Zanzarah – The Hidden Portal
Walkthrough by sneaky@vipmail.com
Copyright(c) 2003 by sneaky@vipmail.com

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REVISION HISTORY:

01/29/03 Version 0.01 - Initial version.  Started the document and the 
walkthrough.  I’m writing this walkthrough based on my second pass 
through the game.  I just finished my first game, although, I am missing 
eight fairies of the complete set of seventy-seven fairies.  I’ve done 
some of this walkthrough from memory.  I’ll correct anything I got wrong 
or don’t remember when I reach it on my new pass through the game.  

2/4/03 Version 0.42 - According to the load game screen, I’m 42% of the 
way through my second pass at this game.  I’ve just started on the quest 
to get the Fairy Card of Stone.  I probably won’t release another rev. 
of this walkthrough until I get the Stone or Air card.  That will 
probably be next Monday.

3/2/03 Version 1.00 – The walkthrough should be complete now.  I decided 
to finish the walkthrough rather than come out with other partial 
walkthroughs.  It took me a little longer than I expected to finish the 
experience charts and cross-reference everything.  It is probable that 
I’ve missed a wild fairy on some of the levels.  Some fairies spawn in 
certain locations very rarely.  I may have missed some of these fairies 
in my journey.  On a positive note, I did capture all of seventy-seven 
fairies in my last pass through the game.

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INTRODUCTION
      - Overview of this Document
      - Overview of the Game
      - General Hints
      - Known bugs and other issues
      - Things I haven’t figure out
      - Contacting me

AMY’S ADVENTURES
      - Movement Keys and Interacting with the World
      - Jumping with the Runes
      - Roadblocks and other obstacles
            - Prickly Bushes
            - Boulders
            - Air Eddies 
      - Magic Merchants
      - Saving, Restoring and Dying
      - Using the Map
      - Mini-Games and Puzzles
      - Capturing Pixies
      - People and Places of Interest
          - Amy’s House in London
          - Rafi in the Fairy Garden
          - Scarecrow
          - Fairy Trainers
      - Items You Can Purchase from the Shopkeepers
            - Small Healing Potion
            - Medium Healing Potion
            - Big Healing Potion
            - Healing Herbs
            - Medicine
            - Mana Potion
            - Golden Carrot
            - Naming Magic
            - Garlic Atomizer
            - Silver Sphere
            - Golden Sphere
            - Crystal Sphere

FAIRY DUELS
      - Preparing Your Fairy Deck
      - Preparing Your Fairies
      - Where Do I Find a Particular Fairy or Fairy Type?
      - The Different Types of Fairy Duels
      - Fairy Arena Overview
      - Special Spells and Abilities
      - Moving and Fighting in the Arena
      - Managing Multiple Fairies
      - Capturing Fairies
      - Battle Results Winning and Losing 
      - The Fairy Arenas
      - Low Level Arenas
            - The Cross
            - The Crosses
            - The Gazebo
      - Mid Level Arenas
            - The Coliseum
            - The Spiral
            - The Three Platforms
            - The Building Blocks
      - High Level Arenas
            - The Castle Turrets
            - The Roofed Platforms
            - The Dome
            - The Spindle

WALKTHROUGH
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      PROLOGUE – AMY’S HOUSE IN LONDON
      PART 1 – FINDING A FAIRY
      PART 2 – GETTING OUT OF THE FAIRY GARDENS
      PART 3 – TO TIRALIN
      PART 4 – GETTING THE FAIRY CARD OF NATURE
      PART 5 – GETTING THE FAIRY CARD OF EARTH
            Getting the Elementary Key of Nature
            Getting the Elementary Key of Earth
            Getting the Elementary Key of Air
            Getting the Fairy Card of Earth
      PART 6 – GETTING THE FAIRY CARD OF AIR
      PART 7 – FINDING THE KEY TO THE IRON GATES
      PART 8 – ENTERING THE LAVA CAVES, PART 1
            Getting an Evolutionary Stone of Fire
      PART 9 – SOME SIDE QUESTS
            Finding the Cloverleaf
            Finding the Fairy Horn
            Finding the Fairy Card of PSI
            Getting a Missing Pixie
            Getting the Evolutionary Magic of Air
            Tying up Some Loose Ends in the Realm of Clouds
      PART 10 – ENTERING THE LAVA CAVES, PART 2
            Getting the Fairy Card of Fire
            Getting the Elemental Elevator Key of Fire
            Entering the Lava Caves
      PART 11 – TRAINING AND COMPLETING YOUR FAIRY COLLECTION
      PART 12 - THE SHADOW REALM

THE LISTS
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THE MAPS
      - Map of the Fairy Gardens
      - Map of the Enchanted Forest
      - Map of the Dark Swamp
      - Map of the Mountain World
      - Map of the Realm of Clouds
      - Map of the Shadow Realm

THE FAIRIES
      - Fairy Overview
      - Fairies Strengths and Weakness Chart
      - Nature Fairies
      - Air Fairies
      - Water Fairies
      - Light Fairies
      - Energy Fairies
      - PSI Fairies
      - Stone Fairies
      - Ice Fairies
      - Fire Fairies
      - Dark Fairies
      - Chaos Fairies
      - Metal Fairies
      - Fairy Experience Charts

THE SPELLS
      - Spell Overview
      - Nature Spells
      - Air Spells
      - Water Spells
      - Light Spells
      - Energy Spells
      - PSI Spells
      - Stone Spells
      - Ice Spells
      - Fire Spells
      - Dark Spells
      - Chaos Spells
      - Metal Spells

THE ITEMS
      - Items Overview
      - Map Pieces
      - Runes
      - Elementary (Elevator) Keys
      - Fairy Cards
      - Fairy Evolution Items
      - Keys
      - Special Items
      - Fairy Related Items
      - Other Items

THE MERCHANTS
      - Magic Merchants
      - Shopkeepers
      - The Best Prices for Items

THE FAIRY TRADERS
      - Sillia, Tadana, or Grem
      - Tadana
      - Fygaery
      - Darbue
      - Suane
      - Segbuzz
      - Worgot
      - Violectra

THE PIXIES

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

NOTE: To make searching through this document a little easier, all 
section titles listed in the CONTENTS have at least four asterisks and 
space before and after the title.  For example, if you want to find see 
INTRODUCTION, you would search for “**** INTRODUCTION ****”. 


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**************************** INTRODUCTION ******************************
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**** Overview of this Document ****
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      This document is divided into three sections.  The first section 
contains hint and tips for surviving in Zanzarah.  The second section, 
the main section, is a walkthrough of Zanzarah.  The walkthrough 
contains notes and information on each section of the world.  It is 
organized in the order in which I used to complete the game.  You may 
not have to use the same order to successfully complete the game, 
although you probably will do something pretty similar.  While the game 
does give you the illusion of independence, it does force you to follow 
a pretty set path.  The final section of this document is a set of 
lists, with notes, about everything that I considered even somewhat 
important.  In this section, you will find information on all 77 
different types of fairies, all of the spells, items, merchants, and 
pixies in the game, etc.  

      In the main section of the walkthrough, I’ve broken the game into 
multiple parts.  The game itself does not actually call out separate 
parts, but I have arbitrarily created sections out of each of the major 
quests in the game.  (I’m calling any task that Rafi tells you to do a 
quest). 

      As you probably noticed, assuming you’ve gotten that far in the 
game, you can collect a series of runes that you can use to transport 
Amy from one place in Zanzarah to another.  Where it simplifies the 
walkthrough, I will include notes to jump to a location using a 
particular rune.  You can chose to use the rune or you can manually walk 
to the location I mention.  The advantage to using the runes is that you 
can get to the location you want quickly.  The disadvantage of the runes 
is that you miss the chance to fight more fairies and thus gain 
experience points for fairies.  You also miss the chance to capture 
those fairies or collect their items. The choice is yours...

      Finally, there are certain places in a particular level / area 
that you can not reach when you get there the first time.  For example, 
there may be some item blocked by a prickly bush or large rock and you 
can’t move it.  If I feel the item is important enough, I’ll include 
steps in the walkthrough to backtrack and get the item.  Again, feel 
free to ignore these steps if you don’t think the item is worth the 
effort.

      As always, this is partially a game of discovery and adventure. If 
you read ahead in the walkthrough or read the Lists section, you may 
spoil some of the surprises to come.

      Some other notes: I’m playing this game on a PC.  I don’t know if 
this game is or will be ported to another platform.  Even if it is, I 
will only be playing this game on Windows, so I won’t what the 
differences are on other platforms.  The second note is that I haven’t 
used the multi-player feature of this game and, as of right now, I don’t 
intend to.  There are no tips about multi-player configurations, spells, 
tricks, etc. in this document.  

      Also, I won’t do any technical troubleshooting on your game or 
hardware.  If you have troubles running the game, contact the Tech. 
Support help line for the game.

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**** Overview of the Game ****
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      Zanzarah is basically a Pokemon clone with better graphics.  It 
features an adventure game 3rd person feel which has you exploring the 
world of Zanzarah, and a first person shooter type game which you use 
during fairy duels.  Zanzarah places you in the role of Amy as she tries 
to save Zanzarah from destruction, while collecting as many of the 77 
different fairy types as possible.  Amy will travel across all of 
Zanzarah collecting all sorts of objects to fulfill her quest. 

      You can’t lose the game or die in Zanzarah.  If Amy walks off a 
cliff or drowns, the game will automatically restore the game to state 
it was in the last time you saved or when you entered the current area, 
which ever is more recent.  The same thing will happen if you lose all 
of the fairies in your possession.  While the Fairy duels are fought in 
a first person perspective, they generally rely more planning and fairy 
selection than lightning fast reflexes.

      Zanzarah does have a different method of saving and restoring your 
game.  It only allows you to save and load the game at the current spot.  
You can not maintain multiple save files from within the game.  Before 
launching the game, you can copy the current game to a different save 
slot.  While I used this feature heavily to create this walkthrough, it 
doesn’t seem to be that useful for the most part.  Also, when you 
restore your game (or the game restores itself when Amy dies or loses 
all her fairies), Amy will appear at the start to the last level you 
were on.  In other words, you can save the items and the fairies you 
have plus the level you are on, but you can’t your save the location in 
the level.


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**** General Hints ****
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      Big hint number 1: Read the manual.  Seriously though, the back 
portion of the manual does give always a little more information than it 
probably should.  It will tell you all of the places you will go, the 
runes you will get, etc.  I found the help that you get by pressing the 
F1 key to be pretty useful.  You can press the F1 key at any time in the 
game, even during Fairy duels.  There are five different help pages 
available.  You can get to the different pages by pressing the left or 
right directory keys.  The most useful page, in my opinion, is the Fairy 
Strength and Weaknesses page.  You can use this page before or during a 
duel to figure out which fairy you should use against your opponent.  
Unless you get intimately familiar with all your fairies and their 
weaknesses, it’s a good idea to check out the Strengths and Weaknesses 
page before a battle against multiple fairies.
      
      Big hint number 2: Re-map the keys in the game, so you have a more 
useable configuration.  While using the arrow keys to move and fight may 
seem intuitive; it’s difficult use successfully in fairy battles.  It’s 
better to have your movement keys in some combination around the ‘a’ 
through ‘f’ keys.  The reason for this is that during one of the fairy 
battles, you will want to change fairies, which is done using the 1-5 
keys.  If you have to look down and move hands between the arrow keys 
and the number keys, you are losing valuable time.  During this time, 
your fairy could be falling off the map or into one of the flames.  Even 
worse, your opponent could have brought out a different type of fairy 
that is very strong against your fairy.

      Anyway, my key combination for the game is as follows:

Action                       Keyboard key
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Forward                           f
Backward                          d
Left                              a
Right                             s
Next Fairy                        r
Previous Fairy                    e

      There are other combinations that may be better or easier for you.  
Check out some of the FAQS on Quake, Unreal Tournament or other such 
games for some different keyboard combinations.

      As for hints about the game itself, most of these are pretty 
obvious.  Talk to everyone you see and ask him or her each of the 
possible questions.  If a character approaches you to tell you to do 
something, (like Rafi at the beginning of the game), talking to the 
character again after they speak will usually give you new conversation 
options.

      Try to get into every place possible.  There are a number of items 
hidden behind buildings or rocks.  Even more items are placed in areas 
where you are not required to visit.

      Take everything that isn’t nailed down.  Even if you are helping 
some character in the game, don’t hesitate to steal everything they own.  
At the start of the game in Endeva, you will get the key to Rufus’ 
house.  He’s being nice and letting you select one of his fairies.  Just 
because he’s being nice doesn’t mean that you should ignore the rune and 
other goodies in the house.

      The English translation work in the game is sometimes a little 
iffy.  If a character ask you a question, the answer is always supposed 
to be “Yes”.  Answering “No” won’t necessarily cause any problems, but 
you may have to go back through the conversation again and answer “Yes” 
to get the result you want.  If a character is offering to explain how a 
portion of the game works and you say “No”, a lot of times, you won’t 
have the option to get the explanation latter.

      While it is not possible to lose the game, it is possible to get 
in a situation where you can’t get all of the fairies.  There are only a 
limited number of some items needed to cause a fairy’s evolution.  Some 
of these items are used for multiple creatures’ evolution.  If you use 
all of these items up on one creature, you may not be able to evolve the 
second creature.

      When you get far enough in the game to have multiple fairies, try 
to keep fairies of different types in your active deck.  Each fairy type 
has its own strengths and weaknesses.  Any ideal fairy deck should have 
one fairy’s weakness cover by other fairy’s strength.  For example, a 
Nature Fairy’s weakness to Fire can be covered by having a Water Fairy 
in your deck.  (Water Fairy’s are strong against Fire Fairies.)  The 
Fairy strengths and weaknesses play a huge role in the Fairy Battles.  
If one fairy is weak against a second type of fairy, then the first 
fairy will do little or no damage against the second.  If the second 
fairy is strong against the first fairy’s type, the second fairy will do 
substantially more damage to the first than its normal attack would do.  
If a fairy has both a weak attack against a particular type and is weak 
to that type’s attack, the fairy will not last long in a battle against 
another fairy of that type.  For example, a Fire Fairy has a weak attack 
against a Water Fairy, and a Water Fairy has a strong attack against a 
Fire Fairy.  So, if a Fire Fairy and a Water Fairy are fighting, the 
Fire Fairy will most likely receive a lot of damage, while the Water 
Fairy should be relatively unharmed.

      All of the means that you should try to match your fairies’ 
strengths against your opponents’ weaknesses.  The more different types 
you have in your deck, the more likely you are to find a fairy in your 
deck that is strong against a particular opponent.  Also, you are less 
likely to find an opponent that is strong against every fairy in your 
deck.  Every time you get a new fairy type, check your deck and see if 
you can improve your strengths while reducing your weaknesses.  Oh, and 
you can only swap fairies in London.

      Try keeping a Fairy Sphere around, if possible.  Once you are able 
to buy Fairy Spheres, try keeping at least one Fairy Sphere of each type 
around.  When fighting wild fairies, the Fairy Sphere will allow you to 
end the battle early and still get experience points.  You can capture a 
fairy one to three shots (on average) earlier than you can defeat it.  
Even if you capture a fairy in the arena, you still get the option to 
capture or release it after the battle.  If you release the fairy, you 
won’t use the Sphere.  The downside to this approach is that the wild 
fairies will act differently when their health is low enough for a 
capture.  The fairies will usually start firing spells off as fast as 
possible, to prevent you for getting close and also to burn through all 
of their mana.  As you know from the manual, once a fairy uses all of 
its mana, it starts charging spells from its health.  This means, the 
fairy you are trying to capture could be trying to kill itself by 
exhausting it mana and then burning through its health.  Even worse, 
some weakened fairies will make a beeline for the exit.  If they escape, 
you end up with nothing, no experience, no new fairy and no new item or 
Fairy Coins.

      On a related note, make sure your fairies always have enough mana 
before a fight.  Using health to charge a spell will burn through a 
fairy’s life very quickly.  When a fairy gets a new level, the fairy’s 
health goes back to full, but the mana is only recharged up to 50% 
(rounded up.)  (If you are already at 50%, you will get some additional 
mana for leveling up, but you won’t automatically get fully recharged.)  
That may be enough mana for one or two battles (depending on the total 
mana available), but no more than that.  If you are going in battle 
against another Fairy Master or Shadow Elf, you should have all your 
fairies’ mana as full as possible.  You never know going into a battle 
whether you will be relying on only one of your fairies to defeat all 
your opponent’s fairies.

      Finally, if you ever get to a point where you have no idea what 
you should do next, talk to Rafi.  (You can get to him using the Fairy 
Garden Rune.)  Rafi will always tell you what you should be trying to 
do.  If he tells you to go to a particular area and you don’t know where 
that is, start reading the road signs or clicking on buildings on the 
map.  Usually, he will tell you to go to an area that you were able to 
open up using something you got from his last quest.  A yellow 
exclamation point will appear on your map, on top of the target of 
Rafi’s current quest.  You will only see this exclamation point if you 
have the map piece that shows the quest’s target.


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**** Known bugs and other issues ****
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      I’ve run into a clipping bug or two, but nothing major.  Several 
times, when I was jumping on some stones floating in the air, I fell 
through the stone.  This was especially true if the stone was moving.  
(Hint – save before your jump on any moving stone.)  

      The translation work is a little interesting.  There are a couple 
of misspelled words, like defence instead of defense, and a couple of 
confusing text messages, but again, none of these are major problems.

      I’m not sure if you’d call this a bug or an intended feature, but 
once you fill any type of slot in the game, you can never clear it.  
Once you get five fairies in your deck, you can never have less than 
five.  Once you fill a fairy’s spell slot, you always have to have a 
spell in that slot.  You can replace the spell, but you can’t remove it.  
So, if you ever plan on using more than one fairy in a given type, you 
will probably need to get more than one copy of certain spells.

      There’s another bug that happens if your fairy gets frozen in a 
battle and your fairy levels up as a result of the battle.  The frozen 
status drastically slows down your fairy’s movement.  When your fairy 
levels up, the game clears all of your fairy’s statuses.  Unfortunately 
with the Frozen status, the game will clear the status but not the 
effect of the status.  Thus, your fairy will move incredibly slowly but 
you can’t use medicine to heal the fairy.  Leaving the current level 
sometimes fixes this problem.  At other times, the only way to fix this 
problem is to exit and reload the game.

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**** Things I haven’t figure out ****
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      I think the elves and some of the other characters are speaking 
French, but I’m not sure.  The Shadow Elves sound like they are speaking 
a different language, but I can’t be positive about that either.

      I don’t know what “Magic Jumping” means.  There are some passive 
spells that have the special ability of “Magic Jumping”.  This doesn’t 
seem to have any effect on the fairy’s jumping ability.  It this spell 
does have an effect, it’s so small that it seems practically worthless.

      Next, there’s a checkers like game that an elf challenges you to 
play in Tiralin.  I’ve beaten the game before, but I haven’t developed a 
consistent strategy to win yet.  Any advice on this would be 
appreciated.

      Finally, I’ve never found any spot that consistent generates wild 
Grem fairies.  I’ve found one Grem fairy once and that’s it.  I’ve found 
Gremor fairies consistently in many different places, but I’ve never 
found a Grem regularly.

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**** Contacting me ****
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      If you find anything that I’ve missed or any mistake I’ve made, 
please contact me at sneaky@vipmail.com.  If you have a question about 
how to do something in the game, please check this walkthrough before 
contacting me.  Again, I don’t trouble-shooting hardware or install 
problems.

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      This section of the walkthrough gives hints and advice for dealing 
with Amy moving around in the world of Zanzarah.  More precisely, this 
section deals with everything in Zanzarah, except for the fairies 
themselves.

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**** Movement Keys and Interacting with the World ****
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      Moving and interacting with Amy is pretty straightforward.  Amy 
will move in the direction you press, with the direction you are looking 
at always considered forward.  You interact with creatures and items by 
clicking the left mouse button.

      When you are talking with a creature in the game, and they ask you 
a question, always answer “yes”.  (The exception to this is when someone 
asks if you want information about controlling a particular aspect of 
the game.  In this situation, the choice is up to you.)  If a creature 
talks to you and gives a plot-related speech, then ends the 
conversation, you should talk to that creature again.  Usually, doing 
this will give you some more information.  Always ask a creature about 
every topic that he, she, or it is willing to provide information about.

      When you are moving around in the world outside of a city or town, 
wild fairies can attack you.  Fairies can hide in any object that is of 
their type.  So, Nature Fairies can hide in trees and Stone Fairies can 
hide in rocks, boulders and rock walls.  It’s not always intuitive what 
type fairies are hiding in certain locations, such as the PSI fairies 
hanging out in caves.  When you pass near an object that holds a fairy, 
the fairy will just jump out and attack you.  

      The game gives some hints that you can avoid fairy battles by 
avoiding certain locations, but this is easier said than done.  Most of 
the time the object that holds the fairy is situated in such a way that 
getting by it without a fight is impossible.  Also, some fairy hideouts 
will only give a fairy once per time you visit the level, but others 
seem to start fights every time you get near them.  There have been a 
couple of times where every time I went to get the loot from the first 
fairy, I would get into a fight with a second fairy, and then visa 
versa.  If you really need to avoid all fairy battles and get some place 
to heal or recharge your fairies, you should use one of the runes.  
(When you fight in one duel, all of the wild fairies respawn, except for 
the one that you just fought.  If you capture a fairy from one location, 
a fairy might not respawn at the location until you level the level. )

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**** Jumping with the Runes ****
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      The fastest way to travel around Zanzarah is through the runes.  
There are ten different runes you can find throughout the game.  Each 
rune will take you to a different location in Zanzarah.  The locations 
are fixed, so one rune will always take you to the same location.  The 
rune destinations are marked with circles of white stones, except for 
the London location and the Shadow Realm.  The London rune location is 
Amy’s bedroom.  

      For most of the runes, you will find the rune near the 
corresponding rune circle.  Runes appear as gray stones with blue 
particles floating out of it.  To use the runes, press F2 and select the 
rune you want to use.  For more information on each rune and where to 
find it, see the List section at the end of the document.
 
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**** Roadblocks and other obstacles ****
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      There are several different obstacles in the world of Zanzarah 
that restrict your access to different areas.  These obstacles also 
force you to visit most areas in a certain order.  To get past these 
obstacles, you need to find a particular Fairy card.  With the magic 
card and a fairy of the same type as the card, you will automatically 
remove the obstacle.  There are three different obstacles in Zanzarah, 
the prickly bush, boulders, and air eddies.

**** Prickly Bushes ****

      Prickly Bushes are green spiky bushes with yellow fruit.  These 
bushes usually block passageways, although sometimes they sit on top of 
useful items.  You need to find the Fairy Card of Nature and have a 
Nature fairy as your first fairy to eliminate a Prickly Bush.

**** Boulders ****

      Boulders are giant rocks that block passages or sit on top of 
important items.  You need to find the Fairy Card of Earth and have a 
Stone fairy as your first fairy, to blow up a boulder.

**** Air Eddies ****

      Air Eddies are white swirls of air that appear over a cliff or up 
a ledge.  Sometimes there are Air Eddies near areas that appear 
unreachable.  To use an Air Eddy, you must win the Fairy Card of Air and 
then have an Air Fairy as your first Fairy.

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**** Magic Merchants ****
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      In certain locations, usually near some form of civilization, you 
will run into Magic Merchants.  Magic Merchants are strange reddish 
creatures.  They have a yellow cap or forehead with a blue star in the 
middle.  All Magic Merchants look the same, with one exception.  You can 
not buy a particular spell from a Magic Merchant.  You must ask the 
Magic Merchant to create a set of spell for you.

      The Magic Merchant has five potential slots for creating spells 
each session.  Each slot will cost you two Fairy Coins, but you must 
create all slots for one session.  Thus, each session will cost you 10 
Fairy Coins.  For each slot, the Magic Merchant will either give you a 
spell or a blank.  You may chose to get one and only one spell from each 
session.  It does not cost any money to get a spell, only to create it 
initially.  You will get some text say “NEW SPELL” next to any spell 
that you don’t already have.  You can get more than one copy of a spell.  
(This can be a good thing to do, especially for good spells.)

      Each Magic Merchant can only generate spells from a small subset 
of the total available spell list.  A Magic Merchant can usually only 
create spells from one of three different types.  Some Magic Merchants 
can generate spells from all levels in their particular type, while 
others can only generate a few levels of a spell type.  If you want a 
particular spell, you will have to find the Magic Merchant that can 
generate that spell and then wait (and pay) for that Magic Merchant to 
actually create the spell.  Most spells are only sold by one Magic 
Merchant.

      In the List section, below the Walkthrough, there is a list of all 
the Magic Merchants, the spell they can create, and where they are 
located.

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**** Saving, Restoring and Dying ****
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      As I mentioned in the Introduction section, you can’t die or lose 
the game in Zanzarah.  If Amy drowns, falls off a cliff, or something 
similar, the game will reset the action to the point when Amy first 
entered the level.  If you saved the after entering the current level 
and then lose Amy, Amy will again reappear at the point where she 
entered the level, but will have the same status she had when you saved.  
If you lose all of your fairies in a battle, Amy will also reappear at 
the start of the level.

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**** Using the Map ****
***********************

      You have a map available with the F4 key, but the map will only 
work if you have the correct map piece.  There are six different map 
pieces in the game.  When you have the map piece for the area you are 
currently in, Amy’s head will appear on the map, along with key 
locations.  If you are missing the map piece for your current location, 
you will not see anything indicating your position on the map.  The 
target of the next phase of your quest appears as a yellow exclamation 
point on the map.

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**** Mini-Games and Puzzles ****
********************************

      There are a couple of mini-games or puzzles in Zanzarah.  The 
first puzzle appears as a lock on certain key treasure chests.  The lock 
appears as a three by three board with red shapes on some of the 
squares.  The object of this puzzle is to remove all of the red shapes 
or fill all of the squares with a red shape.  When you select a square, 
that square and all squares immediately adjacent to the square 
horizontally and vertically will flip states.  (If the square had a red 
shape, then the red shape will disappear, and visa versa.) The standard 
game board looks as so:  (The Xs may either be spaces or red colored 
shapes.  The game doesn’t change regardless of what the Xs represent.) 

 |X|
-----
X| |X   
-----
 |X|

      If you select the Top and Bottom Middle Squares, you will end up with 
this:

X| |X
-----
X| |X  
-----
X| |X

      Now, select the left and right Middle Squares to clear off all of the 
squares.

      There’s another game that an elf in Tiralin challenges you to 
play.  The game is a five by five board with five colored discs on the 
top and bottom.  Your discs are on the bottom and your opponent’s is on 
the top.  The object of the game is for you to move your discs onto the 
row before your opponent moves his to the bottom row.  The discs move 
like checkers, i.e. diagonally, but jumping is not allowed.  Your 
opponent moves first.

      I’ve beaten this game a few times, but I haven’t developed a 
method to win every time.  It costs 10 Fairy Coins to play the game.  If 
you win, you get 15 Fairy Coins in return.  If you lose, you lose your 
10 Coins.

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**** Capturing Pixies ****
**************************

      Early in the game, you will get a Pixie Bag so you can capture 
Pixies on your travels.  Pixies are short, brown creatures that run 
around and make an obnoxious laughing sound.  To capture a Pixie, you 
have to basically run into it.  If you have a Pixie bag when you touch a 
pixie, Amy will pick the Pixie up and place it in the bag.

      Capturing a Pixie can be rather challenging, since the Pixie can 
run as fast as Amy can.  If you are lucky, you can run a pixie into a 
corner, effectively trapping it.  Once its trapped, you can easily 
capture it.

      Also, Pixies behave like little kids.  They will only run away 
from you if they think you are chasing them.  If you turn you back to a 
Pixie and walk away a little bit, sometimes the Pixie will turn around 
and run towards you.  If you position yourself right, you can sometimes 
force the Pixie to either run right into you or into a corner.

      If worst comes to worst and you have to chase the Pixie around, 
try to make sharper turns than it does.  If you do this, you should 
eventually close the distance between you.

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**** People and Places of Interest ****
***************************************

**** Amy’s House in London ****

      Other than providing a starting place for the game, Amy’s house is 
also the place where you store all your extra fairies.  If you want to 
swap some of the fairies in your deck for some of your captured fairies, 
you must go to London.  London is only reachable through the Return 
Rune.  You can do your fairy trading from any room in the house, so you 
don’t have to hunt down any particular fairy in your house.  You don’t 
have to be in London to rearrange the order of your fairies in your 
deck.  (The Fairy Deck is the five fairies that you carry with you.)

**** Rafi in the Fairy Garden ****

      Rafi, the Swamp Goblin, is the first creature you meet in 
Zanzarah.  He’s also the most important creature, if you happen to get 
lost or confused.  He will always tell you what you should be doing 
next.  If you have found the map piece for the area that Rafi is 
describing, a yellow exclamation point will appear over the quest’s 
target location.  You can get to Rafi by using the Fairy Garden rune.

**** Scarecrow ****

      Early in the game, you will find a scarecrow that asks for your 
help.  Once you help him, he will recharge the mana of all the fairies 
in your Fairy deck.  You can reach the scarecrow by using the Cottage 
rune.

**** Fairy Trainers ****

      Fairy Trainers are characters that will help you give your fairies 
experience, by providing easy battles.  Battles with Fairy Trainer’s 
fairies are different than other battles, because the Fairy Trainer’s 
fairies will not fight back.  So, as long as you don’t run out of mana 
or don’t fall off the map, you should easily win all Fairy Trainer 
battles.

      You can also use Fairy Trainers to try out certain spells or spell 
combinations.  You won’t be able to try all defensive or passive spells, 
because some of these spells are only activated when the opposing fairy 
attacks.

      There are two fairy trainers in Zanzarah.  Both trainers only have 
Nature fairies.  The first trainer is in the Elves’ village, Endeva, 
right near the entrance exit to Rafi’s cave.  He has a level 0 Sillia.  
This trainer will train your fairies for free and will give you money 
when you win.

      The second trainer is in a hut in the Goblin swamp town, Dunmore.  
This trainer has two level 19 fairies, a Worgot and a Corgot.  This 
trainer will charge you 60 Fairy Coins to train with his fairies.  He 
will not give you anything when you win.

*****************************************************
**** Items You Can Purchase From the Shopkeepers ****
*****************************************************

      Once you can find them, you can purchase a variety of items the 
various shopkeepers in the game.  The shopkeepers and the magic 
merchants are about the only place you can use all those Fairy Coins 
you’ve been collecting.  All of the items that the shopkeepers sell are 
used on fairies.  Most of these items are used on your fairies, although 
some of them can be used to capture opposing fairies.  Each shopkeeper 
will sell a maximum of five different items.  This means there is no one 
person that can provide you with all your needs.  The items you can 
purchase are:

**** Small Healing Potion ****

      Small healing potions heal up to 20 of your fairies hit points.  
(The game’s documents are wrong.  This potion only heals 20 hit points 
not 25 points.)  These potions are fine when your fairy is a low level 
and doesn’t have very many hit points.  I usually don’t buy small 
healing potions. 

**** Medium Healing Potion ****

      Medium healing potions heal up to 50 of your fairies hit points.  
These potions are helpful after most battles, especially when you have 
fairies with levels 12 or greater.  I usually take ten or more of these 
with me when I set out on an adventure. 

**** Big Healing Potion ****

      Big healing potions heal up to 100 of your fairies hit points.  
These potions are very helpful once your fairies have a 100 or more hit 
points.  Again, I usually take ten or more of these with me when I set 
out on an adventure. 

**** Healing Herbs ****

      Healing Herbs revive your fairies when they are defeated in 
battle.  Using herbs will also restore about 1/4 of fairies hit points. 
I usually take six or more of these with me when I set out on an 
adventure.  You will need more Healing Herbs when your fairies are at 
low level and less as they become more advanced.  You should always 
carry some Herbs with you, since even your strongest fairy can be 
defeated sometimes.

**** Medicine ****

      Medicine removes all of the negative statuses on a fairy.  
Opposing fairies can afflict statuses on your fairy with certain spells.  
These statuses will cause your fairy to constantly lose hit points while 
they are in a duel.  Once a fairy gets afflicted with a status, the 
status will remain after the battle until the fairy rises another level 
or your give the fairy some medicine.  I usually take six or more of 
these with me when I set out on an adventure. 

**** Mana Potion ****

      Mana potions will restore all the mana points for a particular 
fairy.  You will need to have a health supply of mana potions since, 
unlike health, your fairy’s mana is not fully restored when the fairy 
reaches a new level.  I usually take twelve or more of these with me 
when I set out on an adventure. 

**** Golden Carrot ****

      A Golden Carrot will give a fairy enough experience points to be 
one short of the next level.  These items are useful to rapidly raise 
your fairies level.  Obviously, you should use a Golden Carrot on a 
fairy just after it reaches a new level.  This will give you the most 
benefit for the carrot.  Golden Carrots are most useful for advancing 
your high level fairies.  You can’t use a Golden Carrot to take your 
fairy from level 59 to level 60, but you can use it for all other 
levels.  You don’t have to have any Golden Carrots with you start on a 
new adventure.

**** Molding Magic ****

      Molding Magic or Moulding Magic as the game incorrectly calls it, 
allows you to name your fairy.  I’ve never actually used Molding Magic 
on any fairy.
 
**** Garlic Atomizer ****

      The instruction booklet doesn’t actually say what the Garlic 
Atomizer does.  When you encounter a wild fairy, you can use the Garlic 
Atomizer to scare off the wild fairy.  The wild fairy will flee, giving 
you the money or item reward you would have gotten for fighting the 
fairy.  You have to use the Garlic Atomizer immediately after you get 
the notice that a wild fairy is attacking you.  Once your fairy follows 
the wild fairy into the rock, tree, or whatever the fairy came from, you 
can no longer use the Garlic Atomizer.  I found Garlic Atomizers to be a 
convenience and not a necessity.  I’ve used Garlic Atomizers, but I’ve 
never bought one. 

**** Silver Sphere ****

      Spheres are required to capture a wild fairy.  You need one sphere 
per fairy you capture.  The Silver Sphere can capture a fairy from level 
0 to 20.  You use Silver Sphere’s to capture fairies up until around the 
point when you get the first Fairy Card.  After that point, most of the 
fairies you encounter will require a Golden Sphere.  I usually try to 
have five or six Silver Spheres when I set out, but usually this is 
overkill.  Still it’s better to have extra Spheres than lose a rare 
fairy because you are out of Spheres.  See the section on Capturing 
Fairies in the Fairy Battle section for more information on capturing 
fairies.

**** Golden Sphere ****

      Spheres are required to capture a wild fairy.  You need one sphere 
per fairy you capture.  The Golden Sphere can capture a fairy from level 
0 to 40.  You will only use a Golden Sphere to capture a fairy with a 
level of 20 or less if you have no more Silver Spheres.  You will use 
Golden Sphere’s to capture most fairies in the game.  You will quickly 
outgrow the abilities of the Silver Sphere and you will only need a 
Crystal Sphere for the last couple of areas in the game.  I usually try 
to have ten Golden Spheres when I set out, but usually this is overkill.  
You will need more Spheres when you set out to a new area and less if 
you are going back through an already visited area.  See the section on 
Capturing Fairies in the Fairy Battle section for more information on 
capturing fairies.


**** Crystal Sphere ****

      Spheres are required to capture a wild fairy.  You need one sphere 
per fairy you capture.  The Crystal Sphere can capture a fairy from 
level 0 to 60.  You will only use a Crystal Sphere to capture a fairy 
with a level of 40 or less if you have no more Golden or Silver Spheres.  
You will use Golden Sphere’s to capture most fairies in the game, so you 
won’t need that many Crystal Spheres.  You will only need about eight to 
ten Crystal Spheres in the entire game.  All of those will be used in 
the final sections of the game. I usually try to have at least one 
Crystal Spheres when I set out, but even one isn’t really necessary for 
most of the game.  Having one Crystal Sphere “just in case” made me feel 
better, so I bought one.  See the section on Capturing Fairies in the 
Fairy Battle section for more information on capturing fairies.

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****************************** FAIRY DUELS *****************************
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      To get anywhere in Zanzarah, you will need fairies.  In fact, you 
won’t be able be get beyond Rafi’s Cave and the Village of Endeva 
without at least one fairy. Your fairies will fight for you against 
other fairies.  Certain fairy types will even remove obstacles from your 
path, if you have the correct Fairy Card.  

      You will spend a substantial portion of your time in Zanzarah 
fighting fairy duels.  There are a number of set fairy duels you will 
fight in and even more fairy battles against “wild” fairies.  This 
section of the walkthrough discusses what you need to successfully fight 
with your fairies.  First, we’ll start with how you can prepare yourself 
before a fairy duel. 

***********************************
**** Preparing Your Fairy Deck ****
***********************************

      There are twelve different types of fairies in Zanzarah.  Each 
type of fairy has particular strengths and weaknesses to other fairy 
types.  If the attacking fairy is strong against the opposing fairy’s 
type, the attacking fairy will do substantially more damage to the 
opposing fairy than his or her normal attack would do.  Similarly, if 
the attacking fairy is weak against the opposing fairy’s type, the 
attacking fairy will do little or no damage to his or her opponent.
      
      What all of this means is, that you want to fight with a fairy 
that has a strong attack on the opposing fairy’s type.  Ideally, you 
would also want the opposing fairy to have a weak attack against your 
fairy as well.  

      If your opponent is a Nature fairy and you use a Fire Fairy, then 
you should be easily able to defeat the Nature fairy without taking much 
damage to your own fairy.  If you use a Metal fairy against the Nature 
fairy, your Metal Fairy will do extra damage to the Nature fairy, but 
the Nature fairy can do normal damage back.  If you brought out a PSI 
fairy against the Nature Fairy, your PSI fairy would probably get 
eliminated before you could even scratch the Nature Fairy.

      There are a couple of exceptions to this.  Critical hit damage 
seems to do the normal amount of damage even to a resistant fairy.  
Status changing attacks, such as poison, will also cause damage to 
resistant fairies.  Next, some of the passive abilities that reduce or 
eliminate defense, such as the Nature spell, “Thorn Armour”, will affect 
the damage from even the most effective attack.  So, a Nature fairy with 
the Passive “Thorn Armour” and the offensive spell “Falling Tree” (which 
poisons the attacker) can still do damage to an attacking Fire, Ice, or 
Metal Fairy.  At least the Nature fairy will hang around until its 
“Thorn Armour” is exhausted.  Finally, there are some passive spells 
that cause the attacking damage fairy to receive the same damage it 
inflicts on the defending fairy.  If you use this passive spell on your 
fairy, the more damage it takes, the faster it kills your opponent.  
Unfortunately, your fairy still won’t last to long in the situation, but 
sometimes weakening the opposing fairies is worth sacrificing one of 
your fairies.

      So all of this basically means that you want to have the fairies 
in your deck (your five active fairies) that are strong against the 
opposing fairies.  You can plan for this in advance, to a certain 
extent.  If you know you are going into a forest area, you would want to 
bring along fairy types that are strong against Nature.  You have to be 
careful though.  If you decided to prepare yourself for the Nature 
fairies by bring five Fire fairies, a single Water fairy could wipe you 
out.  Unless you’ve been through an area before and cleared out all of 
the opposing fairy masters, you can never be totally sure what type of 
fairies you will encounter.  (Fairy Masters are fairy collector, like 
Amy.  They will usually have several fairies with different types.)

      All of this is a long, drawn out way of saying, “Diversity is 
Key”.  The ideal fairy deck would have fairies that are strong against 
every fairy type.  One fairy’s weakness should be covered by another 
fairies strength.   For example, a Light fairy is weak against PSI 
fairies.  Adding a Nature Fairy to your deck, which is strong against 
PSI fairies would cover the Light fairy’s weakness.

      At the beginning of the game, you won’t have enough types of 
fairies to make an ideal deck.  Just keep the most diverse deck possible 
until you are able to find more fairies.  Also, when you capture a new 
fairy type, head back to London and see if you can create a better fairy 
combination.

      The deck I used to finish the game the first time contained an Ice 
fairy (Greezloc), a Light fairy (Driane), a PSI fairy (Clumaur), my 
strongest Water fairy (Oceana), and my strongest Nature fairy (Symgot).  
I usually always had a Nature and / or a Water Fairy with me.  Once I 
caught my first Ice and PSI fairy, I usually had one in my deck.  In 
this deck, the Water fairy is basically just along for the ride, since 
it doesn’t provide any additional protection.  It did take some pressure 
off my Light fairy, which was pretty weak, compared to the rest of my 
fairies.

      In the game I played while writing this walkthrough, I used a 
Driane Light fairy, a Dredanox Dark fairy, a Clumaur PSI fairy, a 
Greezloc Ice fairy and an Oceana Water fairy.  I barely used the Water 
fairy on this second pass through the game.  This was due to the fact 
that my Light and Ice fairies were at very high levels.  There were at 
high levels because I spent a bunch of time and Golden Carrots on them 
so I could finish my experience charts.

      The other thing that I did was to swap out a fairy that evolved to 
its highest form with another fairy of the same type.  This let me grow 
other fairies, so I could get more varieties.   When my first Nature 
fairy turned into a Symgot, I switched to a Viteria.  I was missing a 
Boneria, which is Viteria’s highest evolutionary form.  I did this so I 
could complete my fairy collection.  This actually makes the game much 
harder, since I was constantly replacing a strong fairy with a 
relatively weak one.

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**** Preparing Your Fairies ****
********************************

      First, I’ll go through the obvious points.  You should always keep 
your fairies at or near their peak health.  Depending on how my life 
points your fairy has, it may be ok to leave a fairy down 10 – 25 
points.  Any more than that, you should give the fairy a health potion.  
If your fairy was defeated in battle, revive it with the Herbs.  If your 
fairy as afflicted with some status, such as poisoned, give it some 
Medicine.  Afflicted fairies won’t lose any health as you move around, 
but will start losing health during your next duel.

      More importantly, if the fairy’s mana is low, give the fairy a 
mana potion or recharge her / him at the scarecrow.  If your fairy has a 
fairly strong spell and is strong against her or his opponent type, you 
can probably get by with 5-7 shots.  If you are going against a fairy 
where your fairy does normal damage and / or does not have a strong 
offensive spell, you will probably need more a few more shots.  If you 
are going against a Nature fairy that can reduce or eliminate the damage 
of your first five shots, you will also need more mana for your spells.

      To determine how many shots your fairy has for a certain spell, 
press F5 and click the Items tab.  Your fairies on the left will have a 
set of numbers for their spells.  These will have the form of #/#, or in 
some cases -/-.  The number on the left is the number of shots you have 
left with that spell, the number on the right is the total number of 
shots you can have at full mana.  Spells with mana listed at -/- have 
unlimited mana.  Only passive spells can have unlimited mana.  The mana 
for a spell is set by the cost of the spell.  The most expensive 
offensive spell will only have 5 shots while the cheapest offensive one 
will have 40.  Your fairy has a different bank of mana for each spell.  
So, if you’ve given your fairy two offensive and two passive spells, 
your fairy will have four sets of mana numbers.  Exhausting the mana for 
one spell will not affect the remaining mana for the other spells.

      Actually, the number of shots left for a spell is tracked by the 
spell itself, not the slot on the fairy.  If you own an extra copy of 
your fairy’s spell, you can replace a spell with no shots left with the 
extra spell and thus get a new set of mana.

      Occasionally, when your fairy reaches a new level, he or she will 
gain a new spell level.  This will add a new circle or square under on 
of the fairy’s four spell slots.  When this happens, you can give the 
fairy a better or different spell.  To determine if you can put a 
particular spell in a slot, look at the symbols under the slot.  If the 
symbols are circles, you can put an offensive spell in the slot.  If the 
symbols are squares, you can place a passive spell in the slot.  The 
number of circles or squares is also important.  You can only place a 
spell in a slot if the number of circles or squares on the spell is less 
than or equal to the number of circles or squares on the fairy’s spell 
slot.  You also have to match the color of the circles or squares to the 
color(s) of the spell.  If the color on the circle or square is a 
rainbow pattern, then any spell color will match with that symbol.  
These rainbow slots give you the ability to give a fairy a spell of a 
different type.  

      A fairy can have a maximum of three circles or squares per spell 
slot.  Some fairies won’t get three circles or squares on a slot, even 
if they get all the way to experience level 60.  Another note is that 
when your fairy evolves to another fairy form, the composition of 
circles and squares will probably change.  The new fairy may not have as 
many symbols on certain slots and the number of wild card symbols may 
also change.

      Spells aren’t inheritantly better just because they cost more.  
Some of the more expensive spells may have less shots, do less damage, 
or fire less frequently.  Always check the information on a spell before 
giving it to your fairy.

