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                                   Star Fox Adventures
    |                         ~~~~~~~FAQ/Walkthrough~~~~~~~                      |
    |                                 o----------o                               |
    |                                 |by me frog|                               |
    | | Created on: July 9, 2004    |VersionFinal| GAMECUBE |
    |  RATED T (FOR TEEN)  | Last update: Jan. 2, 2005   |  AIM: NOW CLOSED      |
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    |                     |%%%%%   Table of Contents  %%%%%|                     |
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    |Ch.#| Name of Chapter/Sub-Section|Search | Description                    |%%%|
    |(01)| VERSION HISTORY            | VER.  | I'll describe the updates here |100|
    |(02)| INTRODUCTION               | INTR  | My introduction to Banjo-Tooie |100|
    |(03)| GAME BASICS                | GBAS  |The game basics/overview of JFG |100|
    | 3a | Story                      | STORY | The story of SFA               |100|
    | 3b | Game Screen                |GAMESCR| An ASCII picture of the game   |100|
    | 3c | The SpellStones            |SPELLST| The SpellStone descriptions    |100|
    | 3d | The Krazoa Spirits         |KRAZOAS| The Krazoa descriptions        |100|
    | 3e | Health                     | HEALTH| How health works in the game   |100|
    | 3f | Your Staff                 | STAFF | The Staff you get in the game  |100|
    | 3g | Using Tricky               | TRICKY| About your ally, Tricky        |100|
    | 3h | Controls                   |CONTROL| The controls of the game       |100|
    |(04)| WALKTHROUGH: PARTS 1-10    |WALKTHR| The walkthrough for SFA        |100|
    | 4a | PART 1: PROLOGUE           | PART1 | Finding Spirit One with Kyrstal|100|
    | 4b | Galleon                    |GALLEON| Krystal (Galleon)              |100|
    | 4c | Krazoa Palace              |PALACE1| Getting the first Spirit       |100|
    | 4d | To ThornTail Hollow        |SPACE#1| The first outer space mission  |100|
    | 4e | PART 2: TRICKY & THE QUEEN | PART2 | Rescuing Tricky                |100|
    | 4f | ThornTail Hollow           |THORN1 | Finding the Staff              |100|
    | 4g | Ice Mountain               |ICEMOU1| Finding Tricky: Part 1         |100|
    | 4e | SnowHorn Wastes            |SNOWHO1| Finding Tricky: Part 2         |100|
    | 4f | ThornTail Hollow (2)       |THORN2 | Healing the sick Queen         |100|
    | 4g |PART 3: THE FIRST SPELLSTONE| PART3 | DarkIce Mines and Stone #1     |100|
    | 4h | ThornTail Hollow (3)       |THORN3 | Preparing for DarkIce Mines    |100|
    | 4i | SnowHorn Wastes (2)        |SNOWHO2| Finding the DarkIce GateKeeper |100|
    | 4j | To DarkIce Mines           |SPACE#2| The second space mission       |100|
    | 4k | DarkIce Mines              |DARKICE| Getting SpellStone One         |100|
    | 4l | ThornTail Hollow (4)       |THORN4 | Lighting the ThornTail beacons |100|
    | 4m | PART FOUR: SPIRIT TWO      | PART4 |Getting the second Krazoa Spirit|100|
    | 4n | Moon Mountain Pass         |MOONMO1| Heading to the Volcano area    |100|
    | 4o | Volcano Force Point Temple |VOLCAN1| Dropping off SpellStone one    |100|
    | 4p | Moon Mountain Pass (2)     |MOONMO2| Heading to Krazoa Shrine #2    |100|
    | 4q | Krazoa Shrine #2           |KRAZOA2| Getting the Krazoa Spirit      |100|
    | 4r | Moon Mountain Pass (3)     |MOONMO3|Heading back to ThornTail Hollow|100|
    | 4s | Krazoa Palace (2)          |PALACE2| Dropping off Spirit #2         |100|
    | 4t |PART5: THE SECOND SPELLSTONE| PART5 |ClodRunner Fortress and Stone #2|100|
    | 4u | ThornTail Hollow (5)       |THORN5 | Heading to Cape Claw           |100|
    | 4v | LightFoot Village          |LIGHTF1| Passing through to Cape Claw   |100|
    | 4w | Cape Claw                  |CAPECL1| Finding the second GateKeeper  |100|
    | 4x | To CloudRunner Fortress    |SPACE#3| The third space mission        |100|
    | 4y | CloudRunner Fortress       |CLOUDRU| The second SpellStone          |100|
    | 4z | PART SIX: SPIRIT THREE     | PART6 | Getting the third Krazoa Spirit|100|
    |4aa | ThornTail Hollow (6)       |THORN6 | Heading to Cape Claw           |100|
    |4bb | Cape Claw (2)              |CAPECL2| Getting to the Ocean           |100|
    |4cc | Ocean Force Point Temple   |OCEANF1| Dropping off SpellStone two    |100|
    |4dd | LightFoot Village (2)      |LIGHTF2| Passing the LightFoot tests    |100|
    |4ee | Krazoa Shrine #3           |KRAZOA3| Getting the Krazoa Spirit      |100|
    |4ff | Krazoa Palace              |PALACE3| Dropping off Spirit #3         |100|
    |4gg |PART 7: THE THIRD SPELLSTONE| PART7 | Walled City and Stone #3       |100|
    |4hh | ThornTail Hollow (7)       |THORN7 | Opening the gate to Walled City|100|
    |4ii | To Walled City             |SPACE#4| The fourth space mission       |100|
    |4jj | Walled City                |WALLED1| The third SpellStone           |100|
    |4kk | PART EIGHT: SPIRIT FOUR    | PART8 |Getting the fourth Krazoa Spirit|100|
    |4ll | ThornTail Hollow (8)       |THORN8 | Heading to the Volcano Force   |100|
    |4mm |Volcano Force Point Temple 2|VOLCAN2| Dropping off SpellStone #3     |100|
    |4nn | ThornTail Hollow (9)       |THORN9 | Getting the Large Scarab Bag   |100|
    |4oo | SnowHorn Wastes (2)        |SNOWHO2| Opening Krazoa Shrine #4       |100|
    |4pp | Krazoa Shrine #4           |KRAZOA4| Getting the Krazoa Spirit      |100|
    |4qq | Krazoa Palace (4)          |PALACE4| Dropping off Spirit #4         |100|
    |4rr |PART9: THE FOURTH SPELLSTONE| PART9 | Dragon Rock and Stone #4       |100|
    |4ss | ThornTail Hollow (10)      |THORN10| Finding GateKeeper #4          |100|
    |4tt | To Dragon Rock             |SPACE#5| The fifth space mission        |100|
    |4uu | Dragon Rock                |DRAGONR| Getting the fourth SpellStone  |100|
    |4vv | PART 10: THE FINAL SPIRITS |PART10 | The final Spirits and battle   |100|
    |4ww | Cape Claw                  |CAPECL3|Re-opening the Ocean Force Point|100|
    |4xx |Ocean Force Point Temple (2)|OCEANF2| Dropping off SpellStone #4     |100|
    |4yy | ThornTail Hollow (11)      |THORN11| The final visit to the Hollow  |100|
    |4zz | Walled City (2)            |WALLED2| Opening Krazoa Srhine #5       |100|
    |4aaa| Krazoa Shrine #5           |KRAZOA5| Getting the Krazoa Spirit      |100|
    |4bbb| Krazoa Palace (5)          |PALACE5| Freeing Krystal                |100|
    |4ccc| Final Battle - SPOILERS!!! |FINALBA| Fighting the last boss         |100|
    |4ddd| Endgame - SPOILERS!!!      |ENDGAME| The ending description         |100|
    |(05)| THORNTAIL STORE            |THORNTA| The ThornTail Store description|100|
    |(06)| THE CHEAT TOKENS           |TOKENCH| Tokens and the Cheat Maze      |100|
    |(07)| ENEMY LIST                 |ENEMYLI| The enemies in the game        |100|
    |(08)| LEGAL INFORMATION          |LEGAL  | My legal information           |100|
    |(09)| CONTACT                    |CONTAC | Contact rules/how to contact me|100|
    |(10)| CREDITS/CLOSING            | CRCO  | The wrap up to this FAQ            |
    |                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                     |
    |                     |%%%%%    Version History   %%%%%|           VER.      |
    |                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                     |
    VersionFinal| Jan. 2, 2005  | The final update that I am making to this FAQ.
    |Version 1.0| July 17, 2004 | For the most part, this guide is complete. I could
    +-----------+---------------| split up the versions from July but I worked on
                                | a new version every day. Ten versions of
                                | descriptions of what I did would be like thirty
                                | KB, so this is probably the first and last version
                                | that I'll give.
    |                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                     |
    |                     |%%%%%     Introduction     %%%%%|           INTR      |
    |                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                     |
    I've really lost interest in doing introductions. For the past few FAQs, my
    introductions have been pure crap. So anyway, I'm me frog. I made a huge FAQ Plan
    back in April which basically laid out everything that I was going to do for the
    rest of the year. About ten days after I made it, some VERY large changes
    occured. At the beginning of July, even more drastic changes occured. So I am
    about halfway done (or close to halfway done) with the plan and for the most
    part, I'm sticking to my original plan. I don't even remember the original now,
    except for the first half :) Oh well. Anyway, Star Fox Adventures was not part of
    my first or second plan. It was too much trouble to do Super Mario RPG because I
    couldn't track down a cheap SNES and I was saving for an iPod.
    Also, although Star Fox Adventures isn't the greatest game (I'd give it a 6/10),
    I wanted to do one last run-through. This is a game that's fun the first time
    through, but with no replay value so I knew that if I wanted to write for it, I'd
    have to do it soon. And... well, this is how this guide was born. That's really
    the biggest intro I can think of right now. Wow, I suck, don't I?
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    |                     |%%%%%     Game Basics      %%%%%|           GBAS      |
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    |                                  Story                              STORY     |
    WARNING: While this doesn't actually reveal any major plot points in the game,
    it'll reveal quite a bit of the first hour or so of the game so you have been
    The game opens with Krystal, a mysterious... well, she's from an ancient tribe.
    That's really all her background is. She is searching for reasons of the death of
    her parents (which she never solves in any course of the game... just a stupid
    excuse...) when she receives a distress signal from a small world called Dinsoaur
    Planet. Upon flying there, she meets General Scales on his Galleon, the ruler of
    Dinosaur Planet. After stupidly trying to attack General Scales, she gets thrown
    off Galleon. After being saved by a CloudRunner, she is flown to Krazoa Palace.
    There, she frees the first "Krazoa Spirit" and then gets trapped by... something
    (not revelaed to us yet). Here she remains until all six Krazoa Spirits have
    freed her...
    Cut to the GreatFox. It's had a bit of a bad run lately. It's all worn out and
    needs repairs. Why? The Star Fox team hasn't gotten a mission in quite a long
    time. Fox only listens to rock music now, Slippy works on her robots and machine,
    and Peppy keeps trying to naviagte their locations. Falco has left the Star Fox
    team since there was nothing to do and is now nowhere to be seen. Suddenly,
    General Pepper will pop up and explain that he has a mission for Fox. The world
    of Dinosuar Planet has fallen apart. Pieces of the planet have actually split and
    are now floating around in space. General Pepper wants Fox to investigate what's
    going on down at Dinosaur Planet. If he succeeds, Pepper will transfer a money
    reward to Fox.
    When Fox lands, he finds the staff that Krystal lost at the beginning of the
    game. After using it a while, he meets up with the Queen EarthWalker. All
    dionsaurs on Dinosaur Planet speak a different language (basing it off the
    English language, Rare actually created a language for this game) and Fox can't
    understand a word of what she's saying. Slippy will translate and tell Fox that
    he must find the Queen's son, Tricky. As soon as Tricky is rescued, Slippy will
    get the translator working and Fox is able to understand the dinosaurs talk.
    After Fox does so, he finds that the Queen is sick. After going on a short
    mission to heal her, the Queen will spill the beans on why Dinosaur Planet has
    fallen apart.
    This is as far as I go, since I feel three paragraphs is enough. A complete story
    analysis isn't what you need I bet, so this is as much as you need.
    |                               Game Screen                         GAMESCR     |
    Here, I will use my limited ASCII art talents to try to show you a screen of the
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    |    |   PDA SCREEN    |                          _____________________________ |
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    |    |                 |                         |   FC  MS  FF  GT  BS  S     ||
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    Upper left corner - Health
    Below health - Staff Energy Meter
    Lower left corner - PDA Screen
    Upper right corner - Action screen (it's circles but I can't get circles in
    Below Action Screen - Item lists (use C-Stick to cycle between the four)
    Lower right corner - Common items: FC = Fuel Cells
                                       MS = MoonSeeds
                                       FF = Fireflies
                                       GT = GrubTubs
                                       BS = Bomb Spores
                                        S = Scarabs
    The middle is, of course, the screen you look at.
    |                                SpellStones                        SPELLST     |
    The SpellStones are the reason that Dionsaur Planet has fallen apart. The are
    four of them and all four have been placed on a different section of the planet
    that is floating in space (It'd actually be cool if you could explore the planet,
    but you only get to explore the floating space hunks... meh). Anyway, the main
    point of the game is to recover the four SpellStones. There is no SpellStone on
    ThornTail Hollow, but on the other four areas there is. One is held at the
    DarkIce Mines. The second one is at CloudRunner Fortress, the third is held at
    Walled City, and the final one is located at Dragon Rock. The first, third, and
    fourth are guarded by bosses but the second one you simply get by beating a
    SharpClaw in a speeder race.
    Rare can lazy sometimes... Anyway, each time you get a SpellStone, you have to
    return it to the core of the planet (okay, so you DO get to visit the actual
    planet for about a total of ten seconds in the whole game) where there is a huge
    amount of energy pushing the planet apart. Placing the four SpellStones will
    channel the energy so the planet will come back together again. There are two
    different temples you have to go through to get the three SpellStones to the
    Force Point. The orange SpellStones (stones one and three) have to be taken
    through the Volcano Force Point Temple. The blue SpellStones (stones two and
    four) must be taken through the Ocean Force Point Temple. They both eventually
    lead to the same place, the actual Force Point.
    Once all four are placed, the planet will get back together again and you will
    have completed your mission.
    |                              Krazoa Spirits                       KRAZOAS     |
    Aside from the SpellStones, the Krazoa Spirits are the most important items in
    the game. There are six Krazoa Spirits, and you get two of them in the Krazoa
    Palace. Krystal gets the first one within the first half hour of the game, inside
    Krazoa Palace. Fox gets the second one at Moon Mountain Pass. The third one is
    located at LightFoot Village while the fourth one is found in SnowHorn Wastes.
    The fifth one is at Walled City and the final Krazoa Spirit is located back
    inside the Krazoa Palace. You'll only have four Krazoa Spirits even after you get
    all of the SpellStones so you'll have to get the final two before you can finish
    the game. For the first five Krazoa Spirits, you'll have to take a test to get
    the Spirit.
    The first test is the Test of Observation. The next four are the Test of Combat,
    the Test of Fear, the Test of Strength, and the Test of Knowledge. The final
    Krazoa Spirit is gotten very easily. Damn, it'd be nice if you could get it in
    some extremely challenging way but oh well. Each time you get a Krazoa Spirit,
    you'll have to return it to the Krazoa Palace. For the first and sixth ones,
    it'll be easy since you'll already be in the depths of the Palace. The second one
    is the hardest to return because you have to go through the WHOLE Palace. The
    third,, fourth, and fifth ones are easy because you don't have to actually head
    through the whole of the Palace; you end up warping near the end. Once you get
    all six Krazoa Spirits, Krystal is freed and you'll face the final boss.
    |                                 Health                             HEALTH     |
    Health works just like lots of health in an action-RPG. You have different
    segments of health and each time you get hit, you'll lose a portion of a segment.
    You start of with three segments of health, so you'll actually have twelve
    "units" of health. Each time you get hit, you'll usually lose a unit. Some
    attacks are strong enough to take out two or three units so watch out for those
    types of attacks. When you get lit on fire, you'll slowly lose units of health
    until the fire goes out (roll to put it out quicker). Each time you get a
    SpellStone, you'll gain a segment of health. You can get up to seven segments of
    health for a total of twenty-eight units. For people looking for a challenge, you
    can't avoid gaining extra health, sorry.
    Recovering health in space and on land is different. In space, you fly through
    the silver rings spread out. There are very few silver rings and, unfortunately,
    you only restore a unit of health per ring. On land, you can get different
    eggs/pods. Eggs will restore an entire segment of health, while pods only restore
    two units. When you lose all of your health, you'll fall to the ground dead. If
    you have a creature called a Bafomdad, you can be revived at full health and
    continue RIGHT from where you died. Given the massive amount of Bafomdads in the
    game, you shouldn't die that much after the first quarter of the game. If you die
    without having a Bafomdad, you'll be asked to save and then asked to quit. If you
    save and continue, you'll begin from the start of the most recent room you
    All enemies and puzzles you solved will be set back to normal so you'll have to
    do them again. It's not major unless you just solved a huge puzzle that you took
    forever to solve. But hey, you shouldn't be dying :)
    |                               Your Staff                            STAFF     |
    The Staff is the only reason that Fox even has a chance of survival on the
    planet. Since General Pepper was an idiot in not letting Fox bring his Blaster
    along, Fox is defensless except for the Staff. Within your first minute of
    playing as Fox, you'll find the staff in the middle of a grass patch surrounded
    by trees. When you're not fighting, you can only whack once with the Staff and
    perform no combos. When you're locked on to enemies, you can perform many
    different combos. If you hold up or down on the control stick and press A, Fox
    will twirl his stick rapidly, hitting the enemies. He'll then charge up the staff
    in a blue light and give another whack. If you hold left or right while pressing
    A, Fox will hit in the lower part of the SharpClaws bodies and then do a jump 360
    and do a final whack.
