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I've done a little work on the guide so far, mostly just adding suggestions 
that I've received in my inbox. During the summer, I hope to replay the game 
and to do a complete re-write of the guide. Stay tuned for future updates.

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                                FAQ Information
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           Game - Earthbound
            FAQ - Complete Guide
          Genre - Role-Playing / General
       Platform - Super Nintendo [SNES]
   Release Date - North America [August | 26 | 1994] Japan [August | 27 | 1994]
       Designer - Ape Studios
  Creation Date - Monday, July | 26 | 2004
Completion Date - Saturday, February | 2 | 2008

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                                   Copyright
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This guide was written by awutow15. This guide may be not be reproduced under
any circumstances except for personal, private use. It may not be placed on any
web site or otherwise distributed publicly at all, no exceptions. The only
website allowed to publicly display this guide is www.GameFAQs.com. Use of this
guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display such as another
website or in a magazine is strictly prohibited, and is a violation of
copyright laws. Please, if you see this guide on public display on any other
website, please contact me at awutow15_gamefaqs[at]hotmail[dot]com.

I haven't realized until this point just how painstaking of a process
FAQ writing is, and you should too. Even for this shorter RPG, it takes a
*LONG* time to tweak this guide and get it just right. Then you have to worry
about people not liking the FAQ. But I digress. Moral of the story: Don't
plagiarize or steal anything whatsoever from any FAQs you read, because it
takes people many hours of hard work to put them together, and it just proves
how terrible of a person you are.

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                                Spoiler Warning
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From this point onward (.) throughout the guide, there are spoilers littered
everywhere.  This is going to be a complete Walkthrough and I do not plan to
"censor" out any plot twists, etc.  I strongly advise those of you that have
not started playing "Earthbound" to stop here.  Obviously, it's all right for
me to make this guide because I have completely rocked it numerous times, and I
know everything about the game (well, not *every* thing ^_^), and isn't that
the whole purpose of playing games anyways, specifically the "Role-Playing"
kind?  To figure out the story for yourself? Anyways, this guide is meant
solely for the purpose of helping those who are stuck, because I think we all
have those moments where we have to just stop playing the game out of sheer
frustration, in this case, particularly when going for the 1/128 items. I
highly recommend that you play through this game yourself and only use this
guide whenever you are stuck. It's your choice though. As for the spoilers
throughout this guide, don't complain if you are a beginner and some game
defining moment is ruined because of your own curiosity:

...You have been warned.

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                               Revision History
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Version 1.0
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-Very excited to get to start on this new project. Before I submit this guide
 to CJayC, I plan on finishing, hopefully, all of it. Immediately after it is
 submitted, I hope to rewrite the guide to improve upon it in as many ways as I
 can. I'm not sure how important it is, but below is a list of what I finished
 and in what order on this guide:

 [1] Started off with "FAQ Information", "Copyright" section, "How To Contact
     Me", etc.

 [2] Started with the beginning of the actual Walkthrough, but got side tracked
     with the task of finishing every thing else first, then starting on the
     Walkthrough.

 [3] Finished all of the Walkthrough Sub-Section headers and started on the
     complete enemy "Bestiary".

 [4] Started on a "Miscellaneous Earthbound Tidbits" section, and finished the
     "Earthbound Basics" section. Up to ~180k.

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                                  FAQ Outline
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 1.0.0 - Introduction
 2.0.0 - Story
 3.0.0 - Main Characters
 4.0.0 - Earthbound Basics
   4.0.1 - Controls
   4.0.2 - Stats Explained
   4.0.3 - Command Window
   4.0.4 - Fighting Explained
 5.0.0 - Complete Walkthrough
   5.0.1 - Onett (Meteorite)
   5.0.2 - Downtown Onett
   5.0.3 - Giant Step
   5.0.4 - Twoson
   5.0.5 - Peaceful Rest Valley
   5.0.6 - Happy Happy Village
   5.0.7 - Lilliput Steps
   5.0.8 - Twoson (Revisited)
   5.0.9 - Threed
   5.1.0 - Winters
   5.1.1 - Threed (Revisited)
   5.1.2 - Grapefruit Falls
   5.1.3 - Saturn Valley
   5.1.4 - Belch Base
   5.1.5 - Saturn Valley (Revisited)
   5.1.6 - Milky Well
   5.1.7 - Saturn Valley (Revisited)
   5.1.8 - Grapefruit Falls (Revisited)
   5.1.9 - Threed (Revisited)
   5.2.0 - Dusty Dunes Desert
   5.2.1 - Fourside
   5.2.2 - Dusty Dunes Desert (Revisited)
   5.2.3 - Gold Mine
   5.2.4 - Fourside (Revisited)
   5.2.5 - Moonside
   5.2.6 - Dusty Dunes Desert (Revisited)
   5.2.7 - Fourside (Revisited)
   5.2.8 - Threed (Revisited)
   5.2.9 - Summers
   5.3.0 - Dalaam
   5.3.1 - Summers (Revisited)
   5.3.2 - Fourside (Revisited)
   5.3.3 - Dalaam (Revisited)
   5.3.4 - Summers (Revisited)
   5.3.5 - Scaraba
   5.3.6 - Deep Darkness
   5.3.7 - Tenda Village
   5.3.8 - Winters (Revisited)
   5.3.9 - Stonehenge Base
   5.4.0 - Onett (Reviisted)
   5.4.1 - Tenda Village (Revisited)
   5.4.2 - Lumine Hall
   5.4.3 - Lost Underworld
   5.4.4 - Fire Spring
   5.4.5 - Magicant
   5.4.6 - Sea of Eden
   5.4.7 - Saturn Valley (Revisited)
   5.4.8 - Onett (Revisited)
   5.4.9 - Saturn Valley (Revisited)
   5.5.0 - Cave of the Past
   5.5.1 - Giygas
 6.0.0 - Bestiary [Future Version]
 7.0.0 - Bosses
 8.0.0 - Miscellaneous Earthbound Tidbits
 9.0.0 - My "Earthbound" Review
 9.0.0 - Codes and Glitches
   9.0.1 - Codes
   9.0.2 - Glitches
10.0.0 - Credits
11.0.0 - Other
12.0.0 - Copyright
13.0.0 - How To Contact Me
14.0.0 - Final Thoughts

(NOTE : If you want to skip ahead over all of these sections and get to a
specific section , just press Ctrl + "F" and a search window will come up. Type
in the number of the section you want to go to and you should get there pretty
fast. Yes, I know I have my sections marked as 1.0.0, 2.0.0 etc. instead of
1.0, 2.0 etc. That's so no one will get messed up, just in case I have 1.0 or
2.0 anywhere in the FAQ.)

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                             1.0.0 - Introduction
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Funnily enough, I was inspired to write a complete FAQ/Walkthrough for my
favorite game of all time, "Earthbound," surprisingly while I was in the middle
of the game "Chrono Trigger" and I thought to myself, "Wouldn't it be awesome
to have a totally complete guide for 'Chrono Trigger'?" I had asked a friend if
he wanted to co-author a guide for "Chrono Trigger" with me. Then I thought to
myself, "Wait a minute, "Earthbound" beats any other game, why not do one for
it?", and that is how this guide got started. Slowly but surely, I started
thinking about all of the things I could compile into one FAQ:

[1] A step-by-step guide that shows you how to finish the game from point A to
    point B, leaving no rock unturned and no gift box unwrapped.

[2] A complete set of *every* item in the game, including everything from a
    Bread Roll to all of the 1/128 items.

[3] A comprehensive section which includes stats and strategies for *every*
    enemy and boss, going from the Spiteful Crow all the way to Gigyas.

[4] A "Secrets" section containing information on how leveling can be easy
    using the Criminal Caterpillar, and information on things such as the
    "Insignificant Item."

I could go on forever with this list, but I think I only need to point out one
major reason I decided to start on this FAQ: I just want to make sure that
everyone can fully enjoy this gem as much as I do.

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                               2.0.0 - Storyline
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The originality of Earthbound is overwhelming and its transitions are very
smooth. In a typical RPG, you think of the old "Final Fantasy" days. A typical
RPG usually has sword-wielding knights, magical wizards, and powerful fire-
breathing dragons. Well, Earthbound isn't your typical RPG. Replace the
knight's armor and swords with a baseball cap and a baseball bat, and you get
the main character: Ness.  Take away the wizard's robe and wand, and give him,
er... her, a dress and a frying pan, and you get one of Ness's allies, Paula.
You can probably see where I'm going with these analogies.

Even better, however, is how well the designers blended the quirkiness of
Earthbound with the engrossing storyline, and it actually worked! You start out
as a young boy named Ness who has the ability to change cosmic events. Since
friendship is the key, along his journey he meets up with three new friends and
they set out on a journey with the ultimate goal of defeating Giygas. The story
goes far deeper than this, but those are the basics of it.

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                            3.0.0 - Main Characters
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0==========================0
|-Ness: Unlikely Protector-|
0==========================0

The main character that lives in a little town in Eagleland called Onett. He is
thrown into chaos, however, the night the meteorite lands behind his house. An
unlikely friend from the future arrives and tells him that he is the chosen
boy. He has the ability to change the events of time. Ness is the all around
average character. He has an equal balance of most stats, but excels in HP,
Guts, and Offense. Because he is the chosen boy, Ness can use Psychic Power,
known in the game as PSI. Ness's weapon of choice is the baseball bat.

0=====================0
|-Paula: Psychic Hero-|
0=====================0

Paula contacts Ness telepathically one night in his sleep, and he soon
afterwards meets her in the town of Twoson. She also has a fair balance of
stats, and what she slightly lacks in HP, she more than compensates for with
PP. She is one of the first characters to learn an offensive PSI attack.
Paula's weapon of choice is the Frying Pan.

0=========================0
|-Jeff: Mechanical Genius-|
0=========================0

The second companion to accompany Ness on his adventure, Jeff lives in Winters,
and is the son of famous scientist, Dr. Andonuts. There are two major
differences between Jeff and the rest of the group. For one, he can't use PSI
attacks. Since his weapon of choice is the Gun. Jeff highly excels in IQ.
Because of his disturbing amount of mechanical knowledge, Jeff can fix broken
items overnight. Weapons repaired by Jeff can only be used by him. He is also
the only person that can use Bottle Rockets.

0=======================0
|-Poo: Prince of Dalaam-|
0=======================0

Poo is slightly older than Ness, and he is very popular in his hometown as
well. He has to go through a torturous ritual to become who he is. He strongly
excels in Offense and Psychic Power. He has his own special PSI ability as
well: PSI Starstorm. Poo's weapon of choice is the Sword. Poo can equip some
weapons, but they all lower his Offense stat. The only Sword in the game is the
Sword of Kings. It is the only one of the 1/128 items I recommend you get.

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                           4.0.0 - Earthbound Basics
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I'm sure there aren't that many new players out there, but I know that there
are some. Most people that decide to pick up "Earthbound" have played RPGs
before, such as those in the "Final Fantasy," "Breath of Fire," or "Dragon
Warrior" series. There are, however, some aspects of "Earthbound" that are
quite unique. Here, you will find a mini-table of contents devoted to this
section, in particular:

4.0.1 - Controls
4.0.2 - Stats Explained
4.0.3 - Command Window
4.0.4 - Fighting Explained

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                               4.0.1 - Controls
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With the controller setup of Earthbound, every button has some kind of function
except the Y button. The L Button acts as the A Button, and the SELECT Button
acts as the B Button, which explains how the entire game can be played with the
left hand. Below are the controls for Earthbound.

0=============0
|-Control Pad-|
0=============0

The Control Pad moves the cursor on the screens before you start the actual
game. During the game, it serves the purpose of moving all of your characters
around the world of Eagleland. You also use the Control Pad also scrolls
through in-game lists.

0==============0
|-START Button-|
0==============0

The only use for the Start Button is to advance into the game from the title
screen. Other than that, you will never use it.

0===============0
|-SELECT Button-|
0===============0

Acts as the B Button, which explains how the entire game can be played with
the left hand.

0==========0
|-A Button-|
0==========0

The A Button is one of the most important buttons, because it brings up the
command window. It is also the button you press when you want to advance
through the "selection" screens. You can substitute the L Button for the A
Button.

0==========0
|-B Button-|
0==========0

While moving around Eagleland, pressing the B Button brings up the Status
Window, which shows the characters' HP, PP, and any Status Ailments. You
also use the B Button to cancel out in the "selection" screens.

0==========0
|-X Button-|
0==========0

Once you acquire the Town Map in Downtown Onett, pressing the X Button
will bring it up. Pressing the X Button again closes the map.

0==========0
|-Y Button-|
0==========0

The only button that has no function whatsoever in the game.

0==========0
|-L Button-|
0==========0

You can substitute the L Button for the A Button. The L Button is used to talk
to the people around you, and to check your surroundings. This also explains
how the entire game can be played using only the left hand.

0==========0
|-R Button-|
0==========0

The R Button also only has one function in the entire game. Once you acquire
the Bike in Twoson, pressing the R Button while riding the bike will ring its
bell. Give it a try!


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                            4.0.2 - Stats Explained
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At first, I was planning on including a Legend at the top of this section due
to formatting issues, but I solved the problem, so a Legend would be obsolete.
Fortunately for you, you will never see the formatting problems that were
caused because they were fixed before the guide was even submitted. In this
section, obviously, I will be explaining the different stats you have and what
they are.

0================0
|-[H]it [P]oints-|
0================0

Most people know what HP stands for, but for those of you new to the RPG genre,
HP represents the amount of damage you can take. If your HP reaches 0, you will
be knocked unconscious. To replenish HP, use items that recover it on the
character who is in need, or stop some where to rest, like Ness's house or at
an inn.

0====================0
|-[P]sychic [P]oints-|
0====================0

Original to the RPG genre, but meaning almost the same thing (MP, Mana), PP is
the "unit" it costs to perform special PSI attacks. Every time you use a PSI
attack, the amount of PP required for that particular attack is subtracted from
the total amount you have remaining. When your PP amount reaches 0, your supply
is exhausted and for the moment, you will not be able to perform PSI attacks.
To replenish PP, use an item that recovers it, or stop some where to rest, like
Ness's house or at an inn. Another method is to find the elusive "Magic
Butterfly." You will learn more about these Butterflies later.

0=======================0
|-[EXP]erience [P]oints-|
0=======================0

Basically, to increase your Experience Points, fight more monsters. When the
amount of Experience Points you currently have meets that required for the
"Next Level," you will Level-Up, and some of your stats will increase.

0=========0
|-Offense-|
0=========0

Corresponds with the amount of damage you can inflict. Obviously, the higher
your Offense stat is, you can cause more damage on your opponents. Vice-versa,
the lower your Offense stat is, the amount of damage you inflict is lowered.

0=========0
|-Defense-|
0=========0

Corresponds with the amount of damage you can withstand. Just as with Offense,
the higher your defense stat is, the more attacks you can take from enemies
without becoming unconscious. The lower your Defense stat is, however, the less
damage it takes for you to be eliminated.

0=======0
|-Speed-|
0=======0

Increases your chance of going first in an encounter with an enemy. Whoever has
the highest Speed stat goes first in a battle, even if it is the enemy's. It
also possibly raises the probability of you dodging attacks. If anyone knows
this for sure, please notify me. You will be given full credit.

0======0
|-Guts-|
0======0

The first purpose of the Guts stat are that it increases the probability of
connecting with a SMAAAAAASHHH!! attack whenever using a "BASH" weapon.
Obviously, Jeff can never get a SMAAAAAASHHH!! attack. The other purpose of the
Guts stat is that it increases the probability of your characters surviving a
mortal blow that drops your HP to 1.

0==========0
|-Vitality-|
0==========0

Simply increases your total HP amount at the next Level-Up.

0====0
|-IQ-|
0====0

Simply increases your total PP amount at the next Level-Up (excluding Jeff, for
obvious reasons.) In Jeff's case, the higher the IQ stat is, the more broken
items he can fix over the night.

0======0
|-Luck-|
0======0

Increases the chance of you dodging attacks from your enemies.

*NOTE*

If I missed anything in the above section, please notify me. You will be given
credit for any and all corrections.

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During the game, pressing the A Button brings up the Command Window. In this
window, any possible commands that you can perform are listed. The possible
commands are:

0=========0
|-Talk To-|
0=========0

When you are next to a person in the world of Earthbound, selecting "Talk To"
enables you to interact with them. As in almost any other RPGs, it is a good
idea to talk to everybody. Talk to them again after major events as well.
Selecting the "Talk To" option when you are next to a phone makes you pick up
the receiver.

0=====0
|-PSI-|
0=====0

The "PSI" option allows you to use any PSI powers you have acquired so far.
This is the only option in the Command Window that will not always appear. It
won't appear if you haven't discovered any PSI powers or if nobody in your
current group uses PSI.

0=======0
|-Check-|
0=======0

Controlled by the L Button as well, the "Check" command allows you to check
your surroundings. Use it whenever you are next to trash cans, presents, and
coffins etc., to open them and take whatever is inside. The "Check" command
also allows you to use your ATM Card on an ATM Machine when you are next to one
and when you have the Card with you.

0=======0
|-Goods-|
0=======0

This option displays the items that you have collected so far, and is organized
by who is holding what. Starting with Ness, and going to the right with Paula,
Jeff, and Poo, pressing left and right cycles through the available characters
so you can see who is holding what. After selecting items, you can Use them,
Give them to somebody else in your party, Drop items you don't need, and you
can get more information about them by selecting Help!

0=======0
|-Equip-|
0=======0

Use this option to to change what your characters are using in battle. You can
change what weapon they are using, what they have on their body, what they are
using on their arms, and what accessory (other) they are currently using. When
you walk into a store and prepare to buy new equipment, notice the status boxes
at the bottom of the screen. When cycling through the lists of available
equipment for sale, if one of the status boxes starts to flash, it indicates
that the highlighted item increases a particular stat. If nothing happens, it
means the item isn't as powerful as the one you are currently using. If the
status box goes black, you know that whatever item is highlighted can't be used
by that particular character.

0========0
|-Status-|
0========0

This option allows you to view all of the statistics of your character(s).
Pressing the left and right buttons on the Control Pad cycles through the list
of characters. This option displays:

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Level
-----

Shows the particular level your character is at. Levels increase with more
experience points.

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Status Ailment (if any)
-----------------------

Shows what status ailment your character is suffering. If no ailment is
present, this stat does not appear.

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Other
-----

For more information on the other statistics presented here (Hit Points,
Psychic Points, Experience Points, Offense, Defense, Speed, Guts, Vitality, IQ,
and Luck) press the Ctrl key and the "F" key at the same time to activate the
search function. Type 4.0.2 into the box and hit enter until the appropriate
section appears.

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                          4.0.4 - Fighting Explained
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The fighting portion of Earthbound is pretty much like that of any other RPG of
it's kind. However, there are a few noticeable differences. This section is
dedicated to completely explaining how to fight. There are different actions
you can take during a fight, depending on who is in your party. Here is a list
of these actions, organized by who can use them.

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                                   Everybody
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BASH
----

Inflicts a physical blow upon an enemy. The higher your character's offense
stat is, the more damage you cause. Because of your Guts stat, you might
inflict SMAAASH!! attacks. Jeff is excluded from this option, because his
"BASH" is substituted by the "Shoot" command, because his weapon of choice is
the gun, and he can't perform SMAAASH!! attacks.

---
PSI
---

Allows you to use the PSI powers that you have realized. Once again, Jeff is
excluded from this option as well. His "PSI" command is substituted with the
"Spy" command.

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Goods
-----

Allows you to look through that particular character's inventory and select an
item for use in the battle. Some items can be used on allies to recover HP
and/or PP for them, and some items can be used on the enemies to inflict
damage, such as Bombs and Bottle Rockets.

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Defend
------

When used at the right time, the "Defend" option can be very helpful and can
get you out of sticky situations. This option puts your character in a
defensive position and reduces damage dealt from physical attacks.

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Auto Fight
----------

This option lets the computer fight the battle for you and heal whenever
necessary. Cancel "Auto Fight" by pressing the B Button. I highly recommend
that you never use this option, whatsoever.

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Run Away
--------

As in other RPGs, this should be self explanatory. This option gives your
characters the chance to run away from battle. This options sometimes fails
though, and you can never run from Boss Fights.

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Pray
----

This option, specific to Paula, lets her pray for the party in battle. This
option isn't always a good thing, however, and should not be used until the
Final Battle with Giygas.

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                                     Jeff
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Shoot
-----

Jeff's equivalent of the "BASH" command. With this, you can never perform
SMAAASH!! attacks though.

---
Spy
---

A handy ability that lets Jeff analyze the enemy, showing you their Offense,
Defense, and weakness. It also shows you if the particular enemy has a
droppable item with them.

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                                      Poo
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Mirror
------

Poo's special ability allows him to shape-shift into the form of a selected
enemy. Unfortunately, it wears off after a few turns, and sometimes it doesn't
work at all. Not recommended at all.

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You will be able to tell that an enemy is nearby if you see an animal acting
weird or if you see a person with blue skin, etc. You also know that in order
for you to engage in a battle, you have to touch an enemy. You might not have
known, however, that you can get an advantage or a disadvantage in battle.
Notice that when you touch an enemy, a black swirl fills the screen, and then
the battle starts. Sometimes this black swirl can be red or green, depending on
how you are standing when the enemy touches you.

0=============0
|-Black Swirl-|
0=============0

This swirl appears when you touch the front or side of an enemy with your
character's front or side. Most battles will happen this way, and no
advantage or disadvantage for either side occurs.

0=============0
|-Green Swirl-|
0=============0

If you are sneaky and have a little bit of luck, you can approach an enemy from
behind, touching their back with your front. In this case, before the actual
battle begins, your entire team gets a free shot at the enemy. This is
especially helpful in Dusty Dunes Desert and Scaraba with the Criminal
Caterpillar and the Master Criminal Worm. You will learn more about these two
later.

0===========0
|-Red Swirl-|
0===========0

Sometimes an enemy will touch your back with their front though. When this
happens, the enemy gets a free attack on your party. You really want to avoid
this kind of battle. Fortunately, it is fairly easy to avoid, so don't worry
about it.

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A great thing of the Earthbound fighting system is a feature known as the
"Rolling Hit Point Meter," or something like that. With this, sometimes the
enemy will deal a mortal blow upon a party member, and you will notice that
instead of your HP being immediately dropped, it will begin to roll down to 0.
If you can defeat the enemy before your HP drops all the way, you will avoid
losing consciousness.

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                         5.0.0 - Complete Walkthrough
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*NOTE*

When you first start a new game, you will be able to customize the appearance
of your displays and change your sound settings. Don't worry if you make a
mistake though, because you can change these settings again in the game.  These
settings obviously have no effect whatsoever on the gameplay. The selections
are:

     [1] "Please select text speed."
          FAST     MEDIUM     SLOW

     [2] "Please select sound setting."
          STEREO                 MONO

     [3] "Which style of windows do you prefer?"
          PLAIN  MINT  STRAWBERRY  BANANA  PEANUT

I personally use [1] FAST, [2] STEREO, and [3] PLAIN.

You then have to name a lot of things, including the four main characters, your
dog, favorite food, etc.  For the purposes of this guide, I will use the
default names for *everything*, in other words, the first one in the list. It
will be a lot easier to follow along with this guide if you name everything the
default name, however, it's fine if you name them whatever you want to if you
will be able to keep up with the differences. Here are lists of all the "Don't
Care" names:

NESS: Ness     PAULA: Paula     JEFF: Jeff     POO: Poo     KING(pet): King
      Alec            Nancy           Dan           Kato               Peach
      Roger           Skye            Henry         Kai                Sparky
      Will            Paige           Isaac         Omar               Rex
      Brian           Marie           Ralph         Ramin              Baby
      Tyler           Holly           Sean          Aziz               Rover
      Lane            Jane            Rob           Lado               Misty

FOOD: Steak    THING: Rockin
      Pie             Hammer
      Pasta           Love
      Cake            Gifts
      Eggs            Slime
      Bread           Gaming
      Salmon          Boxing

A box will pop up at the bottom asking you to confirm your choice.  Select
"Yep" to start the game.

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                           5.0.1 - Onett (Meteorite)
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ITEMS ACQUIRED:     NEW ENEMIES:      BOSS:

[1] Cracked Bat     Spiteful Crow     Starman Junior
[1] Bread Roll      Runaway Dog
[1] Cookie          Coil Snake
[1] ATM Card
[1] Sound Stone

When "Earthbound" starts out, the camera will pan across Ness's hometown,
Onett, a small town in Eagleland. The year is 199X (go figure). The camera
stops at a small white house. This is Ness's house. See the kid in bed with the
"Z's" above his head? That's Ness. His slumber his suddenly disrupted by a loud
crashing noise. At this point, you gain control of Ness. Walk out the door on
your left, and go into the door in the middle of the hall. This is Ness's
sister, Tracy's, room. Talk to her.  You find out that she heard the loud
crashing sound as well. Open the present box on the left side of the room to
get a Cracked Bat. Equip it, it increases your Offense by 4. Leave Tracy's room
and go down the stairs to the left. Go to the right and talk to your Mom. She
asks you about the crashing noise and knows that you'll sneak out of your room
anyways, so she asks you to at least change out of your jammies.

You reappear in your room. Return the living room and talk to your Mom again.
There's no point in picking up the phone at this point, because apparently, it
isn't working. Notice your dog, King, before you walk over to the door. Walk
outside and talk to some of the people walking around to learn that a meteorite
landed in Onett, and that the police have closed off the road. You'll also
learn that the "Sharks" are running wild in the town.  You'll learn more about
them later. Keep following that path that runs down below your house, you will
eventually come to a little hill. Before going up the hill, open the present to
the right to get a Bread Roll.

Turn around and go up the hill and talk to the man standing outside his home.
He tells you to read his billboard, he wrote the message himself. You learn
that his name is Lier X. Agerate (Liar Exaggerate), Treasure Hunter. Keep
following the path around the hill, where you can see a lot of people standing
around the meteorite. Keep going until you see a group of cops and a fat kid
with one eye running around: this is your neighbor, Pokey. Talk to him, and he
tells you that you're getting in the cops'...um, officers' way, and he'll tell
you about everything in the morning. Do as he says and make your way back home.

Talk to your mom, and agree to scoot off to bed. Later that night, you are once
again awakened by a terrible banging noise. My first time through the game, I
thought this was the Background Music ^_^. Talk to Tracy in the hall to learn
that someone is knocking at the door. Continue on into the living room, and
talk to your mom again. She asks you to open the door. Go over and try to open
it, but before you can, Pokey busts through. He tells you that he took Pickey
(his younger brother) to go see the meteorite, and the police officers left to
go deal with the "Sharks". He looked over and noticed that Pickey was gone, but
of COURSE it wasn't his fault, it was all because of the cops. Agree to help
him find his brother so he can avoid getting it from his dad. Tell your mom
good-bye, and she advises you to take King along and to get the Cracked bat.
She also makes you change out of your jammies again.

Leave your room and return to the living room. Talk to Tracy to get a Cookie.
She also tells you that you can leave any unwanted items with her. You don't
need to do that at this point, so go "talk" to King. Agree to let him join you
and talk to Pokey. Make sure you have the Cracked bat equipped, and leave. Just
as you get to the door the phone rings. Go pick it up and talk to your Dad to
learn that you save your game by calling him. As a bonus, he deposits $30 into
your bank account. After he hangs up press Select and you'll notice that you
already have $20. Call your Dad again, and save your game. Be sure you select
"Continue" at the end of the conversation so you can keep playing. Walk
outside, but before you go barging out of your yard, keep in mind that now
there are enemies everywhere. This would be an opportune time to level up a
bit, so do so now. Keep in mind that occasionally, the Spiteful Crow will leave
a cookie behind after the battle. Try to fill up your entire inventory with
cookies. This may not seem like a good idea now, but you will see why this is a
good idea in just a minute. Only throw out cookies so you can take what is
inside a present. During an encounter with an enemy, read the box at the top at
some of the things Pokey does. If you haven't noticed, he is a terrible ally.
King however, is a great ally. At this point, he can deal more damage than you
can. At least gain one level though, so you will learn Lifeup Alpha (Lifeup A).
If you ever get low on HP, go back inside your house and talk to your mom. She
will give you some Steak, which will completely restore your HP.

Follow the path around the hill and make your way back to the place that Pokey
dismissed you earlier that night. It is possible to avoid some encounters here,
but some of them are unavoidable, so don't spend too much time hiding. A sure
fire way to reset the locations of the enemies is to walk inside your house and
walk back out. Anyway, on your way back to that spot, talk to Lier X. Agerate
and we will tell you that he heard a child's voice on the hilltop. On your way,
you would have to be blind not to see Pickey beside the meteorite. Make your
way to the top of the hill. When you get up there, King freaks out and runs
away. Go to the left side of the hill and talk to the little boy. You learn
that Pokey actually ran away and left Pickey behind (big surprise), and Pickey
joins you.