      Personally, it seems like spells that have a slow or slowest fire 
rate (one or two circles) take a very long time to charge.  If you get 
hit with spell that slows down your charge time, you may have to wait a 
while before you can get your next shot off.  The advantage to slower 
firing spells is that you have more time to line up your shot before you 
get hurt.  Fast charging spells don’t give you much leeway if the 
opposing fairy moves out of the way.  If you hold a spell for too long, 
the spell will hit your fairy at full force.  Typically the higher 
damaging spells have a slower charge rate.

      Try to pick spells that complement your fairies abilities.  Also, 
try to pick offensive and defensive spell pairs that complement each 
other.  Nature fairies typically have a healthy number of hit points, 
which should keep them around in most fight.  A number of the Nature 
fairy’s passive spells reduce or eliminate damage caused by the opposing 
fairies.  These spells will help the Nature fairies last even longer.  
If you give a Nature fairy “Thorn Armour” and “Light Spurs”, your Nature 
fairy can even temporarily go against a fairy that it is weak against.  
The “Thorn Armour”, which eliminates the damage from 5 hits, will 
provide the Nature fairy with protection while it reduces the opposing 
fairy’s attack rate with its “Light Spurs” spell.  Once the Nature fairy 
weakens her or his opponent, another of your fairies can finish up the 
now hurt opponent.

      Also, there are times where you may get a particular fairy type 
long before you find a spell merchant that sells that type of spell.  
For these fairies, it may make sense to take advantage of any rainbow 
symbol and give the fairy a spell of a different type.

      One finally note about selecting your lead fairy.  When you go 
into battle, your lead fairy is the fairy you start fighting with.  Even 
if you switch to another fairy immediately upon entering the fight, the 
first fairy will share in the experience.  So, if you have a fairy you 
are trying to improve, put it in the first slot.  It will gain 
experience faster than any other fairy in your deck.

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**** Where Do I Find a Particular Fairy or Fairy Type? ****
***********************************************************

      To find a particular fairy, check out the walkthrough or the lists 
sections.  I’ve listed each fairy that I’ve found in each of the levels.  
There are a few fairies that you can only get by trading with other 
characters.  There are other fairies that you can only get by evolving 
one fairy with a different item.  For example, you can never catch a 
Tineves in the wild, but you can get one by giving a Tinefol an 
Elemental Stone of Air.  Finally, it’s very rare to find the highest 
evolutionary level of a particular fairy in the wild.  While you will 
find Sillia and Viteria Nature, you will never find a wild Boneria, the 
highest evolutionary form of a Sillia.  The only way I was ever able to 
get a Boneria was to give a Viteria enough experience so she evolved 
into a Boneria.  You will find the highest evolutionary level of a fairy 
on certain set battles or on Fairy Masters, but you won’t be able to 
catch those.

      To find a particular type of fairy, you have to go to that fairies 
native environment.  For the most part, these are pretty obvious:

      - Nature fairies are found in trees and some bushes.
      - Air fairies are found in the clouds.
      - Stone fairies are found in large outdoor rocks.
      - Ice fairies are found in snowy areas.
      - Fire fairies are found near lava.
      - Metal fairies are found near metal scraps on in workshops.

      Some fairy types are located in less than obvious places:

      - Chaos fairies are found in catacombs and unnatural underground 
        places.
      - PSI fairies are found in Dark Caves.

      Other fairies are in special places or require special equipment:

      - Water fairies can only be summoned via the Ocean Conch.
      - Light, and Energy fairies can only be found in one or two 
        locations near the end of the game.
      - Dark fairies can be found near the Light and Energy fairies.  
        Dark fairies can also be found in the final map area of the game.  
        You can find a Dark fairy in the same location as a Chaos fairy.

********************************************
**** The Different Types of Fairy Duels ****
********************************************

      There are three different types of Fairy Duels in Zanzarah, 
battles against a single wild fairy, battles against a Fairy Master, and 
set battles in a certain location.  These battle types are listed in 
order of frequency and challenge.

      Of the three types of duels, the battles against wild fairies are 
by far the most common.  The only fairy you can capture is a wild fairy.  
There will only be one opposing fairy involved in a wild fairy duel.  
Also, both you and the wild fairy can flee the battle.  You can fight 
against a wild fairy anytime your get near a prominent piece of 
landscape, from a tree to a large rock.  Wild fairy fights are usually 
the easiest of the three battle types.

      Fairy Master battles are fights against other Fairy Collectors, 
like you.  Fairy Masters can have up to five different fairies.  
Usually, Fairy Masters will have fairies of several different types.  
The Fairy Master will switch between his or her different fairies to try 
and find a type that is effective against your current fairy.  The Fairy 
Master will usually let you get one shot off against his / her current 
fairy before switching to a new fairy, so you can eventually wear all of 
the fairies down.

      The hardest Fairy duel is the set battle.  Set battles are fairy 
duels that happen when you approach a certain area.  You can usually 
tell when a set battle will occur because you will see a bunch a fairies 
hanging over an area, though this is not always the case.  Set battles 
are against several fairies usually of the same type.  The challenge to 
these set battles is that all or most of the opposing fairies appear on 
the field at the same time.  This means that your one fairy can be hit 
by spells from multiple fairies at the same time.  If you are not 
careful, these set battles can eliminate all of your fairies very 
quickly.  You could argue that all Fairy Master battles are set battles.  
Some of the set battles do involve Fairy Masters as well.  I’m calling a 
set battles the handful of difficult battles in the game.
  
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**** Fairy Arena Overview ****
******************************

      When you are first brought into a fairy duel, you have a chance to 
observe all of the battle participants.  Each of the fairies that are 
available for the battle appears on an individual pedestal.  Your view 
starts off centered on the first opposing fairy.  In this preview mode, 
you can see each fairy along with all of the fairy’s offensive and 
passive spells.  You can move the mouse left and right to rotate your 
view.  If you press the left and right arrow keys you can move between 
the different fairies.  You can also view your own fairies by pressing 
the left or right arrow key enough time.  

      You can use this view to plan your attack for the actual battle.  
By looking at each fairy, you can (hopefully) determine the type of the 
fairy.  In this way, you can figure out which of your fairies has the 
best chance against each of the opposing fairies.  The F1 help is also 
available here, so you can double-check the fairies’ strengths and 
weaknesses before the fight.  When you press the left mouse button, the 
fairies take off of the pedestals and the battle begins.
 
      There are eleven different fairy arena layouts.  Each of these 
different layouts will have one of twelve or so different textures, 
based on the type of the opposing fairy’s type.  So, if you are fighting 
a Water fairy, the arena will have an underwater look with seaweed on 
the rocks while a battle with a Nature have an outdoors fill with moss 
growing on the stone rocks.  While the arenas’ layouts may be different 
all arenas obey the same rules.  (There’s actually one more arena that’s 
only used in one special place.  To avoid giving away too much, I’ll 
only describe this special arena in the walkthrough section.)

      All arenas are a series of stone structures hanging in the air.  
If your fairy falls off below the structures too far, your fairy will be 
defeated.  So when you are flying over one of the gaps in the ground, 
make sure you have enough jump energy to clear the gap.  The later 
arenas feature more gaps than the earlier ones.  While falling too far 
will kill your fairies, you can still fall a certain distance with no 
ill effects.  You are able to fly completely under the bottom of every 
level, provided you stay fairly close to the bottom of the level.

      Also, most arenas will have a bright pulsating light in one 
location.  Usually this light will the highest point in the arena, or on 
top of a pedestal, platform, or arch.  For battles with Wild Fairies, 
the light will be unobstructed.  When fighting set battles or against 
other Fairy Battles, the light will be guarded by a series of rotating 
stone rings.  

      If the light is unguarded then you or the opposing fairy can flee 
into the light.  If a fairy makes it into the light, the fairy duel will 
be over.  You will not receive any experience or reward if you or the 
opposing fairy flees the battle.  Opposing fairies tend to flee to the 
light if they are wounded to the point where they can be captured.  It 
seems that the opposing fairies can get much closer to the light without 
fleeing than you can, so be careful.

      If the light is guarded by a set of rotating rings, no fairy can 
flee the duel.  This means that all set battles and Fairy Master duels 
are fights to the death.  These duels will not end until one side has 
lost all of its fairies.

      Some arenas, especially ones with the Stone and PSI fairy tile 
set, have burning flames in certain locations.  If your fairy touches 
this flame, your fairy will be instantly defeated.

      One final note, the battle isn’t over until the victory page pops 
up.  The victory page is the overlay that shows you how much experience 
you won from the battle.  The battle is still active and your fairy can 
still receive damage up until this victory page shows up.  So, if you 
kill the final opposing fairy and then fall to your death, your fairy 
will die.  If your last fairy dies after you’ve defeated the last fairy 
but before the victory page, you will lose the duel.

      The duel will end almost immediately after you catch a fairy.  If 
you defeat a fairy, the game will give you almost ten seconds before 
showing the victory page.  While this will give you extra time to 
collect extra coins make sure you don’t get hurt by the extra time.

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**** Moving and Fighting in the Arena ****
******************************************

      You move your fairy in the Arena in a similar way to moving Amy 
around.  The biggest difference in the movement is the fairies jump 
ability.   Your can make your fairy jump or fly by pressing the right 
mouse button.  Pressing the button once accelerates your fairy upwards a 
little amount.  One press of the right mouse button doesn’t really do 
much, but pressing the right mouse button several times will allow you 
to fly effectively.

      Make sure you key an eye on the green jump / fly energy bar.  
Every time you press the right mouse button, the jump energy bar will 
decrease.  Once the green energy bar disappears, you will not be able to 
use your jump ability again, until you recharge it.  You can recharge 
your jump ability by staying on the ground.  This means that you will 
have to be careful flying over the gaps and edges in the map.  If you 
run out of jump energy will over one of the openings, your fairy could 
end up falling below the arena, to her or his death.  

      There are some attack spells that reduce or eliminate your jump 
energy.  If you find that one of the opposing fairies is equipped with 
one of these spells, you should be extra careful when flying over an 
opening in the map.

      To fight the opposing fairy, you need to press and hold the left 
mouse button.  This will charge you offensive spell.  As you hold the 
left mouse button down, you will hear a charging sound and circular 
lines forming around your target.  The strength of your spell increases 
as you hold down the button.  The lines start as blue and turn red as 
you charge the spell.  The lines will also close in around your target.  
If you hold the left mouse button down long enough, you spell will start 
flashing between red and white.  If hold the mouse button down much past 
this point, the spell will overload and damage your fairy.  When this 
happens, your fairy will take the full force of the spells damage.

      To prevent this, you need to fire your spell at the opposing 
fairy.  This present you with the challenge of charging your spell up 
long enough to do a lot of damage to the opposing fairy while making 
sure you can get a clear shot off before your spell overloads.  If you 
can’t find a clear shot and your spell is about is overload, it’s better 
to just release the spell and start again.  It’s better to lose the mana 
for the spell than get hurt when it backfires.

      Speaking of mana, each spell you cast takes one unit of mana once 
you fire it.  The mana remaining for your current offensive spell is 
located in the lower left hand corner of the screen.  If you exhaust all 
of your mana, you can still charge your offensive spell, but at a cost 
of your fairy’s health.  You won’t lose health for charging the spell, 
but you will lose health when you fire the spell.  You seem to lose a 
substantial amount of health this way.  Most fairies can’t fire more 
than five or six spells this way before they end up killing themselves.  
Remember also that if you lose your last fairy defeating your opponent, 
you still lose the match.  Charge you offensive spells with your life 
only when you are absolutely desperate.

      The speed in which your spell charges is dependent on the firing 
rate of the spell.  Typically, spells with an average (3 dot) charging 
rate, charge in what seems like a reasonable amount of time.  Faster 
charging rates charge up really quickly, while slower ones seem to take 
a very long time.  If your fairy has a spell with a slower firing rate 
than your opponent’s spell, you can potentially take a number of hits 
before you can fire back once.  On the plus side, the slower firing 
spells usually cause more damage than the faster spells.

      The downside to the faster charging spells is that you have less 
time to line up your shot before your spell overloads.  With fast 
charging spells, you should make sure you can see your opponent before 
charging your spell.  With slower charging spells, you should charge 
your spell in hiding.  Once your spell is partially charged, then you 
can hunt for your opponent.  You can also hold a slower charging spell 
for much longer before it will backfire on you.

      Once your fairy advances in level high enough, you can get a 
second set of offensive and passive spells.  You can toggle to the 
second set of spells by pressing the middle mouse button or whatever key 
you remapped this ability to.  This second set of spells will give you 
more ammunition to fight and gives you a possible second strategy to use 
against the opposing fairy.

      Your fairy’s passive spells are automatically used when they are 
needed.  Defensive passive spells are fired every time you get hit by an 
opposing fairy’s spell.  Offensive passive spells are fired off every 
time you hit an opposing fairy.  Passive spells that are always active 
either provide a constant ability, like increased spell charge rate, or 
a once per battle benefit, like the Water Healing spells.  (Actually, I 
think the two Water Healing spells are applied once per battle, but I’m 
not 100% positive about this.)  

      The first person view of the fairy battles gives you some 
advantages in that you can dodge the opposing fairies’ spells.  Dodging 
spells is pretty challenging and you won’t be able to do it all of the 
time.  The game is very generous with its spell targeting.  As long as 
your target is even partially over the opposing fairy, your spell with 
hit him or her.  If you are fairly close to the opposing fairy, you can 
even hit her or him if your target is near but not on the opposing 
fairy.

      While this is great while you are on offense, it makes dodging 
your opponent’s spells difficult.  The advantage that you have is with 
the opposing fairy’s spell charging.  If you listen, you can hear the 
opposing fairy’s spell charging.  If you hear that the opposing fairy’s 
spell is almost fully charged, try to get a wall or barrier between you 
and the other fairy.  If you keep an obstacle between you and the other 
fairy, you will force your opponent to either discharge his or her spell 
or take damage from it.  Then your opponent will have to recharge his or 
her spell, giving you a chance to attack.  Try to attack immediately 
after your opponent fires his or her spell.

      If you are in plain view of your opponent and he or she is about 
to fire at you, you can try moving erratically.  If you are lucky, you 
may end up dodging the shot, but more times than not, you will get hit.  
For what it’s worth, you have more maneuverability in the air than on 
the ground.     

      If you can’t see the opposing fairy because you aren’t looking the 
right way, you will see a green pair of fairy wings somewhere on the 
screen.  If these wings are on the edge of the map, they indicate the 
direction you need to turn to find the opposing fairy.  If the fairy is 
hidden behind a wall but would be in your field of vision, if it weren’t 
for the wall, you might not see the green pair of wings.

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**** Special Spells and Abilities ****
**************************************

      Some of the spells your opponent’s use against can make your life 
more interesting.  Some spell cause status changes along with any direct 
damage they do.  These status changes can either affect the performance 
of your fairy or cause lingering damage.

      The spells that affect your fairy’s performance negatively are 
usually temporary in nature.  These spells will prevent you from moving, 
prevent you from flying, reduce your spell charge rate, reduce your jump 
recharge rate, or blind you.  Of these affects, I find the reduced spell 
recharge rate to be the most frustrating.  If you have a fairy will a 
slow firing spell, getting hit with a reduced charging rate will prevent 
you from fighting until your fairy can shake off the effects of the 
spell.

      Spells that cause lingering damage, such as poisoned or burnt, 
will continue to cause your fairy damage will he or she is actively in 
the fight.  Your fairy will not lose health while it is waiting in 
reserve or when you are back in control of Amy.  However, the damage 
your fairy receives while fighting is significant and can defeat your 
fairy fairly quickly.  Swapping fairies against an attacker that can 
poison or burn your fairies is usually a bad choice.  With a few luck 
hits, the attacker can poison or burn a number of your fairies, reducing 
your fighting ability.  The frozen status is also a permanent status.  
This status does not cause in damage, but it slows your fairies movement 
down to a crawl.

      There’s also a particularly dangerous passive ability that you 
should watch for.  The “opponent receives same damage inflicted” ability 
will send all damage caused to a fairy back to the attacking fairy.  
With this spell, even a fairy that is vulnerable to its attacker can 
inflict serious damage to the attacker. These spells reflect status 
changes as well, so be careful.

      The misnamed Reflection spell is also a useful spell.  This spell 
is actually a life-stealing spell.  Every point of damage you inflict on 
your opponent comes back to you as additional Hit Points.  This spell is 
obviously more effective if your fairy can cause extra damage to your 
opponent.

      There are a couple of annoying passive spells that will either 
teleport you fairy to a random location on the board or twirl you fairy 
around.  The worst thing these spells can do is to cause you to waste a 
shot by moving you away from the other fairy.  The twirl you around 
spell will constantly try to shift your view to the left or right.  Just 
moving your mouse slightly will counteract this spell.  I was correcting 
for this somewhat instinctively before I even realized there was a spell 
that causes you to turn.

      There is one other spell I don’t like to face, “Thorn Armour”.  
“Thorn Armour”, a Nature passive spell, will completely protect its 
owner from all damage for five hits.  This means that no matter how high 
you charge your spell, you first five shots at that fairy will cause no 
damage.  The only you can do is try to hit the protected fairy five 
times as quickly as possible with the weakest charge spell you can, to 
eliminate the protection.

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**** Managing Multiple Fairies ****
***********************************

      Once you capture your first fairy, you will always have multiple 
fairies in your fairy deck.  (You will have the first fairy you pick 
plus the captured fairy.)  You can have up to five fairies in your Fairy 
Deck.  Once you fill a spot in your deck with a fairy, you can never 
empty the slot again.  You can transfer fairies in your deck with other 
fairies you have captured when you are in London.

      When you start a battle, the fairy in the number 1 position will 
be the first fairy that you control.  You can switch to another fairy by 
pressing a number between 1 and 5, or using the Previous and Next Fairy 
keys.

      While you are fighting, you should always bring out a fairy that 
is strong against the current opponent(s).  You can press the F1 key at 
any time during the battle to double-check the fairy strengths and 
weaknesses chart.  Note that all the experience gained from a battle 
will be shared with any fairy that appeared in the battle, even if that 
fairy never fired off one spell.  Thus, your lead fairy will gain 
experience in every single battle you fight.

      A word of warning about changing fairies: you active fairy won’t 
disappear immediately.  When you change fairies, it takes a couple of 
seconds for the current fairy to leave.  You current fairy shrinks then 
disappears with a flash of light.  While all this is happening, you can 
still be hit.  So, if you are fighting a Fairy Master and the Fairy 
Master brings out a fairy that is strong against your current fairy, the 
Fairy Master has a chance to hit your current fairy before you can 
recall it.

      This can work either for or against you.  It works to your 
advantage in that you can get a shot off against a fairy that’s getting 
called back.  I have defeated several fairies by firing into the flash 
of light that appears as the fairy gets called back.  However, a Fairy 
Master will always try to bring out a fairy that is strong against your 
current fairy.  By the time you figure out what type the new fairy is 
and call back your current fairy, the new Fairy Master fairy could have 
charged up an offensive spell.  While your fairy is disappearing, the 
Fairy Master’s fairy could unleash a very painful spell.  Usually, if 
you are quick about changing fairies, this won’t happen.  If you try to 
get one last shot off against a disappearing fairy, you may end up 
waiting too long.

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**** Capturing Fairies ****
***************************
      
      You can only capture a wild fairy.  To capture a wild fairy, you 
must have at least a Silver Sphere to capture a fairy from levels 0 to 
20, a Golden Sphere for levels 0 through 40, and a Crystal Sphere for 
all levels.  The game will automatically chose the lowest powered Sphere 
that will capture the fairy.

      One quick way to know if you are able to catch the opposing fairy 
is to look in the upper right hand corner of the screen when you are in 
the arena.  If you see an icon of a Sphere, they you have the potential 
to catch the opposing fairy.  If you don’t see the Sphere icon, then you 
either aren’t allowed to catch the opposing fairy or you don’t have a 
Sphere that is strong enough to catch the fairy.  If you see a ghost 
image of the Sphere icon, then you have not weakened the opposing fairy 
enough to catch it.  If you see the Sphere lit up with an arrow pointing 
to it, then you can capture the fairy.

      To capture a fairy, you must first remove about 80% to 90% of the 
fairy’s health.  Once you do this the message “Capture the Fairy” will 
appear in the middle of the screen.  If you touch the opposing fairy 
when this is flashing, you will capture the fairy.  The battle will 
immediately end.  After you dismiss the victory page, you will be given 
the option of releasing or capturing the fairy.  If you release the 
fairy, you will get some coin or money reward.  If you capture the 
fairy, you will not get a reward.  If you currently have less than five 
fairies, the captured fairy will appear in your Fairy Deck.  If your 
Fairy Deck is full, the captured fairy will be sent to London.

      Once you are able to capture a fairy, the fairy’s fight tactics 
will change.  The fairy will usually start firing off spells as fast as 
possible at you.  It will also eventually make a run for the exit.  What 
the fairy is trying to do is escape getting captured.  By firing spells 
off at you rapidly, the fairy can keep you away and exhaust his or her 
mana supply.  Once the mana supply is gone, a few more shots will defeat 
the fairy, thus allowing it to escape.

      Since it takes fewer shots to capture a fairy than to defeat it, 
sometimes it is easier to try to capture the fairy.  This is especially 
true at the beginning of the game, when your fairies are not very strong 
and your deck does not have much variety.

      When you capture a fairy, it will lose a substantial amount of 
experience.  Any fairy below level six will become level 0.  A fifty 
level Dark fairy I captured at the end of the game was level 16 when I 
got back to London. No matter what level I capture a fairy at, I’ve 
never ended up with the caught fairy’s level greater than 16.  In other 
words, you will always have a bunch of work to do to train a fairy you 
captured so that it has a decent experience level.

      On a final note, you may not want to bring out a fairy that is 
strong against the fairy you intend to capture, especially if you target 
has a low experience level.  If you aren’t careful, you may end up 
defeating the fairy instead of capturing it.

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**** Battle Results Winning and Losing ****
*******************************************
 
      A fairy duel will end if you capture the wild fairy, lose all your 
fairies or defeat all of the opponent’s fairies.  If you capture or 
defeat the opposing fairies, all your fairies that participated in the 
battle will gain experience.  You will gain the same experience for 
capturing or defeating your opponent.

      If all of your fairies are defeated, the game will automatically 
restore your game.  When the game is restored, you (Amy) will appear at 
the entrance to the level, exactly as you were the last time you saved 
or when you entered the level, which ever occurred most recently.

      If you capture a fairy in battle, you will have the option to 
actually follow through with the capture or release the fairy.

      If you release a fairy or defeat a fairy, you will get a reward.  
The reward will be either some fairy coins or a bag.  The bag will 
contain one healing potion, Healing Herbs, or Medicine.  Sometimes 
defeating some Fairy Masters or winning some fixed battles will not give 
you a reward.  Winning these battles may simply open up a blocked path 
or give you some nice experience.

      If you earn enough experience in battle, one or more of your 
fairies my gain a new level.  When a fairy gains a new level, the fairy 
will gain more Life Points and increase his or her chance to get a 
Special attack.  Other fairies will additionally gain more jump energy 
and / or additional movement speed.  The Life Points are the number of 
hit points your fairy gains.  The Special skill refers to the chance of 
making a critical hit.  The numbers for making a successful Special 
attack, along with the Jump energy and movement speed are hidden inside 
the game.  Because of this, these numbers really don’t have much 
meaning, other than knowing your fairy is improving.

      If certain fairies gain a special level, they have the opportunity 
to evolve to another fairy.  When this happens you will get a message 
informing you that a fairy is evolving.  You will have a chance to 
cancel the evolution, if you want to keep your old fairy.  When a fairy 
evolves, it will get a new base hit point, dexterity, jump strength and 
special attack percentage, as well as a new look.  The new fairy will 
also have a different combination of offensive and passive capabilities.  
The newly evolved fairy may not be able to use all of the spells that it 
used before evolution.  For a list of which fairies evolve to what forms 
when, see The Fairies section at the end of this document.

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**** The Fairy Arenas ****
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      There are eleven standard arenas in the game.  The artwork used 
for the arena, the background and the sky are dependent on the type of 
fairy you are attacking.  If you are attacking a Water fairy, you will 
see water textures and if you are attacking a Stone fairy, you will see 
rock and cave textures.  Although the textures are different, the arena 
basic layouts are the same.

      The details on the arenas are somewhat different depending on the 
type of fairy you are fighting.  The placement on the exit and some of 
the floating discs may be different for different fairy types.  The 
placement of these things will always be the same for every fairy you 
attack with the same type.  For example, with “The Spiral” arena, if you 
are attacking an Air Fairy, the exit is on a disc that is located just 
off the highest coil.  When you fight a PSI fairy in “The Spiral”, the 
Air Fairy’s disc is missing and a new disc with the exit is located 
about half way down the spiral.  Some of the tile sets will also replace 
some of the pillars with statues.

      There are a couple of exceptions to this rule.  Some fairy types, 
such as Nature fairies, have multiple texture sets.  Nature fairies have 
both forest and swamp textures.  The arena layout for the forest texture 
is always the same, but might be different than the layout for the swamp 
texture.  Also, sometimes certain fairies will share the same tile-set 
for an arena, such as the Energy and Dark fairies.

      The eleven arenas are grouped into the three sets of three or four 
arenas.  Each of the sets roughly corresponds to a level range of the 
opposing fairy.  The Low Level arena set is used if opposing fairy is 
level 0 through 20, the Mid Level arena set is used for levels 21 
through 40, and the High Level arena set is used for all levels above 
40.  These arena levels correspond to the lowest type of Sphere required 
to catch the opposing fairy.  You need a Silver Sphere to catch a fairy 
in the Low Level arena, a Golden Sphere for a Mid Level arena fairy and 
a Crystal Sphere for the High Level arena fairy.  There are some 
exceptions to this as well.  Sometimes a fairy’s level is close to 
another the cutoff for a higher of lower set, you may end up fighting a 
fairy in an arena for the border set.
      
      Also, some of the fairy types, like stone, PSI, and Chaos, add 
flames and torches to the arena.  This fire isn’t just there for looks.  
If your fairy touches the flame, you will instantly lose your fairy.  
You have to watch for this, because some of the arenas will start you 
pretty close to a flame.  If you aren’t careful, you could fall into the 
flame.

      As far as I know, the arena layouts don’t have any particular 
name.  I’ve given them names to make referring to them easier.  I’ve 
tried to come up with a logical name based on a predominate feature of 
the arena.  I’ve listed all of the places that I’ve found the exits or 
other key features.  I probably haven’t tried every fairy type in every 
arena, so I might have the exact exit location listed for your current 
arena.  This is definitely true of the High Level arenas, since I 
haven’t played in those very often.

**** Low Level Arenas **** 

      The Low Level Arenas all have a relatively simple structure.  They 
consist of one giant square base with large stone structures on top.  
There are no gaps or openings in the Low Level arenas.  Some of these 
arenas do have floating disc platforms one the edges of the map.  Your 
fairy can still fall to its death by going over the edge of the map, so 
you do always have to be aware of where all the time.

      Overall, navigating the Low Level Arena maps is fairly easy.  As 
long as you don’t get too close to the opposing fairy, you can usually 
find cover.

      You will fight in the Low Level Arenas pretty much exclusively 
until you reach Dwarf’s Tower.  After Dwarf’s Tower, you will rarely 
fight in a Low Level Arena, unless of course you go back to some of the 
beginning areas.

      **** The Cross ****

Description:

            I could probably call this arena the plus sign as well, but 
      I like “The Cross” better.  Anyway, this arena consists of a 
      square base with two walls.  Each wall goes from the middle of one 
      side to the middle of the opposite side.  This forms a cross or 
      plus sign in the middle of the arena.  There is a pillar in the 
      center of the cross.  There are openings cut into the sides of the 
      wall that connect the four square areas created by the cross.  
      These openings allow you to move completely around the map will 
      staying on the lowest level.

      On each of the four corners there is a pillar.  There may be 
      some type of flame on top of these pillars.  If your fairy walks 
      through the flame, your fairy will be instantly killed.

Exit (Light) Locations: 

      The Exit is on top of the center.

Tips: 

            I usually just run around on top of the cross.  You can use 
      the pillar in the middle to hide from the opposing fairy.  Running 
      around on the base of the arena works fine too.  I personally find 
      it a little easier to dodge or hide from the opposing fairy’s 
      shots while on the top of the cross.

Extra Notes:

None

      **** The Crosses ****

Description:

            “The Crosses” is a map with three plus signs stacked on top 
      a square base.  The plus signs get narrower and shorter as then 
      progress up off the base.  On top of the highest plus sign is a 
      pillar.  There are four floating platforms just off the map, one 
      off each end of the cross.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The Exit is either on top of the center pedestal or one of 
      the side pedestals.

Tips:

            This arena plays almost identically to “The Cross”.  Again, 
      I usually stay on or close to the top.  This level is a little 
      easier than “The Cross”, because it’s easier to dodge the opposing 
      fairy’s shot.  If you are on the top, you can usually drop down 
      one level and avoid any incoming shot.  I think staying above your 
      opponent is the key to this level. If your opponent is one the 
      ground and you are at the top of the highest cross, your opponent 
      has nowhere to hide, while you simply back up to hide.

Extra Notes:

      None

      **** The Gazebo ****

Description:

            “The Gazebo” has a square base with a slightly smaller 
      square level above the base.  There are walls that come down off 
      the four corners of the higher square, connecting it to the base. 
      This provides a semi-enclosed area below the higher square.  There 
      is a small square opening in the middle of the higher level.  
      Above this is opening is a pyramid roof.  This roof is supported 
      by eight columns, two in each corner.  There is sometimes a flame 
      in the middle of the pyramid roof.  The flame will kill your 
      fairy, it your fairy tries to walk through it.

            There are four floating discs on this map, one just of the 
      middle of each side of the base square.  You usually start above 
      one of these discs and your opponent usually starts above the disc 
      to your right.

            This probably isn’t a good name for this arena, but for some 
      reason, it reminds me of a gazebo.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The exit is usually on one of the two empty discs or on top 
      of the pyramid roof.  (That is, one of the two discs that neither 
      you nor the opposing fairy start over.) 

Tips:

            I usually try to stay on the top level of this map, but I 
      can’t always do that.  I don’t feel like I have as much control 
      when I’m on the bottom level on this map.  It is harder to time 
      your shots, if the other fairy is hiding behind one of the corner 
      walls.  You don’t know if the fairy will still be there when you 
      turn the corner or if they’ve move somewhere else.  

            You can usually get a quick shot off at your opponent before 
      you move off your disc at the beginning of the game.  Doing so, 
      however, sometimes means that you will spend the fight of the game 
      on the lower level.

Extra Notes:

            The pillars, supporting the pyramid roof, are not big enough 
      to block the opposing fairies shot.  Just because you hide behind 
      one of these doesn’t mean you are safe.  If you really need to 
      hide, put the pyramid roof between you and the opposing fairy.

**** Mid Level Arenas **** 

      The Mid Level Arenas all have a more complex structure than the 
Low Level Arenas.  There are some openings on the floor of map.  In some 
of the arenas, you may have to travel over some openings in the ground 
before you can reach your opponent.  Since there are more structures in 
Mid Level Arenas than the Low Level ones, it is easier to hide 
temporarily from the opposing fairy or fairies.  You need to check your 
Jump Energy before attempting to cross some of the openings.  You need 
to make sure you have enough strength to cross the gap before you start, 
otherwise you risk losing your fairy.

      Overall, navigating the Mid Level Arena maps is fairly still 
pretty straightforward, with “The Spiral” being the one exception.

      You will fight in the Mid Level Arenas more often than the two 
other levels combined.  These arenas are fun to fight in, so seeing them 
many times does not get boring.

      **** The Coliseum ****

Description:

            “The Coliseum” arena is a large stone circle, with the big 
      opening in the center.  There are two rings of walls, giving three 
      different circular avenues for your fairy to move.  The ring walls 
      also have breaks at regular intervals, allowing you to traverse 
      the entire map without Jumping.  There are pillars on top of the 
      walls and stone obelisks on each side of each opening in the wall.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The exit to “The Coliseum” is always in the center of the 
      map.  There is a large amount of empty space between the exit and 
      the end of the inner edge of the ring.  Make sure you have enough 
      Jump Energy to reach the exit, if you decide to use it.

Tips:

            I usually jump up a wall at the start of the match.  If I 
      have a slow charging spell, I will hide next to the wall to start 
      charging the spell.  Once I’ve got the spell charged about half 
      way, I’ll fly / jump high above the level until I get a clear shot 
      at the other fairy.  Once I shot, I try to land near the opposing 
      fairy, to finish her or him off.  Sometimes it is hard to hide on 
      this level because there are so many different angles the opposing 
      fairy can use to get to you.

Extra Notes:

            If you shoot a fairy on across the center opening and that 
      fairy is near the inner wall, most of the coins you can get will 
      fall into the center opening.  If you are interested in collecting 
      coins, you might want to change your angle somewhat to have the 
      coins land in a different location.

      **** The Spiral ****

Description:

            “The Spiral” is a very unique arena.  It consists of two 
      spirals joined at the top and the bottom.  The inner spiral takes 
      a gradual drop down to the lowest point.  The outer spiral falls 
      much faster, making it harder to use effectively.  The outer 
      spiral is useable for about the half of the top and bottom levels.  

            The coils of each spiral are rounded instead of the normal 
      square land.  Coins and sometimes you have a tendency to slide off 
      the coil, to the next level or off the map.  The bottom segment of 
      both coils is so round that it is difficult to stand on.

            In the center of the coils is a long mesh cylinder.  While 
      you can somewhat see through this cylinder, you cannot shoot 
      through it.  Also, there are some points where the cylinder is so 
      close to the inner edge of the inner cylinder that your fairy 
      cannot fit between them.  If you want to drop to a lower level and 
      the cylinder is blocking you, you need to move farther up or down 
      the spiral and try again.

            There is usually one or more floating discs just beyond the 
      outer coil.  

Exit (Light) Locations:

      The exit location is located on one of the floating discs.

Tips:

            This is probably my least favorite level out of all of them.  
      It’s difficult to collect any coins because they rarely stay still 
      and they have a tendency to fall off of the map.  If the other 
      fairy starts to run away, it is difficult to line up another shot, 
      because of the mesh cylinder.  If the other fairy gets ahead of 
      you, it’s hard to catch up to get a clear shot.  You can try to 
      cut off the other fairy by falling or rising up to the next level, 
      but some times you don’t have enough room to get through.  I’ve 
      gotten better at this level, but I use to waste a lot of shots 
      because I couldn’t get a clear lie on the other fairy.

            Once the opposing fairy reaches the bottom of the spiral, he 
      or she will normally turn around and start running up the spiral 
      again.  You can usually just wait for them to come back instead of 
      chasing them all the way to the bottom.  The one exception to this 
      is if you’ve got the “Capture the Fairy” message flashing on your 
      screen and the exit is on the lower disc, the other fairy may run 
      to the bottom of the spiral and escape.  You better hope you can 
      catch up if the other fairy is trying to flee.

Extra Notes:
            
            The mesh cylinder in the middle of the map seems to be a 
      coin magnet.  If a coin touches the mesh, the coin gets stuck. If 
      you leave the coin long enough, it will get sucked into the center 
      of the cylinder and fall to the bottom.  Once the coin is inside 
      the cylinder, you won’t be able to collect it.

      **** The Three Platforms ****

Description:

            This arena is built on three different bases.  Two of the 
      bases are mirror images of each other.  They both have a large 
      column in the middle and smaller columns on two their four 
      corners.  The third base holds a large arch. There is also a large 
      column floating in the space between the two identical sections.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The exit is either on top of the arch or on one of the 
      columns.

Tips:

            This is a pretty open arena.  While you can hide behind the 
      arch or the large columns, you can’t stay hidden for very long.  
      Usually most battles end up moving around one of the three 
      sections.

Extra Notes:

      None

      **** The Building Blocks ****

Description:

            I can’t really think of a better name for the arena, but 
      this really doesn’t describe the level well.  This level is made 
      on one large square.  There is a square hole cut out in the middle 
      of the arena.  There’s a disc floating over this hole.  The arena 
      surface is broken up with a bunch of large blocks.  There are two 
      big arches on opposite corners of the map.  There is also one 
      floating disc and one pillar outside of the main square.  There 
      may be another floating disc outside the main level as well, 
      depending on the opposing fairy.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The exit is either on the disc in the center of the map or 
      on one of the disc or pillars that are not connected to the base 
      of the arena.

Tips:

            This level is one of the easiest for you to hide.  It’s also 
      one of the easiest to lose track of where the other fairy is 
      located.  If you are trying to hide and you lose track of the 
      other fairy, it’s probably going to be sneaking up behind you.  
      Overall, this is a pretty basic level where all of your tactics 
      should work.

Extra Notes:

      None

**** High Level Arenas **** 

      Most of the High Level Arenas have a relatively complex structure.  
They usually consist of a series of small platforms scattered over the 
map.  There are usually more gaps than solid land of these maps, with 
one exception.

      Overall, navigating the High Level Arena maps is fairly 
challenging.  If you get hit in mid flight with a frozen (you can’t move 
except up or down) or an Eliminate Jump Energy spell, you could be in 
trouble.

      You will rarely fight in the High Level Arenas.  You will face a 
few set battles in these arenas.  Also a number of the battles in the 
final map piece happen in these arenas.

      **** The Castle Turrets ****

Description:

            This level has three medieval castle turrets on separate 
      pieces of land.  The castle turrets are hollow in the middle with 
      opening on the bottom.  The bottom openings face the other 
      structures on the map.  In between the three islands with the 
      turrets are a series of platforms and other small floating 
      structures.  There’s a large structure in the middle of the map 
      that has several different platforms around a columnar base.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The exit is located on one of the floating discs in the 
      middle of the map or on the lowest level of the structure in the 
      center of the map

Tips:

            Be very careful flying around in this level.  If you run out 
      of Jump Energy, you could be in big trouble. Most of the fights I 
      have in this arena end up with me and the other fairy circling 
      around the base of one the turrets.  Hopefully, by the time you 
      are fighting in this level, you have a fairy with a lot of Jump 
      Energy.

            This level is fairly open, so it can be challenging at times 
      to hide.  At other times, the turrets are so big that it can be 
      hard to find the other fairy before your current spell overloads.  
      Unless you are fighting with a bad combination of fairies, this 
      can be a fun level.

Extra Notes:

            Falling into the top of a turret can be a good way to get of 
      the immediate danger.  However, once you are at the bottom of the 
      turret, you are somewhat cornered.  I would try to get away from 
      the inside of the turret as quickly as possible.

      **** The Roofed Platforms ****

Description:

            This level has no large chunk of solid land.  Instead this 
      level has a bunch of floating platforms.  A number of these 
      platforms have a large cylinder in the middle supporting a cone 
      shaped “roof”.  The other platforms are discs with a small column 
      in the middle.  The platforms are scattered about in varying 
      intervals and heights.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            The exit is located on one of the floating discs or onto of 
      one of the columns.

Tips:

            Fights on this level will usually bounce from one platform 
      to the other.  Fighting around the cone shaped roof works pretty 
      well.  Since there is so much open space, make sure you carefully 
      watch your Jump Energy.  Running out of Jump Energy when you are 
      not on one of the platforms is usually fatal.

Extra Notes:

      None

      **** The Spindle ****

Description:

            There is a giant spindle like structure in the center of 
      this arena.  (A spindle is a tapering rod or stick.)  There are 
      several circular platforms centered on the spindle.  Around the 
      main structure, there are a series of discs with a short pillar in 
      the middle.  These pillared discs spiral around the spindle 
      structure.

Exit (Light) Locations:

            So far, I’ve only found the exit on top of the lowest 
      pillared disc.

Tips:

            Fights on this arena feel pretty similar to those on “The 
      Roofed Platform” arena.  So much so, that I didn’t realize that 
      these were two separate arenas for quite some time.  While the 
      fights in “The Roofed Platforms” involve hopping from one platform 
      to another, most fights on this level involving flying up and down 
      the spindle.  Running out of Jump Energy in this arena in not 
      quite as critical as it is in “The Roofed Platforms”.

Extra Notes:

      None

      **** The Dome ****

Description:

            To me, “The Dome” is a pretty easy arena for being in the 
      High Level Arena ground.  There are no gaps on this level and no 
      real complex structures.  

            The level consists of a large dome on top of a solid square 
      base.  There are four holes near the top of the dome.  There are 
      also entrances on for sides of the dome, at the base.  Inside the 
      dome, right in the middle, below the opening in the top, is a 
      block structure.  The shape of the structure changes depending on 
      the tile set being used.
 
Exit (Light) Locations:

            I’ve always found the exit to be on the block right on top 
      of the dome.

Tips:

            This level is fairly easy.  There really aren’t that many 
      places to hide; though by the time I started fighting these 
      fights, I really didn’t need any hiding places.  Most fights 
      involve the fairies running along the outside of the dome.  It 
      gets really tight inside the dome, so I would avoid going in 
      there, if possible.

            I say I didn’t need hiding places when I got to this level 
      because I already had a balanced deck.  I was always bringing out 
      strong fairies against weak opponents, so I would never take much 
      damage.  Most of my fairies were strong enough that they could 
      take a few hits without being at risk.

Extra Notes:

      None

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***************************** WALKTHROUGH ******************************
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      There are two extremes you can take to play this game.  You can go 
through the game trying to get a complete fairy collection or you can 
try to get the best possible set of fairies.  These approaches are 
somewhat the opposite of each other.  

      If you are trying to get complete your fairy collection, you need 
to spend your time evolving fairies to their highest form.  For most 
fairies, you can easily catch the lower and middle evolutionary forms, 
but you can not catch the highest form.  To get the highest form, you 
have to advance the lower fairy form up in levels until it evolves.  
Since there are many fairies you need to do this with, usually as soon 
as you evolve your fairy to the highest level, you would trade that 
fairy for another fairy.  This always leaves you will a fairy deck that 
is not the strongest deck you can make.

      The other approach is to build up the strongest deck possible.  
With this approach, you would take your strongest fairy and keep 
improving it.  You may not evolve your fairies to higher forms, because 
the higher forms are not always stronger than the lower forms.  You 
would still need to swap out your fairies when you get a better fairy 
type, but you would not be trading fairies very often.

      Probably the best approach is somewhere between these two 
extremes.  For the most part, in this walkthrough, I was only interested 
in getting a complete fairy collection.  I would regular retire my 
strongest fairies for a fairy that I needed to evolve.  This did make my 
game harder, but it allowed me to pretty complete my fairy collection 
before I finished the game.

      Some other notes about the walkthrough: I noticed after I started 
making this walkthrough that some of the various Fairy Masters’ fairies 
are randomly selected.  So after a certain point in the walkthrough, I 
stop telling what fairies a particular Fairy Master owns.  

      Also, I got tired of writing down every single Fairy Coin’s 
location in the game.  I still give the location of the item bags, but 
I’ve stopped reporting the Fairy Coin locations.  Most of the time, it’s 
pretty easy to find the coins.

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****************************** PROLOGUE ********************************
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      The game starts with Amy in her house in London.  A strange 
Goblin, Rafi, appears holding a chest.  He runs up to the attic, leaves 
the box and disappears.  Amy hears Rafi and decides to investigate.  
Instead of going up to the attic where the noise stopped, she decides to 
go downstairs when the noise started.  Hopefully Amy will act a little 
more intelligently when you are controlling her.

      There’s nothing to really do in London.  You can look out the 
window and enjoy the view of London.  You can look in Amy’s room if you 
want.  Notice she’s got a computer and a TV in her room but her mom 
doesn’t have anything but a dresser and a bed.  Once you get bored 
looking around the house, go up to the attic.  Amy will notice a chest 
on a bookshelf. (This has got to be the cleanest attic I’ve ever seen.)  
Open the chest and you will get the “Rune of the Fairy Garden”. Click on 
the rune and you will be magically transported to Zanzarah.  (You can 
press the F2 key at any time to get to the rune menu.)

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********************** PART 1 – FINDING A FAIRY ************************
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      You start your journey in Rafi’s cave, inside the Fairy Gardens.

*********************
**** Rafi’s Cave ****
*********************

      Items Available:
            Medium Healing Potion – on a rock outside of the cave
            
      Wild Fairies:
            In the big tree: Blumella and Worgot
            In the pond: Tadana

      Exits:

            Exit to Endeva, Village of the Fairies
            Exit to FG-7, blocked by a boulder

      Characters: 
            Rafi, the Goblin - Rafi will always tell you about your next 
            quest.

      Notes: 
            There’s a flying book you can read that briefly describes 
            the plot up to the current point.
  