    If you just tap A without pressing the control stick, Fox will do a few whacks.
    He'll then do a jump spin kick and a sidekick before ending the combo. There
    aren't any added powers to these combos so just do whichever one is the coolest
    to you. The Staff can also be used as a key to open chests, and level to activate
    switches, and a stick to lift up a rock. If you find a strange chest, press A and
    Fox will insert the Staff into it and open up the chest. If you find a wall
    switch, stick the Staff in the hole to flip the switch. If you find a rock, walk
    around it until the "A" symbol appears. Then rapidly press A and Fox will use his
    strength to lift up the rock and reveal the Scarabs (only Scarabs are under
    rocks) beneath.
    The Staff also has different powers. There are six powers for the Staff. The
    first one is the Fire Blaster. Fox will get in a first-person mode and he can aim
    and fire at different things. This can activate high switches or kill airborn
    enemies. The second is the Rocket Booster. When Fox finds small Rocket Pads, he
    can stick the Staff inside of them. After charging up the Staff briefly, he can
    rocket to an upper ledge. The third power is the Freeze Blast. This emits an icy
    wave in front of Fox, freezing enemies or extinguishing flames. The fourth
    upgrade is the Ground Quake. If you use this, it'll send out a shockwave. This
    can greatly harm or stun some enemies, and it (rarely) can activate switches that
    are in out-of-reach places.
    The fifth is the Disguise. Slippy sends this to you in CloudRunner Fortress. If
    you use this power, you'll become a SharpClaw. Enemies will ignore you and you'll
    be able to escape the CloudRunner prison by doing this. The sixth is the Portal
    Device. There are three or four strange, large doors in the world. If you insert
    the Staff in the hole in the center, it will open the door. The final upgrade is
    the Super Quake. This is simply an upgraded version of the Ground Quake. It uses
    more Staff Energy and causes more damage. Staff Energy is needed to use the Staff
    Powers. Depending on the power, little to a lot of Staff Energy can be used.
    There are gems throughout the land that you can collect to restore your Staff
    Also, there are three Staff Energy Meters throughout the lands. Collect these and
    your Staff Energy will increase. You'll want to get it as large as possible so
    you don't have to constantly refill it. That's all there is to the Staff really.
    You'll get very familiar with it as you progress through the game, so don't worry
    |                                 Tricky                             TRICKY     |
    Fox will rescue Tricky about a half-hour into the game. From then on, he becomes
    Fox's ally. Tricky has several commands that you give him. The first on is Heel.
    This will automatically call Tricky back to Fox if a distance grows between you
    or if you just ordered Tricky to stay in one place. The second command is Play.
    You must buy Tricky's Ball at the ThornTail Store (15 Scarabs is the List Price,
    11 Scarabs is the Bargain Price) before this command becomes available. If you
    play with Tricky a lot by using the ball, something special will happen. What is
    it? Every throw, Tricky will slowly change colors. Eventually, he'll become a
    totally different color. It's nothing special, just a little extra. But hey, if
    you get bored with Tricky's color, you know what to do :)
    Find is another important command. If you find dirt patches or cracks in a wall,
    have Tricky use Find. He'll dig in the area and uncover a hole or an item that is
    usually either a Bafomdad or important to your quest. The next command is Flame.
    If you are in front of an ice wall, vent, or unlit torch, you can use Flame to
    melt/light it. Don't get in the way of Tricky's flames or you'll be burned too!
    The next command is Stay. If a switch requires weight, then have Tricky use Stay
    and he'll remain there so you can do whatever you need to do. Just use Heel to
    call him back. Both Find and Flame require GrubTubs to use. Tricky has a sort of
    power meter as well, made up of six little fungi called GrubTubs, an
    EarthWalker's favorite food.
    Find and Flame each cost one GrubTub. If you empty the meter, Tricky won't be
    able to perform those commands. You'll have to feed him more (they are all over
    the place) to get him to do those commands.
    |                                Controls                          CONTROLS     |
                                Control Stick: Move
    The control stick is used to maneuver, like all games... almost. You can move in
    any direction within 360 degrees (duh). Fox McCloud can run pretty fast but the
    control is slightly sloppy. Just keep that in mind when you're running near
    edges. Anyway, if you hold it very slightly in any direction, your character
    will start to tiptoe. Running doesn't alert enemies any more than tiptoing does,
    so it's perfectly find to run. However, you'll sometimes have to go across very
    narrow areas, and that's where tiptoing comes in handy big time. Anyway, if you
    hold the control stick about halfway, you can walk. That's somewhat handy during
    those tight bridges. Push it all the way forward and your character will then
    begin to run.
    You never get tired, so you can run all you want without fear of slowing down
    when outrunning an enemy. You can outrun most enemies, but if you can't, then
    just fight them. When you jump in the water, you can also move around within 360
    degrees on the surface. You don't swim very fast in water, but you can swim as
    long as you want to on the surface. You can't swim underwater, so don't worry
    about that.
                                 A Button: Use Staff
    Get out the A button to start using your Staff. When you're not fighting, you can
    only whack once with the Staff and perform no combos. When you're locked on to
    enemies, you can perform many different combos. If you hold up or down on the
    control stick and press A, Fox will twirl his stick rapidly, hitting the enemies.
    He'll then charge up the staff in a blue light and give another whack. If you
    hold left or right while pressing A, Fox will hit in the lower part of the
    SharpClaws bodies and then do a jump 360 and do a final whack. If you just tap A
    without pressing the control stick, Fox will do a few whacks. He'll then do a
    jump spin kick and a sidekick before ending the combo. There aren't any added
    powers to these combos so just do whichever one is the coolest to you.
                               B Button: Cancel Command
    Once you get out your item list, the A button will perform whatever the
    highlighted item is. By pressing B, you'll cancel the item list which switches
    your A button command back to the Staff. That's all there is to this. One of my
    shortest move descriptions ever.
                                 X Button: Roll
    Rolling is actually pretty useful in this game. If you roll constantly while
    moving, you'll actually move faster than if you did a regular run. However, you
    can't attack while rolling and it's harder to control yourself as well. But if
    you're against the clock or trying to outrun a fast enemy, rolling is the thing
    to do. Don't do it if you have to make sudden, sharp turns since you'll only do
    wide turns while rolling.
                              Y Button: Assign Command
    Yet again, a command without that big of a use. If you highlight an item in the
    items list, and then press Y instead of A, the item/move/command will be
    assigned to Y as a shortcut. So whenever you press Y, you'll automatically
    switch to that move. For example, say you need to be in an area where you're
    constantly switching to your Fire Blaster. Just assign it to Y to get it out
    quickly for quick use. This applies to all items, all Staff Powers, and all of
    Tricky's Commands.
                               C-Stick: Item Invetory
    You don't pause the game or anything to get to items. Nope, you have to do it
    while still in the game. But since it's the C-Stick, it's pretty simple to do.
    Tap the C-Stick in any direction to bring the item list up. You use left and
    right to cycle between the three item folders (Items, Tricky Commands, and Staff
    Powers). Use the up and down C-Stick controls to cycle up and down between items
    in different menus. It's very easy to do this, though it might seem hard, so
    even when you're running from an enemy while rolling you'll be able to manage
    (though I don't know how Fox would manage... but oh well).
                                 R Button: Shield
    There are two types of shields. One is a lot more useful than the other, but they
    each appear when needed. When you're not locked on to an enemy, hold R and a very
    nice-looking blue sphere will appear around Fox. Any strikes/blasts sent by
    enemies will be deflected. When you're actually locked on to an enemy, you have
    the worse shield. Fox will use his Staff and hold it in front of him. Any strikes
    a SharpClaw sends at you will be deflected, but you won't be able to attack the
    SharpClaw back. Let me note that you can't use any items/moves/commands or even
    move whenever you're using a shield. Only use it if the enemy is "passing by" or
    you'll otherwise have to eventually unshield and face the enemy anyway.
                                Z Button: Use Goggles
    When you press Z, Fox will automatically switch to a first-person view. Before
    you buy the High-Def Goggles, you'll just be able to look around left and right.
    When you get the goggles, the screen will change. You'll have a meter which shows
    you how directly center you're looking. Also, pressing the C-Stick up or down
    will allow you to zoom in or out. This allows you to look at things much closer
    and it's actually required in a later part of the game. When you want to get back
    to third-person mode, you simply have to press Z again.
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    |                    |%%%%% Walkthrough: Parts 1-10 %%%%%|         WALKTHR    |
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    |                              Part 1: Prologue                       PART1     |
    |                                  Galleon                            GALLEON   |
    The game opens with Krystal searching for the truth of her parent's death. She
    hears a distress signal from a small planet in the Lylat System called Dinosaur
    Planet. She decided to investigate. She's riding on a dinosaur and all of
    asudden, meteors come down from below. They smash Krystal's staff and it falls
    down. A huge flying ship approachs and your first battle begins.
    BOSS: General Scale's ship
    At the start, two holes willb e spitting meteors at you. Use the dinosaur to move
    up and down and press A to fire at the ship. You need to fire at the two holes to
    light up their flames. You have infinite health, so don't worry if you're hit.
    Keep firing at one until the flames light, then focus on the other. Once that's
    done, you'll automatically shift your focus to the propellor. Rapidly fire beams
    of light at the propellor wings and they'll flash red. One by one, the wings will
    fall off. You should be able to knock off all four wings before you return to
    normal view. If not, you'll have to repeat the start again before getting a
    chance to knock the rest of the wings off. Once the wings are gone, you'll have
    to light up the two holes again.
    This time, the ship will turn around and the front will charge at you. Fire at
    the dinosaur face at the front and each time you hit it, it'll flash red. It
    doesn't take that many hits in the face to kill, so you should wipe it out on
    your first try. Once it's done, a cinema will show Krystal landing. The dinosaur
    will take off and you'll have control of crystal.
    At the start, the game will tell you to move with the control stick. You must
    track down a cry for help, but at the moment you can't hear anything. You can
    press X to roll but it doesn't really help. Go down the ramp and then head across
    the deck (ignoring the moving boxes). Go up and eventually you'll find a bird
    trapped in a cage. The game will tell you to press A when the "A" symbol appears.
    So do so and the bird will open the door behind you. So turn around and go down
    the steps and cross to the other side of the deck, where a door is now open. Go
    down to the deck and you'll find a key on a pedestool. Grab the key and then exit
    the deck. Return to the birdcage which is where you need to go next and another
    cinema will occur.
    As you approach, a huge lizard will pop out and introduce himself as General
    Scales. He'll say how he's the leader of Dinosaur Planet and Krystal will
    confront General Scales, saying as how she heard about how evil he was. He'll say
    that he has to control this planet with fear in order to keep it intact. Krystal,
    being the drunken furry creature she is, thinks she can take him on so she'll
    charge at him. General Scales throws her off the edge of the ship, but she's
    rescued by her dinosaur friend. As they fly off, General Scales will shot that
    this isn't over.
    |                              Krazoa Palace                          PALACE1   |
    You'll be taken to Krazoa Palace by the dinosaur. He'll warn you about the
    dangers inside, but we have to go in anyway. The game will tell you that you can
    save anytime when you feel like it by pausing and then selecting to save. With
    that in mind, ignore the tentacle creature and rush forward to the fallen
    dinosaur. He'll tell you that the King EarthWalker sent them to protect the
    palace but they were (obviously) defeated. He'll tell you that you can press X to
    roll out of the way when you find yourself in danger (but we already knew that,
    didn't we). By now, the tentacle crature should've spotted you, so you're in
    trouble. Roll out and to the right, where the path is blocked by boxes. Uh-oh. In
    the center is a little circle.
    Approach it and the game will describe it as a Fuel Pad. When you use a barrel,
    another fuel barrel will appear at this spot. Useful. Now go to the left of the
    hurt dinosaur to find a locked door. Use the C-Stick to get to your invetory and
    open the door with the key you got at the galleon. Inside is a fuel barrel. Grab
    it with A and rush over to the boxes. Throw the barrel at them to clear a path.
    They'll reveal eggs which can restore your health. Grab them since you probably
    have lost some health and then head down the ramp into another area of Krazoa
    Palace. Another injured dinosaur is near you. Talk to it and he'll explain that
    General Scales and his SharpClaw army attacked the palace and the dinosaurs were
    He'll then say to safely search an area, you can search from head view with Z
    (which we'll never use that much). Now head left, past the fallen pillar, to talk
    to another dinosaur. He'll tell you to do sidestep mode, hold L and move the
    control stick left and right. This will be described as strafing in the guide.
    Anyway, you'll find a cracked wall here which means it's time for another Fuel
    Barrel! Return to the Fuel Pad where a barrel will be. Head down the ramp (don't
    fall or you'll let go of the barrel) and rush over to the cracked wall. Toss the
    barrel there to blow it up. Head inside and go left (head right and bust open the
    barrels if you need Pods for health). Ignore the tentacle enemy and take a right.
    Talk to the dinosaur who will explain that they hid the Krazoa Spirits from
    General Scales throughout the planet (nice, WE have to find those) so that Scales
    couldn't find them.
    Behind the dinosaur is another Fuel Barrel. Pick it up and look right, where some
    boxes are. Toss the barrel at them to clear the area. Past the boxes, there are
    flmaethrowers guarding a cracked wall. There's nothing we can do here at the
    moment so head back to the tentacle enemy and continue forward down the path. At
    the end is a Fuel Pad that should have a Fuel Barrel on it. Pick it up and
    QUICKLY rush to the flamethrower area. If you touch the flames, the barrel will
    blow up so you have to wait when they appepar. Rush to the wall and throw the
    barrel at the wall before the barrel explodes in your hands. If you succeed, the
    wall will be torn down. Head through to be in a much bigger room. There's a Fuel
    Pad with a Fuel Barrel on it.
    Pick it up and go right to find a big black switch. Stepping on it opens a HUGE
    door but if you step off the door will close. You need to weigh the switch down
    with something. Place the Fuel Barrel on it to keep the door open. Head through
    and talk to the hurt dino. This one has much more important information. This is
    the dinosaur that sent the signal. He'll say how the Krazoa need your help since
    they are dying. He'll explain what the Krazoa area, Peace Spirits that bring life
    to a planet. Without them, the planet is dead. You need to take a test to earn a
    Krazoa Spirit. If you're pure of heart (duh), you can complete the test. He'll
    open the Krazoa Shrine entrance where you can try to earn the Krazoa Spirits.
    He'll tell you to come back once you're done at the Krazoa Shrine.
    Once he's done talking, head over to the warp and press A to warp to the Shrine.
    In here, head forward to find a ladder on your right. Climb it (notice how
    Krystal's feet actually meet the rungs... first game in a LONG time that actually
    does that) up to the top and then rush past the flamethrowers. Drop down into the
    lower area with a tentacle enemy. Ignore it and climb the ladder up to the weird
    shield. Up forward it'll explain that the shield is a Life-Force Door (like in
    Jet Force Gemini) and to open it, the enemies in the room need to be defeated.
    Pick up the Fuel Barrel here and throw it at the tentacle enemy to open the door.
    In this next area, you'll find a switch, flamethrowers, a gate, and an enemy
    across from you.
    Step on the switch and wait there until the gate opens completely and then rush
    forward, through the flamethrowers (you'll only get hurt a little) and through
    the gate before it closes. Inside the next area, you'll find your first Krazoa
    Spirit. Talk to it to start TEST 1 - THE TEST OF OBSERVATION. You have to watch
    where the spirit hides in the urns. At the start, the spirit will hide in one of
    six urns. The first part of the test is VERY simple, with them moving very
    slowly. Run up to the urn afterwords to discover where the spirit lies. The
    secondand third tests are also very easy. Once they're done, the spirit will
    charge into Krystal's body and you'll be granted the first KRAZOA SPIRIT of the
    Notice how her eyes changed to purple. You'll now automatically return to the
    Krazoa Temple. Rush over to the dinosaur who will explain that the Shrines keep
    the Spirits safe from harm. So the Krazoa Spirit must return to the Shrine to
    stay safe. The dinosaur will then let you go. Behind him is a platform that will
    take you to a very nice looking tunnel. Follow it down and right and step on the
    shining light and press A. Krystal will release the Spirit into the Shrine (looks
    painful). Suddenly, the spirit will spit a weird laser forward and a creature
    will approach Krystal. Who is it? We don't know yet. After a werid scene with
    lots of blue light, Krystal will be trapped in a... crystal with the first spirit
    circling her.
    |                Meanwhile, in a lost corner of the Lylat System      SPACE#1   |
    Having not receieved a mission in a while and going bankrupt, we find the StarFox
    team in distress. Falco has left due to boredom and Fox has gone down to
    listening to music, Slippy to working on her robot, and Peppy to mapmaking.
    Suddenly, the General will come on and say that he has a mission for the team.
    And, well... you know the rest.
    Mission Briefing - Your mission takes place on ThornTail Hollow. Locate the Queen
                       of the EarthWalker Tribe. She will help you further.
    Fly through one gold ring to reach Dinosaur Planet. Flying is easy. Control stick
    to move, A to fire. That's all you need to know. Seeing as how there's a ottal of
    ten rings in the place, flying through one shouldn't be that difficult at all.
    They are small, but you can manage. I was able to go through nine on my very
    first time of playing the game (two years ago). Try to get high scores since
    it's... well, fun.
    |                         Part 2: Tricky & the Queen                  PART2     |
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN1    |
    Fox will land and General Pepper will pop up on Fox's communicator. He'll explain
    that you can contact Slippy, Peppy, or Pepper. After a few more words, Fox will
    complain about not being able to bring his blaster. Pepper will respond by saying
    the mission is about saving the planet, not blowing it up. Uh... he still needs
    his blaster. Fox will go out and you'll start the REAL game. Go forward and talk
    to the ThornTail. After talking, head over to a circle of trees with a patch of
    grass in the center. You'll find Krystal's fallen staff here! She'll pop up and a
    message will play about how she's in grave danger if the message is being played.
