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    Georama Guide by Bahamut4ever

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    				Presents:
    
    
    
    Bahamut4ever's guide to Georama
                 OR
    Guide to "Holy crud! That machine just planted a house!"
    
    
    
    
     
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    |##.# |Table of contents.........................|   [ctrl+F code]  |
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    | 0.  |Warnings, Disclaimers, and Update Listings|   [top?]         |
    | 1.  |Opening Statement.........................|   [opener]       |
    | 2.  |Materials.................................|   [geomat]       |
    | 3.  |Houses (and people).......................|   [geohou]       |
    | 4.  |House Attatchments........................|   [geoatt]       |
    | 5.  |House Semi-Attatchments...................|   [geosat]       |
    | 6.  |Stand-Alone Items.........................|   [geosai]       |
    | 7.  |Region-Specific Items.....................|   [Reguni]       |
    | 7.1 |Sindain...................................|   [Sinuni]       |
    | 7.2 |Balance Valley............................|   [BaVuni]       |
    | 7.3 |Venniccio.................................|   [Venuni]       |
    | 7.4 |Heim Rada.................................|   [HeRuni]       |
    | 8.  |Region 100% Needs.........................|   [100%age]      |
    | 8.1 |Sindain...................................|   [Sin100%]      |
    | 8.2 |Balance Valley............................|   [BaV100%]      |
    | 8.3 |Venniccio.................................|   [Ven100%]      |
    | 8.4 |Heim Rada.................................|   [HeR100%]      |
    | 9.  |Special: Moon Flower Palace...............|   [specMFP]      |
    |10.  |FAQS......................................|   [help?]        |
    |11.  |Closing Statement and Thanks..............|   [close]        |
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    0. Warnings, Disclaimers, and Update Listing [top?]
    
    Warnings:
    As of now, only these sites have permission to post my guide
    www.gamefaqs.com
    www.supercheats.com
    www.mycheats.com
    You may not use it anywhere else without asking me first.
    If you do, and I find out, you'll be in some serious trouble.*
    If you email me, you might just be able to get this posted 
    somewhere else. My email is Bahamutt4evr <AT> gmail <DOT> com.
    
    *Serious trouble may or may not include the following:
    A fully powered Supernova shot,
    Several poison apples,
    A Drill Arm combo,
    An iron fence place all the way around your house,
    Several thorn trees planted on/near you,
    And/or your house mysterously going into the sky.
    
    Disclaimers:
    I do not own the rights to Dark Cloud 2 or anything related to it. They 
    all belong to Sony and Level 5 Games. I am not anywhere near being 
    involved with them, soooo...
    All trademarks and copyrights contained in this document are owned by 
    their respective trademark and copyright holders. Indeed.
    
    However, this guide is mine. You may not have it.
     2008 to Cody Tucker(Bahamut4ever), and I hate thieves.
    Oh, and this guide may or may not contain spoilers, depending on your 
    views.
    (I personally don't think it does, but that's just me.)
    
    Update Listing:
    
    v. 1.0 w0oT! (^__^)
    As of now, this guide is fully functional. Now, to get it accepted!
    
    v. 1.1 Oops! (0__o)
    I had a little mishap with the formatting, I guess. Oh well. I fixed 
    it. Sorry you had to see that...
    
    v. 1.3 Ahahaha... (-__-')
    I fixed it and made it worse. I'll fix it again, for the (hopefully)
    last time. Oh, and I'm giving a little more info this time. Thank me 
    later. (I had it one point too small. No wonder it messed up...)
    
    v. 1.4 ... (T__T)
    .................What is this madness..? I have been cursed by the 
    formatting gods... I have decided that the boxes are messing me up big 
    time. I'm going to get rid of them.
    
    v. 1.5 Mini-corrections (~__^)
    Just a little correction this time! Plus the table of contents is still 
    all wonky...
    
    v. 1.6 A little more... \,,/ (-__-) \,,/
    I think the formatting on the table of contents is finally fixed. 
    However, the text is still a little weird, which bugs me. But I'm not 
    just fixing the formatting this time around! Oh no, you thought I was 
    gonna let you off easy, huh? Well, lucky for you, I'ma add more to the
    peoples section. I know, I know, I'm awesome, aren't I?
    
    v. 1.7 Spacing (*__*)
    The horrible spacing caused by improper enters has been fixed(perhaps).
    Really the only things I had to fix. It's been bugging me for a while 
    now.
    
    v. 1.75 Minor things (<__<)
    Not much to do right now. Been a while since I updated, huh? But, yeah,
    just minor things.
    