      Note 2: 
            I only get wild fairies in this level if I first summon a 
            Water fairy with the Ocean Conch, which you don’t have yet.

      As you exit the cave, Rafi will talk to you.  He will ask you a 
question.  The correct answer probably should be “Yes”, but it is 
irrelevant what you pick. He will give you the Fairy Bag.  This will 
give you access to your inventory when you press F5.

      If you talk to him again, he will tell you to get a fairy.  He 
says you can find one in Endeva.  That’s where we’re going next.  Grab 
all of the items and read the book before you go.  (There’s only one 
exit you can take right now.)

******************************************************
**** Endeva, Village in the Garden of the Fairies ****
******************************************************

      Items Available:
            Small Healing Potion – behind Rufus’s house, near the stream
            Silver Sphere – behind the Tavern, on the stream side
                  
      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to Rafi’s Cave
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-1, blocked by Lucius, Guardian of 
                  the Pixies
            Exit towards the Enchanted Forest, FG-6, guarded by Seamus 

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you about the Fairy Trainer
            Elf – Fairy Trainer of 1 level 0 Sillia
            Lucius, the Guardian of the Pixies (temporary)
            Seamus (temporary)

      Notes:
            Rufus’s house – initially locked
            Herb Shop 
            Tavern

      Talk to all of the characters and collect all of the items.  Talk 
to the owl twice.  The Fairy Trainer will tell you to talk to Rufus to 
get a fairy.  Seamus will tell you to get a Pixie Collecting Bag.  A 
random elf will tell you he lost a Silver Sphere in the village.  If you 
talk to him again, he will tell you to capture the pixies.  When you 
talk to Lucius, he will tell you to see Rufus in the tavern to get a 
fairy.  Facing away from Lucius, go into the house on your left.  This 
is the Herb Shop.

**** Herb Shop ****

      Items Available:
            Mana Potion – on the floor of the shop
            Small Healing Potion – on the floor of the shop

      Characters:
            Shopkeeper – won’t sell you anything until you capture the 
                  Pixie

      Notes:
            The first pixie is running around in the shop.

      We can’t do much in the shop right now, since the shop is closed.  
We couldn’t buy anything anyway because we don’t have any money (Fairy 
Coins).  Just steal all of the items and leave.  Remember what the 
Pixie’s laugh sounded like.  All Pixies’ laugh the same way.  Whenever 
you hear this laugh, you will know a Pixie is nearby.

      Exit the Herb Shop and enter the tavern.  The tavern is to the 
left of the Herb Shop, straight across from Lucius.

**** Tavern ****

      Items Available:
            2 Healing Herbs – in the casket / chest on the end of the 
                  bar

      Characters:
            Rufus, the Fairy Master
            Female Elf – gives you some basic information
            Elves playing poker

      Notes:
            If you annoy the elves playing poker, sometimes they will 
            give a Fairy Coin to go away.

      Talk to Rufus, answer “Yes” and he will give you a key to his 
house, “Rufus’ House Key”.  Exit the Tavern and go to Rufus’ house.  His 
house is the one with the big lock on the door.  When you approach the 
house, the door will automatically unlock.  Enter Rufus’ house.

**** Rufus’ House ****

      Items Available:
            Rune of Return – that’s the stone with the blue lights 
                  bubbling off of it
            2 Medium Healing Potions – in the chest / casket on the back 
                  windowsill.

      Fairies Available:
            Sillia, a Nature Fairy
            Tadana, a Water Fairy
            Grem, a Stone Fairy

      Notes:
                  There are three fairies in this room.  You must chose 
            one of the three to be your starting fairy.

      Ah, decisions decisions.  You can click on each of the three 
fairies to get a quick description of the fairy.  If you select “No” you 
won’t pick the fairy.  You can check as many times as you want before 
you press “Yes”.

      Deliberate all you want, but your choice really doesn’t matter. 
The first three fairies you will catch will be a Nature, Water, and 
Stone fairy.  You will definitely get a Tadana as your first Water 
fairy, but you won’t catch a Sillia or a Grem as your first Nature 
Fairy.  

      Sillia is the easiest fairy to start with, but Sillias are one of 
the easiest fairies to catch later in the game.  Sillias are fast with 
pretty a quick firing spell, though not quite as fast as Tadana’s spell.  
Sillias have more hit points than the Tadana.  

      The Tadana Water fairy is also an easy fairy to start out with.  
The Tadana has the fast firing spell and has a slightly better chance to 
get Critical Hits than the Sillia. For the most part, the difference 
between the Tadana and the Sillia are negligible at the beginning.  Even 
though the starting message says you may have some tough fights with a 
Water fairy, you should be able to catch another fairy longer before you 
could have troubles with the Water fairy.

      Grems are slower and have much slower firing spells.  The Grems’ 
spells do a lot more damage when they first charge up, though.  The Grem 
is probably the hardest fairy to start with.  If you don’t hide from the 
other fairy while your spell charges up, your Grem will be hit by 
several spells before it has a chance to shot one spell.  

      When I first played the game, I chose a Grem.  For this 
walkthrough, I picked a Tadana.  I picked the Tadana because I thought 
it was harder to find Water fairies than any other fairy type in the 
game.  Playing the game this time through, I didn’t have any troubles 
catching Water fairies.  I’ve only found one wild Grem in all of the 
games I’ve played.  If you want to complete your fairy collection with 
the least amount of difficulty, I would pick the Grem and never evolve 
it.

      Basically, any choice you make will be fine.  For your first game, 
I’d recommend you pick either the Sillia, but with patience, you will do 
fine with any of the fairies.

      Pick your fairy and leave Rufus’ house.  Go to the Fairy Trainer 
Elf and fight a few battles.  When you get your fairy to about level 10 
or 11 and you feel comfortable with the controls in the fairy battles, 
talk to Lucius.  You won’t get too much experience fighting the 
trainer’s fairy, so don’t hang around too long.  If you fight too many 
battles, you won’t have enough mana to fight against the wild fairies 
you are about to find.  

      Lucius tell you to meet him on the other end of the Fairy Garden.  
He will briefly tell you how to fight with fairies, if you want to know.  
He will also give you the “Map of the Fairy Gardens”.  You can look at 
the map by pressing the F4 key.  Then he will leave the entrance.  Time 
to start exploring!

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************** PART 2 – GETTING OUT OF THE FAIRY GARDENS ***************
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      To get out of the Fairy Gardens, you have to get the Pixie 
Collection Bag from Lucius, the Guardian of the Pixies.  To get the bag, 
you have to travel across the Fairy Gardens.

      At the start of this section, I had 1 fairy, a level 10 Water 
fairy (Tadana).

*****************************************
**** FG-1, the Garden of the Fairies ****
*****************************************

      Items Available:
            Four Fairy Coins – on a rock
            Fairy Coins x 4 – in a bag behind a tree
            Fairy Coins x 5 – in a bag behind a tree
            Fairy Coins x 8 – in a bag behind a tree

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Worgot and Blumella
            Stone fairy - Vesbat            
      
      Exits:
            Exit to Endeva, Village in the Fairy Garden
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-2, blocked by Elf Fairy Master 
                  (temporary)

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you fairies come out of prominent objects on the 
                  map.  He also tells you that you can avoid wild fairy 
                  fights, which isn’t always true.
            Elf – a Fairy Master – has a level 0 Worgot and a level 2 
                  Sillia.

      Notes: 
            There are two pixies running around this map.

      Try to capture your first wild fairy on this level.  If picked a 
Stone Fairy, try to capture a Nature fairy.  If you pick Nature Fairy, 
try to capture a Stone Fairy.  If you picked a Water Fairy, pick 
whichever fairy type you want.  Don’t waste your Sphere getting a 
Blumella though, since Blumellas will never evolve to another fairy 
type.  If you are going to capture a Nature Fairy, capture a Worgot.  
The Worgot is a better Nature fairy than the Blumella anyway.

      Every time you fight one wild fairy, all of the other wild fairy 
locations reset.  You won’t always get a wild fairy at each spawn point.  
Sometimes the fairies are sleeping.  Later in the game you can find an 
item that will wake sleeping fairies.  You can continually run around 
the level, spawning fights to you get the fairy you want.  Make sure you 
train your captured fairy up a few levels, since it will probably be 
level 0 when you capture it.  (Use the Fairy Trainer in Endeva, if you 
need help training your fairy.  I trained my fairy up to level 8 before 
I continued.)

      To leave this level, you have fight against your first Fairy 
Master.  When you beat him, he will give you two mana potions.  He will 
leave opening the way to more of the Fairy Gardens.  Go to the next 
area.

*****************************************
**** FG-2, the Garden of the Fairies ****
*****************************************

      Items Available:
            Fairy Coins x 7 – in a bag near the waterfall
            Medium Healing Potion – near the owl
            Small Healing Potion – on top of a stone
            Silver Sphere – under a tree, guarded by a level 9 or 10 
                  Nature Fairy.

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Worgot and Blumella
            Stone fairy – Vesbat
            Water fairies (summoned with Ocean Conch) - Cera            

      Exits:
            Exit to Fairy Garden – FG-1
            Exit to Fairy Garden – FG-3

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you about the Fairy Spheres.
            Female Elf – tells you about the fairy guarding the Silver 
                  Sphere.  Once you defeat the fairy, she will trade you 
                  a Tadana for a Silver Sphere.

      Talk to the elf and she will tell you about the fairy guarding the 
Silver Sphere.  Save your game and prepare to fight your first 
challenging battle.  You are going to be attacked by a level 9 – 11 
Symgot or Lana Nature Fairy.  The battle is challenging because, most 
likely, your fairies aren’t very strong right now.  This Nature fairy 
will also probably have some protection spell that makes your attacks 
less effective.  Do your best and if you lose, gain a few more levels 
and try again.  Remember to save before you fight this battle, so you 
won’t lose any experience you’ve gained.

      Once you’ve defeated the fairy, you can get your second Silver 
Sphere.  Use this Sphere to get the fairy type you don’t have.  If you 
don’t have a Water fairy, trade your Sphere with the elf to get a Tadana 
Water fairy.  Train this new fairy up to level 8 before continuing.  You 
should have a Nature, Water, and Stone Fairy before you exit to the 
Cottage, two levels from here.

*****************************************
**** FG-3, the Garden of the Fairies ****
*****************************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Worgot and Blumella
            Stone fairy - Vesbat            
            Water fairies (summoned with Ocean Conch) – Goop, Tadana

      Exits:
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-2
            Exit to Cottage

      Characters: 
            Lucius, the Guardian of the Pixies (temporary) – Lucius will 
                  give you a Pixie Collection Bag when you talk to him.

      Notes: 
            There are two pixies running around this map.

      If you haven’t gotten your third fairy yet, you should be able to 
get it here.  Talk to Lucius to get the Pixie Bag.  Capture the two 
pixies then follow Lucius to the Cottage.  You usually have to corner a 
pixie to capture it.  As soon as you get close enough to a pixie, Amy 
will automatically grab it.  You will get a brief flash of have some 
number of pixies out of thirty every time you catch a pixie.  There are 
thirty pixies total to catch in the game.

*********************
**** The Cottage ****
*********************

      Items Available:
            Small Healing Potion – to the left of the level’s entrance
            Medium Healing Potion – to the left of the level’s entrance
            Small Healing Potion – to the left of the level’s entrance
            4 Fairy Coins – behind the cottage

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-3
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-4

      Characters: 
            The scarecrow – defeat the three Chaos fairies for him and 
                  he will recharge all your fairies’ mana for free.

      Notes: 
            This level is the destination of the Cottage rune.  Lucius’s 
                  cottage is here.

      Collect all of the items on the level, but don’t talk to the 
scarecrow yet.  Enter the cottage.

**** The Cottage ****

      Items Available:
            Silver Sphere – in the chest / casket on the stool

      Exits:
            Exit to the Cottage
            Exit to the Pixie Collectors cellar (locked)

      Characters:
            Lucius – gives you rewards for every five pixies you catch
            Magic Merchant – creates offensive and defensive spells for 
                  Nature, Water, and Stone fairies.


      Get the Silver Sphere and talk to Lucius if you want.  He won’t 
tell you anything useful.  We’re here to buy spells.  Use the Magic 
Merchant to buy spells for your fairies.  Make sure you get at least the 
Nature passive spell of “Birch Skin” from the Magic Merchant.  “Falling 
Tree” is also a very useful Nature spell to get.

      Give your Nature fairy “Birch Skin” and the most damaging Nature 
spell you can equip, either “Falling Tree” or “Razor Blade”.  Give your 
other two fairies better spells as well.  Set your Nature fairy as the 
first, active fairy, then exit the Cottage.

      Talk to the scarecrow and answer “Yes”.  (This text is poorly 
translated.  Answering yes means you want to help the scarecrow, even 
though that’s really not what the text says.)  Be prepared to fight your 
first set battle.

      Set Battles feature fighting against multiple fairies at the same 
time.  With this battle, you will fight 3 Chaos fairies.  If you check 
your Strengths and Weaknesses chart, you will see that Nature fairies do 
well against Chaos fairies.  As long as you get rid of the Chaos fairies 
quickly, you shouldn’t have too much trouble with this fight.  Try to 
position yourself so you can only see one fairy at a time.  Getting hit 
by all three fairies will quickly weaken your own fairy.

      When you defeat the Chaos fairies, talk to the scarecrow again and 
ask him to replenish your mana.  This will completely recharge all of 
the fairies’ mana in your fairy deck.  You can get the scarecrow to do 
this as many times as you want throughout the game.  When you are done, 
take the exit to FG-4.

*****************************************
**** FG-4, the Garden of the Fairies ****
*****************************************

      Items Available:
            Silver Sphere – on a rock to the right of the entrance
            Cottage Rune – to the right of the Silver Sphere
            4 Fairy Coins – near the opening in the rock.

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Worgot and Blumella
            Stone fairy - Vesbat            

      Exits:
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-5
            Exit to Cottage

      Characters: 
            Dwarf (blocked by Prickly Bush)
            Magic Merchant (blocked by Prickly Bush)

      Notes: 
            There are two pixies running around this map.  There is an 
      area on this map that is blocked by a Prickly Bush.

      Collect the items.  The pixies on this map are rather challenging 
to get.  They are both near the far exit to this level.  You usually can 
catch one easily and the other will run under the opening in the rock.  
You can’t follow the pixie here.  If you walk away from the opening and 
the exit with your back to the exit and then stop, the pixie will 
usually run towards you, then towards the exit.  It may take you a while 
to maneuver yourself into the correct position, but you can do it.  You 
can then corner the pixie and capture it.

*****************************************
**** FG-5, the Garden of the Fairies ****
*****************************************

      Items Available:
            Medium Healing Potion – on the ground next to the stone ramp
            8 Fairy Coins – going up the stone ramp.
            3 Fairy Coins – above an Air Eddy (need Air Fairy and Fairy 
                  Card of Air to get coins)
            Healing Herbs – under the large Boulder (need the Fairy Card 
                  of Stone to remove this boulder)

      Wild Fairies:
            none

      Exits:
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-4
            Exit to MW-8, blocked by a Large Boulder
            Exit to the Mountain World, MW-1, blocked by a Prickly Bush

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you about the various obstacles in Zanzarah
            
            Notes: 
                  If you approach the stone to the left of the entrance, a 
            fairy will pop out and point out the sparkling lights behind the 
            plant.  Step into the lights, and 11 Fairy Coins will appear.

      Once you grab all of the stuff in FG-5, go back and collect the 
other Pixies you passed before you got the Pixie Bag.  You should have 
caught 7 Pixies when you are done.  If you’ve been following this 
walkthrough exactly, then you are missing two Pixies in FG-1 and 1 in 
the Herb Shop of Endeva.  When you capture the Pixie in the Herb Shop, 
buy enough Medium Healing potions so you have at least 12 and enough 
Herbs so you have 8.  You probably should have a minimum of 12 Mana 
Potions and 1 or 2 Big Healing Potions.  You should have more than 
enough Fairy Coins to purchase this by now.  
      
      When you enter Endeva, you will see Rufus standing around.  When 
you talk to him, he will challenge you to a fairy battle.  He has 2 
Nature fairies (Sillia, level 3 and Worgot, level 3), and Water fairy 
(Aquana, level 4).  His fairies should be a lower level than yours are, 
so you should be able to win fairly easily.  None of his fairies have 
passive spells and only the Water fairy has an extra offensive spell.

      Once you beat Rufus, use the Cottage Rune.  Talk to the scarecrow 
to replenish your fairies’ mana.  Enter the Cottage and talk to Lucius 
to get your reward for capturing your first 5 Pixies, 30 Fairy Coins. 

      After you get the reward, use the Rune of the Fairy Garden and 
talk to Rafi.  He will give you a new mission.  He will tell you to go 
to the Fairy City of Tiralin, then the Goblins’ village of Dunmore 

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************************* PART 3 – TO TIRALIN **************************
************************************************************************

      At the start of this section, I had 3 fairies, a level 15 Water 
fairy (Tadana), a level 10 Stone Fairy (Vesbat), and a level 15 Nature 
fairy (Worgot).

      Go to Endeva and talk to Seamus.  He is guarding the only exit you 
haven’t used yet.  When you talk to him, he gets upset and says he will 
met you later.  Ooh, foreshadowing...  Go through the exit to the next 
area, FG-6

*****************************************
**** FG-6, the Garden of the Fairies ****
*****************************************

      Items Available:
            Small Healing Potion – near the sparkling lights
            2 Fairy Coins – to the left of the entrance

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairy - Worgot

      Exits:
            Exit to Endeva, village in the Fairy Garden
            Exit to EF-1, leads to Tiralin 
            Exit to EF-3, leads to the Forest in the woods

      Characters: 
            None
            

      Notes: 
            There are some sparkling lights straight ahead.  If you 
      enter the light, you will get 5 Fairy Coins plus a Small Healing 
      Potion, Medium Healing Potion, Big Healing Potion and a Mana Potion.  
      Take the exit to the left, towards Tiralin.  The area to the right 
      doesn’t lead to any place important yet.  The fairies in this area 
      are generally too tough for your fairies right now.

************************************
**** EF-1, the Enchanted Forest ****
************************************

      Items Available:
            Fairy Coins – to the left of the entrance

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Worgot, Lana, Blumella, Corgot
            Stone Fairies - Vesbat

      Exits:
            Exit to FG-6, the Fairy Gardens
            Exit to Tiralin West

      Characters: 
            Elf – tells you about the Nature fairy’s poison spell.  He 
                  tells you that Medicine will cure poison.  He gives 
                  you one medicine vial.

      Notes: 
            There is a Pixie behind the large rock to the right of the 
      entrance.  There are two sparkling lights to the right of the 
      entrance to Tiralin.  These lights will generate a Silver Sphere plus 
      the rocks to reach the Sphere.
      
      Approach the gates to Tiralin.  When you get near the gates, 
Lasse, the Dwarf, will tell you he is searching for his father, Dwarf 
Master Quinlin.  He gives you a Book of Fairies, which lets you see 
information about all your captured fairies.  Press F3 to view the Book 
of Fairies.  Enter Tiralin West.

**********************
**** Tiralin West ****
**********************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to EF-1, the Enchanted Forest
            Exit to Tiralin East
            Exit to EF-5, towards the Ruins in the Forest (locked)
            Exit to Town Hall

      Characters: 
            Swamp Goblin – on the fountain – he doesn’t say anything to 
                  you.
            Female Elf – tells you about Swamp Goblins and obstacles.  
                  She mentions that you can’t get to Dunmore, the Swamp Goblins 
                        village anymore by foot.
            Dwarf – offers to sell you three crystals for 5, 7, and 10 
                  Fairy Coins.  After you buy all three, he will give you some 
            information about the Dwarves.
                        

      Notes: 
            The archway to the right leads to Tiralin East.  The area 
      through the archway to the left is still part of Tiralin West.

      Talk to all three of the characters near the fountains.  Go 
towards the archway to the left.  When you do, Seamus will appear and 
challenge you to a Fairy Battle.  (He finally got some fairies.)  He’s 
got four Stone fairies.  Unfortunately for him, only one of the Stone 
Fairies has a passive spell.  All of the offensive spells on the fairies 
are the slow charging “Small Stone” spell.  If you’ve got a half way 
decent Water and Nature fairy, you should have no troubles taking these 
fairies.

      Continue through the archway to the Dwarf at the far door.  Talk 
to him.  His name is Eirik and he will challenge you to another fairy 
battle.  Make sure your fairies are healed from your last battle before 
accepting.  Eirik specializes in Water fairies.  He has three Water 
fairies, two Tadanas and one Aquana.  The Aquana is pretty tough, but 
the other two fairies are easy.  If you defeat him, Eirik will tell you 
about some perfect fairy combination.  Turn around and enter the 
building behind you.

**** The Shop ****

      Items Available:
            Catacomb Key – in the chest / casket at the top of the 
                  stairs to the cellar.

      Characters:
            Elf – get rid of the Pixie in the cellar and this elf will 
                  sell you some unique items.

      Notes: 
            There’s a Pixie in the cellar of this building.

      Talk to the elf.  The elf will tell you that there is a Pixie in 
his basement.  Catch the Pixie then talk with the elf again.  Talk to 
the Elf a second time and you can buy some items from him.  You really 
don’t need any of these items right now, with the exception of some Mana 
Potions, maybe.  Don’t spend too much money here, because we’ve got more 
important things to spend it on soon.

      Leave the shop, go back under the archway, and enter Town Hall.  
It’s the large building on your left, when you walk through the archway.

*******************
**** Town Hall ****
*******************

      Items Available:
            Map of the Enchanted Forest – in a chest at the top of the 
                  stairs.
            2 Small Healing Potion – on railing on the second floor
            Medium Healing Potion – on railing on the second floor
            Big Healing Potion – on railing on the second floor
            Small Healing Potion – near statue behind the female elf
            Garlic Atomizer – near statue behind the female elf.
            
      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to Tiralin West

      Characters: 
            Male Elf – Mayor – He doesn’t tell you anything useful.
            Female Elf – tells you about how bad humans are.
                        
      Notes: 
            The Book on the top level with tells you about the Fairy Card 
      of Nature.  It’s located in the swamp, near Dunmore.  When you find 
      this card, you will be able to get by Prickly Bushes.

      Gather all of the stuff and leave Town Hall.  Take the only 
archway you haven’t gone through to get to Tiralin East.

**********************
**** Tiralin East ****
**********************

      Items Available:
            Mana Potion – near the Catacombs
            Mana Potion – near gates to EF-2
            Golden Sphere – in an alley, behind some boxes, near the 
                  gates to EF-2

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to EF-2, the Enchanted Forest
            Exit to Tiralin West
            Exit to the Catacombs (locked) need Catacomb Key to enter

      Characters: 
            Male Swamp Goblin – talks to you when you enter Tiralin 
                  East.  He asks you to save his town of Dunmore.  He 
                  tells you that there is a rune that will take you to 
                  Dunmore.
            Female Swamp Goblin – doesn’t tell you anything useful.
            Elf – He is initially prejudiced against human and dwarves.  
                  Later, he becomes ambivalent to humans.

      Notes: 
            Tiralin East has a Tavern, a Magic Shop, and a Dwarf 
      Exchange Booth.  Tiralin East is the destination of the Rune of Tiralin.  
      Tiralin East is also the location of most of the shops in Tiralin.

**** Tavern ****

      Items Available:
            Healing Herbs – under the staircase
            Small Healing Potion – at the end of the second floor 
      landing

      Characters:
            Female Elf behind bar – She tells you gossip about Zanzarah 
                  for money.  Her gossip tells you about the four shops in 
                  Tiralin.  She will also trade Silver Spheres for items.  
                  Her items are typically a waste of good Silver Spheres just 
                  like her gossip is a waste of coins.
            Male Elf near bar – challenges you to a checker like game 
                  for 10 Fairy Coins.  If you win, he will give you 15 Fairy 
                  Coins.  I don’t have a method for winning this game 
                  consistently.  Try your luck if you want, but don’t waste too 
                  much money.
            Male Elf on second floor – offers to trade you a Fygaery for 
                  a JumRock.  This is the only way you can get a Fygaery Nature.

      Collect the loot and leave.  There’s not much you can do here 
right now.

**** Magic Shop ****

      Items Available:
            Medicine – in a chest / casket on the second floor

      Characters:
            Female Elf behind desk – She will sell you the Swamp Rune 
                  (to Dunmore) for 5 crystals.  She also sells Fairy Healing 
                  items.  Once you purchase the Swamp Rune, she will offer to 
                  trade you a Segbuzz for a Suane. This is the only way you 
                  can get a Segbuzz.
            Male Elf near desk – He sells you Silver, Golden, and 
                  Crystal Spheres.
            Spell Merchant – sells you Nature, Water, and Stone spells

      I’d buy a few Golden Spheres and Silver Spheres after you get your 
5 crystals from the Dwarf Exchange Booth.

**** Dwarf Exchange Booth ****

      Items Available:
            Small Healing Potion – in chest / casket

      Characters:
            Dwarf – sells 1 crystal to you for 10 Fairy Coins or buys 1 
                  crystal from you for 5 Fairy Coins.

      You need a total of 5 Crystals to buy the Swamp Rune.  If you 
bought 3 Crystals from the Dwarf at the entrance, you need to buy 2 more 
here.

      Get your 5 crystals and buy the Swamp Rune from the Elf in the 
Magic Shop.  Blow the rest of your money on Silver and Golden Spheres.  
When you are done, enter the Catacombs, which are near the archway to 
Tiralin West.

*******************
**** Catacombs ****
*******************

      Items Available:
            3 Fairy Coins – on the floor near the entrance
            Healing Herbs – on in a chest / casket near the Chaos fairy 
                  spawning point
            Healing Herbs – in a chest / casket near the Catacomb Guard
            2 Fairy Coins – on the floor near the Catacomb Guard
            Evolutionary Magic of Fire – in chest / casket near the 
                  Catacomb Guard
            Small Healing Potion – near owl and Magic Merchant
            2 Healing Herbs – near owl and Magic Merchant
            Big Healing Potion – near owl and Magic Merchant

      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos Fairies – Skelbo or Rasrow

      Exits:
            Exit to Tiralin East
            Exit to Lower Catabombs (locked) need Heavy Iron Key

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you that you need the Heavy Iron Key to go lower 
                  in the Catacombs
            Magic Merchant – sells you the first three Ice and Chaos 
                  spells.

      Notes: 
            A wild Chaos fairy will probably attack you on your way to 
      the Catacomb Guard.  Try to capture this fairy to get your fourth 
      fairy type.

      At the bottom of the Catacombs, on the left side, the Catacomb 
Guard, a level 34 Dark Fairy, (Manox), will attack you.  Your Water 
fairy is strong against Dark fairies.  The Dark fairy will cream your 
Nature and Stone fairies.  Give your Water fairy the Shapeless Power 
passive spell for a little extra protection.

      Work your way down the Catacombs until you get the Evolutionary 
Magic of Fire.  Now you’ve got a choice, you can either go to Dunmore or 
take a little side trip that will make your life much easier.  Follow my 
recommendation and exit the far side of Tiralin into EF-2, the Enchanted 
Forest heading to Dunmore.

************************************
**** EF-2, the Enchanted Forest ****
************************************

      Items Available:
            7 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the right of the exit from 
                  Tiralin
            Medium Healing Potion – to the right of the exit to Dunmore
            Small Healing Potion – to the left of the exit to Dunmore
            7 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the left of the exit to Dunmore

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Pfoe, Lana, Viteria, Tinefol, and Corgot
            Stone Fairies – Vesbat and JumRock

      Exits:
            Exit to DC-1, the Mountain Word, blocked by Air Eddies
            Exit to MS-1, towards Dunmore, block in MS-1 by a Prickly 
                  Bush
            Exit to Tiralin East

      Characters: 
            None

      Our goal here is simple, capture a Tinefol.  No other Nature fairy 
is important.  Keep running around until you capture a Tinefol.  (Make 
sure you don’t use your Chaos fairy against a Nature fairy.)

      Why am I making such a big deal about the Nature fairy Tinefol? 
You can evolve a Nature Tinefol fairy into a Fire Tinezard fairy with 
the Evolutionary Magic of Fire, which we just we found in the Catacombs.  
Fire Fairies are strong against Nature fairies.  Most of the fairies we 
are fighting right now are Nature fairies.  Getting a Tinezard will make 
many of our future fights much easier.

      Once you get the Tinezard, go back to Tiralin and buy more 
Spheres, if you’ve gotten enough money.  Then go to the cottage to get 
your fairies’ mana recharged.  Talk to Rafi at the Fairy Gardens and he 
will tell you to get the Fairy Card of Nature.  That’s what we are going 
to do, so it’s off to Dunmore.

************************************************************************
************** PART 4 – GETTING THE FAIRY CARD OF NATURE ***************
************************************************************************

      To get the Fairy Card of Nature, we have to navigate through the 
Misty Swamp to find the protected card.  Activate the Rune of Dunmore to 
get to the Misty Swamp

      At the start of this section, I had 8 fairies.  My 5 active 
fairies were a level 8 Tinezard, a level 19 Water fairy (Tadana), a 
level 13 Stone Fairy (Vesbat), and a level 20 Nature fairy (Worgot).  I 
used some extra Silver Spheres to capture 3 other Nature fairies.  I did 
this just to improve my Fairy collection not for any strategic reason.  
I had captured 9 of the 30 Pixies at this point.

      A word of warning about the swamp, if you step into the water, Amy 
will start to sink.  When the water reaches Amy’s head, she will drown 
and the game will reload.  Amy can’t move much while she is in the swamp 
water.  Also, if any coin or item falls in the swamp water, it will 
probably be gone by the time you regain control of Amy.

*****************
**** Dunmore ****
*****************

      Items Available:
            2 Big Healing Potions – behind hut 1
            2 Healing Herbs – behind hut 3
            2 Mana Potions – behind hut 4

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Abery, Corgot, and Abnobery

      Exits:
            Exit to MS-2 blocked by Shadow Elf then by a Prickly Bush 
                  then an elf.
            Exit to MS-3 – towards Fairy Card of Nature
            Exit to MS-5 – towards Tiralin

      Characters:
            Swamp Elf – tells you about the leader of the Shadow Elves, 
                  the General
            The other characters here don’t tell you anything useful. 
            
      Notes: 
            This level contains several small huts and one large hut in 
      the center.  This level introduces you to Shadow Elves.  Shadow Elves are 
      evil Fairy Masters that block your progress.  To get past a Shadow Elf, 
      you have to defeat its fairies in a fairy battle.  Most Shadow Elves 
      have Fire and / or Dark fairies.

      To the left of where you arrive is a Shadow Elf.  Approach it and 
you will enter a fairy battle.  The Shadow Elf has 1 level 4 Rasrow 
(Chaos fairy), 1 level 9 Pix (Fire fairy), and 1 level 7 Skeljaw (Chaos 
fairy).  Your Nature and Fire fairies will be very effective against the 
Chaos fairies and your Water fairy will be very effective against the 
Fire fairy.

      After you win the fight, go to the village and collect all of the 
stuff outside.  Go into each hut, collect all of the items there are 
talk to all of the people.

**** Large Hut ****

      Items Available:
            4 Fairy Coins – on benches
            Rune of Tiralin – in a chest / casket on a bench.
            2 Small Healing Potions – on the follow, near the desk

      Characters:
            Mowit – Swamp Goblin – tells you the Shadow Elves stole the 
                  Ocean Conch shell.  The Ocean Conch shell is used to 
                  summon Water fairies.
            Forest Elf – He says Prickly Bushes invade his home.  He 
                  tells you the Fairy Card of Nature is in the swamp and 
                  that floating lights illuminates the way.

**** Small Huts ****

      I’ve given the small huts numbers from 1 to 4 going clockwise 
around the large hut.  Hut number 1 is to the right of the large hut, 
when your back is to the door.

      Items Available:
            Mana Potion – on chest in Hut 1
            4 Fairy Coins – on the ground of Hut 3
            Map of the Dark Swamp – in a chest / casket in Hut 3

      Characters:
            Swamp Goblin in hut 1 – offers to train your fairies for 60 
                  Fairy Coins.  If you agree, you will fight 1 level 20 
                  Corgot and 1 level 20 Worgot.  These fairies will not 
                  fight back.
            Magic Merchant in hut 2 – sells Water and PSI spells
            Swamp Goblin merchant in hut 2 – tells you to follow the 
                  lights to the Fairy Card of Nature
            Swamp Goblin in hut 3 – has a cleaning compulsion
            Female Swamp Goblin in hut 4 – asks you to get rid of the 
                  Shadow Elves
            Male Swamp Goblin in hut 4 – is paranoid about the Shadow 
                  Elves.  When you defeat all of the Shadow Elves, he will 
                  offer you a Big Healing Potion, a Mana Potion, or a Silver 
                  Sphere.  The Silver Sphere is worth more.

      Once you’ve collected all of these items, head down the ramp in 
front of the Large Hut.  A Swamp Goblin will approach you and tell you 
that the Shadow Elves whipped his fairies.  He warns you about the 
Shadow Elf leader, the General.

      Go down the ramp and take a right.  You will see another Shadow 
Elf.  This one has exactly the same fairies as the last Shadow Elf.  
There’s a second Shadow Elf on this same ring of islands.  This elf also 
has the same fairies.

      Once you defeat the second elf, take a look around.  You should 
see a few small globes of light.  These globes will move around the same 
place leaving a trail of light.  Theses are your guides to the Fairy 
Card of Nature.  Near the second Shadow Elf, there’s line of islands.  
Follow these islands until you get to the next level.

*******************************
**** MS-3, the Misty Swamp ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            Medium Healing Potion – on an island of the main path, past 
                  the owl
            6 Fairy Coins – in a bag, near the Medium Healing Potion
            5 Fairy Coins – on an island beyond the Medium Healing 
                  Potion
            Small Healing Potion – on the main path, past the Medium 
                  Healing Potion
            Small Healing Potion – on the first island you jump on to 
                  get to the Fairy Card of Nature
            Medium Healing Potion – on the first island you jump on to 
                  get to the Fairy Card of Nature
            9 Fairy Coins in a bag – on the first island you jump on to 
                  get to the Fairy Card of Nature
            Small Healing Potion – near the Shadow Elf
            Silver Sphere – at the base of the island with the Fairy 
                  Card of Nature
            Silver Sphere – at the top of the island with the Fairy Card 
                  of Nature, covered by a Prickly Bush
            Fairy Card of Nature – on the top of an island with large 
                  rock projections

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Corgot, Abery, Abnobery

      Exits:
            Exit to Dunmore, Village of the Goblins 
            Exit to MS-4, the Misty Swamp

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you to follow the ghostly lights
            Owl 2 – tells you about the power of the Fairy Card of 
                  Nature

      Notes:
            There’s a hidden sparkling light on an island near the exit 
      to MS-4.  It will toss out 9 Fairy Coins on a nearby island.

      Follow the land until you get to the owl.  If you take a left past 
the owl, you can get to the next level without any Shadow Elf fights.  
If you take a right, you will fight a Shadow Elf.  The lights take you 
to the left and so will I.  Take the next left at the branch in the 
island.  You will see a small island to your left.  This island will 
take you to the island that has the Fairy Card of Nature. 

      Start island hopping until you reach a large island with large 
pillar like rocks sticking out on top.  Go around the island until you 
find the way to the top.  There’s a Shadow Elf guarding the way.  This 
Shadow Elf has four random fairies.  She may have some PSI fairies and 
some Ice fairies.  Your Nature and Chaos fairies are strong against the 
PSI fairies and your Fire fairy is strong against the Ice fairies.  This 
fight can be fairly tough, so save before you start it.  Even with a 
strong Nature fairy, the fight against the PSI fairy can still be hard.

      Once you defeat the Shadow Elf, go to top of the island and 
collect the Fairy Card of Nature.  With a Nature fairy as your first 
fairy, approach the Prickly Bush nearby.  When you get close enough, 
your Nature fairy will automatically eliminate the Prickly Bush.

      Going past the turn off to the Fairy Card of Nature, there is a 
Shadow Elf.  This Shadow Elf has a level 18 Stobat (Stone), a level 21 
Sireal (Air), a level 22 Ferix (Fire), and a level 23 Stobat (Stone).  
You don’t have any fairies that are very effective against stone, but 
your Stone fairy is effective against the Air fairy and your Water fairy 
is effective against the Fire fairy.  If you take the first left past 
the Shadow Elf, you will get to MS-4.

*******************************
**** MS-4, the Misty Swamp ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            There’s a bunch of Fairy Coins throughout this level.
            2 Silver Spheres – on different islands
            Silver Sphere – in a tree
            2 Small Healing Potions – on different island
            Golden Carrot – up a tree
            Crystal Sphere – in a chest / casket

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Worgot, Sillia, Abnobery

      Exits:
            Exit to MS-3, the Misty Swamp

      Characters: 

      Notes:
            There are four Pixies on this level.  There is a sparkling 
      light on one of the trees.  It throws out eight coins below the tree.

      This level is sort of a bonus level.  There’s a bunch of coins, 
Pixies, and other useful items here.  

      After you finish this area head back to Dunmore.  At the bridge 
from Dunmore, take a left.  You should be facing a different looking 
Shadow Elf.  This is the Shadow Elf General.  The General always has 5 
fairies.  My fight against the General featured 3 Chaos fairies, 1 
Energy fairy, and 1 Fire fairy.  Try to apply your fairies so their 
strengths match a weakness of one of the General’s current fairies.  I 
found this battle to be much easier than the fight near the Fairy Card 
of Nature.  When you win this battle, you get the Ocean Conch.  The 
Ocean Conch will let you summon Water fairies in certain locations.  If 
you hear a click and see an icon of the Water Conch on the top left of 
the screen, you can press the left mouse button to summon a Water fairy.

      If you go back up ramp to Dunmore, the Goblin there will challenge 
you to a friendly fairy duel.  He had two fairies when I challenged him, 
a Stone and Nature fairy.  Go back down the ramp, turn left and go past 
the location where the General.  Keep going until you reach area MS-5.

*******************************
**** MS-5, the Misty Swamp ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Corgot, Abery, Abnobery, Viteria
            Water Fairies (Summoned by Ocean Conch) - Cera

      Exits:
            Exit to Dunmore, Village of the Swamp Goblins
            Exit to MS-1, the Misty Swamp

      Characters: 
            None

*******************************
**** MS-1, the Misty Swamp ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all over this map.
            3 Big Healing Potions – under the cliff

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to MS-5, the Misty Swamp
            Exit to EF-2, the Enchanted Forest (blocked by Prickly Bush)

      Characters: 
            None

      Other Things of Note:
            
            This is another sort of bonus level.  There are two Pixies 
      in this level.

      Collect the Pixies and go to the Cottage.  Replenish your fairies’ 
mana and talk to Lucius.  He will give you the Key of the Guardian of 
the Pixies.  This key will open up the cellar in this house.

**** Cottage Cellar ****

      Items Available:
            Crystals – on the ground
            Evolutionary Magic of Nature - in chest / casket with a lock
            Crystal Sphere – past the first set of Air Eddies
            2 Fairy Coins – past the first set of Air Eddies
            Crystal Sphere – past the second set of Air Eddies
            Garlic Atomizer – in a chest, past the second set of Air 
                  Eddies

      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos fairies – Rasrow, Skelbo
            Dark fairies - Manox

      You can’t get to the final section of this level, because it is 
accessible only by jumping air eddies.  I’ve only seen a Dark fairy down 
here once, but I did catch it while writing this walkthrough.

      If you want, you can take some time to capture some fairies you 
don’t already have.  When you are done, go to Tiralin and buy some more 
supplies.  Buy more Golden Spheres than Silver Spheres, since you won’t 
find as many low level fairies as you were getting.  Go back to Fairy 
Gardens and talk to Rafi.

************************************************************************
************** PART 5 – GETTING THE FAIRY CARD OF EARTH ****************
************************************************************************

      To get the Fairy Card of Earth, we have to find three elemental 
elevator keys to activate the Dwarf Elevator to the Realm of Clouds.  
Once up in the Realm of Clouds, we have to search the area for the Fairy 
Card.  Rafi also tells us to visit the Forest Hut.

      At the start of this level, I had 21 fairies.  My 5 active fairies 
were a level 15 Nature fairy (Viteria), a level 26 Water fairy (Aquana), 
a level 15 Stone fairy (Vesbat), a level 17 Chaos fairy (Rasrow), and a 
level 16 Fire fairy (Tinezard).  I temporarily retired my level 29 
Nature far (Symgot) since it reached its highest evolutionary form.  I’m 
trying to get all of the fairy varieties, so I’m now working on evolving 
my Viteria to a Boneria.  

      I’ve caught 21 fairies so far.  I’ve got 9 Nature fairies, 7 Water 
fairies, 1 Stone fairy, 2 Chaos fairy, 1 Fire fairy, and 1 Dark fairy.  
With these fairies, I have 16 different fairy varieties. (I caught extra 
fairies of some types, such as Tadana and Lana, because I plan on 
evolving one of them to a higher form.)

      I did catch a Dark fairy, but I’m not going to use it.  I think 
this fairy is rare enough that most of you won’t catch it.  I’ll 
continue to write this walkthrough using the commonly available fairies 
instead of the very rare fairies.  I had captured 15 of the 30 Pixies at 
this point.

      A note about the cliffs in this portion of the game - be careful 
because you can fall off the edge.  You will lose a lot of your fairy 
duel rewards because they will fly off the cliff.  This will happen a 
lot between now and the end of the game.


**********************************************
**** Getting the Elemental Key of Nature ****
**********************************************

      Now, let’s start this mission.  Make sure you have a Nature fairy 
with you.  I’m going to the Forest Hut first, to save some backtracking.  
Go to FG-6, the level just north of Endeva, through the exit Seamus once 
blocked.  Instead of taking a left towards Tiralin, take a right towards 
the Forest Hut.  This will bring us to EF-3.

************************************
**** EF-3, the Enchanted Forest ****
************************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all over this map.
            Small Healing Potion – on the rock outcropping
            2 Big Healing Potions – on the rock outcropping
            2 Golden Sphere – on a hidden ledge.  Go around the edge of 
                  the map, to the right of the exit to the next level.  
                  Go through what looks like the entrance to a new level.  
                  If you’ve got the right opening, it will take you to a 
                  ledge.  At the far corner of the ledge, behind a tree 
                  are the two Spheres.

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Lana, Corgot, Sillia, Tinefol
            Water fairies – Cera, Goop

      Exits:
            Exit to FG-6, the Fairy Gardens
            Exit to EF-4, the Enchanted Forest

      Characters: 
            Elf – near the bridge

      Notes:
            There’s a Pixie on this level, behind the outcropping of 
      stone.

      The elf near the bridge will challenge you to a fairy duel.  He 
has three Nature fairies.  These fairies shouldn’t be too much of a 
challenge for you at this point, especially if you have the Fire fairy.

      Grab all of the stuff and head to EF-4.

************************************
**** EF-4, the Enchanted Forest ****
************************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all over this map.
            Small Healing Potion – near exit to Forest Hut
            Big Healing Potion – near exit to Forest Hut
            Big Healing Potion – to the right of the entrance
            Silver Sphere – behind the large rock along the path
            Mana Potion – on top of a large rock ledge

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Lana, Corgot, Abery

      Exits:
            Exit to EF-3, the Enchanted Forest
            Exit to the Forest Hut

      Characters: 
            None

      Other Things of Note:
            There is a sparkling light to the right of the level 
      entrance.  It will give you 12 Fairy Coins.  There’s a magic pond 
      in the center of this map.  This pond will heal your Nature fairies 
      and restore all of their mana.

      Collect the items and go on to the Forest Hut.  There’s a Prickly 
Bush at the start of this level, so get your Nature fairy out.

************************
**** The Forest Hut ****
************************

      Items Available:
            Garlic Atomizer – behind the Forest Hut
            Big Healing Potion – under Prickly Bush 4
            9 Fairy Coins – in a bag, behind the root that make a fence 
                  near the Forest Hut’s front door
            Medium Healing Potion – behind the root that makes a fence 
                  near the Forest Hut’s front door
            3 Fairy Coins – near Prickly Bush 5
            3 Medicines – ground floor of the hut
            3 Big Healing Potions – under Prickly Bush 2, at the top of 
                  the Forest Hut

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria
            Water fairies – Goop, Tadana

      Exits:
            Exit to EF-4, the Enchanted Forest
            Exit to EF-7 (locked)

      Characters: 
            Female Forest Elf – offers you the Elementary Key of Nature 
      if you clear out all five Prickly Bushes on this level

      Go talk to the Forest Elf in front of the tree stump house.  She will 
tell you to remove the Prickly Bushes surrounding her house.  The 
Prickly Bushes are located:

1) In front of the Forest Hut
2) On top of the Forest Hut – you have to climb to the top of the house
3) Behind the Forest Hut
4) To the left of the Forest Hut front door – when exiting the hut
5) Behind a big rock – to the front left of the Forest Hut, when exiting 
the hut

      After you clear all five of the Prickly Bushes, she will give you the 
Elementary Key of Nature.  If you talk to her again, she will tell you 
to inform her husband that all of the Prickly Bushes are clear.  Her 
husband is in the Large Hut in Dunmore.  Once he’s back, he will offer 
to convert 2 Small Healing Potions into 1 Big Healing Potion.