    That's REALLY cheesy but oh well. Anyway, after some more talk, you'll be in
    There's LOTS of things we can do here, but for now just head forward into the
    little area in front of a door. Out will pop four SharpClaws. This is your first
    test with the staff. Fighting is really easy. You automatically lock on and the
    SharpClaws don't understand the meaning of "team up" so they'll just watch as you
    fight. Hey, if anyone finds animated blood, tell me (not flashes of red) since
    that's why this is Teen and I can't find blood anywhere. Oh well. Anyway, after
    wiping out the SharpClaws (you can do different cool combos with the staff by
    using the control stick, so keep that in mind) another message will play. Again,
    really cheesy but what are you going to do? Anyway, a door will open nearby. Go
    left for a while, over the river and passed the circular structure, to find a
    cave with a rock.
    Life the rock with your staff and you'll reveal a hole. Drop down to a hidden
    area. Go through the tunnel, and then jump to the island in the center of the
    water. Here, you'll power up your staff with a STAFF UPGRADE. These things we add
    new powers to your staff. This one is the most important: the Fire Blaster. Use
    the C-Stick to switch to the yellow bar and select the Fire Blaster. Aim with the
    control stick and fire with A. You'll use up energy from your magic meter
    thingymbob. Anyway, aim at the red switch next to the closed gate and fire at it.
    If you hit, it'll turn green and the gate will open. Head back through the tunnel
    and return to ThornTail Hollow. Out here, head back to where you fought the
    Get out your Fire Blaster and shoot at the switch at the top of the door. This
    will open the door. Head through the tunnel to find the Queen Earthwalker, who's
    really depressed. She'll speak in Dino Talk and Slippy will translate for you.
    Apparently, her son Tricky has gone missing in Ice Mountain. She wants you to
    find Tricky and bring him back to her. She'll call for the Warp Stone to let you
    go to Ice Mountain when you're ready. Once that's done, you'll be back in
    control. You need to blast open the wall to the second area but first let's do
    some other things. Head down near the start of ThornTail Hollow and you'll find a
    dinosaur surrounded by many rocks. You should be able to lift these rocks with
    your staff.
    They have Scarabs underneath them. Grab one Scarab, which is actually worth ten.
    Now cross the river and head through the door on the other side. Climb down and
    follow the path to enter ThornTail Store. Listen to the shopkeeper's introduction
    and then head through the door across from you when he's done. Lots of great
    things are here but what we want is the Rock Candy, which costs ten Scarabs. Buy
    it and then look around. If you want other things, get more Scarabs from the
    rocks and buy them. Otherwise, we're done at the store for now. Head out and look
    for a strange plant by the river with smoke coming out of it. Get out your Fire
    Blaster and shoot at the plant. This is actually a Bomb Spore Plant and when you
    shoot it, it explodes and sends Bomb Spores everywhere.
    Grab one and then head over all the way to the corner where the dino moved when
    you talked to the Queen EarthWalker. There's a dirt patch next to a cracked wall.
    Use the C-Stick to select the Bomb Spore and plant it here. It'll grow into its
    own plant. Use the Fire Blast to blow it up, blowing up the wall as well. Head
    into the next area, which is where the giant Warp Stone lies. Locate the ledge
    where you can jump to and then step on the green patch of grass. The Warp Stone
    will complain how no one gives him gifts anymore. Use the C-Stick to give the
    Rock Candy to him. After a lot of talking, Fox will convince the Warp Stone to
    let him warp to different places. At the moment, we want to go to Ice Mountain.
    Hold left on the control stick to warp to the mountain.
    |                                Ice Mountain                         ICEMOU1   |
    At the start, rush forward through the tunnel. You'll see a scene of a huge ship
    bringing Tricky down to two SharpClaws. After beating Tricky, the SharpClaws will
    chase him into a cave where the door will slam shut. Damn. Head forward and you
    should see a cannon in the distance. A SharpClaw will HORRIBLE aim is trying to
    shoot at you. Ignore him an go left up a small hill. You'll find a Fuel Pad with
    a Fuel Barrel already on it. Pick it up and light on top will start to flash.
    These Fuel Barrels have timed bombs inside. If you hold it for too long, it'll
    blow up and damage you. You want to rush it to the barricade of boxes blocking
    the path. Throw it at them to clear the way. Inside are two blue SharpClaws. Wipe
    both of them out and a switch will appear above the closed door.
    Head over to that area and use the Fire Blaster to hit the switch, opening the
    door. Head inside to start another cinema. The SharpClaws are beating Tricky
    again and Fox will interrupt. Tricky will run off not realizing that Fox is there
    to save him. The SharpClaws will jump on speeders and chase after him.
    Conviniently, there's a leftover speeder that Fox will jump on. A chase scene
    begins! This is pretty simple; A button to accelerate, B to break, and control
    stick to move. The SharpClaws are pretty tough, laying bombs down to slow you
    down. If you pass both of them, then you should have a clear path for the rest of
    the course. You can also blow up the other speeders by ramming into them. If you
    do that, you can make things a lot easier but only do that if all else fails.
    Simply try to get and keep the lead and you'll win easily. Once that's done, Fox
    will fly into a hot spring and Tricky will taunt him. After many failed attempts
    at understanding Tricky, Slippy will finally activate the translator so you can
    understand all dinos now. Excellent. Once you're back in control, Tricky will
    join you. Head down the path and you'll come to a huge area of lava. Ignore it
    and go right, past the lava. You'll find two sleeping... mushrooms? Whatever.
    Anyway, Tricky will explain that these are GrubTubs, an EarthWalker's favorite
    food. Whack them with your staff and then collect them. Feed them to Tricky with
    the C-Stick and A and he'll feel strong enough to help you out. You'll get the
    FIND option for him.
    Go to his C-Stick menu and select FIND SECRET near a crack or dirt patch. If
    something's there, Tricky will dig it up. There's a dirt patch near the fire so
    have Tricky dig there to uncover a switch. If you step on it, a gate will open.
    However, stepping off will make the gate shut. Have Tricky stay on the switch and
    use his STAY option so he'll remain there. Head through the gate and stick your
    staff in the hole. This will trigger a pillar to rise out of the lava you saw
    earlier. Head back there and climb down the ladder onto the ledge. Jump to the
    pillar that just appeared and jump to the other side of the lava. Climb up the
    ladder and go forward (get the GrubTub). You'll find a strange wall at the end.
    Use Tricky's Find Secret command to reveal a hole. Crawl through and follow the
    path on the other side to enter the Snow Horn Wastes.
    |                              SnowHorn Wastes                        SNOWHO1   |
    Go forward a little to find two SharpClaws. Defeat them both with your combos.
    Tricky will run off while you do this. This can't be avoided, so ignore it and
    continue fighting the Claws. Once they're gone, head down the path and another
    strange enemy will pop out of the snow. Defeat it and continue into a wide-open
    area. Tricky is being chased by three SharpClaws. Defeat all of them and Fox will
    scold Tricky for running off like that. Tricky will apologize and tell Fox to use
    his HEEL command if Fox ever needs Tricky at his side. Once that's done, go
    foward. Near the fallen tree, you'll find a dirt patch. Dig it up with Tricky to
    find an Alpine Root. Near another fallen tree, you can find a dirt patch that has
    a hole underneath. Drop through to enter the hidden cave. Head forward and at the
    end is another Staff Upgrade.
    This one will increase your Staff Energy Meter for good. You now have twice the
    Staff Energy. Very, very useful. Grab the Energy Gems and then head back outside.
    You can locate another dirt patch near a tree that has a second Alpine Root. Once
    you have both roots and the upgrade, head over to the Snow Mammoth and give him
    the first Alpine Root. He'll give you the first Scarab Bag, which allows you to
    carry fifty scarabs! Nice! Give him the second Alpine Root and he'll uncover a
    huge ice block. Press and hold A and push it over to the ledge with the electric
    blue balls. Climb up to the ledge and grab them to find that they're Fuel Cells
    used to power your Arwing. Now push the ice block over to the ledge and climb up.
    Follow the path for a while until you see some water with floating icebergs in
    Slippy will mention how the water looks cold. There's nothing you can do on the
    other side, so ignore it and head down the path. Drop down to find a bunch of
    mammoths. Lift all the rocks until you have twenty-five Scarabs with you. Search
    for a dirt patch to find a BAFOMDAD. Use this to restore your health when you
    die. EXTREMELY useful, though too much are in the game (I NEVER got a game over
    thanks to these except at the final boss). Anyway, continue down the path until
    you find a large SharpClaw blocking a cave entrance. Pay twenty-five Scarabs and
    you can pass. Head through this long cave, ignoring the bats, and jump in the
    water at the end. Swim to the other side and head through the cave to get to
    ThornTail Hollow.
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN2    |
    When you enter, use the staff to flip the switch, opening the gate. Head through
    and you'll hear the Queen EarthWalker crying in pain. Tricky will jump down and
    rush to her. Climb down the ladder and then head to the Queen's cave. You'll find
    Tricky with her sick mother. You need White GrubTub to heal her. After some more
    talk, you're back in control. Before you go, head behind Tricky's mother and up
    the ramp to find a Fuel Cell. Now head back out of the cave. Go back to the bunch
    of rocks near the dinosaur and lift up all the rocks until you have at least
    twenty Scarabs (forty is recommended though in case you want to buy excess crap).
    Head to the ThornTail Store and go and pick up the Firefly Lantern. It's required
    for the next part of the level.
    After that, I went and bought EVERY map available. It's always handy to have
    them. You might not find the Scarabs but if you want the maps, search in both
    areas for Scarabs. You should be able to find enough. However, you MUST get the
    Firefly Lantern first. Also, make sure you have at least five Bomb Spores from
    the Bomb Spore Plant. Once that's done, head to the wide and somewhat small (in
    length) cylinder which is actually a well. Have Tricky use "Find Secret" on the
    dirt in the wall to reveal a hole. Crawl through and Fox will tell Tricky to
    remain behind. Reluctantly, Tricky will agree. As Fox, get on the ladder and
    slide down. Drop down off the ledge and head through the tunnel into the wide
    room with the small pond.
    Blant a Bomb Spore in the dirt and blow it up to reveal a hole. Drop down and
    head through the tunnel. At the end, jump to the island and press A. Fox will
    hold the staff up and you'll get a STAFF UPGRADE: the Staff Rocket Boost. You can
    find special rocket pads on the floor of the area. Stick your staff in and you
    can rocket up to an area. It's very useful here. Once that's done, head back out
    of the tunnel and into the main area. Locate the box below the ledge here and
    smash it to reveal a Rocket Pad. Rocket up the ledge above you and get the two
    Fuel Cells. Now return to the first room and locate the Rocket Pad here. Boost to
    the upper ledge and then head through the tunnel. Here, head over to the bridge
    and plant a second Bomb Spore.
    Blow it up and the middle section of the bridge will drop down to the lower
    floor. Follow it down and push the new block onto the switch. This will hold the
    gate open, allowing you to proceed. Here, talk to the dino. If you have the
    Firefly Lantern (and you should) then the dinosaur will move. Plant a third Bomb
    Spore in the dirt here and blow it up to reveal a hole. Slide down the ladder to
    the bottom. Here, turn around and grab the WHITE GRUBTUB (1/6) near the Fungus.
    Now continue forward and head into the left antechamber when you can. Here, use
    the Rocket Pad to head to the upper ledge. You'll find a bunch of Fireflies
    flying around here. Grab all of them (I'll explain their use in a second) as well
    as the WHITE GRUBTUB (2/6).
    Now head back and then go into the very dark cave across from you. Activate the
    lantern to light your path to find another dirt patch. Plant a fourth Bomb Spore
    here and blow it up to reveal a small cave with a Fungus and a WHITE GRUBTUB
    (3/6). Now head back out onto the main path and continue. Grab all the Fireflies
    in the little pond and head down the path left. Light up the way into the big
    chamber. Here, locate the escaping WHITE GRUBTUB (4/6) and then search for the
    patch of dirt. Plant the final Bomb Spore and blow it up to lower a pillar.
    Return to the area where you found the second Grubtub and rocket back up to that
    ledge. Head down the other path and jump to the pillar you just lowered. Jump to
    the other path and head out.
    You'll find the final WHITE GRUBTUBS (6/6) here. Blow up the Bomb Spore Plant to
    clear a path and then make your way to the beginning of the well and climb out.
    Return to the normal part of ThornTail Hollow. Head back to the Queen EarthWalker
    and give her the GrubTubs. She'll explain everything. General Scales broke the
    Krazoa seals and released them, which broke the seals at the ForcePoint Temples.
    There is a magical force on Dinosaur Planet which constantly pushes the planet
    apart. To stop this, four SpellStones were placed in the center of the planet.
    Scales removed the SpellStones, which sent the magical force shooting out. This
    separated the planet. You must find both the SpellStones to restore the planet
    and the Krazoa Spirits to restore the seals.
    Simple? No. Tough. Anyway, once that's done, you'll get a SharpClaw Prison Key.
    You must return to the Snowhorn Wastes to find the GateKeep which will open the
    way to DarkIce Mines, your next destination. But that's in part two of the
    |                        Part Three: The First SpellStone             PART3     |
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN3    |
    Before you head over to the Snowhorn Wastes, go over to the ThornTail Store
    entrance (don't go in). Next to it is a Rocket Pad. Charge up and head to the
    upper ledge. Go right to find some Fuel Cells and then plant a Bomb Spore in the
    dirt. Blow it up to reveal a hole. Shoot the four switches here with your Fire
    Blaster to reveal a hole. Drop down into the hidden cave. Head to the back for a
    STAFF UPGRADE. This is another Staff Eenrgy Booster. You now have 33% more energy
    than you did before. Useful. Drop down and get a few more Bomb Spores for later
    and then head over to the ladder near the well. Go inside to enter the Snowhorn
    |                              SnowHorn Wastes                        SNOWHO2   |
    Go forward and then follow the tunnels until you get to the sewer. Head across
    the river and then step on the switch. Have Tricky stay on the switch while you
    climb up the brik wall and through the now-open gate. Go forward and turn the
    switch with your key to reverse the river flow. Drop back down and start
    swimming. When you get to the middle, stand on the little brick in the water with
    the Rocket Pad. Boost up and then turn around. Whack the switch with the Fire
    Blaster to open the gate and then turn around and grab the Fuel Cells. Jump back
    into the river and swim to the end. Once you're back out, go forward and then
    locate the keyhole near the door. Use the SharpClaw Prison Key you got to open
    the gate.
    Head inside to find Garunda Te, the Gatekeeper for the DarkIce Mines. He's
    trapped under a huge sheet of ice. He needs Frost Weeds to free himself. Head to
    the Frost Weed tree and whack it. Four SharpClaws will now approach. Ignore them
    and keep pushing the Frost Weeds toward Garunda Te. When you feed him three,
    he'll free himself and the SharpClaws will run off. Scales told him to open the
    gate or he would wipe out Garunda's tribe. Garunda refused, but his daughter
    didn't want the tribe to be destroyed so she opened the gate. Instead of
    destroying the tribe, he enslaved them. Garunda will open the gate for you, but
    you have to return to ThornTail Hollow. If you['re been follolwing this guide,
    you should have at least fourteen Fuel Cells. You need five to go to DarkIce
    |                              To DarkIce Mines                      SPACE#2    |
    Mission Briefing: The SnowHorn Tribe is in great danger. General Scales has
                      enslaved them to work in the DarkIce Mines. If you can locate
                      the GateKeeper's daughter, she will be able to help you. Free
                      the SnowHorn by finding that SpellStone!
    This mission is more difficult than the path to Dinosaur Planet, but it is still
    quite simple. You have to fly through three gold rings this time to open the
    ForceField. Avoid the meteors and mines and try to collect as many mines as you
    can. There is one gold ring with an X in the middle. You can't fly through it
    until you destroy the X so make sure you do so. Some of the rings move back and
    forth also. If you focus, you should be able to fly through all ten of the rings,
    just like last time.
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                       DARKICE    |
    Follow the path on your right at the start, being careful not to fall into the
    lava. The path is long, and near the end you can get blasted by flying flames.
    Some parts of the path explode so be very careful not to fall through.
    Eventually, you'll get to a snowy camp-like area with SharpClaws guarding the
    whole thing. Wipe them out and then head to the first "building" on the left.
    You'll find a snow wall with a crack. Use "Find Secret" and Tricky will uncover a
    hole. Crawl through and head down. Wipe out the SharpClaws to open the Life-Force
    Door. Head into the antechamber and you'll find a strange object in the center of
    the floor. Stick your staff inside to open it and reveal the Shackle Key. You can
    unlock the SnowHorn Leg Shackles with these.
    Now head back out into the camp. Go left and you'll find a SnowHorn chained up.
    Use the Shackle Key to unlock the chains and the SnowHorn will thank you by
    giving you the Bridge Cog. Once you have that, head down the path. You'll find a
    large gap that you can't cross. Jump down into the water and then swim to the
    right. Head up onto the ledge and then place the Bridge Cog into the empty spot
    in the machine. Flip the switch and then the bridge will extend, allowing you to
    cross the gap up on the upper ledge. Jump across the wooden ledges and climb the
    brick wall to the top. Now cross the bridge to the other side. Go left and you'll
    find two SharpClaws whacking a SnowHorn. Defeat the SharpClaws and the SnowHorn
    will teach Tricky the Flame command.