On your way back down the hill, Pokey stops you beside the meteorite and
asks you if your hear a buzzing noise. Answer what you want, because it doesn't
matter. A light surrounds the meteorite and what appears to be a bee flies out
of it. In actuality, he is from 10 years in the future. A future full of
devastation because of the universal cosmic destroyer, Giygas, sent all to the
horror of eternal darkness. Fortunately, a legend from his time states that
"When the chosen boy reaches the point, he will find the light. The passing of
time shall shatter the nightmare rock and will reveal the path of light." He
thinks that Ness is the chosen boy, and if you act now, you can counter
Giygas's evil intentions. He says that three things are of utmost importance:
wisdom, courage, and friendship. The legend from the ancient times tells
of three boys and a girl who defeat Giygas. When he is finished, be sure to
tell him that you listened to what he said, because if you don't he repeats the
ENTIRE story. Afterwards, the bee, Buzz Buzz, joins you. Now you are
invincible. Listen to what Pokey says, he is such a wuss.

Make your way back home. Just before you get there, you are stopped and yet
another light appears, but this time, what appears to be a gray doll blocks
your path. Apparently, he knows Buzz Buzz, and after a little conversation, a
battle ensues.

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                              |---BOSS FIGHT---|
                              |----------------|
                              |-Starman Junior-|
                              0================0

Recommended Level: 2

Fortunately for you, this Boss Fight is the first of in the game, and is
disturbingly easy, since there is no strategy to it. Just have Ness BASH the
Starman, and Buzz Buzz will cast PSI Shield E. This protective aura dissipates
any PSI attack, and since the only attack Starman Junior uses is PSI Fire Beta
(PSI Fire B), you have nothing to worry about, but don't get too comfortable.
Under the right circumstances, the next Boss Fight can be a pain. This is one
of the only Boss Battles in the game in which you are "Invincible". Just keep
BASHing Starman Junior until he is destroyed.
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Before you continue on, go home and save your game. Back outside, walk over to
the house left of yours. BEFORE YOU GO IN, fill your entire inventory with
cookies. Now, this is Pokey's house. Go inside and to the left, talk to the man
sitting on the couch. He apologizes for the boys and threatens them, so he
chases them off upstairs. When he comes back he expresses his dislike for your
family. Then the woman talks to you, and proceeds to smash the guts out of the
"dung beetle." Oops.

Go over and talk to Buzz Buzz. *STORY* This is where your adventure begins.
Buzz Buzz has some final words before he passes on. "To defeat Giygas, your own
powers must unite with the Earth's. The Earth will then channel your power and
multiply it. There are eight points that you must visit. Make these places your
own. Each of these places is 'Your Sanctuary.' One of them is near Onett. It is
called 'Giant Step.' Go there first." Tell Buzz Buzz you understand, or suffer
having to listen to all of that again. Before he croaks, he gives you the Sound
Stone. If you filled your inventory with cookies, he will give the Sound Stone
to your sister. This is a good thing for newer players, but as for myself and a
lot of Earthbound players, this is obsolete. I personally never do it, but
that's just me. Anyway, the purpose of the Sound Stone is to record the
melodies at each of the "Your Sanctuary" locations. Definitely tell him you
don't want to hear his story again. Leave their house and go home. Just as you
walk out, the sun rises.

Just as you get to your house, you suddenly stop and weird music starts
playing. The camera man that constantly stalks you for the rest of your
adventure makes his first appearance. You'll learn his purpose later on, for
now just smile, and let it be.

Walk inside and talk to your mom to be fully refreshed. In the living room,
save your game, and go outside. Now, this is where the *real* adventure begins.

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                            5.0.2 - Downtown Onett
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ITEMS ACQUIRED:          NEW ENEMIES:       BOSS:

[1] Town Map             Skate Punk         Frank
[1] Hamburger            Pogo Punk          Frankystein Mark II
[1] Mr. Baseball Cap     Yes Man Junior
[1] Can of Fruit Juice
[1] Key to the Shack

Leave Ness's house, and this time, instead of following the curving path to the
left, follow the path to the right and down into Downtown Onett. In just a
second it will be time to level up a bit, but not just yet. Continue down the
path, fighting any monsters you come across, and read the first sign you pass.
Above it is the Onett Public Library. Go inside and talk to the blond haired
woman behind the desk to receive the Town Map. From now on, press the X button
to see a map of whatever town you're in. Continue the path, going south-west,
and if you're lucky, you might see a butterfly flying around. Remember what it
looks like. You should see a trash can beside the hamburger joint. Open it to
get a Hamburger. Go to the right a little ways and follow the road down to get
to the Hotel. Rest here to regain your HP and PP. There's no point in opening
the trash can to the right, because it's empty.

Now, before we do the next part, it's time to beef up Ness a little. Return to
the library, and go a little up and left from it, and talk to the kid with the
frizzy hair. He tells you that he is doing watch-out duty for the hideout.
Search the trees to the right a little to find a secret path. Follow it up and
you will arrive in a tree house. Talk to the boy on the bottom, and he gives
you the Mr. Baseball Cap. Equip it, as it raises your defense by 6.

Return to the area near the Hotel, and go down and left a little bit, and you
should come to a fence. Near the fence is an arcade, and around this place
there are weird looking guys in black walking around. These guys are members of
the local gang, the "Sharks." Fight them for a while to gain a massive amount
of experience points. Run home and heal when you are low on Health. Be sure to
search through the trash can behind the Shark to the left of the Arcade to get
a Can of Fruit Juice. By fighting these Sharks, you will load up on Hamburgers.
When the time comes, make room for the hamburgers by throwing away your
cookies. At this point, try to avoid fighting two sharks or more at a time, but
don't worry about dying. If you happen to die, you will return home, but half
of the money you *have with you* is taken. If you die and return home, be sure
to talk to your mother to regain all your PP. Before going to the next section,
try to level up to at least level 8, because if you don't, surprisingly, the
next section is pretty hard.

After you have reached level 8 and learned PSI Rockin Alpha (PSI Rockin A),
save your game, and go back to the arcade. Go inside and defeat *all* of the
Sharks that will actually fight you *except for the one blocking the door in
the first room. Heal when you have to. When that's done, initiate a fight with
the Shark blocking the door by telling him you don't want to become a member.
Once you've beaten him, it might be best to go save your game, but none the
less, go through the door.

Talk to the man with the cool hair-do. This is Frank. When you don't tell him
your name, a boss fight ensues.

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                              |---BOSS FIGHT---|
                              |----------------|
                              |-    Frank     -|
                              0================0

Recommended Level: 8

If you did the right thing, and leveled up to level 8, this fight shouldn't be
nearly as hard. However, if you have not leveled up like I recommended you do,
this can possibly be one of the most challenging boss fights you will encounter
in the entire game (seriously). I'll just assume that you leveled all the way
up to level 8. In fact, if you are at level 8 and you die in this fight, you
don't deserve to play Earthbound, unless you have a justifiable reason...
Simply use PSI Rockin A on Frank to immediately kill him. If you didn't level
up that far or you don't have enough PP, just BASH him until he's gone, and
heal whenever necessary.
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After you've whooped Frank, he whines and immediately throws his machine,
Frankystein Mark II, at you, and another boss fight ensues.

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                            |------BOSS FIGHT-----|
                            |---------------------|
                            |-Frankystein Mark II-|
                            0=====================0

Recommended Level: 8 (or 9 if you just leveled up)

The same strategy applies here. If you don't have enough PP or didn't get to
level 8, just BASH Frankystein Mark II until he's gone, and be sure to heal
when your HP drops below 40, because this machine has a nasty attack where he
"tears inside of you" and it takes a good bit of HP off. If you do have PSI
Rockin A and have enough PP though, just use it once to destroy this machine
instantly.
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After defeating Frankystein Mark II, Frank gives in and tells you about Giant
Step, (which happens to be the first 'Your Sanctuary' location). Unfortunately,
to get to Giant Step, you have to go through a cabin, which is locked. The
mayor of Onett holds the key.

Leave the arcade, and don't worry about the Sharks anymore. You probably want
to go rest up and save your game. When that's done, head up to Town Hall, which
is just above the Arcade. Go inside.

Inside Town Hall, go through the double doors to the far left. Talk to the
woman behind the desk to learn that Mayor Pirkle is waiting for you. Go through
the next set of doors as well. Behind this desk is Mayor Pirkle. Talk to him,
and he asks you if you would like to have the key to the shack. Be sure to tell
him that if anything goes wrong, he won't be liable for responsibility. You
then receive the Key to the Shack. Technically, the next section should start
right here, as your next goal is to tackle the first 'Your Sanctuary' location.

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                              5.0.3 - Giant Step
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ITEMS ACQUIRED        NEW ENEMIES:     BOSS:

[1] Travel Charm      Attack Slug      Titanic Ant
[1] Skip Sandwich     Black Antoid
[1] Hamburger         Rowdy Mouse

Before you do anything, head to the drugstore near the top of Downtown Onett.
Once inside, go to the ATM Machine beside the white dog. Use the ATM Machine,
and withdraw $150 dollars from it. If you talk to the two men behind the
counter, you can buy items. Altogether, you can buy:

   Cold Remedy - $22
   Cracked Bat - $18
  Tee Ball Bat - $48
         Yo-Yo - $29
  Baseball Cap - $19
Cheap Bracelet - $98

For now, buy the Tee Ball Bat and the Cheap Bracelet and equip them both. Be
sure to sell your Cracked Bat for $9. Never ever buy a Yo-Yo of any kind until
much later in the game, because at this point, they're terrible weapons.

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|-Note: Possible Glitch-|
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If you don't care to read about a possible glitch at this point, just scroll
down to where the Walkthrough continues. This was contributed by MasterLink7,
and is taken straight from the boards (edited a little bit for spelling ^_^):

"Hmm... well, it might just be my game but I'll do a recreation thingy..

I started my game, went through the usual meteor thingy, I got the Cracked Bat
and equipped it right away, on my way to the meteor I got the Bread Roll. Went
back home and back to bed. Woke up answered to the door, Pokey comes in goes
through the dialogue talked to my mom and got changed, went downstairs and got
Pokey, went outside, remember that a long time ago I had the dog, so I went
back inside talked to the mom thinking she told you to take the dog (I thought
she did...) got the food, so I talked to the dog, took him with me. Went to the
meteor and the dog ran away, got Pickey or whoever said that I could hear a
bee... fought Starman Jr. got the kids back home Buzz Buzz died. Got the Sound
Stone. Went to town and got the map, got the Mr. Baseball Cap and fought a
Yes-Man Jr. and died, continued, started back at the house, saved because I had
to go do something, came back and went to town (the drugstore) and talked to
the dog... now I'm stuck on a bed... it might just be my game though, because
I swear I remember the mom telling me to take the dog with me...
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I don't know how this happened, and I think it's only my game but when I talk
to the white dog in Onett's drugstore it warps me onto Ness's bed, I just put
up the pictures and you can view them with the following links:

www.geocities.com/mcg217/earthbound_glitch1.jpeg

www.geocities.com/mcg217/earthbound_glitch2.jpeg


The first one is a full sized pic with the black borders to show that Ness was
center-screened.

The second is just a smaller one for people with slower connections, but it
shouldn't take very long to load either of them.
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It's a ROM yes but it hasn't been hacked and I highly doubt that it is a bad
dump because everything else runs perfectly fine, in fact, when I talk to the
dog, it warps to the bed in a smooth motion, almost like it was intended, but I
don't think it was.
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|-Continuing the Walkthrough-|
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Once you have equipped these items, we're on our way. Return to the area
around the secret hideout where you we're given the Mr. Baseball Cap by the
little boy, but keep following the path northwest and you will walk by what
appears to be a mole holding a shovel sticking its head up and down out of the
ground. Keep going on past it until you come to a shack connected to a fence
near a sign saying "NO NOT ENTER." This is the Traveling Entertainer's Shack.
Use the Key to the Shack on the door, and then talk to the two men in red
walking around outside it to receive the Travel Charm. Don't equip it, because
it doesn't do anything. You can sell it later or just dump it, it doesn't
matter. Head inside the shack.

Inside, walk through the shack and exit through the huge hole in the wall on
the left, and enter the cave. This is the cave leading to Giant Step. You will
really want to level up here too, because the monsters here are a good bit
tougher than the ones you've been facing. Look out for the Rowdy Mouse, as it
constantly connects with SMAAASH!!!! attacks. The Antoids constantly call for
help, and the Attack Slugs always come in groups. Just use PSI Rockin A on them
to destroy them all. Get to about level 11 or 12 before you continue on. If
there is an emergency and you have to heal yourself, leave the cave and go talk
to your mom at home. Once you've reached level 11 or 12, heal up, save your
game, and return to the cave.

In the cave, if you come across a Magic Butterfly, cast Lifeup A on yourself
and then capture the Butterfly to regain all your PP. From the entrance of the
cave, go to the left just a little and into the first hole in the wall you see
at the top. Open the present to get a Skip Sandwich. Return to the main part of
the cave and go up the rope on the wall. Go all the way to the right and enter
another hole in the cave. Defeat whatever enemies might be inside and open the
present to get a Cold Remedy. Go back outside and climb up the second rope to
get to the third level of the cave. Go all the way to the left and enter the
third hole.

You end up outside. Look around for Magic Butterflies, and when you find one,
cast PSI Lifeup A on yourself, then capture the butterfly. When that's done,
head to the left. On the way, notice the gigantic foot print above you. That is
Giant Step. Enter the other cave to the left.

Once inside, open the present to the far right to get a Hamburger. Walk up and
enter the big hole at the top. Defeat any enemies in here and continue on,
going through the other hole. In the next room, go up the two rope ladders and
you will get to the top. See that shining spot? That's what a "Your Sanctuary"
location looks like. Before you talk to it, eat the Hamburger you should have
just picked up and regain all of your HP. Don't worry if you left the Hamburger
there, I'm sure you have Hamburgers in your inventory. Talk to the shining spot
to initiate a Boss Fight.

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                                |- BOSS FIGHT-|
                                |-------------|
                                |-Titanic Ant-|
                                0=============0

Recommended Level: At least 11

Note that the Titanic Ant is accompanied by two Black Antoids. These are very
easy to wipe out, and that is the first thing you should do. The Black Antoids
can heal each other and the Titanic Ant. Compared to all the previous bosses,
the Titanic Ant is a reality check. Begin the battle by casting PSI Rockin A to
eliminate the Antoids and to do a bit of damage on the Titanic Ant. After that,
you have a few options: Keep casting PSI Rockin A, BASH away, or cast PSI
Hypnosis A, which works on the Ant, but isn't reliable at all. I suggest
continually casting PSI Rockin A until you run out of PP, and then BASHing
away. Beware of PSI Magnet, because if he uses it on you, you will be forced to
BASH away at him for the rest of the battle. If you need to heal yourself, use
Hamburgers. The Titanic Ant won't stand it's ground very long, and the battle
will be over, and you will gain a ton of Experience Points. On a personal side
note: Don't you just love that Boss Music?
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When that's over with, walk through the hole that the Titanic Ant was
previously blocking to arrive at Giant Step. Approach it and let the Sound
Stone record it's beautiful melody. While listening to it, Ness will catch a
glimpse of a small, cute puppy. Could this be Ness looking at his dog King in
he past? The Sound Stone records the melody of the Giant Step.

Walk back inside the cave and back track all the way back to the Traveling
Entertainer's Shack. On your way, you can laugh how all of the monsters inside
the cave now run away from you. When you get to the place where you walk
outside for a second, you will see a Police Officer at the entrance to the
cave. Uh-oh. Back at the shack, the officer approaches you and asks you if you
could read the "DO NOT ENTER" sign. It doesn't matter what you say, because he
tells you to come by the Onett Police Station later.

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                             Onett Police Station
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BOSS

Cop [5]
Captain Strong

Before you actually go to the Onett Police Station, run home and talk to your
Mom, and she will tell you to go to bed and rest. During your nap, a friend you
have never met before named Paula telepathically contacts you in your sleep.
Not much else is said here, so when you wake up, call your Dad and save your
game. Outside, go to the Arcade in Downtown Onett. Across the street to the
right is the Bakery, and to the right of that is the Onett Police Station.
Before you go in, make sure you have a few Hamburgers in your inventory. At the
time of this writing, I have 5 in mine. It is also a good idea to be at level
12 before you go in. Meeting these requirements, go into the Station, but if
not, go to the Burger Shop beside the Drug Store and buy some. If you aren't at
level 12 yet, don't trip out, you'll just have a slightly harder time ahead.
With that said, enter the Onett Police Station.

Inside, you will see two different looking cops standing in the middle of the
hall staring at each other. Talk to the one on the left. He asks you if you are
sure you want to go to Twoson. Say yes, and he'll stifle a laugh and tell you
to follow him.

In order to have permission to go to Twoson, you have to get by 5 of his best
men. Shortly afterwards, the five cops spread out and the first one comes to
you.

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                                |- BOSS FIGHT-|
                                |-------------|
                                |-    Cop    -|
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Recommended Level: 12

There isn't much to be said about these fights. Constantly BASH these Cops
until they're gone, and be sure to heal yourself with a Hamburger. Their
regular attack isn't that bad, but watch out for the Crushing Chop, which still
isn't that bad, but eh. Do keep in mind, however, that you can't heal in
between battles.
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Luckily for you, the last Cop chickens out and runs away. Unfortunately,
Captain Strong approaches and wants to fight.

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                              |-  BOSS FIGHT  -|
                              |----------------|
                              |-Captain Strong-|
                              0================0

Recommended Level: 12

This fight isn't really any harder than the previous four. Just use PSI Rockin
three times until he's dead. If you're low on PP, just BASH him away. Be sure
to heal if you have to. This fight won't last but a few seconds, don't worry.
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After that's over with, find somewhere to rest up, and save your game, then
return to the Onett Police Station. A little down and to the left is a sign
reading: "ONETT TOWN". Follow the path beside the sign and talk to the two
officers. They tell you that they got the okay from Captain Strong to let you
through, so be on your way.

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                                5.0.4 - Twoson
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ITEMS ACQUIRED         NEW ENEMIES:               BOSS:

[1] Hamburger          Annoying Old Party Man     Everdred
[1] Broken Machine     Cranky Lady
[1] Receiver Phone     New Age Retro Hippie
                       Ramblin' Evil Mushroom
                       Unassuming Local Guy

Follow the path down and enter the little house on the left. Inside, talk to
the boy with the shaggy looking hair and the mother mouse in the middle to
learn about "Exit Mice." If you are ever lost in any kind of maze, you can use
these exit mice to help you find the exit. Agree to take one along with you,
and exit the house. Continue following the path, fighting any enemies on the
way, and opening the present on the right side of the path to get a Hamburger.
In a battle with a Ramblin' Evil Mushroom, your enemy might spread spores
around and Ness will begin to "feel strange." Just keep walking, following the
path's curve to the left and back down. You'll probably notice that Ness will
suddenly start to walk in a different direction. Because he "feels strange"
with the spore on his head, he gets disoriented until you get the mushroom
taken off, which should be our first priority after coming into Twoson.

Ever so tediously follow the dirt path until you get to the road. Follow this
road until you get to an intersection that goes up, right beside the Chaos
Theater. At the fork at the top of this section, go to the right and into the
hospital. Inside, make your way to the left and find a little man with blue
hair. Talk to him to find out that he is a healer. After initiating a little
conversation, he notices the mushroom on top of your head and offers to buy it.
Of course you want to sell it to him. You get $50 in cash and now you can walk
straight again!

Exit the hospital, and go to the left a little and down the side road back to
the main road. Now, I highly recommend that you follow the main road back to
the left and go into the hotel if you need to. Save your game, visit the ATM
Machine, whatever you need to. Now for a little surprise. Go up to the main
behind the counter and pay him $50 dollars to spend the night at the hotel.
After ness wakes up, exit the room and notice the little man in black at the
table. Go down to him and repeatedly talk to him until you aggravate him so
much that he gives you $50 to leave him alone! You just got your Hotel bill
refunded. Don't get too happy, it only works one time.

Leave to the right and exit the Hotel altogether. Next door to the Hotel, you
will see the Cycle Shop. Go inside and talk to the punk behind the counter to
learn that the name of the shop is "Punk-Sure." Keep talking to him and he will
tell you how much easier it is to ride a bike than to walk and how popular you
will be with the biking crowd. Surprisingly, he offers you a bike. Say yes.
Unfortunately, they don't have any bikes for sale, but he offers to rent you
one. Little does he know that he'll never see the bike again. He even tells you
the three disadvantages of using the bike:

-You can't ride it with more than one peerson.
-You can't ride it with anything followiing you (A teddy bear, for example...)
-You can't ride it into caves (or buildiings, for that matter)

Exit the Cycle Shop. You can make a trip to the Department Store to the right,
but it really isn't necessary for now. Although make sure you have a few
healing items in your inventory, such as Hamburgers. Follow the main road all
the way to the right and follow the curve down until you pass a blue man
standing in front of a tree near a sign that says "Burglin Park." Enter here.
Follow the little path all the way to the left until you get to a little house
with a man with a wild looking beard and a crazy orange shirt to match it
standing on top of a house. Approach him, and he leaps off the house. He
rambles for a second and a boss battle ensues.

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                              |-   Everdred   -|
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Recommended Level: Around 12 or 13

This battle can sometimes be a pain if you aren't leveled up very well.
Everdred can attack for close to 40 damage! He might also occasionally try to
steal something from you. Constantly use PSI Rockin A on him, and be sure to
have Ness eat a Hamburger when his health falls below 70. Now, if for some
stupid reason you don't have PSI Rockin A yet, I don't even know why you're
here. After a little fighting, the battle should end. You get close to 1000
experience points, and you'll probably level up.
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After the battle is over, he tells you his title is Everdred, boss of Burglin
Park. He blames his loss on twisting his ankle from leaping off the house. He
tells you that a chubby boy and a weird guy in a blue outfit kidnapped Paula
through Peaceful Rest Valley, and plan using her as some sort of human
sacrifice. After he leaves and goes inside his house, make your way out of
Burglin Park. On the way though, talk to the kid with shaggy hair who has a
"For Sale" sign. You can talk to him and he'll offer to sell you the sign for
$98 dollars. You can buy the sign if you want to, but it's a complete waste of
money. In using the sign and waiting a few moments, someone will come running
to you and offer to buy your stuff. Useless.

Make your way out of Burglin Park, and continue following the path down, and
the curve to the right. Go past the little intersection to the building that
says "Pizza" on the front of it. This is Mach Pizza: they don't serve, only
deliver. Get the number, and exit the place.

Follow the intersection down just a little bit until you see two houses with
signs in front of them that say "Apple Kid" and "Orange Kid". Don't go into the
Orange Kid's place, but rather the Apple Kid's. Dig through the trash can to
the left to get the Broken Machine. Talk to Apple Kid (the kid with red hair
walking around with the mouse.) He tells you he hasn't had a bath in a while
and asks for some food. Give him some kind of food item, such as a Hamburger.
He also asks if you would like to invest $200 in some of his inventions. Say
yes again, and give him the money. As you try to leave the building, the little
mouse blocks your path. Since you "aided his master", he gives you the Receiver
Phone. Leave the Apple Kid's home.

Follow the little road back up and at the intersection, go to the right, past
Mach Pizza until you get to the end of the road and a little dirt path takes
over. Follow the path until you get to a cave. Enter the cave, which leads to
Peaceful Rest Valley.

When you come out of the cave, see the little girl walking around the field of
mushrooms? She can really help you out when you need it. If you are ever
fighting an Evil Ramblin' Mushroom and Ness begins to "feel strange," come to
this girl, and she will take the mushroom from you.

Follow the open path to the right and follow the curve upward, past the little
mole holding a spear. On the way up, notice the little broken bridge with a man
in blue on the other side. Make your way up until you see what appears to be a
gigantic pencil-shaped iron statue stuck in the ground. Oh no, whatever shall
we do? Go up to the statue, and be sure to examine it. Just as you try to leave
the area, walking past the broken bridge and the little girl in the field of
mushrooms. Go through the cave, and just as you are about to exit, you'll
notice Ness stops moving and an annoying ringing sound comes from now where.
Press the A button to automatically pick up the Receiver Phone. It's the Apple
Kid, and he's just finished a great new invention! Make your way back to Apple
Kid's house.

As you get there, you'll notice that Orange Kid is standing outside his door.
One of the reasons I told you to avoid this guy earlier is that he can be a
real snob when he wants to be. Fortunately, he helps you out this time. He
informs you that Apple Kid is in Burglin Park looking for you. Make your way
back to Burglin Park.

Just a little below Everdred's house and a weird looking kid in what appears to
be a Jason mask will be Apple Kid and his faithful mouse resting under a tree.
Talk to Apple Kid to find out what his new invention was. Ironically, he was up
all night working on the Pencil Eraser, a machine that will eradicate all
pencil-shaped figures in just one second. He gives it to you (What luck!) This
is probably a good time to save your game.

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                         5.0.5 - PEACEFUL REST VALLEY
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ITEMS ACQUIRED      NEW ENEMIES:

[1]Travel Charm     Lil' UFO
[1]Luck Capsule     Mobile Sprout
[1]Croissant        Spinning Robo
[1]Bomb             Territorial Oak


Make your way back through the cave, past the little girl in the mushroom
field, and past the broken bridge back to the gigantic pencil-shaped iron
statue stuck in the ground. Get really close to is and use the Pencil Eraser.
Voila, the statue is gone! From here on out, you'll notice enemies all
throughout Peaceful Rest Valley.

Now, many people would say that getting through Peaceful Rest Valley is a
challenge at this point in the game, and they recommend your level be in the
20+ area, but I would have to disagree. There are certain spots throughout the
Valley where Magic Butterflies like to constantly respawn. Keep in mind though,
these Butterflies only restore PP, so it is a good idea to completely heal
yourself with Lifeup A before you get them. Throughout this part of the
walkthrough, I'll keep track of where you see these Magic Butterflies.

After you erase the eraser statue, continue up. Cross the bridge you come to on
the right. See this little tree sitting there by itself? There is probably a
Magic Butterfly floating around it. This is one of the spots where Magic
Butterflies like to respawn. Continue past the tree and the present on the hill
and walk down until you see a little slope. Go up the slope and take the top
path to get to the present. Open it to get a Travel Charm. Equip the charm now,
because it protects you from paralysis attacks.

Continue down the path after the present and hang to the right a little bit
past a very large tree. You'll see a present box down to the left. Open it for
a Luck Capsule. Use it, as it permanently increases your luck by 1. Go back up,
past the large tree and hang to the left this time, back the way you came. On
the way there you'll see a slope going down to the left. Go down the slope and
take the curve down. Talk to the man in blue standing by the broken bridge.
Around him is another area where Magic Butterflies like to respawn.

Go down after you talk to the man and go to the left a little. Open the present
to get a Croissant. Go to the right, behind the huge slope to get to another
present box. Open it to get a Bomb. Keep this bomb, you'll need it (but not for
a long while). Turn and go around the slope, and follow the little path that
leads between it and the cliff.

Cross the little bridge and go up until you get to the slope of the hill to
your right. See this little weird shaped rock? Magic Butterflies respawn here.
Don't forget to use PSI Lifeup A before you grab it though. Follow the only
path up and all the way to the left to get to another present box. Unless you
plan on keeping everything you get in the entire game, go into your inventory,
select the "Mr. Baseball Cap" and "Drop" it. Open the present box to get the
Hard Hat. Equip it now.

Go back to the weird shaped rock where Magic Butterflies respawn, and follow
the large slope down. Take the path down and to the left all the way and open
the present to get a Cup of Lifenoodles. Sometimes a lot of enemies spawn in
this little area, so watch out. Get out of this place, and follow the path down
and to the right. Go into the cave. Follow through these two paths, and attempt
to avoid the weak enemies throughout it. On the other side is Happy Happy
Village!

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                          5.0.6 - HAPPY HAPPY VILLAGE
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ITEMS ACQUIRED          NEW ENEMIES:       BOSS:

[1]Franklin Badge       Insane Cultist     Mr. Carpenter
[1]Croissant
[1]Skip Sandwich
[1]Key to the Cabin

First order of business is to save your game. It can sometimes be hard to find
the place to save it, but it's all right since I'm here. Go to the upper right
corner of the town, right beside a cave entrance to the building in the far
corner. Use the pay phone in here and save your game.

Go to the ATM Machine and get $500. Go to the two guys behind the counter and
talk to the one on the right. Sell your Tee Ball Bat and your Cheap Bracelet.
Buy and equip the Sandlot Bat and the Copper Bracelet to see a dramatic
increase in Ness's stats.