*********************************************
**** Getting the Elementary Key of Earth ****
*********************************************

      Go back to the Cottage, recharge your fairies, then go to FG-4.  
(Don’t spend your money buying things.  Go to FG-4 first.

*****************************************************
**** FG-4, the Garden of the Fairies – Revisited ****
*****************************************************

      Items Available:
            5 Fairy Coins – near the Dwarf and Magic Merchant

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Worgot and Blumella
            Stone fairy - Vesbat            

      Exits:
            Exit to Fairy Garden, FG-5
            Exit to Cottage

      Characters: 
            Dwarf – offers you an Energy fairy (Darbue) for 400 Fairy 
                  Coins
            Magic Merchant  - sells all of the Energy Spells

      Clear the Prickly Bush on the far right side of this map.  Buy the 
Energy fairy from the Dwarf and get any spells you need from the Magic 
Merchant.

      Once I got the Energy fairy, I replaced my Chaos Fairy with the 
Energy fairy.  When you set your fairies and restocked your supplies, go 
to FG-5.  Clear the Prickly Bush on the way to the Dwarf Tower.  Go 
through the new opening to MW-1.  I think this is the last Prickly Bush 
in the game.

**********************************
**** MW-1, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are a few loose Fairy Coins on this level.
            8 Fairy Coins – in a bag near the start of the level
            7 Fairy Coins – in a bag near the start of the level
            Small Healing Potion – just past the Shadow Elf
            Medium Healing Potion – just past the Shadow Elf
            Silver Sphere – accessible by stepping into the Sparkling 
                  Lights

      Wild Fairies:
            Water fairies – Cera

      Exits:
            Exit to FG-5, the Fairy Gardens
            Exit to MW-2, the Mountain World

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf

      Notes:
            There’s a Shadow Elf blocking your path at the start of the 
      level.  There are Sparkling Lights on a small ledge, just past the 
      Shadow Elf.  These lights will create a ledge to the Silver Sphere, 
      just beyond the lights.  

      The Shadow Elf has three pretty low level fairies.  Before you use 
the lights, save your game.  The ledge here is pretty small.  If you 
aren’t careful, Amy will fall into the water and drown.

**********************************
**** MW-2, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are a few loose Fairy Coins on this level.
            Healing Herbs – on a rock, between the lights and the Sphere
            Medium Healing Potion – on a rock, between the lights and 
                  the Sphere
            Silver Sphere – accessible by stepping into the Sparkling 
                  Lights
            9 Fairy Coins – in a bag, behind a rock, near the level exit

      Wild Fairies:
            Stone fairies – Vesbat, Stobat, Gremor

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-1, the Mountain World
            Exit to MW-3, the Mountain World

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf

      Notes:
            There’s a Shadow Elf blocking your path at the start of the 
      level.  There are Sparkling Lights to the right of the bridge, inside a 
      plant.  These lights will create a ledge to the Silver Sphere, just 
      beyond the lights.  

      The Shadow Elf has four average level fairies (high teens to low 
20s).  Pick your best fairies and have fun.
 
**********************************
**** MW-3, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are a few loose Fairy Coins on this level.
            Big Healing Potion – on the stone ledge, near the large 
                  stone
            Small Healing Potion – on the stone ledge around the level
             2 Garlic Atomizers – on the ground below the large stone 
                  projection
            Small Healing Potion – on the ground below the large stone 
                  projection
            Silver Sphere – At the far end of the valley
            2 Silver Spheres – Created on two platforms by walking into 
                  the two sparkling lights.
            Golden Sphere – On the large stone at the top of this level.

      Wild Fairies:
            Stone fairies – Vesbat, Stobat, Gremor, JumJum
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria, Tinefol

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-2, the Mountain World
            Exit to MW-4, the Mountain World

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There are some sparking lights on a ledge just below the 
      entrance to the level.  These lights create five stone platforms, four 
      in a row plus an addition ledge on the other side of the huge stone.  
      Walk to the lone platform, and you will find another ball of sparkling 
      lights.  Stepping into this light will create two Silver Spheres, one on 
      each of the lower two ledges.  There’s a Pixie in the valley, near the 
      small pine trees.

      Follow the ledge along to top of the level to the left into the 
tunnel.  Take the left branch in the tunnel and walk into the glowing 
light.  This light will take you to the top of the large stone at the 
top of this level.  Below you there is a Golden Sphere.  Hop down the 
large stone on top of the Golden Sphere and then solid ground.

      Go back into the tunnel and take the right branch.  Follow the 
tunnel then the ledge until you come to the entrance of a cave.  Enter 
the cave to leave this level.

**********************************
**** MW-4, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are a few loose Fairy Coins on this level.
            6 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the right of the level entrance
            Silver Sphere – on a stone among the trees near the entrance 
                  to the Dark Caves
            5 Fairy Coins – in the far end of the grove of trees, near 
                  the edge
            Big Healing Potion – in the far end of the grove to trees, 
                  near the edge
            Healing Herbs – on a rock, past the Shadow Elf
            Silver Sphere – behind the tree, past the Shadow Elf, to the 
                  right      
            Golden Sphere – on top of rock, past the Shadow Elf, 
                  accessible through only Air Eddies
            
      Wild Fairies:
            Stone fairies – Vesbat, Stobat, Gremor, JumJum
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria, Tinefol

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-3, the Mountain World
            Exit to Tower of the Dwarves
            Exit to DC-1, the Dark Caves

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf – blocking way to MW-5 – has five level 30 
      fairies – Chaos, Water, Fire, and Air fairies

      Defeat the Shadow Elf, get the items, then enter the Dark Caves.  
The Dark Caves are the cave entrance near the grove of trees.
            
******************************
**** DC-1, the Dark Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are a few loose Crystals on this level.
            5 Fairy Coins – in a bag along the left passageway
            5 Fairy Coins – in a bag along the left passageway
            Big Healing Potion – in a niche along the left passageway
            Small Healing Potion – in a niche along the left passage
            5 Fairy Coins – in a bag along the right passageway
            Big Healing Potion – along the right passageway
            7 Fairy Coins – in a bag along the right passageway
            Small Healing Potion – along the right passageway
                  
      Wild Fairies:
            PSI fairies – Mentaur, Mencre

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-4, the Mountain World
            Exit to EF-2, the Enchanted Forest, on the other side of the 
                  Eddies

      Characters: 
            None

      Watch out for the “Quake of Power” spell on the PSI fairies. This 
spell will damage your fairies every time you hit the PSI fairy.  All we 
are doing here is trying to collect a PSI fairy or two.  Once you have a 
couple of PSI fairies, go back to MW-4, then onto the Tower of the 
Dwarves.

**********************************
**** The Tower of the Dwarves ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-4, the Mountain World
            Exit to MW-5, the Dwarves’ special place
            Exit to MW-7, towards Monagham and the Ice Caves
            Exit to RC-1, the Realm of Clouds via the Dwarf Elevator

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you that to get to the highest points in 
                  Zanzarah, you need to use the dwarves’ elevators.  You 
                  need Elemental Stone Keys to drive the elevators.  The 
                  elevator near the Dwarves’ Tower needs an Air, Earth, 
                  and Nature key to run.
            Dwarf – he blocks one of the exits.  He will let you through 
                  if you beat him in a fairy duel.  You have to have a PSI 
                  fairy in you fairy deck before he will agree to fight you.

      Other Things of Note:
            The destination spot for the Mountain Rune is here.  The 
      elevator to the Realm of Clouds is here.  The Dwarves’ Tower is here.

      Enter the Dwarves’ Tower.

**** Dwarves’ Tower – Ground floor ****

      Items Available:
            Rune of the Dwarf Tower – The Dwarf Tower is on the floor, 
                  between the bookshelves.

      Characters:
            Tower Dwarf – He tells you the Elemental Stone of Earth is 
      at the top of the tower.  He also says you must beat him in a Fairy Duel 
      to continue up the tower.  He’s got three PSI fairies of the Mentaur 
      family.

**** Dwarves’ Tower – Stairs ****

      Items Available:
            2 Small Healing Potions – in the bookshelves to the right of 
                  the entrance from the first landing
            Garlic Atomizer – in the bookshelves to the right of the 
                  entrance from the first landing
            Map of the Mountain World – in a chest / casket, in the room 
                  off of the third landing

      Characters:
            Tower Dwarf – in the room on the first landing.  This is the 
                  Dwarf you just defeated.  He tells you about the same thing 
                  the Owl outside the tower said.
            Tower Dwarf – on the second landing – He challenges you to 
                  the second Fairy Duel.  He’s got 3 Stone fairies in the Grem 
                  family.  Watch out for the “Unintentional Movement” passive 
                  spell.  This will take every hit point the Stone fairy does 
                  to you and restore that many hit points to the Stone fairy.  
                  When you defeat him, he will tell you about the books you’ve 
                  been  finding in the game.
            Tower Dwarf – on the third landing – He challenges you to yet 
                  another Fairy Duel.   He’s got two Stone fairies and two PSI 
                  fairies.  When you defeat him, he will tell you the Realm of 
                  the Clouds.
                  
            Notes:
                  There is Book in the room off the second landing that tells 
            you about the elevator and the Elementary Keys to use the elevators.

**** Dwarves’ Tower – Top Level****

      Items Available:
            3 Fairy Coins – next to the chest
            Elemental Key of Earth – in the chest / casket – you have to 
                  remove all of the red squares before you can open the chest

      Characters:
            Tower Dwarf – Challenges you to the last Fairy Duel of the 
      Tower.  He’s got three Stone fairies and one Fire fairy.  When you 
      defeat him, you can take the Elemental Key of Earth.  When you defeat 
      him, he will tell you a little bit about the plot.

******************************************
**** Getting the Elemental Key of Air ****
******************************************

      Two keys down, one to go.  Take this time to go back to London and 
add a PSI fairy to your deck.  Replenish your items and Spheres at 
Tiralin.  When you are done, use to Mountain Rune to get back to the 
Tower of the Dwarves.

      At the end of this phase, my fairy deck was 1 level 26 Energy 
Fairy (Bue), 1 level 8 Water Fairy (Cera), 1 level 11 PSI Fairy 
(Mentaur), 1 level 6 Nature Fairy (Lana), and 1 level 17 Fire fairy 
(Tinezard).  I’ve temporarily retired my level 33 Nature fairy 
(Boneria), level 32 Water fairy (Oceana), and my level 22 Stone fairy 
(Vesbat).  Do this is going to make the next few levels more difficult, 
since I’ll be using much weaker fairies than the levels expect.  Doing 
this will help me get more of the fairy varieties, which is my goal.  I 
didn’t realize that I could catch wild fairies in all of the Cera 
fairy’s evolutionary form.  If I had, I would not have used the Cera.

      I have 36 fairies caught right now in 24 different fairy 
varieties.  I have duplicates of some fairies so that I can eventually 
evolve them into other fairy varieties while still keeping the original 
variety.  I currently have caught 17 Pixies.

      Once you are back at the Dwarf tower, go talk to the Dwarf that is 
blocking the path at the far end of the level.  If you have a PSI fairy, 
you can get into a fairy duel with the Dwarf.  The Dwarf has three PSI 
fairies of the Mencre family and two Stone fairies.  Nature and Energy 
fairies are very effective against PSI fairies and PSI fairies are 
strong against Stone fairies.  Again, be careful of the “Quake of Power” 
spell on the PSI fairies.  This spell will quickly kill any of your 
fairies that are strong against PSI fairies.  When you defeat the Dwarf, 
follow him into the stone passageway to 

**********************************
**** MW-5, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            6 Fairy Coins - on the bridge
            2 Small Healing Potion – near the light at the entrance to 
                  this level
            8 Fairy Coins – near the light at the entrance to the level
             Golden Sphere – It’s on top of a rock pile, the far end of 
                  the bridge.  You are supposed to have to wait to get 
                  the Fairy Card of Air to get this Sphere, but you don’t 
                  have to.  If you time it just right, you can jump on to 
                  the rock face that is closest to the bridge, right next 
                  to the rope. 
            Golden Sphere – hidden behind the rock to the Dwarf’s right 
                  side. (The opposite side of the more visible Golden Sphere)
            Big Healing Potion – on the same ledge as the destination 
                  for the transporting light
            Silver Sphere – on a ledge below the Golden Sphere – You can 
                  fall of rock with the Golden Sphere on to this rock, but I 
                  haven’t figured out how to get off this rock.  If you save 
                  your game, when you fall to your death, the game will be 
                  restored with you holding the Silver Sphere.
 
      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to the Tower of the Dwarves

      Characters: 
            Dwarf – Tells you that he is guarding access to a rare Dwarf 
                  treasure.  You need to show him some of Forgotten Tools of 
                  the Dwarves before he will give you access to the treasure.  
                  The treasure is the chest floating out in space.

      Notes:
            There is one of the transporting lights near the entrance to 
      this level.  This light dumps you out just below the far of bridge.

      The only point of going to this level now is to get a couple of 
extra Spheres.  Get the Spheres then go back to the Tower of the 
Dwarves.  Take the exit in the middle of the level.  This is the only 
exit we haven’t taken yet.  This will take us to MW-6.

**********************************
**** MW-6, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins in various spots across this level
            2 Moulding (Molding) Magics – in a chest / casket – keep 
                  taking right turns on this level, until you get to 
                  a small room with a pillar in the middle.  The chest 
                  for the Moulding Magic is here.  (This really should be 
                  Molding Magic, but let’s not be too picky.)
            Medium Healing Potion – near the signpost to the Mountain 
                  Peak
            Healing Herbs – near the boulder blocking the path to 
                  Monagham
            
      Wild Fairies:
            Stone fairies - Vesbat

      Exits:
            Exit to the Tower of the Dwarves
            Exit to MW-7, towards the Mountain Peak
            Exit towards Monagham, Village of the Dwarves (blocked by a 
                  boulder)

      Characters: 
            Leader of the Shadow Elves – Blocks your path at the start 
      of the level – He has three Fire fairies, two from the Pix family and 
      one from the Dracwin family.  Your water fairy should have fun here.

      Notes:
            There’s a Pixie on this level.  It’s near the exit to MW-7.  
      This one’s a pain to catch, because it’s hard to corner it.

**********************************
**** MW-7, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are several Fairy Coins on this level
            Small Healing Potion – in a niche, to the left of the Pixie 
                  plateau
            Medium Healing Potion – in a niche to the left of the Pixie 
                  plateau
            Healing Herbs – near the exit of the level
            Silver Sphere – in a cave, on the right branch
            2 Healing Herbs – accessible by using the Sparkling Lights

      Wild Fairies:
            Stone fairies – Vesbat, Stobat, Grem, Gremor
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria, Tinefol

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-6, towards the Mountain Peak
            Exit to DC-2, the Dark Caves

      Characters:
            Dwarf – Challenges you to a fairy duel – He has a Tinefol, a 
      Tinerog, a Tinezard, and a Tineves.  When you beat him, he talks about 
      evolving Tinefols. 

      Notes:
            There’s a Pixie on this level.  It’s on top of a stone 
      plateau.  You won’t be able to capture this Pixie until you get the 
      Fairy Card of Air.  There are also some sparkling lights on this level.  
      These lights will create stone platforms from the wooden overlook near 
      the level’s exit to a stone ledge below the plateau.
            
      I’ve only found the Grem fairy once on this level.  It spawned 
near the Sparkling lights.

      Collect the items if you want, then continue on towards the 
Mountain Peak.

******************************
**** DC-2, the Dark Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are a few loose Crystals on this level.
            Healing Herbs – in a chest, found by following the left wall
            Big Healing Potion – in a chest found by following the left 
                  wall
                  
      Wild Fairies:
            PSI fairies – Mentaur, Mencre

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-7, the Mountain World
            Exit to MP-1, the Mountain Peaks

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf – blocks your way to the Mountain Peak.  He has 
      Chaos, Water, Ice, Fire, and Air fairies.  This can be a fairly tough 
      fight. You really have to be quick changing your fairies, so you can 
      always have a strong fairy out against the Shadow Elf’s fairies.

      Watch out for the “Quake of Power” spell on the PSI fairies. This 
spell will damage your fairies every time you hit the PSI fairy. 

**********************************
**** MP-1, the Mountain Peaks ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are loose Coins all around this level.
            Silver Sphere – There’s a narrow ledge at the end of the 
                  rock wall to your right.  Follow the ledge and you will find 
                  the Sphere.
            Silver Sphere – This Sphere is floating in the air to the 
                  right of the path.  You can get some platforms to the Sphere 
                  by stepping into the Sparkling lights.  You are supposed to 
                  near the Fairy Card of Air to get the Sphere, but if you jump 
                  on the last platform, you can reach the Sphere.
                  
      Wild Fairies:
            Ice fairies – Feez, Greez

      Exits:
            Exit to DC-2, the Dark Caves
            Exit to MP-2, the Mountain Peaks
            Exit to MP-3, the Mountain Peaks

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There are some sparkling lights near the first Silver 
      Sphere.  These lights make the stone platforms to the second Silver 
      Sphere, as well as giving you a way to get out off of the stone ledge.
      
      Take the exit to the left of the level entrance.  There’s nothing 
you can do on the right exit until you get the Fairy Card of Air.

**********************************
**** MP-2, the Mountain Peaks ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            There are loose Coins all around this level.
            Golden Sphere – in the trees, before the bridge
            Small Healing Potion – in the trees, before the bridge
            5 Fairy Coins – at the end of the bridge
            3 Small Healing Potions – near the entrance to the Dark 
                  Caves
                  
      Wild Fairies:
            Ice fairies – Feez, Greez

      Exits:
            Exit to MP-1, the Mountain Peaks
            Exit to DC-3, the Dark Caves

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            The destination of the Mountain Rune is on this level.
      
      Get the stuff and collect a few Ice fairies.  When you are done, 
enter the Dark Caves.

******************************
**** DC-3, the Dark Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are Crystals all around this level.
            Rune of the Ice World – To get the Mountain Rune, follow the 
                  left wall from the entrance to the room with this rune.

      Wild Fairies:
            PSI fairies – Mencre, Mentaur

      Exits:
            Exit to MP-2, the Mountain Peaks
            Exit to the Ice Caves

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There’s a Pixie on this level

***********************
**** The Ice Caves ****
***********************

      Items Available:
            There are Crystals all around this level.
            Big Healing Potion – in a chest near Lasse
            Elemental Key of Air – Lasse will give you this when you 
                  rescue him.

      Wild Fairies:
            Water fairies – Tadana
            PSI fairies - Mentaur

      Exits:
            Exit to DC-3, the Dark Caves

      Characters: 
            None


      Notes:
            The Sparkling Lights near Lasse will create a stone disc.  
      These discs allow you to reach one of the four fairies.

      This level is very small.  It consists of one, single large room.  
Talk to Lasse.  He will tell you to defeat four fairies so he can 
escape.  The will give you the Elemental Key of Air when you help him.

*****************************************
**** Getting the Fairy Card of Earth ****
*****************************************

      Finally, we have all the keys we need to get to the Realm of 
Clouds.  This means we can finally go after the Fairy Card of Stone.  
Replenish your items and Spheres at Tiralin.  Go back to London and make 
sure you have one Stone fairy with you.  (We are trying to get the Fairy 
Card of Stone, so it might be nice to have a fairy that can actually use 
the card.  Also, we are going up to the Realm of Clouds where there 
might be Air fairies - hint, hint).  When you are done, use to Mountain 
Rune to get back to the Tower of the Dwarves.

      At the end of this phase, my fairy deck had 1 level 12 Ice fairy 
(Greez), 1 level 21 Water fairy (Amnis), 1 level 32 PSI Fairy (Clum), 1 
level 30 Energy fairy (Bue), and 1 level 22 Stone fairy (Vesbat).  I’ve 
temporarily retired my level 22 Nature fairy (Liana) and my level 20 
Fire fairy (Tinezard).  My Ice fairy will take of the Fire fairy’s job 
for pretty much the rest of the game.  Through the past section, I’ve 
grown to strongly dislike the Cera Water fairy.  It seems like every 
time I take this fairy out, it gets killed before it can fire off two 
shots.  After a bunch of painful training, I finally grew the Cera into 
an Anmis.  I think I’m going to like the Amnis a lot more, seeing that 
it actually has some hit points.

      I have 42 fairies caught right now in 31 different fairy 
varieties.  I have duplicates of some fairies so that I can eventually 
evolve them into other fairy varieties while still keeping the original 
variety.  I currently have caught 19 Pixies.

      In case you are wondering how I’m advancing my fairies so quickly, 
it’s because I’m taking time out to train them.  I’m not talking about 
training them against one of the two Fairy Master trainers.  What I mean 
is that I run around a level to the various spawn points of wild 
fairies.  When you fight against one wild fairy, all of the other wild 
fairies in the level potentially re-spawn.  This means you can run back 
and forth between two or three different spawn points and keep fighting 
fairy battles.  Do this will fairly rapidly raise your fairies 
experience level.  This works best if your fairy is strong against the 
spawning fairy’s type.  This method works much better when you finally 
get the Fairy Horn, but we’ve got a ways to go before we can get that 
item.

      Once you are back at the Dwarf tower, go to the elevator to the 
left of your arrival point.  You should see a triangular platform with a 
glowing pedestal at each point.  (If one of the points is not glowing, 
then you are missing one of the elevator keys.)  When you climb onto the 
circular shape in the middle of the triangular platform, the elevator 
will take you to the Realm of the Clouds.  Through the magic of 
Zanzarah, the centrifugal force of the spinning platform won’t actually 
have any effect on Amy, so she won’t go flying off into space.  Anyway, 
the elevator will take you to RC-1, the Realm of Clouds.

      A note about the Realm of Clouds, if you walk off the edge of the 
land, you will die.  A number of the rewards from wild fairy duels will 
be thrown off the land.  There’s nothing you can do to get these 
rewards.

***********************************
**** RC-1, the Realm of Clouds ****
***********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all around this level.
            Big Healing Potion – near an obelisk 
            Map of the Realm of Clouds – in a chest near exit to RC-3
            Silver Sphere – on a rocky hill near the chest that holds 
                  the “Map of the Realm of Clouds” – you can climb up 
                  to this Sphere

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria, Tinefol
            Air fairies – Airia, Luria, Sirael

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-2, the Realm of Clouds (the walkway)
            Exit to RC-3, the Realm of Clouds (the spiral transporter) 

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you about the Realm of Clouds
      
***********************************
**** RC-2, the Realm of Clouds ****
***********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all around this level.
            2 x 8 Fairy Coins – in a bag near the exit towards the White 
                  Cathedral
            Medium Healing Potion – near the exit towards the White 
                  Cathedral
            4 Fairy Coins – in a bag near the exit towards the White 
                  Catehedral
            Medium Healing Potion – near the exit to East Pavilion

      Wild Fairies:
            Air fairies – Airia, Luria

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-1, the Realm of Clouds (the walkway)
            Exit to East Pavilion (exit - the spiral transporter)
            Exit to RC-4 the Realm of the Clouds (towards the White 
                  Cathedral)

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf – blocks the way to all other exits – He has one 
                  Fire fairy, two Water fairies, one Chaos fairy, and one 
                  Stone fairy.
            Shadow Elf – blocks the exit to East Pavilion – He has one 
                  Dark fairy, one Ice fairy, one Nature fairy, and two Water 
                  fairies.

      Notes:
            The destination for the Rune of the Realm of Clouds is here, 
      in the center of the level.  Also, you can climb on top of the hill near 
      the exit to the White Cathedral.

************************
**** East Pavilion  ****
************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all around this level.
            Rune of the Realm of the Clouds – to the left of the 
                  entrance
            Golden Sphere – under a boulder, to the right of the 
                  pavilion
            Silver Sphere – to the left of the pavilion – need the Fairy 
                  Card of Air to reach it
            Evolutionary Magic of Nature – This stone is on top of one 
                  of the pillars on the right side of this level.  You will 
                  need the Fairy Card of Air to reach this stone.            

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Tinefol, Sillia, Viteria
            Air fairies – Sirael, Gorael
            Stone fairies – Stobat, Gremor

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-2, the Realm of Clouds

      Characters: 
            Magic Merchant – sells Air and low level Light spells
            White Druid (temporary) – tells you to defeat two Shadow 
                  Elves that are pestering him.  When you do, he gives you the 
                  Fairy Card of Stone.

      Talk to the Druid.  He will tell you to defeat the two Shadow 
Elves that appear on this level.  The first Shadow Elf, on the bridge, 
has two Chaos fairies, one Ice fairy, and one Nature fairy.  The second 
Shadow Elf has two Chaos fairies, one Ice fairy, and one Fire fairy.  
Defeat these Shadow Elves then talk to the White Druid.  He will give 
you the Fairy Card of Earth.  With the Fairy Card of Earth and a Stone 
fairy in as your active fairy, you can blow up boulders blocking your 
path.  Sometimes, boulders are cover useful items.
      
      Collect all of the items, then go back to the Dwarf elevator on 
RC-1.  When you get there, take the other exit to RC-3.

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*************** PART 6 – GETTING THE FAIRY CARD OF AIR *****************
************************************************************************

      The next Fairy Card on the list is the Fairy Card of Air.  There’s 
a much shorter path to this card than the last card, but we still need 
to make a couple of detours.

      At the end of this section, in my fairy deck I have a 1 level 21 
Ice fairy (Greez), 1 level 22 Water fairy (Amnis), 1 level 34 PSI Fairy 
(Clum), 1 level 30 Energy fairy (Bue), and 1 level 21 Stone fairy 
(Gremor).  I’ve retired my level 33 Stone fairy (Garbat).  The Amnis is 
definitely better than the weak Cera.  I don’t have to worry about 
losing my Amnis every time I bring it out.

      I have 48 fairies caught right now in 36 different fairy 
varieties.  I have duplicates of some fairies so that I can eventually 
evolve them into other fairy varieties while still keeping the original 
variety.  I currently have caught 20 Pixies.

***********************************
**** RC-3, the Realm of Clouds ****
***********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all around this level.

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria, Tinefol
            Air fairies – Sirael, Gorael

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-1, the Realm of Clouds
            Exit to the Arena

      Characters: 

      Notes:
            There’s a Pixie on the hill to your left, when you first 
      enter the level.  There are some Sparkling Lights on a narrow ledge 
      behind the hill.  These lights create some stone discs that will allow 
      you to get to the top of the hill and catch the Pixie.  
      
      There are some more Sparkling Lights behind another hill, 
near the exit to the Arena.  These lights will give you five Fairy 
Coins.

*******************
**** The Arena ****
*******************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-3, the Realm of Clouds

      Characters: 
            The Druid (temporary) – he tells you a Shadow Elf is 
                  guarding the Arena.
            Shadow Elf General – set battle – gives you Quilin’s Staff 
                  of Rule when you win the battle.
            Suane – Keeper of the Arena – She will follow you wherever 
                  you go if you defeat a Chaos fairy for her.  She will 
                  only talk to you after you defeat the Shadow Elf General.

      The fight against the General is actually a set battle.  You will 
fight against one Chaos fairy and six Dark fairies.  You will fight 
against four Dark fairies and the one Chaos fairy at the same time.  Try 
as best as possible to keep only one fairy in view at a time.  If you 
have multiple fairies hitting you at the same time, you will quickly 
lose whatever fairy you have.  

      You might think that with all those Dark fairies, you should bring 
a deck full of Water fairies.  Unfortunately, the one Chaos fairy will 
quickly eliminate you Water fairies.  The easiest way I found to win the 
battle was to bring my PSI and Energy fairies out first.  I equipped 
each one with their corresponding “opponent receives same damage 
inflicted” spells.  (That’s “Quake of Power” for the PSI fairy and 
“Homesickness” for the Energy fairy.)  With both of these fairies, I 
concentrated on hitting the Chaos fairy.  Both of these fairies ended up 
being defeated, but the damage they caused getting beaten up eliminated 
two of the Dark fairies and seriously weakened the Chaos fairy and one 
additional Dark fairy.  The rest of my fairies could quickly mop up the 
remaining fairies. 

      Once you defeat these fairies, you will see a Light fairy, Suane, 
left in the center of the Arena.  Talk to the fairy and she will ask you 
to defeat a Chaos fairy that is pestering her.  Once you do this, she 
will agree to join your fairy collection.

      After you get the Suane, go to Tiralin.  Enter Town Hall and talk 
to the Mayor.  He will decide that Quilin is the traitor who is behind 
all of the problems in Zanzarah.  He will organize a Fairy Master 
tournament at the Great Tree in the Misty Swamp.  The winner of the 
tournament will go after Quilin.  The Mayor wants you to participate in 
the tournament.  

      Before we can go to the tournament though, we need to get access 
to the Great Tree.  There is an elf blocking our access to the Great 
Tree.  The elf wants a Segbuzz Chaos fairy before he leaves.  There’s 
only one way to get a Segbuzz.  Go to the Herb Shop in Tiralin East.  
Trade your Suane for the Shopkeeper’s Segbuzz.  This really isn’t the 
best trade to have to make, since the Suane is a better fairy than 
Segbuzz, but we must have the fairy to go on.  (To trade a fairy, the 
fairy must be in the active, 1st, position in your fairy deck.  To get 
the Suane, you will need to go back to London.  If you haven’t cleared 
out the Prickly Bush in front of the elf asking for a Segbuzz, make sure 
you pick up a Nature fairy when you are in London.) 

      With your Segbuzz and a Nature fairy, if needed, in your fairy 
deck, use the Rune of Dunmore.  Head away from the Village of Dunmore on 
the wooden bridge.  This will take you to MS-2.

*******************************
**** MS-2, the Misty Swamp ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            There are several Fairy Coins throughout this level
            Golden Sphere – under the Prickly Bush
            2 Healing Herbs – on an island accessible by walking into 
                  the Sparkling Lights
            1 Big Healing Potion – on an island accessible by walking 
                  into the Sparkling Lights
      
      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Corgot, Abery, Abnobery, Sillia, Viteria

      Exits:
            Exit to Dunmore, Village of the Swamp Goblins
            Exit to the Great Tree

      Characters: 
            Elf (temporary) – wants a Segbuzz fairy 

      Notes:
            There are some Sparkling Lights under the far side of the 
      bridge.  These lights will give you access to an island on the left 
      side.  There’s a Pixie past the bridge.

      Clear the Prickly Bush, if you haven’t already.  Talk to the elf.  
Give him your Segbuzz.  Yeah, we take a nice Suane after two trades, end 
up with a worthless Corgot.  Oh well, take the opportunity to go back to 
London.  Make the strongest fairy deck you can out of your current 
fairies.  Try to have at least one fairy in your deck is strong against 
every fairy type.  I used my strongest Nature, Energy, Ice, PSI, and 
Water fairies.  When you are done creating your deck, come back to MS-2.  
Don’t worry about taking evolving your weakest fairies right now.  You 
need your strongest fairies for the upcoming set battles.  

      There’s another Prickly Bush between you and the Great Tree.  You 
can jump around this Bush if you want, but there’s a Sphere under it.

************************
**** The Great Tree ****
************************

      Items Available:
            There are three bags on an island, south of the Great Tree.  
                  They are on the path to the Shadow Realm.  I can’t reach 
                  the island without drowning, so I don’t know what is in 
                  the bags.
                  
      Wild Fairies:
            Nature Fairies – Corgot, Abery, Abnobery, Sillia, Viteria

      Exits:
            Exit to MS-2, the Misty Swamp, towards Dunmore
            Exit to MS-6, towards the entrance to the Shadow Realm.

      Characters: 
            Swamp Goblin – tells you about the Fairy Tournament 

**** Tournament at the Great Tree – Round 1 ****

      Opponent: Seamus the Great, the Invincible – (he’s back)

      Seamus’s Fairies: - all Stone fairies (again)
            Stone fairies – Grem (level 30), Gremor (level 35), Stobat 
                  (level 33), and Garbat (level 40)

      Items Available after Defeating Seamus:
            There is a Book here that describes the Fairy Card of Air.

      Notes: 
            Seamus is just as easy here as he was before.  Your PSI 
      fairy should eliminate all of these fairies without breaking a sweat.

**** Tournament at the Great Tree – Round 2 ****

      Opponent: Eirik – the Dwarf Fairy Master from Tiralin

      Eirik’s Fairies: -
            Water fairies – Tadana (level 35), Aquana (level 41), and 
                  Tadana (level 29)
            Ice fairy – Feez (level 31)
 
      Items Available after Defeating Eirik:
            A Swamp Goblin gives you 4 Medium Healing Postions.

      Notes: 
            This fight is pretty easy too.  My Ice fairy defeated all of the 
      Water fairies and my PSI fairy beat the Ice fairy.

**** Tournament at the Great Tree – Round 3 ****

      Opponent: Janus, the Elf – you gave him the Segbuzz fairy earlier

      Janus’s Fairies: -
            Nature fairies – Blumella (level 30) and Symgot (level 37)      
            Stone fairy – Stobat (level 33)
            Chaos fairy – Segbuzz (level 38) – How did he get this fairy 
                  to gain some many levels so quickly?
 
      Items Available after Defeating Janus:
            Janus will give you the Segbuzz back.
            Garlic Atomizer – in a casket / chest

      Notes: 
            This fight was slightly more challenging than the other two 
      were.  It still wasn’t too hard.  My Ice fairy defeated two Nature 
      fairies, but nearly died from the poison it got from the first one.  The 
      other two fairies were easy to defeat.

**** Tournament at the Great Tree – Final Round ****

      Opponent: Swamp Goblin

      Swamp Goblin’s Fairies: -
            Nature fairies – Lana (level 24), Tinefol (level 19) and 
                  Tinerog (level 14)            
            Air fairy – Fathrael (level 29)
      Water fairy – Cera (level 26)
 
      Items Available after Defeating the Swamp Goblin:
            Fairy Card of Air – available after you talk with the White 
                  Druid

      Notes: 
            I thought this fight was easier than the last one.  My Ice 
      fairy defeated all of the fairies except the Water fairy. My Energy 
      fairy defeated that one with two shots.


 --- A Note about the Fairy Card of Air ---

      The Fairy Card of Air is the most difficult Fairy Card to use 
successfully.  When you jump on an Air Eddy, Amy gets launched into the 
air.  You have a little bit of control over Amy while she’s in the air, 
but not a whole lot.  It’s really easy to fly Amy in the wrong place 
then have her fall to her death.
      
      Some places have multiple Air Eddies in a row.  These can be very 
challenging to navigate.  To hit an Air Eddy, you have to land almost 
right on top of it.  If you go too far, you might not trigger the Air 
Eddy, causing Amy to fall.  So, any time you have to navigate Air Eddies 
over a chasm, you should save your game before you make your attempt.

************************************************************************
************* PART 7 – FINDING THE KEY TO THE IRON GATES ***************
************************************************************************

      Getting the key to all of the iron gates or the Heavy Iron Key is 
a fairly simply task.  You will need an Air fairy in your deck to 
complete this task.

      At the end of this section, in my fairy deck I have a 1 level 28 
Ice fairy (Greez), 1 level 23 Water fairy (Amnis), 1 level 36 PSI Fairy 
(Clumaur), 1 level 31 Energy fairy (Bue), and 1 level 33 Nature fairy 
(Boneria).  Starting out on this section, I replaced my Clumar with a 
level 10 Mencre and my Boneria with a level 10 Gorael.

      I have 50 fairies caught right now in 38 different fairy 
varieties.  I have duplicates of some fairies so that I can eventually 
evolve them into other fairy varieties while still keeping the original 
variety.  I currently have caught 21 Pixies.

      When you are ready and you have your air fairy, use the Rune of 
the Realm of the Clouds.  From here, take the exit towards the White 
Cathedral.  This will take you to RC-4.

***********************************
**** RC-4, the Realm of Clouds ****
***********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins near the front of the White Cathedral.
            Golden Sphere – on a hill, near the level entrance – You can 
                  reach the top of this hill by jumping up the side of the 
                  hill farthest from the entrance.  You can also use the 
                  Sparkling Lights on the far side of the Eddies to create 
                  a path to the top.
            2 Small Healing Potions – on a hill, near the level entrance
            Medium Healing Potion – on a hill, near the level entrance
            Garlic Atomizer – on a hill, near the level entrance
            Silver Sphere – to the right of the White Cathedral
            6 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the right of the White Cathedral
            8 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the right of the White Cathedral
            Medium Healing Potion – to the left of the White Cathedral
            9 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the left of the White Cathedral
            2 Big Healing Potions – to the left of the White Cathedral
            6 Fairy Coins – in a bag to the left of the White Cathedral
            
      Wild Fairies:      
            Nature fairies – Sillia, Viteria, Tinefol
            Air fairies – Sirael, Gorael, Sirella

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-2, the Realm of Clouds
            Exit to White Cathedral

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf – blocking the entrance to the White Cathedral – 
                  There seems to be a lot of Shadow Elves in the Realm of 
                  Clouds, doesn’t there?  This Shadow Elf has four Air 
                  fairies and one Chaos fairy.

      Notes:
            You can only get to the back half of this level by jumping 
      on the Air Eddies.  There are some Sparkling Lights on the hill across 
      the Eddies.  These lights will create a stone disc path to the top of 
      the hill near the entrance.  

      Cross the Air Eddy, defeat the Shadow Elf, and enter the White 
Cathedral.

*****************************
**** The White Cathedral ****
*****************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins near the front of the White Cathedral.
            Golden Carrot – in front of the entrance to the right side 
                  room
            Garlic Atomizer – in front of the entrance to the right side 
                  room
            Golden Sphere – to the right of the “altar” – You have to 
                  jump over the opening in the floor to get the Sphere.
            Garlic Atomizer – on the left path to the “altar”

      Wild Fairies:      
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to RC-3, the Realm of Clouds

      Characters: 
            White Druid (temporary) – Tells you he caught Lasse breaking 
                  into the Cathedral and trapped him in an impenetrable 
                  magic barrier.  If you talk to the White Druid after his 
                  speech, he will try to convince you of the Dwarves’ guilt.  
                  He also says that he won’t let anyone disturb the peace of 
                  his White Cathedral.
            Magic Merchant – spells Light fairy spells.
            Lasse (temporary) – He claims he entered the White Cathedral 
                  to search for his father, Quilin.  He gives you the ”Key to 
                  Dwarf Factory” in Monagham.  He claims you will find the 
                  truth there.

      So, we need to go to Monagham.  We’ll need a Stone fairy to open 
the pathway to the city.  When you’ve got a Stone fairy and re-stocked 
your supplies, use the Rune to the Dwarf Tower.  Go to MW-7, blow up to 
boulder blocking your way to Monagham, and enter the newly created 
passageway.  This will take you to the Dark Caves, DC-4.

******************************
**** DC-4, the Dark Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:      
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-7, the Mountain World
            Exit to Monagham, Village of the Dwarves

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you about the Dwarves

******************************************
**** Monagham, Village of the Dwarves ****
******************************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:      
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to DC-4, the Dark Caves
            Exit to the Old Dwarf Factory
            Exit to LC-1, the Lava Caves
            
      Characters: 
            Dwarf – tells about the Fairy Card of Fire
            Dwarf Smith – wants to relearn the ancient art of the 
                  dwarves – He tells you that if you find some of 
                  the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves, he will be 
                  able to recreate the Magic of Metal.  If you show 
                  him these tools, he will sell you all of the Metal 
                  fairy spells.  This is the only Magic Merchant 
                  that does not look like the weird red creature.  
                  Also, the Dwarf Smith will never have any blanks in 
                  his selection.

      Notes:
            There are several houses you can enter in Monagham.  The 
      destination for the Rune of the Cave World (Monagham) is on this level.

**** First House ****

      Characters:
            Dwarf – Offers to trade you a Violectra Energy fairy for a 
                  Fatheral Air fairy.  This trade isn’t worth it, since 
                  we will be able to capture a wild Violectra really soon.
 
      Items Available:
            Big Healing Potion – in a chest in the back room of the 
                  house
            Rune of the Cave World (Monagham) – in the back room of the 
                  house

**** Second House ****

      Characters:
            Dwarf – gives you a bag of 15 Crystals for removing the 
                  boulder that blocked the path to Monagham.  He also will 
                  tell you about the Dwarves’ machines and Fire fairies.  
                  He reminds you that you can create a Fire fairy from a 
                  Tinefol, if you have the Evolutionary Stone of Fire.
 
      Items Available:
            Mana Potion – near the stairs
            2 Big Healing Potions – near the stairs
            Golden Sphere – in the chest

**** Third House ****

      Characters:
            Jani – tells you to rescue Lasse
 
      Items Available:
            None

**** Fourth House ****

      Characters:
            None
 
      Items Available:
            None

      Notes:
            Contains the elevator to the Lava Caves.  You need to pull 
      the lever to open the door.  You need the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves 
      to pull the lever.

**** Fifth House – Shop ****
      
      Characters:
            Dwarf – sells you items for Crystals
            Magic Merchant – sells fairy spells
 
      Items Available:
            3 Healing Herbs – throughout the store

      Explore Monagham and then enter the Forgotten Dwarf Factory.

***************************
**** Old Dwarf Factory ****
***************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:      
            Metal fairies - Minari

      Exits:
            Exit to Monagham
            
      Characters: 
            Quilin – tells you what is happening in Zanzarah and what 
                  you need to do.  He gives you the “Heavy Iron Key”, 
                  which will open all of the Dwarves’ gates in Zanzarah.

      Notes:
            When you approach the stairs, you will trigger a set battle.  
      The battle is against 3 Metal fairies, two Minari and one Gigarex.  This 
      can be a fairy tough battle, since Metal fairies can damage even highly 
      resistant fairies.

            There is a book here that talks about the Guard of Zanzarah 
      and your destiny.

            The Metal fairies will sometimes give the Forgotten Tools of 
      the Dwarves as rewards for defeating them in a duel.

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************** PART 8 – ENTERING THE LAVA CAVES, PART 1 ****************
************************************************************************

***********************************************
**** Getting an Evolutionary Stone of Fire ****
***********************************************

      According to Rafi, we should be looking for a magical stone behind 
a beautiful waterfall.  This will take us to an area near the Cottage.  
We will need a Stone fairy for this mission.

      At the end of this past section, in my fairy deck I have a 1 level 
30 Ice fairy (Greez), 1 level 31 Water fairy (Ceramnis), 1 level 13 PSI 
Fairy (Mencre), 1 level 32 Energy fairy (Bue), and 1 level 29 Stone 
fairy (Gremor).  I replaced the Ceramnis with a level 13 Air fairy 
(Gorael) before starting this mission.

      I have 54 fairies caught right now in 40 different fairy 
varieties.  I have duplicates of some fairies so that I can eventually 
evolve them into other fairy varieties while still keeping the original 
variety.  I currently have caught 21 Pixies.

      When you are ready and you have your Stone fairy, use the Cottage 
Rune.  From here, go to FG-4 then FG-5.  Blow up the boulder on the top 
level of FG-5 and enter the new area.

**********************************
**** MW-8, the Mountain World ****
**********************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:      
            Water fairies – Tadana, Amnis, Ceramnis

      Exits:
            Exit to FG-5, the Fairy Gardens
            Exit to DC-5, the Dark Caves
            
      Characters: 
            Elf – challenges you to a fairy duel – This elf has all Ice 
                  fairies.  When you defeat the Elf, he gives you the Key
                  to Town Hall.

******************************
**** DC-5, the Dark Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are some Crystals on the floor of the caves
            8 Fairy Coins – in a cave room
            5 Fairy Coins – in a cave room
            Medium Healing Potion – in a cave room
            Evolutionary Magic of Fire – in a cave room
            Golden Sphere – on a bridge

      Wild Fairies:      
            PSI fairies – Mencre, Beltaur, Mentaur

      Exits:
            Exit to MW-8, the Mountain World

      Characters: 
            None

************************************************************************
********************** PART 9 – SOME SIDE QUESTS ***********************
************************************************************************

      Rafi wants us to get the Fairy Card of Fire from the garden near 
the Forest Hut.  There are some other things we can do now that we’ve 
got certain keys and Fairy Cards.  These side options are optional as 
far as the game is concerned, but they give us access to some special 
fairies, items and Pixies.  You don’t have to complete any of these 
tasks to finish the game, however.