    
    1. Opening statement [opener]
    Hi.
    I am Bahamut4ever and I will be your Georama instructor today.
    I realize that there are some good Georama guides tucked away in other 
    guides, but I figured that it would be much easier to have one that you 
    don't have to look for very hard to find, instead of to have to search 
    the other guides for one. Anyways, this is my first guide, so if it 
    shows, then I'm sorry.
    Since I only have one guide at this time, feel free to email me. 
    My email address is Bahamutt4evr <AT> gmail <DOT> com.
    (Freaking auto-spammers...)
    If I don't get back to you right away, don't feel bad, I rarely check 
    my email.
    The latest version of this guide can always be found on Gamefaqs.com, 
    so check if it doesn't look like I've updated in a long while.
    
    Things I accept:
    Contributions (always useful)
    Georama questions (it IS a FAQ, after all)
    Rants (good for a laugh)
    Criticism (helpful, hurtful, doesn't matter)
    Corrections on minor grammer/spelling mistakes (they bug me)
    Corrections on MAJOR grammer/spelling mistakes (y'know, big spalling 
    erorrs)
    Corrections to my calculations (I may be a bit off)
    Corrections on material needs (I can't be right all the time...)
    Feedback (tell me how I'm doing!)
    
    Things I might answer:
    Personal questions (depends on what's being asked)
    
    Things I won't accept:
    Chain letters (does ANYONE like these things?)
    Viruses (yeah, I got enough on my hands already)
    Spam (I mean, come on!)
    Various other idiotic things (Obviously...)
    
    
    Mmmkay, here's the format we'll be using here today.
    VVV This is my special box. Everything fits(I hope). VVV
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     Item name - total price (any special note, or place on the house)
    	 # material - price
     	## material - price
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    Anyways, onto the guide!
    Note: As of now, I'm a bit lazy, therefore I will not be listing the 
    Polyn counts. Suffice to say that Polyn should never come into play, 
    unless you really, REALLY stuff your Georama full of unnecessary items.
    I also won't be listing the CP each item nets. However, I might, if you
    really need it. But, I personally just pop stuff in there until it gets
    high enough.
    
    
    2. MATERIALS [geomat]
    The basic building blocks of anythings. You need materials for 
    everything but fighting, pretty much. And even then, they help. Anyways, 
    this is what is available, plus the prices.
    A note: I don't think you use Silver balls for anything related to the 
    Georama.
    Another note: Thick hide, Conda doesn't sell. I'm not sure who all 
    sells them, but I know Morton does, so buy them from him.
    Yet another note: Buy Paint from Parn. Conda doesn't sell that, either.
     
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     Scrap of metal   -   10 Gilda each
     Gold bar         - 1000 Gilda each
     Silver ball      -  200 Gilda each
     Hunk of copper   -   50 Gilda each
     Any element      -   60 Gilda each
     Thick hide       -   50 Gilda each
     Paint(any color) -   60 Gilda each
     Everything else  -   20 Gilda each
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    3. HOUSES (and people) [geohou]
    Houses are the main things you have to build in order to advance the 
    story. They are the backbone of the Georama.
    Not only do you have to build them, but then tailor them to fit whoever 
    needs to live there. And yes, the Church is a house, as people live 
    there.Oh, and contrary to what other guides may influence you to think,
    the Straw house is the MOST expensive one. Don't build it unless you 
    have to. Sadly, you will have to.
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     Straw house - 520 Gilda
    	 4 rolling log   -  80 Gilda
    	 2 rough rock    -  40 Gilda
    	20 bundle of hay - 400 Gilda
    
     Wooden house - 480 Gilda
    	20 rolling log    - 400 Gilda
    	 1 sturdy cloth   -  20 Gilda
    	 1 glass material -  20 Gilda
    	 2 sugar cane     -  40 Gilda
    
     Brick house - 280 Gilda
    	 8 sturdy rock    - 160 Gilda
    	 2 glass material -  40 Gilda
    	 4 sticky clay    -  80 Gilda
    
     Iron house - 300 Gilda
    	 5 glass material - 100 Gilda
    	20 scrap of metal - 200 Gilda
    
     Church - 330 Gilda
    	 8 sturdy rock    - 160 Gilda
    	 4 glass material -  80 Gilda
    	 3 scrap of metal -  30 Gilda
    	 1 holy element   -  60 Gilda
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    SPECIAL! TODAY ONLY! PEOPLE LISTING! WHEEEEEEE!
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    I'm guessing you want to know what people need to move into a house, 
    huh? Well, you're in luck! Today, I am in a generous mood, so I'll list
    the people, and their needs.
    