Exit the drug store and enter the cave up and to the left. Follow through the
cave all the way to the left and exit it on the other side. Outside, go down
and enter the little house. Be sure you have one empty slot in your inventory.
Once inside, see the girl in the pink dress running around frantically? That's
Paula! Talk to her, and she will tell you something or another about Ness. She
tells you that "Mr. Franklin" has the key to her cell, and that he can control
lightning. She gives you the Franklin Badge for protection. You'll learn more
about this later.

On your way out of the area, Pokey - er... "Master Pokey" approaches you.
Apparently he's a bad guy now. He insults you a little bet, and soon sends two
Insane Cultists and a Spiteful Crow at you. Just use PSI Rockin A to get rid of
these guys. Afterwards, head back into the cave and back into Happy Happy
Village.

Go a little down and far to the left of the Drug Store. Look for a large blue
building with a high-class looking women just outside. You'll know this is the
building I'm talking about because when you walk into it, you'll see tons of
Insane Cultists blocking your path, but it's all right. The key here is to talk
to the Cultists that are moving the fastest. But, if you talk to the wrong one,
a battle ensues. First of all, talk to the one just below you, on your way to
the present box. Open it to get a Croissant.

Look closely at the Insane Cultist you just talked to. See where he walked to?
Just to the left of him should be three more Insane Cultists to form a little
line. Talk to the one and the left, and he moves. Go down into this little area
and move "4 Cultists to the left". There should be a Cultist moving very fast
right in front of you. Talk to him to get him to move. Also, talk to the one
right behind him to get him to move as well. Open the present box to get a Skip
Sandwich.

Go as far down and to the left as you can from the present box. Talk to the guy
to get him to move out of the way. Unfortunately, you won't get out of this as
easy as you may have thought you would. Talk to the Cultist right below him and
fight the unavoidable battle. After that's over with, make your way to the left
side of the room, and continue on through the door.

Go up the set of stairs to the left. In the next room, you'll see Mr. Franklins
standing in front of something called the "Mani-Mani Statue," but I won't get
into that yet. Mr. Franklin asks if you would like to help him paint the world
blue. Tell him "No," and another boss battle ensues.

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                              |- Mr. Franklin -|
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If you don't have the Franklin Badge in your inventory, you're pretty much
screwed, because Mr. Franklin has a very powerful lighting attack. If you do
have the Badge in your inventory, however, then this battle is a breeze,
because you'll notice that before the battle even starts, Mr. Franklin will
attempt to hit you with a lightning attack and the game tells you that the
Franklin Badge deflected it. You still need to watch out for his physical
attack as well though, but it doesn't pose as much of a threat. Just BASH away,
as the Franklin Badge will turn your opponents lightning attacks onto himself,
and the battle should be over that quick.
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After the battle, Mr. Franklin apologizes and gives you the key to open the
jail in the mountain cabin where Paula is being held. Exit all the way through
the large blue building, through Happy Happy Village, and back to Paula's jail
cell. Notice that on the way through the building that most of the Insane
Cultists are gone, and any present boxes you didn't open earlier are very
accessible now. Just as you exit the house, Pickey once again proves how much
he sucks.

In the mountain cabin, get close to the jail cell, go into your inventory, and
"Use" the Key to the Cabin to unlock Paula from her cell! Paula tells you that
it's time to head back to Twoson, but, we have a little business to finish in
Happy Happy Village first. One of the best things about adding Paula to your
party is that now you have another whole inventory to put items in. Head out of
the cabin, through the cave, and into the drug store. Take about $700 out of
the ATM Machine and buy Paula a Fry Pan, a Copper Bracelet, a Holmes Hat, and a
Ribbon. Now is a good time to save your game. After that's done, leave the drug
store.

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                            5.0.7 - LILLIPUT STEPS
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ITEMS ACQUIRED     NEW ENEMIES:           BOSS:

[1]Great Charm     Mighty Bear            Mondo Mole
[1]Croissant       Mole Playing Rough
                   Mr. Batty

You'll need to level Paula up a good bit before the next part. Outside of the
drug store, go down just a little bit and into the cave to the right. The
entrance to the cave is right beside a shaggy haired boy. Go inside and
constantly fight monsters until Paula is at about level 12, at which point she
gets an HP boost of 21! This shouldn't take long, because if you fight one of
the moles you see when you first enter the cave, Paula should instantly gain 5
levels. If you ever get in trouble and need to heal yourself, leave the cave
and go to the bottom-left corner of the village. Go into the farm house right
beside the cow and talk to the man. Because you got rid of Mr. Franklin, he now
let's you rest up at his house for free!

Once you've leveled Paula up to about level 12, enter the cave after healing up
and saving your game. Follow the little curve up and to the right. Take the
slope down and follow the path around the skeletons and water area. Open the
present to get a Great Charm. Equip Paula with it.

Go back around the water and skeletons and back up the slope. Go to the right
this time, and go as far right as you can without going down another slope.
Open the present to get a Croissant. Go back a little, and continue down the
slope. Go all the way to the right and past the watery area. Go straight up and
follow the curves to the left, down, and to the left again. You can generally
only go in one direction, so getting around shouldn't be too tough.

There is a little cove in this section where Magic Butterflies like to appear.
Don't forget to completely heal Ness and Paula using PSI Lifeup A before you
grab it. Continue down and to the left and follow the curve up and around back
to the right. Follow the little inside path and you'll come up on a present
box. Open it to get a PSI Caramel. Be sure everyone is healed up. When that's
down, head on over to the right and talk to the shining spot to initiate
another Boss Fight.

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                                |- Mondo Mole -|
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Recommended level: Ness - At least 21 / Paula - At least 14

It seems that Mondo Mole is quite vunerable to paralysis. For a much easier
fight, use Ness's PSI Paralysis and then just bash away at him. This is
especially helpful if you have not yet rescued Paula. For a more traditional
fight, use your strongest PSI abilities to wear the boss down. Once he runs out
of PP, continue to bash him and of course be sure to keep an eye on your HP. If
you are still having trouble against Mondo Mole, go level up a little bit and
then try again.
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When that's over with, walk through the hole in the cave that Mondo Mole was
previously blocking to arrive at Lilliput Steps. Approach it and let the Sound
Stone record it's beautiful melody. While listening to it, Ness will have a
vision of a baby in a red cap. Could this be Ness looking at himself in the
past? The Sound Stone records the melody of the Lilliput Steps.

Go back into the cave. Make your way all the way back to Happy Happy Village.
There really isn't anything to do here now, so go to the farm and rest for
free, go to the Drug Store to save your game, and then head back into the upper
left corner of the Village and enter the cave. Trek back through here and all
the way back through Peaceful Rest Valley to arrive in Twoson again. On your
way through the Valley, you'll notice that the bridge that was once destroyed
is now repaired. Apparently, Orange Kid repaired it as a sign of apology.
(Which is exactly why I told you not to even talk to him to begin with - he was
a snob.)

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                          5.0.8 - TWOSON (REVISITED)
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ITEMS ACQUIRED

[1]Teddy Bear
[1]Wad of Bills
[1]Backstage Pass

Back in Twoson, go to where Mach Pizza was. Enter the long building with the
car asleep on top of it just to the left of the Pizza Place. Walk to the left
and talk to the women to receive the Hand-Aid. Continue on through the door to
the left and as you enter the next room, you are welcome with a sudden
surprise. Paula's father makes an appearance. He thanks you for saving her, and
you'll notice Paula say that in the next town, Threed, you'll meet another
friend. Continue through the stairs to the left and the door in the next room.
Open the present box to get a Teddy Bear.

Exit the long building, Just as you do, a tough looking guy tells you that
Everdred is looking for you in Burglin Park. Head over to the park and enter
Everdred's little house. He rambles on for a second and finally gives you a Wad
of Bills ($10,000.) Follow the road up to the right and stop at the Chaos
Theater. Talk to the two men standing near the black van to get a Backstage
Pass. Just in case you didn't know, these two men are part of a band called
"The Runaway Five." (Which ironically is made up of 6 members). Enter the Chaos
Theater.

Talk to the women standing between the two counters. Go into your inventory
and select the Backstage Pass. She lets you pass into the next room. Here, go
to the left side of the room, and talk to the blonde haired girl close to the
door. She begs you to take her backstage while she poses as your sister. Go
back there and talk to everyone in the room. You'll learn that The Runaway Five
are in serious debt and they need $10,000. Hmmm... When that's done, go back
through the door to your right. The Runaway Five show starts as soon as you
enter the room. Wait a few minutes until this is over, and go back through the
blue double doors at the bottom of the room.

Get past the women and go through the door to the far left. Talk to the man
behind the counter to learn slightly more about The Runaway Five's debt. Get
close to the man, go into your inventory, and use the Wad of Bills. He gets
excited and says that the men are free. They all come into the run and
individually greet you. Exit the Chaos Theater.

Talk to the happy-looking man standing to the right of the black van, and he
offers you a ride to the next town, Threed. Accept his offer and get into the
van.

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                                5.0.9 - THREED
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ITEMS ACQUIRED           NEW ENEMIES:           BOSS:

[1]Insecticide Spray     Handsome Tom           Boogey Tent
                         No Good Fly            Mini Barf
                         Putrid Moldyman
                         Smelly Ghost
                         Smilin' Sam
                         Trick or Treat Kid
                         Urban Zombie
                         Zombie Dog
                         Zombie Possessor

From your starting point in Threed, walk up onto the road and walk to the left
a little bit. Go into the Drug Store and save your game. Go to the ATM Machine
and take out about $600, and talk to the man behind the counter on the right.
Buy a Minor League Bat for Ness and a Thick Fry Pan for Paula. Sell your old
weapons and equip the new ones now. Leave the Drug Store.

Rummage through the nearby garbage can to get... nothing. Go to the right and
get close to the Pizza Place. See the man standing behind it? Go around to the
left and talk to him to find out he's a weapon dealer. He doesn't have anything
you need at this point, but don't forget where he's at. Go up and to the right
from the man and enter the large tent. Talk to everyone to learn about the
Zombie problem in Threed. Leave the tent. Go to the Hotel right above you and
talk to the kid with the shaggy hair. He tells you that he's seen a suspicious
looking women talking to ghosts lately. Hmmm...

Go to the upper-left section of Threed, and enter the graveyard to the left.
Walk around the cemetary, and try to avoid the ghosts and fake garbage cans. On
the left side of the cemetary, open the real can to get a can of Insecticide
spray. Follow the curve up and to the right. Go all the way to the far end and
interact with the two zombies. Keep in mind the ladder on the other side.

It would probably be a good idea to make your way around the town and talk to
as many people as you can so you can familiarize yourself with Threed. When
that's done, head back to the entrance to the graveyard. Go down just a little
bit, and talk to the man in the black suit and hat. He tells you to take a look
at "that chick in front of the Hotel." Make your way over to the right, and
you'll see a suspicious looking women walk into the Hotel. Follow her.

In the first room of the Hotel, it is a very good idea to save your game right
now. When that's done, follow the women to the left one more room. Finally,
follow the woman into the door on the left. Just as you walk in, you get
ambushed and knocked unconscious by a group of Zombies and Ghosts.

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ITEMS ACQUIRED           NEW ENEMIES:

[7]Cookies               Cave Boy
[1]Bad Key Machine       Gruff Goat
[1]Holmes Hat            Mad Duck
[1]Pop Gun               Worthless Protoplasm
[1]Broken Air Gun
[1]Pak of Bubble Gum
[1]Bread Roll
[1]Insecticide Spray
[1]Broken Iron
[1]Croissant
[1]Hamburger
[1]Cheap Bracelet
[1]Bottle Rocket

You wake up in a blue tinted room with a door in the upper right corner.
Examine the door to find out that it's locked. Paula uses her psychic abilities
and calls out to another friend that you don't know, Jeff. The camera focuses
on a snowy area with caves and trees everywhere. This is Winters. It eventually
stops at the Snow Wood Boarding House.

Inside, we see two young buys asleep in a room with a pile of tools to the
side. Paula constantly calls out to Jeff for help. She tells him to head south,
and that only he can save them. Move around the directional buttons and the kid
further toward the top of the room wakes up and gets out of bed. This is Jeff.
As you start to leave the room, the other kid jumps up and asks him where he's
going in the middle of the night. This is Tony. He finally just tells you to go
to the locker room and get some things you need before you leave. He joins you.

Leave the room, and talk to the congregation of boys to the right. They tell
you the rumors about Tessie and the Cave Boys at Stonehenge. Go into the door
in the upper left corner, and open all of the present boxes to get 7 cookies!
Talk to the two boys and leave the room.

Go down the stairs to the left. Go into the room and talk to the boy, Maxwell,
to learn about Jeff's father, Dr. Andonuts, and to receive the Key to the
locker. Leave the room and go into the door in the upper right corner. When you
try to open some of the lockers, you learn that the key is so bent that it wont
even fit into the key hole. Let's give Maxwell another visit. He tells you that
he invented another device already. He calls it the "Machine that Opens Doors
especially when you have a slighty bad key," otherwise known as the Bad key
machine. Go back into the locker room and open the locker all the way to the
left on the first row to get a Holmes hat. Go into your inventory and drop a
few cookies, because you seriously don't need that many, if any at all. Open
the locker all the way to the right on the back row to get a Pop gun, and the
locker in the middle of the back row to get a Broken air gun.

Leave the locker room and go through the big double doors to the right.
Approach the gates outside, and Tony will kneel over in frony of them. Talk to
him and use him as a stepping stone to heave yourself over the gates. It just
so happens that there's a conveniently placed shop just to the right. Go there.

Talk to the women in the back, and agree to take the monkey. She gives you a
Pak of bubble gum. Talk to the Monkey, and he will take a piece of gum from
Jeff and blow a bubble with it. He joins you. Use the phone to call Maxwell
and save your game.

Exit the Shop and head straight down, to the right, and down again into the
large open area. Go straight down and pass the tree on the right side. Try to
avoid as many enemies as you can for now. Take the little sectioned off path
until the end, and head down and to the right until you see a tent. It is very
important for you to go into this tent. Talk to the blonde haired kid in the
blue shirt to have all of your HP recovered. Go outside and fight enemies that
appear very close to the tent. Any time your HP starts to get low, go back in
and have it restored. Level up to about level 5, go into the tent and heal
yourself, and go back outside.

Go to the left, and follow the path up top. Go around the curve and through the
trees. Go to the right into the large open area, and go to the bottom right
corner. You should see another tent. Continue past it and you will come to a
campsite full of men walking around with binoculars. Walk into the tent on the
far left and talk to the man walking around. He gives you some stew and rest.
In the middle of the night, Paula will call you again and tell you to head
south.

When you wake up, go outside and you'll notice that the wind has picked up. Go
to the right and follow along the coast until you see a little swirl in the
water. Go out onto the little peninsula and stand on the dirt circle. The
Monkey takes some gum, blows a bubble, and floats out to the water. Tessie
appears where the swirl was! She comes over to your right side, and Jeff
automatically gets on her back. Enjoy the little ride south.

After Tessie drops you off, follow the only path you can to the south. Notice
the iron pencil-shaped statue. Enter the nearby cave, keeping notice to the
sign to the left that says "Brick Road." This is a pretty neat little maze that
has a few items throughout it. Go straight to the left and open the present box
to get a Bread Roll.

Exit this path and enter the one right below it. Follow this path to end and
open the present box to get a can of Insecticide Spray. Go to the beginning of
this path and enter the third path. Go through it, fight the fake present box,
and follow the path to the right. Open the present box to get a Broken Iron.
Get out of this little area, but stay in this path. Go to the left and follow
the path up and turn back to the lef and down. Follow the only path that
doesn't lead to a dead end. Go down and open the present box to get a
Croissant. Follow the path to the end, and open the last box to get a Stun Gun.
Exit the maze, and use the phone to call Maxwell and save your game. Exit the
cave.

Talk to the man waiting outside. His name is Brick Road. He tells you that he
knows Dr. Andonuts and about the "Dungeon Man" experiment. He lets you rest and
recover all of your HP. Follow the path down and to the right. Curve back to
the left and enter the second cave.

Follow the path down and all the way to the left. Open the present box at the
end to get a Hamburger. Go through the little "door" to the left to enter the
next section of the cave. Walk to the extreme left of this section and go
through this "door" as well.

In the next section, go up the two rope ladders and open the present box at the
top to get a Cheap Bracelet. Equip it and head back down the two rope ladders.
Walk to the far left and open the present box to get a Bottle Rocket. Go a
little to the right and stand under the curled up rope ladder. Go into your
inventory and "Use" the Pak of bubble gum. The Monkey blows a bubble with a
piece, floats up to the next platform and releases the rope. When he comes
back, go up the two rope ladders and talk to the shining spot. It says that
only Ness can absorb the power of this place. Go to the left and exit the cave.

Outside, the Monkey notices a female Monkey standing there, and you see the two
of them run off. Now, go through this little "Stonehenge" and try your best to
avoid as many of these Cave Boys as you can. Go all the way down and enter the
building with the word "LAB" printed in big letters on the front.

Talk to the man walking around with white hair. This is Dr. Andonuts - Jeff's
father. For a few seconds they have their moment, and he tells you about the
Phase Distorter and the Sky Runner. The Phase Distorter is incomplete, so he
lets you use the Sky Runner. Use the little machine right above you to restore
your health, and then head up the stairs to the left. Walk to the right side
and open the present box to get a Broken Pipe. Go back down the stairs and go
to the left side of the room. Enter the Sky Runner. After a little scene where
you fly over a town and a desert, you end up in Threed.

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                          5.1.1 - THREED (REVISITED)
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ITEMS ACQUIRED

[1]Jar of Fly Honey
[1]Zombie Paper
[1]Skip Sandwich DX
[1]Bomb
[1]Protein Drink
[1]Bottle Rocket

The Sky Runner crash lands in the middle of a little graveyard, and ends up in
the room that Ness and Paula were locked in! Let him join your group, and go up
to the locked door in the upper right corner. Have Jeff use the Bad Key Machine
on it, and it opens. You wind up in a wierd colored room. Go up the stairs and
up the ladder. You end up in the middle of the little graveyard that the Sky
Runner crash landed in. Now is a good time to go back to the Drug Store and
save your game. Get about $600 out of the ATM Machine, and buy Jeff a Holmes
hat and a Copper Bracelet. Sell the man his old equipment, and equip the new.
Go ahead and sell them Jeff's Stun Gun as well, because you're about to get an
even better gun.

Go to the weapons dealer behind the drug store and buy Jeff a Toy Air Gun.
You're going to have to level up a little bit before you do the next part, so
get Jeff to about level 15. When that's done, head to the large circus tent in
the middle of the town. As you approach it, you'll see some people hurry
inside. Follow them.

Inside the tent, talk to all the people walking around to learn more about the
Zombie problem. After that, leave the tent and go to the bottom part of the
town. Over to the right should be a shaggy-haired kid walking around in front
of a "Threed" sign. Talk to him, and he tells you that the zombies' leader
likes Fly Honey. He tells you that he has a large supply of Fly Honey in the
tent to the south. Hmmm... see the big tent right below the kid? Approach it
from the front to initiate a boss battle.

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                               |- Boogey Tent -|
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Recommended level: Ness - Around 24 / Paula - Around 19 / Jeff - 15

The whole point of levelling Jeff up early wasn't so much based on him
participating in the battle, but to keep him alive so he can share the
experience points after the battle. If you are following the recommended

levels, then this battle shouldn't be too tough. Have Ness use his highest
level PSI Rockin attack and have Paula and Jeff BASH continuously. When Jeff's
HP gets below 60 (pretty much every time he gets hit) have someone heal him. It
shouldn't ake long for this battle to end.
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When the battle ends, a garbage can appears where the tent used to stand.
Rummage through it to get a Jar of Fly Honey. For something kind of humorous,
talk to the shaggy-haired kid again. He tells you what he told you before, but
notice how he mentions nothing about his tent.

Walk around Threed for awhile, and Ness will stop walking and the Reciever
Phone will begin to ring. Press A to automatically answer it. It's Apple Kid,
and he tells you about his new invention: Zombie Paper. He tells you all you
need to do is put it in a tent and the zombies will be attracted to it and get
stuck in it. What luck! There just so happens to be a large circus tent smack
in the middle of town. He tells you that he just told the Mach Pizza delivery
man to send you the paper. Walk around for a few seconds and the Pizza man will
arrive and give you the Zombie Paper.

Go to the tent in the middle of Threed and talk to the people walking around.
They think that the Zombie Paper is a good idea. Get anywhere in the tent and
go into your inventory. "Use" the Zombie Paper and it will be placed on the
floor. Leave the tent and go up into the Hotel. Spend the night. Watch the
little animation of the zombies flocking to the tent. Keep in mind that the two
zombies that were blocking your way to the ladder in the upper part of Threed
leave their post.

The next day, go back to the circus tent. You'll notice the people are now
standing outside the tent. Go inside and you'll see all the zombies laying
around. Leave and go to the upper left portion of Threed through the graveyard.
Go to the place where the two zombies were blocking your path to the ladder.
Now that they're not there, you're free to go down the ladder.

Down the ladder, just follow the path. Go down the stairs and into the next
room. Open the casket to get a Skip Sandwich DX. Continue into the next
section. Go down the steps and through the door. Open this casket to get a
Silver Bracelet. Equip it to Paula and continue on through the door. Continue
up the steps until you get to the last room. Talk to the little pile of puke on
the ground to initiate another boss battle.

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                               |-  Mini Barf  -|
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Recommended level: Ness - Around 25 / Paula - Around 19 / Jeff - Around 16

This battle is horribly easy. Just have Ness and Paula use their best PSI
attacks and have Jeff constantly use BASH. It shouldn't take long at all for
this battle to end. A good idea is to use one of Jeff's Bottle Rockets to just
end the fight. It's up to you. After a few hits, this battle should end.
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Go up the ladder, and you'll come out of a cave into a place that looks like
Peaceful Rest Valley. Talk to the man standing there and buy whatever items you
need from him. He tells you that you should visit a place up ahead called
Saturn Valley. When you're done talking to him, follow the path up and to the
right. Open the present boxes on your way to get a Bomb and a Protein Drink.
After the Protein Drink, go into the cave to the right.

In this cave, go into the little side path and open present box to get a
Bottle Rocket. Exit this side path and continue going through all the way to
the right until you are out of the cave.

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ITEMS ACQUIRED:

[1]Rust Promoter
[1]Protactor
[1]Sudden Guts Pill
[1]Broken Spray Can

You'll come out in a little yellow area with some really wierd sounding music.
Go to the right and follow the curve back around. Talk to the little wierd
creature with whiskers and a bow in its head. Thats a Mr. Saturn (hence the
name: Saturn Valley). At first what he says is sort of hard to read, but you
get used to it after a while. Go into the little building just to the left and
talk to the Mr. Saturn to rest up and recover your health. Go up the ladder and
use the phone to call your dad and save your game.

Exit this building, and walk to the right. If there are any status ailments
upon your characters, go into the building just to the right and talk to the
Mr. Saturn in there. He'll heal you for free. After that's done, exit the
building and walk up and to the right: going around the little spring. You'll
see a present box on top of a ladder. Open it to get a Rust Promoter.

Walk down the ladder and go to the left. Go into the first cave you see.
Rummage through the three garbage cans to get a Protactor, a Sudden Guts Pill,
and a Broken Spray Can. Leave that cave, and go into the cave at the top of the
ladder to the far left. Go up the next ladder and you'll end up outside.
Finally, go up a final ladder and into the building. In here, sell any
un-needed items, and get about $2200 out of the ATM Machine. Talk to the Mr.
Saturn closest to the bottom and buy 2 Great Charms and 2 Silver Bracelets for
Ness and Jeff, and a Red Ribbon for Paula. Sell your old equipment and equip
the new. Deposit all your money, but keep $400 or so just in case. Use the
phone to call your dad and save your game if you want to, then exit the
building.

Go down the ladder and into the cave. In this section, talk to the Mr. Saturn
in the middle. He says (roughly):

-Base... secret
-Base behind Grapefruit Falls
-Password? I tell.
-Belch man say "Say Password."
-Then stand still, wait for three minutees (A very creepy chime plays)

We're going to be leaving Saturn Valley for a while, so be sure that you are
healed up. Now, go to the bottom part of Saturn Valley and enter the cave. Make
your way through here to the left. Be absolutely sure that someone in your
party has the Jar of Fly Honey...

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ITEMS ACQUIRED        NEW ENEMIES:          BOSS:

[1]Bomb               Foppy                 Master Belch
[1]IQ Capsule         Mostly Bad Fly
[1]Broken Capsule     Slimy Little Pile
[1]Vital Capsule
[1]HP-Sucker

Once outside, follow the open path up. Go all the up until you get to the water
fall. Enter it from the right side and walk all the way to the left. Walk up
and a message box comes up and says "Say the password!" Press a button to get
the message to go away, and follow the Mr. Saturn's directions very carefully.
You have to stand still for three minutes, and you cannot move at all. It's
best to lay your controller down and go get a snack or something, because it
seems as if these next few minutes will take forever.

When that's done, a message box will pop up saying "Okay... you may enter."
Walk up and you will end up in some kind of factory. Head down and to the right
and you will encounter a little pile of puke. He asks you if you brough Master
Belch's favorite, Fly Honey. Say "yes", and he will let you pass through.
Continue to the far right and go into the little room. On the far right side,
rummage through the garbage can to get a bomb. Exit the room and go down the
nearby ladder.

On a side note, you will probably encounter Foppies throughout the base. You'll
know it's a Foppy because it looks like a little red ball running around. Fight
these things as often as you can, because they are incredibly easy and offer
tons of experience. Anyways, at the bottom of the ladder, walk to the left, and
go down the little ladder. Go into the room on the right and go through the
trash cans to get an IQ Capsule and a Broken Laser. Exit the room and go back
up the little ladder.

Walk to the left, past the little belt and past another ladder. Go into the
first door you come to on the left and you will be in another little room.
Magic Butterflies respawn in this room, so heal your team with Ness's PSI
powers then grab the butterfly. Enter and exit the room to get as many of the
butterflies as you need to. Exit the room and go the right and up the ladder.
Up here, go into the little room on the right and go through all of the garbage
cans to get a Vital Capsule, a Calorie Stick, and an HP-sucker. Exit this room
and go down the ladder.

Continue down the path to the left until you get to a little section with toxic
waste laying around everywhere. Talk to the pile of puke, and after you defeat
it, go through the big hole in the wall. In the next room, make your way past
all of the toxic waste to the left side of the room. Talk to the humongous pile
of puke. This is Master Belch. He talks some crap and laughs at you, and a boss
battle begins.

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Recommended level: Ness - Around 28 / Paula - Around 25 / Jeff - Around 24

This is another horribly easy battle - but, only if you know what to do. You've
heard multiple times that Master Belch absolutely loves Fly Honey, right? Why
not use it on him then. Have the person that has the Jar of Fly Honey to use it
on Master Belch, and have everybody else use their strongest PSI Powers or BASH
away. Master Belch will become pre-occupied with the Fly Honey, so you don't
have anything to worry about. Keep attacking him, and this battle should be
over very soon.
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ITEMS ACQUIRED

After the battle, you learn that Giygas has managed to get the Mani-Mani statue
into Fourside. Master Belch dissapears and now you have access to the hole
behind him. Go through this hole and you will end up in a cave. Continue
through this cave, past the two Mr. Saturns, and exit at the far right side.
You end up in an area of Saturn Valley that was previously not available, but
now the ladder is fixed that connected the two, so it's all good.

Walk into the red hot spring with the other Mr. Saturn and your team's status
is recovered. Go down the nearby ladder and walk all the way to the left. Go
into the hole on the far left, and down the ladder on the inside. Exit through
the hole to the left and you will be at the bottom part of Saturn Valley. Go
into the house in the lower left corner to rest and save your game.

When that's done, go back through the cave you just came out of, up the ladder,
and walk to the right and up the other ladder back at the red hot spring. Go
into the cave up and to the right.

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ITEMS ACQUIREDNEW      ENEMIES:                BOSS:

[1]Coin of Slumber     Ranboob                     Trillionage Sprout
                       Struttin' Evil Mushroom
                       Tough Mobile Sprout

Continue on through the cave to the right until you end up in a new area. Walk
down. Follow the big curve to the right, and enter the big cave on the far
right side. Open the present box when you first enter to get a Coin of Slumber.
Equip it to whoever gets it, and follow the path down and to the right. Talk to
the large shining spot. This is the third "Your Sanctuary" location. A boss
battle ensues.