      At the end of this past section, in my fairy deck I have a 1 level 
33 Ice fairy (Greez), 1 level 38 Air fairy (Fathrael), 1 level 27 PSI 
Fairy (Mencre), 1 level 45 Energy fairy (Lighbue), and 1 level 30 Stone 
fairy (Gremor).  I spent some extra time at the waterfalls of MW-8 
training my Air, Energy, and Chaos fairies.  (I wanted a little break 
from writing...)

      I have 55 fairies caught right now in 44 different fairy 
varieties.  I have duplicates of some fairies so that I can eventually 
evolve them into other fairy varieties while still keeping the original 
variety.  I currently have caught 21 Pixies.

      To do this next section, you will need an Air fairy plus a pretty 
balanced deck.  I’m going to take you to several different places in 
Zanzarah.  You might want to adjust your fairy deck before going to a 
new place.  When you have the deck you want to start with, head to 
Tiralin.

********************************
**** Finding the Cloverleaf ****
********************************

      First on our list is finding the Cloverleaf.  The Cloverleaf will 
help us with the Magic Merchants.  With the Cloverleaf, the Magic 
Merchants will have a lower chance of creating a blank when they 
generate spells.  This means you will have a better chance of getting 
the spell you want.

      Finding the Cloverleaf is easy.  Go to the Town Hall of Tiralin.  
Near the Mayor is a locked door.  The key to the door is the “Key to 
Town Hall”, which the elf at MW-8 just gave us.  Open the door and then 
open the chest in the room beyond the door.  The chest holds the 
Cloverleaf.

*******************************
**** Town Hall – Revisited ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            * - Cloverleaf – in a chest, behind the locked door 
            * - Big Healing Potion – in a chest, behind the locked door 
            * - Garlic Atomizer – in a chest, behind the locked door 
            Map of the Enchanted Forest – in a chest / casket at the top 
                  of the stairs.
            2 Small Healing Potion – on railing on the second floor
            Medium Healing Potion – on railing on the second floor
            Big Healing Potion – on railing on the second floor
            Small Healing Potion – near statue behind the female elf
            Garlic Atomizer – near statue behind the female elf.
            
      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to Tiralin West

      Characters: 
            Male Elf – Mayor – He will now tell you to fulfill the 
                  prophecy
            Female Elf – tells you about how bad humans are.
                        
      Notes: 
            The Book on the top level with tells you about the Fairy 
      Card of Nature. 

* - A new item available behind the door opened with the “Key to Town 
Hall”.

********************************
**** Finding the Fairy Horn ****
********************************

      Next on our list is the Fairy Horn.  The Fairy Horn is similar to 
the Ocean Conch, but it works on all fairies.  The Fairy Horn will allow 
you to summon a fairy from a spawn point, if the fairy doesn’t 
automatically attack you.  Every level that has wild fairies features 
certain fairy spawn points.  At each spawn point, a wild fairy can 
attack you.  If a fairy doesn’t attack you at a spawn point, then the 
fairy is sleeping.  You can use the Fairy Horn to wake a sleeping fairy, 
forcing it to attack you.

      The Fairy Horn is also located in Tiralin.  This horn is behind 
the locked doors of the Catacombs.  Enter the catacombs and go to the 
locked door (near the owl and the Magic Merchant.)  Open the locked door 
with the “Heavy Iron Key” and proceed to the Lower Catacombs.

*************************
**** Lower Catacombs ****
*************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins scattered about this level.
            Golden Sphere – found by following the left wall 
            3 Fairy Coins – found to the right of the entrance
            8 Fairy Coins – found by taking your first right then a left
            2 Small Healing Potions – found by taking a right then a 
                  left
            5 Fairy Coins – found by taking a right then a left
            2 Crystal Spheres – found near the chest with the Fairy Horn
            Fairy Horn – in a chest, found in a blue tinted room
            2 Golden Spheres – found by following the right wall from 
                  the entrance

      Wild Fairies:
            Energy fairies – Violectra
            Dark fairies – Manox, Turnox
            Chaos fairies – Rasrow, Akritar

      Exits:
            Exit to Catacombs

      Characters: 
            None
            
***************************************
**** Finding the Fairy Card of PSI ****
***************************************

      The next item on the list is the Fairy Card of PSI, however the 
wild fairies we’ll encounter on the way to getting the card are more 
important than the card itself.  With the Fairy Card of PSI, a PSI fairy 
in the active fairy slot will face the closest wild fairy.  The caveat 
to this is that you may not be able to activate the wild fairy that the 
PSI fairy finds.  Sometimes the PSI fairy will look at a pillar or tree 
and you won’t find any wild fairy, even with the Fairy Horn.

      The Fairy Card of PSI is located in the Ruins in the Forest.  The 
gate to the Ruins in the forest is on the far end of Tiralin West.  The 
gate is locked, but you can open it with the “Heavy Iron Key”. Unlock 
the gate and enter the road to the Ruins in the Forest, EF-5

************************************
**** EF-5, the Enchanted Forest ****
************************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins scattered about this level.
            Crystal Sphere – to the left of the road
            Golden Sphere – to the left of the bridge
            Mana Potion – behind a large rock, to the right of the 
                  bridge
            Golden Carrot – to the left of the ruins
            Small Healing Potion – to the right of the far side of the 
                  bridge
            Medium Healing Potion – to the right of the far side of the 
                  bridge

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Tinefol, Pfoe
            Dark fairies – Manox, Turnox
            Energy fairies - Violectra

      Exits:
            Exit to Tiralin West
            Exit to the Ruins in the Forest

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There is a Pixie on top of some ruins here.  You need an Air 
      fairy to reach the Pixie.  There are some Sparkling Lights near some of 
      the ruins before the Pixie.  These lights will create a stone disc you 
      need to reach the Pixie.

*********************************
**** The Ruins in the Forest ****
*********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins on the pathway to the ruins.
            Evolutionary Magic of Nature – to the left of the pathway to 
                  the ruins
            Evolutionary Magic of Nature – to the right of the pathway 
                  to the ruins
            Healing Herbs – on the left side of the ruins
            Small Healing Potion – on the left side of the ruins
            Crystal Sphere – behind the ruins
            6 Fairy Coins – behind the ruins
            7 Fairy Coins – on the right side of the ruins
            Healing Herbs – inside the ruins, on the left side
            Fairy Card of PSI – in the center of the ruins

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Tinefol, Pfoe
            Light fairies – Lighane, Driane
            Energy fairies - Darbue

      Exits:
            Exit to EF-5, the Enchanted Forest

      Characters: 
            None

*********************************
**** Getting a Missing Pixie ****
*********************************

      When we were going to the Ice Caves, we missed a Pixie in MW-7, 
because we didn’t have the Fairy Card of Air.  Now that we have this 
card, go back and fetch the Pixie.  MW-7 is between the Dwarf Tower and 
the Mountain Peaks.  Use either rune and get the Pixie.

***********************************************
**** Getting the Evolutionary Magic of Air ****
***********************************************

      Go to MP-1, the first snow world outside of the Dark Cave.  
Instead of taking a left towards the Ice Caves, take a right.  This will 
lead you to a level separated by Air Eddies, MP-3.

*********************************
**** MP-3, the Mountain Pass ****
*********************************

      Items Available:
            Evolutionary Magic of Air – on the far portion of this level

      Wild Fairies:
            Ice fairies – Greezloc, Glacess

      Exits:
            Exit to MP-1, the Mountain Pass

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There is a Pixie on the far part of the level.

*********************************************************
**** Tying Up Some Loose Ends in the Realm of Clouds ****
*********************************************************

      With an Air fairy, we can get another Evolutionary Magic of 
Nature.  There is one on top of a pillar in the East Pavilion.  Jumping 
on top of the first pillar will throw you on some Sparkling Lights. 
These lights will create a stone disc pathway to the Evolutionary Magic.  
You can also get a Silver Sphere on the opposite side of this level.

      When you are done collecting items or you decide you don’t want 
these items, go back to the White Cathedral.  When you enter the 
Cathedral, you will automatically confront someone there.  The Leader of 
the Shadow Elves will appear as a result of this confrontation.  Talk to 
this Shadow Elf and challenge him to a fairy duel.  When I fought this 
duel, the Shadow Elf had a Akitar Chaos fairy, a Pix Fire fairy, a Pfoe 
Nature fairy, a Taze Nature fairy, and a Ceramnis Water fairy.  

      After you defeat the Shadow Elf, talk to the imprisoned character.  
This will free the character.  The now freed character will tell you to 
go to the Shadow Realm to defeat the Guard.  We can’t finish this task 
yet, because we first need to go to the Lava Caves.  So, let’s get back 
to our quest to enter the Lava Caves.

************************************************************************
************** PART 10 – ENTERING THE LAVA CAVES, PART 2 ***************
************************************************************************

****************************************
**** Getting the Fairy Card of Fire ****
****************************************

      The next step to entering the Lava Caves is to find the Fairy Card 
of Fire.  This card is located in a garden next to the Forest Hut.

      At the end of this past section, I have 75 fairies caught right 
now in 70 different fairy varieties.  I’m missing five Fire fairies, 
Suane, the highest Light fairy, and one Metal fairy.  I found some 
Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves in the Forgotten Dwarf factory.  With 
these tools, I was able to evolve one of my Metal fairies.  I didn’t 
have enough tools to evolve the other fairy.  I currently have caught 24 
Pixies.

      To get the Fairy Card of Fire, we are going to have to fight a 
pretty nasty set battle against several Nature fairies.  Some of the 
Nature fairies will invariably have “Oak Skin” or “Thorn Armour”, which 
will make our first five attacks against them ineffective.  Since all 
the only fairies you will fight getting to this battle will be Nature 
fairies, feel free put five fairies that are strong against Nature 
fairies.  I’m going to bring my strongest Energy fairy, a LighBue, and 
give it the “Homesickness” spell.  This spell will give back any damage 
my Energy fairy gets, including Poison damage.  I’m also going to arm my 
highest PSI fairy with the “Quake of Power” spell, which does the same 
thing as the Homesickness” spell.  I’ll give the PSI fairy a Fire Attack 
spell, so it can actually do some damage against the Nature fairies.  My 
plan is to use the Energy fairy and the PSI fairy to weaken the opposing 
Nature fairies.  I will then use the Ice, Fire and Metal fairies in my 
deck to deal with the survivors.  At worst, I may end of losing my 
Energy and PSI fairies, but I should still be able to win this fight 
fairly easily.

      When you have the fairy deck of your choice, go to the Forest Hut.  
Take the other exit to enter EF-7.  (If you’ve talked to the Forest Elf 
in Dunmore after clearing all of the Prickly Bushes around the Forest 
Hut, the Forest Elf will be here.  This elf will convert two Small 
Healing Potions into one Big Healing Potion.  If you’ve got extra Small 
Healing Potions, this is a really good deal.)

************************************
**** EF-7, the Enchanted Forest ****
************************************

      Items Available:
            There are eight Fairy Coins leading to the set battle 
                  location.
            Fairy Card of Fire – high in the air, accessible by stone 
                  discs created when you defeat the Keeper.

      Wild Fairies:
            Nature fairies – Tinefol, Pfoe

      Exits:
            Exit to the Forest Hut

      Characters: 
            Keeper of the Fairy Card – a Blumella Nature fairy that 
      challenges you to a fairy duel.  Defeat her and her friends and 
      you will gain access to the Fairy Card of Fire.  You will end up 
      fighting six Nature fairies, four Pfoes and two Blumellas.  

      Notes:
            There is a Pixie near the entrance to this level.

      Defeat the fairies and get the Fairy Card of Fire.

****************************************************
**** Getting the Elemental Elevator Key of Fire ****
****************************************************

      After getting the Fairy Card of Fire, go back to London and get 
balanced fairy deck, making sure you include a Stone fairy.  Then, use 
the Fairy Garden Rune to go to Rafi’s Cave.  From there, blow up the 
boulder blocking the exit to the right of the cave.  This opens the way 
to FG-7.

*********************************
**** FG-7, the Fairy Gardens ****
*********************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to Rafi’s Cave
            Exit to RC-5, the Realm of the Clouds (Junkyard in the Sky)

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There is a Pixie near the elevator.

      Take the elevator to the Junkyard in the Sky.

*********************************************************
**** RC-5, the Realm of Clouds (Junkyard in the Sky) ****
*********************************************************

      Items Available:
            3 Fairy Coins – to the right from the elevator
            3 sets of 2 Tools of the Dwarves – one set of two in each 
                  chest
            Golden Sphere – in the air, accessible by stepping into the 
                  Sparkling lights to the right of the Sphere

      Wild Fairies:
            Metal fairies – Minari

      Exits:
            Exit to FG-7, the Fairy Gardens

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There are Sparkling Lights to the right of the Golden 
      Sphere.  Stepping in the lights will create a couple of stone discs that 
      you can use to reach the Golden Sphere.  One of the discs will be moving 
      up and down.  Save before you try to Golden Sphere.  You may run into 
      one of the bugs in this game.  Sometimes when you are on a moving disc, 
      you will end up following through the disc.  This usually happens when 
      the disc changes directions from down to up.  I’ve noticed that if you 
      jump straight up right when the disc stops going down, you will usually 
      avoid this bug.

      In front of you are three chests.  When you approach the chest, 
you will trigger a set battle with four Metal fairies.  This battle is 
similar to the one you’ve already fought in the Forgotten Dwarf Factory.  
Once you get the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves, use the Dwarf Tower 
rune.  Go through the opening, which use to be blocked by a Dwarf.  This 
will take you back to MW-5.

**********************************************
**** MW-5, the Mountain World – Revisited ****
**********************************************

      Items Available:
            Elemental Key of Fire – in the chest on the floating stone 
                  disc
 
      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to the Tower of the Dwarves

      Characters: 
            Dwarf – Tells you that he is guarding access to a rare Dwarf 
                  treasure.  Talk to him and he will create four moving discs 
                  that lead you to the chest.  The treasure is the chest 
                  floating out in space.

      Notes:
           There is one of the transporting lights near the entrance to 
      this level.  This light dumps you out just below the far of bridge.  Use 
      this light to get to the moving stone discs that lead you to the chest.

      Talk to the Dwarf and he will create a series of moving stone 
discs to the chest.  Take your time making your way across the moving 
stones.  You have to be at the edge of the disc to make it to the next 
disc.  If you die, you will be recreated near the lower transporting 
light.  The moving discs will disappear when you reload, so you have to 
go back to the Dwarf and get him to recreate the moving discs.

*********************************
**** Entering the Lava Caves ****
*********************************

      Now that we have the Elemental Key of Fire, the Fairy Card of 
Fire, and at least one Evolutionary Stone of Fire.  If you haven’t 
already made a Tinezard, by evolving a Tinefol with an Evolutionary 
Stone of Fire, do so now.  When you have a Tinezard, add it to your 
fairy deck.  You will also need at least one fairy that is strong 
against Fire fairies.  Finally, you will need one Air fairy to get over 
some Air Eddies.  Once you have these items, take the Monagham Rune. 

******************************************************
**** Monagham, Village of the Dwarves – revisited ****
******************************************************

      Talk to the Dwarf Smith near the Monagham rune destination.  Now 
that you have some Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves, he thank you the 
first time you talk to him.  After this, the Smith will be able to sell 
you Metal fairy spells.  The Smith is just like a Magic Merchant, except 
the Smith never seems to have any blanks in his spell selection.  He 
will sell you all of the Metal fairy spells, except the lowest level 
attack spell.

      While you are in Monagham, you can go down to some of the lower 
huts to talk with some Dwarves that have newly arrived.  All these 
dwarves tell you are that you should destroy the Guard in the Shadow 
Realm.  This really isn’t important, so you can ignore all of the lower 
houses for now.

      When you’re done in Monagham, go to the house to the right of the 
Monagham rune destination.  The door is locked, but if you have some 
Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves, you can pull the lever outside.  Pulling 
the lever will open the door.  Inside the building is an elevator.  With 
the Elemental Key of Fire, you can use the elevator to enter the Lava 
Caves.

      The only thing you need to do in the Lava Caves is capture a Pix 
fire fairy.

******************************
**** LC-1, the Lava Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to Monagham – via the elevator
            Exit to LC-2, the Lava Caves

      Characters: 
            None

      This is actually called the Dark Caves by the game, but the Lava 
Caves is really more accurate.  Cross the Air Eddies to the far caves.  
Be careful, because these Air Eddies are one of the hardest sets in the 
game to use.

******************************
**** LC-2, the Lava Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are Crystals all over the ground here.

      Wild Fairies:
            Fire fairies - Dracwin

      Exits:
            Exit to LC-1, the Lava Caves
            Exit to LC-3, the Lava Caves

      Characters: 
            None

      Follow the stepping stones to LC-3.

******************************
**** LC-3, the Lava Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are Crystals all over the ground here.

      Wild Fairies:
            Fire fairies - Dracwin

      Exits:
            Exit to LC-2, the Lava Caves
            Exit to LC-4, the Lava Caves (the two exits along the top of 
                  this level, not including exit near the exit to LC-2)
            Exit to LC-5, the Lava Caves (the exit along the bottom of 
                  this level and the exit near the exit to LC-2)

      Characters: 
            None

      The exits off of the ramps on this level will take you to one of 
the other Lava Cave levels.

******************************
**** LC-4, the Lava Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There are Crystals all over the ground here.
            2 Evolutionary Magics of Fire – in a small cave off to the 
                  side of the main path
            Silver Sphere – in a chest next to the Evolutionary Magics 
                  of Fire
            Golden Carrot – in a chest next to the Evolutionary Magics 
      of Fire

      Wild Fairies:
            Fire fairies – Dracwin, Pix, Ferix

      Exits:
            Exit to LC-3, the Lava Caves

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            You will need a Fire fairy as your active fairy to survive 
on this level for more than a couple of seconds.

******************************
**** LC-5, the Lava Caves ****
******************************

      Items Available:
            There is one Crystal on the ground here.
            Evolutionary Magic of Fire – behind a stone near the 
entrance to the level

      Wild Fairies:
            Fire fairies – Dracwin, Pix, Ferix

      Exits:
            Exit to LC-3, the Lava Caves

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            You will need a Fire fairy as your active fairy to survive 
on this level for more than a couple of seconds.

      The only thing you need to do while you are in the Lava Caves is 
catch a Pix Fire fairy.  Don’t leave the Lava Caves until you catch a 
Pix fairy.  Be careful, because Pix fairies are really fast.  Once you 
weaken a Pix enough to capture it, you may have to quickly maneuver 
yourself to catch it before you flee.

************************************************************************
******* PART 11 – TRAINING AND COMPLETING YOUR FAIRY COLLECTION ********
************************************************************************

      At this point in the game, you have the potential to have a 
complete collection of all the 77 different fairy varieties.  The only 
section of the game that is left, the Shadow Realm, has the same fairies 
that you can catch elsewhere.  If you are missing some fairies, then you 
either need to train some of your existing fairies up until they evolve 
to a higher form or catch some different wild fairies.

      If you want to complete your fairy collection, take the time now 
to finish it.  If you need to capture some more fairies, look through 
the walkthrough levels above or in the fairy lists below to find out 
where you can capture one.  If you need to give your fairies more 
experience, then you need to start training your fairy.

      To train your fairy, go to some area where there are wild fairies 
that your fairy is strong against.  For example, if you are trying to 
raise a Stone fairy, go to the Realm of Clouds and fight a bunch of Air 
fairies.  You will have to use the Fairy Horn or the Ocean Conch to get 
the maximum impact from your training sessions.  Also, to reach some of 
the higher levels, you need a lot of experience points.  Use some of 
your spare Fairy Coins to buy some Golden Carrots.  Golden Carrots will 
give your fairy one experience point less than the amount your fairy 
needs to get to the next level.

      Some of the places that I’ve found are good to train fairies are:

      The Waterfalls of MW-8, near the Cottage is a great place to find 
Water fairies.  This is a good place to train Air, Energy, Ice, and 
Chaos fairies.  Water fairies don’t really have any spells that should 
cause you any troubles.

      The Mountain Peaks, MW-2, at the Mountain rune destination, is a 
good place to find Ice fairies.  Ice fairies will give you a bunch of 
experience with minimal risk to resistant fairies.  The Mountain Peaks 
are a good place to train PSI and Fire fairies.

      The Forgotten Dwarf Workshop in Monagham has two Metal fairy spawn 
points.  You have to be somewhat careful training with Metal fairies, 
since they seem to be able to damage even resistant fairies.  The 
Forgotten Dwarf Workshop is a good place to train Air, Water, Energy, 
and Ice fairies.

      The Dark Caves in DC-1, is a good place to find some PSI fairies.  
PSI fairies are somewhat dangerous to train with, because of the “Quake 
of Power” spell.  This spell will cause you damage every time you attack 
the PSI fairy.  If this spell is active on the PSI fairy, you will see a 
blue shield above the fairy in the arena.  When I see this spell active 
on a PSI fairy, I usually just run for the exit.  Fighting a PSI fairy 
with this defensive spell will quickly burn through your supplies of 
Healing Potions and Healing Herbs.  The Dark Caves are a good place to 
train Nature, Air, Energy, Dark, Chaos, and Metal fairies.

      The pillars in RC-2, in the Realm of the Clouds, are a good place 
to find Air fairies.  The Air fairies here don’t really give you a lot 
of experience, but this is a pretty safe place to train.  The worst 
thing an Air fairy can do to you is slow down your spell-charging rate.  
The Realm of Sky is a good place to train Stone, Ice, Fire, and Dark 
fairies.

      This leaves us looking for a place to train our Light fairies.  
There are two good places to train Light fairies.  The best place is in 
the Shadow Realms, but the Lower Catacombs in Tiralin are also a good 
place to train.  Training Light fairies can be dangerous.  The Light 
fairy, Driane, doesn’t have a whole lot of hit points when you first 
catch her.  The fairies in the two above places can cause a bunch of 
damage to your Light fairy until you train it to a high enough level.

      At the end of this past section, I had caught 80 fairies, with 75 
different fairy types.  I was missing a Daemonex Fire fairy and a Suane 
Light fairy.  I raised a Ferix and a Driane to a Daemonex and a Suane 
before I started the next section.  I had caught 26 Pixies at this 
point.

************************************************************************
********************* PART 12 – THE SHADOW REALM ***********************
************************************************************************

      In the Shadow Realm, there are wild Dark and Chaos fairies.  There 
are a large number of set and Fairy Master duels, so you will need a 
balanced fairy deck.  You will need to swap out fairies in your deck a 
couple of times before finishing the Shadow Realm.  You will need an Air 
fairy in your deck for the first part of the Shadow Realm to get past 
some Air Eddies.

      I’m going to take a set deck of four fairies, plus one fairy that 
I’ll change, depending on where I am.  My set deck will have one level 
47 Ice fairy (Greezloc), one level 36 PSI fairy (Clumaur), one level 40 
Dark fairy (Dredanox), and one level 38 Light fairy (Suane).  I’ll start 
out with an Air fairy as my extra fairy.)

      Once you’ve selected your fairy deck, stock up on supplies and 
charge up your fairies’ mana.  Then, take the Dunmore Rune to get to the 
Misty Swamp.  Go to the Great Tree level.  Behind the great tree is a 
series of small islands you can hop across.  Cross these and you will 
end up in MS-6.

*******************************
**** MS-6, the Misty Swamp ****
*******************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to the Great Tree in the Misty Swamp
            Exit to SR-1, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            Owl – tells you that you are on your own in the Shadow Realm

      Open the gate with the Heavy Iron Key and proceed through the 
level.  Enter the Shadow Realm.

********************************
**** SR-1, the Shadow Realm ****
********************************

      Items Available:
            2 Big Healing Potions – near the entrance to the level
            5 Fairy Coins – in a bag, at the bottom of the ramp
            3 Fairy Coins – in a bag, at the bottom of the ramp
            Golden Carrot – on a ledge to the right of the level – You 
                  have to jump on two moving discs to get to this item.
            
      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos Fairies – Rasrow, Akritar

      Exits:
            Exit to MS-6, the Misty Swamp
            Exit to SR-2, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf – blocking the bottom of the sloped ramp into 
                  this level.  When I fought this Shadow Elf, it had 
                  one Water fairy, one Ice Fairy, one PSI fairy, one 
                  Dark fairy, and one Chaos fairy.  All the fairies 
                  were level 45 or higher.
            Shadow Elf 2 – This elf is blocking the bottom of a bridge, 
                  just past the Pixie.  When I fought this Shadow Elf, 
                  it a had one Fygaery Nature fairy, one Fathrael Air 
                  fairy, one JumRock Stone fairy, one Tinezard Fire 
                  fairy, and one Goop Water fairy.  All of the fairies 
                  where level 47 or higher, with most of them being in 
                  the fifties.

      Notes:
            There are some Sparkling Lights just to the left of the 
      first left turn in this level.  These lights generate 13 Fairy Coins, 
      although some of the coins may get stuck on top of the broken arch.
            There is a Pixie on this level.  To get to the Pixie, you 
      need an Air fairy.  Jump on the two Air Eddies on the opposite side of 
      main walkway as the Pixie.  These Eddies will drop you onto some 
      Sparkling Lights.  These lights will create a path for you to reach the 
      Pixie.  You will have to walk behind a broken wall and along a narrow 
      ledge to reach these Air Eddies.

********************************
**** SR-2 the Shadow Realm *****
********************************

      Items Available:
            Small Healing Potion – near the entrance of this level
            Medium Healing Potion – near the entrance of this level
            Path of Fairy coins – in the big room – This path of coins 
                  leads to the area where you can find the Red Bone Key.  
                  Step into the Sparkling Lights, then follow the discs 
                  to the chest with the Red Bone Key.
            Big Healing Potion – on the way to the chest with the Red 
                  Bone Key
            Red Bone Key – in a chest, on a ledge
            3 Fairy Coins – in a bag, behind the door locked by the Red 
                  Skull
            5 Fairy Coins – in a bag, behind the door locked by the Red 
                  Skull
            There are 3 Fairy Coins behind the Green Skull door.
            
      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos Fairies – Rasrow, Akritar
            Dark Fairies – Manox

      Exits:
            Exit to SR-1, the Shadow Realm
            Exit to SR-3, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            Leader of the Shadow Elves – He is blocking the access to 
                  the back portion of this level.  When I fought this Shadow 
                  Elf, he had one Skelrath Chaos fairy, one Lighbue Energy 
                  fairy, one Glacess Ice fairy, one Psyrow Chaos fairy, and 
                  one JumRock Stone fairy.  These fairies’ levels where from 
                  the high twenties to the mid-forties.

      Notes:
            Behind the Leader of the Shadow Elves is a room with three 
      locked exits.  You will need a different colored Bone Key to open these 
      locks.  This area is also the destination of the Shadow Rune.  There are 
      some sparkling lights near the back of this room.  These lights create a 
      path to the chest that holds the Red Bone Key.

      Get the Red Bone Key and open the door locked by the Red Skull.  
Follow the walkway behind the Red Skull’s door until you reach SR-3.

********************************
**** SR-3, the Shadow Realm ****
********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins along the walkway of this level
            Rune of the Shadow Realm – accessible by jumping on two 
                  moving discs – This Rune in on your right when you enter this 
                  level.
            Golden Sphere – accessible by jumping on three moving 
                  platforms on the left side of this level
            Big Healing Potion – on a small platform, along the way to 
                  the Magic Merchant
            Garlic Atomizer – on a small platform, along the way to the 
                  Magic Merchant
            Small Healing Potion – in front of the Magic Merchant
            Green Bone Key – in a chest / casket near the Magic Merchant

      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos Fairies – Rasrow, Akritar
            Dark Fairies – Manox
      Exits:
            Exit to SR-2, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            Magic Merchant – sells Ice, Fire, Dark, and Chaos fairy 
                  spells

      Grab the Green Bone Key and the Rune of the Shadow Realm.  Return 
to the room in SR-2 with the three gates.  Open the Green Skull with the 
Green Bone Key.  For the next section, you will only need an Air fairy 
if you want to get a Silver Sphere, a Golden Sphere, and some Healing 
Herbs.  If this seems worth it to you, bring an Air fairy.  If this 
doesn’t seem worth the effort to you, go back to London and trade your 
Air fairy for a Pix Fire fairy.  (If you don’t bring a Pix Fire fairy to 
the next section, you will have to do some backtracking later.)  Follow 
the newly opened passage to SR-4.

********************************
**** SR-4 the Shadow Realm *****
********************************

      Items Available:
            Map of the Shadow Realm – in chest between the two wooden 
                  bridge paths.
            3 Fairy Coins – in a bag, near the chest with the Map of the 
                  Shadow Realm
            5 Fairy Coins – in a bag, near the chest with the Map of the 
                  Shadow Realm
            Medium Healing Potion – near the chest holding the Map of 
                        the Shadow Realm
            There are several Fairy Coins on the wooden walkway to the 
                  second Shadow Elf.
            Golden Sphere – This Sphere is accessible by jumping over 
                  three Air Eddies into a Sparkling Light.  The Sparkling 
                  Lights will then create three moving stone discs plus an 
                  additional stone disc under the Sphere.  It’s really not 
                  worth the effort to get this sphere.  The Air Eddies and 
                  the Golden Sphere are to the right of this level.
            Silver Sphere – This Sphere is accessible by jumping over 
                  two sets of two Air Eddies.  The Air Eddies are located 
                  next to this level’s exit.  This Sphere is really not worth 
                  the effort to collect.
            Healing Herbs – located next to the Silver Sphere.

      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos Fairies – Rasrow, Akritar
            Dark Fairies – Manox

      Exits:
            Exit to SR-2, the Shadow Realm
            Exit to SR-5, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            Shadow Elf – A Shadow Elf is blocking the access to most of 
                  this level.  When I fought this Shadow Elf, it had one 
                  Fathrael Air fairy, one Psyrow Chaos fairy, one Greezloc 
                  Ice fairy, one Goop Water fairy, and one JumRock Stone fairy.  
                  These fairies’ levels where from the mid-forties to the 
                  mid-fifties.
            Shadow Elf 2 – This Shadow Elf is guarding the far end of 
                  the left wooden walkway.  When I fought this Shadow Elf, it 
                  had two Greezloc Ice fairy, one Clumaur PSI fairy, one Goop 
                  Water fairy, and one Turnox Dark fairy.  All of these fairies 
                  had levels in the mid to upper forties.

********************************
**** SR-5 the Shadow Realm *****
********************************

      Items Available:
            There are Fairy Coins all along the walkways of this level.
            Garlic Atomizer – on the first platform of this level
            Golden Carrot – on the first platform of this level
            Golden Sphere – accessible by jumping on two moving discs to 
                  the right side of this level
            2 Golden Spheres – accessible by jumping on three moving 
                  discs at the back of this level, near the throne
            2 Golden Carrots – near the two Skeletons

      Wild Fairies:
            Chaos Fairies – Rasrow, Akritar
            Dark Fairies – Manox

      Exits:
            Exit to SR-4, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            Skeleton – tells you about his friend behind him.  He says 
                  his friend wants to find a Fire fairy.
            Skeleton 2 – He wants to see a Pix fairy.  If you show him a 
                  Pix Fire fairy, he will give you the Blue Bone Key in 
                  return.  You won’t lose your Pix Fire fairy in this 
                  exchange, since the Skeleton only wants to see the fairy.

      If you have a Pix Fire fairy, show it to the second Skeleton.  If 
you don’t have a Pix Fire fairy, you will have to go back to London and 
add a Pix Fire fairy to your deck.  If you haven’t caught a Pix Fire 
fairy yet, then you have to go back to the Lava Caves.  Sections 7 and 9 
in the walkthrough above describe how you get into the Lava Caves and 
catch a Pix Fire fairy.

      Once you show the second Skeleton your Pix Fire fairy, you no 
longer need it.  Go back to London and make the strongest fairy deck you 
can.  When you are done, use the Rune of the Shadow Realm.  Open the 
door locked by the Blue Skull with the Blue Bone Key.  Proceed through 
the walkway to SR-6.

      For this part of the walkthrough, I am using a level 55 Light 
fairy, Suane, a level 33 Water fairy, Oceana, a level 39 PSI fairy, 
Clumaur, a level 44 Dark fairy, Dredanox, and a level 52 Ice fairy, 
Greezloc.  I’ve pumped up my Light fairy over the last few levels.  She 
has been doing all of the fighting against the wild fairies.  I’ve also 
given her about four carrots to help her advance.  I’m doing this more 
to fill out the experience charts than out of a real need for a better 
fairy.  Already, my Light fairy can defeat all of the wild fairies in 
one shot.  (She’s using “Light Arrow” and “Lucky Dip” as her primary 
offensive and passive spells.

********************************
**** SR-6 the Shadow Realm *****
********************************

      Items Available:
            None

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to SR-2, the Shadow Realm
            Exit to SR-7, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            None

      Notes:
            There is a Pixie in the middle of this level.

********************************
**** SR-7 the Shadow Realm *****
********************************

      Items Available:
            Small Healing Potion – just past the end of the bridge at 
                  the start of the level
            There are Crystals on some of the platforms in this level.
            Garlic Atomizer – to the left of the level entrance – 
                  accessible by jumping on the rotating disc.
            Golden Sphere – This Sphere is accessible by jumping over 
                  two sets of rotating discs, plus three moving discs.  
                  This Sphere is definitely not worth the effort.  If 
                  you do decide to get the Sphere, save your game after 
                  getting it.  You can then jump off the ledge and 
                  automatically restart your game on the wooden bridge.  
                  There’s no point going through those jumps again to get 
                  back to the bridge. 
            Small Healing Potion – on the second platform to the left – 
                  the first left hand platform that is accessible by a bridge
            Healing Herbs – behind the second platform
            2 Garlic Atomizers – on the third platform to the left
            Big Healing Potion – on the third platform to the left
            2 Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves – on a chest accessible 
                  from the third platform on the left via to moving discs
            Small Healing Potion – next to the chest with the 2 
                  Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves
            Small Healing Potion – on a disc, accessible by hopping over 
                  two moving discs from the platform with the chest
            There are two Fairy Coins on the bridge to the third 
                  platform on the right.
            
      Wild Fairies:
            Energy Fairies – Violectra
            Dark Fairies – Manox, Turnox

      Exits:
            Exit to SR-6, the Shadow Realm
            Exit to the Dark Cathedral

      Characters: 
            The General and a Shadow Elf – The General is blocking the 
      bridge that leads to the exit of this level.  When you approach the 
      General, another Shadow Elf appears behind you.  You have to fight both 
      Shadow Elves at the same time to defeat them.  When I fought these 
      Shadow Elves, they had one Manox Dark fairy, one Segbuzz Chaos fairy, 
      one Turnox Dark fairy, one Taze Nature fairy, and one Amnis Water fairy, 
      one Rasrow Chaos fairy, one Maulrow Chaos fairy, one Dracwin Fire fairy, 
      and one Flagwin Fire fairy.  Most fairies’ levels where from the mid-
      forties to the mid-fifties.  There were a few fairies that were in the 
      high twenties through low thirties.
            
      The final battle on this level is especially difficult because you 
have two Fairy Masters.  They work together pretty well, so you will 
probably end up with a situation where your fairy is strong against one 
of the fairies and weak against the other.  

      I had level 59 Suane Light fairy as my lead fairy.  She was able 
to defeat the first five fairies by herself.  My Water fairy defeated 
the two Fire fairies and my Ice fairy took care of the rest.  Since you 
probably won’t have fairies that are quite as high as the ones I was 
using, this fight will be much more challenging.  The first time I did 
this fight, I won with one fairy left with about five hit points.  
Again, this is probably the hardest fight in the game.

      After defeating these two Shadow Elves, continue across the bridge 
and enter the Dark Cathedral.

*****************************
**** The Dark Cathedral *****
*****************************

      Items Available:
            2 Healing Herbs – on the ground floor, around the statue
            3 Big Healing Potions – on the ground floor, around the 
                  statue
            Mana Potion – on the ground floor, around the statue
            Healing Herbs – on the railing on the second floor walkway
            Big Healing Potion – on the railing on the second floor 
                  walkway
            Mana Potion – on the railing on the second floor walkway

      Wild Fairies:
            None

      Exits:
            Exit to SR-7, the Shadow Realm

      Characters: 
            The bad character – This character confronts you when you 
                  enter the Dark Cathedral.  This character will tell you 
                  some more about the Guard and then will challenge you to 
                  a fairy duel.  You will fight one Mencre PSI fairy, one 
                  Stobat Stone fairy, one JumRock Stone fairy, one Gremrock 
                  Stone fairy, and one Ceramnis Water fairy.  After the last 
                  battle, this duel is a piece of cake.
            The bad character, round 2 – The second time around, this 
                  character has one Suane Light fairy, one Lighane Light fairy, 
                  one Turnox Dark fairy, one Daemonex Fire fairy, and one 
                  Ceramnis Water fairy.  This battle is slightly harder than the 
                  last one, but it is still not too challenging.

      Notes:
            The final two Pixies are at the top of this level.

      To save spoiling the plot for everyone, I won’t refer to the final 
character you fight by name.  If you’ve gotten this far, you should know 
whom you are going to face.  Anyway this character will challenge you to 
a fairy duel when you enter the Dark Cathedral.  Win this fairy duel and 
the bad character will appear on the top level of the Cathedral.

      Enter the door to the left of the statue.  Follow the ramp up to 
the top of the Cathedral and challenge the bad character to another 
fairy duel.  This one is a little more challenging than the last one, 
but it is still pretty easy.  Once you defeat the character a second 
time, you can fight the Guard.  However, fighting the Guard will end the 
game. So, if you want to do anything else, like drop off the last Pixies 
or finish your fairy collection, do it now.  You might want to give 
yourself a set of fairies that are strong against Metal fairies.  The 
final battle is against Metal fairies.  You can also give some of your 
stronger fairies spells that are strong against Metal fairies.  Do this 
will make the final battle much easier.

      The final battle will be in a slightly different style arena.  You 
will only be fighting Metal fairies in this battle.  There are five 
Metal fairies defending the Guard, two Minari, one Megari, and two 
Gigarex.  However, the arena itself has three mounted “guns” that shot 
powerful Metal spells at you.  To beat this arena, you have to defeat 
all of the Metal fairies and the three metal guns.  Personally, I found 
it easiest to defeat the guns first and then go after the Metal fairies.  
If a Metal fairy passes in front of me, I will take a shot at it instead 
of the guns, but I won’t actively hunt down the Metal fairies until I’ve 
defeated all three guns.

      I usually back myself up against the middle post on the floor of 
this level.  This gives only one gun a shot at me.  I take out the first 
gun and then back away from the center post until I see the head on top 
of the level.  From here, I hide, charge up my spell, fire at the head, 
then hide back against the center post.  Once I’ve defeated the head, I 
go after the final gun, dodging behind the archway, if possible.  Once 
the final gun is defeated, I go after the Metal fairies.

      One final note, don’t bother going after any of the coins that 
appear during this fight.  You won’t get a chance to save the game after 
winning this battle, so you won’t get to keep any of the coins.  You 
also won’t gain any experience from this battle.

      When you defeat the Guard, you will get a final cutscene and the 
game will end.  You don’t get any special ending or award for capturing 
all of the fairy varieties, collecting all of the pixies, etc.

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***************************** THE LISTS ********************************
************************************************************************

      The following lists tell you where the important items are in the 
game.  These are MAJOR SPOILERS, but use them if you are having trouble 
finding item you need to continue on your way.  You will probably need 
the maps to make the most sense out of the walkthrough section, 
especially if you don’t follow the walkthrough step by step.

************************************************************************
******************************* THE MAPS *******************************
************************************************************************

      It’s rather difficult to give directions in the game.  While the 
maps in the game are helpful, it’s hard to actually describe your 
position relative to the game map.  I’m going to try my hand at some 
ASCII maps and see if that makes things a little clearer.

**********************************
**** Map of the Fairy Gardens ****
**********************************

       to MW-1 (the Mountain World Map) 
             |
             |
             |
             |
           FG-5 - - - MW-8 - - - DC-5
             |
             |
             |
             |
           FG-4         FG-7 - - - RC-5 (Junkyard in the Sky)
             |            |
             |            |
             |            |
             |            |
    - - - Cottage      Rafi’s Cave
    |        |            |
  Cellar     |            |
             |            |
             |            |
           FG-3        Endeva - - - FG-6 – to EF-1 (Enchant Forest Map)
             |            |           |
             |            |           |
             |            |         to EF-3 (Enchanted Forest Map)
             |            |
           FG-2 - - - - FG-1
            
Walkthrough Section That Describes Each Map Level:
      Rafi’s Cave – Part 1, Finding a Fairy
      Endeva, Village in the Garden of the Fairies – Part 1, Finding 
            a Fairy
      FG-1 – Part 2, Getting Out of the Fairy Gardens
      FG-2 – Part 2, Getting Out of the Fairy Gardens
      FG-3 – Part 2, Getting Out of the Fairy Gardens
      The Cottage – Part 2, Getting Out of the Fairy Gardens
      FG-4 – Part 2, Getting Out of the Fairy Gardens and Part 5, 
            Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the Elemental 
            Key of Earth
      FG-5 – Part 2, Getting Out of the Fairy Gardens
      FG-6 – Part 3, To Tiralin
      Cottage Cellar – Part 4, Getting the Fairy Card of Nature
      MW-8 – Part 8, Entering the Lava Caves, Part 1
      DC-5 – Part 8, Entering the Lava Caves, Part 1
      FG-7 - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> Getting the Elemental 
            Elevator Key of Fire
      RC-5 (Junkyard in the Sky) - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> 
            Getting the Elemental Elevator Key of Fire

Rune Destinations on this Map:
      Rafi’s Cave – Rune of the Fairy Garden destination
      Cottage – Cottage Rune destination

************************************
**** Map of the Enchanted Forest****
************************************

               Ruins in the Forest
                       |
                       |
                       |
                      EF-5
                       |
                       |
(Fairy                 |
Garden Map)            |
FG-6 - - EF-1 - - Tiralin West - - Town Hall
  |                    |
  |                    |            - - - DC-1 (the Mountain World Map)
  |                    |            | 
  |               Tiralin East - - EF-2 - - MS-1 (Misty Swamp Map)
  |                    |
  |                    |
  |                    |
  |                Catacombs
  |                    |
  |                    |
  |                    |
  |             Lower Catacombs
  |
EF-3 - - - - EF-4 - - - - Forest Hut - - - EF-7

Walkthrough Section That Describes Each Map Level:
      EF-1 – Part 3, To Tiralin
      Tiralin West – Part 3, To Tiralin
      Town Hall – Part 3, To Tiralin and Part 9 Some Side Quests -> 
            Finding the Cloverleaf
      Tiralin East – Part 3, To Tiralin
      Catacombs – Part 3, To Tiralin
      EF-2 – Part 3, To Tiralin
      EF-3 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Nature
      EF-4 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Nature
      The Forest Hut – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> 
            Getting the Elemental Key of Nature
      Lower Catacombs – Part 9 Some Side Quests -> Finding the Fairy 
            Horn
      EF-5 - Part 9 Some Side Quests -> Finding the Fairy Card of PSI
            The Ruins in the Forest - Part 9 Some Side Quests -> 
            Finding the Fairy Card of PSI
      EF-7 – Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> Finding the Fairy 
            Card of Fire

Rune Destinations on this Map:
      Tiralin East – Rune of the Tiralin destination

*******************************
**** Map of the Dark Swamp ****
*******************************

(The Enchanted 
 Forest Map)
 EF-2 - - - MS-1 - - - MS-5
                        |
                        |
                        |
          Dunmore - - MS-3
             |          |
             |          |
             |          |
           MS-2       MS-4
             |
             |
             |
      The Great Tree
             |
             |
             |
           MS-6
             |
             |
             |
      To SR-1 (the Shadow Realm Map)

Walkthrough Section That Describes Each Map Level:
      Dunmore – Part 4, Getting the Fairy Card of Nature
      MS-3 – Part 4, Getting the Fairy Card of Nature
      MS-4 – Part 4, Getting the Fairy Card of Nature
      MS-5 – Part 4, Getting the Fairy Card of Nature
      MS-1 – Part 4, Getting the Fairy Card of Nature
      MS-2 – Part 6, Getting the Fairy Card of Air
      The Great Tree - Part 6, Getting the Fairy Card of Air
      MS-6 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm

Rune Destinations on this Map:
      Dunmore – Rune of Dunmore destination

***********************************
**** Map of the Mountain World ****
***********************************
                         
 Ice  - - - DC-3 - - - MP-2 - - - MP-1 - - - MP-3
Caves                               |
                                    |
                                    |
       LC-4 - - - LC-3 - - LC-5   DC-2
                    |               |
                    |               |
                    |               |
       LC-1 - - - LC-2            MW-7
         |                          |
         |                          |
         |                          |
      Monagham - - - - DC-4 - - - MW-6    To
         |                          |    RC-1 (The Realm of Clouds Map)
         |                          |      |
         |                          |      |
 Old Dwarf Factory          Tower of the Dwarves - - - MW-5
                                    |
                                    |
                                    |
  MW-1 - - - MW-2 - - - MW-3 - - - MW-4 - - - DC-1 - - - EF-2
                                                    (The Enchanted 
                                                       Forest Map)

Walkthrough Section That Describes Each Map Level:
      MW-1 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Earth
      MW-2 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Earth
      MW-3 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Earth
      MW-4 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Earth
      DC-1 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Earth
            Tower of the Dwarves – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of 
            Earth –> Getting the Elemental Key of Earth
      MW-5 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air and Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves 
            -> Getting the Elemental Elevator Key of Fire
      MW-6 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air
      MW-7 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air
      DC-2 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air
      MP-1 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air
      MP-2 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air
      DC-3 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> Getting the 
            Elemental Key of Air
      The Ice Caves – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth –> 
            Getting the Elemental Key of Air
      DC-4 - Part 7, Finding the Key to the Iron Gates
      Monagham, Village of the Dwarves - Part 7, Finding the Key to 
            the Iron Gates
      Old Dwarf Factory - Part 7, Finding the Key to the Iron Gates
      MP-3 - Part 9 Some Side Quests -> Getting the Evolutionary Magic 
            of Air
      LC-1 - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> The Lava Caves 
      LC-2 - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> The Lava Caves 
      LC-3 - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> The Lava Caves 
      LC-4 - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> The Lava Caves 
      LC-5 - Part 10, Entering the Lava Caves -> The Lava Caves 

Rune Destinations on this Map:
      Tower of the Dwarves – Rune of the Dwarf Tower destination
      MP-2 – Rune of the Mountain destination
      Monagham – Rune of Monagham destination

************************************
**** Map of the Realm of Clouds ****
************************************

              The
Arena    White Cathedral
  |          |
  |          |
  |          |
RC-3       RC-4
  |          |
  |          |
  |          |
RC-1 - - - RC-2 - - - East Pavilion
  |
  |
  |
To Tower of the Dwarves
(The Mountain World Map)

Walkthrough Section That Describes Each Map Level:
      RC-1 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth
      RC-2 – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth
      East Pavilion – Part 5, Getting the Fairy Card of Earth
      RC-3 – Part 6, Getting the Fairy Card of Air
      The Arena - Part 6, Getting the Fairy Card of Air
      RC-4 – Part 7, Finding the Key to the Iron Gates
      The White Cathedral – Part 7, Finding the Key to the Iron 
            Gates

Rune Destinations on this Map:
      RC-2 – Rune of the Realm of Clouds destination

*********************************
**** Map of the Shadow Realm ****
*********************************
 
The Dark                 SR-1
Cathedral                  |
     |                     |
     |                     |
   SR-7 - - - SR-6 - - - SR-2 - - - SR-3
                           |
                           |
                           |
                         SR-4
                           |
                           |
                           |
                         SR-5

Walkthrough Section That Describes Each Map Level:
      SR-1 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      SR-2 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      SR-3 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      SR-4 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      SR-5 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      SR-6 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      SR-7 – Part 12, The Shadow Realm
      The Dark Cathedral – Part 12, The Shadow Realm

Rune Destinations on this Map:
      SR-2 – Rune of the Shadow Realm destination

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****************************** THE FAIRIES *****************************
************************************************************************

************************
**** Fairy Overview ****
************************

      This section lists all of the fairies you can capture, separated 
by fairy type.  Within each type, the fairies are listed in the order 
that they appear in your Book of Fairies.