    Cedric - N/A
    
    Borneo - N/A
    
    Gordon - Needs to have a tree near his house 
    (140-200 Gilda)
    
    Donny - N/A
    
    Parn - Needs a purple roof
    (300 Gilda? Depends on the roof)
    
    Dr. Dell - N/A
    
    Ferdinand - N/A
    
    Claire - Needs a lamp near her house
    (90-180 Gilda)
    
    Pau - Needs a fruit tree near his house
    (200 Gilda)
    
    Stewert - N/A
    
    Adel - N/A
    
    Aunt Polly - Needs a cart near her house
    (120 Gilda)
    
    Erik - N/A
    
    Sheriff Blinkhorn - Needs a fence or gate around his house
    (140-360 Gilda?)
    
    Milane - She refuses to live in a Straw House 
    (save 520 Gilda)
    
    Gerald - Needs a house with a high CP count
    (10 Pots, as far as I can tell)
    
    Mayor Need - Needs a mailbox near his house
    (30 Gilda)
    
    Priest Bruno - Will only live in a Church 
    (330 Gilda)
    
    Rufio - Will only live in a house that is 3(?) or more stories tall.
    (300 Gilda)
    
    Fabio - Will only live near a river 
    (60 Gilda)
    
    Olivie - N/A
    
    Julia - N/A
    
    Mina - N/A
    
    Corinne - She needs a pink roofed brick house with a mailbox nearby. 
    (610 Gilda?)
    
    Granny Rosa - N/A
    
    That's all the people that you can get, but some don't even need to be 
    placed. You don't need to place Dr. Dell, Mayor Need, Rufio, Fabio, 
    Olive, Julia, Mina, Corinne, Pau, or Granny Rosa.
    
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    4. HOUSE ATTACHMENTS [geoatt]
    These are all of the things that HAVE to have a house to put them on. 
    They are not free-standing objects. They can not just sit on the ground.
    Please note that objects that go on walls cannot go on an Iron House, 
    but an Iron House has plenty of room for roof objects, and is the only 
    house that can fit an Iron Shed on it(I think). Also, I'm not sure if 
    attachments can go on a Church. I might test that out soon.
     
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     Warehouse - 80 Gilda (wall)
    	 4 rolling log - 80 Gilda
    
     Iron Chimney 1 - 80 Gilda (wall)
    	 2 scrap of metal - 20 Gilda
    	 1 fire element   - 60 Gilda
    
     Brick Chimney - 80 Gilda (roof)
    	 3 sturdy rock - 60 Gilda
    	 1 sticky clay - 20 Gilda
    
     Iron Lamp 1 - 90 Gilda (wall)
    	 1 glass material - 20 Gilda
    	 1 scrap of metal - 10 Gilda
    	 1 fire element   - 60 Gilda
    
     Iron Lamp 2 - 110 Gilda (wall)
    	 5 scrap of metal - 50 Gilda
    	 1 fire element   - 60 Gilda
    
     Weather Vane - 110 Gilda (roof)
    	 1 unknown bone   - 20 Gilda
    	 3 scrap of metal - 30 Gilda
    	 1 wind element   - 60 Gilda
    
     Laundry - 170 Gilda (wall)
    	 3 sturdy cloth  - 60 Gilda
    	 1 water element - 60 Gilda
    	 1 thick hide    - 50 Gilda
    
     Iron Shed - 50 Gilda (roof)
    	 5 scrap of metal - 50 Gilda
    
     Chimney Pot - 140 Gilda (roof)
     	 4 sticky clay  - 80 Gilda
    	 1 fire element - 60 Gilda
    
     Iron Chimney 2 - 100 Gilda (roof)
     	 4 scrap of metal - 40 Gilda
    	 1 fire element   - 60 Gilda
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    5. House Semi-Attachments [geosat]
    These are all of the items that sorta-kinda get attached to a house. As 
    in, you don't HAVE to have a house with them, but they're a little 
    useless without a house. They CAN be free-standing items if you want, 
    though.
     
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     Iron Fence - 20 Gilda
    	 2 scrap of metal - 20 Gilda
    
     Iron Gate - 50 Gilda
     	 5 scrap of metal - 50 Gilda
    
     Iron Stand - 100 Gilda
    	10 scrap of metal - 100 Gilda
    
     Iron Stairs - 50 Gilda
     	 5 scrap of metal - 50 Gilda
    
     Mailbox - 30 Gilda
    	 3 scrap of metal - 30 Gilda
    
     Rough Wooden Fence - 40 Gilda
    	 2 rolling log - 40 Gilda
    
     Wooden Fence - 20 Gilda
    	 1 rolling log - 20 Gilda
    
     Wooden Gate - 80 Gilda
    	 4 rolling log - 80 Gilda
    
     Wooden Stairs - 60 Gilda
    	 3 rolling log - 60 Gilda
    
     Wooden Stand - 100 Gilda
     	 5 rolling log - 100 Gilda
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    6. Stand-Alone Items [geosai]
    This is the place for all of the Georama items that can stand on their 
    own. You don't have to have a house anywhere near them.
     