    Now return to the camp. On your right, you'll find a giant ice sheet blocking the
    entrance to a cave. Breath fire on it to melt it. Inside, light the fire with
    Flame to destroy the floor in a huge meltdown. Fun. Drop down into the water and
    walk into the secret underground tunnel. Head past the ice block and melt the ice
    with Flame. Inside, use Find Secret on the dirt to reveal an Alpine Root. Once
    you have that, head back out. Push the ice block forward to the ledge, then climb
    up to get yourself out. Head back into the outdoor area and then return to the
    SnowHorn that taught Tricky the Flame action. Feed him the Alpine Root and he'll
    feel a bit better. He stills need one more, so we have some more work cut out for
    Head back and drop down into the pit and then go right. Avoid the ice balls as
    best you can and you'll reach a ledge at the end. On your left is an ice sheet.
    Melt it with Flame and get the GrubTubs inside. Also, use Find on the dirt to
    reveal a second Alpine Root. Now head back out and climb up the snow to get out
    of the pit. Return to the SnowHorn and give him the second Apline Root. He feels
    good enough to help you now. You can climb on his back now to knock down the huge
    gates blocking the entrance to what seems to be a kind of fortress. Go forward
    and smash the gates. You'll see a short cut-scene of a SharpClaw charging up a
    cannon (he's about to shoot it at you). Head to the ledge and get off the
    SnowHorn's back.
    Now locate the ice sheet on the side of the wall and Flame it. Head through and
    go right. Climb up the ladder and head into the cave. There's three cogs missing
    from a bridge machine. Ignore it and use the Rocket Pad to boost up to the ledge.
    Head forward and go out. Jump from ledge to ledge until you get to the upper
    area. Head through the tunnel to find the SharpClaw managing the cannon. Defeat
    him and some more SharpClaws will come out of the hut int he middle of the area.
    Head over to the cannon and press A. You now have possesion of the SharpClaw
    Cannon. Use the control stick to aim and A to fire. The longer you hold A, the
    farther you fire. You lose a VERY small amount of Staff Energy each time you
    fire, but it's no big deal.
    Kill all the SharpClaws with the cannon (if you go down there, they'll run away)
    and you'll open a Life-Force Door. Head down and drop to the bottom. Head into
    the hut to find one of the strange chests. Stick your staff inside to reveal a
    Bridge Cog. Head inside the cave that is available now that the Life-Force Door
    is open. Inside is another chest with a second Bridge Cog. Now head out and
    return to the cannon. Aim for the boarded up wall and fire the cannon at it. When
    you successfully hit, it'll come down. Rush over and jump down, and then climb up
    the ledge near the wall you blew up. Head in and climb up the hill on your left.
    Go past the symbol on the floor and burn the ice sheet with Flame. Inside you'll
    find another chest.
    There is a third Bridge Cog inside this chest, so grab it (duh). Return to the
    bridge machine and place all three cogs in their proper spots (each one has to
    placed in a specific spot). Turn the machine on to extend another bridge. Cross
    teh bridge and follow the path to the end. Use Find on the wall and Tricky will
    reveal a small cave. Inside here, feed Tricky until he's at full health. Now get
    out your Fire Blaster and shoot the switch high up. You have a minute to quickly
    shoot fire into all four vents with Flame. Once that's done, a door will open.
    Head forward and you'll see a swirling vortex below you. There's these sparkles
    on the ground. Jump to it and a bridge will appear. Go forward to find a strange
    object in ice.
    Thaw it out to get the Dinosaur Horn. If you find a horn symbol on the ground,
    you can use the horn to call the SnowHorns. Now head out of the cave and then
    back into the open area (with the hut in the center). Climb back up the ledge and
    go to the spot where you found the third Bridge Cog. On the ground there's a
    strange symbol. Step on it and play the Dinosaur Horn. You'll summon the SnowHorn
    to you. Climb up on the ledge and get on the SnowHorn, then head into the
    blizzard. You have a meter that will steadily decrease in here. To refill it, you
    must follow the Alpine Roots. These will also lead you to the end. Near the
    start, you'll see Tricky rush off ahead of you. When you get out at the end,
    you'll notice that Tricky is missing.
    Damn... Anyway, use the SnowHorn one final time to bust open the doors to the
    DarkIce Mines. Jump off him and head through. Go down and kill the two SharpClaws
    to open the Life-Force Door. Head down to find a speeder. Time for some more fun!
    There's no one who's chasing you or no one who you have to chase. I guess Rare
    just put this in for the hell of it. Speed through the outside and throught he
    mines and eventually you'll crash and fly onto a conveyor belt. There are
    flamethrowers here so run backwards until they stop. At the end, go right and
    down a ramp into a much bigger area. There are two SharpClaws waiting for you.
    Take them both out and then go forward a little more to find a third SharpClaw.
    Once he's gone, a Life-Force Door will open.
    There's nothing you can do inside though, since there's an ice sheet there and we
    don't have Tricky. Head back and locate the path where there are two flames
    spinning around. Wait until one passes you, then jump in and go left. Cross the
    bridge to find another circling flame duo. Again, go left after one passes you
    and then cross the next bridge. Eventually, you'll reach two cages. The first has
    Garunda Te's daughter and the second has... Tricky! How'd they get him in there
    so fast? Anyway, we can't free either of them yet so head back to the big area
    and search for a Rocket Pad. When you find it, boost up to the upper ledge. Go
    right and crawl through the hole. Follow the tumbling boulders until you get to a
    flamethrower that doesn't shut off.
    Look above her and then shoot your Flame Blaster at the switch. The flamethrower
    will stop. Go behind it and open the chest to find a Prison Cell Key. Backtrack
    for quite a while until you get to the two prison cells again. The Prison Cell
    Key can be used on the second one, which will open Tricky's cage. Now that we
    have Tricky again, jump back down to the open area. Head through the Life-Force
    Door that you opened a while ago. Inside, melt the ice sheet with Flame and head
    inside. Open the chest to get another Prison Cell Key. Return to the remaining
    prison cell and you'll find Belina Te, the daughter of Garunda Te. After some
    talk, Belina will get very mad and charge through the wall. Did she uh... JUST
    get the strength to do this or something?
    Anyway, Belina will tell you to meet her at the bottom of the mine, where she'll
    continue talk. Fox will turn and notice a crack in the wall. After Tricky creates
    a hole with Find, crawl through. Head down and then look up. You should see thre
    discolored stalactites. Shoot them with the Fire Blaster to create a path to a
    ledge with a switch. Jump from the stalactite platforms to the switch. Stick the
    staff in and you'll lower a gate, causing small icebergs to begin floating down
    the river. Jump back to the land and head to the Rocket Pad. Boost to the upper
    ledge. Here, jump from iceberg to iceberg until you're at the back row. Wait
    until they reach the end and look right. There's a ledge you should jump to.
    Cross through the tunnel and then push the ice block off the ledge.
    Climb down and you'll find that there is now a new path that you can head
    through. Go through and then down the path to the bottom part of the mine. Wipe
    out the two SharpClaws and go through out onto the conveyor belt. Pause before
    going through each flamethrower, waiting for them to turn off. At the end, head
    down the long path to find Belina. She'll explain that the SpellStone is
    somewhere close. Rush off through the cave and into the final, VERY large area.
    Wipe out all the SharpClaws if you wish and then locate the ladder. Climb up this
    large ladder and you'll find a VERY long ramp and a Fuel Barrel. This can be very
    hard and frustrating. Pick up the barrel and start up the ramp. All of these
    barrels are rolling down at you.
    They go in a pattern so you'll always want to watch where they land before they
    bounce down. If you do that, you can slowly make your way up to the top. If you
    get hit, the barrel explodes and you have to start over. When you reach the top,
    turn left and go around the pillar. Cross the bridge and go left to find a Barrel
    Pad. Place the barrel down and then climb the ladder up to the top of the pillar.
    Go around and flip the switch and a machine will come and pick the barrel up and
    bring it to the top of the pillar where you are. Pick it up and cross the bridge.
    Wait as each flamethrower shuts off before continuing. Go left and after two
    flamethrowers, cross the bridge to the cracked wall. Throw the barrel at it to
    blow up the wall.
    Inside the cave, flip the switch to make a bridge appear much farther down. Head
    back to the ladder and slide down, then return to where the barrels spit out.
    Cross the bridge that just appeared and follow this path for a while until you
    get to a switch. Flip it and high up, another bridge will form up high. Head up
    to that area and cross the bridge, then climb the ladder. Up here, kill the
    SharpClaw then get on the cannon. Shoot at the two X's on the pillars to create a
    stone bridge down below. Drop down (the MUCH shorter way will only cost two units
    of health... though it should cost Fox his life since he fell from 100 feet on
    his head... oh well). Head across the stone bridge and then set the Fire Blaster
    to Y.
    Jump onto the warp and warp to the boss arena.
    BOSS: Galdon
    At the start, head over to the giant ice statue and melt it. Tricky will exclaim
    that the monster, know as Galdon, has the SpellStone (which is a statement of
    fact). Galdon will then stupidly eat the SpellStone and a boss will start! At the
    start, Galdon will simply throw his head out and you. If you get behind him,
    he'll slam his stinger onto the ground. Lock onto his stinger and press Y to get
    out your Fire Blaster (if you set it to Y, like I told you to). Get behind him
    and start shooting shots at Galdon's stinger. After a few shots, Galdon will rear
    back in frustration and swallow Fox whole. Inside, you'll find the SepllStone
    inside the uvula. Whack the uvula as many times as you can with the staff (it
    might be a good idea to collect the energy gems as well) and eventually Galdon
    will be in so much pain, he'll spit you out again.
    This time, the target is his neck. You should automatically lock onto his neck.
    Now you'll want to circle around him, avoiding the evil grates in the floor that
    spit out fire which can harm you (no, really?). Galdon will continue to lunge
    forward at you while you continue to circle. If you keep circling, he should miss
    you. He'll also spit green beams at you. Again, continue to circle and he should
    miss. After a while, he'll try to suck you up. Shoot him once in the neck with
    your Fire Blaster and he should freak. The strategy will repeat until he rears
    his head back again. Again, shoot his neck. Do this once more and he'll swallow
    you again. Rush toward the uvula and start whacking the hell out of it. If you
    whack enough, this should be the end of the battle.
    The SpellStone will fall out and Fox will collect it. You'll be spit out and
    Galdon will fall to the ground dead. On a side note, there are energy gems all
    around the perimeter of the arena as well as some health inside some boxes. So
    just keep that in mind if you run low on supplies.
    Once you're done, Belina will be talking to Fox and Fox's life energy will
    increase by one! Now you'll be back at your Arwing. Climb in and take off, then
    return to ThornTail Hollow.
    Mission Briefing: Good job, Fox! You saved the SnowHorn Tribe and collected the
                      SpellStone. But it's not over yet. You need to return the
                      SpellStone to the Force Point Temple. Peppy has indicated that
                      It's located beyond Moon Mountain Pass. I'm sure the ThornTails
                      can point you in the right direction.
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN4    |
    When you land, a ThornTail will rush over to you. Everyone's freaked out since
    the SharpClaws put out all of their beacons so it gets too dark at night. I
    didn't know dinosaurs freaked out over little crap like that. Oh well. So as you
    can see, we need to light the three beacons here. First, head over to the tree
    with the branches that are on fire. Whack it and Fire Weeds will fall down. Hit
    the Fire Weeds with your stick to put the fire out, then collect just the weed.
    Get three of them and you're ready to go! Position yourself so you're facing the
    well and go right. Climb the ledge and you'll find the first beacon. Put the Fire
    Weed on it and then use Flame to light the beacon. Now return to your Arwing.
    From it, go left to the corner.
    Climb up the ledge and then go forward, jumping the gaps. At the end, flip the
    switch to open the gate. Head through and you'll find the next beacon by a
    dinosaur. Put the Fire Weed on and then light it with Flame. Climb the brick wall
    and get the Fuel Cells. Now head back out and go to the second area (with the
    WarpStone). Here, climb up to the ledge and light the final beacon. One of the
    ThornTails will then approach you and give you the Moon Pass Key, which allows
    you to get into the Volcano Force Point Temple. Now head back to the well area
    and go right. Head down the path, rolling past the Funguses, and at the end plant
    a Bomb Spore. Shoot it to blow the wall up which will open a large cave. Head
    through this and at the end, drop down the vent.
    You're underground, floating, in a toxic chamber. Float through the left passage
    you'll land. Jump from pillar to pillar and into the next vent. Be careful of
    your energy, which is displayed as a meter below you. When it drains, you die.
    Float up through the vent afterwords. Head out and follow the path to reach Moon
    Mountain Pass.
    |                             Part 4: Spirit Two                      PART4     |
    |                             Moon Mountain Pass                     MOONMO1    |
    Head down through the first few areas and then you'll see a cut-scene of a large
    SharpClaw looking out with a telescope. Far away, he'll spot Fox. He'll tell the
    other SharpClaw that someone is coming and they'll both run off. Then, a TON of
    boulders will be released. You have to rush up the hill trying not to get hit by
    the boulders. If you do well, only one or two should hit you. At the top, open
    the door by using the Moon Pass Key and then climb up the ramp on your left. Up
    here in the fort, go into the second room where the big and regular-sized
    SharpClaws are. Kill them both to open a Life-Force Door somewhere. Head back
    down and start going forward, through the Pass. You'll encounter a sudden scenery
    change once you enter the building.
    Go forward into the open room to enter the Volcano Force Point Temple.
    |                          Volcano Force Point Temple                VOLCAN1    |
    At the start, wait for all three platforms to stick out. Jump from platform to
    platform before they disappear. If you fall in the lava, you'll simply burn up
    until you climb the brick wall out. On the other side, head through the long and
    empty tunnel until you get to the next room. Here, you'll find flames spewing
    from a hole. Wait for the flames to stop, then drop through the hole and go
    forward. You'll go out onto a bridge above lava and a bunch of firey bats will
    chase after you. Ignore them and head to the back of the area, where there's a
    Rocket Pad. Rocket up to the top of the ledge and go right. Use the staff to flip
    the switch to open the door. Climb up the ledge and grab the Bafomdad. Now drop
    back off the ledge.
    Head up, onto the conveyor belt. Run up it, avoiding the barrels (which should be
    pretty simple) as you try to make it up. At the top, head through the gate on
    your left. Go through the tunnel to be in a room similar to the room that you
    were in before. Head through a door on the left to be in a very wide-open area
    with a lava pit in the center. Cross the room to the other side, ignoring the
    fire bats, and climb the brick wall. Head forward and the door will roll shut
    behind you. Continue forward over a bridge to find a pad with a SpellStone shape.
    Use the C-Stick to select the SpellStone. It'll hover over the pad and then open
    the path. Continue forward and defeat the SharpClaw. When you try to use the
    SpellStone on the door, you'll find out that it won't work.
    If you look on the left and right walls, you'll find a blue and green orb. If you
    look at the flames behind you, they change color from blue to red to green. Stand
    behind the flames and get out your Fire Blaster. Position your shot so it'll pass
    through the flames and hit the orb. When the flames are the color of the orb
    you're aiming at, shoot. This will light up a panel above the door. Do the same
    for the second orb and some locks will slide off. Now place the SpellStone in to
    open the path. Head forward down this empty corridor to find a Life-Force Door.
    But wait, where are the enemies? Turn around and start heading back and four
    SharpClaws will appear. Kill them all (two of them have shields, so they're a
    little harder) and the Life-Force Door will open.
    Head through into a very large and empty chamber. On your left and right are two
    vents. Run over to each one and do Flame and above the vent, a platform will
    appear. Once both platforms have appeared, climb the ladder on your left. Jump to
    the ledge that just appeared and jump to the next ledge. Head through the door
    and go past the flamethrowers, jumping the gaps as you go. At the end, climb the
    ladder and head outside. Head to the other door and climb down, then head back
    the other way and into the large chamber. Jump to the other ledge that you made
    appear and jump to the next ledge. Head into the next room and fall through the
    hole. Go through the tunnel and in the big cave, jump to the center. Press A to
    get another STAFF UPGRADE: the Freeze Blast.
    You can now put out fires by using this wonderful move :) Head back out and
    return to the large, empty chamber. Here, put out the four flames by using the
    Freeze Blast. It only works from close range so you'll have to cross over to the
    other side again. Once all four are put out, the gate in the floor will shift and
    an elevator will rise up. Jump down and take the elevator to the bottom of the
    Volcano Force Point Temple. Here, go forward into the next room. Carefully avoid
    all of the lava as you head out into the core of the Force Point Temple. Peppy
    will explain that there are two Force Point Temples and two SpellStones were
    placed in each to stop the planet's core energy from ripping the planet apart.
    Once he's done explaining, you'll gain control again.
    Head forward and place the SpellStone over the point to unlock another huge door.
    Go back to the door you just went through and look left to find a huge fire
    blocking a path. Put the fire out with your Freeze Blast and head through the
    door behind it. Go down the halla nd take the elevator up to the upper part of
    the core area. If you go down the hallway, you'll find that the exit is locked.
    So instead, climb the ladder on the left or right and go around the top part of
    this area, putting out all of the flames with the Freeze Blast. Once that's done,
    you'll unlock the door. Slide down the ladder and head through the tunnel. In the
    next area, you'll find a Life-Force Door. As you approach it, a bunch of
    SharpClaws will appear.
    Defeat them to get through the Life-Force Door. You'll find a bunch of
    flamethrowers and moving platforms here. Wait until the flamethrowers stop, and
    then jump from platform to platform until you reach the other side. You'll see a
    short cut-scene of Tricky, left behind, too afriad to cross. Convieniently, there
    are switches on the back of the two moving platforms. Hit both of the switches
    with your Fire Blaster and the platforms will stop in the middle of the lava.