      For each Fairy Type, I’ll give my opinions of that type, when I 
think they should be used, and how they should fight.  Under this is the 
list of each fairy of the current type.  

For each fairy, I’ll give list its Hit Points, Dexterity, Jump 
Ability, and Special, as listed in the Book of Fairies.  Each fairy can 
have one to five dots associated with an ability.  I’ve assigned each 
level a different name.  These names are:

      One dot:    Lowest
      Two dots:   Low
      Three dots: Average
      Four dots:  High
      Five dots:  Highest

      Obviously, the higher the ability level, the better the fairy will 
perform.  While a fairy’s rating in a particular field gives you an idea 
of how the fairy performs, the ratings are adjusted slightly for each 
fairy variety.  For example, at level 0, all fairy varieties with 
Average Hit Points don’t actually have the same number of Hit Points.  
All fairies with Average Hit Points at level 0 will have more Hit Points 
than a level 0 fairy with Low Hit Points and less fairies Hit Points 
than a level 0 fairy with High Hit Points.  

      You have to look at these ability guides relative to other 
fairies.  A fairy with a high Jump Ability will jump higher each stroke 
or have a longer stamina than a fairy with low Jump Ability.  I’ve given 
my interpretation of the abilities below.

      Hit Points – The Hit Points Ability determines the fairy’s 
starting hit points at level 0.  This ability also determines the number 
of Hit Points the fairy will gain each time it he or she levels up.  The 
higher the Hit Point Ability the higher the fairy’s Hit Point total with 
be.  All fairies will increase their total Hit Points each time they 
level up.

      Dexterity – The Dexterity Ability determines how fast the fairy 
will move forward, backwards, left and right.  This could also be viewed 
as the Speed Ability.  The higher the fairy’s score, the more agile the 
Fairy will move in the Arena.  Some fairies will increase their movement 
or Dexterity ability each time they level up.  Most fairies with high 
dexterity will move extremely fast at high experience levels.

      Jump Ability – The Jump Ability determines how high up the fairy 
will move each time you press the right mouse button.  This ability will 
also determine the total amount of Jump Energy the fairy has.  The 
higher the fairy’s Jump Ability, the better the fairy will perform in 
the air.  A number of fairies will increase their Jump Ability each time 
they level up.

      Special – The Special Ability determines how often the fairy will 
get a Critical Hit on her or his opponent.  Critical Hits do extra 
damage and activate special abilities on some offensive and passive 
spells. The higher a fairy’s Special Ability rating, the more often the 
fairy will score a Critical Hit.  All fairies increase their Special or 
Critical Hit percentage each time they level up. 
       
      For each fairy, I also list what other fairy(s) it can evolve 
into, if applicable.  If a fairy can evolve to another fairy, I will 
also mention what is required to start the evolution.  I will also tell 
you where you can capture or find each fairy.

      Finally, for each fairy, I list the experience chart it follows.  
There discovered 11 different experience charts / paths.  I’ve assigned 
each chart a number based on how easy it is to rise in levels.  Fairies 
using Experience Chart 1 will gain levels much faster than fairies using 
Experience Chart 11.  Typically, the more powerful a fairy can become 
the higher its Experience Chart number.

      One thing I’ve noticed playing the game, it is very difficult to 
find the highest evolutionary level for most fairies.  For example, the 
first fairy, Sillia, can evolve to a Viteria and then a Boneria.  While 
I’ve found a lot of Sillias in the game and a slightly less number of 
Viterias, I’ve never seen a wild Boneria.  In fact, the only highest 
evolutionary wild fairy I’ve seen is the Ice fairy, Greezloc and the 
Water fairy Ceramnis.  Most of the time, you will have to grow the 
highest fairy form through fighting.

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**** Fairies Strengths and Weakness Chart ****
**********************************************

      Each fairy type in the game has strengths and weaknesses against 
some other fairy types.  If an attacking fairy is strong against the 
defending particular fairy type, the attacking fairy will deal 
substantially more damage to the defender than a normal attack.  If the 
attacking fairy is weak against the defending fairy type, the attacking 
fairy will deal little to no damage to the defender.  You can press the 
F1 key to view the strengths chart at any time in the game, including 
the middle of a fairy battle.  Note that any damage done by a special or 
passive ability is not affected by the type of fairy.

      In the chart below, the Fairy type listed on the left side is the 
attacking fairy and the fairy type along the top is the defending fairy. 
The letter ‘S’ means the attacker is strong against the defender’s type 
and the letter ‘W’ means the attacker is weak against the defender’s 
type.

                               D  E  F  E  N  D  E  R
 
               N    A    W    L    E    P    S    I    F    D    C    M
               a    i    a    i    n    S    t    c    i    a    h    e
               t    r    t    g    e    I    o    e    r    r    a    t
               u         e    h    r         n         e    k    o    a
               r         r    t    g         e                   s    l
               e                   y
     Nature  |    |    |    |    |    | S  |    | W  | W  | W  | S  |  
     Air     |    |    | S  |    | W  | S  | W  | W  | W  | W  | S  | S
A    Water   |    | W  |    |    | W  |    |    | W  | S  | S  |    | S
T    Light   |    |    |    |    |    | W  | S  |    | S  | S  | S  |  
T    Energy  |    |    | S  |    |    | S  | W  | W  |    |    |    | S
A    PSI     | W  | W  |    | S  | W  |    | S  | S  |    | W  | W  |  
C    Stone   |    | S  |    | W  | S  | W  |    |    |    | W  |    |  
K    Ice     | S  | S  | S  |    | S  | W  |    |    | W  |    |    | S
E    Fire    | S  | S  | W  | W  |    |    |    | S  |    | W  | S  |  
R    Dark    |    | S  | W  | W  |    | S  | S  |    | S  |    |    |  
     Chaos   | W  | W  | S  | W  |    | S  |    |    | W  |    |    |  
     Metal   | S  | W  | W  | W  | W  | S  | W  |    | S  |    |    |  

      You can use this chart to plan the composition of your deck.  You 
should try to aim for having a deck that is strong against the largest 
variety of fairy types.  In situations where you know you are only going 
to be facing a certain subset of fairy types, you might want to change 
your deck to excel against these types. 

      If you are trying to make a deck where you have at least one fairy 
strong against each fairy type, you will have to have a PSI fairy.  The 
reason for this is that PSI fairies are the only fairies strong against 
Light fairies.  The PSI fairy is also strong against Stone and Ice 
Fairies.  This means we need to find some combination of four fairies 
that are strong against Nature, Air, Water, Energy, PSI, Fire, Dark, 
Chaos and Metal.

      Of these remaining types, there are only two types of fairies 
strong against Energy and another two against Dark.  Both Stone and Ice 
are strong against Energy fairies.  The Stone fairy has one other 
strength, Air, which the Ice fairy also has, and the Stone fairy has 
three weaknesses.  The Ice fairy has four other strengths and two 
weaknesses.  This makes the Ice fairy more flexible than the Stone 
fairy, so I’ll pick the Ice fairy.

      Both Water and Light fairies are strong against Dark Fairies.  
Water fairies only have one strength that the Light fairy does not have 
(Metal) and three weaknesses.  Light fairies have two addition strengths 
different than the Water fairy and only one weakness.  This makes the 
Light fairy more valuable, so I’ll pick it.

      With the PSI, Ice and Light fairies, we have strengths against 
Nature, Air, Water, Light, Energy, Stone, Ice, Fire, Dark, Chaos and 
Metal.  This leaves us with missing a strength against PSI.  Our choices 
for fairies with this strength are Nature, Air, Dark, Chaos, and Metal.  
Since you can only get some of the fairies, such as the Light fairy at 
the end of the game and knowing what I do about the fairies in the final 
battles, I’d chose a Dark, Air or Energy fairy out of the above set.  
This leaves one slot left in our deck.  Again, knowing what I do about 
the final battles, I’d chose the Water fairy, to give some extra support 
to the Light fairy against Dark fairies.  This would make my final deck 
have a PSI, Ice, Light, Water, and Dark fairies, with potentially an Air 
fairy in place of the Dark fairy.  The only reason for carrying around 
the Air fairy is to get across Air Eddies.

      For earlier in the game, when most of these fairies aren’t 
available, but you have found a PSI fairy, I’d make my deck as follows.  
I would pick a PSI fairy for strength against Light, Stone, and Ice, 
with the last two being the most important.  A Water fairy provides 
strength against Fire, Dark, and Metal fairies.  I take the Fire fairy 
Tinezard for its strength against Nature, Air, Ice, and Chaos fairies.  
I would take an Energy Fairy (Darbue) for its strength against Water, 
PSI, and Metal Fairies fairies.  This leaves a weakness to Energy 
fairies.  I’d bring a Stone fairy to provide its strength to Energy plus 
and additional Air strength.  So my early deck would have a PSI, Water, 
Fire, Energy, and Stone fairies.  You can have this deck soon after you 
get your first Fairy Card.

      When I captured my first Air fairy, I’d replace the Energy fairy 
with the Air fairy.  The Energy Fairy is probably the better fairy of 
the two, but you need to Air fairy to get over the Air Eddies.  Later, 
when I captured my first Ice fairy, I’d replace my Stone fairy for the 
Ice Fairy.  Finally, when I got the first Light fairy I could keep, I’d 
dump the Fire fairy for the Light Fairy. 

**** According to Amaya Mendoza the ultimate fairy combination is:

      One Light fairy, one Energy fairy, one Ice fairy, one Fire fairy, 
and one Dark fairy.  This combination gives you three fairies that are
strong against Air fairies, two fairies that are strong against Nature,
Water, PSI, Stone, Fire, Chaos, and Metal fairies.  It has one fairy
that is strong against Energy, Ice, and Dark fairy.  There are no fairies
that are strong against Light fairies, but there aren't many Light
fairies in the game.
 
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**** Nature Fairies ****
************************

      Nature fairies are the most common type of fairy in Zanzarah.  
There are also more varieties of Nature fairies than there are of any 
other fairy type.  Nature fairies are, for the most part look exactly 
like you would expect a fairy to look.  There still are a few 
interesting looking fairies in this group.

      While Nature fairies are very common, they are no pushovers in 
battle.  Nature fairies are pretty average all around, but they will 
usually have quite a number of Hit Points once they advance far enough.  
In a fight, Nature fairies have average to fast firing spells that cause 
a low amount of damage.  Their “Light Spurs” spell is an effective 
offensive spell, which temporarily reduces the opposing fairy’s spell 
recharge rate by 80%.  Another effective spell “Falling Tree” will 
poison the opposing fairy on a critical hit.

      Their passive spells are mostly defensive in nature.  Three of the 
five passive spells reduce the amount of damage the fairy takes from an 
opponent’s attack, with one spell, “Thorn Armour”, completely 
eliminating all damage for five shots.  These passive spells allow the 
Nature fairy to stay in the fight longer than their Hit Points would 
suggest they could.

      Nature fairies have no special strengths or weaknesses against 
most of the fairies you will find in the beginning of the game.  Their 
ability to attack PSI fairies makes them a valuable member of your deck 
for the entire game.

**** Nature Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: PSI and Chaos
      Weak Attack Against: Ice, Fire and Dark
      Strong Defense Against: PSI and Chaos
      Weak Defense Against: Fire, Ice, and Metal

**** Where to find Nature Fairies ****

      You can find wild Nature fairies in most outdoor plants and trees 
in Zanzarah, including the trees in the Misty Swamp and in the Realm of 
Clouds

**** Best Nature Fairies ****

      In my opinion, the Symgot, Fygaery, and Viteria are the three best 
Nature fairies, in roughly this order.

**** Sillia ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Low
Evolves to: Viteria
Evolves at level: 22
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where you can trade for a Sillia:
      Rufus’ House – You can pick a Sillia as your starting fairy.

Where to find a Sillia: 
      MS-4, EF-3, Forest Hut, MW-3, MW-4, MW-7, RC-1, East Pavilion, 
      RC-3, MS-2, The Great Tree, RC-4

Notes about Sillia:
      Sillia is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  You should try to replace your Sillia with a better Nature 
fairy as soon as you can.

**** Viteria ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: High
Special: Highest
Evolves to: Boneria
Evolves at level: 31
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where to find a Viteria: 
      EF-2, MS-5, Forest Hut, MW-3, MW-4, MW-7, RC-1, East Pavilion, 
      RC-3, MS-2, The Great Tree, RC-4

Notes about Viteria:
      Viteria is a huge improvement over the Sillia.  Actually, a 
Viteria is a better fairy than the next evolution, Boneria. 

**** Boneria ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Low
Special: Highest
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where to find a Boneria: 
      There are no wild Boneria fairies in the game.  You have to evolve 
a Viteria into a Boneria.

Notes about Boneria:
      Boneria is very weak for a highest evolutionary level fairy.  The 
Boneria is no where near a strong as a Viteria. Only evolve a Viteria 
into a Boneria to complete your fairy collection.  The Viteria fairy is 
a much better fairy than a Boneria.

**** Worgot ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Low
Evolves to: Corgot
Evolves at level: 21
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where you can trade for a Worot:
      MS-2 – An elf will trade you a Worgot for a Segbuzz.  You must 
make this trade to continue on with the game.      

Where to find a Worgot: 
      Rafi’s Cave, FG-1, FG-2, FG-3, FG-4, FG-6, EF-1, MS-4

Notes about Worgot:
      Worgot is a pretty weak fairy but it is stronger than most low 
evolutionary fairy forms.  You should replace your Worgot with a Corgot 
as a soon as you can.  However, Worgot does have a higher dexterity than 
the Corgot.

**** Corgot ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: Highest
Evolves to: Symgot
Evolves at level: 29
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where to find a Corgot: 
      EF-1, EF-2, Dunmore, MS-3, MS-5, EF-3, EF-4, MS-2, The Great Tree

Notes about Corgot:
      Corgot is a pretty strong Nature fairy.  Arguably, the Corgot is 
better than its next form, Symgot.  Corgot has better Jump and Special 
Abilities than Symgot.

**** Symgot ****
Hit Points: Highest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Lowest
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where to find a Symgot: 
      There are no wild Symgot fairies in the game.  The only way to get 
a Symgot is by evolving a Corgot.

Notes about Symgot:
      Worgot is a strong fairy with a high amount of Hit Points.  It has 
more Hit Points and is more dexterous than the Corgot, but it has a 
lower Jump and Special Abilities.

**** Abery ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: Abnobery
Evolves at level: 31
Follows Experience Chart: 5

Where to find an Abery: 
      Dunmore, MS-3, MS-5, EF-4, MS-2, The Great Tree

Notes about Abery:
      Abery is a weak fairy that only excels in Jumping.  The Jump 
Ability is probably the least useful of the four abilities.
 
**** Abnobery ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: High
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 5

Where to find an Abnobery:   
      Dunmore, MS-3, MS-4, MS-5, MS-2, The Great Tree

Notes about Abnobery:
      Abnobery is better version of an Abery, but it’s still not very 
good.  It has more Hit Points and Dexterity than the Abery, but it’s 
still not very strong.  The Abnobery is good at getting Critical Hits, 
but it can not take enough punishment to take advantage of this ability.

**** Blumella ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where to find a Blumella:
      Rafi’s Cave, FG-1, FG-2, FG-3, FG-4, EF-1

Notes about Blumella:
      Blumella is a pretty weak fairy but with her high Dexterity and 
Jump Ability, she can move and dodge attacks very well.

**** Pfoe ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: Highest
Evolves to: Taze
Evolves with: Elemental Stone of Nature
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Pfoe: 
      EF-2 (in the tree by itself, just before the crossroads), EF-5, 
      Ruins in the Forest, EF-7

Notes about Pfoe:
      Pfoe is a pretty weak fairy but it has a good Dexterity.  Pfoe 
also has the best chance to get Critical Hits.

**** Taze ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Average
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Taze: 
      There are no wild Taze fairies in the game.  To get a Taze, you 
have to evolve a Pfoe with an Elemental Stone of Nature.

Notes about Taze:
      Taze improves on the Pfoe’s weaknesses.  These improvements make 
the Taze a better fairy.  Still, there are better Nature fairies in the 
game than the Taze.

**** Tinefol ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Low
Evolves to: Tinerog with Elemental Stone of Nature
Evolves to: Tinezard with Elemental Stone of Fire
Evolves to: Tineves with Elemental Stone of Air
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where to find a Tinefol:
      EF-2, EF-3, MW-3, MW-4, MW-7, RC-1, East Pavilion, RC-3, RC-4, 
      EF-5, Ruins in the Forest, EF-7

Notes about Tinefol:
      Tinefol is a very weak fairy.  The only thing it does decently is 
jump.  All of its other abilities are below average.

**** Tinerog ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Average
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where to find a Tinerog: 
You will never find a wild Tinerog.  You must evolve a Tinefol 
with an Elemental Stone of Nature to get a Tinerog.

Notes about Tinerog:
      Tinerog is as average of a fairy as you can get.  Average fairies 
are not bad however, so you shouldn’t completely ignore the Tinerog.

**** Fygaery ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 6

Where you can trade for a Fygaery: 
      Tiralin Pub – You can trade a JumRock for a Fygaery.  This is the 
only way you can get a Fygaery.

Notes about Fygaery:
      Fygaery is very good fairy.  The only thing the Fygaery does not 
excel in is jumping, and jumping is probably the weakest of the four 
abilities.  The only downside to the Fygaery is that you have to trade 
JumRock to get one.

**** Lana ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Average
Evolves to: Liana
Evolves at level: 22
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where to find a Lana: 
      EF-1, EF-2, EF-3, EF-4

Notes about Lana:
      Lana is an all around average fairy.  Average fairies are not bad 
however, so you shouldn’t completely ignore the Lana.

**** Liana ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where to find a Liana: 
      You will never find a wild Liana fairy.  You must train a Lana 
until it evolves to a Liana.

Notes about Liana:
      Liana is somewhat better than a Lana.  It trades an average 
Dexterity for an improved Jump and Special Abilities.

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**** Air Fairies ****
*********************

      Air fairies have the most number of weaknesses possible, but they 
are still important fairies.  They share the same strengths and 
weaknesses as Nature fairies, although they have more of each.  You will 
need an Air fairy with you most of the time, after you catch your first 
one.  The reason for this is that the Air Eddies are the most common 
obstacles in Zanzarah and you need an Air fairy to cross one.  With the 
exception of Tineves, all of the Air fairies look like light blue humans 
with wings.

      Air fairies focus on speed.  Speed includes speed of firing spells 
and speed of movement.  The Air fairies spells for the most part focus 
on increasing their own movement and spell charge rate or reducing their 
opponent’s movement or spell recharge.  The Air fairy’s spells are 
typically weak, but all of their spells have 30 shots.  This means you 
can fire off spells quickly without having to worry too much about much 
about running out of mana.

      You have to be careful with Air fairies, since there is usually 
always a nearby fairy that is strong against them.  However, their 
ability to attack PSI and Water fairies makes them a valuable member of 
your deck.

**** Air Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Water, PSI, Chaos, and Metal
      Weak Attack Against: Energy, Stone, Ice, Fire, and Dark
      Strong Defense Against: Water, PSI, Chaos, and Metal
      Weak Defense Against: Stone, Ice, Fire, and Dark

**** Where to find Air Fairies ****

      You can find wild Air fairies in the pillars, columns, and ruins 
in the Realm of Clouds.

**** Best Air Fairies ****

      In my opinion, the Fathrael, Laticia, and Tineves are the three 
best Air fairies, in roughly this order.

**** Airia ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: Average
Special: High
Evolves to: Luria
Evolves at level: 22
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where to find an Airia: 
      RC-1, RC-2

Notes about Airia:
      Airia is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  You should try to replace your Airia with a better Air fairy 
as soon as you can.

**** Luria ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Laticia
Evolves at level: 31
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where to find a Luria: 
      RC-1, RC-2

Notes about Luria:
      Luria is a better fairy than Airia, though Luria loses Airia’s 
High chance for Critical Hits. Luria has more Hit Points and is much 
more maneuverable than the slow Airia.

**** Laticia ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 4

Where to find a Laticia: 
      There are no wild Laticia fairies in the game.  You will have to 
raise a Luria into a Laticia.

Notes about Laticia:
      Laticia has more Hit Points than the Luria, but is not quite as 
fast.  Other than that change, Laticia does not really improve upon the 
Luria significantly.

**** Sirael ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: Gorael
Evolves at level: 27
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Sirael: 
      RC-1, East Pavilion, RC-3, RC-4 

Notes about Sirael:
      Sirael is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Sirael is almost the same as Airia except the Dexterity and 
Jump Abilities for these two fairies are swapped.  Since Dexterity is 
more important than the Jump ability, the Sirael is a better fairy than 
the Airia, although both of these fairies are bad.

**** Gorael ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: Fathrael
Evolves at level: 38
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Gorael: 
      East Pavilion, RC-3, RC-4

Notes about Gorael:
      Gorael is a decent fairy that improves on the Sirael fairy’s 
weaknesses.  The Gorael excels at Dexterity and getting Critical Hits.
 
**** Fathrael ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Fathrael: 
There are no wild Fathrael fairies in the game.  You will have to 
evolve a Gorael into a Fathrael. It does take a good deal of fights to 
get a Gorael to level 38.

Notes about Fathrael:
      Fathrael is a better fairy than a Gorael.  Unfortunately, the 
Fathrael loses the Gorael’s Dexterity, but the extra Hit Points on the 
Fathrael make it a better fairy.

**** Sirella ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 2

Where to find a Sirella: 
      RC-4

Notes about Sirella:
      Sirella is a pretty weak fairy with high maneuverability.  The low 
Hit Point of the Sirella makes it too weak to be effective.

**** Tineves ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where to find a Tineves: 
      There are no wild Tineves in the game.  The only way to get a 
Tineves is to evolve a Tinefol with an Elemental Stone of Air.

Notes about Tineves:
      Tineves is a decent fairy that is highly maneuverable.  The 
average Hit Points on this fairy are a drawback, but it is not bad for 
an Air fairy.

***********************
**** Water Fairies ****
***********************

      Water fairies are rare fairies to find.  While you do get the 
choice to start the game with a Water fairy, this will be the last Water 
Fairy you find for some time.  The only way to get a Water fairy, with 
one exception, is to summon it with the Ocean Conch.  There aren’t too 
many places you can use the Ocean Conch.  Also, if you catch a fairy 
from one Ocean Conch location, you may never be able to use the Ocean 
Conch in that location again.  Water fairies all look fish-like.

      Water fairies focus on defense and direct damage.  Most of their 
offensive spells do direct damage on critical hits.  (Direct damage is 
not affected by the type of the fairy.)  The direct damage on critical 
hits tries to compensate for the lack of damage the spell does normally.  
Most of their defensive spells involve healing or reducing damage.  One 
of their best defensive spells reflects all damage back to the opponent.

      Water fairies usually attack with relatively fast firing spells.  
You need to be careful, because most of their offensive spells only have 
15 shots.

      Most of the strengths and weaknesses of the Water fairies involve 
fairy types you don’t find until late in the game.  However, their 
ability to damage Fire, Dark and Metal fairies will increase their value 
against those later fairies.  These strengths also help you in most 
battles with Shadow Elf Fairy Masters.

**** Water Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Fire, Dark, and Metal
      Weak Attack Against: Air, Energy, and Ice
      Strong Defense Against: Fire, Dark, and Metal
      Weak Defense Against: Air, Energy, Ice, and Chaos

**** Where to find Water Fairies ****

      You can find wild Water fairies near lakes, streams, waterfalls 
and swamps.  Water fairies will hardly ever attack you walking around.  
You summon a Water Fairy with the Ocean Conch.  When you hear a tick 
noise and see an icon of the Ocean Conch on the screen, you can use the 
Ocean Conch to summon a Water Fairy.

**** Best Water Fairies ****

      The Ceramnis and the Oceana fairies are the two best Water 
fairies.  Which one you decide is the best depends on whether you would 
like more Dexterity in Ceramnis more than the extra Hit Points and 
chance for Critical Hits in the Oceana.

**** Tadana ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Average 
Special: Average
Evolves to: Aquana
Evolves at level: 25
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where you can trade for a Tadana:
      Rufus’ House – You can pick a Tadana as your starting fairy.
      FG-2 – You can get a Tadana by by trading a Silver Sphere with a 
            female elf.

Where to find a Tadana: 
      Rafi’s Cave, FG-3, Forest Hut, Ice Caves, MW-8

Notes about Tadana:
      Tadana is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Tadana is not horrible as far as most lowest evolution fairies 
go, but you should try to replace her as soon as possible.

**** Aquana ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Lowest
Special: High
Evolves to: Oceana
Evolves at level: 32
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where to find an Aquana: 
      There are no wild Aquana fairies in the game.  You must evolve a 
Tadana to get an Aquana fairy.

Notes about Aquana:
      The Aquana is a better fairy than the Tadana, losing only to the 
Tadana fairy’s Jumping Ability.  Still, there are better Water fairies 
than the Aquana.

**** Oceana ****
Hit Points: Highest
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where to find an Oceana: 
      There are no wild Oceana fairies in the game.  You must evolve an 
Aquana to get an Oceana.

Notes about Oceana:
      Oceana is a strong Water fairy.  Her Hit Points are very high and 
her other skills are good enough.

**** Cera ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Amnis
Evolves at level: 21
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Cera: 
      FG-2, MS-5, EF-3, MW-1 

Notes about Cera:
      Cera is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Cera fairies are hard to evolve because they can easily be 
defeated in one attack.

**** Amnis ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: Highest
Evolves to: Ceramnis
Evolves at level: 31
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find an Amnis: 
      MW-8

Notes about Amnis:
      Amnis is an improvement over the Cera, but it is still pretty 
weak.  

**** Ceramnis ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Ceramnis: 
      MW-8

Notes about Ceramnis:
      The Ceramnis is the only redeeming fairy in the Cera family.  This 
is probably the best Water fairy, although its ability to get Critical 
Hits is lacking.

**** Goop ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: Lowest 
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 9

Where to find a Goop: 
      FG-3, EF-3, Forest Hut

Notes about Goop:
      Goop is a pretty weak fairy but it excels at getting Critical 
Hits.  There are much better Water fairies than the Goop.

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**** Light Fairies ****
***********************

      Light fairies are an extremely rare find.  You won’t actually get 
to catch a wild fairy until the game is almost over.  However, the Light 
fairies are worth the wait.  Light fairies look like delicate white 
skinned fairies.

      Light fairies focus in on damage and speed. Most of their spells 
do average or above damage.  Their spells also charge relatively fast.  
Even better, most of the spells do a substantial amount of extra damage 
with a Critical Hit.  The Light fairies passive spells do a good job of 
protecting her from damage, either by reducing the damage, reflecting 
the damage, or healing from the damage.

      The downside to the Light fairies is they take a large amount of 
experience to advance.  In fact, the Light and Dark fairies have the 
steepest experience requirements to advance of all the fairies in the 
game.  I had to liberally use Golden Carrots on my Light and Dark 
fairies to get them to advance to their final form.  

      Light fairies have the best combination of strengths and 
weaknesses compared to the other fairy types.  Light fairies have four 
strengths, including strengths against the strong Fire and Dark fairies, 
and only one weakness.  Light fairies are a strong addition to your 
deck, once you advance them to a high enough level.  Low level Light 
fairies don’t have enough Hit Points to survive an encounter against 
stronger fairies.

**** Light Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Stone, Fire, Dark, and Chaos
      Weak Attack Against: PSI
      Strong Defense Against: Stone, Fire, Dark, Chaos, and Metal
      Weak Defense Against: PSI

**** Where to find Light Fairies ****

      You can find wild Light fairies only in one place, the Ruins in 
the Forest.  You won’t be able to catch a wild Light Fairy until very 
late in the game.  You will temporarily get access to a Light Fairy 
earlier in the game, but you most give it up to continue the plot.

**** Best Light Fairy ****

      The Suane is the best Light fairy.

**** Lighane ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Lowest
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: High
Evolves to: Driane
Evolves at level: 28
Follows Experience Chart: 11

Where to find a Lighane: 
      Ruins in the Forest

Notes about Lighane:
      Lighane is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Lighane can’t survive in a battle long enough to be useful.

**** Driane ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Suane
Evolves at level: 38
Follows Experience Chart: 11

Where to find a Driane: 
      Ruins in the Forest

Notes about Driane:
      Driane is a big improvement over the Lighane in terms of 
durability.  It is still not as strong as a Suane, but it will serve you 
well until you can evolve it into a Suane.

**** Suane ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 11

Where you can trade for a Suane:
      Arena in the Realm of Clouds – You can get a Suane by defeating 
the General in the Arena and then by defeating the Segbuzz that is 
pestering the Suane.  After winning these two battles, the Suane will 
join your collection.

Where to find a Suane: 
      There are no wild Suane fairies in the game.  You will have to 
evolve a Driane into a Suane.

Notes about Suane:
      Suane is a great fairy.  The only thing she lacks is a good 
Jumping Ability, but this is really the weakest of the four abilities.  
She has high Hit Points, good maneuverability, and a high chance to get 
Critical Hits.  She is by far the best Light fairy.

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**** Energy Fairies ****
************************

      Energy fairies are a rare find.  You can get one Energy fairy 
relatively early in the game, but you won’t find any more until almost 
the end.  Energy fairies are weird looking humanoids.  They have very 
bright colors and strange wings.  The male Energy fairies are shades of 
blue and the female Energy fairies are violet.

      Energy or Electrical fairies deliver average to high damage at an 
average to fast rate.  The specials on the offensive spells focus on 
slowing down the attacker either by reducing the attacker’s movement 
speed or spell recharge rate.  Most of Energy fairies’ passive spells 
deal with increasing the damage inflicted on the opposing fairy.  The 
Energy fairies do some special spells. They have a passive spell that 
shares the damage they are dealt with the attacker and they have an 
active spell that leaves the target burnt.

      The Energy Fairy is, in a way, a stronger form of Chaos Fairy.  
The Energy fairy has both Strengths of the Chaos Fairy (Water and PSI) 
plus it has the additional strength against Metal Fairies.  Energy 
Fairies also only have two Weaknesses instead of the Chaos Fairies’ 
four.  Energy Fairies trade the weakness against the common Stone Fairy 
for the Chaos Fairy’s weakness against the more common Nature Fairy.

**** Energy Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Water, PSI, and Metal
      Weak Attack Against: Stone and Ice
      Strong Defense Against: Air, Water, PSI, and Metal
      Weak Defense Against: Stone and Ice

**** Where to find Energy Fairies ****

      You can find the male Energy fairies in the Ruins in the Forest.  
You can find female Energy fairies in the Shadow Realm and in Catacombs.

**** Best Energy Fairies ****

      Biolectra and LighBue are the two best Energy fairies, with 
Biolectra being the better one of the two.

**** Violectra ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: High
Evolves to: Biolectra
Evolves at level: 32
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where you can trade for a Violectra:
      A House in Monagham – A female Dwarf will trade you a Violectra 
for a Fathrael.

Where to find a Violectra: 
      Lower Catacombs of Tiralin, EF-5, SR-6

Notes about Violectra:
      Violectra is pretty strong for a lowest evolution fairy.  
Violectra has a decent amount of Hit Points and a good chance to get 
Critical Hits.  The only thing a Violectra is lacking is good mobility.

**** Biolectra ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Low
Special: Highest
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Biolectra: 
      There are no wild Biolectra fairies in the game.  You will have to 
raise a Violectra into a Biolectra.

Notes about Biolectra:
      Biolectra is a stronger fairy than Violectra.  Biolectra has more 
Hit Points, better mobility, and a higher chance to get a Critical Hit.  
The only thing that Biolectra loses over Violectra is her Jumping 
Ability.

**** Darbue ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Bue
Evolves at level: 24
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where you can trade for a Darbue:
      FG-4 - A dwarf will give a Darbue for 400 Fairy Coins.

Where to find a Darbue: 
      Ruins in the Forest

Notes about Darbue:
      Darbue is a very weak fairy, which is typical of most of the 
lowest evolution fairies.  Darbue can’t survive in a battle long enough 
to be really useful.

**** Bue ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Average
Special: High
Evolves to: LighBue
Evolves at level: 45
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Bue: 
      There are no wild Bue fairies in the game.  You must evolve a 
Darbue into a Bue.

Notes about Bue:
      Bue fairies are average in everything except for their chance to 
get a Critical Hit.  

**** LighBue ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a LighBue: 
      There are no wild LighBue fairies in the game.  You must evolve a 
Bue into a LighBue.

Notes about LighBue:
      LighBue is a good fairy, except it is lacking in mobility.  The 
Darbue family loses Dexterity on every evolution.  However, LighBue has 
above average statistics in all other categories, so it is still a 
strong fairy.

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**** PSI Fairies ****
*********************

      PSI Fairies are the cave dwellers of Zanzarah.  They are 
interesting looking bunch of creatures.  The PSI Fairy Clumor has the 
distinction of requiring the most number of evolutions to reach.

      PSI fairies have weaknesses to a large number of fairy types, but 
surprising they don’t seem to suffer too much for it.  PSI fairy’s 
offensive spells are typically weak but fast charging, with a couple of 
slow exceptions.  The special abilities of both the PSI fairy’s 
offensive and defensive spells are so varied that you can adapt a PSI 
fairy to fight with many different styles.  PSI fairies can teleport 
their opponent with critical hits, reduce their movements, or prevent 
them from flying.  With their passive abilities, they can increase their 
movement speed, charge their speed faster, or share all damage they take 
with their opponent.

      Still, the PSI fairy is a limited use fairy.  Its strengths help 
it take on the powerful fairy types of Light and Ice.  However its 
weakness to the common Nature, Air and Chaos fairies limit its 
effectiveness in general situations.  Overall, a PSI fairy is an 
invaluable member of your fairy deck, even if can’t use it in all 
battles.

**** PSI Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Light, Stone and Ice
      Weak Attack Against: Nature, Air, Energy, Dark, and Chaos
      Strong Defense Against: Light, Stone, and Ice
      Weak Defense Against: Nature, Air, Energy, Dark, Chaos, and Metal

**** Where to find PSI Fairies ****

      You will find PSI fairies in the Dark Caves scattered throughout 
Zanzarah.

**** Best PSI Fairies ****

      Clum is the best PSI fairy, followed by the Clumaur fairy.

**** Mencre ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: High
Evolves to: Mensek
Evolves at level: 38
Follows Experience Chart: 1

Where to find a Mencre: 
      DC-1, DC-2, DC-3, DC-5

Notes about Mencre:
      Mencre is a decent fairy for a lowest evolution level fairy.  
Mencre fairies have an average amount of Hit Points but low mobility.
 
**** Mensek ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 1

Where to find a Mensek: 
      There are no wild Mensek fairies in the game.  You must raise a 
Mencre to a Mensek.

Notes about Mensek:
      Mensek fairies are practically identical to Mencre fairies.  The 
only difference between these two fairies is that the Dexterity and Jump 
Abilities are swapped on these two fairies.  As such, the Mensek fairy 
is more maneuverable and thus a better fairy, although only marginally 
so.

**** Beltaur ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Lowest
Special: High
Evolves to: Mentaur
Evolves at level: 23
Follows Experience Chart: 2

Where to find a Beltaur: 
      DC-5 - Interestingly enough, Beltaurs are not as common in the 
      wild a Mentaurs.

Notes about Beltaur:
      Beltaur is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Beltaur can’t survive in a battle long enough to be useful.

**** Mentaur ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: 28
Evolves at level: Clum
Follows Experience Chart: 2

Where to find a Mentaur: 
      DC-1, DC-2, DC-3, Ice Caves, DC-5

Notes about Mentaur:
      Mentaur is a good fairy, but it has low mobility.  Still, a 
Mentaur is better than Mencre or Mensek.

**** Clum ****
Hit Points: Highest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Clumor
Evolves at level: 35
Follows Experience Chart: 2

Where to find a Clum: 
      There are no wild Clum fairies in the game.  You will have to 
evolve a Mentaur into a Clum.

Notes about Clum:
       Clum is a very powerful fairy that only suffers on its chance to 
get Critical Hits.  Clum has a lot of Hit Points and is highly 
maneuverable.

**** Clumaur ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 2

Where to find a Clumaur: 
      There are no wild Clumaur fairies in the game.  You will have to 
raise a Clum to a Clumaur to get this fairy.

Notes about Clumaur:
      Interestingly enough, the Clumaur fairy is weaker than the Clum 
fairy.  Clumaur does have a better chance at getting Critical Hits than 
a Clum, but in all other statistics, the Clum it better.

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**** Stone Fairies ****
***********************

      Stone Fairies, surprisingly enough, live in large rocks.  What is 
interesting is that Stone Fairies only like outside rocks.  Stone 
fairies leave the rocks inside caves for the PSI fairy.  Stone fairies 
come in the squat, troll looking Grem family, the humanoid Vesbat family 
and the rock with wings JumJum family

      Stone fairy offensive spells are typically slow and powerful.  
Almost all of the offensive special abilities and the passive spells 
focus on making the Stone fairy’s strong offensive spells even stronger.  
The “Unintentional Movement” spell, which gives the Stone fairy a life 
steal attack, will keep the Stone fairy around against the strongest of 
opponents.  Stone fairy’s strong attacks can somewhat compensate for the 
lack of strength against useful fairy types.  I personally find the 
Stone fairy spells charge up a little to slowly for my playing style, 
especially the first two spells that have the slowest charge time.  The 
Stone fairy has no natural passive spell to increase their spell charge 
rate.

      Stone fairies, along with Nature fairies, are the most common 
fairies in Zanzarah.  While the Stone fairies have are decent enough 
fairies, their strengths and weaknesses are not very effective. They are 
not strong against any of the common fairy types.  Stone Fairies are 
weak against Light, PSI, and Dark, three of the strongest fairy types in 
the game.  Their two strengths against Air and Energy fairies are of 
limited use, since both these fairy types are limited to relatively 
small or isolated areas.  Still, you may want to pull out your Stone 
fairy when you journey to the Realm of Clouds.  I usually don’t use 
Stone fairies much past the middle of the game since Stone fairies can’t 
do anything that the Ice fairies can’t do better.

**** Stone Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Air and Energy
      Weak Attack Against: Light, PSI, and Dark
      Strong Defense Against: Air and Energy
      Weak Defense Against: Light, PSI, and Dark

**** Where to find Stone Fairies ****

      You can find Stone fairies in any large outdoors rock in Zanzarah.

**** Best Stone Fairies ****

      Garbat and Gremrock are the two best Stone fairies.  These fairies 
have identical statistics.

**** Grem ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Average
Special: High
Evolves to: Gremor
Evolves at level: 30
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where you can trade for a Darbue:
      Rufus’ House (picked as your first fairy)

Where to find a Grem: 
      MW-7 (in a rock near the exit – I’ve only found this fairy here 
      once.)

Notes about Grem:
      Grem is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Grem fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful, although he will be fine at the beginning of the game when you 
first pick him.

**** Gremor ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Low
Evolves to: Gremrock
Evolves at level: 35
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where to find a Gremor:
      MW-2, MW-3, MW-4, MW-7, East Pavilion 

Notes about Grem:
      Gremor is also a weak fairy, though it is much more mobile than 
the Grem fairy.  It’s best to try to evolve this fairy to a Gremrock as 
quickly as possible.

**** Gremrock ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 3

Where to find a Gremrock: 
      There are no wild Gremrock fairies in the game.  You will have to 
raise a Gremor to level 35 to get a Gremrock.

Notes about Gremrock:
      Grem is strong fairy that is very agile.

**** Vesbat ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: Stobat
Evolves at level: 27
Follows Experience Chart: 6

Where to find a Vesbat: 
      FG-1, FG-2, FG-3, FG-4, EF-1, EF-2, MW-2, MW-3, MW-4, MW-6, MW-7

Notes about Vesbat:
      Vesbat is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Vesbat fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful, although it is very agile.

**** Stobat ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Lowest
Evolves to: Garbat
Evolves at level: 33
Follows Experience Chart: 6

Where to find a Stobat: 
      MW-2, MW-3, MW-4, MW-7, East Pavilion

Notes about Stobat:
      Stobat is a much-improved Vesbat that only loses a little in its 
chance to get Critical Hits.

**** Garbat ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 6

Where to find a Garbat: 
      There are no wild Garbat fairies in the game.  The only Garbat you 
can get is through evolving a Stobat into a Garbat.

Notes about Garbat:
      Garbat is a strong and agile fairy, which is identical in 
statistics to the Gremrock.  The only negative to the Garbat is its low 
chance of getting Critical Hits.

**** JumJum ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: JumRock
Evolves at level: 38
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a JumJum: 
      EF-2, MW-3, MW-4

Notes about JumJum:
      JumJum is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  JumJum fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful.