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     Barn - 80 Gilda
    	 4 rolling log - 80 Gilda
    
     Barrel - 100 Gilda
     	 2 rolling log    - 40 Gilda
    	 1 scrap of metal - 10 Gilda
     	 1 thick hide     - 50 Gilda
    
     Bench - 80 Gilda
    	 3 rolling log - 60 Gilda
     	 1 sticky clay - 20 Gilda
    
     Block - 100 Gilda
    	 5 sturdy rock - 100 Gilda
    
     Block 2 - 200 Gilda
     	10 sturdy rock - 200 Gilda
    
     Block 3 - 200 Gilda
     	10 sturdy rock - 200 Gilda
    
     Bridge Block - 100 Gilda
     	 5 sturdy rock - 100 Gilda
    
     Stair Block - 100 Gilda
    	 5 sturdy rock - 100 Gilda
    
     Well - 220 Gilda
     	 2 rolling log    -  40 Gilda
    	 5 sturdy rock    - 100 Gilda
     	 2 scrap of metal -  20 Gilda
    	 1 water element  -  60 Gilda
    
     Windmill - 260 Gilda
     	 4 rolling log  - 80 Gilda
    	 4 sturdy rock  - 80 Gilda
     	 2 sturdy cloth - 40 Gilda
    	 1 wind element - 60 Gilda
    
     Shed - 160 Gilda
     	 2 rolling log   -  40 Gilda
    	 6 bundle of hay - 120 Gilda
    
     Cart - 120 Gilda
     	 2 rolling log    - 40 Gilda
    	 2 scrap of metal - 20 Gilda
     	 1 wind element   - 60 Gilda
    
     Hay and Hoe - 50 Gilda
    	 2 bundle of hay  - 40 Gilda
    	 1 scrap of metal - 10 Gilda
    
     Pot - 80 Gilda
    	 4 sticky clay - 80 Gilda
    
     Pot Torch - 180 Gilda
     	 2 rolling log  - 40 Gilda
    	 4 sticky clay  - 80 Gilda
     	 1 fire element - 60 Gilda
    
     Feeble Tree - 140 Gilda
    	 1 forest dew    - 20 Gilda
     	 1 earth element - 60 Gilda
    	 1 wind element  - 60 Gilda
    
     Fruit Tree - 200 Gilda
     	 1 forest dew    -  20 Gilda
    	 2 earth element - 120 Gilda
     	 1 water element -  60 Gilda
    
     Leafy Tree - 140 Gilda
    	 1 forest dew    - 20 Gilda
     	 1 water element - 60 Gilda
    	 1 wind element  - 60 Gilda
    
     Thorn Tree - 140 Gilda
     	 1 forest dew    - 20 Gilda
    	 1 earth element - 60 Gilda
     	 1 water element - 60 Gilda
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    7. Region-Specific Items [Reguni]
    Every region in the game has a certain few items that are exclusive to 
    that region and are usually needed to complete it 100%. Anyways, here 
    are the uniques for each region:
    
    7.1 Sindain uniques [Sinuni]
    Sindain has the most unique items out of all the regions, and is the 
    only region that gives you something to begin with.
    Note: I just remembered that you start with some grass, logs, and 
    rocks, but I can't remember how many, since I've already destroyed
    them. Anyone care to enlighten me? 
    Note 2: Scratch that, I just learned that you start out with 4 grass,
    4 rocks, and 3 logs. But, they're still useless.
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     Eye Tree 1 - 260 Gilda
    	 5 rolling log   - 100 gilda
     	 2 forest dew    -  40 gilda
    	 1 light element -  60 gilda
     	 1 earth element -  60 gilda
    
     Eye Tree 2 - 260 Gilda
    	 5 rolling log   - 100 gilda
     	 2 forest dew    -  40 gilda
    	 1 light element -  60 gilda
     	 1 earth element -  60 gilda
    
     Grass - 120 Gilda (pretty much useless) 
    	 1 earth element - 60 gilda
     	 1 water element - 60 gilda
    
     Hill - 280 Gilda (same as Grass)
    	 5 sticky clay   - 100 gilda
     	 3 earth element - 180 gilda
    