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Recommended level: Ness - Around 28 / Paula - Around 25 / Jeff - Around 24

This battle shouldn't be too tough. Have Ness use his highest level of PSI
Rockin to elimate the little sprouts that accompany the boss. Have Paula use
her highest level PSI Freeze directly on Trillionage Sprout. If Jeff has any
kind of Bottle Rockets in his inventory, use them on the boss. Otherwise, have
him constantly BASH. If anybody in your party has any Bombs, now is a very good
time to use them. Only heal your characters if their HP goes below 70 or so. It
shouldn't take for this battle to come to and end.
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When that's done, the formerly blocked path is now open. On the other side,
approach the Milky Well. Ness thought he heard his mother from far away... she
said "Be a thoughtful, strong boy...". The Sound Stone records the melody of
the Milky Well! Everybody is fully recovered. Once thats done, go back into the
cave. Exit the path in the upper left corner. In this area, back track to the
other cave in the upper left corner. Continue out of here until you are back in
Saturn Valley.

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This time through, you only going through Saturn Valley for a short while. Make
your way back to the building where you can heal yourself and save your game.
Once that's done, exit the building, and follow the path at the bottom of the
valley until you get to the cave. Leave Saturn Valley, and make your way back
trough the cave to Grapdefruit Falls.

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This is also just a short journey. Simply follow the long open path all the way
to the bottom of the falls. Enter the large cave at the very bottom. In this
area, go down the ladder and the stairs and into the next room. Go down some
more stairs and into the next room. Move across the room, passing the coffin,
and continue on. Go up these stairs and into the next area. Go through this
room, and in the next area go up the two sets of stairs and up the ladder to
end up in Threed.

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Once in Threed, talk to as many people as you can. They thank you and tell you
how much better Threed is now that all of the zombies are gone. When you're
done gloating, head back to the Hotel. Look for the two "Bus Stop" signs across
the road from each other. Get behind one of them and examine it. It says that a
bus should be here pretty soon. Wait a few seconds and a bus appears. Approach
it on the lower side and a man pops out. He tells you that you have to pay $6
to ride the bus to Fourside. Enjoy the cool music during the bus ride. Watch as
the bus passes through the two tunnels and comes out in a desert.

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ITEMS ACQUIRED       NEW ENEMIES:

[1]Double Burger     Bad Buffalo
                     Crested Booka
                     Criminal Caterpillar
                     Cute Lil' UFO
                     Desert Wolf
                     Skelpion
                     Smilin' Sphere

The bus makes its way across the long road, past a Drug Store. Unfortunately
for you, before it can make it to the end, the bus gets caught in horribly
backed-up traffic. The bus driver drops you off and drives away, leaving you
stranded in the middle of Dusty Dunes Desert.

The difficulty level of the game really takes a step up right here. From here
on out, the battles won't be so easy. Follow the road to the left and make your
way back to the drug store that you pased on the bus ride. Enter it and go to
the ATM Machine. Take out about $4000. Talk to the man behind the counter and
buy a Mr. Baseball Bat for Ness, a Deluxe Fry Pan for Paula, and two Slumber
coins for Paula and Jeff to equip. Talk to the man in the far lower left corner
and spend the night. Another thing about Dusty Dunes Desert is, obviously, its
going to be very hot. Unfortunately, in this area of the game your characters
can suffer from Sunstroke. Its not that bad though. Talk to the old man beside
the phone that looks like he's wearing a hair net. Buy as many Wet Towels as
you can from him and fill up your inventory, except for one slot in everyone's
inventory. After that's done, use the phone to call your dad and save your
game, then exit the Drug Store.

Once outside, head behind the store. Notice the man standing there, he looks a
lot like the guy from Threed. Talk to him to find out he's an arms dealer. You
don't need to buy anything from him yet, but don't forget where he is. Head up
between the two large rocks and hug the left wall. Continue on past the monkey
standing over the ladder. Continue until you get to a present box. Open it to
get a Double Burger. Head back down and make your way back to the monkey
standing near the ladder right above the Drug Store.

From here, hug the bottom wall and make your way a long way to the right.
You'll eventually pass a present box. Open it to get a Big Bottle Rocket. Go
through your inventory and give this to Jeff. Go back to the wall and make your
way to the right some more. A little ways to the right you'll come to a little
cabin with a grumpy-looking man standing outside. Talk to him to learn that
about his job of digging of gold. He tells you he's hungry and asks if you have
any food to spare. Say "yes" and give him the Double Burger you just picked up
a minute ago. Afterwards, he says he'll give you the gold if he finds it. Walk
into the cabin right above him and talk to the man to rest for the night and
regain your health. In the morning, use the phone to call your dad and save
your game. Exit the cabin.

Outside, you'll notice that the man you gave food to is nowhere to be found. Go
down the the rocks and walk to the right. At the end when the rocks end, head
down and enter the tunnel to the right. Walk through it and go across the long
bridge. Walk through the next tunnel. On the other side, you end up in the town
of Fourside.

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NEW ENEMIES:

Annoying Reveler
Crazed Sign
Extra Cranky Lady
Mad Taxi

When you exit the tunnel, follow the road to the right and stay on the main
road after it curves up. Continue on, and after a short walk you'll come to the
Topolla Theater. Enter it and talk to the man on the right to buy a Show Ticket
for $30. Get in front of the man on the left and "use" the Show Ticket from
your inventory and he'll let you pass. In the main lobby head through the door
on the far left. Talk to the woman behind the desk. Apparently the Runaway Five
are in debt again, and they owe this woman one million dollars. She jokingly
asks you if you would want to pay the million or something. According to her,
you'd have to find buried gold or something... Hmmm...

Leave the room and head in the door at the top of the lobby. Head straight to
the left and talk to the boy standing in front of the door. The Runaway Five
let you in. Talk to them for a while to learn more about their money toubles.
Head back into the theater to the right and the show starts. The Runaway Five
play another little show for you. When that's done, leave the Topolla Theater
altogether.

It seems as if there isn't anything else you can do for now. Go back to the
lower left corner of Fourside. Go trough the tunnel, across the long bridge,
and through the other tunnel and make your way back to Dusty Dunes Desert.

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Once back in the desert, notice that the traffic jam is now gone. Make your way
back to the lodge where you gave the grumpy-looking man some food. It seems
like he's done quite a bit since you left for Fourside. Go into the building
and talk to the man to have yourself healed and use the phone to call your dad
to save your game. When that's done, head outside and go into the newly dug
tunnel.

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                               5.2.3 - GOLD MINE
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ITEMS ACQUIRED           NEW ENEMIES:           BOSS:

[1]IQ Capsule            Gigantic Ant           [5] Guardian Digger
[1]Big Bottle Rocket     Noose Man
[1]Calorie Stick         Thirsty Coil Snake
[1]Teddy Bear
[1]Croissant
[1]Picnic Lunch

You'll see the man pacing back and forth inside the entrance to the tunnel.
Talk to him to find out that he's found a maze inside the mine. Lots of
monsters appeared, so he couldn't proceed. He also tells you that there are 5
big moles! He says that if he can get rid of all the monsters then he can
continue on. Guess who's job it is to get rid of all the monsters? Yep. This is
the first real challenge you'll probably have in the game. The 5 large moles
(Guardian Diggers) are pretty hard at this point in the game. It is highly
recommended that once you defeat one mole, you leave the mine and go into the
cabin to heal yourself and call your dad. To make this section a little easier,
level Paula and Jeff up to level 30 or higher. You might think that this
section gets a little repetitive, but I just want to make sure you know what to
do. Addiotnally, be very careful around the Gigantic Ants and Thirsty Coil
Snakes in the mine - their poisons can be a pain. Ness's PSI Healing B can be a
lifesaver during this part.

From the miner, head straight up, walking past the shovel and wagon. Continue
upward, staying on the right wall. At the very top, go down the ladder. In the
next section, walk to the left. You'll see a gigantic blue mole in a little
sub-section. This is the first of the five Guardian Diggers. Approach it and
examine it. He says that he is the third strongest of them all (they all say
that). A boss battle ensues.

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Recommended level: Ness - Around 33 / Paula - Around 30 / Jeff - Around 30

This battle can be pretty tough if you haven't levelled up very much. Whatever
you do though, DONT use BASH attacks, because the mole has a shield that
deflects any physical attacks back at you. Have Ness use his highest level of
PSI Rockin' on the Guardian Digger. Have Paula use her highest level of PSI
Freeze on the boss, which can possibly solidify him. Have Jeff use any weapons
in his inventory such as Bombs or Bottle Rockets. If he has nothing in his
inventory like that, just have him constantly defend. Good luck! At this point,
you can't really worry about someone's HP going really low, because they
usually die with one big hit. Just constantly attack the Guardian Digger until
he goes down. If this battle is too hard for you then it might be a good idea
to level everybody up 3 levels or so. If any of your characters are killed in
this battle, which they probably will be, after you defeat the mole, leave the
mine and go to Fourside. Go to the hospital at the top of Fourside and talk to
the Nurse to have anybody revived. Hopefully, this battle will end before all
of your characters die.
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When the battle is over, open the nearby present box to get an IQ Capsule.
Leave the Gold Mine and go back into the nearby cabin to have everyone healed
and use the phone to call your dad and save your game. Now, this may not be
necessary for some of you, however, if you are on your first play through of
the game, you may not know what to expect, and as such, may have to leave the
mine after each boss battle to heal up. More advanced players will not leave
until the end. Additionally, if anybody was killed, go to the Hospital in
Fourside to have them healed. This part of the walkthrough is written under the
assumption that you will have to leave the mine after each Guardian Digger - if
this does not apply to you, please keep in mind the manner under which this
section has been written. Regardless, when you are ready to continue, return to
the mine and head up past the worker. After the shovel and wagon, take the
first turn to the left, up a little hill. Continue on to the left and at the
intersection, follow the path down. Follow this path all the way down and turn
with curve back up and to the left. Continue on and open the present box to get
a Big Bottle Rocket. Give it to Jeff. Go up the path, the only way you can go,
and when you get to the big intersection. Take the upper right path. Continue
until you get to a large section with a ladder. Go down the ladder.

Walk around the curve and into the sub-section to the right. You see another
Guardian Digger. Walk up to him and examine him, and the second boss battle
ensues. Use the same strategy as with the first one.

When the battle is over, open the nearby present box to get a Coin of Defense.
Equip it to whoever needs it the most. If necessary, leave and heal/revive
anyone you need to. When that's done, return to the mine, and head up past the
worker. After the shovel and wagon, take the first turn to the left, up a
little hill. Continue on to the left and at the intersection, follow the path
down. Follow this path all the way down and turn with curve back up and to the
left. Go up the path, the only way you can go, and when you get to the big
intersection. Take the upper right path. Continue until you get to a large
section with a ladder. Go down the ladder.

From the sub-section where you just defeated the second Guardian Digger, follow
the path up and to the left. Open the nearby present box to get a Calorie
Stick. Continue to the left, and go up the ladder at the far end of the path.
From here, head down and go right at the first intersection. Open the present
box to get a Teddy Bear. This becomes very helpful at this point. Head back to
the left and at the intersection, go down. At the next intersection, go to the
right, and talk to the mouse not holding a sign. Remember the Exit Mouse you
got on the path to Twoson? You get another one here. Open the two present boxes
to get a Croissant and a Picnic Lunch. Consider yourself very lucky now. If you
ever get into an emergency, you can just use the Exit Mouse to get outside and
back into Dusty Dunes Desert in a snap.

From here, walk straight up and don't stray from this path. You'll eventually
end up in another sub-section with the another Guardian Digger. Approach him to
start the third boss battle. Again, use the same strategy as with the first
two. Remember, Ness's PSI Rockin and Paula's PSI Freeze are the most
effective. Make Jeff defend.

When the battle is over, open the nearby present box to get a Guts Capsule. If
the battles with the Guardian Diggers are starting to get very easy, you
shouldn't leave the mine unless you have to. If you're characters are almost
dead after the battle, leave the Gold Mine and go back into the nearby cabin to
have everyone healed and use the phone to call your dad and save your game. If
anyone was killed, again, have them revived at the Fourside hospital. When you
have finished, return to the mine.

Head back to the Exit mouse and its mother. Head south, grabbing the Bomb in
the present box. Follow the curve to the left and go all the way to the end to
find the fourth Guardian Digger. Defeat him as you have the others. Afterwards,
open the two present boxes to get a Platinum Band and a Luck capsule. If you
need to leave the mine to recover, do what you need to do. When you're ready,
head back to Dusty Dunes and once again into the mine.

Head back to the area with the Exit mice. Take the left path and then follow it
down. Go left past the ladder and all the way to the far wall to fight the
fifth and final Guardian Digger. When he's gone, take the PSI Caramel from the
present box. Now, walk out of the mine, or use an Exit mouse. Once outside, go
over to the left and talk to the miner standing by the machinery. He tells you
that he can now begin his search for gold. Go into the nearby "Dusty Dunes
Headquarters for finding buried gold" and rest. Leave, and go back onto the
road heading towards Fourside. Go east through the tunnels and on the bridge,
you will be stopped by someone from the mining company. As a reward for your
help, he will give you a diamond because no one could find any gold. If by
chance you don't have any extra inventory space when he arrives, your diamond
will be waiting back at the headquarters in Dusty Dunes. For now, make your way
to Fourside.

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Now it's time to go bail the Runaway Five out... again. Once in Fourside, head
northeast again and into the Topolla theater. Buy another ticket from the man
on the right and present it to the man on the left to get past the barrier.
Head into the door on the right and offer the Diamond to the lady behind the
desk. She will rip up the contract with the Runaway Five, and they are once
again free. Leave the office and go into the theater through the top door to
watch the band again. Your business in the Topolla Theater is done.

Continue a little bit northeast again and into the Department Store. Browse
around all of the shops in the mall, and re-equip your characters as you deem
necessary. Once you've shopped around a bit, head back down to the bottom floor
of the place. As you begin to leave, the lights in the shopping center go out.
A monster runs across the room, and Paula gets kidnapped. A message calls for
Ness to report to an office on the fourth floor. Do as the message says, and
head to the fourth floor. Be very careful, as for some reason, the difficulty
of the monsters really spikes during this part. It may be in your best interest
to try and run from every battle as you traverse the escalator. Once at the
top, go into the office through the door on the left side.

In this office, you'll see the monster that kidnapped Paula. Make sure that
Ness and Jeff have full HP meters. When you're ready, talk to the monster to
initiate a fight.
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                           |   Department Store   |
                           |         Spook        |
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This should not be a difficult fight in the slightest. Simply use Ness's best
level of PSI Rockin, and have Jeff attack the monster, and the fight should not
take more than two rounds of fighting. If for some reason he gets a decent hit
in before you can drop him, use Ness's PSI lifeup to keep your party of two
alive until the battle is over.
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Once you've defeated the Department Store Spook, he mentions something about
Paula being with Monotoli. Exit the office back through the door on the right.
Leave the mall and go into the Monotoli building just to the northwest of the
Department Store. Go into the elevator on the left side of the room and talk to
the woman inside. She will take you straight to the 47th floor. When you get
off, go through the door to the north, and through the door on the right in the
next room. You'll find "Master Pokey" sitting in a chair flanked by bodyguards.
Talking to him, you discover that he is now working for Monotoli. His
bodyguards will escort you outside of the office. Leave the Monotoli building
for now.

Once outside, look at your map. Notice that Fourside is divided into five
squares in the shape of an X. Head to the upper left part of the X and into the
café. Talk to everyone inside, and then leave. Everdred is lying in the alley
surrounded by a group of people. Talk to the guy on the far right and give him
something. He will let you pass. Go up and talk to Everdred. He mentions
stealing something called a "Mani Mani" from the carpenter from Happy Happy
Village. He then explains that Monotoli stole the statue from him.

Follow his instructions and go back into the café and check behind the counter.
Mess with the panel on the far right to get a message of "???" You will be
transported to the next area of the game, Moonside, possibly my favorite part
of the game.

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Moonside is a defining moment for the game Earthbound. This area contains some
of the strangest monsters in the game. Something to keep in mind during this
part of the game - when asked questions by people in the town, "No" means
"Yes," and "Yes" means "No."

Leave the café, and talk to a man wearing sunglasses and a Hawaiian shirt with
a blonde crewcut. He will transport you to another part of the city. Open the
present box to the southeast for a protein drink. Talk to the man again to be
transported back to the first place. Follow the road southeast that curves back
northeast and go into the Hotel. Talk to the man on the right, and tell him
that you don't want to rest. Once you've rested, leave the Hotel. Talk to the
man near the hospital with the Haiwwian shirt to be transported beside a
present box. Open it to get a Night pendant. Talk to the man again to be
transported by another present box (containing a Handbag strap). Talk to the
man yet again to be transported beside the Monotoli building. Open the present
box to the north to get a Secret herb.

Talk to the man in the suit below the present box, and answer "No" to him to be
sent to a room with a shadow and a Mr. T look-alike. Talk to the shadow and
answer "No" to him, then talk to the Mr. T look-alike to be transported back to
the Hotel. On your way out of the Hotel, you'll notice that the shadow has
decided to follow you in the form of an invisible man. Head southwest to find
three more of these men. Talk to the one in the middle to be transported on the
other side of the Monotoli building near a man that looks like a sailor. Talk
to him, and he will let you by. Continue down to the front of the Monotoli
building, and talk to the Evil Mani Mani statue to initiate a fight.
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                           |    Evil Mani Mani    |
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Another pretty straightforward boss fight. Have Ness use his highest level of
PSI Rockin, and have Jeff use any items he has in his inventory. The Evil Mani
Mani can physically attack you, and it can also use its own share of PSI
attacks. Simply hit it with your biggest attacks, again using Ness to heal the
party if the need arises.
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Once the fight is over, Ness and Jeff end up in a warehouse, the evil statue
laying decimated at their feet. Leave the warehouse through the door on the
right and you will find yourself back in the café in Fourside. As you walk out
of the wall, you get a call from Apple Kid. He tells you he's got a new
invention, this one called the "Gourmet Yogurt Machine."

As you leave the café, talk to the burned monkey. He tells you that Talah Rama
at the west end of Dusty Dunes desert is ready to meet you now. (If you didn't
happen to go in there the first time, the man was meditating. The monkey beside
him asked for you not to disturb him). At any rate, wait for a few moments, and
a man arrives from the Escargo Express saying that he left the yogurt machine
in the desert. Behind him comes Monotoli's maid saying that she could use your
services in the form of the aforementioned yogurt-machine.

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Head back into Dusty Dunes Desert, and follow the road all the way to the west
of the area, and enter the Drug Store near the entrance of the desert. Buy a
Skip Sandwich and a Picnic Lunch from the older gentleman. Also, make sure that
you have the Pencil Eraser in your inventory as well. If you've sent it off
with the Escargo Express, give them a call and get it back. Once you've got
those three items in your inventory, exit the Drug Store and head north through
the desert. Just north of the weapons dealer near the store is a monkey
standing beside a ladder going into the ground. Descend the ladder.

Follow the path to the left and you'll come into a room with two monkeys
guarding either two paths. Talah Rama's cave is a big maze, with monkeys
guarding paths all throughout it. The entire point of this puzzle is to trade
items with all of the monkeys until you can get to the end of the maze. The
reason behind buying the Skip Sandwhich and the Picnic Lunch at the Drug Store
is that they are the only two outside items you need to bring into this cave
in order to complete the maze. All of the other items you will find with the
monkeys in the cave.

Now, in the first room, give the Picnic Lunch to the monkey on the left, and
continue on. Grab the Pizza in the chest and keep walking to the left through
the next area. Give the female monkey on the left the Pizza that you just
picked up, and go through the tunnel. Open the chest to get another pizza, and
continue on to the left. Talk to the monkey in here to get a Fresh Egg.

Now, go all the way back to the first room with two monkeys. Give the monkey on
the right the Skip Sandwhich to get through. Grab the Wet Towel in the chest.
Again, go back to the first room and through the door on the left. Go through
the passage and into the next room. Give the monkey on the right the Wet Towel.
Go through the door and grab the Hamburger and the Ruler from the chests.

For the third time, go all the way back to the first room. Go through the door
on the right and through the path into the next room. Go through, and grab the
protein drink from the chest. Go back into the the room from which you just
came, and give the monkey on the right the Protein Drink you just got.

Go through and grab the Hamburger from the chest. Go into the next room, and
give a Ruler to the female monkey on the left. Go into the next room and talk
to the monkey in here to get a King Banana. Continue back to the right through
three doors. You should emerge into a room from the right with two uncovered
doors. Now, go into the door on the left, and down the path into the final
room. Give the monkey on the right the King Banana, and go through his path,
grabbing the Hamburger and the Picnic Lunch. Use the Pencil Eraser on the big
pencil blocking your path. In the next and final room, grab the Brain Food
Lunch and the Cup of Lifenoodles and talk to the Talah Rama. He tells you about
destiny and whatnot, and gives you the Yogurt Dispenser. Talk to the monkey
in the room with him, and he tells you to meet him outside of the cave.
Traverse your way outside, and talk to the monkey to your left. Follow him to
the road, and he teaches you PSI Teleport A. This form of teleportation allows
you to go to any places you've already visited. You have to have room in a
straight line in front of you for it to work though. The monkey says that you
can manually turn yourselves during the run if you have room, but I have never
needed to do that. Later in the game, you will get a much better form of
teleportation, but I won't get into that now.

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With the Yogurt Dispenser in hand, return to Fourside. Return to the Department
Store, and give the Yogurt Dispenser to the maid standing nearby. Follow her
into the Monotoli building as she leaves. Go up to the 47th floor, and then
take the second elevator on the right side of the hallway up to the 48th floor.
Once off, go through the door on the left. Follow the hall all the way to the
left, and go through the far left door. Continue through the up and left doors
to find a room with a Vital Capsule. Grab it, and then exit through the door on
the left. In this room, take the upper right door, and then the left door in
the following room. A boss battle begins in this room.

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                           |     Clumsy Robot     |
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This is an odd boss fight, to say the least. Ness's PSI attacks don't work, as
the robot as a psychic shield surrounding him that deflects all such attacks.
Simply Bash the boss with your party, using Ness's lifeup abilities if the need
arises. Throughout the fight, the robot will consume sandwhiches to recover all
of his Hit Points. Most of the time, the Clumsy Robot will do nothing during
his turns, and most of his attacks will miss. However, every now and then he
gets in extremely cheap shots. Continue Bashing and using Lifeup as needed, and
finally the Runaway Five will run into the room. One of the guys runs behind
the boss and flips a switch off, ending the fight.
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After the fight, continue through the double doors on the left to find Paula in
Monotoli's office. After chasing Monotoli a little bit, talk to Paula to have
her rejoin your party. Then talk to Monotoli to learn a little more about the
Evil Mani Mani statue. Apparently, great forces of evil don't want for Ness and
the gang to go to Summers. Accordingly, Monotoli lends you his helicopter to go
there. Go through the door that he opens, and continue through the next hall to
the left. You make it to the helipad just in time to see Pokey steal the
helicopter.

Heading back through Monotoli's office, Paula has a revelation - to get to
Summers, the party must return to Threed. As you are going back down to the
city, you get a call from Apple Kid. He says that in order to face the forces
of evil, he needs to invent something that he calls the "Phase Distorter." He
mentions needing to find Jeff's father, but the call ends.

In the lobby, you receive yet another call. This time, it's from Orange Kid,
but the call is meaningless. Head outside and hop on the Runaway Five tour bus
to head back to Threed.

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Back in Threed, head back up north where Jeff crashed the Sky Runner during his
first journey. Go down the ladder in the cemetary and into the catacombs.
Approach the Sky Runner, and Jeff will fix it, taking your party back to
Winters to Dr. Andonuts's lab.

Talk to Dr. Andonuts, and he tells you to go check out the are around
Stonehenge. While you're gone, he will work on the Sky Runner.

Do you remember wen you first took control of Jeff, on the way from his school
to Dr. Andonuts's lab, that you passed through a cave that had the shining
symbol of a "Your Sanctuary" location? Now is the time to take care of that.
Head north and into the cave above Stonehenge. Approach the shining spot to
initiate another boss battle.

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                           |       Shrooom!       |
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Not a difficult fight at all. Have Ness continually use PSI Rockin, have Paula
use her strongest level of PSI Fire, and have Jeff use whatever items he has in
his inventory. If he has nothing, have him Shoot Shrooom!, but don't expect him
to do any substantial damage. This boss has several annoying abilities,
including poison, mushroom spores, and lifeup. This fight should go as smoothly
as all of the others have. If need be, use Ness's lifeup abilities to keep the
party up. It shouldn't be long before the giant mushroom goes down.
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Continue through to the Rainy Circle, letting the Sound Stone records its
melody. Once that's done, head back through the cave and back to Dr. Andonuts's
lab. He tells you that he has finished remodelling the Sky Runner. Approach the
machine, and hop along for the ride to Summers.

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After crash landing in Summers, head north to get onto the road. From here you
can check out the Shop and Restaurant at your own leisure. When you're ready,
head to the east to enter the port town of Toto. Go in all of the houses near
the water until you find a guy with dreadlocks and orange and yellow beads in
his hair. Talk to him to get the phone number of the Stoic Club. Upon leaving
his house, you get a call from Jeff's friend Tony (how he acquired your number,
I have no clue). He asks you to input your own name. Afterwards, head back into
Summers and go into a building with a telephone. Use it to call the Stoic Club.

After making a reservation there, head over to the club. Keep talking to the
woman in the lower right corner until she offers some of her magic cake to you.
She tells you to meet her at her stand. Leave the Stoic Club and follow the
bottom of the road to the west until you see her. Take some of the cake, and
you will assume the role of the final member of your party.

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You take control of Poo. The man to your left tells you it's time to complete
your final training. He instructs you to go to the "Place of Emptiness" to
finish it. Grab the Brain Stone, Cup of Lifenoodles, and the Brain Food Lunch
from the nearby chests, and exit the building by following the hallway to the
right.

Descend the dirt path down the mountain, and go into the cottage directly
underneath the building where you got Poo. Grab the Bottle of Water from the
chest and leave the building. In the third cottage down the path, grab the Jar
of Delisauce from inside. Head down to the far right part of this area, and
talk to the man standing by the rope ladder. When he dissapears, climb to the
top of the "pillar." Poo will sit down and begin to meditate. He will be
interrupted and informed to go back to his master. Do NOT move. Instead, ignore
the messenger and remain still.

You will enter a battle-like sequence where you will be asked a series of
questions. Answer yes to all of the questions, and when you come out of the
sequence, another messenger will tell you that you have completed your
training. Do as he instructs you and return to the palace in the upper left
part of the area. Talk to the man on the left. Poo will level up a few times,
learn some new abilities, and will teleport himself to Summers to meet his
companions. Now, your true party is finally assembled.

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Now that you have everyone, head north into the Museum. Continue through the
stairs until you are at the upper level. Talk to the man guarding the door.
Regardless of how you answer his question, he will move for you.

In the next room, take down the two Shattered Men with your hardest hitting PSI
Rockin and PSI Freeze attacks. After the two battles, read the tablet on the
exhibit. The most important part of this text is the end:

    1/6
4         3

  2     5

"Dance in front of the Sphinx!"

Paula tells Ness it's time to go to Scaraba.

Upon exiting the Museum, answer the telephone that is ringing off the hook in
the lobby. It is Mr. Spoon from the Fourside Museum of Natural History,
exclaiming that he has found something extraordinary. After hanging up, head
outside and teleport to Fourside. Notice that you have already gotten PSI
Teleport B (yes, I realize the symbol is "ß," or the double s in German. I
don't feel like typing alt+0223 all the time).

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Head to the Museum near the middle of the city. Pay the entrance fee, and head
to the far side of the room on the left. The guy guarding the door says he'll
tell you something extraordinary if you can get the autograph of the new singer
of the Topolla Theater, Venus. Before going to the Theater, however, I
recommend that you run to the top floor of the Department Store and grab a
Super Plush Bear or two. They will come in very handy for some fights you are
about to face.

Head just a little southwest to the Theater, and fork over another $30 for a
Show Ticket. Go check out the show, and afterwards, head through the left door
to find Venus. Talk to her, and she'll autograph a banana for you. Head back to
the Museum and give the Signed Banana to the man standing in front of the door.
He tells you of a light shining down in the sewers past this door, where he saw
a huge monster rat. Once he steps aside, head through the door and down through
the manhole.

In the sewers, head to the far left to find a Croissant in a trash can. Go back
to the right and take the ladder down into the actual water. Go to the far
right and back out of the water to advance right one screen. Go back into the
water and continue to the right. Do the same thing in the next screen until you
come upon the shining spot. The fifth "Your Sanctuary" battle ensues upon
talking to the spot.