**** JumRock ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Lowest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Highest
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a JumRock: 
      There are no wild JumRock fairies.  This is unfortunate, because 
you need two to complete your fairy collection.  You need to trade one 
for a rare fairy and the other for your collection.  You need to raise a 
JumJum to level 38 to get a JumRock.

Notes about JumRock:
      JumRock fairies are marginally better than a JumJum.  It has more 
Hit Points than a JumJum, but has no mobility.  The only thing a JumRock 
can do to avoid another fairy is jump.  This really isn’t an effective 
way to fight.

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**** Ice Fairies ****
*********************

      Ice fairies are one of my favorite fairy types.  The are two 
different variety of Ice fairies, the flying polar bear and the Ice 
Queen.   The polar bears are the most common and probably the better of 
the two types.

      Ice fairies rely on slowing down their opponents.  Most of the Ice 
fairy’s spells are slow charging with weak damage.  Almost all of the 
offensive Ice spells slow down the opposing fairy or flat out freeze it.  
All Ice fairies have High dexterity, which makes them more maneuverable.  
Most of their passive spells focus on recharging their Jump Energy 
faster, to make the Ice fairies even more maneuverable.  The best 
passive spell though, in my opinion, is the “Absorb Mana” spell.  This 
spell will increase the Spell Charging rate by 100%, making the Ice 
fairy even more effective.

      The biggest strength of the Ice fairy is its strengths against 
other fairies.  The Ice fairy is strong against most of the common fairy 
types including Nature and Air. It can also deal with the some of the 
problematic fairy types, such as Water, Energy and Metal.  Their 
weaknesses to PSI and Fire are easy to deal with in the wild, since 
these type fairies are only found in Caves and in the Lava Pit.  You do 
have to be careful with the Ice fairies in Fairy battles, since most 
Fairy Masters have a PSI or a Fire fairy, especially the Shadow Elves.

**** Ice Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against:  Nature, Air, Water, Energy, and Metal
      Weak Attack Against: PSI and Fire
      Strong Defense Against: Nature, Air, Water, Energy, and Metal
      Weak Defense Against: PSI and Fire

**** Where to find Ice Fairies ****

      You can find wild Ice fairies on the Mountain Peaks.  This 
probably sounds obvious, but if you see snow on the ground, all you are 
going to get attacked by is Ice Fairies.

**** Best Ice Fairy ****

      The best Ice fairy is a Greezloc.

**** Feez ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: Greez
Evolves at level: 25
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Feez: 
      MP-1, MP-2

Notes about Feez:
      Feez is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Feez fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful.  Luckily, the Greez fairy is just as easy to catch as a Feez, so 
you never have to use this fairy.

**** Greez ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: Greezloc
Evolves at level: 45
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Greez: 
      MP-1, MP-2

Notes about Greez:
      Greez is a much-improved fairy compared to the Feez.  It loses the 
Feez fairy’s high chance to get Critical Hits, but it gains in both Hit 
Points and Jumping Ability.  The Jumping Ability, combined with the High 
Dexterity makes the Greez a very maneuverable fairy. 

**** Greezloc ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Greezloc: 
      MP-3

Notes about Greezloc:
      Greezloc is a great fairy.  It has good Hit Points, Dexterity and 
a good chance for Critical Hits.  Add these abilities to the strength of 
the Ice spells and you have a very potent fairy.

**** Glacess ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Glacess: 
      MP-3

Notes about Glacess:
      Glacess is fairly strong for a fairy that does not have any other 
evolutionary forms.  She has slightly lower Hit Points than the Greezloc 
does, but otherwise has the same statistics.  The Glacess would be a 
good fairy to use, except that you can catch a Greezloc on the same 
level that you can find a Glacess.

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**** Fire Fairies ****
**********************

      There are two basic groups of Fire fairies, the Pix demon group 
and the Dracwin dragon group.  The Pix group goes from a cute little 
devil looking creature to a scary looking Demon, Daemonex.  The final 
Tinefol form, the Tinezard is also Fire Fairy.  The Tinezard will be the 
first Fire Fairy you can get. 

      Fire fairy spells are slow charging but hard hitting.  Most of the 
specials associated with the Fire spells focus on either hurting the 
opposing fairy or making the opposing fairy more susceptible to future 
attacks.  Fire fairies also have the every popular share the damage 
passive special, which makes the attacking fairy receive the same amount 
of damage that the Fire fairy gets.

      If you morph a Tinefol into a Tinezard early enough, you will find 
the Fire fairies very useful.  The strength against Nature fairies makes 
life easier at the beginning of the game.  By the time you reach the 
Lava Caves, I think the usefulness of the Fire fairy has long past.  You 
will already have strong fairies that provide the same strengths to 
Nature, Air, Ice and Chaos fairies.  The last part of the game is filled 
with Dark fairies, with some Water and Light fairies on some of the 
Fairy Masters.  This seriously limits the effectiveness of the Fire 
fairies.  I know there are characters in the game that they you to get 
the Fire fairies, but I would leave them at home once you find your 
first Ice fairy.

**** Fire Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Nature, Air, Ice, and Chaos
      Weak Attack Against: Water, Light, and Dark
      Strong Defense Against: Nature, Air, Ice, and Chaos
      Weak Defense Against: Water, Light, Dark, and Metal

**** Where to find Fire Fairies ****

      You can find wild Fire fairies in the Lava Caves.

**** Best Fire Fairy ****

      The best Fire fairy is a Flagwin fairy.  All other Fire fairies 
are too slow are don’t have enough Hit Points.

**** Pix ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: Ferix
Evolves at level: 23
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Pix: 
      LC-4, LC-5

Notes about Pix:
      Pix is a very weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Pix fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful, although the Pix is a very maneuverable fairy.  This can make 
capturing a Pix difficult, since it moves so fast.

**** Ferix ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Daemonex
Evolves at level: 30
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Ferix: 
      LC-4, LC-5

Notes about Ferix:
      Ferxi is a more durable fairy than the Pix fairy, but it loses 
some Dexterity and some chance to make a Critical Hit.  The added 
durability makes the Ferix a better fairy, however, since it can survive 
in a fight long enough to inflict some damage.

**** Daemonex ****
Hit Points: Highest
Dexterity: Lowest
Jump Ability: Average
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Daemonex: 
      There are no wild Daemonex in the game.  You will have to create a 
Daemonex by evolving a Ferix.

Notes about Daemonex:
      Daemonex is a much stronger fairy than a Ferix, but it loses 
almost all of the Ferix fairy’s mobility.  The resulting Daemonex fairy 
can take a lot of damage, but it can’t move much.

**** Dracwin ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: Highest
Evolves to: Flagwin
Evolves with: Elemental Stone of Fire
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Dracwin: 
      LC-2, LC-3, LC-4, LC-5

Notes about Dracwin:
      Dracwin is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest 
evolution fairies.  Dracwin fairies can’t survive in a battle long 
enough to be useful.

**** Flagwin ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Flagwin: 
      There are no wild Flagwin in the game.  You will have to make a 
Flagwin by giving a Dracwin the Evolutionary Stone of Fire.  Lucky there 
are a couple of Evolutionary Stones of Fire in the Lava Caves, just 
waiting for you to use them on a Dracwin.

Notes about Flagwin:
      Flagwin is a strong fairy that is both maneuverable and durable.  
These attributes make the Flagwin fairy the best Fire fairy.  The low 
chance to get Critical Hits is some cause for concern.  However, the 
Flagwin is the only Fire fairy with a High amount of Hit Points that 
still has mobility.

**** Tinezard ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Average
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where to find a Tinezard: 
      There are no wild Tinezard fairies in the game.  You will have to 
make a Tinezard by giving a Tinefol the Evolutionary Stone of Fire.  

Notes about Tinezard:
      Tinezard is the easiest Fire fairy to get.  You can actually get a 
Tinezard pretty early in the game, when a Fire fairy is the most useful.  
Overall, the Tinezard is a pretty average fairy, with no really 
strengths or weaknesses.

**********************
**** Dark Fairies ****
**********************

      Dark fairies are evil, cadaver looking fairies.  They have rotting 
or torn skin and a throaty, gurgling voice.  Dark fairies are probably 
the most disturbing looking fairies in the game. 

      Dark fairies are quick and agile.  They all have the highest 
dexterity possible plus a high Jump skill.  Their spells, for the most 
part, are slow charging but pack a significant punch.  Their special 
spell abilities are focused on increasing the damage of their attack or 
increasing their attack speed.  The downside to the Dark fairies is 
their significant experience requirements for advancement.  Dark fairies 
and Light fairies share the distinction of being the most expensive 
fairies to promote.

      Dark fairies have one less strength and one more weakness than 
Light fairies.  Dark fairies are good fairies for the most part.  
Unfortunately, by the time you can actually catch one, the only 
strengths the have that are useful are the Strengths against PSI and 
Fire.  Still, the strength against the PSI fairies is important and the 
Dark fairies are strong enough that you won’t go wrong by including one 
in your fairy deck.

**** Dark Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Air, PSI, Stone, and Fire
      Weak Attack Against: Water and Light
      Strong Defense Against: Air, PSI, Stone, and Fire
      Weak Defense Against: Water and Light

**** Where to find Dark Fairies ****

      You can find wild Dark fairies on the road to the Ruins in the 
Forest and in the Shadow Realm.  You can also find Dark fairies any 
place you can find Chaos fairies.  It’s very rare to find a Dark fairy 
outside of the Ruins or the Shadow Realm.

**** Best Dark Fairy ****

      The best Dark fairy is Dredanox.

**** Manox ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: Turnox
Evolves at level: 30
Follows Experience Chart: 11 

Where to find a Manox: 
      Cottage Cellar, Lower Catacombs of Tiralin, EF-5, SR-2, SR-3, 
SR-4, SR-5, SR-6

Notes about Manox:
      Manox is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Manox fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful.

**** Turnox ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: Dredanox
Evolves at level: 40
Follows Experience Chart: 11

Where to find a Turnox: 
      Lower Catacombs of Tiralin, EF-5, SR-6

Notes about Turnox:
      Turnox are fairly tough fairies.  While they have an average 
number of Hit Points, they are very agile.  This makes Turnox useful 
while you are trying to get it to evolve to the better Dredanox fairy.

**** Dredanox ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 11

Where to find a Dredanox: 
      There are no wild Dredanox fairies in the game.  Given the steep 
experience requirements for each Dark Fairy level, getting a Dredanox 
will be time consuming.  The Dredanox fairy requires the second highest 
amount of experience points to obtain.

Notes about Dredanox:
      Dredanox is by far the best Dark fairy.  It is highly maneuverable 
and very durable.  The Dredanox is definitely worth the effort that it 
takes to evolve it from a Turnox fairy.

***********************
**** Chaos Fairies ****
***********************

      Chaos fairies are warped looking creatures.  They include the 
strange, birdlike Rasrow family, the skeletal Skelbo family, and the 
deformed insects Akritar and Segbuzz.

      Chaos fairies are pretty average fairies, although they never seem 
to have quite enough Hit Points to stay around long enough.  This may be 
due to their weakness against several of the most common fairies in the 
wild and on Fairy Masters.  Chaos fairies’ offensive spells are slow 
charging but generally strong damaging spells.  Their spell special 
effects are rather eclectic mix, doing everything from messing up the 
opposing fairy’s controls, to reducing the opposing fairy’s movement, to 
increasing their own attack strength.

      Chaos Fairies are somewhat of a mixed blessing, especially when 
you can first capture them.  Chaos Fairies are vulnerable against Nature 
Fairies, which are the most common fairies in the game.  Chaos Fairies 
are the only fairies strong against Water Fairies, up until you get your 
first Energy fairy.  When you get an Energy fairy, you can trade four 
weaknesses and two strengths, for two different weaknesses and a single 
additional strength.

**** Chaos Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Water and PSI
      Weak Attack Against: Nature, Air, Light, and Fire
      Strong Defense Against: PSI
      Weak Defense Against: Nature, Air, Light, and Fire

**** Where to find Chaos Fairies ****

      You can find wild Chaos fairies in underground Catacombs and in 
the Shadow Realm.

**** Best Chaos Fairies ****

      The best Chaos fairies are Skelrath and Psyrow, in that order.  
Skelrath has most of the same statistics as the Psyrow, but it has a 
better chance at getting a Critical Hit than the Psyrow.

**** Rasrow ****
Hit Points: Low
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: Highest
Evolves to: Maulrow
Evolves at level: 35
Follows Experience Chart: 1

Where to find a Rasrow: 
      Catacombs below Tiralin, Cottage Cellar, Lower Catacombs of 
      Tiralin, SR-1, SR-2, SR-3, SR-4, SR-5

Notes about Rasrow:
      Rasrow is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Rasrow fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful, although you have to use them since you can’t find a wild 
Maulrow.

**** Maulrow ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Average
Evolves to: 
Evolves at level: 40
Follows Experience Chart: 1

Where to find a Maulrow: 
      There are no wild Maulrow fairies in the game.  You will have to 
raise a Rasrow until it evolves into a Maulrow.

Notes about Maulrow:
      Maulrow is a better fairy than Rasrow, but it only has an average 
number of Hit Points.  The added mobility of the Maulrow is a big plus 
for this fairy.

**** Psyrow ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 1

Where to find a Psyrow: 
      There are no wide Psyrow fairies in the game.  You will have to 
raise a Maulrow until it evolves into a Psyrow.

Notes about Rasrow:
      Psyrow fairies a strong fairies with a lot of durability and 
mobility.  Psyrow is one of the best Chaos fairies available.

**** Skelbo ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: Skeljaw
Evolves at level: 22
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Skelbo: 
      Catacombs below Tiralin, Cottage Cellar

Notes about Skelbo:
      Skelbo is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Skelbo fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful although you have to use them, since you can’t find a wild 
Skeljaw.

**** Skeljaw ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: Low
Special: High
Evolves to: Skelrath
Evolves at level: 49
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Skeljaw: 
      There are no wild Skeljaw fairies in the game.  You will have to 
evolve a Skelbo into a Skeljaw.

Notes about Skeljaw:
      The Skeljaw loses the Skelbo’s jump ability, but improves upon the 
Skelbo in every other way.  The average Hit Points of the Skeljaw are 
somewhat of the drawback, but they do make the Skeljaw much more durable 
than the Skelbo.

**** Skelrath ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Average
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 7

Where to find a Skelrath: 
      There are no wild Skelrath in the game.  You will have to evolve a 
Skelbo into a Skeljaw and then into a Skelrath.  With Skeljaw’s having 
the distinction of requiring highest level and experience point total to 
evolve, you will be fighting for a while before you get a Skelrath.

Notes about Skelrath:
      It takes a long fight to get a Skelrath, but after the battle, you 
get a strong fairy.  Skelrath has good mobility and durability, plus it 
has a decent chance of getting a Critical Hit.  These abilities make the 
Skelrath the best Chaos fairy available.

**** Akritar ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: High
Special: Highest
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 9

Where to find a Akritar: 
      Lower Catacombs of Tiralin, SR-1, SR-2, SR-3, SR-4, SR-5

Notes about Akritar:
      Like most fairies that can not evolve into another form, the 
Akritar is a very weak fairy.  While it has a great chance to score a 
Critical Hit, its low Hit Points make the Akritar a liability in a fairy 
duel.

**** Segbuzz ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: Low
Jump Ability: Average
Special: Highest
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 10

Where you can trade for a Segbuzz:
      Magic Shop of Tiralin East - You can trade a Suane Light fairy to 
a female elf in Tiralin to get a Segbuzz.  You will later trade the 
Segbuzz for a Worgot.  Eventually you will get your Segbuzz back.  

Notes about Segbuzz:
      There is only one Segbuzz in the game and it isn’t anything 
special.  Segbuzz fairies have an average amount of Hit Points, but 
their low Dexterity means they can’t dodge any attacks.

***********************
**** Metal Fairies ****
***********************

      Metal fairies are mechanical fairies with piercing blue eyes.  The 
have the distinction of being the only fairy type that doesn’t evolve 
through experience.  The only way to evolve a Metal fairy is by using 
the forgotten Tools of the Dwarves on them.

      All of the Metal fairies’ spells are fast firing and with low 
damage.  Most of the specials attached to the Metal fairies’ spells 
focus on increasing the amount of damage they deal.  Metal fairies are 
surprisingly agile, with all the varieties having high or the highest 
dexterity.

      Metal fairies are weak against a number of fairly common fairy 
types, but even so, they are never pushovers in a fight.  With their 
rapid firing spells, they can cause significant damage to fairies they 
are weak against while using their high dexterity to keep from getting 
hit.  One wild Metal fairy shouldn’t give you too much trouble, but a 
group of Metal fairies can cause even your most experienced and 
resistant fairy troubles.  Metal fairies tend to attack in groups.  You 
will fight three different set battles against multiple Metal fairies.

**** Metal Fairy’s Strengths and Weaknesses ****

      Strong Attack Against: Nature, PSI and Fire
      Weak Attack Against: Air, Water, Light, Energy, and Stone
      Strong Defense Against: Nothing
      Weak Defense Against: Metal, Water, Energy, and Ice

**** Where to find Metal Fairies ****

      You can find wild Metal fairies in the Junkyard in the Sky and in 
the forgotten Dwarf Workshop.

**** Best Metal Fairies ****

      The best Metal fairy is Gigarex.

**** Minari ****
Hit Points: Lowest
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: High
Special: Low
Evolves to: Megari
Evolves with: the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Minari: 
      The Old Dwarf Factory, RC-5 (Junkyard in the Sky)

Notes about Minari:
      Minari is a pretty weak fairy, as are most of the lowest evolution 
fairies.  Minari fairies can’t survive in a battle long enough to be 
useful.

**** Megari ****
Hit Points: Average
Dexterity: High
Jump Ability: High
Special: Average
Evolves to: Gigarex
Evolves with: the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Megari: 
      There are no wild Megari fairies in the game.  You have to evolve 
a Minari using the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves.  Luckily you will 
find the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves the same time you are able to 
capture your first Metal fairy.

Notes about Megari:
      Megari is an improvement over the Minari, but it still doesn’t 
have quite enough Hit Points to be great.  The final form of the Metal 
fairies, Gigarex, is superior to Megari.

**** Gigarex ****
Hit Points: High
Dexterity: Highest
Jump Ability: Highest
Special: Low
Evolves to: N/A
Follows Experience Chart: 8

Where to find a Gigarex: 
      There are no wild Gigarex fairies in the game.  You have to evolve 
a Megari using the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves.  Luckily you will 
find the Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves about the same time you are able 
to capture your first Metal fairy.

Notes about Gigarex:
      Gigarex is the best Metal fairy in the game.  It has a lot of Hit 
Points and is highly maneuverable.  The low chance to get a Critical Hit 
is a drawback to a Gigarex, but its other statistics make up for its 
lacking in the Special Ability.

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**** Fairy Experience Charts ****
*********************************

      Experience levels go from 0 to 60.  The game will identify the 
amount of experience required for you to get to the next level, up to 
level 59.  The game will not tell you how much experience you need to 
get to level 60, but it is 15,000 for all fairies.  Once you reach level 
60, your fairies will stop gaining experience.

      For all the different fairy experience charts, the amount of 
experience required to rise to the next level increases with each level 
you gain.  The amount of the experience increase stays relatively 
constant until you get to the mid-forties to mid-fifties.  At these 
levels, the amount to experience required to get to the next level will 
rapidly grow quite large. 

      A set of fairies that are evolved forms of each other will all 
have the same experience point levels.  For example, Sillias can evolve 
to Viterias, which can evolve to Bonerias.  All three of these fairies 
will have the same experience levels.  Experience charts can be used by 
multiple different fairies.  In the charts below, the experience points 
listed are the number of experience points required to reach a 
particular level.

      The experience charts are listed in order of difficulty from 
easiest to hardest.  Fairies using Experience Chart 1 will advance much 
faster than fairies using Experience Chart 11. 

**** Experience Chart 1 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Mencre, Mensek, Rasrow, Maulrow, and Psyrow

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 184           31 = 1661          46 = 6187
2 = 1             17 = 225           32 = 1846          47 = 6647
3 = 1             18 = 272           33 = 2045          48 = 7130
4 = 1             19 = 325           34 = 2259          49 = 7637
5 = 2             20 = 386           35 = 2488          50 = 8169
6 = 7             21 = 454           36 = 2733          51 = 8727
7 = 12            22 = 530           37 = 2995          52 = 9310
8 = 19            23 = 614           38 = 3273          53 = 9920
9 = 27            24 = 708           39 = 3569          54 = 10,558
10 = 39           25 = 811           40 = 3883          55 = 11,224
11 = 53           26 = 924           41 = 4216          56 = 11,919
12 = 71           27 = 1048          42 = 4569          57 = 12,643
13 = 92           28 = 1183          43 = 4942          58 = 13,398
14 = 118          29 = 1330          44 = 5335          59 = 14,183
15 = 148          30 = 1489          45 = 5750          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 2 *****

Experience chart for fairies:
      
      Sirella, Beltaur, Mentaur, Clum, and Clumaur

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 242           31 = 1905          46 = 6539
2 = 1             17 = 292           32 = 2104          47 = 6994
3 = 2             18 = 349           33 = 2316          48 = 7469
4 = 4             19 = 413           34 = 2543          49 = 7966
5 = 7             20 = 485           35 = 2784          50 = 8485
6 = 12            21 = 565           36 = 3040          51 = 9027
7 = 19            22 = 653           37 = 3312          52 = 9592
8 = 28            23 = 750           38 = 3600          53 = 10,180
9 = 40            24 = 857           39 = 3904          54 = 10,792
10 = 56           25 = 973           40 = 4225          55 = 11,429
11 = 75           26 = 1100          41 = 4564          56 = 12,091
12 = 99           27 = 1238          42 = 4921          57 = 12,779
13 = 127          28 = 1386          43 = 5297          58 = 13,493
14 = 159          29 = 1547          44 = 5691          59 = 14,233
15 = 198          30 = 1720          45 = 6105          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 3 *****

Experience chart for fairies: 

      Sillia, Viteria, Boneria, Grem, Gremor, Gremrock, Tadana, Aquana, 
and Oceana.

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 274           31 = 2028          46 = 6706
2 = 1             17 = 329           32 = 2233          47 = 7157
3 = 2             18 = 391           33 = 2451          48 = 7629
4 = 5             19 = 461           34 = 2683          49 = 8121
5 = 9             20 = 538           35 = 2930          50 = 8633
6 = 14            21 = 623           36 = 3191          51 = 9167
7 = 23            22 = 718           37 = 3467          52 = 9723
8 = 34            23 = 821           38 = 3759          53 = 10,300
9 = 48            24 = 934           39 = 4066          54 = 10,901
10 = 66           25 = 1057          40 = 4391          55 = 11,524
11 = 88           26 = 1191          41 = 4732          56 = 12,171
12 = 115          27 = 1335          42 = 5090          57 = 12,841
13 = 146          28 = 1490          43 = 5466          58 = 13,536
14 = 183          29 = 1657          44 = 5861          59 = 14,256
15 = 225          30 = 1837          45 = 6274          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 4 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Worgot, Corgot, Symgot, Blumella, Airia, Luria, and Laticia

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 344           31 = 2274          46 = 7021
2 = 2             17 = 409           32 = 2490          47 = 7466
3 = 3             18 = 482           33 = 2719          48 = 7929
4 = 7             19 = 562           34 = 2961          49 = 8410
5 = 13            20 = 650           35 = 3216          50 = 8910
6 = 21            21 = 748           36 = 3486          51 = 9429
7 = 33            22 = 854           37 = 3770          52 = 9967
8 = 48            23 = 969           38 = 4068          53 = 10,524
9 = 67            24 = 1095          39 = 4381          54 = 11,101
10 = 90           25 = 1230          40 = 4710          55 = 11,699
11 = 118          26 = 1376          41 = 5054          56 = 12,317
12 = 152          27 = 1533          42 = 5414          57 = 12,956
13 = 190          28 = 1700          43 = 5791          58 = 13,616
14 = 235          29 = 1880          44 = 6184          59 = 14,297
15 = 286          30 = 2071          45 = 6594          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 5 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Abery, and Abnobery

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 382           31 = 2396          46 = 7171
2 = 2             17 = 452           32 = 2617          47 = 7612
3 = 4             18 = 530           33 = 2851          48 = 8071
4 = 9             19 = 616           34 = 3097          49 = 8547
5 = 16            20 = 710           35 = 3357          50 = 9040
6 = 26            21 = 813           36 = 3630          51 = 9551
7 = 39            22 = 925           37 = 3917          52 = 10,080
8 = 56            23 = 1046          38 = 4218          53 = 10,628
9 = 78            24 = 1177          39 = 4534          54 = 11,195
10 = 104          25 = 1319          40 = 4864          55 = 11,780
11 = 135          26 = 1470          41 = 5209          56 = 12,384
12 = 172          27 = 1633          42 = 5570          57 = 13,009
13 = 215          28 = 1806          43 = 5946          58 = 13,652
14 = 264          29 = 1991          44 = 6338          59 = 14,316
15 = 319          30 = 2188          45 = 6746          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 6 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Fygaery, Vesbat, Stobat, and Garbat

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 422           31 = 2518          46 = 7316
2 = 2             17 = 497           32 = 2744          47 = 7753
3 = 5             18 = 580           33 = 2982          48 = 8207
4 = 10            19 = 671           34 = 3232          49 = 8678
5 = 19            20 = 771           35 = 3495          50 = 9165
6 = 30            21 = 879           36 = 3772          51 = 9668
7 = 46            22 = 997           37 = 4062          52 = 10,189
8 = 65            23 = 1124          38 = 4365          53 = 10,728
9 = 89            24 = 1261          39 = 4683          54 = 11,283
10 = 119          25 = 1408          40 = 5014          55 = 11,857
11 = 154          26 = 1566          41 = 5360          56 = 12,449
12 = 194          27 = 1734          42 = 5721          57 = 13,059
13 = 241          28 = 1913          43 = 6097          58 = 13,687
14 = 294          29 = 2103          44 = 6487          59 = 14,334
15 = 354          30 = 2305          45 = 6894          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 7 *****

Experience chart for fairies:
      
      Pix, Ferix, Daemonex, Dracwin, Flagwin, Skelbo, Skeljaw, and 
Skelrath

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 507           31 = 2759          46 = 7590
2 = 3             17 = 592           32 = 2993          47 = 8020
3 = 7             18 = 685           33 = 3239          48 = 8465
4 = 15            19 = 787           34 = 3497          49 = 8925
5 = 26            20 = 897           35 = 3766          50 = 9399
6 = 41            21 = 1017          36 = 4049          51 = 9889
7 = 61            22 = 1146          37 = 4343          52 = 10,393
8 = 86            23 = 1284          38 = 4651          53 = 10,914
9 = 116           24 = 1432          39 = 4971          54 = 11,449
10 = 152          25 = 1590          40 = 5304          55 = 12,001
11 = 194          26 = 1758          41 = 5651          56 = 12,568
12 = 243          27 = 1936          42 = 6011          57 = 13,152
13 = 298          28 = 2126          43 = 6385          58 = 13,752
14 = 360          29 = 2326          44 = 6772          59 = 14,368
15 = 429          30 = 2537          45 = 7174          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 8 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Pfoe, Taze, Sirael, Gorael, Fathrael, Cera, Amnis, Ceramnis, 
Violectra, Biolectra, Darbue, Bue, Lighbue, JumJum, JumRock, Feez, 
Greez, Greezloc, Glacess, Minari, Megari, and Gigarex

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 551           31 = 2879          46 = 7720
2 = 4             17 = 641           32 = 3116          47 = 8147
3 = 9             18 = 740           33 = 3366          48 = 8587
4 = 18            19 = 847           34 = 3626          49 = 9041
5 = 31            20 = 963           35 = 3899          50 = 9510
6 = 48            21 = 1088          36 = 4183          51 = 9992
7 = 70            22 = 1222          37 = 4480          52 = 10,489
8 = 98            23 = 1365          38 = 4789          53 = 11,001
9 = 131           24 = 1518          39 = 5110          54 = 11,527
10 = 171          25 = 1681          40 = 5444          55 = 12,068
11 = 216          26 = 1855          41 = 5790          56 = 12,624
12 = 269          27 = 2038          42 = 6150          57 = 13,195
13 = 328          28 = 2232          43 = 6523          58 = 13,782
14 = 395          29 = 2437          44 = 6908          59 = 14,383
15 = 469          30 = 2652          45 = 7308          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 9 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Akritar, and Goop

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 1             16 = 598           31 = 2997          46 = 7846
2 = 4             17 = 693           32 = 3238          47 = 8269
3 = 11            18 = 796           33 = 3491          48 = 8705
4 = 21            19 = 908           34 = 3754          49 = 9154
5 = 35            20 = 1029          35 = 4029          50 = 9616
6 = 55            21 = 1159          36 = 4316          51 = 10,092
7 = 80            22 = 1299          37 = 4614          52 = 10,581
8 = 111           23 = 1447          38 = 4924          53 = 11,084
9 = 147           24 = 1606          39 = 5246          54 = 11,601
10 = 190          25 = 1774          40 = 5580          55 = 12,132
11 = 240          26 = 1952          41 = 5926          56 = 12,677
12 = 296          27 = 2140          42 = 6285          57 = 13,237
13 = 360          28 = 2338          43 = 6656          58 = 13,810
14 = 432          29 = 2547          44 = 7040          59 = 14,398
15 = 511          30 = 2767          45 = 7437          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 10 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Lana, Liana, Segbuzz, Tinefol, Tinezard, Tineves, and Tinerog

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 2             16 = 796           31 = 3458          46 = 8312
2 = 8             17 = 910           32 = 3711          47 = 8719
3 = 20            18 = 1034          33 = 3974          48 = 9136
4 = 38            19 = 1165          34 = 4246          49 = 9564
5 = 60            20 = 1306          35 = 4528          50 = 10,004
6 = 90            21 = 1456          36 = 4821          51 = 10,454
7 = 127           22 = 1614          37 = 5124          52 = 10,915
8 = 171           23 = 1782          38 = 5436          53 = 11,386
9 = 222           24 = 1958          39 = 5759          54 = 11,869
10 = 280          25 = 2144          40 = 6093          55 = 12,363
11 = 346          26 = 2339          41 = 6436          56 = 12,868
12 = 420          27 = 2544          42 = 6790          57 = 13,385
13 = 502          28 = 2758          43 = 7155          58 = 13,912
14 = 592          29 = 2969          44 = 7530          59 = 14,451
15 = 689          30 = 3215          45 = 7915          60 = 15,000

**** Experience Chart 11 *****

Experience chart for fairies:

      Lighane, Driane, Suane, Manox, Turnox, and Dredanox.

Level            Level              Level              Level
1 = 44            16 = 2271          31 = 5840          46 = 10,263
2 = 117           17 = 2476          32 = 6111          47 = 10,583
3 = 208           18 = 2687          33 = 6385          48 = 10,906
4 = 314           19 = 2902          34 = 6664          49 = 11,232
5 = 431           20 = 3123          35 = 6946          50 = 11,561
6 = 560           21 = 3348          36 = 7231          51 = 11,893
7 = 697           22 = 3578          37 = 7520          52 = 12,227
8 = 844           23 = 3813          38 = 7812          53 = 12,564
9 = 998           24 = 4052          39 = 8107          54 = 12,904
10 = 1160         25 = 4295          40 = 8405          55 = 13,247
11 = 1330         26 = 4543          41 = 8707          56 = 13,593
12 = 1506         27 = 4794          42 = 9012          57 = 13,941
13 = 1688         28 = 5050          43 = 9320          58 = 14,291
14 = 1876         29 = 5310          44 = 9631          59 = 14,645
15 = 2071         30 = 5573          45 = 9946          60 = 15,000

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****************************** THE SPELLS ******************************
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**** Spell Overview ****
************************

      This section lists all of the possible fairy spells in the game.  
The spells grouped by the fairy type of the spell.  The spells are 
listed in the order that they appear in the offensive and passive spell 
tabs.  The order the spells appear in is somewhat important since some 
Spell Merchants will only sell the first two or three spells of a 
certain type.

      Each fairy type has five offensive spells and five passive spells.  
Passive spells have a required spell level, a mana cost, and a special 
ability attributes.  Offensive spells have all of the Passive spells 
attributes plus Damage and Fire Rate ratings.  

      The spell requirement level consists of a number of colored 
squares or boxes next to the spell.  The circles represent the offensive 
spell level requirements and square boxes represent passive spell level 
requirements.  The color of a circle or square represents the fairy type 
your fairy needs to be proficient in to use the spell.  Some spells 
require more than one fairy type to use.  Basically, to use a spell, 
your fairy must have at least the same number and type of circles or 
squares as the spell you are trying to give your fairy.

      The Damage, Mana and Fire Rate attributes have a rating between 1 
and 5.  For the Damage attribute the numeric rating describes how much 
damage the spell does compared to other spells. I’ve assigned each of 
the Damage levels a name.  Damage levels from lowest to strongest are: 
weakest, weak, average, high and highest.  The amount of damage done by 
a spell depends both on the fairy’s level and on the spells damage 
rating.  As a fairy advances in level, the fairy will do progressively 
more damage when it attacks.

      The Mana attribute’s rating tells how many shots or times the 
spell can be used.  The number of shots available per rating, from least 
to greatest is 5 shots, 15 shots, 30 shots, 40 shots, and 55 shots.  No 
offensive spell has the 55 shot mana cost.

      The Fire Rate attribute determines how fast a spell can be 
charged.  Fire Rate levels go from slowest, slow, average, fast and 
fastest.  Spells with the slow and slowest Fire Rating take a seemingly 
long time to charge.  If you have a slow firing spell and you get hit 
the a status effect that slows your spell charging rate even further, 
you will probably feel like your spell is not charging at all.

      The Special Abilities of the offensive and passive spells tell 
what other effects the spell has besides just straight damage.

      All fairies that you capture will come with the first offensive 
spell of their type.  This means all of your captured fairies will 
always have an offensive spell available.   Not all of the first 
offensive spells are available for sale from Magic Merchants.  This 
means that capturing wild fairies may be your only way to get multiple 
copies of some of the first level spells.

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**** Nature Spells ****
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Nature spells are denoted with a green color.

      Nature spells of note are “Falling Tree”, which will poison the 
opposing fairy and “Thorn Armour”, which blocks all damage from 5 
attacks.

**** Offensive Spells ****

** Small Quake ** 
Requires 1 Green (Nature) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = none
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Nature fairy you catch

** Falling Tree **
Requires 2 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Status Change – Opponent is poisoned
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Razor Blade **
Requires 3 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical Hit does 25 points damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Light Spurs ** 
Requires 2 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weak
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical Hit reduces opponent’s recharge rate by 80%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

** Large Root **
Requires 1 Green (Nature) and 1 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weak 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical Hit makes opponent move 60% slower
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

**** Passive Spells ****

** Birch Skin **
Requires 1 Green (Nature) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 40 Shots
Increases Defense – hit causes 20% less damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Oak Skin ** 
Requires 3 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 5 Shots
Increases Defense – hit causes 80% less damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Sharp Eye **
Requires 1 Green (Nature) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increases Critical Hit probability by 60%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Thorn Armour **
Requires 3 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 5 Shots
Increased Defense – hit causes no damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

** Untouchable ** 
Requires 2 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increases Defense – prevents all status changes
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

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**** Air Spells ****
********************

      Air spells are denoted with a dull white color.

      Most of the offensive spells’ special abilities reduce the 
opposing fairies Spell Recharge rate on a Critical Hit.  All of the 
passive spells focus on increasing the Air fairy’s movement or jumping 
ability.

**** Offensive Spells ****

** Storm **
Requires 1 Dull White (Air) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = none
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Air fairy you catch

** Powerless Spirit **
Requires 2 Dull White (Air) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weak 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit slows opponent’s spell recharge rate 20%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Storm Arrow **
Requires 2 Dull White (Air) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Critical hit causes 25 points damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Tornado **
Requires 1 Dull White (Air) and 1 Lavender (Energy) Spell Levels in 
Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit slows opponent 20%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Great Displacement **
Requires 3 Dull White (Air) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weak 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit slows opponent’s spell recharge speed 40%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

**** Passive Spells ****

** Storm **
Requires 1 Dull White (Air) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = none
Assistance – 15% faster movement rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Tornado **
Requires 1 Dull White (Air) and 1 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = none
Assistance – 30% faster movement rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Upward Wind **
Requires 1 Dull White (Air) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = none
Assistance – 20% faster Jump Energy recharge rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Geyser **
Requires 2 Dull White (Air) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = none
Assistance – 40% faster Jump Energy recharge rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

** Hurricane **
Requires 1 Dull White (Air) and 1 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Assistance – Magic Jumping
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, in the East Pavilion of 
the Realm of Clouds

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**** Water Spells ****
**********************

      Water spells are denoted with a blue color.

      Offensive Water spells focus on doing extra damage with Critical 
Hits.  The “Call of the Water” spell will do a full 60% more damage on a 
critical hit.  All of the passive Water spells attempt to protect or 
heal the Water fairy.  I’ve found the two healing spells to be 
ineffective.  The “Smooth as Glass” passive spell with its Reflect (Life 
Steal) damage ability is very useful followed by “Sorrow Shared”, which 
will reduce all damage received by 50%.

**** Offensive Spells ****

** Small Waves **
Requires 1 Blue (Water) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = none
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Water fairy you catch and 
from Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of Tiralin East

** Hail of Needles **
Requires 1 Blue (Water) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit does 5 damage points
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage and 
Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of Tiralin East

** Hail of Knives **
Requires 2 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit does 10 points of damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Slight Insanity **
Requires 1 Blue (Water) and 1 Green (Nature) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weak 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Opponent’s spell recharge rate reduced by 40%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East and Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

** Call of the Water **
Requires 3 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Weakest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Fastest
Specials = Critical hit does 60% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

**** Passive Spells ****

** Slight Healing **
Requires 1 Blue (Water) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Heals one damage point.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage and 
Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of Tiralin East

** Healing Power **
Requires 2 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Heals five damage points.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage and 
Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of Tiralin East

** Shapeless Power **
Requires 1 Blue (Water) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Critical Hits have no effect
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage and 
Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of Tiralin East

** Smooth as Glass **
Requires 2 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 5 Shots
Increased Defense – Reflect - Steals life from your opponent and gives 
it to your fairy.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

** Sorrow Shared **
Requires 3 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Defense – hit causes 50% less damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

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**** Light Spells ****
**********************

      Light spells are denoted with a glowing ivory color.

      The offensive Light spells seek to damage or incapacitate the 
opposing fairy.  The Damage and Fire Rate abilities are different on all 
of the offensive spells.  Some offensive spells of note are the “Surge 
of Light” spell, which will dramatically reduce the opposing fairy’s 
ability to attack, and the “Light Arrow” spell, which is fast firing and 
hard hitting.

      Most of the passive Light spells focus on protecting the Light 
fairy from damage of some type.  The “Painful Charge” spell will deal 
damage to your attacker every time you are hit.  The downside of this 
spell is that you have to take damage for this spell to work.  This can 
be a deadly spell if you are attacking a Light fairy.

**** Offensive Spells ****

** Reflection **
Requires 1 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit does 20% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Light fairy you catch and 
Magic Merchant 6, near the East Pavilion in the Realm of Clouds

** Bundled Light **
Requires 2 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit does 80% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, near the East Pavilion 
in the Realm of Clouds

** Light Arrow **
Requires 2 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = High 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fastest
Specials = Opponent moves 60% slower with a Critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, near the East Pavilion 
in the Realm of Clouds

** Surge of Light **
Requires 3 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Opponent’s spells are recharged at an 80% slower rate with a 
Critical Hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 7, inside the White 
Cathedral in the Realm of Clouds

** Enchanted Light **
Requires 2 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = High 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Opponent is temporarily blinded with a Critical Hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 7, inside the White 
Cathedral in the Realm of Clouds

**** Passive Spells ****

** Power of Light **
Requires 1 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Defense – hit causes 50% less damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, near the East Pavilion 
in the Realm of Clouds

** Kiss of Light **
Requires 2 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – heals 10 points of damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, near the East Pavilion 
in the Realm of Clouds

** Painful Charge **
Requires 3 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Defense – opponent receives the same amount of damage 
inflicted on your fairy
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 6, near the East Pavilion 
in the Realm of Clouds

** Lucky Dip **
Requires 2 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Attack – 60% more damage with a critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 7, inside the White 
Cathedral in the Realm of Clouds

** Shelter of the Light **
Requires 1 Glowing Ivory (Light) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 5 Shots
Increased Defense – prevents status changes
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 7, inside the White 
Cathedral in the Realm of Clouds

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**** Energy Spells ****
***********************

      Energy spells are denoted with a lavender color

      Most offensive Energy spells focus on slowing down the opposing 
fairy.  The best spells of this type are “Chain Reaction”, which 
temporarily prevent the fairy from moving any direction, except up and 
down and “Exiled Power”, which will reduce the opposing fairy’s Spell 
Recharge rate.  “Burning Spear” is possibly the most effective spell, 
which changes opposing fairy’s status to “burnt” on Critical Hits.  You 
need a backup spell if you use “Burning Spear”, since it only has 5 
shots.

      Most of the passive Energy spells focus on increasing the damage 
of the Energy fairy’s attack.  The lowest level passive spell, “Targeted 
Damage” guarantees that all your attacks will do an extra 20% more 
damage.  “Homesickness” will damage the attacking fairy with each time 
the attacking fairy hits the Energy fairy.

**** Offensive Spells ****
** No Discharge **
Requires 1 Lavender (Energy) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = None
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Energy fairy you catch 

** Chain Reaction **
Requires 3 Lavender (Energy) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit slows opponent’s movement by 100%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** Time Shift **
Requires 2 Lavender (Energy) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = High
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = High
Specials = Opponent moves 80% slower
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** Exiled Power **
Requires 2 Lavender (Light) and 1 Dull White (Air) Spell Levels in 
Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Opponent’s spells are recharged at an 80% slower rate with a 
critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** Burning Spear **
Requires 1 Lavender (Energy) and one dull white (Air) Spell Levels in 
Offense
Damage = Highest 
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit changes opponent’s status to burnt.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

**** Passive Spells ****

** Targeted Damage **
Requires 1 Lavender (Energy) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 40 Shots
Increased Damage – 20% additional damage per hit.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** Homesickness **
Requires 1 Lavender (Energy) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Defense – Opponent receives the same amount of damages inflicted to 
fairy.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** Dubious Luck **
Requires 2 Lavender (Energy) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 5 Shots
Critical hit does 60% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** View Enhancer **
Requires 3 Lavender (Energy) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Attack – probability of a critical hit increased by 80%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

** Magic Awakening **
Requires 1 Lavender (Energy) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Spell recharge 40% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant, in Fairy Garden FG-4

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**** PSI Spells ****
********************

      PSI Spells are denoted with a teal color.

      Offensive PSI spells have a wide variety of effects and damages.  
The PSI fairy has a number of fast firing spells and some slow firing 
spells as well.  The most damaging and fastest spell, “Great 
Telekinesis” is rather annoying, because you have to hunt for your 
opponent after every Critical hit.  I would say “Small Spirit” and 
“Insanity” are the two best PSI offensive spells.

      Most of the passive PSI spells increase the PSI fairy’s movement 
advantage, but the “Quake of Power” spell can keep the PSI fairy deadly 
even with its many fairy type weaknesses.  “Quake of Power” hit the 
attacking fairy with all the damage it does to the PSI fairy.

**** Offensive Spells ****
** Small Spirit **
Requires 1 Teal (PSI) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Lowest
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Fastest
Specials = Critical hit does 10 points damage
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every PSI fairy you catch,  
Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore, and Magic Merchant 8, in the shop 
of Monagham

** Insanity **
Requires 2 Teal (PSI) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit moves 80% slower
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

** Heavy Thoughts **
Requires 2 Teal (PSI) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Lowest
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Fastest
Specials = Critical hit prevents opponent from jumping
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore and 
Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham

** PSI Wave **
Requires 3 Teal (PSI) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit whirls opponent around
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in shop of Monagham

** Great Telekinesis **
Requires 1 Teal (PSI) and 1 Lavender (Energy) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit transports enemy to a random position in the 
arena
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in shop of Monagham

**** Passive Spells ****
** Telekinesis **
Requires 1 Teal (PSI) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Fairy moves 15% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

** Unwavering Spirit **
Requires 1 Teal (PSI) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Defense – Prevents status changes
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

** Quake of Power **
Requires 2 Teal (PSI) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Defense – opponent receives same amount of damage inflicted on your 
fairy.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 4, in Hut 2 of Dunmore

** Migration of Souls **
Requires 3 Teal (PSI) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Fairy moves 60% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in shop of Monagham

** Spiritual Power **
Requires 1 Teal (PSI) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Spells recharge 20% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in shop of Monagham

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**** Stone Spells ****
**********************

      Stone spells are denoted with a dark gray color.