     Log - 160 Gilda (same as Hill)
    	 8 rolling log - 160 gilda
    
     Nose Tree - 260 Gilda
     	 5 rolling log   - 100 gilda
    	 2 forest dew    -  40 gilda
      	 1 light element -  60 gilda
    	 1 earth element -  60 gilda
    
     River - 60 Gilda
     	 1 water element - 60 gilda
    
     Rock - 160 Gilda (same as Log)
    	 8 rough rock - 160 gilda
    
     Waterwheel - 140 Gilda
     	 4 rolling log   - 80 gilda
    	 1 water element - 60 gilda
    
     Wooden Bridge - 100 Gilda
     	 5 rolling log - 100 gilda
    
     Firbit's House - free
    	 1 is given to you for free
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    7.2 Balance Valley uniques [BaVuni]
    In direct contrast to Sindain, Balance Valley has the least amount of 
    unique items, coming in at a whopping total of 2.
     
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     Chinese Stand - 300 Gilda (house-type item)
    	 6 rolling log   - 120 gilda
     	 3 sturdy cloth  -  60 gilda
    	 1 water element -  60 gilda
     	 1 fire element  -  60 gilda
    
     Star Lamp - 100 Gilda (wall)
    	 1 glass material - 20 gilda
     	 2 scrap of metal - 20 gilda
    	 1 fire element   - 60 gilda						         
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    7.3 Venniccio uniques [Venuni]
    Venniccio only has 3 unique items, but of those 3, 2 of them need to be 
    placed at least 8 times... Unfortunatly, they're slightly pricy.
     
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     Luna Stone Light - 150 Gilda
    	 1 rolling log    - 20 gilda
     	 1 scrap of metal - 10 gilda
    	 1 light element  - 60 gilda
     	 1 fire element   - 60 gilda
    
     Pier - 80 Gilda
    	 4 rolling log - 80 gilda
    
     Shop Boat - 280 Gilda
     	 8 rolling log   - 160 gilda
    	 2 bundle of hay -  40 gilda
     	 4 sturdy cloth  -  80 gilda
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    7.4 Heim Rada uniques [HeRuni]
    Heim Rada is strange in that it has you placing 2 unique parts ON the 
    houses. I'm not sure if they will go on a Brick house (never tried it),
    but they will go on an Iron house.
    Note: It has been confirmed that yes, the Crane and Arm will go onto
    a Brick House roof.
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     Generator - 400 Gilda
    	 6 scrap of metal  -  60 gilda
     	 2 hunk of copper  - 100 gilda
    	 2 thunder element - 120 gilda
     	 2 fire element    - 120 gilda 
    
     Great Crane - 150 Gilda (roof)
    	 4 scrap of metal  - 40 gilda
    	 1 hunk of copper  - 50 gilda
     	 1 thunder element - 60 gilda
    
     Power Arm - 150 Gilda	(roof)
    	 4 scrap of metal  - 40 gilda
    	 1 hunk of copper  - 50 gilda
    	 1 thunder element - 60 gilda
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    8. Region 100% needs [100%age]
    I hear you now, "Why would I need to get any Georama to 100%? It's 
    expensive!" Well, I'll tell you. If you get a region finished up (all 
    lights lit), then you get a prize. What prize you get depends on the 
    region. Please note that I won't be telling you step by step how to get
    to 100%, since I know people like some freeform now and then, and 
    hardly anybody likes being told exactly what to do. Besides, it's not 
    that hard to figure out. I will, however, provide you with what you 
    will need (not counting people's needs), and the amount of Gilda you 
    should have available before starting. Also, if you already have some 
    materials, then it will be cheaper than if you had to buy everything 
    you need. Oh, yes, if my calculations are way off, please tell me. I
    know it won't be exactly the amount that you need, because I gave a 
    little room for error and CP needs. But, if it's way off, then I need 
    to fix it.
    
    
    8.1 Sindain Region 100% needs [Sin100%]
    In order for a successful Georama completion, the following 
    requirements must be met:
    
    Forest Lake restored
     15 River parts placed
    
    Glowing Mushrooms restored
     Elder Jurak revived
     10 Trees placed
    
    Withered Tree restored
     Nose Tree between Eye Trees
     Nose and Eye Trees near River
    
    Elder Jurak revived
     Withered Tree restored
     Forest Lake restored
     Gordon resides in Sindain
    
    Tailor Shop restored
     Elder Jurak revived
     Adel resides in Sindain
     30 Culture Points obtained
    
    Eatery restored
     Elder Jurak revived
     Polly resides in Sindain
     40 Culture Points obtained
    
    Weapon Shop restored
     Elder Jurak revived
     Milane resides in Sindain
     Elder Jurak's Branch restored
     50 Culture Points obtained
    