    Tricky will safely cross. On the other side, have Tricky use Flame on the vent to
    unlock the door. Head through the tunnel and at the end, step on the warp pad.
    You'll warp to the Force Point in the very center of Dinosaur Planet. Here,
    approach the correct SpellStone hole and place the SpellStone in.
    One-fourth of your objective is complete! You'll now warp back to the beginning
    of the Force Point Temple. Simply backtrack through the remaining few rooms (if
    you want, stop at the room with the two closed gates and you can now open the
    middle one with the Freeze Blast, which has Fuel Cells) and you'll be back at
    Moon Mountain Pass.
    |                           Moon Mountain Pass                       MOONMO2    |
    Go out of the temple and into the moonlight. Head past the first area and then a
    cut-scene will occur. Krystal is dying and she needs the remaining five Krazoa
    Spirits to survive. The Krazoa that Krystal freed at the beginning of the game
    will speak to Fox, saying that she is depending on Fox with her life. Very
    reluctantly, Fox will agree to save her. So now you have yet another task in the
    game to complete, finding the Krazoa Spirits. The Krazoa will tell you to defeat
    the large creature to get a MoonSeed, which lets you proceed in Moon Mountain
    Pass. You can't kill the creatures her with any of your normal attacks and the
    Krazoa knows this. He'll open up a new path for you and it'll help you find
    something to kill the creatures.
    Head through the path and down the tunnel. At the end, use your staff to push
    aside the rock and then drop in the hole. Head down to the chamber and get the
    STAFF UPGRADE: the Ground Quake. This will allow you to create huges... well,
    quakes on the ground. Head out and return to the top of Moon Mountain Pass. Head
    to the crater where a large crature will appear. Use the Ground Quake to stun
    him. It'll spin around wildly. Whack the creature in the back with your staff
    twice to get a MoonSeed. Plant it in the dirt nearby and then use Tricky's Flame
    to make it grow into a very large vine. Climb it up to the next ledge. Here, go
    forward to find another one of those creatures. Defeat it to get another
    Continue on into an open area with two more creatures. Get their MoonSeeds and
    then head back to where the second creature was (this is including your very
    first one you fought). Plant two MoonSeeds in the patches and make both of them
    grow into vines. Climb the one on the left (as if you're facing the front) and
    then jump to the ledge with the creature and the Bomb Spore Plant. When you
    Ground Quake the area, you'll blow up the plant so be careful. Once the creature
    is gone, collect your MoonSeed and get the Bafomdad behind the creature. Now drop
    down and climb up the other vine. Go forward and enter the long tunnel on your
    left. At the end is yet another Bafomdad. Now head back, drop down, head up the
    first vine again, and jump back to the platform that has the Bomb Spore Plant.
    Jump to a ledge on your left and follow the path into a cave. Defeat the creature
    and get the MoonSeed (you should have three MoonSeeds now, BTW). Now you'll want
    to plant a Bomb Spore in the dirt and then blow it up. Go forward, killing the
    creatures, and you'll see a cinema scene where a meteor will smash into the
    ground, blocking your way. Locate the ledge on the right and climb up. There's a
    Bafomdad in one of the boxes, a Fuel Cell, and a Pod/Egg (who knows?). Drop back
    down and you should find a dirt patch near here. Use Find to uncover a rock. Pick
    it up and carry it over to the area with the meteor and all the vents. Place it
    on one of the first three vents. Another rock is one fire near the vents (put it
    out with the Freeze Blast).
    Pick that rock up and put it on the second vent. The third rock is under some
    dirt that you can use Find on. Once you find it, place it on the third vent. The
    meteor will be lifted high enough into the air so you can pass under it. Plant a
    MoonSeed in the next area and make it grow, then climb the vine. Here, look left
    and plant yet another MoonSeed and then make it grow with Flame. Climb up and
    then pass the second MoonSeed dirt patch (unless you want a Cheat Token) and
    continue into the temple. Step on the warp to warp to the Krazoa Shrine.
    |                             Krazoa Shrine #2                       KRAZOA2    |
    At the start, head forward and climb the ladder on your right. Rush forward and
    jump into the water. Swim on the left side, since the whirlpool on the right
    damages you. Climb up the ledge and then continue forward. Put out the fire with
    Freeze Blast and climb up the brick wall, then kill the Wraith. Slide down the
    ladder into the pit. It seems completely empty but no, turn around. Hit the
    switch to raise the water level so you can cross over. Head into the large room
    with the narrow planks. Walk onto the planks, avoiding the flamethrowers from
    below (you can tell what part of the path has a flamethrower because there's a
    grate there). When you reach the other side, turn around and shoot the switch
    with your Fire Blaster.
    This will open the gate to the Krazoa Spirit. Here, you'll have to take TEST TWO
    - THE TEST OF COMBAT. It's very simple: all you have to do is defeat the ten
    SharpClaws within three minutes and thirty seconds. You should do it in half that
    if you're good enough. They all drop pods and eggs so don't worry about dying.
    Once you're done, you'll get the second KRAZOA SPIRIT and you'll be transported
    back to Moon Mountain Pass.
    |                            Moon Mountain Pass                      MOONMO3    |
    Head back out and the Krazoa Spirit (the one already freed) will speak to you,
    telling you to return the Spirit to Krazoa Palace. He'll then activate a bunch of
    whirlwinds to create a shortcut through Moon Mountain Pass. Drop down all the
    ledges and head to the back of the area. Pick up the barrel and throw it to the
    first pillar (it'll be carried there by the whirlwind. Cross over yourself and
    then throw the barrel to the second pillar. Now throw it to the ledge and float
    there yourself, then throw the barrel at the wall to blow it up. Head through and
    a vent will take you up to a much earlier part of Moon Mountain Pass. From here,
    you simply have to make your way back to ThornTail Hollow. Do whatever you wish
    to do there and then talk to the WarpStone and have him take you to Krazoa
    |                              Krazoa Palace                         PALACE2    |
    Head forward and Fox will realize that Tricky isn't with him. The WarpStone's
    voice will come on and explain that he can't warp dinosaurs, but the WarpStone
    and Tricky can still hear him. Anyway, head forward and defeat the Wraiths on
    both sides of the ramp. In all of the boxes, you'll find Fireflies. Grab them all
    and head up the ramp. Go down the long, empty hallway. There's a Life-Force Door
    at the end, but no enemies in sight. As you approach the Life-Force Door, a bunch
    of SharpClaws will appear. Defeat them all and head through the door. In here,
    it's completely dark so spawn a Firefly. If you go right up the ramp and then
    around the perimeter of the area, you'll find a cracked wall at the end. So what
    to do?
    Head back outside and you'll find a Fuel Pad with a Fuel Barrel already on it.
    Grab it and a timer begins! You quickly need to head inside the building and go
    around the perimeter (with the Firefly) to the wall before time runs out or
    you'll have to start over again. And you can't jump, or you'll lose the barrel.
    It's hard, but possible. Once you've succeeded, head through the new passage.
    You'll find two flamethrowers that never stop spitting fire. Get out your Fire
    Blaster and shoot the switch and the flamethrowers will start to move. Grab the
    nearby Fuel Barrel and head through the flamethrowers. Blow up the wall on the
    other side of the 'throwers. Head into the big room. You'll find a giant
    flamethrower that spits whenever you get near it.
    So, like in the Volcano Force Point, look to the left and right of the
    flamethrower. The colored orbs are there and the color-changing flames are also.
    Spit the color of the flame at the orb (you've done this already so I shouldn't
    have to explain it so thouroughly). This will lower the force field of the
    flamethrower. Now shoot at it with the Fire Blaster from afar to destroy it.
    Return to the previous Fuel Barrel and grab it, then head to the switch. Place
    the barrel on the switch to weigh the switch down and open the door. Head through
    the large door an eliminate both SharpClaws. Ride the platform in the back up to
    the tunnel. Head through and turn left. Head into the giant whirlwind and ride it
    up to a second whirlwind.
    When you're taken to the top off that one head to the third one and ride it up.
    Once you're up, get off and onto the exterior of this gigantic chamber. Head
    around to the other side and go through the door to be inside another whirlwind.
    At the top, approach the crystal that Krystal is trapped in and Fox will then
    waste a lot of time staring... staring... staring... until Peppy tells Fox to get
    ahold of himself and to get back to the mission. Drop down and locate the Krazoa
    head. Stand in front of it and press A to release the Spirit. Excellent! You'll
    now be warped back to ThornTail Hollow.
    |                        Part 5: The Second SpellStone                PART5     |
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN5    |
    Here, the WarpStone will compliment you and then give you a gift: a second SCARAB
    BAG. This one holds 100 Scarabs! Excellent! Your next destination is Cape Claw,
    where the information for the second SpellStone is being held. At ThornTail
    Hollow, you'll want to try to stock up on as many Scarabs as you can get your
    hands on. Try to get at least eighty, but sixty is required if you wish to move
    on. You can get twelve from the lone rock in the WarpStone area and thirty-eight
    in the area with the rocks and dinosaur near the Arwing. Once you have as many
    Scarabs as you can find, it's time to head to Cape Claw. From your Arwing, go
    right, down the path. You opened the gate a while ago to light a beacon but now
    we're gonna go beyond that.
    Head down into the walled area to be in LightFoot Village.
    |                             LightFoot Village                      LIGHTF1    |
    Head down the empty, narrow path and you'll come out to an open area with a bunch
    of wooden stakes blocking your path in front of you. So go left and drop down
    into the water. Swim around to the other side of the stakes. Good. Now head into
    the lit tunnel. Go through this whole thing until you get to the other side. Head
    out and you'll be in a strange, deserted area except for a couple SharpClaws.
    Defeat them and then at the end, you'll find a hilarious statue thing that
    wannnntssss Scarabbbbsssss..... specifically, sixty. Pay it sixty Scarabs and the
    gate behind will open. Head through to be in a maze. If you have a map, it will
    be extremely easy to find your way out. If you don't, it'll take a few minutes
    but you'll get out quickly either way.
    On the other side, follow the path until you get to a well. Get on a ladder and
    slide down. Head right and climb down the ladder, then go around and climb up the
    other ladder to get out of the well. Continue forward afterwords to arrive in
    Cape Claw.
    |                                Cape Claw                           CAPECL1    |
    Go forward, past the rocks, and you'll emerge in a huge area near the beach
    (hence the name Cape Claw). Head down the path and fight the tough SharpClaw.
    You'll then encounter a short cut-scene from someone else's eyes watching you
    from behind bars. When it's over, continue down the dock and onto the beach. Head
    across, defeating the enemies, and go left up the dock at the end. The BribeClaw
    here demands twenty-five Scarabs to pass. You know what you say? TO HELL WITH
    DAT! Jump into the water behind the dock and you'll find a Rocket Pad. Boost up
    and wala, you've gotten behind the BribeClaw. Approach the BribeClaw from behind
    and the game will think that you've already paid, so the BribeClaw will move
    aside allowing you to pass from here on.
    See, you saved twenty-five Scarabs in exchange for using up ten extra seconds.
    Nice. Head over and talk to the dinosaur here. He buried his gold when he heard
    the SharpClaw were coming but, being a forgetful dinosaur, he forgot WHERE he hid
    the gold. If you find the gold for him, he'll help you on your quest. Close to an
    exact quote there, BTW. Anyway, with that in mind, jump off the dock and into the
    water behind you. Swim to your right and onto a small patch of land. Kill the
    tough SharpClaw and use Find on the dirt in between the two trees to find a GOLD
    BAR (1/4). Now head over to the thorns and use Flame to burn them up. Head into
    the next area, where you should defeat both SharpClaws before using Find on the
    dirt in the water. Another GOLD BAR (2/4) will be revealed.
    Now head back into the water and swim across to the other, larger shore. Head to
    the back corner (left side) and dig in the dirt patch with Find to get the third
    GOLD BAR (3/4). Now swim to a lonely island with a dirt patch. This has a
    Bafomdad, so grab it. Then swim to the shore with the caged CloudRunner. There's
    a box on top of a dirt patch here. In the dirt is the final GOLD BAR (4/4). Go
    right, into the small cave, and dig in the dirt here. There's a single Fuel Cell.
    There's also ten Scarabs under a rock if you want them. You have all of the Gold
    Bars now so return to the HighTop. Give him the gold and he'll slam a ladder onto
    the ground, allowing you to continue. He'll then tell you that the SharpClaw have
    captured a CloudRunner.
    Now head back onto the beach and go right, up the path and onto the path that you
    first started on. This time, go the other way, towards the watefall with the
    switch behind it. You'll find the bridge is only half extended, but that's okay.
    Whip out your Fire Blaster and hit the switch behind the waterfall to extend the
    bridge. Cross the gap and go right, down the path. Go forward all the way and
    climb up the ladder that the HighTop dropped for you. At the top, flip the switch
    to open a gate. Slide down the ladder and jump to the next ledge. Here, head
    inside the gate. Circle around and try to exit, but the door will slam shut, the
    blocks will move, and the room will fill with toxic gas. A meter appears at the
    bottom of the screen.
    When this meter empties, Fox is dead. You have to push the blocks over the
    poisonous vents before time runs out. It's fairly simple, and as you push more
    and more blocks onto the vents, the speed of your meter decreasing slows down.
    Eventually, you'll get all the blocks back to their normal positions again. The
    door will open and a cage below will lower (why? We didn't really CHANGE
    anything). Head out and drop back down to the beach. Head toward the now-open
    cage and a CloudRunner will emerge. Tricky freaks out at this and starts yelling
    at the CloudRunner to get away. The CloudRunner will explain that EarthWalkers
    and CloudRunners do not get along well. The CloudRunner will then explain that
    she is the Queen of the CloudRunner tribe and also the GateKeeper to the lands.
    She'll explain that General Scales invaded her lands to get the SpellStone. Fox
    will explain that he needs the SpellStone so the Queen CloudRunner will agree to
    open the gateway to the CloudRunner Fortress. Tricky will inform Fox that he is
    absolutely NOT going to go to the CloudRunner Fortress. Fox will tell Tricky that
    he can sit it out and wait at ThornTail Hollow. So we won't have Tricky for the
    next part of the game but oh well. Once you have control, you need to head all
    the way back to ThornTail Hollow. Make any preparations that you need to do there
    and then head to your Arwing. Eight Fuel Cells are needed to head to the
    CloudRunner Fortress. Remember, if you've been searching well (even without this
    guide) you should have at least twenty.
    If for some freakish reason you DON'T have eight, you can always buy some at the
    ThornTail Store, but they cost ten Scarabs each.
    |                           To CloudRunner Fortress                  SPACE#3    |
    Mission Briefing: CloudRunner Fortress has been attacked by General Scales and
                      his SharpClaw army. It would make an ideal base from which he
                      could rule over the Planet. The fortress stands on ground that
                      is rich in gold and diamonds. With this wealth, Scales would
                      become unstoppable. Find the SpellStone and save the
    This is DEFINITELY a lot more hectic than the last two. I actually died on this
    one once before. You have to fly through five gold rings to reach the CloudRunner
    Fortress and yes, there's ten. But there are different paths you can go through
    now so you can sometimes miss the gold rings entirely. You should be able to get
    five easily but it'll take some practice if you want to go for a perfect score of
    ten. You'll need to fly through as many silver rings as you can as well, because
    if not you'll probably lose all of your health and die. When you're going through
    the narrow tunnels, try to stay in the middle and pick up as many bombs as you
    can. Fire them at the rows of enemies and at giant asteroids. It should take you
    two or three tries to beat this your first time through.
    |                             CloudRunner Fortress                   CLOUDRU    |
    Fox will land on a symbol of a giant CloudRunner and the Queen will land just as
    he does. She'll tell Fox that she'll fly ahead to check if it's safe, and then
    tell Fox to meet her inside. Go forward, killing all of the SharpClaws as you go.
    At the end, you'll find that your path is blocked by a gate. On the right is a
    ladder. Slide down to get below the bridge you were just on. Swim across to the
    platform in front of an arc in the water. Step on the switch here and sparkling
    rings will appear in each of the three arcs. You have thirty seconds to jump
    through the three rings and this can NOT be done by swimming. You have to jump
    from box to box, from platform to platform, crossing every bridge. You can't
    hesitate once or you're basically screwed.
    It may take you a few tries, but you should get it within five minutes or so.
    Once that's done, a switch will appear above the gate that was closed. You'll
    automatically be back at the bottom of the ladder. Climb up and shoot the switch
    with your Fire Blaster. Open the gate and defeat the two SharpClaws, then head
    inside the tower. Start climbing up the spiral ramp. You'll pass two machine
    watchers that will zap you when they spot you. You barely lose any health when
    you're zapped (only a unit) and it's too much trouble to hide from them. Just
    rush up to the top, passing the two watchers. There's yet another closed gate
    here. And yes, there's another ladder. Climb down and then flip the switch below
    to open the gate.
    Climb back up the ladder and head through the gate. You'll see a cut-scene where
    General Scales is ordering the Queen CloudRunner to tell him where "the fox" is,
    but she will refuse. Fox will jump out to confront Scales but four machines will
    constantly shock him, knocking him out. Fox will awake in a prison cell with his
    staff gone. No staff and no Tricky. Damn. You can push the block in here forward
    and out (really crappy prisons in every video game where you have to escape out
    of one, isn't there?) of the cell. You're free. Go forward into the maze of the
    prison. Slippy will contact you and explain that he can give you a Disguise cloak
    but the prison walls are causing too much interferance. You need to "explosify"
    things a little to get the disguise.