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                           |      Plague Rat      |
                           |       of Doom        |
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This is an especially nasty fight. None of the boss fights have really been a
challenge up to this point. I remember during my first playthrough of this
game, more than ten years ago, this was one of the hardest areas of the game.
Actually getting to the Plague Rat of Doom is a challenge in itself. The Super
Plush Bear(s) you bought will really be a help up to and even during this
fight. The Plague Rat not only has some nasty poison abilities, but he can land
several SMASH attacks in a row. Have Ness Bash or use highest level of PSI
Rockin, have Paula and Poo use their highest levels of PSI Freeze, and have
Jeff use any items he has in his inventory before reverting to shooting at the
monster. As always, keep your party up with Lifeup, which thankfully, Poo also
has. If you are having a lot of trouble at this point, you should go level your
characters up, especially Poo (he starts out at level 15 when you get him in
Dalaam). Soon enough, the fight should end.
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Go up the ladder and absorb the melody of Magnet Hill. Also, BE SURE to grab
the Carrot Key from the nearby chest. When you're done, leave the sewers and
return to the city above. It's already time to go to the sixth "Your Sanctuary"
location. Teleport to Dalaam.

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Enter the temple, and talk to Poo's master at the far left to rest all of your
characters. Use the man to the right with the phone on his head to call Ness's
dad and save the game. Make sure that someone in your party has the Franklin
Badge. Call Escargo Express if you need to. Afterwards, leave the temple and go
to the bottom left part of the floating land. Use the Carrot Key that you just
picked up, and the rabbits and keys themselves dissappear. Enter the cave.

Continue straight to the far left and enter the tunnel. Go down the long rope
ladder. At the bottom, go to the far left and get the Bracer of Kings. Equip
it on Poo for a nice 30 Defense boost. Go back to the beginning of the cave and
climb the rope ladder near the entrance. Continue up the next rope ladder and
follow the path to the right. Drop down the hole, and in the next room, take
the Sudden Guts Pill from the present box. Continue to the left, but avoid the
first hole you come to, it simply drops you down near the Bracer of Kings
again. Instead, drop down the hole near the far left wall. Take the Rock Candy
from the present box, and drop down the next hole. Continue to the left to the
shining spot. Before talking to the spot, give the Franklin Badge to your party
member who dies the most. When you're ready, talk to the spot to initiate the
boss battle.

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                           |  Thunder and Storm   |
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Another straightforward boss fight. Again, have Ness use his PSI Rockin, while
Paula and Poo use their highest level of PSI Freeze, and have Jeff use any
damaging items from his inventory until reverting to shoot. This battle isn't
too tough, the Franklin Badge will be especially helpful whenever Thunder and
Storm use their lightning based attacks. As your characters take hits, keep
them up with Ness and Poo's PSI Lifeup. As all other boss fights, after some
time, Thunder and Storm should fall without a whole world of trouble.
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Step through the tunnel and record the melody of the Pink Cloud. Exit the cave,
and head back up to the temple in the upper-left side to rest for free. Save
your game, then teleport back to Summers.

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Once back in Summers, head back to the east to the port town Toto. Near the
water's edge, talk to the sailor that is looking out onto the ocean. He offers
to give you a ride over to Scaraba for $20 a head. He tells you that you'll
probably run into the Kraken. Accept his offer. Shortly afterwards, you do
indeed run into the Kraken.

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                           |----------------------|
                           |        Kraken        |
                           0======================0

This battle should not be nearly as difficult as the recent fight with Thunder
and Storm was. Simply follow the same strategy - PSI Rockin, PSI Freeze, Jeff
using items and shooting, then PSI Lifeup as needed. As a matter of fact, if
you want to save a little PP, just have Ness Bash while everyone else does what
they're best at. Either way, the Kraken should drop quickly.
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After defeating the Kraken, listen to the rest of the sailor's humorous dialog.
Your journey eventually ends in Scaraba. Check out the various shops around the
place, and buy whatever you deem necessary. You'll find another Weapons Dealer
in the Hotel. When you've gotten your group ready, head back outside and go as
far southeast as you can to find the Sphinx guarding the pyramid. Do as the
heiroglyph instructed, and step on the tiles in front of the Sphinx in the
appropriate order:

    1/6
4          3

  2      5

In other words, step on the upper tile first, then the bottom-left tile, then
the upper right-tile, then the upper-left tile, then the bottom-right tile, and
finally, step on the top tile again to unlock the pyramid above the Sphinx.
Enter the pyramid.

There are enemies here that can cause poison as well as give you the cold, so
keep some PP saved for PSI Healing B for that. Once inside, simply head to the
right. Go up all the stairs you come too, and continue right through each room.
Go past the room with altar, all the way to the far right side, grabbing the
Viper, Speed Capsule, and Cup of Lifenoodles from the various caskets along the
way. When you reach the enemy guarding the door, another boss battle ensues.

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                           |----------------------|
                           |   Guardian General   |
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This boss has a very high defense count, but low HP, so it evens out. Have Ness
Bash or use his highlest level of PSI Rockin, while Paula and Poo rely on PSI
Freeze, and have Jeff simply shoot the boss. The Guardian has attacks the range
from a moderate bit of damage against your guys, or a fairly heavy amount of
damage. Have Ness or Poo use PSI Lifeup when necessary.
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Once the boss is taken care of, head through the door on the right. In this
final room, step on the weird tile. Grab the Rain Pendant in the nearby casket,
and go back to the room with the altar. You'll see that the coffin has moved.
Drop down the newly uncovered hole. Grab the Hawk Eye from the pedestal, and
exit the room through the door on the right. Again, continue to the right all
the way to the room with another hole in the floor. Grab the Diamond Band from
the casket, and drop down the hall. From here, head to the left, traversing the
staircase and out of the final door back into the desert.

Upon exiting the pyramid, Poo meets an old friend from Dalaam who must take him
away to show him the ways of "Starstorm" (you'll learn what this is later).
Once Poo is gone, talk to the gentleman just to the left to get the Key to the
Tower. Follow his instructions and head to the northwest, where you'll
eventually come upon The Dungeon Man (remember him when you were playing as
Jeff?). Use the Key to the Tower that you just got to enter.

Inside, the nearby sign states:

Welcome. You are inside my body.
(signed)...Brick Road

Follow the path up until you reach the next sign. To the left is a hospital, an
ATM machine, a phone, and the equivalent of a free hotel (the bench). Prepare
yourself, then head right past the second sign. Continue reading the signs as
you make your way through this area for clues. Once the path splits, take the
right side and open the present box to find some Molokheiya Soup. Return to the
split and take the middle road. Follow it past the next "Good Night Bench" and
take the Cup of Lifenoodles from the far present box. Return to the split again
and take the left path.

Follow the path, taking the $5 from the present box. Take the path immediately
behind the sign. Work your way through here to get a Snake and a Super Plush
Bear. From there, work back down to the sign and follow the path that hooks to
the left and up to find four rope ladders against a wall. The third rope is the
only one that doesn't lead to a dead end, so take it.

This area is very easy to traverse. Go through all of the nooks and crannies
and open all of the present boxes to find $10, a Pizza, a Sudden Guts Pill, and
a PSI Caramel. Once you're finished plundering, head to the west side of the
room, and take the next rope ladder up to the third floor of the Dungeon Man's
body. In this room, follow the curves while examing the "exhibits" and climb
the fourth rope ladder. Talk to the face sticking out of the wall, this man is
Brick Road. He instructs you to jump down the return hole. Do as he says.
Continue jumping down the holes, grabbing the IQ capsule along the way. At the
end, take a rest on the bench, and call your dad to save your game. Exit the
dungeon.

Outside, the Dungeon Man will follow you. Head south. In battles, he will help
you by occasionally constricting enemies. Head south through the small group of
palm trees. Your new friend will get stuck in the trees and will be unable to
continue. Head to the east and talk to the native. He offers to take you across
the river to a place called Deep Darkness. He infers that you need a submarine
to make the journey. Head back to Dungeon Man and talk to him. He tells you
that he has an old submarine inside of him that you can use. Enter him again,
and retrace your steps all the way back to the fourth floor. Talk to Brick Road
and he'll open the Goodbye Exit for you. Continue falling down the holes. Grab
the Talisman Ribbon from the present box. At the end, follow the path to find a
lot of old junk. Approach the Submarine, and Jeff will fix it. The party
carries it outside and travels to the next area.

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Upon arriving, you can use the nearby phone to call your dad and you can talk
to the monkey below it to rest. Head to the right and go north past the
Weapons Dealer to get onto the grass. Talk to the monkey on the right to teach
him PSI Teleport and he'll give you an item called "Monkey's Love." Buy
whatever items you need to buy. For an upcoming boss battle, I recommend that
you buy a Multi Bottle Rocket from the Weapons Dealer if you have the money on
you. Afterwards, head south. Go into your inventory and use the Hawk Eye. The
entire place becomes clear.

As you traverse through the darker areas of water, as you may have noticed,
your HP is slowly drained. The man using the straw to breathe through the water
can be used as an ATM machine, however, any money that you withdraw he keeps.
Continue past him, and stay south until the path splits - go to the left, and
continue on. The various giftboxes here contain Beef Jerky, and an IQ Capsule.
Continue west and back on land. The destroyed helicopter is the one that Pokey
stole from Monotoli. Inspect it, and Jeff notices that the engine is missing.
Take the Cup of Lifenoodles from the nearby present box. Go down and to the
left, back into the water. Continue until you get back on dry land. There is a
Souvenir Coin in a nearby present box. Head up and to the right, and continue
up to find a piece of Rock Candy in another present box. Drop back down, and
head east through the thick trees. Follow the path to find Master Barf.

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                           |----------------------|
                           |     Master  Barf     |
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This time, the Jar of Fly honey does nothing to the boss. He can poison someone
in your party, and he can make everyone begin to cry. If you bought a Multi
Bottle Rocket for Jeff earlier, this fight will be a breeze. Use it, and you
will rip a huge hole in Master Barf's HP - you may even get an instant kill.
Otherwise, have Ness Bash or use PSI Rockin, have Paula stick to PSI Freeze,
and have Jeff use his own weapon. Ness can heal when necessary. When Master
Barf's HP drops down low enough, Poo rejoins the party and uses his newly
learned PSI Starstorm to end the fight
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After the fight, continue north and follow the path to the left. Enter the big
cave in the upper left corner.

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Let me welcome to Tenda Village. Unfortunately, the local Tendites are too shy
to do the same. Upon first entering the cave, use the nearby phone to call your
dad and save your game and take the Death Ray from the trash can. Almost all of
the Tendites in the cave are too shy to speak to you, and you are not yet able
to buy anything from them. However, you will find one villager who chooses to
break custom. Head to the center of the cave and walk down to find the Chief.
Talk to him to learn of a book called "Overcoming Shyness" which, considering
the situation, would prove invaluable. Alas, no one knows where to find the
text.

Leave the cave and you will get a call from Apple Kid. He is working on the
Eraser Eraser Machine at Dr. Andonut's Lab in Winters. The call with him is
interrupted by someone else... Shortly afterwards, you get another call from
Orange Kid telling you that Apple Kid has the "Overcoming Shyness" book that
you need. Teleport to Winters.

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                          5.3.8 - Winters (Revisited)
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You arrive outside of Jeff's boarding school. Head south through the various
paths to the area with all of the tents. Speak again with the Bubble Monkey to
summon Tessie who will take to the island to the south. Head down and if you
have the Pencil Eraser with you, use it on the nearby statue. If not, head into
the cave and traverse the small maze to come out of the other side. Continue on
and enter the cave to which your current path leads. Inside, follow the path to
the left through all of the "doors." In the far left room, take the rope to the
upper level and exit the cave through the left.

Outside, head through the usual route past Stonehenge and into Dr. Andonut's
laboratory. Talk to the mouse to the right of the table to get the Eraser
Eraser Machine that Apple Kid told you about. Leave the lab and head north to
Stonehenge. Approach the hole in the center to go down into the labrynth.

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There are many dangers waiting for you in Stonehenge Base. Be very cautious of
the Starman enemies that teleport directly into the middle of your party. If
you are not careful, you will be seeing many red screens throughout this area.
There are three different Starman variations here: Starman, Starman Super, and
a final variation that you will meet in due time. Regular Starmen are not so
tough, and you should be able to take them out in just a few rounds. Starmen
Supers are a bit more difficult. They are protected by a PSI shield, so any
attacks that you throw at them are simply reflected back to you. There is
another enemy here around which you should be very careful - the Atomic Power
Robot. They can replenish their HP without using any PP (they have none). If
you find these Robots in a group of enemies, always kill them last so that all
of your party members can gang up on them. Since I have introduced the Starmen,
I will also introduce something unique about the Starmen Supers. (I'm going to
box this so it will stand out to anyone shuffling through the guide).

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                            |-The Sword of Kings-|
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Stonehenge Base is the only place in the game where you can find a weapon that
Poo can use that does not hinder him. This weapon is called "The Sword of
Kings." The golden Starmen Supers that you find in the base have a 1/128 chance
of dropping one of these swords after battle. There is nothing you can do to
increase these odds - you may find one of the Swords on your third battle, or
you can fight hundreds of Starmen Supers and never see the weapon. There are
many concerns that I must address in regards to The Sword of Kings. For one, if
you are deadset on finding one, probability tells you that you will fight many
Starmen, thus, you may be overlevelled from here on out. The first time that I
actually stayed to look for one of the Swords, all of my characters were over
level 80 when I finished and there was no challenge in the rest of the game.
Another concern has two parts - you can actually get more than one Sword, and
they cannot be abandoned in your inventory. So if you get lucky and get two or
more swords, they must stay in your inventory until you can leave and call to
have them stored away. The choice is yours; The Sword of Kings is a valuable
asset to Poo, but in no way is it necessary for you to finish the game.

Note that once you defeat the boss at the end of this area, all of the enemies
in Stonehenge Base disappear. Your only chance to get the Sword is before that.
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At any rate, let's move onward. After erasing the eraser, follow the rooms
and corridors in the only direction that you can, taking the door down the
hall that leads left. Continue until you get to the room with paths leading
down and to the right. Take the path on the right down to the door. In the next
room, head down and take the Spicy Jerky from the nearby present box. Head down
and to the right through the twisting corridor through the door.

You get to a room with another "fork." Take the path to the right that leads up
for a bit to find a Cup of Lifenoodles in a present box. Take it and head back
down the same path back to the room with the fork. Continue down and head again
in the only direction that you can, taking the door to the left. Follow the
path around to the right to get to another room with a "fork." Follow the path
at the top to get to a Guts Capsule in a present box. Return to the room and
take the path to the right to get to another door.

You finally get out of the underground maze. Here, head along the upper walkway
to the far right to find a Broken Harmonica. Go back to the left and head down
the ladder. Go to the right to find a PSI Caramel and continue to the right,
taking the long ladder all the way to the bottom. Head through the door on the
right to find a room with Exit Mice. Take one, and continue to the right
through the door.

This next room is hard to navigate because of the light. Stick to the bottom
and go to the right, following the curve upward to find a Broken Trumpet. Turn
around and follow the path back to the left, taking the upward branch. After
following its "C" shape, head down and left to find a Pixie's Bracelet, then to
the far upper-right corner to find a Speed Capsule. From this present box, head
down then take the immediate right through the door. Walk past all of the test
tubes and through the door to the final room to find the boss for this area.

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                           |----------------------|
                           |    Starman Deluxe    |
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I highly recommend that you use any form of PSI shield that you have at the
beginning of this fight. Starman Deluxe can be a pain, be he is really not that
big of a problem. Have Jeff use Shield Killer or Neutralizer to remove the PSI
shield around this boss. Afterwards, if Jeff has any Bottle Rockets on him,
feel free to use them. Have everyone else beat on the boss with their strongest
PSI attacks and heal whenever it is necessary. If for some reason you do not
have the necessary items to get rid of the boss's shield, have everyone bash
away at the monster. Occasionally, Starman Deluxe calls upon other Starmen to
aid him in this battle. If this is the case, ignore them and focus solely on
the boss. Once he's down, they are all down.
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Once the fight is over, head back through the door on the left into the
previous room. Speak with the Mr. Saturn on the bottom right corner to get a
Saturn Ribbon. Speak with Apple Kid to learn that he has returned the book
"Overcoming Shyness" to the library. Finally, speak with Dr. Andonuts to learn
that he has begun working on the Phase Distorter. After all of the
conversations, leave the base or use an exit mouse. Once outside, teleport to
Onett.

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In Onett, go to the town library where you first got the map at the beginning
of the game. In the lobby, the boy wearing the masks tells you that you should
be able to find the book on the bookcase. Head into the room and notice that
the bookcase is divided into three sections. Head to the far left section and
search the right side of it to find the book that you need. Head outside again
and teleport back to Tenda Village.

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Inside the cave, go back to the Tendite that talked to you earlier. While
facing him, go into your inventory and use the book that you just picked up
from Onett. The leader reads the book to everyone, and all of the Tendites
overcome their shyness. To show the gratitude of the village, the leader gives
you a piece of Tendakraut, and all of the services within the village open up
to you. Head to the bottom-left corner of the cave and speak with the Tendite
standing near the rock. He will move it for you, revealing a rope ladder. Head
down it and through the door on the left.

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Head to the left and down around the curve and go down the ladder. Down here,
head to the upper left and open the present box near the rock to get a Super
Bomb. Go back to the bottom right and back up the ladder. Continue up and to
the left, walking past the hole in the ground to reach another ladder. Head
down it to reach another lower level. Walk to the bottom and take the IQ Capsle
from the present box. Go up the ladder just above the present box to get back
to the upper level. head to the right and take the Diadem of Kings from the
present box (this is a must, it is one of the best pieces of armor for Poo in
the game). Go back to the left and down the ladder to get back to the lower
level. Take the ladder at the top of this area to get back to the main area.

Head to the right and when you reach the hole in the ground, take the fork up
and follow the entire curve to reach a present box with a Luck Capsule. Head
down the nearby ladder to get back to the lower level. Head down and follow the
curve back up and to the left, taking the Rock Candy from the present box on
the way. There is a ladder to the left. Before taking it, head to the right a
bit and take the bottle of DX Water from the present box. Backtrack and head up
the ladder to get back to the upper level. Head up and to the left to find a
Cup of Lifenoodles in a present box. Drop down the nearby hole to get back to
the lower level. Head up and to the right to find some Spicy Jerky, then climb
the ladder at the far right. Head down and to the left to find the shining
spot. Before talking to it, grab the Rabbit's Foot from the present box to the
left. Before anything else, if you still have the Franklin Badge in your
inventory, equip it now to make the next fight a breeze. Speak with the shining
spot to initiate the seventh "Your Sanctuary" battle.

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                           |----------------------|
                           |    Electro Specter   |
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Start the battle off with PSI Shield to help defend against his attacks. If you
have repaired the Broken Machine you found in Apple Kid's house in Twoson into
the Counter-PSI Unit and you have it with you, use it now. If it succeeds, you
can disable Electro Specter's PSI powers for four turns. At any rate, break the
boss's shield with Jeff's Shield Killer or Neutralizer. This is another
standard boss fight with nothing special. Have everyone use their strongest
attacks and heal when necessary and the boss should fall without much of a
problem.
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After defeating Electro Specter, head to the upper left corner of the cavern
around the shining spot and fall into the hole to reach the true Lumine Hall.
Walk down the hall to the left and the sound stone will absorb the sound of
Lumine Hall. Continue walking to the left and fall down the hole on the far
side to reach the next area of the game.

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The Lost Underworld is yet another unique area of the game. Your characters are
now the size of only a few pixels. In a prehistoric setting, that is not a good
thing. The monsters roaming this area are huge compared to your party, and they
are very difficult to escape from. Additionally, these monsters are some of the
strongest you have faced so far in the game, so unless you just want to grind
for a bit you may want to try and avoid them. The trees are very helpful in
that the monsters chasing you can get caught in them.

Another important thing to bring to your attention is the geysers that are
located throughout the map: two blue ones and a red one. Walking into the
waters of the blue geysers completely heals the party's HP and PP, while
walking into the water of the red geyser will heal any status ailments that the
party may have. Coming from Lumine Hall, your party is in the lower right
corner of this area. The first blue geyser is to your immediate northwest (I
will point the others out as you come across them). From the geyser, head all
the way top the left until the rocks stop you. Travel straight up to find a
present box with a Brain Food Lunch. Head down and walk around the rocks to the
right to reach an enclosed bird that you can use a telephone. Call your dad and
save your game.

Get out of the enclosed area with the phone and head to the right as far as you
can go until the rock wall stops you. Head straight down to find another
present box with a Horn of Life. Now follow the rock wall on the right straight
up and open the present box at the top to find the Sea Pendant. Naturally, all
of these items are optional, but the Sea Pendant is especially helpful to have.
It protects the wearer from PSI Fire, PSI Freeze, and PSI Flash. From this
present box, walk around the rocks to the left and head back up to find yet
another present box with a Guts Capsule. From here, walk straight down to find
two rocks sitting in the middle of the area. Head from them to the left to find
another village of Tendites. Head to the gate at the bottom of the enclosed
area. Two nearby Tendites will open up the gate and take the Tendakraut from
your party. Talk to the big rock to the right and he will talk to you about
your journey, telling you that the final "Your Sanctuary" location is located
to the southwest. Finally, he will heal you.

It's time to prepare yourself. Speak with the Tendite in the upper left corner
of the enclosed area to have access to your money. He will give you whatever
you withdraw, but charges a processing fee of the same amount. You can teleport
somewhere else and get your money and return, but you may have so much money
that it doesn't matter. Regardless, get some money and then re-equip as best as
you can from the store in the village. Buy all of the necessities (if you
teleported somewhere else to get money, it would not be a bad idea at all to
get some Bottle Rockets for Jeff. When you are prepared, leave the village.
Note that the red geyser that heals status ailments is immediately north of the
village.

From the village, head west until you hit the edge on the left side of the map.
Take note of the cave to the north. You can go inside of it if you want to, but
this cave doesn't mean much right now. Head south and then to the right. From
here, head north to find the Cloak of Kings in a present box (another item that
I highly recommend that you not miss). Head south to find the second blue
geyser nearby another telephone. Heal up then call your dad to save your game.
Equip the Sea Pendant that you just found on one of your characters. From the
phone, head west and enter the cave.

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Welcome to the location of the final melody. The appropriately named Fire
Spring is mostly crawling with enemies that rely on fire and are weak to ice.
Be sure to use their weaknesses to your advantage. From the entrance, head to
the right past the first cave and climb up the first rope. Climb up the second
rope and enter the nearby cave. When you walk in, if there are a lot of enemies
that you do not want to fight, you can back out of the cave and re-enter it to
reset the enemies that are in the cave. Do this as much as you want to keep
your party in their best shape. You can pretty much get to the boss without
fighting a single regular enemy. At any rate, enter the cave and exit through
the right. Climb down the nearby rope and open the present box to get a Bag of
Dragonite. Backtrack to the very first rope that you climbed. Continue to the
right and enter the second cave. Inside, head through and out of the hallway
back out to the main area. If you want, you can head to the far right of the
cave from here to find a present box with a Cherub's Band for Paula, but it is
not necessary.

From the door that you came out of, climb the nearby rope, and climb the second
rope to the left of the lava. Enter the cave to the left to find a present box
with a Horn of Life. Exit the cave and head back down the rope. Head into the
cave to the right of the lava and exit through the right. Outside again, climb
the rope and climb the second rope to the left. Enter the nearby cave. There
are two exits in this area. Take the one in the middle of the screen. Climb the
rope to the left and walk to the right. Climb down this rope and open the
present box to get the Moon Beam Gun. Head back into the cave that had two
exits and take the one on the far left. Climb the series of two ropes to get to
the shining spot and the final "Your Sanctuary" battle. Before speaking to the
spot, make sure that the Sea Pendant is equipped on someone. Additionally, if
you have any Night Pendants or other items that protect against PSI Flash,
equip on whoever you can. Finally, initiate the battle.

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                           |     Carbon Dog       |
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                           |     Diamond Dog      |
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This battle is unique in the fact that it is a two-part battle. I will list the
strategies according to the particular battle.

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                                  Carbon Dog
                                  ==========

As is custom in Fire Spring, Carbon Dog likes to focus on fire-based attacks.
Equipping the Sea Pendant on someone will come in handy here. The first part of
this battle is not too tough. However, do NOT use any kind of Bottle Rockets on
Carbon Dog. When he is defeated, he transforms and gains a physical shield. If
the attack that kills him is physical, some of the damage will be reflected
back to the party - if a Bottle Rocket is what kills him, this could be
devastating. Play it safe and don't use them in this fight. Obviously, the boss
is weak against PSI Freeze, so have Paula and Poo attack him with their
strongest attacks. He is also weak against PSI Flash, so have Ness use that.
This monster does not fall, he simply transforms into a more powerful variant.

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                                  Diamond Dog
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The Sea Pendant and Night Pendants (if you had any) come in very handy during
this fight. Diamond Dog has an attack called "Glorious Light" that can
instantly kill or paralyze anyone in the party that is not protected. He also
has a bite that can diamondize one of your characters. From the beginning of
the fight, Diamond Dog gains a power shield (the one that I mentioned at the
end of the Carbon Dog strategy), so use Jeff's Neutralizer to get rid of it.
Once the shield is down, give this boss everything that you have, including
Jeff's Bottle Rockets. Eventually, he will fall. If this fight takes a couple
of tries, do not be discouraged, it is not an easy fight.
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After the fight, DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT immediately go through the newly-
opened cave. Back off for a second and open up your inevntory. Make sure that
Ness is equipped with strong items. Also, make sure that he has the Sea Pendant
from the Lost Underworld. If you have the Franklin Badge, give it to him. Fill
up the rest of his inventory with healing items and perhaps the Bag of
Dragonite from Fire Spring. When you are ready, head through the cave and
approach the Fire Spring to record the eighth and final melody with your sound
stone. You see another vision of Ness's childhood then are transported to the
next area.

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                                 5.4.5 - Magicant
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You find yourself within the intricacies of Ness's mind. Head to the right to
find a place where you can rest or fiddle with the items you have stored with
your siser. To the south are two buildings - the one on the left has an ATM and
a phone you can use to save your game, while the one on the right is a shop.
Get some money and buy a few Magic Puddings from the shop, you will need them
shortly. From the buildings, head to the left over the water to the next
island. On the far left side is a present box with a PSI Caramel. In the center
is another building, this time a hotel. Head up from here and into the lonely
building surrounded by graves. This place is the home of the flying men. You
can enlist their help throughout Magicant. I highly recommend that you use
their help, but do not rely solely on them. They will not make it to the end of
this area.

From the home of the Flying Men, head to the right and the ground turns a
strange pink/purple. Note that there are several different kinds of enemies in
this area, but the one that you should worry about the most is called the "Care
Free Bomb." Each turn they throw Bombs and Super Bombs, so it is in your best
interest to take them out as quickly as possible. If you come against more than
one at a time, I suggest you tun for it. Also, the Uncontrollable Spheres self-
destruct once you kill them, so take them out last. At any rate, take the right
path at the fork and follow it around to find a Bag of Dragonite in a present
box. You can talk to the Ness standing by it to get a Baseball Cap, but it is
not significant. Go back down and take the fork straight up and continue up
past another fork to find the Goddess Band.

Go back down and take the fork to the right and follow the path in the only
direction that you can from here on out. Make absolutely sure that you get the
Magicant Bat from the present box at the top, and take the Magic Tart from the
last present box. Once you reach the end of the path, check the tentacle to be
transported to the next area.

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                              5.4.6 - Sea of Eden
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The only enemies you will find in the Sea of Eden are Krakens like the one you
fought on the way to Scaraba earlier in the game. You can only head in one
direction in this entire area and there are no present boxes or anything of the
like. All throughout the Sea you will pass stalagmite-shaped objects and two
circle-shaped objects on the right. You can use these to avoid the Krakens as
they can easily get stuck on them. Regadless, make your way around the big
curve to the upper-left portion of the area to find the Evil Mani Mani statue.
Replenish your health and PP and when you're ready, step onto the golden
platform and talk to the statue to initiate the fight.

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                           0======================0
                           |-     BOSS FIGHT     -|
                           |----------------------|
                           |   Ness's Nightmare   |
                           0======================0

Ness's Nightmare is the physical incarnation of all of Ness's negative
emotions. In order to find the strength to defeat Giygas, this Nightmare must
be destroyed. There are two good methods for defeating this boss, with one
being better than the other. The first strategy is to use any Bags of Dragonite
that you may have then to follow up with the biggest PSI powers that you have.
The alternative is to let Ness's Nightmare drain all of its PP while you keep
your HP up and keep yourself healed of any status ailments. Either method is
fine, although the first is truly a better one. Regardless of whichever one you
choose, heal when necessary and the fight should end before too long.
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After the battle, Ness hears his own voice telling him to go to Saturn Valley.
Following that, Ness's psychic powers radically expand. You get huge stat, HP,
and PP boosts and realize some psychic powers. Ness wakes up in Fire Spring and
the Sound Stone is missing. The party regroups and teleports to Saturn Valley.