    Elder Jurak's Branch restored
     10 Trees placed
     Fence around Firbits' house
    
    Golden Eggs restored
     Elder Jurak's Branch restored
     Resident in Straw house
    
    
    In order to complete this Georama 100%, you'll need the following:
    15 River parts - 900 Gilda
    7 Trees (any type)(2 given already) - 700-1000 Gilda
    1 Eye Tree 1 - 260 Gilda
    1 Eye Tree 2 - 260 Gilda
    1 Nose Tree - 260 Gilda
    At least 1 Straw house - 520 Gilda
    3 other houses (preferably Brick) - 840-1560 Gilda
    15 Fences - 300 Gilda
    And whatever else you need to get 50 CP (Pots recommended)
    
    To obtain these items, you will need roughly 4850 Gilda.
    Cost for people? ~320 Gilda
    
    When you complete this Georama, you will get a Jurak Gun.
    The Jurak Gun is a rather bland weapon, but powerful for that point in 
    the game. It looks like it was made completely out of wood, and yet it 
    shoots LAZORS!. I guess Jurak wood is infused with magic, or something.
    
    
    8.2 Balance Valley Region 100% needs [BaV100%]
    In order for a successful Georama completion, the following 
    requirements must be met:
    
    Lower Prayer Site restored
     All 4 Plateaus at same height
     20 Culture Points obtained
    
    Suspension Bridge restored
     Lower Prayer Site restored
     15 Trees placed
    
    Starlight Temple restored
     Prayer Site and Bridge restored
     2 People reside in Valley
     Crystal Prayer Site restored
    
    Sacred Torch restored
     Starlight Temple restored
     4 Pot Torches placed
    
    Crystal Prayer Site restored
     Lower Prayer Site restored
     Priest Bruno resides in Village
    
    Sacred Gate restored
     Starlight Temple restored
     Stewart resides in Valley
     40 Culture Points obtained
    
    Lao Chao's Bistro restored
     Starlight Temple restored
     Ferdinand at the Chinese Stand
     30 Culture Points obtained
    
    Tool Shop restored
     Lin helped
     Star Lamp on Brick House
     Parn resides in Valley
     Starlight Temple restored
    
    Weapon Shop restored
     Starlight Temple restored
     Blinkhorn resides in Valley
     30 Culture Points obtained
    
    Moon Crystal and Crest revived
     Starlight Temple restored
     Lighthouse Moon Crystal restored
    
    In order to complete this Georama 100%, you'll need the following:
    15 Trees - 2100 Gilda
    1 Church - 330 Gilda
    1 Chinese Stand - 300 Gilda
    1 Brick House - 280 Gilda
    2 Other Houses (preferably Brick, but I think any kind works) - 560-
    1040 Gilda
    4 Pot Torches - 720 Gilda
    Star Lamp - 100 Gilda
    And whatever else you need to get 40 CP
    
    To obtain these items, you will need roughly 4700 Gilda.
    Cost for people? ~480 Gilda
    
    When you complete this Georama, you will get a Serpent Slicer.
    The Serpent Slicer looks slightly like a tomato(to me), because the 
    blade is red, and the hilt is green, with a little bit of green 
    stretching onto the blade. You'll understand when you see it.
    But, it is strong, and upgrades to the 7 Branch Sword, which 
    is a muchas painful sword at that point(or so I've heard).
    
    
    8.3 Veniccio Region 100% needs [Ven100%]
    In order for a successful Georama completion, the following 
    requirements must be met:
    
    Luna Lab foundation restored
     8 blocks of Pier Parts placed
     Someone resides in Veniccio
     30 Culture Points obtained
    
    Lab 1 restored
     Luna Lab foundation restored
     Red Iron House placed
     Claire lives in Red Iron House
     Boat near Red Iron House
    
    Lab 2 restored
     Luna Lab foundation restored
     Blue Iron House placed
     Donny lives in Blue Iron House
     Boat near Blue Iron House
    
    Lab 3 restored
     Luna Lab foundation restored
     Purple Iron House placed
     Boat near Purple Iron House
    
    Lab 4 restored
     Luna Lab foundation restored
     Green Iron House placed
     Boat near Green Iron House
    
    Luna Lab restored
     All 4 Labs restored
     Shigura Village saved
     50 Culture Points obtained
    
    Search Lights restored
     Luna Lab restored
     8 Luna Stone Lights placed
     60 Culture Points obtained
    
    Weather Vanes restored
     Luna Lab restored
     Windmill placed
    
    Symbol of Luna Lab restored
     Luna Lab restored
     80 Culture Points obtained
    