    Follow the path to an open area with a bunch of cages. Go forward, but don't step
    on the puddles or you'll wake the SharpClaw. Head into the next area, where you
    should slide down the ladder. Pick up the Fuel Barrel here and place it in the
    middle of the whirlwind. Now step on the switch and stay there while the Fuel
    Barrel rises up to the ceiling. Wait until it explodes and blows a hole in the
    ceiling, giving a very clear connection for Slippy. He'll slip you the Disguise,
    which goes under your Staff Powers. So uh... STAFF UPGRADE: Disguise. When you
    use this, you turn into a SharpClaw. You can't attack at all but you can slip
    past dectectors and other SharpClaws unnoticed. Use the Disguise and return to
    the sleeping SharpClaw.
    Wake him up and he'll tell you to take over. When he's gone, turn back into Fox
    and grab your Staff. Now that you have it back, head to the front of the room and
    open the four cages by throwing the switches. One of the dinosaurs in a cage will
    give you the Power Room Key, which turns on the CloudRunner Fortress Generators.
    Now head back to the tunnel and hit the switch with the Fire Blaster. This will
    open the door into another large room. Switch to the disguise and you can safely
    climb the walls with the machines zapping you. Climb up all the walls and you'll
    emerge into the bright sunlight. Here, switch to the disguise and go to the right
    side of the area. Locate the Power Generator Keyhole and slip the key inside.
    Inside the Power Generator, you'll slowly lose health in the form of a meter.
    You can't do anything inside yet, so head outside. You have to find three
    different keys to place inside the Power Generator. Put the disguise on and head
    to the middle of the area, where you should climb up to the center structure.
    There are three switches. Each of them leads to a different Generator Key. Go
    around the structure to the left side. Here, climb up the box in the back with
    the smaller box on it. Turn back into Fox and break the box, then throw the
    switch behind it to drop a ladder. Climb up the ladder and switch to the Freeze
    Blast. Put out the two fires and put the disguise on again. Return to the center
    structure and push the left button. Quickly go around and climb up the ladder,
    then head through the tunnel and go through the gate before it closes.
    Inside, open the strange chest to get the first Generator Key. Now drop down and
    put the disguise on. Head to the upper-right corner and put out the fire blocking
    the small room. Return to the center (I should have to tell you to put the
    disguise on ahead) and push the right switch in. Quickly rush over to the small
    room and use the Rocket Pad to boost up to the now open gate. Inside is another
    chest with another Generator Key. Return to the center and push the middle switch
    in. On the upper floor, a gate will open. Turn around and head down the ramp. On
    your left, you should see a bunch of boxes. Climb up all of them (still in the
    disguise, I hope) to be on the upper floor. Head all the way to the end and go
    through the gate.
    Open the chest for the final key. Now return to the Generator Room and quickly
    place all three keys in their correct slots before your meter empites (you have
    just enough time). This will activate all of the vents in CloudRunner Fortress.
    You can make vents go up or down, depending on what the switch nearby says (flip
    them with your staff). The whole level becomes available now so you'll be able to
    to a lot farther into it. Now switch into your disguise and go to the upper right
    corner of the area. Jump in the vent and you'll be taken up to a long room with
    three SharpClaws. Switch to Fox and wipe them out. Head over to the gate and
    you'll find a strange pad in front of the closed gate. Switch to your diguise (if
    you don't have enough energy, there is a gem right next to you) and stand on the
    pad to open the door.
    Head out into the open area and switch back to Fox again. Here, search the large
    area and take out the five SharpClaws. There's also a Bafmodad on top of two
    boxes stacked together. Climb the singluar boxes and jump to the one with the
    Bafomdad. Also, on the far right side, hit the switch above the gate with the
    Fire Blaster to create a shortcut. Now head back to the Life-Force Door that
    opened when you defeated the five SharpClaws. Inside is a Fuel Barrel, but you
    can't pick it up. What to do then? Switch to a SharpClaw. Pick it up and it'll
    start flashing. Quickly rush out and left, and then into the open door. Place the
    barrel on the pad and then climb the ladder (while still in your SharpClaw
    Quickly step on the Diguise Pad to activate the machine that will take the barrel
    up to the floor that you're on. Head outside and turn right. You can't jump
    across the gap with the barrel but throw it across and it'll blow open the wall.
    Head across the gap and go through the doorway with the wall you just blew up.
    Walk over the grate and it'll collapse. You'll land on an air vent. One of the
    paths is closed by a gate but the other is open. Take the available path and
    switch to Fox. A few SharpClaws will appear. Defeat them and then go behind two
    boxes to find a Disguise Pad. Step on it as a SharpClaw to drop a ladder. Climb
    it and follow the path to find the Queen CloudRunner trapped in a cage. Talk to
    her and she'll mention how the the floor of her cage seems unstable.
    She wants you to find a way of breaking it. To your leftl there are boxes stacked
    up. Jump to them, then jump to the ledge on the other side. On your right,
    there's a switch. Flip it with your staff and then jump back to the area with the
    Queen CloudRunner's cage. Head to the other side of the room and fli pthe other
    switch to open a gate. Jump off the ledge and head to the entrance. Go across the
    air vent to the now-open gate. You're back in the large area where you killed the
    five SharpClaws. Switch to your diguise and go right. Enter the room that has the
    Fuel Barrel. Grab it and return to the whirlwind. Throw the barrel across. If it
    doesn't make it, you can simply push it to the other side. Pick it up and head to
    the pillar supporting the CloudRunner's cage.
    Toss it at the pillar to break it, which will bring the floor down. The Queen
    CloudRunner will then tell you how her children became scared when the SharpClaw
    came and they're now hiding throughout the fortress. You'll get the CloudRunner
    Flute, which is the only way to bring the CloudRunner kids back to the Queen. Now
    head out into the open area and a meter will start to empty. When this meter runs
    out, the CloudRunner that you have to save will run away and never return.
    Quickly head to the right, where a CloudRunner kid is flying up above a SharpClaw
    trying to bring it down. Kill the SharpClaw and the kid will land. Approach it
    (not too close or it'll fly away) and get out your Flute. Play it and the
    CloudRunner kid will fly off.
    Bingo, one rescused. The second one is being taunted out near the open area near
    the Power Generator. Turn around and go down, through the gate that you opened a
    while ago by hitting the switch. Go through and then cross the whirlwind. Two
    SharpClaws are taunting the CloudRunner kid. Defeat both of them to make the
    CloudRunner land. Play the flute. Okay, two out of four are safe. The next one is
    far away, and being taunted by three SharpClaws. Quickly drop off the ledge and
    then head around to the front of the middle structure (where the three switches
    were). Go out, past the rubble, and take the tunnel on your left. On the other
    side, slide down the ladder on your right. Go right once you're at the bottom and
    bust open the crate.
    Use the Rocket Pad to get to the high-up ledge and go left. Defeat the three
    SharpClaws to make the CloudRunner there land. Play the flute to rescue the third
    kid. The final one is in the same area the first one was, which is FAR away.
    Quickly drop off the ledge and then climb up the ladder. Head through the tunnel
    and turn right, going through the debris. Head around the middle structure and
    then go to the upper-right corner. Take the whirlwind up to the tunnel and head
    down and out into the open area. Rush over to the SharpClaws (four of them) and
    kill them all to make the final CloudRunner kid land. Play the Flute to make the
    final key fly off. Head through the center door and take the whirlwind across. In
    the next area, climb the ladder and head to the cage.
    The Queen CloudRunner is waiting for you here. Talk to her and she'll open the
    Treasure Room, which is where the SpellStone is being held. Drop down off this
    ledge and then go to the open area where the first and fourth CloudRunner kids
    were. Go right all the way, through the arc. Slide down the ladder to get to a
    narrow ledge attached to the wall. Follow this ledge and jump to the platform
    with the Bafomdad. Grab the Bafomdad and continue down to the end. Here, the gate
    will open into the Treasure Room. Defeat the SharpClaws and head through the next
    gate. Follow the path of gold dust and grab the three Fireflies on the ledge
    (break open the box for some health). Now enter the cave. Go to the end and then
    If you head into the whirlwind, you'll be taken back to an earlier part of the
    level, the big open area that you always went to. Flip the switch to bring the
    force of the whirlwind down, so you can continue without getting pushed up. The
    next area will darken greatly. Get out a Firefly to brighten the way. Follow the
    path and you'll find a cracked wall. But there's no barrel around. Well, there's
    on... Damn. Take the LONG way up (you can't take the vent up) to the wide-open
    area and locate the Fuel Barrel that you can only pick up with a SharpClaw. Grab
    it and then head to the middle entrance and take the vent down. Head through the
    cave and use a Firefly to get to the end. Throw the barrel at the wall before it
    explodes in your hands.
    Head into the next area and slide down the ladder into the very depths of the
    CloudRunner Fortress. Go through one of the tunnels and then you'll see a scene
    with General Scales. Fox will confront him and start shooting his Fire Blaster at
    him. Wow, Fox has REALLY crappy aim. Scales will use one of his own SharpClaws as
    a shield and tell the other two to get the SpellStone out. Scales will then
    disappear. Fox will jump on a speeder and another speeder race will begin! This
    one is a lot harder than the last two. First, you must destroy both speeders to
    finish but there's no narrow areas so the race is going to be like this: catch
    up, ram, fly back, catch up, ram, fly back, catch up, ram, fly back, catch up,
    ram, explosion.
    Then you have to do the same to the other speeder. If you take too long, the
    first speeder will come back. Your fuel is at the bottom of the screen. The race
    will last until that runs out. Also, there are many obstacles here.
    Flamethrowers, anvils, and bombs are just a few of them. If you hit them, your
    speed will greatly decrease. There are giant speed boosters here so make sure to
    hit them so you can go faster to catch up to the SharpClaws. Once you've defeaten
    both, Fox will pick up the second SPELLSTONE. You'll see a cut-scene of the
    CloudRunner tribe thanking Fox. The King CloudRunner will tell Fox to take the
    SpellStone to the Ocean Force Point Temple. Fox will nod and then he'll jump into
    his Arwing and leave CloudRunner Fortress.
    |                           Part 6: Spirit Three                      PART6     |
    Mission Briefing: The fortress is back in control of the CloudRunners. You must
                      take the SpellStone back to the Ocean Force Point Temple. It
                      must be located near the sea. Have you been anywhere like that
                      yet, Fox? When you get back to the planet, contact Peppy for
                      further details.
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN6    |
    So, you should have 100 Scarabs so if you need anything in the store, it should
    be available. Also, you now have five units of health! Nice! There's really
    nothing required that you have to do in ThornTail Hollow so make your way to Cape
    Claw. If you forgot the way, turn around from your Arwing and go down, through
    the passage. Go around the wooden stakes and then into LightFoot Village. From
    there, go forward and through the maze to arrive at Cape Claw.
    |                                Cape Claw                           CAPECL2    |
    At the entrance to Cape Claw, head forward and then down the path. When you get
    to the bottom, go left, towards the waterfall. Head across the bridge and go down
    the path. At the end, climb the ladder on your left. Head to the Disguise Pad and
    become a SharpClaw to open the door. Head through and turn into Fox again. Swim
    over to the pillar and step on the switch. This will make a pillar rise out of
    the water. Have Tricky stay on the switch to keep the pillar up. Jump to the
    pillar and jump to the ledge with the switch. Throw the switch to turn the
    waterfall off outside. This will lower the water a little, allowing you to enter
    another area. Jump into the water outside and swim to the area where the
    waterfall was.
    Go through the tunnel behind it. Swim forward and then drop off, and head into
    the open room. There's a Krazoa head here. As you approach, flames will appear in
    front of the head. This is extremely pointless because you can just put them out
    with your Freeze Blast. Once you do that, take the gem out of the Krazoa Head.
    Water will fill the chamber you're in an empty another chamber. When you have
    control, swim out to the tunnel. Head out and go up the path. Enter the giant
    Krazoa Head. Inside, place the Fire Gem (the jewel that you got from the Head) in
    one of the Krazoa statues. It will shine brightly with the power of the sun. Now
    head out and jump into the water. Swim to the beach where two SharpClaws are
    fighting a strange creature.
    This creature is a LightFoot. They hate the SharpClaws, but they also distrust
    pretty much everyone. They're best left to themselves but we're going to really
    get involved with them later. After some talk, the LightFoot will throw you
    another Fire Gem and run off. Rush all the way to the giant Krazoa Head and go
    inside. Place the gem inside of the other Krazoa statue. It doesn't shine though.
    Why? Turn around and go to the back. Flip the switch to lower the pillar. Have
    Tricky stay on the pillar and flip it again so it'll rise up. Use flame on the
    thorns to burn them up, allowing sunlight to pass throug. The second jewel will
    burn with the sun's power and open the door. Head inside and go through the
    At the end, turn right to enter the Ocean Force Point Temple.
    |                         Ocean Force Point Temple                   OCEANF1    |
    Head forward and a gate will open into a fairly large room. Here, drop down into
    the water and then climb up onto the ledge on your left. Head up the ramp and
    you'll get to a closed gate.  Turn around and get out your Fire Blaster. Look up
    to find a switch. Shoot it to make the water level rise... a lot. When it reaches
    the top, you'll be able to enter a new tunnel. Swim to that tunnel and climb up
    to it. Go around it to find some thorns blocking a wall. Use Flame to burn them
    up. Behind the thorns, there's a block. Push it into the water and it'll drop to
    the bottom. Shoot the switch once more with your Fire Blaster and the water level
    will lower once more. Now push the block onto the switch to open a gate. The
    block will hold the switch down so you can get up and go through the gate.
    At the end, you'll be in a beach-like area. Jump down and go to the back. On the
    right, climb up the ladder and then climb up the second one. Go left to find a
    tough SharpClaw. After defeating it, you'll find a SpellStone slot. Take out your
    SpellStone and it'll hover over the slot, opening the way. Take the SpellStone
    back and then continue through the tunnel. You'll come out in a long corridor
    with lots and lots of blue. Head forward to find some blue panels. If you step on
    them, there's a three in four chance that you'll be electrocuted. Turn around and
    step on the switch. Some panels on the wall will light up. Memorize the lit up
    panels (it's different every time you step on the switch so I can't tell you what
    it is).
    Once you have them memorized (there's only six so it shouldn't be too hard) step
    off the switch. Head towards the panels. One of the four in the row will
    correspond to one of the lit up panels. Step on the panel that was lit up on the
    wlal and the whole row will come down. Do this for the next five panels to cross
    the electric field. Go forward and defeat the two SharpClaws. Jump into the water
    on the left and then swim left. You're in a wide-open pool of water with three
    turtle enemies. Swim to the ledge and climb up the narrow path. At the square,
    you can take three paths. You have to take all of them so just choose one and
    carefully make your way to the end. The path is very narrow, so be careful not to
    At the end of each path, there's a switch. Throw all three switches with your
    staff and then jump back down into the water. Swim back into the narrow part and
    go past the first tunnel on your left. Head into the second tunnel and swim to
    the end, then turn left. Climb up the brick wall. The warp doesn't work yet.
    You'll find a color-changing torch beyond the warp. Ahead of it is a green orb.
    You know what to do. Shoot a blast through green flame and hit the green orb to
    activate the warp. Jump onto the warp to warp to the next part of the Ocean Force
    Point Temple. Head forward through the giant doors. If you want Fuel Cells, jump
    across the gaps to the gap across from the entrance. Destroy the box to reveal a
    Rocket Pad.
    Boost to the upper ledge to get two Fuel Cells. Otherwise, go right, through the
    large tunnel. In this large area, you'll find that half of it is filled with
    water. Swim over to the ledge on your left and flip the switch to lower the water
    level. You'll find a Disguise Pad down here. Use the SharpClaw disguise to open a
    door that has a block in it. Now locate the switch below here. Flip it to open a
    door high up. The water needs to be raised again in order to reach the door but
    there seems to be no way of reaching the ledge. No worries. Head over to the
    block that you made appear and push it over to the slot. Climb up and head
    through the little tunnel, then jump to the ledge that has the water level
    Raise the water again and swim to the door that you opened. Head down the path
    and into the next area. Kill the Wraith and get ready for a puzzle. Locate the
    vent in the wall and use Flame. The circular flame holders in the middle will
    begin to spin and switches will appear below each Krazoa Statue. You have to
    quickly shoot all four switches in a limited out of time. I have a feeling
    there's something else to it also, but that's all I've had to do. Once that's
    done, another door will open. Follow the path and you'll be in an area with a
    square pit in the center. There are walls, a block, and a slot in between two
    torches. On all four sides of the block, there's a button. You have to shoot each
    button and that'll push the block in the direction you shot it.
    Your goal is to try to get it in between the two torches. However, if you hit one
    of the exterior walls (the blue walls are okay) then you have to start over. It's
    fairly simple to find the solution, and it should take only about a minute or one
    or two tries. Once that's done, a Rocket Pad will appear in the same room as the
    warp. Go through the small door to be in the warp room again. Locate the Rocket
    Pad and boost to the upper ledge. Head around through the passages and you'll
    eventually get to an area with a gap separating you from a warp. There's a gem
    past a color-changing flame. You know what to do. When the gem is lit, the bridge
    will extend. Cross it and jump on the warp. You'll warp to the Force Point. Place
    you second SpellStone in.