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                       5.4.7 - Saturn Valley (Revisited)
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In Saturn Valley, Dr. Andonuts and Apple Kid show off their latest creation:
the Phase Distorter II. With it, one can travel through space. After giving it
a test run, Dr. Andonuts informs you that one crucial piece is missing:
Zexonyte. This element is found in meteorites. Have you seen a meteorite
anywhere recently? I thought so too. Teleport to Onett.

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                           5.4.8 - Onett (Revisited)
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Onett is now cloaked in darkness, and enemies much stronger than Spiteful
Crows, Runaway Dogs, and Coil Snakes are present. Make your way back to Ness's
house and talk to your mom to get some rest then call your dad to save your
game. The enemies here can be an extreme pain. You will find Evil Eyes that can
diamondize you, Ghost of Starmen with PSI Starstorm powers, and Mechanical
Octobots that can steal from you. Head outside and take the road below Ness's
house down. Follow the familiar path to the top of the mountain. Here, check
the meteor in the ground to get the piece of meteorite for which you are
searching. Step up a little, and teleport back to Saturn Valley.

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                       5.4.9 - Saturn Valley (Revisited)
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Give the piece of meteorite to Dr. Andonuts and head over to the hotel to rest
for a bit. When you wake up, the Phase Distorter II is ready. You are
approaching the final point of no return in the game, so make absolutely sure
that you are prepared. Be sure to teleport around the world and stock up on
Multi Bottle Rockets, Horns of Life, Brain Food Lunches, and anything else that
you can think of. Also check out the new items in the store in Saturn Valley -
Flame Pendants, Rain Pendants, and Night Pendants. Again, I stress the point,
when you get on the Phase Distorter II, you can NOT turn around, so make sure
that you are ready. When I first played this game many years ago, I didn't
realize this and I travelled on severely underprepared. Guess what happened? I
could not finish that file.

But alas, when you are ready, talk to Dr. Andonuts and step into the Phase
Distorter. You will end up in the cave that you may have gone into in the Lost
Underworld. Head East, and the Star Master appears one last time. He teaches
Poo the strongest level of PSI Starstorm. Afterwards, continue to the right and
check the rubble from the first Phase Distorter to get a Horn of Life. Wait
around for a bit, and a new Phase Distorter (III) appears. You learn that this
machine can travel through space and time, but all livings things are destroyed
in the process. Ness and the rest of the group must be turned into robots to
finish this epic journey. Once the operation is complete, the group boards the
Phase Distorter III and travels to the final area of the game.

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                           5.5.0 - Cave of the Past
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In the Cave of the Past, you can use the Phase Distorter III to heal (Repair)
and save (Communicate) your game. There are some nasty monsters in this area,
including the Ghost of Starmen that you just fought in Onett. Additionally, you
may face the Squatter Demon that can poison and diamondize you, the Nuclear
Reactor Robot that can heal itself completely and self-destructs once you kill
him (always take him out last), Final Starmen that use destructive PSI attacks
and can revive fallen enemies, and the Bionic Kraken which has a 1/128 chance
of dropping Ness's ultimate weapon, the Gutsy Bat (it's a bummer that his best
weapon is in the final area).

From the Phase Distorter, head west and follow the path in the only direction
that you can. Grab the Legendary Bat from the present box and immediately equip
it. Continue north and into the sphere to transport to the next area. Follow
the curve up to the next sphere to transport to the next area. Follow this
final curve and enter the slit in the cave to truly enter the final area of the
game.

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                                5.5.1 - Giygas
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Replenish everyone's HP and PP. Follow the pulsating path north to the very
end. Approach the giant mechanism at the top. After some dialogue, the final
battle begins.

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                           |-     BOSS FIGHT     -|
                           |----------------------|
                           |        Giygas        |
                           0======================0

This is yet another unique battle in the sense that it occurs in multiple
parts. This time, you face a three part battle.

                                    ======
                                    Part I
                                    ======

In the beginning, you face an invincible Giygas and Heavily Armored Pokey.
If you can, begin the battle by putting up a psychic shield to protect against
Giygas's attacks. Heve Jeff fire Multi Bottle Rockets at Pokey, while the rest
of the group focuses on single-target PSI abilities. Additionally, any Bags of
Dragonite that you may still have are very helpful here. Don't attack Giygas,
as any attacks that reach him are reflected back to your party. Keep your
health up as necessary and Pokey should fall without too much of a struggle.

                                    ======
                                    Part 2
                                    ======

Pokey is gone and you now face Giygas alone. Have Jeff use his strongest attack
(Multi Bottle Rockets are useless now). Ness, Paula, and Poo should focus on
their strongest PSI attacks. Be sure to keep everyone alive and in good HP
standing. Soon, this part of the fight will be over and you move onto Giygas's
final form.

                                    ======
                                    Part 3
                                    ======

This is the most interesting part of the game. Realizing that they cannot
defeat Giygas by themselves, the party needs the help of all of their friends.
In this stage, Ness, Jeff, and Poo should defend and heal as necessary. Paula
is your most important person now. To defeat Giygas, Paula must pray each turn.
Every time that she does so, her prayers go to a different person back on
Earth. In turn, they pray for the safety of Ness and his friends. These earthly
prayers reach the battle and inflict massive damage upon Giygas. Giygas to
defend, pray, and heal as necessary and the battle will come to an end.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Congratulations, you have finally beaten "Earthbound." Now you can have some
endgame fun. The spirits of the party return to their earthly bodies. Jeff and
Poo say goodbye to everyone, and Paula asks you to take her home. You can
travel the world here and see how things have changed. However, to truly finish
the game and see the credits, return Paula to her home in Twoson, then teleport
back to Onett and return home and speak with your mother.

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                               6.0.0 - Bestiary [Future Version]
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I will have a complete listing of all the enemies in the game, under the
section where you first find them. It may take a second to figure it out, but I
think my layout is very informative. I will also include the bosses in this
section, but for strategies on how to beat them, go to the appropriate section.
Bosses are denoted with a "*[Name Of Monster]*".

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|-LEGEND-|
0========0

----
Name (Level: X)
----
[H]it [P]oints:
[P]sychic [P]oints:
[OFF]ense:
[DEF]ense:
Speed:
Guts:
IQ:
$$ (Money earned):
[Exp]erience Points:
Item Dropped - (Simplified Ratio)

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                               Onett (Meteorite)
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Coil Snake (Level: 1)
---------------------
HP: 18     Off: 3     Speed: 2     IQ: 6
PP:  0     Def: 4      Guts: 0     $$: 4
Exp: 1     Item: Cookie - (1/32)

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Runaway Dog (Level: 2)
----------------------
HP: 21     Off: 4     Speed: 26    IQ: 1
PP:  0     Def: 5      Guts:  0    $$: 3
Exp: 4     Item: Bread Roll - (1/32)

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Spiteful Crow (Level: 27)
-------------------------
HP: 24     Off: 5     Speed: 77     IQ: 1
PP:  0     Def: 3      Guts:  0     $$: 5
Exp: 3     Item: Cookie - (1/1)

---------------------------
*Starman Junior* (Level: 6)
---------------------------
HP: 200     Off: 11     Speed: 1     IQ: 80
PP: 999     Def: 10      Guts: 0     $$: 20
Exp: 16     Item: Nothing
---------------------------------------------

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                                Downtown Onett
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Pogo Punk (Level: 4)
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HP: 35     Off:  8     Speed: 3     IQ: 15
PP:  0     Def: 10      Guts: 0     $$: 18
Exp: 15    Item: Hamburger - (1/1)

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Skate Punk (Level: 3)
---------------------
HP: 31     Off: 7     Speed: 5     IQ: 13
PP:  0     Def: 8      Guts: 0     $$: 17
Exp: 12    Item: Pizza - (1/128)

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Yes Man Junior (Level: 4)
-------------------------
HP: 33     Off: 8     Speed: 4     IQ: 14
PP:  0     Def: 9      Guts: 0     $$: 18
Exp: 13   Item: Bag of Fries - (1/32)

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*Frank* (Level: 6)
------------------
HP: 63     Off: 12     Speed: 7     IQ: 32
PP:  0     Def: 17      Guts: 5     $$: 48
Exp: 50    Item: Nothing

--------------------------------
*Frankystein Mark II* (Level: 7)
--------------------------------
HP: 91     Off: 15    Speed: 4    IQ: 40
PP:  0     Def: 18     Guts: 0    $$: 31
Exp: 76    Item: Nothing
------------------------------------------

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                                  Giant Step
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Attack Slug (Level: 5)
----------------------
HP: 30     Off: 9     Speed: 1     IQ: 3
PP:  6     Def: 2      Guts: 0     $$: 6
Exp: 27    Item: Bomb - (1/128)

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Black Antoid (Level: 7)
-----------------------
HP: 34     Off: 14     Speed: 4     IQ: 0
PP: 25     Def: 13      Guts: 3     $$: 7
Exp: 37    Item: Cookie - (1/4)

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Rowdy Mouse (Level: 6)
----------------------
HP:  36     Off:  7     Speed:   5     IQ: 2
PP:   0     Def: 20      Guts: 225     $$: 9
Exp: 34     Item: Bread Roll - (1/32)

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*Titanic Ant* (Level: 13)
-------------------------
HP:  235     Off: 19     Speed: 6     IQ:  72
PP:  102     Def: 23      Guts: 9     $$: 150
Exp: 685    Item: Nothing
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                                Downtown Onett
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----------------
*Cop* (Level: 7)
----------------
HP: 75     Off: 15     Speed: 5     IQ: 16
PP:  0     Def: 18      Guts: 7     $$: 18
Exp: 86    Item: Hamburger - (1/8)

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*Captain Strong* (Level: 13)
----------------------------
HP: 140     Off: 20     Speed: 15     IQ:  18
PP:   0     Def: 24      Guts:  8     $$: 159
Exp: 492    Item: Boiled Egg - (1/32)
-----------------------------------------------

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                                    Twoson
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----------------------------------
Annoying Old Party Man (Level: 13)
----------------------------------
HP: 99     Off: 20     Speed:  6     IQ: 15
PP:  0     Def: 25      Guts: 50     $$: 32
Exp: 130   Item: Protein Drink - (1/64)

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Cranky Lady (Level: 8)
----------------------
HP:   95     Off: 16     Speed: 6     IQ: 32
PP:    9     Def: 18      Guts: 3     $$: 17
Exp: 200     Item: Handbag Strap - (1/64)

--------------------------------
New Age Retro Hippie (Level: 11)
--------------------------------
HP:   87     Off: 19     Speed:  5     IQ: 16
PP:    0     Def: 14      Guts: 10     $$: 23
Exp: 160     Item: Ruler - (1/16)

---------------------------------
Ramblin' Evil Mushroom (Level: 7)
---------------------------------
HP:  60     Off: 15     Speed: 5     IQ:  1
PP:   0     Def: 10      Guts: 5     $$: 15
Exp: 95     Item: Ketchup Packet - (1/16)

-------------------------------
Unassuming Local Guy (Level: 9)
-------------------------------
HP:   73     Off: 18     Speed: 5     IQ: 14
PP:    0     Def: 13      Guts: 1     $$: 19
Exp: 146     Item: Toothbrush - (1/8)

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*Everdred* (Level: 15)
----------------------
HP:  182     Off: 25     Speed:  6     IQ:  40
PP:    0     Def: 35      Guts: 10     $$: 171
Exp: 986     Item: Nothing
------------------------------------------------

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                             Peaceful Rest Valley
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Lil' UFO (Level: 12)
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HP:   82     Off: 18     Speed: 53     IQ:  8
PP:    0     Def: 17      Guts: 13     $$: 14
Exp: 223     Item: Skip Sandwich - (1/32)

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Mobile Sprout (Level: 10)
-------------------------
HP:   79     Off: 17     Speed: 6     IQ:  1
PP:    9     Def: 12      Guts: 5     $$: 13
Exp: 133     Item: Croissant - (1/32)

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Spinning Robo (Level: 14)
-------------------------
HP:  113     Off: 21     Speed: 7     IQ: 12
PP:   17     Def: 22      Guts: 5     $$: 21
Exp: 297     Item: Meteronium - (1/64)

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Territorial Oak (Level: 15)
---------------------------
HP:  145     Off: 26     Speed: 5     IQ:  4
PP:   41     Def: 30      Guts: 9     $$: 29
Exp: 356     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/128)
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                              Happy Happy Village
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--------------------------
Insane Cultist (Level: 13)
--------------------------
HP: 94     Off: 19     Speed:  8     IQ: 64
PP:  0     Def: 25      Guts: 20     $$: 33
Exp: 353   Item: PSI Caramel - (1/128)

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*Mr. Carpainter* (Level 21)
---------------------------
HP:   262     Off: 33     Speed:  8     IQ:  72
PP:    70     Def: 45      Guts: 13     $$: 195
Exp: 1412     Item: Nothing
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                                Lilliput Steps
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Mighty Bear (Level: 16)
-----------------------
HP: 167     Off: 29     Speed: 7     IQ:  5
PP:   0     Def: 31      Guts: 1     $$: 49
Exp: 609    Item: Teddy Bear - (1/64)

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Mole Playing Rough (Level:14)
-----------------------------
HP:  103     Off: 22     Speed: 9     IQ:  8
PP:    0     Def: 28      Guts: 2     $$: 36
Exp: 456     Item: Croissant - (1/32)

---------------------
Mr. Batty (Level: 15)
---------------------
HP:   86     Off: 25     Speed: 29     IQ:  3
PP:    0     Def:  5      Guts:  4     $$: 30
Exp: 304     Item: Jar of Hot Sauce - (1/64)

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*Mondo Mole* (Level: 23)
------------------------
HP:   498     Off: 37     Speed:  9     IQ:  36
PP:   161     Def: 50      Guts: 15     $$: 400
Exp: 5791     Item: Nothing
-------------------------------------------------

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                                    Threed
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Handsome Tom (Level: 16)
------------------------
HP:  133     Off: 27     Speed: 11     IQ:  8
PP:   16     Def: 25      Guts:  5     $$: 45
Exp: 520     Item: Tin of Cocoa - (1/16)

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No Good Fly (Level: 15)
-----------------------
HP:  100     Off: 23     Speed: 10     IQ:  0
PP:    0     Def: 13      Guts:  3     $$: 26
Exp: 415     Item: Boiled Egg - (1/32)

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Putrid Moldyman (Level: 21)
---------------------------
HP:  203     Off: 36     Speed: 9     IQ: 17
PP:    0     Def: 41      Guts: 5     $$: 53
Exp: 830     Item:  Croissant - (1/32)

------------------------
Smelly Ghost (Level: 21)
------------------------
HP:  194     Off: 35     Speed: 10     IQ:  9
PP:   50     Def: 89      Guts:  2     $$: 71
Exp: 606     Item: Broken Iron - (1/16)

-----------------------
Smilin' Sam (Level: 20)
-----------------------
HP:  161     Off: 34     Speed: 17     IQ: 16
PP:   55     Def: 44      Guts: 16     $$: 48
Exp: 712     Item: Refreshing Herb - (1/32)

------------------------------
Trick or Trick Kid (Level: 18)
------------------------------
HP:  142     Off: 30     Speed:  7     IQ: 12
PP:    0     Def: 37      Guts: 12     $$: 47
Exp: 570     Item: Bomb - (1/32)

-------------------------
Urban Zombie (Level:  19)
-------------------------
HP:  171     Off: 31     Speed: 10     IQ: 24
PP:    0     Def: 24      Guts: 15     $$: 58
Exp: 700     Item: Hamburger - (1/32)


----------------------
Zombie Dog (Level: 22)
----------------------
HP:   210     Off: 39     Speed: 30     IQ: 11
PP:     0     Def: 51      Guts: 10     $$: 54
Exp: 1354     Item: Bottle Rocket - (1/32)

----------------------------
Zombie Possessor (Level: 17)
----------------------------
HP:  176     Off: 28     Speed: 30     IQ:  6
PP:    0     Def: 19      Guts:  9     $$: 81
Exp: 950     Item: Secret Herb - (1/64)

-------------------------
*Boogey Tent* (Level: 25)
-------------------------
HP:   579     Off: 43     Speed: 10     IQ:  32
PP:    56     Def: 69      Guts: 16     $$: 407
Exp: 5500     Item: Nothing

-----------------------
*Mini Barf* (Level: 26)
-----------------------
HP:   616     Off: 45     Speed: 10     IQ:  30
PP:     0     Def: 71      Guts: 19     $$: 460
Exp: 7521     Item: Nothing
-------------------------------------------------

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                                    Winters
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--------------------
Cave Boy (Level: 11)
--------------------
HP:  314     Off: 21     Speed: 5     IQ: 80
PP:    0     Def: 33      Guts: 0     $$: 17
Exp: 618     Item: Picnic Lunch - (1/1)

---------------------
Gruff Goat (Level: 7)
---------------------
HP:  45     Off:  8     Speed: 12     IQ: 16
PP:   0     Def: 23      Guts:  0     $$:  9
Exp: 20     Item: Salt Packet - (1/8)

-------------------
Mad Duck (Level: 8)
-------------------
HP:  51     Off: 12     Speed: 30     IQ:  1
PP:   0     Def: 24      Guts:  5     $$: 12
Exp: 41     Item: Fresh Egg - (1/16)

-------------------------------
Worthless Protoplasm (Level: 7)
-------------------------------
HP:  38     Off: 11     Speed: 27     IQ:  1
PP:   0     Def: 21      Guts:  0     $$: 11
Exp: 17     Item: Cookie - (1/4)
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                               Grapefruit Falls
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Armored Frog (Level: 22)
------------------------
HP:   202     Off:  37     Speed: 7     IQ:  8
PP:     0     Def: 108      Guts: 5     $$: 77
Exp: 1566     Item: Broken Spray Can - (1/8)

-----------------------
Farm Zombie (Level: 19)
-----------------------
HP:  171     Off: 31     Speed: 10     IQ: 24
PP:    0     Def: 24      Guts: 15     $$: 58
Exp: 700     Item: Skip Sandwich - (1/16)

---------------------------
Plain Crocodile (Level: 24)
---------------------------
HP:   234     Off: 40     Speed: 10     IQ:  5
PP:     0     Def: 55      Guts:  1     $$: 62
Exp: 1928     Item: Meteronium - (1/128)

---------------------
Red Antoid (Level:20)
---------------------
HP:   112     Off: 29     Speed: 10     IQ:  0
PP:    30     Def: 27      Guts:  4     $$: 35
Exp: 1175     Item: Sugar Packet - (1/8)

------------------------
Violent Roach (Level:18)
------------------------
HP:   209     Off: 30     Speed: 35     IQ: 24
PP:     0     Def: 26      Guts:  9     $$: 80
Exp: 1757     Item: Secret Herb - (1/128)
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                                  Belch Base
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-----------------
Foppy (Level: 16)
-----------------
HP:   120     Off: 29     Speed: 1     IQ:  3
PP:    10     Def:  9      Guts: 5     $$: 93
Exp: 1311     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/64)

--------------------------
Mostly Bad Fly (Level: 19)
--------------------------
HP:   141     Off: 32     Speed: 15     IQ:  0
PP:     0     Def: 16      Guts:  4     $$: 84
Exp: 1116     Item: Pizza - (1/32)

-----------------------------
Slimy Little Pile (Level: 24)
-----------------------------
HP:   224     Off: 42     Speed: 15     IQ:  38
PP:     0     Def: 61      Guts:  7     $$: 124
Exp: 1978     Item: Bomb - (1/32)

--------------------------
*Master Belch* (Level: 27)
--------------------------
HP:    650     Off: 50     Speed: 16     IQ:  61
PP:      0     Def: 88      Guts: 20     $$: 664
Exp: 12509     Item: Nothing

0============0
|-Milky Well-|
0============0

-------------------
Ranboob (Level: 24)
-------------------
HP:   232     Off: 41     Speed: 20     IQ:   9
PP:    42     Def: 63      Guts:  1     $$: 158
Exp: 2486     Item: Picnic lunch - (1/64)

-----------------------------------
Struttin' Evil Mushroom (Level: 17)
-----------------------------------
HP:   157     Off: 29     Speed: 28     IQ:  1
PP:     0     Def: 22      Guts:  7     $$: 95
Exp: 1492     Item: Rust Promoter - (1/16)

-------------------------------
Tough Mobile Sprout (Level: 21)
-------------------------------
HP:   179     Off: 33     Speed: 18     IQ:   1
PP:    13     Def: 27      Guts:  6     $$: 119
Exp: 1865     Item: Sprig of Parsley - (1/16)

--------------------------------
*Trillionage Sprout* (Level: 29)
--------------------------------
HP:   1048     Off: 54     Speed: 16     IQ:   71
PP:    240     Def: 88      Guts: 21     $$: 1358
Exp: 30303     Item: Nothing

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                              Dusty Dunes Desert
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-----------------------
Bad Buffalo (Level: 34)
-----------------------
HP:   341     Off:  64     Speed: 11     IQ:   5
PP:     0     Def: 104      Guts:  5     $$: 172
Exp: 4108     Item: Wet Towel - (1/32)

-------------------------
Crested Booka (Level: 28)
-------------------------
HP:   265     Off: 53     Speed: 17     IQ:  37
PP:     0     Def: 73      Guts: 24     $$: 130
Exp: 3011     Item: Picnic Lunch - (1/32)

--------------------------------
Criminal Caterpillar (Level: 23)
--------------------------------
HP:    250     Off: 37     Speed: 134     IQ: 0
PP:    168     Def: 16      Guts:   0     $$: 0
Exp: 30384     Item: Nothing

-------------------------
Cute Lil' UFO (Level: 27)
-------------------------
HP:   162     Off: 49     Speed: 58     IQ:  70
PP:    25     Def: 32      Guts:  1     $$: 110
Exp: 1519     Item: Nothing

-----------------------
Desert Wolf (Level: 30)
-----------------------
HP:   247     Off: 57     Speed: 33     IQ:  11
PP:     0     Def: 67      Guts:  2     $$: 114
Exp: 3740     Item: Sudden Guts Pill - (1/64)

--------------------
Skelpion (Level: 24)
--------------------
HP:   137     Off: 41     Speed: 37     IQ:   7
PP:    21     Def: 23      Guts: 80     $$: 140
Exp: 1823     Item: Vial of Serum - (1/32)

--------------------------
Smilin' Sphere (Level: 27)
--------------------------
HP:   233     Off: 50     Speed: 17     IQ:  13
PP:    60     Def: 65      Guts:  5     $$: 191
Exp: 2218     Item: Meteronium - (1/128)
-------------------------------------------------

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                                   Fourside
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

----------------------------
Annoying Reveler (Level: 31)
----------------------------
HP:   288     Off: 58     Speed: 17     IQ:  15
PP:     0     Def: 77      Guts: 50     $$: 268
Exp: 2373     Item: Protein Drink - (1/16)

-----------------------
Crazed Sign (Level: 34)
-----------------------
HP:   295     Off: 64     Speed: 17     IQ:  11
PP:    98     Def: 96      Guts:  5     $$: 244
Exp: 3618     Item: Big Bottle Rocket - (1/64)

-----------------------------
Extra Cranky Lady (Level: 27)
-----------------------------
HP:   277     Off: 48     Speed: 17     IQ:  32
PP:     0     Def: 70      Guts:  5     $$: 134
Exp: 3651     Item: Handbag Strap - (1/8)

--------------------
Mad Taxi (Level: 28)
--------------------
HP:   253     Off: 53     Speed: 38     IQ:   8
PP:     0     Def: 68      Guts:  5     $$: 216
Exp: 2336    Item: Xterminator Spray - (1/128)
-------------------------------------------------

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                                   Gold Mine
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

------------------------
Gigantic Ant (Level: 30)
------------------------
HP:   308     Off:  54     Speed: 17     IQ:   6
PP:    81     Def: 112      Guts:  5     $$: 304
Exp: 3980     Item: Double Burger - (1/32)

---------------------
Noose Man (Level: 26)
---------------------
HP:   231     Off: 47     Speed: 18     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 52      Guts:  5     $$: 220
Exp: 1990     Item: Carton of Cream - (1/8)

------------------------------
Thirsty Coil Snake (Level: 28)
------------------------------
HP:   270     Off: 52     Speed: 18     IQ:   7
PP:     0     Def: 80      Guts:  5     $$: 276
Exp: 2786     Item: Chick - (1/16)

-----------------------------
*Guardian Digger* (Level: 32)
-----------------------------
HP:    386     Off:  59     Speed: 17     IQ:   55
PP:    110     Def: 129      Guts: 21     $$: 1467
Exp: 17301     Item: Nothing
----------------------------------------------------

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                               Department Store
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

------------------
Musica (Level: 35)
------------------
HP:   292     Off: 69     Speed: 21     IQ:   8
PP:     0     Def: 85      Guts: 20     $$: 341
Exp: 3748     Item: Sudden Guts Pill - (1/128)

---------------------------
Mystical Record (Level: 33)
---------------------------
HP:   263     Off: 63     Speed: 20     IQ:   7
PP:    35     Def: 78      Guts: 12     $$: 310
Exp: 2736     Item: Pizza - (1/64)

-------------------------------
Sclading Coffee Cup (Level: 30)
-------------------------------
HP:   190     Off: 55     Speed: 23     IQ:   1
PP:     0     Def: 20      Guts:  5     $$: 280
Exp: 2462     Item: Cup of Coffee - (1/2)

------------------------------------
*Department Store Spook* (Level: 42)
------------------------------------
HP:    610     Off:  82     Speed: 19     IQ:   62
PP:    290     Def: 135      Guts: 24     $$: 1648
Exp: 24291     Item: Nothing
----------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                   Moonside
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

------------------------
Abstract Art (Level: 35)
------------------------
HP:   301     Off: 67     Speed: 19     IQ:   7
PP:    60     Def: 79      Guts:  7     $$: 255
Exp: 4361     Item: Refreshing Herb - (1/32)

------------------------
Dali's Clock (Level: 34)
------------------------
HP:   296     Off: 65     Speed: 4     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 66      Guts: 5     $$: 314
Exp: 2503     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/128)

-----------------------------
Enraged Fire Plug (Level: 32)
-----------------------------
HP:   309     Off: 60     Speed: 14     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 81      Guts:  5     $$: 346
Exp: 4321     Item: Sudden Guts Pill - (1/128)

---------------------
Robo Pump (Level: 36)
---------------------
HP:   431     Off:  70     Speed: 19     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 113      Guts:  5     $$: 349
Exp: 4797     Item: Super Bomb - (1/64)

----------------------------
*Evil Mani-Mani* (Level: 45)
----------------------------
HP:    860     Off:  86     Speed: 15     IQ:   80
PP:     88     Def: 145      Guts:  1     $$: 1852
Exp: 28139     Item: Nothing
----------------------------------------------------

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                               Monotoli Building
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

------------------------
Sentry Robot (Level: 39)
------------------------
HP:   372     Off:  77     Speed: 17     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 105      Guts: 10     $$: 392
Exp: 5034     Item: Big Bottle Rocket - (1/64)

--------------------------
*Clumsy Robot* (Level: 46)
--------------------------
HP:    962     Off:  88     Speed: 83     IQ:   49
PP:      0     Def: 137      Guts: 30     $$: 2081
Exp: 32378     Item: Nothing
----------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                    Winters
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-----------------------
Lesser Mook (Level: 39)
-----------------------
HP:   401     Off:  76     Speed: 17     IQ:  16
PP:   190     Def: 102      Guts:  7     $$: 467
Exp: 7640     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/64)

-----------------------------
Mighty Bear Seven (Level: 42)
-----------------------------
HP:   367     Off: 85     Speed: 11     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 76      Guts:  1     $$: 440
Exp: 8884     Item: Super Plush Bear

-------------------------
Whirling Robo (Level: 39)
-------------------------
HP:   374     Off: 78     Speed: 18     IQ:  12
PP:    36     Def: 90      Guts:  5     $$: 256
Exp: 5782     Item: Meteotite - (1/128)

---------------------------
Whooly Shambler (Level: 40)
---------------------------
HP:   391     Off: 81     Speed: 18     IQ:  63
PP:   140     Def: 91      Guts:  5     $$: 458
Exp: 5397     Item: Multibottle Rocket - (1/64)
-------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                 Rainy Circle
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-----------------------
Arachnid! (Level: 45)
-----------------------
HP:   216     Off: 61     Speed: 23     IQ:   0
PP:     0     Def: 30      Guts:  3     $$: 296
Exp: 4933     Item: Jar of Hot Sauce - (1/8)

---------------------
Elder Bat (Level: 35)
---------------------
HP:   294     Off: 66     Speed: 33     IQ:   4
PP:     0     Def: 72      Guts:  8     $$: 371
Exp: 4177     Item: Double Burger - (1/32)

