube: Yay, my favorite level gets a treasure. It's a crown on the
              right-hand side of the stage, right in front of the huge pit at
              the end. I'd recommend making a hard left after grabbing the
              crown, jumping to safety right before you fall in the gap.

Area 2: Death Pyramid

Death Garden: At the very top of the level is a brooch. Don't forget those Key
              Crystals.

Aqua Way: There's a brooch sitting next to one of the torpedo launchers near
          the end. I recommend getting eaten by the shark, escaping, then
          backpedaling a bit to find it.

Area 3: Kanatia Shrine

Hard Coaster: It's a staff at the foot of the Shrine at the end. Remember the
              Key Crystals!

Move Stone: You can see the crown from the starting point. I know there aren't
            any good hiding places in this stage, but come on, couldn't they
            have put it in Dark Maze or something?

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3d. Mazone [MZON]
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Area 1: Louie's Jungle

Hopper Land: There's a staff just floating in the air in front of the last big
             stone wall. Hard to miss.

Junfalls: Head all the way to the back of the level to find a brooch.

Area 2: Slush Mountains

Snow Circuit: Keep to the right and you'll grab the crown.

Eye Snake: The last brooch in the game. It's right before the exit, next to one
           of those fireball robots.

Area 3: Mazone Dome

Air Room: The final crown is on a platform right in front of the exit. Remember
          to get the disc.

Mirror Room: The last staff (and last treasure) of the game. It's behind the
             mirror, near the middle of the level. Hard to miss. Remember to
             get the disc here, as well.
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First, to repeat Section 1:

Since I'm so nice, you have permission to duplicate and redistribute this FAQ,
in whole or in part, under a couple of conditions:

1. You give due credit to me, YakraXIII, and link back to the Bomberman Hero
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3. Nobody else earns any credit for my work.

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Secondly, thanks for reading. I hope you found this guide helpful; it's why I
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Any further questions about the Treasure Hunt or this FAQ should be directed
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This document is copyright 2008 YakraXIII. Bomberman, Bomberman Hero, and all
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