    Two down, two to go! You're done in the Ocean Force Point Temple. Head back to
    Cape Claw and then go back to LightFoot Village.
    |                            LightFoot Village                       LIGHTF2    |
    As you enter, a cut-scene will occur with a whimpering LightFoot. Fox will
    approach it but all of a sudden, about twenty LightFoots will drop from the trees
    and knock Fox unconcious. He'll awaken tied to a totem pole with a bunch of
    LightFoots tied around him. One will be with the Chief LightFoot and tell the
    Chief that Fox stole his Fire Gem thingy. After some shouting, the LightFoots
    will approach Fox will their spears ready. But suddenly, a CloudRunner (obviosuly
    greatful for what you did back at CloudRunner Fortress) will swoop down. She'll
    tell you to press the A button when the line is in the green part of the meter
    and she'll be able to get rid of a LightFoot. For every LightFoot you defeat, the
    green meter will shrink and shrink until it takes up barely any part of the
    If you press A in the blue, the CloudRunner will miss and you'll be stabbed
    (which takes away two units of health). It's fairly simple, and you shouldn't get
    hit that many times. When it's over, the Chief LightFoot will ask for you to make
    the CloudRunner stop attacking and he'll untie Fox. Fox will call the CloudRunner
    off and the CloudRuner will fly away. You're now in control of Fox in the
    LightFoot Village. You have to find three different blocks now to advance. Climb
    down the ladder here (don't drop down or my directions will confuse you). When
    you get down, head right, past the rock and you'll find a dirt patch. Use Find on
    it and Tricky will uncover the first Wooden Block Carving. Now search around the
    perimeter of the area (past the water).
    There's a thorn wall in one part. Burn it up and behind it, you'll find another
    dirt patch. Inside is the second Wooden Block Carving. Now head left, around the
    perimeter, and you'll find the final dirt patch with the final Wooden Block
    Carving. Once you have it, return to the totem pole where you were tied up. Place
    the three wooden pegs in the holes. Then (a cinema won't show you but it'll
    happen some platforms will rise out of the water. The ones we need to use are
    behind the circle hole. Drop down and jump across them to the ledge. Flip the
    rock to reveal a Rocket Pad. Rocket to the upper level. Cross the bridge and then
    climb the ladder down. Follow the path to the Chief LightFoot's hut. He'll tell
    you that there's a secret chamber below the village that was built by the Krazoa.
    To see it, you must clear the two LightFoot tests. The first test is the Tracking
    Test. You must activate all four Totem Poles within the LightFoot Village. You
    have to beat MuscleFoot's record of two minutes and thirty seconds (how do these
    people get records that are JUST on the second?) to pass the test. Look on your
    map. The large red dots are the totem poles. The totem pole that you were tied up
    to doesn't count, so don't go there. You should find all the totem poles easily
    if you use your map. The second test is The Test of Strength. You must beat
    MuscleFoot in a strength contest. The way this works is both of you are on either
    side of a statue with long arms. You're trying to push your arm against the force
    of MuscleFoot.
    There's a pit that the loser will fall into if they lose. You simply have to tap
    A. FAST. It starts off easy, but right before MuscleFoot goes down, he'll throw
    in all of his strength. Don't look up at the screen since it'll distract you.
    Just rapidly press A until you hear the words of a cinema scene. The Chief
    LightFoot will congragulate you on beating the strongest LightFoot and the test
    will end. Once you've cleared both tests, the Chief LightFoot will open the door
    to the hidden chamber for you. Head inside and drop down to the bottom. Climb up
    on the orange boxes and step on the switch. The totem pole will begin to spin in
    sections. Whip out your Fire Blaster. You have to shoot each section of the totem
    pole so they all line up and create the correct picture.
    It's pretty simple and if you make a mistake, just shoot a section again to get
    it to start spinning once more. When you've cleared it, a gate will open. Jump
    down and head through the gate. Go trough the tunnel and jump on the warp to
    enter the third Krazoa Shrine.
    |                             Krazoa Shrine #3                       KRAZOA3    |
    At the start, go into the small and empty room. There's a Rocket Pad below a box
    here. Destroy the box and use the Rocket Pad to boost to the next ledge. Go
    forward and left. You'll find a switch, a flying enemy, a gate, and a bunch of
    flamethrowers in this hallway. Step on the switch until the gate opens up
    completely. You now have to rush to the gate before it closes or you have to step
    on the switch once more and start over. I always just run straight through the
    flamethrowers. They don't damage you that much and there's health on the other
    side anyway. Once you get through the gate, head into the next room. Here, stand
    on the switch until the gate opens completely and the water completely empties.
    Jump off the ledge and enter the pit.
    This is a very small mini-maze. You have to go around the spikes to find the
    correct path to the other side. If you take too long, the gate will close. On the
    other side, climb the ladder and head through the gate. In the final room, climb
    down the ladder and step on the switch until (once again) the gate opens. Barrels
    are rolling down. If you time it correctly, you can run straight up the ramp in
    the center and not get hit once (even if you time it incorrectly, you'll only get
    hit once or twice if you run straight through the middle; if your timing is
    HORRIBLE, then you'll get hit a lot). The Krazoa Spirit is in the next room.
    Appraoch it to take TEST 3 - THE TEST OF FEAR. This sounds easy because you're
    wondering, "What in this game could frighten me?"
    This is actually one of the hardest tests. You must keep your line in the green
    part of the meter. The green part never shrinks and unless you do some HUGE push
    to a side, the line will never freak out and throw itself to one side. Then why
    is this so hard? What's going on while you're trying to keep the meter in is
    EXTREMELY distracting. Dinosaurs lunge around and hop around, then a huge ghostly
    enemy comes out and haunts Fox. When the enemy picks Fox up, then you'll win.
    Yes, this is one of the hardest tests. And if you fail, you have to start the
    whole shrine over. Frustrating? Very. Once you complete this difficult test,
    you'll get the third KRAZOA SPIRIT put into your body. You'll now be warped back
    to LightFoot Village.
    From there, return to ThornTail Hollow. Do any preparations you might need to do
    and then ask the WarpStone to take you to Krazoa Palace.
    |                               Krazoa Palace                        PALACE3    |
    You'll warp a LOT farther into the palace than you did before. Like, a lot. This
    makes things a LOT easier for you... and for me :) Anyway, defeat the SharpClaws
    if you want but otherwise, ride the platform up to the tunnel. Head trough the
    tunnel to end up in the very large and vertical chamber once more. Head forward
    and into the first whirlwind. Ride it to the top and then head into the second
    vent. Head over to the second floor of the area and go left. You'll find a
    Disguise Pad in front of a door. Use the disguise to open the door. Inside is a
    small room with a Krazoa statue. Stand in the light and press A to release the
    third Krazoa Spirit in the game. Nice job.
    |                         Part 7: The Third SpellStone                PART7     |
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN7    |
    Jump off and you'll find a dinosaur ahead of you roaring and crying. Talk to her
    and she'll say that her eggs are being stolen. Head into the cave to start a sort
    of mini-game. You must protect the eggs from the creaturs that come out of the
    holes. Whacking them once with your staff will kill them. You must stand by the
    eggs and whack a creature whenever they come from one of the four holes. There
    are certain points where a huge rush of creaturs will rush for the eggs. It'll be
    insane and you'll have trouble stopping them all. So use a Ground Quake to wipe
    out every creature closeby (I found this out out of frustration... yay). You have
    to keep the eggs safe for ninety seconds before you finish. If a creature gets
    totally away with an egg, you lose.
    When it's over, the dinosaur will create a hole in her cave. Drop down to be in
    one of those nice cave-like things. Head to the large chamber and jump to the
    center. The next STAFF UPGRADE is the Portal Device. This can open strange door
    with the holes in them (slots for the staff obviously). When that's done, head
    out of the hole and then go into the main area of ThornTail Hollow. Return to the
    Queen EarthWalker's cave. She'll tell Tricky that his father, the King
    EarthWalker, has been taken prisoner within the Walled City. Fox will tell the
    Queen to point him in the direction of the GateKeeper and they'll go and rescue
    him. Problem is, Tricky's father IS the GateKeeper. Okay, now THERE'S a big
    Luckily, the King left his powers behind in a sacred seal that he knew Scales
    wouldn't be able to break. The Queen doesn't know how to break the seal, but we
    luckily have just the item that CAN break it. Head behind the Queen and stick
    your staff into the hole. After a very cool scene, the gate will be opened. Head
    to your Arwing and get ready to take off for the Walled City. For eight Fuel
    Cells, you can go there.
    |                              To Walled City                        SPACE#4    |
    Mission Briefing: This is dangerous ground! Walled City was once the
                      EarthWalkers' home, but it has been overrun by the deadly
                      RedEye Tribe. General Scales has imprisoned the King
                      EarthWalker within its walls. You must rescue the King and find
                      that SpellStone. Hurry! Thos nasty beasts are mighty hungry!
    This is definitely the hardest one yet. You have to fly through seven gold rings
    out of the ten this time. There are more enemies, more meteors, more tight
    corridors, and less power-ups. THere seem to be more silver rings around though,
    so fly through as many of those as you can to restore your health. Also, there
    are opening and closing doors this time around so you'll have to break or boost
    unless you want to fly right through them and damage yourself. You should be able
    to get at least eight gold rings your first time through, though it's unlikely
    that you'll get all of them the first time.
    |                               Walled City                          WALLED1    |
    At the start, go all the way forward to talk to the EarthWalker. He'll tell you
    that the King EarthWalker is being held within the depths of the temple. Head
    back to the bridge and cross it. You'll see a HUGE dinosaur cross by. This is a
    RedEye, and you aren't exactly in shape to kill one yet so ignore it. Head left
    and you'll find a blue ring with the C-Stick icon flashing (when you get close).
    Perform a Ground Quake and this will raise a vent up above you. You have a minute
    to get up to that vent and burn a fire in it with Flame. There's no way to climb
    up this from where you are so turn around and head for the ramp that starts the
    climb to the top of the temple. At the top of the ramp, you have a choice of
    going left or right.
    Since you activated the sun vent, you'd naturally want to go left (red flames).
    But the game is fooling you here and you actually want to go right. Follow the
    path and try not to get pushed off by the block that's moving in and out of the
    temple wall. You'll go up to an upper level of the temple. Here, you'll reach the
    tunnel lit by the red flames. Take it down. It seems empty, but you'll soon run
    into flamethrowers which will move back and forth. Just roll through and if you
    get hit, don't worry about it. You don't lose that much health and you should
    have ten Bafomdads with you anyway. Eventually, you'll emerge in front of the
    vent with about twenty seconds left. Use Flame on it and that will light up a sun
    Now drop off and go to the other corner of the temple where there's a blue vent.
    Use Ground Quake on the sparkling ring to raise the vent. You have eighty seconds
    (since you are across from the ramp) to get to the vent and light it up. Of
    course, you can't reach this one from here either. Return to the temple ramp and
    take the opposite path this time. Follow it, past the moving blocks, and then
    head down the blue tunnel. You'll find "icethrowers" spraying up and down this
    time. Roll under them and continue. Again, you should reach the vent with about
    twenty seconds, twenty-five or so if you rolled the whole way. When you light the
    vent, the moon panel will light up. Drop down and go right. There's a ramp
    leading down into the floor.
    You opened a door there. Inside, you'll find the King EarthWalker, which is also
    Tricky's father. The King will tell Fox (before he asks) that he hasn't go the
    SpellStone but he does have a very shrewd idea of where it is. The RedEye King
    holds the SpellStone, but to get to him, you have to get through a very special
    system. The SpellStone is protected by the actual Life-Force of the RedEye. So
    you have to actually kill all the RedEye in order to get the SpellStone. You must
    also find two teeth to place in their slots. With all this in mind, leave and
    cross the bridge in front of you. Go left, past the EarthWalker, and use Find on
    the dirt patch to reveal a Bafomdad. Go right and then you'll find a raised ledge
    that you can't reach.
    On the right side of the ledge is a bunch of thorns. Burn them to reveal a brick
    wall which you can climb. At the top is a dirt patch. Plant a Bomb Spore there
    and blow it up with the Ground Quake to reveal a hole. Drop down into the cave
    and head through the usual tunnel and into the large chamber. Jump to the middle
    to get the final STAFF UPGRADE: the Super Quake. This replaces your Ground Quake
    with a much more powerful upgrade. It uses more Staff Energy, but we can finally
    take out those damn RedEyes. Now head back out and jump off the ledge, then cross
    the bridge to the area around the temple. When you see your first RedEye, use the
    Super Quake to flip it over. Near the areas that had the two sparkling rings
    there are also Fuel Pads and Fuel Barrels.
    Go to the closest one and get a Fuel Barrle, then throw it at a flipped RedEye to
    bring it to its death. You have to do this to all four RedEyes to open a Life-
    Force Door. Once that's done, you'll want to head to the door that you opened.
    Return to the bridge that you crossed to get the Super Quake. Cross it and go
    right all the way. Start to climb up the spiral mountain and head inside the
    little door at the end. Open the chest and you'll get the Gold RedEye Tooth. Now
    head out and drop down. Behind the spiral mountain, there's an EarthWalker near a
    tree (they're all near trees, come to think of it). Shoot the switch on the tree
    with a Fire Blaster. There are three more trees with switches that you need to
    An EarthWalker is by each tree. Go all the way to the other side of this area
    (near the dirt patch that had the Bafomdad). Shoot the switch on the tree there.
    Now head all the way back to the area near your Arwing. Shoot the switch on the
    tree near the EarthWalker here. Now heaed behind the area with the red flame
    vent. Go past the pit to find the final tree. Shoot the switch and a sparkling
    ring will appear in the river. Head toward it and swim through. Far, far away
    (all the way on the other side of the river) a door will open. And you have
    twenty seconds to get to it. What to do? Swim through more rings. You have to
    swim through every ring in the river to keep your time active. If you miss even
    one, then you'll run out of time.
    It may seem like you're getting more and more time but you'll start losing time
    near the end and you should only make it with about five seconds left if you
    don't hesitate at all. Inside the small house, open the chest to get the Silver
    RedEye Tooth. Now head out and climb up the ladder. Return to the chamber where
    the King EarthWalker is. Place both Teeth into their proper spots to open the
    gate. So wait, their life-force protects a GATE that can easily be blown up with
    strong powers? Wow.
    BOSS: RedEye King
    At the start, Fox will be rushing into the room when the door will slam shut
    behind him. Doesn't Fox play video games? He seems a little TOO surprised that
    the door slammed shut. Oh well. Anyway, another door will open and out will come
    the giant RedEye King. This is a LOT harder than the first boss fight you had but
    then again you should have ten Bafomdads now (if you don't, then you've only
    loosly read this guide, I can tell). This guy is pretty damn fast. He can outrun
    you if you keep running in a circle. At the start, you'll want to quickly whip
    out your Fire Blaster and hit the switch in the corner. This will raise up a cage
    that holds a Fuel Barrel. Pick the barrel up and stand BEHIND (not on) the switch
    that is all lit up.
    Eventually, the RedEye King will approach. He'll roar once at you, then begin to
    charge. Just as the roar is nearing the end, step on the bright switch.
    Electricity in the center will begin to charge up and you should have it timed
    correctly so the electric bolts shoot out just as he runs through the middle.
    When he's shocked, the RedEye King will fall to the ground. Rush over with the
    Fuel Barrel and throw it at him. Now quickly turn around and run away. Turn the
    corner and you should find a little alcove in the wall on your left that you can
    hide in. Wait until the RedEye King passes and then get out and follow him. Stop
    at the corner and hit the switch with the Fire Blaster to raise the gate. Grab
    the Fuel Barrel and rush to the end of any corridor that has a lit up switch.
    Each time you hit the RedEye King, the switches will temporarily disappear. Then
    they will reappear, but closer to the center. By the time you throw the third
    barrel, you'll be close enough so that the explosion will damage you as well. So
    be ready to take a hit. You shouldn't actually die during this battle because you
    should have so many bafomdads. When he's chasing you from the third time, you
    can't hesitate ONCE. You should BARELY make it into an alcove before he charges
    past. Charging is the only way of attacking, but his charges hurt. Remeber that
    he can outrun you even if you get a head start so be careful. When you're getting
    ready for the final hit, the RedEye will sometimes change directions which can be
    You'll just have to keep an eye on both passages. Once you hit him four times,
    the RedEye King will fall down and Fox will pluck the SpellStone out of his body.
    The RedEye King will make a move at Fox but Fox will do a freaky Matrix thing and
    land on the King's head and slam the staff into his brain. Ouch. The RedEye King
    will fall dead. Nice, you've just made a tribe extinct. How do you feel about
    that? Bad? Good.
    Fox will be walking with the King EarthWalker and Tricky back to the Arwing. The
    King will tell Fox that he needs to get the SpellStone back to the Volcano Force
    Point Temple. You'll get another unit added to your energy meter and then you'll
    be back in control. Jump into your Arwing and return to ThornTail Hollow.
    Mission Briefing: The King EarthWalker is very greatful, Fox. You saved him from
                      those blood-crazed RedEye! Take this SpellStone to the Volcano
    Force Point. It will close the seal at the Volcano, and you
                      will be one step closder to bringing the planet back together!
                      Get to it, Fox. You know the way.
    |                          Part 8: Spirit Four                        PART8     |
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN8    |
    You have to make your way back to the Volcano Force Point Temple. It's the same
    way as you took before, through Moon Mountain Pass. You should remember the way
    and it's not that far (you only really went through the deep part of the Pass to
    get to the Krazoa Shrine) so even if you don't remember the way you shouldn't
    have much trouble finding it again. At the end, you'll enter the Volcano Force
    Point Temple.
    |                         Volcano Force Point Temple                 VOLCAN2    |
    For the most part, this is all the same but there are a few minor differences.
    Like the fact that all of the puzzles are solved already and the fact that you
    can get a few new things. At the start, wait for all three platforms to stick
    out. Jump from platform to platform before they disappear. If you fall in the
    lava, you'll simply burn up until you climb the brick wall out. On the other
    side, head through the long and empty tunnel until you get to the next room.
    Here, you'll find flames spewing from a hole. Wait for the flames to stop, then
    drop through the hole and go forward. You'll go out onto a bridge above lava and
    a bunch of firey bats will chase after you. Ignore them and head to the back of
    the area, where there's a Rocket Pad.