----------------------------
Strong Crocodile (Level: 43)
----------------------------
HP:    417     Off:  85     Speed: 17     IQ:   6
PP:      0     Def: 131      Guts:  5     $$: 495
Exp: 10122     Item: Super Bomb - (1/64)

---------------------
*Shroom!* (Level: 48)
---------------------
HP:   1700     Off:  95     Speed: 18     IQ:   72
PP:    112     Def: 154      Guts: 32     $$: 4086
Exp: 96323    Item: Nothing
----------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                    Summers
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

----------------------------
Over Zealous Cop (Level: 36)
----------------------------
HP:   325     Off: 69     Speed: 18     IQ:  16
PP:     0     Def: 75      Guts:  7     $$: 420
Exp: 7448     Item: Double Burger - (1/32)

-------------------------
Shattered Man (Level: 51)
-------------------------
HP:    694     Off: 104     Speed: 18     IQ:   38
PP:      0     Def: 138      Guts: 25     $$: 2630
Exp: 20846     Item: Mummy Wrap - (1/2)

---------------------
Tough Guy (Level: 37)
---------------------
HP:   342     Off: 72     Speed: 18     IQ:  16
PP:     0     Def: 92      Guts: 20     $$: 525
Exp: 9310     Item: Chick - (1/4)

--------------------
*Kraken* (Level: 54)
--------------------
HP:   1097     Off: 105     Speed: 21     IQ:   32
PP:    176     Def: 166      Guts:  1     $$: 3049
Exp: 79267     Item: Nothing
----------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                  Magnet Hill
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

------------------------
Deadly Mouse (Level: 38)
------------------------
HP:   416     Off: 63     Speed:  18     IQ:  13
PP:     0     Def: 98      Guts: 225     $$: 406
Exp: 9225     Item: Rust Promoter DX - (1/64)

-------------------------------
Filthy Attack Roach (Level: 42)
-------------------------------
HP:    399     Off: 84     Speed: 77     IQ:  24
PP:      0     Def: 33      Guts:  9     $$: 432
Exp: 10543     Item: Secret Herb - (1/16)

------------------------
Stinky Ghost (Level: 46)
------------------------
HP:    444     Off:  90     Speed: 18     IQ:   7
PP:      0     Def: 179      Guts:  4     $$: 541
Exp: 13179     Item: Large Pizza - (1/64)

-------------------------------
*Plague Rat of Doom* (Level: 47)
-------------------------------
HP:    1827     Off:  71     Speed:  19     IQ:   45
PP:      60     Def: 180      Guts: 250     $$: 4464
Exp: 115272     Item: Nothing
------------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                  Pink Cloud
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-----------------------------
Conducting Menace (Level: 52)
-----------------------------
HP:    445     Off: 107     Speed: 20     IQ:   8
PP:    238     Def: 107      Guts:  5     $$: 574
Exp: 14792     Item: Bottle of Water - (1/32)

-------------------------
Kiss of Death (Level: 40)
-------------------------
HP:    333     Off:  91     Speed: 19     IQ:  16
PP:      0     Def: 100      Guts:  7     $$: 528
Exp: 10354     Item: Jar of Delisauce - (1/64)

------------------
Tangoo (Level: 48)
------------------
HP:    371     Off: 96     Speed: 19     IQ:  16
PP:      5     Def: 99      Guts: 20     $$: 572
Exp: 14718     Item: Snake - (1/8)

------------------------
Thunder Mite (Level: 43)
------------------------
HP:    293     Off: 85     Speed: 20     IQ:   8
PP:    200     Def: 83      Guts: 13     $$: 430
Exp: 10798     Item: Bottle of Water - (1/32)

-------------------------------
*Thunder and Storm* (Level: 56)
-------------------------------
HP:    2065     Off: 111     Speed: 21     IQ:   55
PP:      70     Def: 178      Guts: 35     $$: 4735
Exp: 129026     Item: Nothing
-----------------------------------------------------

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                    Scaraba
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-------------------------
Beautiful UFO (Level: 44)
-------------------------
HP:   339     Off: 86     Speed: 59     IQ:  71
PP:    15     Def: 87      Guts:  1     $$: 426
Exp: 8257     Item: Nothing

--------------------------
Dread Skelpion (Level: 41)
--------------------------
HP:   214     Off: 82     Speed: 40     IQ:   8
PP:   125     Def: 57      Guts: 88     $$: 609
Exp: 9908     Item: Ketchup Packet - (1/8)

-------------------------------
Great Crested Booka (Level: 49)
-------------------------------
HP:    452     Off: 100     Speed: 20     IQ:  40
PP:      0     Def: 110      Guts: 28     $$: 604
Exp: 16365     Item: Beef Jerky - (1/64)

--------------------------
High-Class UFO (Level: 47)
--------------------------
HP:    433     Off:  93     Speed: 60     IQ:  24
PP:     72     Def: 103      Guts: 15     $$: 456
Exp: 12385     Item: Skip Sandwich DX - (1/32)

----------------------------
Marauder Octobot (Level: 49)
----------------------------
HP:    482     Off:  99     Speed: 23     IQ:  24
PP:      0     Def: 121      Guts:  8     $$: 499
Exp: 14475     Item: Nothing

--------------------------------
Master Criminal Worm (Level: 37)
--------------------------------
HP:    377     Off: 73     Speed: 136     IQ: 0
PP:    300     Def: 40      Guts:   0     $$: 0
Exp: 82570     Item: Nothing

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                    Pyramid
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-----------------------
Arachnid!!! (Level: 45)
-----------------------
HP:    344     Off: 87     Speed: 20     IQ:   0
PP:      0     Def: 86      Guts:  4     $$: 412
Exp: 10449     Item: Beef Jerky - (1/32)

--------------------------------
Fierce Shattered Man (Level: 50)
--------------------------------
HP:    516     Off: 101     Speed: 12     IQ:   4
PP:      0     Def: 116      Guts:  5     $$: 577
Exp: 17423     Item: Mummy Wrap - (1/2)

-------------------------------
Guardian Hieroglyph (Level: 48)
-------------------------------
HP:    470     Off:  94     Speed: 20     IQ:  38
PP:    126     Def: 106      Guts: 20     $$: 470
Exp: 13064    Item: Pharaoh's Curse - (1/16)

---------------------------------
Lethal Asp Hieroglyph (Level: 46)
---------------------------------
HP:    458     Off: 89     Speed: 21     IQ:  36
PP:      0     Def: 94      Guts:  5     $$: 625
Exp: 11321     Item: Pharaoh's Curse - (1/32)

---------------------------------
Petrified Royal Guard (Level: 53)
---------------------------------
HP:    573     Off: 106     Speed: 12     IQ:   5
PP:      0     Def: 173      Guts:  5     $$: 628
Exp: 19163     Item: Sudden Guts Pill - (1/32)

------------------------------
*Guardian General* (Level: 55)
------------------------------
HP:    831     Off: 109     Speed: 21     IQ:    7
PP:      6     Def: 214      Guts:  1     $$: 3235
Exp: 95390     Item: Nothing

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                 Deep Darkness
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

----------------------------
Big Pile of Puke (Level: 57)
----------------------------
HP:    631     Off: 120     Speed: 16     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 158     Guts:  26     $$: 728
Exp: 19659     Item: Meteotite - (1/64)

---------------------------
Demonic Petunia (Level: 50)
---------------------------
HP:    478     Off: 102     Speed: 26     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 111     Guts:   5     $$: 724
Exp: 15171     Item: Spicy Jerky - (1/64)

-----------------------------------
Even Slimier Little Pile (Level 49)
-----------------------------------
HP:    326     Off: 103     Speed: 22     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 101     Guts:   9     $$: 579
Exp: 15075     Item: Multi Bottle Rocket - (1/32)

-------------------------
Hard Crocodile (Level 55)
-------------------------
HP:    522     Off: 110     Speed: 23     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 128     Guts:  10     $$: 692
Exp: 19484     Item: Super Plush Bear - (1/64)

----------------------------
Hostile Elder Oak (Level 59)
----------------------------
HP:    609     Off: 134     Speed: 14     IQ:
PP:     76     Def: 146     Guts:  11     $$: 690
Exp: 17567     Item: Viper - (1/8)

---------------------
Manly Fish (Level 42)
---------------------
HP:    500     Off:  83     Speed: 22     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 114     Guts:   9     $$: 624
Exp: 15826     Item: Beef Jerky (1/32)

-------------------------------
Manly Fish's Brother (Level 56)
-------------------------------
HP:    526     Off: 114     Speed: 24     IQ:
PP:    210     Def: 123     Guts:  11     $$: 686
Exp: 15970     Item: Horn of Life - (1/128)

------------------------
Pit Bull Slug (Level 39)
------------------------
HP:   217     Off: 79     Speed: 2     IQ:
PP:    11     Def: 77     Guts:  5     $$: 543
Exp: 9994     Item: Salt Packet - (1/4)

------------------
Zap Eel (Level 48)
------------------
HP:    370     Off: 97     Speed: 29     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 93     Guts:   5     $$: 611
Exp: 12170     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/64)

------------------------
*Master Barf* (Level 60)
------------------------
HP:    1319     Off: 136     Speed: 24     IQ:
PP:       0     Def: 177     Guts:  39     $$: 3536
Exp: 125056     Item: Casey Bat - (1/1)

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                               Lumine Hall
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

----------------
Fobby (Level 48)
----------------
HP:    240     Off: 98     Speed: 5     IQ:
PP:     19     Def: 84     Guts:  5     $$: 620
Exp: 18348     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/32)

----------------------------
Conducting Spirit (Level 59)
----------------------------
HP:    587     Off: 130     Speed: 26     IQ:
PP:    329     Def: 139     Guts:   5     $$: 804
Exp: 30390     Item: Brain Food Lunch - (1/128)

------------------------------
Hyper Spinning Robo (Level 56)
------------------------------
HP:    553     Off: 122     Speed: 28     IQ:
PP:     83     Def: 130     Guts:   5     $$: 756
Exp: 28866     Item: Meteotite - (1/128)

--------------------------------
Uncontrollable Sphere (Level 56)
--------------------------------
HP:    577     Off: 116     Speed: 27     IQ:
PP:    180     Def: 134     Guts:   5     $$: 796
Exp: 20389     Item: Broken Antenna - (1/128)

----------------------------
*Electro Specter* (Level 67)
----------------------------
HP:    3092     Off: 148     Speed: 29     IQ:
PP:      80     Def: 203     Guts:  47     $$: 6564
Exp: 261637     Item: Nothing

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                 Lost Underworld
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

---------------------
Chomposaur (Level 62)
---------------------
HP:   1288     Off: 139     Speed: 17     IQ:
PP:    320     Def: 183     Guts:   3     $$: 896
Exp: 44378     Item: Magic Fry Pan - (1/128)

------------------
Ego Orb (Level 58)
------------------
HP:    592     Off: 125     Speed: 17     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 140     Guts:   1     $$: 836
Exp: 24180     Item: Skip Sandwich DX - (1/16)

--------------------
Wetnosaur (Level 59)
--------------------
HP:   1030     Off: 126     Speed: 17     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 172     Guts:   2     $$: 745
Exp: 33098     Item: Luxury Jerky - (1/64)

-------------------------
Evil Elemental (Level 57)
-------------------------
HP:    564     Off: 121     Speed: 30     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 136      Guts:  7     $$: 853
Exp: 35737     Item: Luxury Jewelry - (1/64)

-------------------------
Psychic Psycho (Level 58)
-------------------------
HP:    591     Off: 124     Speed: 30     IQ:
PP:    252     Def: 144     Guts:   1     $$: 682
Exp: 30094     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/32)

-------------------------------
Major Psychic Psycho (Level 65)
-------------------------------
HP: 618     Off: 145     Speed: 31     IQ:
PP: 574     Def: 152     Guts:   1     $$: 862
Exp: 39247  Item: Star Pendant - (1/128)

-------------------------------
Soul Consuming Flame (Level 59)
-------------------------------
HP:    602     Off: 131     Speed: 30     IQ:
PP:      0     Def:   6     Guts:  14     $$: 768
Exp: 37618     Item: Meteotite - (1/64)

-----------------------
*Carbon Dog* (Level 70)
-----------------------
HP: 1672     Off: 159     Speed: 31     IQ:
PP:    0     Def: 174     Guts:  52     $$: 0
Exp:   0     Item: Nothing

------------------------
*Diamond Dog* (Level 70)
------------------------
HP:    3344     Off: 167     Speed: 31     IQ:
PP:     154     Def: 230     Guts:  10     $$: 6968
Exp: 337738     Item: Nothing

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                                    Magicant
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

----------------------
Loaded Dice (Level 59)
----------------------
HP:    307     Off: 146     Speed: 77     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 113     Guts:  75     $$: 703
Exp: 10672     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/32)

-------------------------
Care Free Bomb (Level 60)
-------------------------
HP:    504     Off: 135     Speed: 31     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 215     Guts:  15     $$: 641
Exp: 14941     Item: Super Bomb - (1/32)

-------------------------
Electro Swoosh (Level 62)
-------------------------
HP:    543     Off: 140     Speed: 40     IQ:
PP:    338     Def: 156     Guts:   5     $$: 791
Exp: 17075     Item: Sudden Guts Pill - (1/32)

-----------------------
Mr. Molecule (Level 56)
-----------------------
HP:   280     Off: 118     Speed: 18     IQ:
PP:    21     Def:  97     Guts:   5     $$: 659
Exp: 8707     Item: Magic Tart - (1/64)

-----------------------------
*Ness's Nightmare* (Level 71)
-----------------------------
HP:   1654     Off: 172     Speed: 31     IQ:
PP:    882     Def: 253     Guts:   1     $$: 4442
Exp: 89004     Item: Nothing

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                               Onett (Revisited)
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

-------------------
Evil Eye (Level 63)
-------------------
HP:    720     Off: 141     Speed: 38     IQ:
PP:    400     Def: 162     Guts:  25     $$: 896
Exp: 46376     Item: Meteotite - (1/16)

---------------------
Ghost of Starman (68)
---------------------
HP:    750     Off: 152     Speed: 46     IQ:
PP:    462     Def: 170     Guts:  43     $$: 807
Exp: 48695     Item: Goddess Ribbon - (1/128)

---------------------------------
Wild 'N Wooly Shambler (Level 65)
---------------------------------
HP:    722     Off: 144     Speed: 38     IQ:
PP:    212     Def: 171     Guts:   5     $$: 906
Exp: 33818     Item: Multi Bottle Rocket - (1/16)


-----------------------------
Mechanical Octobot (Level 66)
-----------------------------
HP:    768     Off: 147     Speed: 43     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 176     Guts:   8     $$: 744
Exp: 41738     Item: Meteotite - (1/128)

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
                               Cave of the Past
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

------------------------
Bionic Kraken (Level 70)
------------------------
HP:    900     Off: 155     Speed: 42     IQ:
PP:     60     Def: 195     Guts:   1     $$: 960
Exp: 50308     Item: Gutsy Bat - (1/128)

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Nuclear Reactor Robot (Level 64)
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HP:    798     Off: 142     Speed: 46     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 185     Guts:   8     $$: 820
Exp: 53142     Item: Super Bomb - (1/8)

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Ultimate Octobot (Level 70)
---------------------------
HP:    792     Off: 163     Speed: 44     IQ:
PP:      0     Def: 181     Guts:   8     $$: 815
Exp: 47876     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/8)

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Squatter Demon (Level 69)
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HP:    774     Off: 158     Speed: 45     IQ:
PP:     60     Def: 192     Guts:  25     $$: 897
Exp: 48311     Item: Horn of Life - (1/64)

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Final Starman (Level 71)
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HP:    840     Off: 178     Speed: 47     IQ:
PP:    860     Def: 187     Guts:  25     $$: 915
Exp: 61929     Item: PSI Caramel - (1/32)

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*Heavily Armed Pokey* (Level 72)
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HP: 1746     Off: 150     Speed: 51     IQ:
PP:  999     Def:  18     Guts:  45     $$: 0
Exp:   0     Item: Nothing

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Giygas (Level 80)
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HP:        Off: 255     Speed: 80     IQ:
PP:        Def: 255     Guts: 5       $$: 0
Exp: 0     Item: Nothing

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                                7.0.0 - Bosses
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The boss strategies in this section are taken straight from the actual
Walkthrough for easy reference, so if you begin to notice that the strategies
in this section look an awful lot like the strategies in the main Walkthrough,
that's why.

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                              0================0
                              |-Starman Junior-|
                              0================0

Recommended Level: 2

Fortunately for you, this Boss Fight is the first of in the game, and is
disturbingly easy, since there is no strategy to it. Just have Ness BASH the
Starman, and Buzz Buzz will cast PSI Shield E. This protective aura dissipates
any PSI attack, and since the only attack Starman Junior uses is PSI Fire Beta
(PSI Fire B), you have nothing to worry about, but don't get too comfortable.
Under the right circumstances, the next Boss Fight can be a pain. This is one
of the only Boss Battles in the game in which you are "Invincible". Just keep
BASHing Starman Junior until he is destroyed.
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                                   |-Frank-|
                                   0=======0

Recommended Level: 8

If you did the right thing, and leveled up to level 8, this fight shouldn't be
nearly as hard. However, if you have not leveled up like I recommended you do,
this can possibly be one of the most challenging boss fights you will encounter
in the entire game (seriously). I'll just assume that you leveled all the way
up to level 8. In fact, if you are at level 8 and you die in this fight, you
don't deserve to play Earthbound, unless you have a justifiable reason...
Simply use PSI Rockin A on Frank to immediately kill him. If you didn't level
up that far or you don't have enough PP, just BASH him until he's gone, and
heal whenever necessary.
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                            |-Frankystein Mark II-|
                            0=====================0

Recommended Level: 8 (or 9 if you just leveled up)

The same strategy applies here. If you don't have enough PP or didn't get to
level 8, just BASH Frankystein Mark II until he's gone, and be sure to heal
when your HP drops below 40, because this machine has a nasty attack where he
"tears inside of you" and it takes a good bit of HP off. If you do have PSI
Rockin A and have enough PP though, just use it once to destroy this machine
instantly.
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                                |-Titanic Ant-|
                                0=============0

Recommended Level: At least 11

Note that the Titanic Ant is accompanied by two Black Antoids. These are very
easy to wipe out, and that is the first thing you should do. The Black Antoids
can heal each other and the Titanic Ant. Compared to all the previous bosses,
the Titanic Ant is a reality check. Begin the battle by casting PSI Rockin A to
eliminate the Antoids and to do a bit of damage on the Titanic Ant. After that,
you have a few options: Keep casting PSI Rockin A, BASH away, or cast PSI
Hypnosis A, which works on the Ant, but isn't reliable at all. I suggest
continually casting PSI Rockin A until you run out of PP, and then BASHing
away. Beware of PSI Magnet, because if he uses it on you, you will be forced to
BASH away at him for the rest of the battle. If you need to heal yourself, use
Hamburgers. The Titanic Ant won't stand it's ground very long, and the battle
will be over, and you will gain a ton of Experience Points. On a personal side
note: Don't you just love that Boss Music?
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                                    |-Cop-|
                                    0=====0

Recommended Level: 12

There isn't much to be said about these fights. Constantly BASH these Cops
until they're gone, and be sure to heal yourself with a Hamburger. Their
regular attack isn't that bad, but watch out for the Crushing Chop, which still
isn't that bad, but eh. Do keep in mind, however, that you can't heal in
between battles.
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                              |-Captain Strong-|
                              0================0

Recommended Level: 12

This fight isn't really any harder than the previous four. Just use PSI Rockin
three times until he's dead. If you're low on PP, just BASH him away. Be sure
to heal if you have to. This fight won't last but a few seconds, don't worry.
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                              |-   Everdred   -|
                              0================0

Recommended Level: Around 12 or 13

This battle can sometimes be a pain if you aren't leveled up very well.
Everdred can attack for close to 40 damage! He might also occasionally try to
steal something from you. Constantly use PSI Rockin A on him, and be sure to
have Ness eat a Hamburger when his health falls below 70. Now, if for some
stupid reason you don't have PSI Rockin A yet, I don't even know why you're
here. After a little fighting, the battle should end. You get close to 1000
experience points, and you'll probably level up.
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                              |- Mr. Franklin -|
                              0================0

If you don't have the Franklin Badge in your inventory, you're pretty much
screwed, because Mr. Franklin has a very powerful lighting attack. If you do
have the Badge in your inventory, however, then this battle is a breeze,
because you'll notice that before the battle even starts, Mr. Franklin will
attempt to hit you with a lightning attack and the game tells you that the
Franklin Badge deflected it. You still need to watch out for his physical
attack as well though, but it doesn't pose as much of a threat. Just BASH away,
as the Franklin Badge will turn your opponents lightning attacks onto himself,
and the battle should be over that quick.
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                                |- Mondo Mole -|
                                0==============0

Recommended level: Ness - At least 21 / Paula - At least 14

It seems that Mondo Mole is quite vunerable to paralysis. For a much easier
fight, use Ness's PSI Paralysis and then just bash away at him. This is
especially helpful if you have not yet rescued Paula. For a more traditional
fight, use your strongest PSI abilities to wear the boss down. Once he runs out
of PP, continue to bash him and of course be sure to keep an eye on your HP. If
you are still having trouble against Mondo Mole, go level up a little bit and
then try again.
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                               |- Boogey Tent -|
                               0===============0

Recommended level: Ness - Around 24 / Paula - Around 20 / Jeff - 15

The whole point of levelling Jeff up early wasn't so much based on him
participating in the battle, but to keep him alive so he can share the
experience points after the battle. If you are following the recommended
levels, then this battle shouldn't be too tough. Have Ness use his highest
level PSI Rockin attack and have Paula and Jeff BASH continuously. When Jeff's
HP gets below 60 (pretty much every time he gets hit) have someone heal him. It
shouldn't ake long for this battle to end.
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                               |-  Mini Barf  -|
                               0===============0

Recommended level: Ness - Around 25 / Paula - Around 19 / Jeff - Around 16

This battle is horribly easy. Just have Ness and Paula use their best PSI
attacks and have Jeff constantly use BASH. It shouldn't take long at all for
this battle to end. A good idea is to use one of Jeff's Bottle Rockets to just
end the fight. It's up to you. After a few hits, this battle should end.
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                              |- Master Belch -|
                              0================0

Recommended level: Ness - Around 28 / Paula - Around 25 / Jeff - Around 24

This is another horribly easy battle - but, only if you know what to do. You've
heard multiple times that Master Belch absolutely loves Fly Honey, right? Why
not use it on him then. Have the person that has the Jar of Fly Honey to use it
on Master Belch, and have everybody else use their strongest PSI Powers or BASH
away. Master Belch will become pre-occupied with the Fly Honey, so you don't
have anything to worry about. Keep attacking him, and this battle should be
over very soon.
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                           |- Trillionage Sprout -|
                           0======================0

Recommended level: Ness - Around 29 / Paula - Around 28 / Jeff - Around 26

This battle shouldn't be too tough. Have Ness use his highest level of PSI
Rockin to elimate the little sprouts that accompany the boss. Have Paula use
her highest level PSI Freeze directly on Trillionage Sprout. If Jeff has any
kind of Bottle Rockets in his inventory, use them on the boss. Otherwise, have
him constantly BASH. If anybody in your party has any Bombs, now is a very good
time to use them. Only heal your characters if their HP goes below 70 or so. It
shouldn't take for this battle to come to and end.
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                           |-   Guardian Digger  -|
                           0======================0

Recommended level: Ness - Around 33 / Paula - Around 30 / Jeff - Around 30

This battle can be pretty tough if you haven't levelled up very much. Whatever
you do though, DONT use BASH attacks, because the mole has a shield that
deflects any physical attacks back at you. Have Ness use his highest level of
PSI Rockin' on the Guardian Digger. Have Paula use her highest level of PSI
Freeze on the boss, which can possibly solidify him. Have Jeff use any weapons
in his inventory such as Bombs or Bottle Rockets. If he has nothing in his
inventory like that, just have him constantly defend. Good luck! At this point,
you can't really worry about someone's HP going really low, because they
usually die with one big hit. Just constantly attack the Guardian Digger until
he goes down. If this battle is too hard for you then it might be a good idea
to level everybody up 3 levels or so. If any of your characters are killed in
this battle, which they probably will be, after you defeat the mole, leave the
mine and go to Fourside. Go to the hospital at the top of Fourside and talk to
the Nurse to have anybody revived. Hopefully, this battle will end before all
of your characters die.
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                           |-  Department Store  -|
                           |         Spook        |
                           0======================0

This should not be a difficult fight in the slightest. Simply use Ness's best
level of PSI Rockin, and have Jeff attack the monster, and the fight should not
take more than two rounds of fighting. If for some reason he gets a decent hit
in before you can drop him, use Ness's PSI lifeup to keep your party of two
alive until the battle is over.
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                           |-   Evil Mani Mani   -|
                           0======================0

Another pretty straightforward boss fight. Have Ness use his highest level of
PSI Rockin, and have Jeff use any items he has in his inventory. The Evil Mani
Mani can physically attack you, and it can also use its own share of PSI
attacks. Simply hit it with your biggest attacks, again using Ness to heal the
party if the need arises.
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                           |-    Clumsy Robot    -|
                           0======================0

This is an odd boss fight, to say the least. Ness's PSI attacks don't work, as
the robot as a psychic shield surrounding him that deflects all such attacks.
Simply Bash the boss with your party, using Ness's lifeup abilities if the need
arises. Throughout the fight, the robot will consume sandwhiches to recover all
of his Hit Points. Most of the time, the Clumsy Robot will do nothing during
his turns, and most of his attacks will miss. However, every now and then he
gets in extremely cheap shots. Continue Bashing and using Lifeup as needed, and
finally the Runaway Five will run into the room. One of the guys runs behind
the boss and flips a switch off, ending the fight.
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                           |-      Shrooom!      -|
                           0======================0

Not a difficult fight at all. Have Ness continually use PSI Rockin, have Paula
use her strongest level of PSI Fire, and have Jeff use whatever items he has in
his inventory. If he has nothing, have him Shoot Shrooom!, but don't expect him
to do any substantial damage. This boss has several annoying abilities,
including poison, mushroom spores, and lifeup. This fight should go as smoothly
as all of the others have. If need be, use Ness's lifeup abilities to keep the
party up. It shouldn't be long before the giant mushroom goes down.
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                           |-     Plague Rat     -|
                           |       of Doom        |
                           0======================0

This is an especially nasty fight. None of the boss fights have really been a
challenge up to this point. I remember during my first playthrough of this
game, more than ten years ago, this was one of the hardest areas of the game.
Actually getting to the Plague Rat of Doom is a challenge in itself. The Super
Plush Bear(s) you bought will really be a help up to and even during this
fight. The Plague Rat not only has some nasty poison abilities, but he can land
several SMASH attacks in a row. Have Ness Bash or use highest level of PSI
Rockin, have Paula and Poo use their highest levels of PSI Freeze, and have
Jeff use any items he has in his inventory before reverting to shooting at the
monster. As always, keep your party up with Lifeup, which thankfully, Poo also
has. If you are having a lot of trouble at this point, you should go level your
characters up, especially Poo (he starts out at level 15 when you get him in
Dalaam). Soon enough, the fight should end.
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                           |- Thunder and Storm  -|
                           0======================0

Another straightforward boss fight. Again, have Ness use his PSI Rockin, while
Paula and Poo use their highest level of PSI Freeze, and have Jeff use any
damaging items from his inventory until reverting to shoot. This battle isn't
too tough, the Franklin Badge will be especially helpful whenever Thunder and
Storm use their lightning based attacks. As your characters take hits, keep
them up with Ness and Poo's PSI Lifeup. As all other boss fights, after some
time, Thunder and Storm should fall without a whole world of trouble.
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                           |-       Kraken       -|
                           0======================0

This battle should not be nearly as difficult as the recent fight with Thunder
and Storm was. Simply follow the same strategy - PSI Rockin, PSI Freeze, Jeff
using items and shooting, then PSI Lifeup as needed. As a matter of fact, if
you want to save a little PP, just have Ness Bash while everyone else does what
they're best at. Either way, the Kraken should drop quickly.
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                           |-  Guardian General  -|
                           0======================0

This boss has a very high defense count, but low HP, so it evens out. Have Ness
Bash or use his highlest level of PSI Rockin, while Paula and Poo rely on PSI
Freeze, and have Jeff simply shoot the boss. The Guardian has attacks the range
from a moderate bit of damage against your guys, or a fairly heavy amount of
damage. Have Ness or Poo use PSI Lifeup when necessary.
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                           |-    Master  Barf    -|
                           0======================0

This time, the Jar of Fly honey does nothing to the boss. He can poison someone
in your party, and he can make everyone begin to cry. If you bought a Multi
Bottle Rocket for Jeff earlier, this fight will be a breeze. Use it, and you
will rip a huge hole in Master Barf's HP - you may even get an instant kill.
Otherwise, have Ness Bash or use PSI Rockin, have Paula stick to PSI Freeze,
and have Jeff use his own weapon. Ness can heal when necessary. When Master
Barf's HP drops down low enough, Poo rejoins the party and uses his newly
learned PSI Starstorm to end the fight
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                           |-   Starman Deluxe   -|
                           0======================0

I highly recommend that you use any form of PSI shield that you have at the
beginning of this fight. Starman Deluxe can be a pain, be he is really not that
big of a problem. Have Jeff use Shield Killer or Neutralizer to remove the PSI
shield around this boss. Afterwards, if Jeff has any Bottle Rockets on him,
feel free to use them. Have everyone else beat on the boss with their strongest
PSI attacks and heal whenever it is necessary. If for some reason you do not
have the necessary items to get rid of the boss's shield, have everyone bash
away at the monster. Occasionally, Starman Deluxe calls upon other Starmen to
aid him in this battle. If this is the case, ignore them and focus solely on
the boss. Once he's down, they are all down.
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                           |-   Electro Specter  -|
                           0======================0

Start the battle off with PSI Shield to help defend against his attacks. If you
have repaired the Broken Machine you found in Apple Kid's house in Twoson into
the Counter-PSI Unit and you have it with you, use it now. If it succeeds, you
can disable Electro Specter's PSI powers for four turns. At any rate, break the
boss's shield with Jeff's Shield Killer or Neutralizer. This is another
standard boss fight with nothing special. Have everyone use their strongest
attacks and heal when necessary and the boss should fall without much of a
problem.
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                           |-     BOSS FIGHT     -|
                           |----------------------|
                           |     Carbon Dog       |
			   |        -----         |
                           |     Diamond Dog      |
                           0======================0

This battle is unique in the fact that it is a two-part battle. I will list the
strategies according to the particular battle.