    In order to complete this Georama 100%, you'll need the following:
    8 Piers - 640 Gilda
    4 Iron Houses - 1200 Gilda
    1 Shop Boat - 280 Gilda
    10 Red Paint - 600 Gilda
    10 Blue Paint - 600 Gilda
    10 Purple Paint - 600 Gilda
    10 Green Paint - 600 Gilda
    8 Luna Stone Lights - 1200 Gilda
    1 Windmill - 260 Gilda
    And whatever else you need to get 80 CP
    
    To obtain these items, you will need roughly 6100 Gilda.
    Cost for people? ~180 Gilda
    
    When you complete this Georama, you will get a Nova Cannon.
    The Nova Cannon is a weapon to use on the Ridepod. It looks like
    an old wicker basket attached to a metal arm. It fires large LAZORS!, 
    with a (very)slight homing trait. Oh, and did I mention the fact that 
    it has 240 attack?
    
    
    8.4 Heim Rada Region 100% needs [HeR100%]
    In order for a successful Georama completion, the following 
    requirements must be met:
    
    2nd Floor of Workshop restored
     3 sturdy houses placed
     30 Culture Points obtained
    
    3rd Floor of Workshop restored
     House placed 3 blocks high
     2nd Floor of Workshop restored
    
    Workshop Elevator restored
     Resident in house with Chimney
     3rd Floor of Workshop restored
     60 Culture Points obtained
    
    Gundorada Workshop restored
     Workshop Elevator restored
     Borneo resides in Heim Rada
     Work Crane and Arm restored
     Generator placed
    
    Work Crane restored
     Resident in house with Crane
     3rd Floor of Workshop restored
     Windmill placed
    
    Work Arm restored
     Resident in house with Arm
     2nd Floor of Workshop restored
     10 Pots placed
    
    Operations Room restored
     Fire Squall destroyed
     Gerald resides in Heim Rada
     Gundorada Workshop restored
     100 Culture Points obtained
    
    Parts Shop restored
     Cedric resides in Heim Rada
     Gundorada Workshop restored
     70 Culture Points obtained
    
    Item Shop restored
     Resident in house with Chimney
     Gundorada Workshop restored
     70 Culture Points obtained
    
    Weapon Shop restored
     Erik in house near Windmill
     Gundorada Workshop restored
     70 Culture Points obtained
    
    Paznos completed
     Gaspard defeated
     Operations Room restored
    
    In order to complete this Georama 100%, you'll need the following:
    4 Sturdy Houses (I prefer Iron, but Brick might work as well) - 1120-
    1200 Gilda
    3 Iron Stands (Wood only works if you've destroyed the Fire Squall) - 
    300 Gilda
    1 Chimney (I'd go with Brick, personally) - 80 Gilda
    1 Work Crane - 150 Gilda
    1 Power Arm - 150 Gilda
    1 Generator - 400 Gilda
    1 Windmill - 260 Gilda
    10 Pots - 800 Gilda
    And whatever else you need to get 100 CP
    
    To obtain these items, you will need roughly 3700 Gilda.
    Cost for people? ~0 Gilda (not a typo)
    
    When you complete this Georama, you will get a Holy Daedalus Blade.
    Apparently, it is the sword that Monica's father left for her. Kinda 
    sad, because at the point that you get it, whatever sword you have 
    should be stronger. It looks like... Well, it looks like a freaking 
    huge and freaking heavy sword. It's blue, but not very dark, and it 
    seems a bit short and fat.
    
    
    9. Special: Moon Flower Palace [specMFP]
    The Moon Flower Palace is different in that you have no LISTED 
    requirements.
    Instead, you have pictures showing you where the items go. It also has 
    only its own special items. That's right, only specials. No outside 
    help whatsoever. As such, it is the least freeform Georama in the game. 
    Thankfully, it is the easiest to figure the cost for.
     
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     Camellia Tree - 180 Gilda (2 available)
    	 1 earth element - 60 Gilda   
     	 1 water element - 60 Gilda
    	 1 life element  - 60 Gilda
    
     Flower Bed - 180 Gilda (6 available)
     	 2 earth element - 120 Gilda
    	 1 water element -  60 Gilda
    
     Fountain - 220 Gilda (1 available)
     	 5 sturdy rock   - 100 Gilda
    	 2 water element - 120 Gilda
    
     Hall of Sorrow - 340 Gilda (1 available)
     	10 sturdy rock    - 200 Gilda
    	 2 rough rock     -  40 Gilda
     	 2 glass material -  40 Gilda
    	 1 wind element   -  60 Gilda
    
     Moon Column - 100 Gilda (16 available)
     	 2 sturdy rock  - 40 Gilda
    	 1 holy element - 60 Gilda
    