      The offensive Stone spells are slow charging but usually highly 
damaging.  Most of the passive Stone spells attempt to enhance the 
damage of the offensive spells.  “Unintentional Movement” is highly 
useful spell, which steals life from the defending fairy and gives it to 
the attacker.

**** Offensive Spells ****

** Small Stone **
Requires 1 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Highest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = none
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Stone fairy you catch

** Flying Rock **
Requires 2 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Lowest 
Mana = 40 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Critical hit does 60% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Falling Rocks **
Requires 2 Dark Gray (Stone) Spells Level in Offense
Damage = High
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit does 10 damage points
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage and 
Magic Merchant 2, inside the Magic Shop of Tiralin East

** Hail of Stones **
Requires 2 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Highest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = none
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, in the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

** Meteor **
Requires 3 Dark Grey (Stone) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit prevents opponent from jumping
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, in the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

**** Passive Spells ****

** Flying Stones **
Requires 1 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increases damage by of a hit 40%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Stone Spear **
Requires 2 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Critical hit does 60% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Stone Skin **
Requires 1 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 40 Shots
Defense – Hit causes 20% less damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 1, inside the Cottage

** Magic Guidance **
Requires 1 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Attack – 40% higher chance of critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, in the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

** Unintentional Movement **
Requires 3 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Defense – Reflect (Life Steal) – This spell will steal Hit 
Points from your opponent and give them to your fairy.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 2, in the Magic Shop of 
Tiralin East

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**** Ice Spells ****
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      Ice spells are denoted with a sky blue color

      The offensive Ice spells usually do a low amount of damage and 
have a fairly low Firing Rate.  Most of the offensive spells slow the 
opposing fairy down.  The best of these spells is the “Ice Arrow” spell, 
which will actually freeze the opposing fairy.  The downside to this 
spell is that it only has five shots.

      Most of the passive Ice spells enhance the Ice fairy’s jumping 
ability, which I find to be pretty worthless.  The “Absorb Mana” spell 
doubles the Ice fairy’s Spell Recharge rate, eliminating one of 
offensive spells biggest weakness.

**** Offensive Spells ****
** Ball of Ice **
Requires 1 Sky Blue (Ice) Spells Level in Offense
Damage = Average
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit makes opponent move 20% slower
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Ice fairy you catch and 
Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs below Tiralin

** Ice Arrow **
Requires 2 Sky Blue (Ice) Spells Levels in Offense
Damage = Average
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit changes opponent’s status to frozen.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs of 
Tiralin

** Frost Ray **
Requires 2 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit make opponent move 40% slower
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs of 
Tiralin

** Frozen Spirit **
Requires 3 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Attack inverts opponent’s controls
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Great Hail of Ice **
Requires 1 Sky Blue (Ice) and 1 Blue (Water) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Lowest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit slows opponent down by 100%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

**** Passive Spells ****
** Magic River **
Requires 1 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – 20% faster Jump Energy recharge rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs of 
Tiralin

** Magic Support **
Requires 2 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – 60% faster jump recharge rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs of 
Tiralin

** Severity **
Requires 1 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Defense – Prevents all status changes
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs of 
Tiralin

** Jump Magic **
Requires 1 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Assistance – Magical Jumping
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Absorb Mana **
Requires 3 Sky Blue (Ice) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Spells recharge 100% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

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**** Fire Spells ****
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      Fire spells are denoted with a reddish-orange color.

      The offensive Fire fairy spells are slow firing spells that cause 
very high amounts of damage.  The amount of damage is usually enhanced 
by the Special ability of the offensive spell.  Note that the “Fire 
Arrow” spell will actually burn the opposing fairy.

      The passive Fire fairy spells try to increase the damage of the 
offensive spells even more.  I personally like the “Quick Thinking” 
passive spell the best, since it will charge up your slow firing spells 
40% faster.  The “Magic Shield” spell can be deadly against an attacking 
fairy that is strong against Fire fairies, since this spell will deal 
damage back to the attacker.

**** Offensive Spells ****
** Flame **
Requires 1 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spells Level in Offense
Damage = Highest
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = None
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Fire fairy you catch and 
Magic Merchant 8, in the shop in Monagham

** Fire Arrow **
Requires 2 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = High 
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit changes opponent’s status to burnt.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham

** Ball of Fire **
Requires 2 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit does 10 points of damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham

** Burning Hands **
Requires 3 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Highest 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Critical hit blocks opponent’s defensive spells
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Burning Souls **
Requires 1 Reddish-orange (Fire) and 1 purple (Dark) Spell Levels in 
Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Critical hit blocks opponent’s defensive spells
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

**** Passive Spells ****
** Magic Breath **
Requires 1 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Attack – 20% more damage with a critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham

** Magic Touch **
Requires 1 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 30 Shots
Increased Attack – Increase probability of a critical hit by 60%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham

** Rusty Shield **
Requires 2 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Defense – Critical hits have no effect
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham

** Quick Thinking **
Requires 2 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – 40% faster spell recharge rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Magic Shield **
Requires 3 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 5 Shots
Increased Defense – Opponent receives the same amount of damage 
inflicted on your fairy.
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 8, in the shop of Monagham 
and Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

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**** Dark Spells ****
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      Dark Spells are denoted with a purple color.

      Offensive Dark spells are slow firing, highly damaging spells for 
the most part.  The special abilities of the offensive spells find 
different ways to increase the damage of the Dark fairy’s attack.  The 
passive Dark Spells try to increase the Dark fairy’s fighting 
effectiveness in different ways from increasing the Dark fairy’s 
movement speed to charging his spells up faster.  The “Solar Eclipse” 
offensive spell is a particularly devious spell. It prevents the 
defending fairy from using any passive spells for defense.

**** Offensive Spells ****
** Darkness **
Requires 1 Purple (Dark) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Highest 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit drains 40% of opponent’s mana
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Dark fairy you catch

** Solar Eclipse **
Requires 2 Purple (Dark) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = High 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit blocks opponent’s defensive spells
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Arrow of Darkness **
Requires 2 Purple (Dark) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit does 25 points of damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Ball of Darkness **
Requires 3 Purple (Dark) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Highest 
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit does 40% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Soul Thief **
Requires 2 Purple (Dark) and 1 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Average
Specials = Critical hit causes opponent to receive his / her own damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

**** Passive Spells ****
** Bruiser **
Requires 1 Purple (Dark) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Attack – 40% more damage per hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Magic Support **
Requires 2 Purple (Dark) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Spells recharge 40% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Frozen **
Requires 1 Purple (Dark) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 40 Shots
Increased Defense – Prevents status changes
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Flying Feet **
Requires 2 Purple (Dark) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Increases movement by 30%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Flyweight **
Requires 1 Purple (Dark) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Increases Jump Energy recharge rate by 20%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

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**** Chaos Spells ****
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      Chaos spells are denoted with a maroon color.

      Chaos spells are generally average spells that focus on annoy the 
attacking fairy or simply causing chaos.  Chaos spells attempt to effect 
your fairy in such a way that it can’t attack the way it normally does.

**** Offensive Spells ****
** Chaos Lightning **
Requires 1 Maroon (Chaos) Spells Level in Offense
Damage = Average
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit causes opponent to lose 50% jump energy
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Chaos fairy you catch and 
Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs under Tiralin

** Chaos Arrow **
Requires 2 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit causes opponent to not perform critical hits
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs under 
Tiralin

** Spirit of Chaos **
Requires 1 Maroon (Chaos) and one purple (Dark) Spells Level in Offense
Damage = High
Mana = 5 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Opponent’s controls are inverted
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs under 
Tiralin

** Burn Out **
Requires 1 Maroon (Chaos) and 1 Reddish-orange (Fire) Spell Levels in 
Offense
Damage = Average 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Slow
Specials = Critical hit whirls opponent around
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Ball of Chaos **
Requires 3 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = High 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Slowest
Specials = Critical hit removes 50% of opponent’s jump energy
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

**** Passive Spells ****
** Dance of Chaos **
Requires 1 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 55 Shots
Increased Attack – Increase damage by 20% per hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs under 
Tiralin

** Creeping Chaos **
Requires 1 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 55 Shots
Increased Attack – 20% greater chance of getting a critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs under 
Tiralin

** Confused Spirit **
Requires 2 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – 20% increase in spell recharge rate
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 3, in the Catacombs under 
Tiralin

** Devil's Wings **
Requires 3 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Jump Energy recharges 40% faster
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

** Heat Shimmers **
Requires 1 Maroon (Chaos) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Attack – 20% more damage with a critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 10, in the Shadow Realm

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**** Metal Spells ****
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      Metal Spells are denoted with a silver color.

      Metal spells are low damaging spells with a very high fire rate.  
Most of the special abilities of Metal spells focus on making the Metal 
fairy’s attack even more damaging.  The “Old Armour” spell is 
particularly dangerous, since it will double the amount damage an attack 
does.  This passive spell can make the Metal fairy formidable foe 
against fairy’s that it should be weak against.

**** Offensive Spells ****

** Metal Pin **
Requires 1 Silver (Metal) Spell Level in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit does 5 points of damage
Where you can get this spell: Comes with every Metal fairy you catch

** Metal Arrow **
Requires 2 Silver (Metal) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fastest
Specials = none
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Pins & Needles **
Requires 3 Silver (Metal) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 15 Shots
Fire Rate = Fastest
Specials = Critical hit whirls opponent around
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Magnetism **
Requires 2 Silver (Metal) Spell Levels in Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit prevents opponent from jumping
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Heavy Metal **
Requires 1 Silver (Metal) and 1 Dark Gray (Stone) Spell Levels in 
Offense
Damage = Low 
Mana = 30 Shots
Fire Rate = Fast
Specials = Critical hit does 20% more damage
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

**** Passive Spells ****

** Liquid Metal **
Requires 1 Silver (Metal) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Attack – 40% more damage per hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Scorching Steel **
Requires 1 Silver (Metal) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = 55 Shots
Increased Defense – prevents status changes
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Old Armour **
Requires 2 Silver (Metal) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 15 Shots
Increased Attack – 100% more damage with critical hit
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Speed of Light **
Requires 1 Silver (Metal) Spell Level in Defense
Mana = no cost
Assistance – Movement speed increased by 15%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

** Rusty Spear **
Requires 3 Silver (Metal) Spell Levels in Defense
Mana = 40 Shots
Increased Attack – Probability of a critical hit increased by 60%
Where you can get this spell: Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith of 
Monagham

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**** Items Overview ****
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      This section lists all of the items you can find in Zanzarah, 
broken down by categories.  For items you can buy, the price of the item 
is also listed.

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**** Map Pieces ****
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      There are six different map pieces you can collect, most of which 
you will find soon after you enter a new map area.  The Map Pieces allow 
you to see your current location, the location of important areas and 
the area(s) for your current question.  Your location is shown by a 
small picture of you.  The location of your current question is shown by 
a yellow exclamation point on the map.

**** Map of the Fairy Garden ****

Description: This map segment shows the locations from the Pixie 
Collector’s Cottage to the road to Tiralin.  It connects to the 
Enchanted Forest and Mountain World Map pieces.

Where this item is found: Lucius, the Guardian of the Pixies will give 
you this map once you get your first fairy.  The Lucius is the Elf 
guarding the far exit to the Endeva, in the Fairy Gardens. 

**** Map of the Enchanted Forest ****

Description: This map Tiralin, the Forest Hut and the Ruins in the 
Forest.  It connects to the Fairy Garden, Dark Swamp, and Mountain World 
map pieces.

Where this item is found: This map piece in a chest in Town Hall of 
Tiralin. 

**** Map of the Dark Swamp ****

Description: This map segment shows the locations of the Goblin town of 
Dunmore, the Misty Swamp and the Great Tree.  It connects to the 
Enchanted Forest and the Shadow World.

Where this item is found: This in the hut 3 in Dunmore, Village of the 
Swamp Goblins.  Hut 3 is the first hut on your left when you enter the 
Dunmore from the rune transport site.

**** Map of the Mountain World ****

Description: This map segment shows the locations of the Dwarf Tower, 
the Dwarf city of Monagham, the Ice Caves, the Lava Caves, and the 
Mountain Pass.  It connects to the Enchanted Forest and the Realm of 
Clouds.

Where this item is found: This map is located inside a chest in the room 
off the third landing of the Dwarf Tower. 

**** Map of the Realm of Clouds ****

Description: This map segment shows all areas in Realm of Clouds, 
including the White Cathedral and the Fairy Arena.  This map segment 
connects to the Mountain World.

Where this item is found: This map segment is located on RC-1, near the 
spiral transporter to RC-3.

**** Map of the Shadow Realm ****

Description: This map segment shows the locations in the Shadow Realm, 
including the Dark Cathedral.  This is the smallest map segment and the 
last one you will find.  It connects to the Dark Swamp.

Where this item is found: This segment is located in a chest in the 
Shadow Realm, SR-4.  This segment is behind the door locked by the Green 
Skull. 

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**** Runes ****
***************

      There are ten runes found throughout Zanzarah.  Each rune allows 
you to teleport to a set location.  You can use the runes to rapidly 
travel to the distant corners of Zanzarah.  There are usually runes near 
most important areas you will visit.  You can use a rune by pressing F2 
and selecting the rune you wish to use.

**** Rune of the Fairy Garden ****

Description: This rune will take you to Rafi’s cave next to the Elvin 
village.  This is the first rune and item you will find.

Where this item is found: You will find this rune in a chest (or casket 
as the game calls it) in your attic in London.  Using this rune starts 
your journey.

**** Rune of Return ****

Description: This rune will return you to your room in London.

Where this item is found: You will find this rune in the house of Rufus, 
the Fairy Master, in the Elvin Village of Endeva. 

**** Rune of the Cottage ****

Description: This rune will bring you to the Pixie Collector’s cottage, 
right next to the scarecrow.

Where this item is found: You will find this rune on level past the 
Pixie Collector’s cottage, on level FG-4.  Keep following the right wall 
to reach this rune. 

**** Rune of Tiralin ****

Description: This rune will return you to the shopping district of 
Tiralin East.

Where this item is found: This rune is found in the Large Hut in the 
center of Dunmore, the Village of the Goblins.

**** Rune of Dunmore ****

Description: This rune will send you to the Goblin village of Dunmore in 
the Dark Swamp.

Where this item is found: You have to buy this rune from the Female 
Shopkeeper in the Magic Shop.  She will sell the rune to you for 5 
Crystals.  Initially, this rune is your only means of transportation to 
Dunmore.  A Prickly Bush blocks the land path.

**** Rune of the Dwarf Tower ****

Description: This rune will take you to the base of the Dwarf Tower and 
next to the elevator to the Realm of Clouds.

Where this item is found: The Rune of the Dwarf Tower is located on the 
ground floor of the Dwarf Tower.

**** Rune of the Mountain ****

Description: This rune will take you to the Mountain pass MP-2, just 
outside the Ice Caves.

Where this item is found: This item is found in DC-3, the Dark Caves 
just past the Mountain Peaks.  If you stick to the left wall when you 
walk through the Ice Caves, you will find the room with this rune. 

**** Rune of Realm of Clouds****

Description: This rune will transport you to the Realm of Clouds RC-2, 
near the White Cathedral and the Fairy Arena.

Where this item is found: This rune is located in the East Pavilion in 
the Realm of Clouds. 

**** Rune of Monagham ****

Description: This rune will take you to the Dwarf city of Monagham.  It 
will put you right next to the house that holds the elevator to the Lava 
Caves.

Where this item is found: This rune is located in the back of the first 
house in Monagham.

**** Rune of the Shadow Realm ****

Description: This rune will return to the room in SR-2 of the Shadow 
Realm that has the three gates with the colored Skull locks.

Where this item is found: This rune is located on a small platform in 
SR-3, behind the door locked by the Red Skull.  A lot of times, it is 
more convenient to use this rune that to backtrack through the Shadow 
Realm.

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**** Elemental (Elevator) Keys ****
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      You will need four keys to use the elevators of the Dwarves 
scattered around Zanzarah.  There are three different elevators.  Each 
elevator uses a set of three of the different Elemental keys.

**** Elemental Key of Earth ****

Where this item is found: You will win if you fight your way to the top 
of the Dwarf Tower. 

**** Elemental Key of Air ****

Where this item is found: You get this key when you rescue Lasse from 
the Ice Caves. 

**** Elemental Key of Nature ****

Where this item is found: The female Forest Elf resident of the Forest 
Hut will give you this key when you clear all five Prickly Bushes from 
the map.

**** Elemental Key of Fire ****

Where this item is found: This key is located in MW-5, the Mountain 
World.  You need to defeat a Dwarf to get to this level.  Then you need 
to have some Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves.  The dwarf will create some 
moving discs for you when you have some Tools.  The Elemental Key of 
Fire is located in a chest accessible by jumping across these moving 
discs.

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**** Fairy Cards ****
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      Fairy Cards are special cards that open up areas of Zanzarah for 
you to explore.  Getting three of the five Fairy Cards is the object of 
your first three quests.  Usually you will have to fight a set battle or 
a Fairy Master to actually claim a card.

**** Fairy Card of Nature ****

Description: With this card and a Nature fairy in your first slot, you 
can remove the prickly bushes that block various paths and cover certain 
items.

Where this item is found: You will find this card in the Dark Swamp on 
level MS-3.

**** Fairy Card of Earth ****

Description: With this card and a Stone fairy in your first slot, you 
can blow up any large boulder you see.

Where this item is found: The Druid gives you this card if you defeat 
two Shadow Elves for him in the East Pavilion of the Realm of Clouds.

**** Fairy Card of Air ****

Description: With this card and an Air fairy in your first slot, you can 
jump on an Air Eddy and the Air Eddy will launch you in the air.  This 
Fairy Card is the most difficult one to use.  If you miss an Air Eddy, 
you will most likely fall to your death.

Where this item is found: The Druid will give you this card if you fight 
your way to the top of the Great tree in the Misty Swamp.

**** Fairy Card of Fire ****

Description: With this card and a Fire fairy in your first slot, you can 
move in the Lava Caves without running into problems.  You need to have 
this card to get to the final two levels in the Fairy Cave.  You need to 
have this card to catch a Pix or Ferix fairy.

Where this item is found: You will find this card in the garden next to 
the Forest Hut, EF-7.  You have to defeat a number of Nature fairies in 
a set battle to get access to this card.

**** Fairy Card of PSI ****

Description: With this card and a PSI fairy in your first slot, your PSI 
fairy will always look at the closest hidden wild fairy.  I find this 
card and ability to be more of a pain than it’s worth.  Sometimes the 
PSI fairy will look at some tree, stone, etc. and you can’t find a 
fairy, even with the Fairy Horn and Ocean Conch.  Your PSI fairy has a 
tendency to go off the screen far enough that you have to spin around 
just to find it and see where it is looking.

Where this item is found: This card is in the center of the Ruins in the 
Forest.

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**** Fairy Evolution Items ****
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      There are certain fairies that will only evolve if they are given 
one of the special Evolutionary items.  These fairies will not evolve to 
another type simply by gaining experience levels.

**** Evolutionary Magic of Air ****

Description: This stone will evolve a Tinefol into a Tineves.

Where this item is found: There is only one Evolutionary Magic of Air in 
the game.  This stone is located in MP-3, the Mountain Peaks.  You have 
to cross two Air Eddies to get this stone.

**** Evolutionary Magic of Nature ****

Description: This stone will evolve a Tinefol into a Tinerog and a Pfoe 
into a Taze.

Where this item is found: You will find an Evolutionary Magic of Nature 
in a chest located in the Cellar of the Guardian of the Pixies house 
(the Cottage).  There are two more stones in the Ruins in the Forest.  
You can find a fourth one of these Stones on top of a pillar in the East 
Pavilion, in the Realm of Clouds.

**** Evolutionary Magic of Fire ****

Description: This stone will evolve a Tinefol into a Tinezard and a 
Dracwin to a Flagwin.

Where this item is found: You will find one of these in the Catacombs 
below Tiralin, guarded by a Dark fariy.  You will find another one in a 
room in the Dark Caves of DC-5.  You will find two of these stones in 
the Lava Cave.
 
**** Forgotten Tools of the Dwarves ****

Description: These tools will evolve the Metal fairy Minari to a Megari 
and a Megari to a Gigarex.

Where this item is found: You will find six of these spread over three 
chests in the Junkyard in the Clouds.  You may also get one Tool when 
you defeat a wild Metal Fairy.  Finally, there are two in a chest in the 
Shadow Realm that you can reach by hopping across moving discs.

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**** Keys ****
**************

      Keys in Zanzarah open up locked doors and gates all over the 
world.  There are a lot of keys in Zanzarah.  All of the keys, except 
one, will only open up one specific lock.

**** Rufus’s House Key ****

Description: This key will open door to Rufus’s house.  Inside Rufus’s 
house, you can pick your first fairy.

Where you find this item: Rufus will give you the key to his house, when 
you talk to him in the Tavern in Endeva.

**** Catacomb Key ****

Description: This key will open the Catacombs below Tiralin.

Where you find this item: This key is in a chest in Tiralin West, near 
the exit to the Ruins in the Forest.  The chest is located at the top of 
the stairs leading to the cellar of the house.

**** Key of the Guardian of the Pixies ****

Description: This key will open the door to the cellar in the Pixie 
Guardian’s Cottage.

Where you find this item: The Pixie Guardian will give you this key 
after you collect 10 Pixies.

**** Key to Town Hall ****

Description: This key will open the door to the left of the entrance in 
Town Hall.

Where you find this item: There is an elf Fairy Master in MW-8, three 
levels away from the Cottage.  The path to him is initially blocked by a 
boulder.  If you defeat him in a fairy battle, he will give you the Key 
to Town Hall.

**** Key to the Dwarves’ Factory ****

Description: This key will open the locked door to the Forgotten Factory 
of the Dwarves in Monagham.

Where you find this item: Lasse will give you this key when you talk to 
him in the White Cathedral, on Realm of Clouds.

**** Heavy Iron Key ****

Description: This key will open up all the locked gates outside of the 
Shadow Realm.

Where you find this item: Quilin will give you this key when you talk to 
him in the Forgotten Factory of the Dwarves.

**** Red Bone Key ****

Description: This key will open the Shadow World Gate locked by the Red 
Skull.

Where you find this item: This key is on a ledge in SR-2, the Shadow 
Realm, near the three locked gates.

**** Green Bone Key ****

Description: This key will open the Shadow World Gate locked by the 
Green Skull.

Where you find this item: This key is inside a chest near the Magic 
Merchant at SR-3, the Shadow Realm.  You need to unlock the Red Skull to 
get to this key.

**** Blue Bone Key ****

Description: This key will open the final Shadow World Gate, locked by 
the Blue Skull.

Where you find this item: You have to show the second skeleton in SR-5 a 
Pix fairy.  When you do this, you will he will give you the Blue Bone 
Key.  Don’t worry, you won’t lose your Pix fairy when you show him to 
the skeleton.  The skeletons are on the far left path of the final level 
behind the door locked by the Green Skull. 

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**** Special Items ****
***********************

      The special items are unique items that help you more effectively 
explore and interact with Zanzarah.  

**** Fairy Bag ****

Description: This bag will allow you to carry an unlimited number of 
items as well as five fairies.

Where you find this item: Rafi will give you this bag when you first 
arrive in Zanzarah.  When you get the bag, you gain access to your 
inventory.

**** Pixie Bag ****

Description: This bag will allow you to capture pixies.

Where you find this item: Lucius, the Guardian of the Pixies will give 
you the Pixie Bag when talk to him in FG-3.

**** Book of Fairies ****

Description: This book will allow you to examine the different fairy 
varieties that you current hold.  This book gives a brief description of 
the fairy plus the fairy’s attributes.  I used the information in this 
book to get information about each of the Fairies.

Where you find this item: Lasse, the Dwarf, will give you a Book of 
Fairies when you first attempt to enter Tiralin from EF-1

**** Ocean Conch ****

Description: This conch shell will allow you to summon wild Water 
fairies at certain locations in Zanzarah.  Near some bodies of water, 
you will hear a click and see the icon of the Ocean Conch appear in the 
upper left-hand corner of the screen.  If you press the left button 
while this icon is displayed, you will summon a Water fairy.

Where you find this item: When you first defeat the General outside of 
the Goblin’s Village of Dunmore, you will receive the Ocean Conch.

**** Cloverleaf ****

Description: The Cloverleaf will increase your odds when you use a Spell 
Merchant.  The Cloverleaf will reduce the number of blanks (or more 
precisely, the odds of getting a blank) in the Magic Merchant’s 
selection.

Where you find this item: The Cloverleaf is in a chest in the Town Hall 
of Tiralin.  You need the Key to Town Hall to get the Cloverleaf.

**** Fairy Horn ****

Description: Like the Ocean conch, the Fairy Horn will allow you to 
summon wild Fairies.  Unlike the Ocean Conch, the Fairy Horn will summon 
all types of fairies, each for Water fairies.

Where you find this item: The Fairy Horn is located in the Lower 
Catacombs below Tiralin.  You need the Heavy Iron key to get to the area 
in the catacombs that holds the Fairy Horn.

**** Quilin’s Staff of Rule ****

Description: This item is used to forward the plot.  It doesn’t give you 
any special abilities.

Where you find this item: You will get this staff by defeating the 
General inside the Fairy Arena in the Realm of Clouds.

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**** Fairy Related Items ****
*****************************

      The Fairy Related Items are items you can use to aid you fairies 
in some way.  All fairy related items are available for sale by the 
various merchant characters.  Most of these items can also appear as a 
reward for defeating a wild fairy.

**** Healing Potions ****

      Healing potions increase the life or Hit Points of your fairy.  
Small potions give 20 points, medium points give 50 points and big 
potions give 100 points of life back to your fairy.  You can get Healing 
potions by defeating wild fairies or by buying them from a merchant.

**** Healing Herbs ****

      Healing Herbs revive your fairies when they are defeated in 
battle.  Using herbs will also restore about 1/4 of fairies hit points.  
You can get Herbs by defeating wild fairies or by buying them from a 
merchant.


**** Medicine ****

      Medicine removes all of the negative statuses on a fairy.  
Opposing fairies can afflict statuses on your fairy with certain spells.  
These statuses will cause your fairy to constantly lose hit points while 
they are in battle.  Once a fairy gets afflicted with a status, the 
status will remain after the battle until the fairy rises another level 
or your give the fairy some medicine.  You can get Medicine by defeating 
wild fairies or by buying them from a merchant.


**** Mana Potion ****

      Mana potions will restore all the mana points for a particular 
fairy.  You will need to have a health supply of mana potions since, 
unlike health, your fairy’s mana is not fully restored when the fairy 
reaches a new level.  You can get Mana potions by defeating wild fairies 
or by buying them from a merchant.


**** Golden Carrot ****

      A Golden Carrot will give a fairy enough experience points to be 
one short of the next level.  These carrots are useful to rapidly raise 
your fairies level.  Obviously, you should use a Golden Carrot on a 
fairy just after it reaches a new level.  This will give you the most 
benefit for the carrot.  You can get Golden Carrots from merchant 
characters, although you will find a couple of Golden Carrots in your 
journeys.

**** Naming Magic ****

      Naming Magic allows you to name your fairy.  You can get Naming 
Magic from merchant characters, although you will find a few of Naming 
Magic spells in your journeys.

 
**** Garlic Atomizer ****

      The instruction booklet doesn’t actually say what the Garlic 
Atomizer does.  When you encounter a wild fairy, you can use the Garlic 
Atomizer to scare off the wild fairy.  The wild fairy will flee, giving 
you the money or item reward you would have gotten for fighting the 
fairy.  You have to use the Garlic Atomizer immediately after you get 
the notice that a wild fairy is attacking you.  Once your fairy follows 
the wild fairy into the rock, tree, or whatever the fairy came from, you 
can no longer use the Garlic Atomizer.  You can get Garlic Atomizers 
from merchant characters, although you will find a couple of Atomizers 
in your journeys.

**** Spheres ****

      Spheres are required to capture a wild fairy.  You need one sphere 
per fairy you capture.  The Silver Sphere can capture a fairy from level 
0 to 20.  The Golden Sphere can capture a fairy from level 0 to 40.  The 
Crystal Sphere can capture a fairy of any level.  The game will 
automatically chose the lowest level Sphere that is able to capture the 
current fairy.  You can buy or trade for Spheres with Merchant 
characters.  You will find several Spheres throughout your journeys.
 
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**** Other Items ****
*********************

      The remaining items don’t fall into any other category.

**** Fairy Coins ****

      You need Fairy Coins to buy things from all the merchant 
characters in the game, except for the Dwarves.  You will get Fairy 
Coins by defeating wild fairies.  You will also find a lot of Fairy 
Coins lying around Zanzarah.

**** Crystals ****

      Crystals are the coin of the Dwarf world.  There is only one 
merchant that sells items for Crystals in Monagham.  This merchant sells 
the same items that the merchants in Tiralin use.  You will only need 
five crystals to complete the game.


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**************************** THE MERCHANTS *****************************
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      This section will list all of the merchants in Zanzarah, what the 
sell, and how much they charge for each items.

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**** Magic Merchants ****
*************************

      The Magic Merchants sell spells.  They are the only means of 
getting spells in Zanzarah other than the lowest level attack spell that 
comes with all captured fairies.  This section will list all of the 
Magic Merchants, where they can be found, and the spells they sell.  It 
cost 10 Fairy Coins to generate a spell selection with all of the Spell 
Merchants.

**** Magic Merchant 1 ****

Location: Inside the Cottage, in the Fairy Gardens

Spells Sold: 
      Nature 
            Offensive: Falling Tree and Razor Blade
            Passive: Birch Skin, Oak Skin, and Sharp Eye

      Water 
            Offensive: Hail of Needles and Hail of Knives
            Passive: Slight Healing, Healing Power, and Shapeless Power

      Stone 
            Offensive: Flying Rock and Falling Rock
            Passive: Flying Stones, Stone Spear, and Stone Skin

**** Magic Merchant 2 ****

Location: Inside the Magic Shop in Tiralin

Spells Sold: 
      Nature 
            Offensive: Light Spurs and Large Root
            Passive: Thorn Armor and Untouchable

      Water 
            Offensive: Small Waves, Hail of Knives, and Slight Insanity
            Passive: Slight Healing, Healing Power, and Shapeless Power

      Stone 
            Offensive: Falling Rocks, Hail of Stones, and Meteor
            Passive: Magic Guidance and Unintentional Movement

**** Magic Merchant 3 ****

Location: In Catacombs below Tiralin

Spells Sold: 
      Ice 
            Offensive: Ball of Ice, Ice Arrow, and Frost Ray
            Passive: Magic River, Magic Support, and Severity

      Chaos 
            Offensive: Chaos Lightning, Chaos Arrow, and Spirit of Chaos
            Passive: Dance of Chaos, Creeping Chaos, and Confused Spirit

**** Magic Merchant 4 ****

Location: In Hut 2 in Dunmore, Village of the Swamp Goblins

Spells Sold: 
      Water 
            Offensive: Slight Insanity and Call of the Water
            Passive: Smooth as Glass and Sorrow Shared

      PSI 
            Offensive: Small Spirit, Insanity, and Heavy Thoughts
            Passive: Telekinesis, Unwavering Spirit, and Quake of Power

**** Magic Merchant 5 ****

Location: In the Fairy Gardens, FG-4

Spells Sold: 
      Energy 
            Offensive: Chain Reaction, Time Shift, Exiled Power, and 
                  Burning Spear
            Passive: Targeted Damage, Homesickness, Dubious Luck, View 
                  Enchancer, and Magic Awakening


**** Magic Merchant 6 ****

Location: East Pavilion, Realm of Clouds

Spells Sold: 
      Air 
            Offensive: Powerless Spirit, Storm Arrow, Tornado, and Great 
                  Displacement
            Passive: Storm, Tornado, Upward Wind, Geyser, and Hurricane

      Light 
            Offensive: Reflection, Bundled Light, and Light Arrow
            Passive: Power of Light, Kiss of Light, and Painful Change

**** Magic Merchant 7 ****

Location: In the White Cathedral, Realm of Clouds

Spells Sold: 
      Light 
            Offensive: Surge of Light and Enchanted Light
            Passive: Lucky Dip and Shelter of Light

**** Magic Merchant 8 ****

Location: Shop in Monagham, Village of the Dwarves

Spells Sold: 
      PSI 
            Offensive: Small Spirit, Heavy Thoughts, PSI Wave and Great 
                  Telekinesis
            Passive: Migration of Souls and Spiritual Power

      Fire 
            Offensive: Flame, Fire Arrow and Ball of Fire
            Passive: Magic Breath, Magic Touch, Rusty Shield and Magic 
Shield

**** Magic Merchant 9 – the Dwarf Smith ****

Location: Smithy in Monagham, near the Shop

Spells Sold: 
      Metal 
            Offensive: Metal Arrow, Pins and Needles, Magnetism and 
                  Heavy Metal
            Passive: Liquid Metal, Scorching Steel, Old Armour and Speed 
                  of Light, Rusty Spear

**** Magic Merchant 10 ****

Location: SR-3, the Shadow Realm – near the chest / casket that holds 
the Green Bone Key

Spells Sold: 
      Ice 
            Offensive: Frozen Spirit and Great Hail of Ice
            Passive: Jump Magic and Absorb Mana

      Fire 
            Offensive: Burning Hands and Burning Soul
            Passive: Quick Thinking and Magic Shield

      Dark 
            Offensive: Solar Eclipse, Arrow of Darkness, Ball of 
                  Darkness and Soul Thief
            Passive: Bruiser, Magic Support, Frozen, Flying Feet, and 
                  Flyweight

      Chaos 
            Offensive: Burn Out and Ball of Chaos
            Passive: Devil’s Wings and Heat Shimmer

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**** Shopkeepers ****
*********************

      The Shopkeepers sell all sorts of items for your fairies.  This 
section will list all of the shopkeepers, where they are located, what 
they sell, and how much they charge for each item.

Herb Shop in Endeva:
      Small Healing Potion for 5 Fairy Coins
      Medium Healing Potion for 10 Fairy Coins
      Big Healing Potion for 20 Fairy Coins
      Healing Herbs for 15 Fairy Coins
      Mana Potion for 30 Fairy Coins

Shop in Tiralin West, near door to Ruins in the Forest:
      Golden Carrot for 250 Fairy Coins
      Moulding (Molding) Magic for 40 Fairy Coins
      Garlic Atomizer for 40 Fairy Coins
      Mana Potion for 20 Fairy Coins

Tavern Owner in Tiralin East:
      Golden Sphere for 3 Silver Spheres
      Crystal Sphere for 5 Silver Spheres
      Garlic Atomizer for 1 Silver Sphere
      Moulding (Molding) Magic for 1 Silver Sphere

Magic Shopkeeper in Tiralin East:
      Small Healing Potion for 5 Fairy Coins
      Medium Healing Potion for 10 Fairy Coins
      Big Healing Potion for 20 Fairy Coins
      Healing Herbs for 20 Fairy Coins
      Medicine for 25 Fairy Coins

Sphere Salesman in Magic Shop of Tiralin East:
      Silver Sphere for 60 Fairy Coins
      Golden Sphere for 150 Fairy Coins
      Crystal Sphere for 300 Fairy Coins

Dwarf Exchange Booth:
      1 Crystal for 10 Fairy Coins
      5 Fairy Coins for 1 Crystal

Swamp Goblin in hut 2 of Dunmore:
      Small Healing Potion for 10 Fairy Coins
      Big Healing Potion for 20 Fairy Coins
      Healing Herbs for 50 Fairy Coins

After clearing out all of the Shadow Elves, the Swamp Goblin in hut 2 
will sell:
      Small Healing Potion for 5 Fairy Coins
      Medium Healing Potion for 10 Fairy Coins
      Big Healing Potion for 15 Fairy Coins
      Healing Herbs for 15 Fairy Coins
      Garlic Atomizer for 30 Fairy Coins

Forest Elf at the Forest Hut (after removing the Prickly Bushes and 
talking to him in Dunmore):
      Big Healing Potion for 2 Small Healing Potions

Shop in Monagham, Village of the Dwarves:
      Medium Healing Potion for 3 Crystals
      Big Healing Potion for 4 Crystals
      Mana Potion for 3 Crystals
      Medicine for 5 Crystals
      Moulding (Molding) Magic for 4 Crystals

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**** Best Prices for Items ****
*******************************

      The following gives the best prices each item for sale in 
Zanzarah.  For these prices, I’m assuming that you are exchanging Fairy 
Coins for Crystals at a rate of 10 Fairy Coins per Crystal.

Small Healing Potion
      Best Price: 5 Fairy Coins
      Location: Herb Shop in Endeva, Magic Shop in Tiralin East, and Hut 
            2 in Dunmore (after clearing out the Shadow Elves)

Medium Healing Potion:
      Best Price: 10 Fairy Coins
      Location: Herb Shop in Endeva, Magic Shop in Tiralin East, and Hut 
            2 in Dunmore (after clearing out the Shadow Elves)

Big Healing Potion
      Best Price: 2 Small Healing Potions
      Location: The Forest Hut after clearing out all of the Prickly 
Bushes and talking the Forest Elf in Dunmore

      Second Best Price: 15 Fairy Coins
      Location: Hut 2 in Dunmore (after clearing out the Shadow Elves)

Mana Potion
      Best Price: 20 Fairy Coins
      Location: Shop in Tiralin West

Medicine
      Best Price: 25 Fairy Coins
      Location: Shop in Tiralin East

Healing Herbs
      Best Price: 15 Fairy Coins
      Location: Herb Shop in Endeva and Hut 2 in Dunmore (after clearing 
            out the Shadow Elves)

Garlic Atomizer
      Best Price: 30 Fairy Coins
      Location: Hut 2 in Dunmore (after clearing out the Shadow Elves)

Moulding (Molding) Magic
      Best Price: 40 Fairy Coin or 4 Crystals
      Location: Shop in Tiralin West and Shop in Monagham 

Golden Carrot
      Best Price: 250 Fairy Coins
      Location: Shop in Tiralin West

Crystals
      Best Price: 10 Fairy Coins
      Location: Dwarf Exchange Booth near the Shop in Tiralin East

Silver Sphere
      Best Price: 60 Fairy Coins
      Location: Sphere Salesman in the Shop in Tiralin East

Golden Sphere
      Best Price: 150 Fairy Coins
      Location: Sphere Salesman in the Shop in Tiralin East

Crystal Sphere
      Best Price: 300 Fairy Coins or 5 Silver Spheres
      Location: Sphere Salesman in the Shop in Tiralin East and the 
            Tavern Owner in Tiralin East

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************************** THE FAIRY TRADERS ***************************
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      There are certain fairies you can get by trading with other 
characters in Zanzarah.  You will either have to trade money, items, or 
another fairy to get a fairy from another character.  Usually the fairy 
you have to trade is difficult to get itself.

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**** Sillia, Tadana, or Grem ****
*********************************

      At the beginning of the game, Rufus lets you pick one of the three 
fairies in his house.  You can pick the Nature fairy, Sillia, the Water 
fairy, Tadana, or the Stone fairy, Grem.  You can capture all of these 
fairies in the wild, so your choice of fairy isn’t that important.  The 
Grem Stone fairy is the hardest one of the three fairies to find in the 
wild.

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**** Tadana ****
****************
      
      You can get the Tadana early in the game.  There’s a female elf 
near a stream in the Fairy Gardens FG-1.  She’s near a tree that has a 
Silver Sphere beneath it.  When you defeat the Nature fairy in the tree 
and take the Silver Sphere, talk to her.  She will offer a Tadana in 
exchange for a Silver Sphere.

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**** Fygaery ****
*****************
      
      There’s a male elf on the second floor of the Tiralin Pub.  He’s 
got a Fygaery flying behind him.  He will trade you the Fygaery for a 
JumRock Stone fairy.  Trading for this Fygaery is the only way to get 
this fairy.

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**** Darbue ****
****************

      There’s a dwarf just beyond the Guardian of the Pixies’ Cottage 
(FG-4) with a dark storm cloud over his head.  You need to have the 
Fairy Card of Nature to find the dwarf.  If you give the Dwarf 400 Fairy 
Coins, he will give you a Darbue.

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**** Suane ****
***************

      Up in the Realm of Clouds, if you defeat the Shadow Elf General, 
who is guarding the Fairy Arena, you will see a Suane standing in the 
center of the arena.  If you defeat the Chaos fairy that’s pestering 
her, she will join your collection.

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**** Segbuzz ****
*****************

      The female storekeeper of the large Magic Shop in Tiralin will 
offer you a Segbuzz in exchange for a Suane.  You have to give the 
storekeeper the Suane you got in the Realm of Clouds to continue the 
plot.  This is also the only way that you can get a Segbuzz.

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**** Worgot ****
****************

      There is an elf in the Misty Swamp, MS-2, that is blocking the 
path to the Large Tree.  He wants you to give him a Segbuzz before he 
will let you pass.  You have to give him the Segbuzz you got from the 
storekeeper in Tiralin.  When you give him the Segbuzz, he will give you 
a low level Worgot in return.  When you eventually beat him in a fairy 
battle, he will give you the Segbuzz back.

*******************
**** Violectra ****
*******************

      There’s a Dwarf in Monagham that will offer you some Energy fairy 
in exchange for a Fathrael.  The Violectra you get will be level 0.  It 
takes 4789 experience points to turn a Gorael into a Fathrael.  Even if 
you go to Monagham immediately after you get the Fairy Card of Stone, 
you are still only about a half hour to an hour away from finding your 
first wild Violectra.  This trade is definitely not worth it.  This is 
the worst trade you can make in the game.  You don’t have to do it, so 
don’t do it.

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****************************** THE PIXIES ******************************
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      Early in the game, you are given the task of trying to capture 30 
pixies scattered throughout Zanzarah.  This section will document the 
location of each pixie.

1) Herb Shop in Endeva – this is one of the easiest pixies to catch.
2) FG-1 – next to Endeva
3) FG-1 – next to Endeva
4) FG-3 – next to the Cottage level
5) FG-3 – next to the Cottage level
6) FG-4 – next to the Cottage level
7) FG-4 – next to the Cottage level
8) EF-1 – behind the large rock on the right of the entrance
9) Shop in Tiralin West – in the cellar
10) MS-4 – on an island
11) MS-4 – on an island
12) MS-4 – on an island
13) MS-4 – on an island
14) MS-1 – under the cliff
15) MS-1 – under the cliff
16) EF-3 – behind the stone outcropping
17) MW-3 – in the valley
18) MW-6 – near the exit to MW-7
19) DC-3 – somewhere in the cave labyrinth
20) RC-3 – on a hill
21) MS-2 – past the bridge
22) EF-5 – on top of a ruined archway
23) MW-7 – on a stone plateau - only accessible with the Fairy Card of 
Air
24) MP-3 – on the far side of the Air Eddies
25) EF-7 – just past the gate
26) FG-7 – next to the elevator
27) SR-1 – on a ledge to the left of the main walkway.
28) SR-6 – in the middle of the level
29) The Dark Cathedral – on the top level
30) The Dark Cathedral – on the top level

      Lucius, the Guardian of the Pixies, will give you a reward for every 
five Pixies you catch.  Your rewards are:

1) 30 Fairy Coins for 5 Pixies
2) Key of the Guardian of the Pixies for 10 Pixies
3) 50 Fairy Coins for 15 Pixies
4) 5 Mana Potions for 20 Pixies
5) 5 Garlic Atomizers for 25 Pixies
6) A fairy you are missing or 20 Golden Carrots for 30 Pixies

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*************************** ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ***************************
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      Zanzarah, the Hidden Portal was developed by Funatics Software 
GmbH.  It was licensed exclusively by THQ and distributed in North 
America by Xicat, Interactive.  All rights, trademarks, copyrights, 
characters, names, etc. are the properties of the above companies.

      A special thanks to Kaeru Cai (TareFroggy) for the cheat FAQs.  
These FAQs allowed me to get a couple of the fairies and spells I didn’t 
find playing the game.  I also used these cheats heavily to complete the 
experience charts for the fairies.

     Thanks to:
            Amaya Mendoza - Thank you for telling me that the pond in the 
Enchanted Forest healed Nature fairies plus correcting numereous other 
errors in this walkthrough.  Also, thanks for pointing out some missing 
fairies and giving me another fairy combination.
            D.W. - Thanks for reminding me to mention that not all fairies
improve when they evolve to the next level and that you can open the
puzzle chests by clearing all of the red symbols or filling the board with
red symbols.