                                  ==========
                                  Carbon Dog
                                  ==========

As is custom in Fire Spring, Carbon Dog likes to focus on fire-based attacks.
Equipping the Sea Pendant on someone will come in handy here. The first part of
this battle is not too tough. However, do NOT use any kind of Bottle Rockets on
Carbon Dog. When he is defeated, he transforms and gains a physical shield. If
the attack that kills him is physical, some of the damage will be reflected
back to the party - if a Bottle Rocket is what kills him, this could be
devastating. Play it safe and don't use them in this fight. Obviously, the boss
is weak against PSI Freeze, so have Paula and Poo attack him with their
strongest attacks. He is also weak against PSI Flash, so have Ness use that.
This monster does not fall, he simply transforms into a more powerful variant.

                                  ===========
                                  Diamond Dog
                                  ===========

The Sea Pendant and Night Pendants (if you had any) come in very handy during
this fight. Diamond Dog has an attack called "Glorious Light" that can
instantly kill or paralyze anyone in the party that is not protected. He also
has a bite that can diamondize one of your characters. From the beginning of
the fight, Diamond Dog gains a power shield (the one that I mentioned at the
end of the Carbon Dog strategy), so use Jeff's Neutralizer to get rid of it.
Once the shield is down, give this boss everything that you have, including
Jeff's Bottle Rockets. Eventually, he will fall. If this fight takes a couple
of tries, do not be discouraged, it is not an easy fight.
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                           |-     BOSS FIGHT     -|
                           |----------------------|
                           |   Ness's Nightmare   |
                           0======================0

Ness's Nightmare is the physical incarnation of all of Ness's negative
emotions. In order to find the strength to defeat Giygas, this Nightmare must
be destroyed. There are two good methods for defeating this boss, with one
being better than the other. The first strategy is to use any Bags of Dragonite
that you may have then to follow up with the biggest PSI powers that you have.
The alternative is to let Ness's Nightmare drain all of its PP while you keep
your HP up and keep yourself healed of any status ailments. Either method is
fine, although the first is truly a better one. Regardless of whichever one you
choose, heal when necessary and the fight should end before too long.
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                           |-     BOSS FIGHT     -|
                           |----------------------|
                           |        Giygas        |
                           0======================0

This is yet another unique battle in the sense that it occurs in multiple
parts. This time, you face a three part battle.

                                    ======
                                    Part I
                                    ======

In the beginning, you face an invincible Giygas and Heavily Armored Pokey.
If you can, begin the battle by putting up a psychic shield to protect against
Giygas's attacks. Heve Jeff fire Multi Bottle Rockets at Pokey, while the rest
of the group focuses on single-target PSI abilities. Additionally, any Bags of
Dragonite that you may still have are very helpful here. Don't attack Giygas,
as any attacks that reach him are reflected back to your party. Keep your
health up as necessary and Pokey should fall without too much of a struggle.

                                    ======
                                    Part 2
                                    ======

Pokey is gone and you now face Giygas alone. Have Jeff use his strongest attack
(Multi Bottle Rockets are useless now). Ness, Paula, and Poo should focus on
their strongest PSI attacks. Be sure to keep everyone alive and in good HP
standing. Soon, this part of the fight will be over and you move onto Giygas's
final form.

                                    ======
                                    Part 3
                                    ======

This is the most interesting part of the game. Realizing that they cannot
defeat Giygas by themselves, the party needs the help of all of their friends.
In this stage, Ness, Jeff, and Poo should defend and heal as necessary. Paula
is your most important person now. To defeat Giygas, Paula must pray each turn.
Every time that she does so, her prayers go to a different person back on
Earth. In turn, they pray for the safety of Ness and his friends. These earthly
prayers reach the battle and inflict massive damage upon Giygas. Giygas to
defend, pray, and heal as necessary and the battle will come to an end.
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                   8.0.0 - Miscellaneous Earthbound Tidbits
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Although not all of these things are actually secret, in this section I'm going
to include things that may seem absolutely random. But keep in mind, this guide
is intended to be the most complete Earthbound guide available anywhere. For
now I am just going to list little things that I have so far, but when I get
more of them, I might organize them into sections in the order that they appear
in the game.

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                               Sound Stone Trick
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I haven't actually had a chance to comfirm this yet, but I have heard a lot
online that you can get your sister Tracy to hold the Sound Stone for you so
you'll have an extra space in your inventory. When you first take control of
Ness and are able to go outside, fight as many Spiteful Crows as you can. Each
time you defeat one of them, you get a cookie. Fill your entire inventory with
cookies. Now, when Buzz Buzz is killed in Pokey's house and he tries to give
you the Sound Stone, you won't have any room in your inventory so he gives it
to Tracy. I plan on confirming this tip after completing the walkthrough. If
anybody can vouch for this tip, could you e-mail me? Thanks!

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                     Sanchez Brothers and Thomas Jefferson
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The Sanchez Brothers, also known as big brother Pancho, and kid brother Pincho,
stand on the side of the road in Dusty Dunes Desert with their good friend
Thomas Jefferson. Very close to them is a broken slot machine. Talk to it to
find out that the Sanzhez Brothers and their friend Thomas are a very cheerful
trio, and they will make you happy. You see, since this machine is "broken",
the Sanchez Brothers and Thomas act as a slot machine for you. Insert a dollar
into the broken slot machine, and it sets off the trio. Depending on what they
land on, you can win various prizes.

Three Lemons - A Chick
 Three Limes - A Can of Fruit Juice
   Three ='s - A Skip Sandwich
   Three 7's - A PSI Caramel

Unfortunately this game is extremely time consuming, and in my opinion isn't
worth it, but it's still a nifty little thing to do every once in a while.
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                        "Earthbound 2" Sign in Fourside
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Before I even get into this, keep in mind: there will probably never be an
Earthbound sequel. The heading isn't meant to get your hopes up (but we can
still ask ourselves, "What if...")
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When you first come into Fourside, after leaving the Dusty Dunes Desert, follow
the path through the town, going past the Bus Stop. At the first fork in the
road, take the upper-left path. Follow the corner around the blue building and
you should notice a pink building with a little sign in front of it just ahead.
Take a gander at it. It says:

-Planning Meeting for Earthbound 2.
-Only those who are related to this projject are allowed to enter.
-APE Software Development Team

If you're like me, you absolutely -love- little Easter Eggs like this thrown
into games by the programmers. Even better! I've played this game for many
years, and the only reason I even found out this sign existed was through the
Earthbound boards on GameFAQs.
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                              Runaway Five Trick
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You get to see the Runaway Five perform at the Chaos Theater fairly early in
the game. A little later, after you pass through Dusty Dunes Desert and enter
Fourside, you get to see them perform at the Topolla Theater. After you walk
into the theater, buy your ticket and go into the lobby. After talking to the
woman in the room to the left, go back into the lobby then head into the
theater through the door at the top. Go all the way to the left and talk to the
boy. The Runaway Five let you in their room. Talk to all of them to learn more
about their financial problems. When that's done, you exit the room and the
Runaway Five appear on stage to perform. When they're finished performing, you
can do a neat little trick. Before you do anything, enter the room to the left
again and the Runaway Five will be back there. You can talk to them some more
and they will tell you about their problems with money. When you exit the room
this time, they perform again! I'm sure that the programmers didn't want this
to happen, but it's not really bothersome. Just another random Earthbound fact.
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9.0.0 - My "Earthbound" Review
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                                 INTRODUCTION
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Many years ago while talking through the electronics section of a local
department store, I happened to look up and notice a large package. After
receiving the assistance of a nearby stepping stool, I had a bulky looking
cardboard box in my hands. Upon investigation of the package, I noticed the
name of the game was "Earthbound." The box I held included the game and the
official strategy guide. At the time, the game only cost me $15. After
purchasing the game, I waited patiently during the short ride home, rapidly
flipping through the included strategy guide and gazing in marvel at all of the
pictures. I had never heard anything about this game, but because the front
cover looked so cool, I decided to pick it up. At the time, I couldn't have
been older than 9 or 10 years of age, and the kiddy looking packaging that
accompanied the game, which was obviously aimed at younger gamers, appealed to
me very much. After getting home and popping the cartridge into my Super
Nintendo, I was immediately hooked. I played "Earthbound" for hours upon hours
a few years ago, and I still manage to do it today. Before I even start this
review, I just want to go ahead and say one thing: in my opinion, "Earthbound"
is the single greatest video game of all time. I honestly don't think that it
will ever be topped. Everything about this game is just perfect. Unfortunately,
many people try to compare "Earthbound" to games such as those of the "Final
Fantasy" series. "Earthbound" is nothing like "Final Fantasy." In fact,
"Earthbound" is on a much higher level than any "Final Fantasy" game ever
created, and will probably always remain the standard that cannot be beaten.

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                               GAMEPLAY - 10/10
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The gameplay of "Earthbound" is phenomenal. At first glance, "Earthbound" may
seem like any other game you've seen on the market hundreds of times. But you
have to look deeper than that. The gameplay of "Earthbound" is what makes it so
original. How many times can you say you've played a game where the selection
of main characters consisted of a baseball bat-wielding kid who is accompanied
by a psychicly-gifted girl, an adolescent rocket scientist, and a prince from a
far off country who has an extreme dislike of foreign foods? How many times
have you gone through a game and fought off a New Age Retro Hippie, a giant sea
snake, and an oversized mole with a toothbrush and a ruler? Once, if you've
ever played "Earthbound." There are also many nifty new features thrown in the
game that are previously unseen in most RPGs of this time. Instead of randomly
being attacked by monsters that you can't see, your enemies are now visible in
the overworld. This is especially helpful if you are low on health and just got
past a difficult part of the game. Now you can choose which fights to take head
on and which fights to try and avoid. Another little feature is when you are
powerful enough that you can defeat a particular enemy without any trouble at
all, not only will they run from you in the overworld, but when you approach
them from behind, the game grants you an instant win. This also comes in very
helpful at some parts of the game, but I probably shouldn't get into that here.
Don't want to give anything away...

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                                 STORY - 10/10
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One night, the main character - Ness - is sleeping soundly in his bedroom in
the town of Onett. Out of nowhere, a meteor crashes on a nearby hill. Upon
investigation of the hill, Ness meets up with a bee named Buzz Buzz who comes
from the future to tell him of Giygas, the cosmic destroyer. He tells Ness it
is his job to journey across the world with his friends Paula, Jeff, and Poo
and use the power of the Sound Stone to record the melodies of the 8 "Your
Sanctuary" locations. Ness's journey is a long one, but is one with the help of
his friends. The story of the game goes into much greater detail than this,
with little side-quests that temporarily take you away from the main focus of
the game.

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                               GRAPHICS - 10/10
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A lot of people complain about the cartoon oriented graphics in "Earthbound."
Once again, this is one of the many things that make this such an original
game. If you've ever played any of the older "Final Fantasy" games or games
like "Chrono Trigger," then you've already seen what I'm talking about.
Unfortunately, the graphics in "Earthbound" are considered "bad" by today's
standards, especially for people that consider graphics a major part of the
game. I'm not trying to sound pessimistic, because I won't play a game if its
graphics are literally painful to look at (of which I have yet to come across),
but "Earthbound" is nothing like that. The visuals add to the atmosphere of the

game, be it at a happy moment, or at a sad, dramatic one. It also throws a fun
little spin into the game as well.

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This is another contributing factor to "Earthbound"'s originality. You have
everything you could possibly imagine here: all of the basic bloops and bleeps
from robots, really awesome background music in many of the towns you come
across, and you even get to ring a bell on your bicycle in the game. That
should be enough right there. Any game that lets you ring a bell on a bicycle
definitely goes on my list. The music you get to hear during boss battles is
really cool as well. It really adds a dramatic effect to the game.

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                               CONTROLS - 10/10
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This section won't be very drawn out, but there are still some points to go
over. Controls are a major part of a game for me, and if the controls are just
too frustrating, they can actually make the game less enjoyable. Some games I
have played in the bast were plagued with such horrible controls that I refused
to play them. Fortunately for you, the controls in "Earthbound" are top notch.
There isn't really any time in which the controls are a hassle, and they're not
hard at all to learn. One button brings up the menu, one button examines your
surroundings, one button rings the bell on your bicycle, etc. A not so
well-known fact is that you can actually play "Earthbound" using only your left
hand, which is what many people do - just using their right hand to hold the
controller up.

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                               DIFFICULTY - 3/10
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Keep in mind that a score of 3 out of a possible 10 for Difficulty is
not a bad thing at all, it just means that unless this is the first game you
have ever played in your life, you really shouldn't have too much trouble with
it. In fact, the only reason it got that much of a score is because there are
occasionally battles that require your characters to be slightly leveled up,
and if they aren't, those battles can be a pain. In fact, if you are not at a
certain level, then some battles are literally impossible. There is also one
section in the game where once you go past a certain point, you can't go back
for supplies. I only mention this because it can be very frustrating to get
that far only to realize that you won't be able to beat the game you've worked
so hard to beat. For a real challenge in "Earthbound," however, try to play
through the entire game at low levels, or without using any equipment, or maybe
even both. Other than that, this game is fairly easy.

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                              FUN FACTOR - 10/10
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I don't think it's physically possible to play through "Earthbound" and not
have a good time! The game is so fun that you'll probably end up playing it for
hours on end and wondering where all the time went. Pretty much the only reason
to stop playing "Earthbound" is to do sleep and/or eat - that's it. It's that
awesome.

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                             REPLAY VALUE - 10/10
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The reason this got a perfect score will become very apparent while you're
playing the game, especially after you complete the game. It's so fun that the
second you finish it, chances are you'll turn around and create a brand new
save file. There is so much to find in this game, and there are quite a few
little Easter Eggs thrown in by the game's programmers just to let you have a
little more fun, such as a sign that alludes to an "Earthbound" sequel and a
pair of loving sesame seeds that get separated in a desert. Not only that, but
you'll just want to have fun all over again, and you'll want to experience the
essence that is "Earthbound" as many times as you can.

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                                 PROS AND CONS
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PROS:

-Amazing gameplay
-Great cartoony graphics
-Original sounds
-High level of replayability
-Overall, just a fun game to play!

CONS:

-Under the right circumstances, can be very frustrating

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                                OVERALL - 10/10
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I think I have thoroughly explained myself as to why this game is my favorite
game of all time. It's the one game that can never be topped. It was my
favorite game a few years ago, and it will always remain my favorite game now.
Hey, it's "Earthbound." 'Nuff said.

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                                  BUY OR RENT
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This shouldn't be a hard choice at all, but it really is. Since the chances of
you finding a copy of "Earthbound" at a local store for rent is extremely low,
your only real option is to buy the game. Since it was taken off the shelves of
stores years ago, this can be quite a daunting task. Your best bet is to check
around eBay until you find a used copy. There are usually a lot of them up
there. Whatever you do though, you have to play this game, no matter what.

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                          9.0.0 - Codes and Glitches
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I think that this section is pretty self-explanatory, but when the time comes,
I'll have a little introduction in here. Until then, here you go.

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With the aid of a Game Genie, you can manipulate your game to help yourself out
quite a bit. Not all of these codes have been tested by me, and if you use any
of these codes and your game is wiped out, I cannot be held responsible. Don't
flame me if anything happens. Read the "How To Contact Me" section to learn
what happens when you flame me.

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DB23-77D1       Start with a level 9 character.
DE23-77D1       Start with a level 15 character.
7423-77D1       Start with a level 50 character.
1723-77D1       Start with a level 100 character.
EE23-77D1       Start with a level 255 character.
EE2E-7D01       Start with a super strong character.
BB2D-5461       Start with a lot of H.P.
BB2F-54A1       Start with a lot of PSI.

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Keep in mind that these are Tony Hedstrom's original codes. Be sure to check
out his website at:

http://www.angelfire.com/games2/codehut/

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DE9A-E595
Infinite Bread Rolls

DE96-59F5
Infinite Cookies

DC92-E095
Makes the Bread Roll stronger.  You will recover
about 60 HP instead of only 30 HP.  You can increase
the amount of HP that you recover by modifying the
code (changing the first 2 digits).

7F92-E095
Makes the Bread Roll MUCH stronger.  You will recover
about 300 HP instead of only 30 HP!  You can increase
the amount of HP that you recover by modifying the
code (changing the first 2 digits).

D996-51F5
Makes the Cookie stronger.  You will recover about
30 HP instead of only 6 HP.

DC96-51F5
Makes the Cookie much stronger.  You will recover about
60 HP instead of only 6 HP.  You can increase the
amount of HP that you recover by modifying the code
(changing the first 2 digits).

7F96-51F5
Makes the Cookie MUCH stronger.  You will recover about
300 HP instead of only 6 HP!  You can increase the
amount of HP that you recover by modifying the code
(changing the first 2 digits).

F098-89B0
Makes the Cracked Bat much stronger.  It increases your
offense 20 points instead of only 4 points.  You may
have to un-equip and re-equip the Cracked Bat before
the code will work.

0098-89B0
Makes the Cracked Bat MUCH stronger.  It increases your
offense 68 points instead of only 4 points.  You may
have to un-equip and re-equip the Cracked Bat before
the code will work.  This code may not work if your
level is too high (try the other code above instead).

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DE1C-81F9
Infinite Super Bombs

D01D-85F9
Infinite Bottle Rockets

D017-8029
Infinite Big Bottle Rockets

DE99-E1F5
Infinite Brain Food Lunch

DE56-80F9
Infinite Cup of Life Noodles

DE18-7920
Infinite Kraken Soup

DE93-8025
Infinite Large Pizzas

DE97-E095
Infinite Magic Truffles

DE5A-E0B0
Infinite Peanut Cheesebars

DE5B-59B9
Infinite Bottles of DX Water

DE58-5599
Infinite Magic Puddings

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EE9A-E5F5
Fast money code!  This code lets you get lots of money.
Here's how: Buy a Bread Roll (for $12) with the code
turned off.  Then, turn the code on and sell the Bread
Roll back for $32,646!

DD92-50F5
Hamburgers are free (instead of $14).

DD5B-E190
Double Burgers are free (instead of $24).

DD57-81B0
Skip Sandwiches are free (instead of $38).

DD1B-E1B0
Refreshing Herbs are free (instead of $80).

DD17-8099
Big Bottle Rockets are free (instead of $139).

DD1C-89B9 + DD1C-8929
Super Bombs are free (instead of $399).

DD92-81F0
Tee Ball Bats are free (instead of $48).

DD92-7029 + DD92-79F9
Chef's Fry Pans are free (instead of $1198).

DD92-51B1
Cheap Bracelets are free (instead of $98).

DD90-8521 + DD99-80F1
Gold Bracelets are free (instead of $2799).

DD91-71F0
Teddy Bears are free (instead of $178).

Once again, a special thanks to Tony Hedstrom for letting me use his codes.
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                               9.0.2 - Glitches
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Game designers always try to get the bugs out of a game by using methods such
as testing it. Unfortunately, sometimes these bugs slip under there view. Now,
a warning: Some of these glitches I have not seen with my own eyes, and I
haven't really tried any of them out. If you try to exploit any of these
glitches and your game is wiped out, once again, I cannot be held responsible.
Keep in mind that things such as Easter Eggs will NOT be in this section.

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                             Onett Drugstore Warp
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This was contributed by MasterLink7, and is taken straight from the boards
(edited a little bit for spelling ^_^):

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"Hmmm... well, it might just be my game but I'll do a recreation thingy...

I started my game, went through the usual meteor thingy, I got the Cracked Bat
and equipped it right away, on my way to the meteor I got the Bread Roll. Went
back home and back to bed. Woke up answered to the door, Pokey comes in goes
through the dialogue talked to my mom and got changed, went downstairs and got
Pokey, went outside, remember that a long time ago I had the dog, so I went
back inside talked to the mom thinking she told you to take the dog (I thought
she did...) got the food, so I talked to the dog, took him with me. Went to the
meteor and the dog ran away, got Pickey or whoever said that I could hear a
bee... fought Starman Jr. got the kids back home Buzz Buzz died. Got the Sound
Stone. Went to town and got the map, got the Mr. Baseball Cap and fought a
Yes-Man Jr. and died, continued, started back at the house, saved because I had
to go do something, came back and went to town (the drugstore) and talked to
the dog... now I'm stuck on a bed... it might just be my game though, because
I swear I remember the mom telling me to take the dog with me...

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I don't know how this happened, and I think it's only my game but when I talk
to the white dog in Onett's drugstore it warps me onto Ness's bed, I just put
up the pictures and you can view them with the following links:

www.geocities.com/mcg217/earthbound_glitch1.jpeg

www.geocities.com/mcg217/earthbound_glitch2.jpeg

The first one is a full sized pic with the black borders to show that Ness was
center-screened.

The second is just a smaller one for people with slower connections, but it
shouldn't take very long to load either of them.

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It's a ROM yes but it hasn't been hacked and I highly doubt that it is a bad
dump because everything else runs perfectly fine, in fact, when I talk to the
dog, it warps to the bed in a smooth motion, almost like it was intended, but I
don't think it was.
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                                10.0.0 - Credits
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In order:

            CjayC - for making the best website ever and for hopefully posting
             	    this and any of my other FAQ/Walkthroughs.
      opal WEAPON - for reminding me to explain the stats, and for supplying me
                    with some examples.
         Low Rida - for telling me to add a lot of things to the FAQ,
	            including: The Insignificant Item, the 1/128 items,
		    Miscellaneous Items, and the Bestiary
          PK Hack - for being so awesome.
          Termoil - for the tip on the Sound Stone in the beginning.
         scarfo12 - for reminding me to include Recommended Levels.
      MasterLink7 - for a correction on the Spiteful Crow's item drop rate.
www.gamegenie.com - for the game genie codes.
    Tony Hedstrom - for letting me use his awesome Game Genie Codes.
http://www.network-science.de/ascii/ - for their amazing ASCII Generator
   The Challenger - for helping out a lot with the "Miscellaneous Earthbound
                    Tidbits" section.
      fatbaldguy0 - for helping out a lot with the "Miscellaneous Earthbound
                    Tidbits" section.
         BSulpher - for offering very helpful constructive criticism.

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                                 11.0.0 - Other
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Congratulations - underbird for finally beating the game.
Congratulations - sjrlink100 for owning 3 copies of Earthbound, of which one is
                  actually for the Super Nintendo

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                               12.0.0 - Copyright
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I'm going to reprint the copyright notice here:

This guide was written by awutow15. This guide may be not be reproduced under
any circumstances except for personal, private use. It may not be placed on any
web site or otherwise distributed publicly at all, no exceptions. The only
website allowed to publicly display this guide is www.GameFAQs.com. Use of this
guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display such as another
website or in a magazine is strictly prohibited, and is a violation of
copyright laws. Please, if you see this guide on public display on any other
website, please contact me at awutow15_gamefaqs[at]hotmail[dot]com.

I haven't realized until this point just how painstaking of a process
FAQ writing is, and you should too. Even for this shorter RPG, it takes a
*LONG* time to tweak this guide and get it just right. Then you have to worry
about people not liking the FAQ. But I digress. Moral of the story: Don't
plagiarize or steal anything whatsoever from any FAQs you read, because it
takes people many hours of hard work to put them together, and it just proves
how terrible of a person you are.

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                          13.0.0 - How To Contact Me
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If you have any reason you need to talk to me for anything (relating to this
Earthbound FAQ), email me at:

awutow15_gamefaqs[at]hotmail[dot]com.

Below is information on what I will and will not read. Be sure to keep in mind
that if you send me anything that is under the "Do *Not* Send Me" list, more
than likely you will be blocked, and your message might appear on the GameFAQs
message boards. Read below for more information.

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Questions: I openly accept questions under a few conditions: Be sure to look
through the FAQ to make sure that your question hasn't already been answered.
If it hasn't been answered, be sure that when you email me, to include the
subject of the question along with EB, or "Earthbound" in the subject heading,
or it will probably be deleted. It might also help a lot if you include a
little bit of the question in the subject.

Commendment and Criticism: Obviously, if you think I did a good job with this
FAQ, I'd love to hear from you. I've actually commented on some people's FAQs
before as well. Also, if there is anything you don't like about the FAQ, please
be sure to email me your suggestions as well, and don't forget to include
something in the subject or you will probably get deleted. If you send me
suggestions on something to change about my FAQ, I can't promise anything will
happen - in fact, more than likely nothing will happen. But it can't hurt to
try, right?

Contributions: It would really be appreciated if you could e-mail me any
contributions you have. Like I said before, pretty much anything even remotely
relating to Earthbound is needed to make this guide as complete as I want it to
be. Send in anything ranging from in-depth strategies on how to beat Carbon
Dog/ Diamond Dog to quicker ways of getting the 1/128 items, such as how to get
a green swirl on a particular enemy so you don't have to fight them. Another
section that will be added in a future update that I am very excited about is
an "Earthbound Challenges" section. In this section I hope to include various
challenge-games such as a low-level game and a no-healing game. You never know,
I may even include tips on how to get through those particular challenges.

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|-DO *NOT* SEND ME-|
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Chain Mail, Spam, or Flames, under ANY circumstances. I only accept these
things (chain mail) from a few of my very very close friends, and ONLY my
closest friends, but otherwise, send me anything like this, and you *WILL*
promptly be blocked, no questions asked. Send me flames, and you will probably
find a "G" rated version of your message[s] on the Earthbound message boards.
I refuse to tolerate anything like this, and I don't think there is much more
to be said about it.

Questions asking for Earthbound ROMs. Period. You will immediately be blocked
by me, and do you really want that to happen? Distributing ROMs is illegal.
Period.

Anything with terrible grammar, but most of all, don't send me flames with
terrible grammar, because they will IMMEDIATELY be posted on GameFAQs. You know
what? Just don't send any flames at all, and we can all be happy.

As for grammar, please don't send me e-mail relating to spelling or grammatical
errors in the guide. I am constantly scoping this entire guide in the hopes of
making any corrections I can, and it would be deeply appreciated if we could
just leave it at that. You won't get flamed and your message won't get posted
on the GameFAQs boards, but I would really appreciate it if I didn't receive
any e-mails relating to spelling and grammar. Thank you.

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I'm not sure if this should go in this section, but I couldn't think of
anywhere else to put it. Here, I will simply have a few links that lead you to
my contributor page and a few great "Earthbound" resources.

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                               Contributor Page
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http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/recognition/40374.html

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                           Earthbound Message Boards
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http://boards.gamefaqs.com/gfaqs/gentopic.php?board=8968

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                                  Starmen.net
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www.starmen.net

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http://www.angelfire.com/games2/codehut/

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                            14.0.0 - Final Thoughts
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Man, I never thought writing a FAQ would take so long. However, I hope I did a
good job, as this is my first major FAQ writing experience. Even though at this
point I am not completely finished with the guide, it has still been a fun and
exciting challenge to get this far. Thanks to everyone for their support!

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