What is ranagullet?
What is this shrine ranagullet? it says"the tabernacle for this shrine is held fast" it is in the "nabreus deadlands' section "overlooking eternity"
spitfiregsxr - 7 years ago
Top Voted Answer
The ranagullet is the frog-shaped shrine where you take the Medallions and fragments to access Nabudis's bosses. Talk to Ma'kleou in Nabreus Deadlands, then find and help out Roh'kenmou and Roh'kenmu and return to speak to Ma'kleou for the Medallions and fragments.
Quick Trivia: Rana is a Latin word for a genus of frog species. Gullet is another word for esophagus (the tube leading from the throat to the stomach).
Kraleck (Expert) - 6 years ago
In the Nabreus Deadlands, go to the area south of the Teleport Stone. Then head to the northwest part of the area and investigate. U should discover that u can proceed to another area from the one ur in. Then just keep on traveling through and u should find a big frog-like shrine at the very end of the secret paths. Talk to the shrine and it should tell u something about 3 mighty beasts(one whom is Chaos, an obtainable Esper). Be careful getting there though, because once u reach the area with the shrine, a bunch of skeleton enemies will just attack u wave after wave, so be careful if ur at low levels.
D_Spear - 7 years ago
do the nebreus medal sidequest (collect the 3 scattered pieces of the medallion of bravery and go to archades and get the moonsilver medallion and head to the nebreus deadlands via the salikawood and go one screen up and talk to the nu mou. then head down the hidden path on the north side of the 3rd area from there*3rd area if you hug the north wall and head through the hill area that has 6 baknamy. take the path up to the shrine and get the medallion of might). that sidequest is to get chaos, Walker of the Wheel
kiabaman4258 - 7 years ago
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MexicanWalrus - 7 years ago
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