     Palace Stairs - 160 Gilda (1 available)
     	 2 rough rock    - 40 Gilda
    	 1 earth element - 60 Gilda
     	 1 water element - 60 Gilda	
    
     Petal Stream - 60 Gilda (16 Available)
    	 1 water element - 60 Gilda 
    
     Road - 40 Gilda (6 available)
     	 2 rough rock - 40 Gilda
    
     Road to Golbad - 160 Gilda (8 available)
    	 2 rough rock    - 40 Gilda
     	 1 earth element - 60 Gilda
    	 1 water element - 60 Gilda
    
     Silver Bench - 1040 Gilda (2 available)
     	 2 rolling log -   40 Gilda
    	 1 gold bar    - 1000 Gilda
    
     Stardust Pond - 	220 Gilda (1 available)
     	 5 sturdy rock   - 100 Gilda
    	 1 water element -  60 Gilda
     	 1 light element -  60 Gilda
    
     Starlight Stairs - 160 Gilda (2 available)
    	 5 rough rock    - 100 Gilda
     	 1 light element -  60 Gilda
    _______________________________________________________________________
    In order to completely complete this one, you will need precicely 8860 
    Gilda. Yes, precicely 8860 Gilda. This one is exact. 
    As a matter of fact, you should get most of the Gilda you need simply 
    hunting for the Geostones. Anyways, I guess you want to see how to set 
    it up, huh? Well, prepare! Prepare for Extremely Accurate ASCII! 
    </sarcasm>
    
               Extremely Accurate ASCII!
    
                          DOOR
                   ss     mGGm  b  ss  b
               FF  ss FF  mGGm  b PsPP b
                   ss     mGGm     ss
               rrSSSsSSrrrrFFrrrrSSsSSSrr
               FF  ss FF  mGGm     ss
                   ss     mGGm     ss
               FF  ss FF  mGGm     ss
                   ss     mGGm     ss
               HHHHHHHHHH mGGm   pppppp
               HHHHHHHHHH EXIT   pppppp
    
    KEY
    G = Road to Golbad
    F = Fountain
    DOOR = Moon Flower Palace Door
    EXIT = Exit (duh)
    r = Road
    S = Starlight Stairs
    s = Petal Stream
    m = Moon Column
    H = Hall of Sorrow
    P = Palace Stairs
    b = Silver Bench
    p = Starlight Pond
    F = Flower Bed
    T = Camellia Tree
    
    It's not perfect, but you get the picture. I'm no great shakes at 
    ASCII...
    Oh, and you can put the Camellia Trees anywhere you can fit them.
    HEY, LISTEN: It was brought to my attention that my ASCII did not 
    match the pictures. I checked, and it didn't. I'll provide another 
    version, so as not to confuse people. This is as close as I can get it.
    
                          DOOR
                   ss     mGGm  b  ss  b
               FF  ss FF  mGGm  b PsPP b
               FF  ss FF  mGGm     ss
                   ss     mGGm     ss
               rrSSSsSSrrrrFFrrrrSSsSSSrr
                   ss     mGGm  FF ss FF
                T  ss T   mGGm     ss
               HHHHHHHHHH mGGm   pppppp
               HHHHHHHHHH EXIT   pppppp
    
    
    I guess there is a little freedom when making this one, huh? But,
    you will get 100% any way you put it as long as it resembles the 
    pictures. Anyways, I guess that about wraps up the Georama, mirite? 
    Imrite, mirite? Oh yeah, when you complete this one, you get a Sun 
    stone and a Moon stone. The Sun stone powers up weapons with more 
    flame and no chill. The Moon stone powers up weapons with more chill 
    and no flame. Oh, and you also get a cutscene that shows how Emperor 
    Griffon came to be at the palace.
    
    
    10. FAQs [help?]
    None yet. Send yours in today!
    
    
    11. Closing Statement and Thanks [close]
    If this guide has helped even one person, then it has fulfilled it's 
    purpose.
    
    Anyways, thanks go to:
    Gamefaqs, for being the best gaming site on the web today.
    Sony and Level 5, for making Dark Cloud 2.
    Vgmusic.com, for giving me something to listen to while I type.
    <http://www.network-science.de/ascii/> for my name in awesome ASCII at 
    the top.
    AllanShore, for informing me that the Great Crane and Power Arm will
    go onto a Brick House roof, and for a correction on the ASCII.
    zord62, for noticing a spelling error(I was calling Olivie "Olive"), 
    and for informing me as to what you start out with in Sindain.
    
    And most importantly, you, for reading this guide!
    
    Anyways, that's all for now!