    Rocket up to the top of the ledge and go left. Now that you have the Disguise,
    you can open the final cage. Step on the Disguise Pad as a SharpClaw to open the
    cage. Inside there's a Bafomdad and two Fuel Cells. Now drop back off the ledge.
    Head up, onto the conveyor belt. Run up it, avoiding the barrels (which should be
    pretty simple) as you try to make it up. At the top, head through the gate on
    your left. Go through the tunnel to be in a room similar to the room that you
    were in before. Head through a door on the left to be in a very wide-open area
    with a lava pit in the center. Cross the room to the other side, ignoring the
    fire bats, and climb the brick wall. Head forward and the door will roll shut
    behind you.
    Continue forward over a bridge to find a pad with a SpellStone shape. Use the C-
    Stick to select the SpellStone. It'll hover over the pad and then open the path.
    Continue forward and defeat the SharpClaw. The last time we tried to use the
    SpellStone on the slot, it didn't work. We already solved the puzzle though so
    just take out the stone and head through. The Life-Force Door in this next room
    has already been opened but the enemies are still here. Fight or ignore the
    enemies, but either way head into the next room. Head through into a very large
    and empty chamber. You can skip a VERY large part of what we had to do before
    because you've already brought the elevator back to the top. So simple take the
    elevator to the bottom of the Volcano Force Point Temple.
    Here, go forward into the next room. Carefully avoid all of the lava as you head
    out into the core of the Force Point Temple. This is where everything changes.
    You can't place the SpellStone in the first slot anymore. Put out either of the
    fires with the Freeze Blast and on the other side there's a second SpellStone
    slot. You can put the SpellStone in this slot. This will open a door with no
    visible way to reach. Jump down into the lava and jump onto a moving platform
    that's on fire. You're going to remain there getting burnt unless you quickly get
    out your Freeze Blast and extinguish the fire. Let it take you to the brick wall
    and jump to it. You should grab on automatically. Climb up to the top of the
    Go right, through the giant door that you just opened. Go through the tunnel here
    but watch out for the two flamethrowers that spit out... uh... flames. At the
    end, you'll be in a large blue room. Step on the elevator and take it down to a
    higher level of the Volcano Force Point. If you go forward, you'll find that the
    door is locked. This is very similar to the second part of your first visit to
    the Volcano Force Point Temple. However, if you looked at the order of the lit
    torches in the tunnel (right in front of you) you'll find as blue, green, red,
    and yellow. Climb up the lader and use the Freeze Blast. Like the tunnel order,
    put the torches out in the order of blue, green, red, and yellow. This will open
    the door, allowing you to continue.
    In the next room, take out the two SharpClaws to make a switch appear. Have
    Tricky stand and stay on the switch. Climb the ladder and at the top, extinguish
    the flame with the Freeze Blast. Behind the flame, turn the switch on. This will
    open the gate. Slide down the ladder to the lower floor and call Tricky. Head
    through the gate that you just opened. In the next room, jump onto the platform
    on fire. You're burning up so quickly extinguish the flames. Now whip out your
    Fire Blaster. Yes, while a moving platform you must shoot through the flame at
    the three gems (the flame must be the color of the gem). You've had plenty of
    experience with this so I shouldn't have to tell you what to do. Now turn around
    and jump to the door that you opened.
    Follow the path to arrive at the upper floor at the core of the Force Point
    Temple. Go around the path and step on the warp. You're back at the Force Point.
    Head to the correct slot and you'll weaken the flow of the magical energy. One
    more SpellStone to go! Now head out of the Volcano Force Point Temple and then
    out of Moon Mountain Pass. Return to ThornTail Hollow.
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                        THORN9    |
    When you enter, a bunch of enemies will rush out and start to attack the six
    EarthWalkers in the area. There are eighteen enemies, three per EarthWalker. You
    have a limited time (shown, not surprisingly, by a meter) to get rid of all of
    the enemies or you'll have to start over. Get out your Fire Blaster and rush over
    to the first one. They won't attack you (they don't even attack the
    EarthWalkers). They'll just hover over the EarthWalker. Kill them and move on to
    the second one, which isn't that far away. The third one is near the entrance to
    the Queen's cave. The fourth is near your Arwing while the fifth is near the
    entrance to the WarpStone's area. The sixth is near the entrance to Cape Claw
    (the one that most people forget).
    One EarthWalker will say that you have (again) saved the EarthWalkers. Fox will
    exclaim that he's not getting paid enough to keep them out of trouble. The
    EarthWalker will then roll over a Large Scarab Bag that he had already planned to
    give to Fox. First off, Fox is rewarded every time he kept them out of trouble.
    Second, Fox = PWNED! Sorry. The Large Scarab Bag can hold up to 200 Scarabs. You
    need to collect at least 130 Scarabs because we need to buy the SnowHorn Artifact
    from the store. There's a quick fifty Scarabs in ThornTail Hollow. Thirty-eight
    in the collection of rocks by your Arwing and twelve under a rock in an area with
    the WarpStone. You should already have at least 100 since you haven't really
    bought anything, have you?
    So head to the ThornTail Store and pick up the SnowHorn Artifact. Now you should
    have bought everything in the maps and special items room. For the most part,
    you're done with the ThornTail Store unless you need some supplies that you can
    find throughout the land. Anyway, head back out. You now have to go to SnowHorn
    Wastes so go to the ladder near the well and climb into the sewer area.
    |                             SnowHorn Wastes                        SNOWHO2    |
    Go forward and then follow the tunnels until you get to the sewer. Head across
    the river and then step on the switch. Have Tricky stay on the switch while you
    climb up the brick wall and through the now-open gate. Go forward and turn the
    switch with your key to reverse the river flow. Drop back down and start
    swimming. Continue to swim to the end of the river and then get out. Follow the
    tunnels outside into the snow. Go to the end and start climbing up the hill of
    snow. When you get to the top of the first hill, go left a little and look to
    your right. WAYYY back at the beginning of the game, right after we first got
    Tricky, Slippy contacted us here and warned us that the water looked too cold to
    swim in.
    He's right, the water is too cold. Jump in an your health will steadily decrease.
    Just jump from iceberg to iceberg until you get to the other side. Go behind the
    old SnowHorn and burn the ice sheet with Tricky's Flame. Head through and take
    out the two SharpClaws. You can't light the fire yet so head down the hill and
    you'll be in front of an ice-cold river. Get out your Fire Blaster and look
    across the river to find a creature in the tree. Shoot it and the tree will fall
    down, creating a bridge. This has just created a massive shortcut which will be
    in great use in the upcoming mini-game we're about to play. Head back to the old
    SnowHorn and talk to him. He'll say that his Gold Root was stolen and it's a sad
    Seeing as how it was stolen years ago, I guess every day is a sad day. Take out
    the Gold Root you bought and give it to the SnowHorn. He'll say that it was
    stolen many years ago, around the same time that the strange floating dionsaur
    visited the Wastes. What a crook. Anyway, he'll give you the chance to "prove
    yourself" in return. A pad will appear below Fox. The "call of the SnowHorn"
    begins the challenge. Asign the Dinosaur Horn to Y and then press Y on the pad.
    You have forty seconds to head to the Dionsaur Pad that appears. Head behind the
    SnowHorn, past the ice sheet you melted, and you'll find the Dinosaur Pad. Blow
    the horn and you'll get time (about thirty seconds) added to your clock and
    another Dinosaur Pad will appear.
    Head down the hill and across the tree bridge that you made. The second Dinosaur
    Pad is here. Step on it and blow your horn to make a third appear. Go right, past
    the fence, and under the tree. Drop off the ledge and rush forward to find the
    next pad. After blowing the horn, thirty seconds will be added. The next one is
    easy to find. It's by the BribeClaw right across from you. After that, go
    forward, right, and left to find Garunda Te with another pad right next to him.
    After you activate the pad, the final one will appear in an area that you haven't
    exactly been to yet. Turn around and head down the hill. When you get past the
    fence, go left (to the other side of the fence). Get out your Fire Blaster and
    shoot the creature in the tree to make the tree fall down.
    Climb up the tree and cross the river and then climb up the brick wall. At the
    top is the final pad. Blow the horn and this time, a gate somewhere will open.
    Atop this area, you can also find two Fuel Cells and a Bafomdad (in the box). Now
    climb back down the brick wall and then head to the open area with the many
    SnowHorns and BribeClaw. From here, make your way back to where you gave the
    SnowHorn the Gold Root and head through the passage behind the area. Go right,
    cross the bridge, and you'll be in the area with the second Dinosaur Pad. Head
    into the water and swim across and to the left to find the gray SnowHorn and the
    gate that was opened. Head inside to find a warp (behind the warp there's a Fuel
    Jump on the warp and press A to warp to the Krazoa Shrine
    |                             Krazoa Shrine #4                       KRAZOA4    |
    As usual, head forward to be in a small room. This is covered in a sheet of ice
    so you'll be slipping around a lot. The whole shrine is covered in a sheet of ice
    so be careful that you don't mess up while trying to get through a room. Climb up
    the ladder and head into the next room. You can't do anything in here but to make
    things a LOT easier for you in a minute, take out the two enemies. Now head back
    to the small room you just went through and pick up the Fuel Barrel (if you let
    the enemies live, they'd swoop down on you and blow the barrel up. They'd die,
    but you'd take damage and would have to start over). Carefully carry the barrel
    across the ice path (you can't jump or you'll drop the barrel). On the other
    side, throw it at the wall to clear a path to the next room.
    If you go all the way forward, you'll eventually be stopped by yet another wall.
    So what to do? You have to go back to the Fuel Barrel, pick it up, and carry it
    across the icy path again. Head through and into the next room. Place the barrel
    on the Barrel Pad and then flip the switch so that the first flamethrower is off.
    Let the machine carry the barrel past the first flamethrower, and then flip the
    switch again. This turns on flamethrowers one and three, but shuts off number
    two. After the machine passes the second thrower, flip the switch one last time
    to shut off the first and third flamethrowers. Once the machine passes the third
    thrower, the barrel will drop on the other side. Swim across the pool (beware the
    whirlpools though).
    On the other side, pick up the barrel and jump into the whirlwind. Push the
    barrel out of the whirlwind and into the next room. Place the barrel on the
    Barrel Pad and then go forward and kill the SharpClaw. Pick up the barrel and
    head forward. Stop in front of the ledge where the flamethrowers are spitting
    fire. Stand in the middle and when the middle flamethrower is off, throw the
    barrel over the ledge. It'll land on the other side, explode, and blow up the
    wall. Head forward and into the Krazoa Spirit room. Here, talk to the Spirit to
    begin TEST FOUR - THE TEST OF STRENGTH. This is a joke. The SharpClaw you're
    fighting against doesn't fight back at all. Hell, you can tap A slowly and you'd
    still make it.
    You have a minute to rotate the huge... thingy 180 degrees. Once that's done, the
    Krazoa Spirit will enter your body. You now have to return this Spirit to Krazoa
    Palace. So head out of SnowHorn Wastes and return to ThornTail Hollow. Once
    again, nothing required to do here so head to the WarpStone and tell him to warp
    you to Krazoa Palace.
    |                              Krazoa Palace                           PALACE4  |
    Once again, you'll warp a LOT farther into the palace than you did before.
    Anyway, defeat the SharpClaws if you want but otherwise, ride the platform up to
    the tunnel. Head trough the tunnel to end up in the very large and vertical
    chamber once more. Head forward and into the first whirlwind. Ride it to the top
    and then head into the whirlwind on your right. Go right and then you'll
    encounter a Portal Device. Open it and you'll find the Krazoa Statue inside. Step
    on the shining light and release your Krazoa Spirit. Four down, two to go.
    |                       Part 9: The Fourth SpellStone                 PART9     |
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                       THORN10    |
    When you return, the WarpStone will compliment you on how far you've progressed.
    He'll tell you that you must go to your toughest challenge yet, Dragon Rock. Fox
    will ask where the GateKeeper is and the WarpStone will say that "he is closer
    than you think" which means he's in ThornTail Hollow obviously. Head to the well
    and speak to the dinosaur that always says, "Mumble, mumble, mumble." The
    GateKeeper will explain that he's been silent since he tried to overthrow General
    Scales. Three of his friends were captured and put in Dragon Rock. However, he
    wasn't put in captivity because he's the GateKeeper. He'll open the gate for you
    and ask for you to save his friends. This is the one time where you MIGHT not
    have enough Fuel Cells.
    If you don't, you can buy some at the ThornTail Hollow store. You need fifteen
    Fuel Cells to head to Dragon Rocket.
    |                              To Dragon Rock                        SPACE#5    |
    Mission Briefing: General Scales has unleashed the full force of the planet's
                      dark energy, mutating Dragon Rock into a desolate wasteland. He
                      has captured a number of dinosaurs and is planning to change
                      them into powerful killing machines! It's rumoured that one
                      such creature already exists! This final SpellStone should
                      bring Dinosaur Planet back together.
    You must fly through all TEN Gold Rings here, so I thought I'd do a super in-
    depth walkthrough for this since it can prove to be hard. At the start, fly
    forward (dodging the meteors of course). Shoot the supply crate to get some
    lasers on the left side. Wipe out all of the ships (or as many as you can) and
    then veer to the right a little to fly through the first GOLD RING (1/10). You
    now have a choice of flying through a silver ring or grabbing a supply crate. You
    shouldn't have lost that much health so I suggest grabbing the supply crate. Now
    go through the tight fit into the floating cylinder. Inside, avoid all of the
    mines (they'll explode around you, but you have no room so it'll be hard to avoid
    At the end of the cylinder, there's the second GOLD RING (2/10). Right behind it
    is another supply crate with lasers. Veer upward into the floating cave. Here, a
    closing door will greet you. Try to fly through it without hitting it. You'll
    have to boost or break (or if you're lucky, you can fly through it at normal
    speed). You're now in a cave with ships flying straight at you. Shoot them as you
    go. You'll enter a more open part of the cave. Veer to the left and stay there.
    Fly through the GOLD RING (3/10) and get the bomb in the supply crate behind it.
    Quickly veer right and fly through the next GOLD RING (4/10). You now have a
    junction choice. There's a glitch where you'll sometimes fly through the wall in
    between the junctions and that allows you to see through the left and right
    tunnels, telling you what's in them.
    The junctions don't have any gold rings so pick either one. When they merge,
    you'll see a GOLD RING (5/10) with an X in it. Destroy the X to fly through the
    ring. Quickly go up and to the left to get another GOLD RING (6/10). Head down
    right for a supply crate with a bomb. Go back left again to find a GOLD RING
    (7/10) right next to a silver ring. Now fly into the cylinder. Go straight to fly
    thorugh the next GOLD RING (8/10). You'll fly out of the cylinder after that.
    Head forward through a seemingly empty area and then you'll find a gold ring
    moving back and forth on the left side. You have to time your flying correctly so
    you'll go through the GOLD RING (9/10) as it moves. Only one more gold ring left,
    so keep going.
    Head through the cylinder and at the end, you'll find the final GOLD RING
    (10/10). Right after that, you'll finish the mission.
    |                                Dragon Rock                         DRAGONR    |
    Dragon Rock is only one area, but it is VERY large and there's lots of puzzles
    you have to solve. There's about a dozen different things that you have to do
    before you can challenge the boss for the SpellStone. There are Cannonbots and
    fire-like enemies here. The Cannonbots are surrounded by shields and you can't
    take them out just yet (you will though... you'll eventually have to take out
    everything). At the start, turn around and go towards the northern part of the
    area. You DEFINITELY need a map for this place because it's pretty hard to give
    directions on where to go so I'll sometimes say "go east, north, south, etc."
    assuming that you have a map. You should've boughten all the maps at the
    beginning of the game anyway.
    At the northern part, a FlameCrawler will try to burn you up. Quickly head to the
    ladder. There are three flamethrowers here. Wait until the first thrower stops
    are climb past it. Wait until the second and third flamethrowers turn off before
    climbing past both of them (unless, of course, you don't care about getting
    burned; you have more than enough Bafomdads anyway). At the top, you should see a
    barrel machine and a boarded up passage. Go right and climb up the small ladder.
    You'll go right under the flamethrowers (you may be asking why they're there if
    they can't hurt you but you'll find out in a moment) so don't worry about them.
    On the other side, climb down the ladder. Pass the Barrel Pad and continue down
    the turn.
    Head past the two Flamethrowers to find a Fuel Barrel. Grab it and wait for each
    flamethrower to shut off before heading past them. Now head to the Barrel Pad and
    place the Fuel Barrel on that. Flip the switch and the Barrel Machine will begin
    to move. Quickly climb up the ladder and stand on the switch below the
    flamethrower. This will shut the thrower off. When the machine picks the barrel
    up, it'll carry through the path of the flamethrowers. Since the first one is
    shut off, you'll be okay. Once the Barrel Machine is past the first thrower, run
    ahead of it and stand on the second switch to shut off the other flamethrower. Do
    this until the machine passes once more. At the end, the machine will drop the
    Pick it up and throw it at the boarded wall to blow it up. Head up the passage
    and make the turn. You'll emerge on a huge bar-floor with a spinning flame duo on
    it. Head past it and throw the switch to open up a cage. Inside is an
    EarthWalker. This is all the way on the opposite side of Dragon Rock so head
    outside and jump down (roll as you land to avoid damage). On the other side, talk
    to the EarthWalker. He'll mention that if they free the HighTop now, it'll be
    destroyed by the Cannonbots. You have to eliminate the Cannonbots to free the
    High Top anyway and the EarthWalker will help you out. The shields of the
    Cannonbots are too strong to break with any of your weapons but you can shut off
    the shields with the help of the EarthWalker.
    Each bot has a shield generator somewhere in the area. There are four shield
    generators that you have to take out. Get on the EarthWalker and start. The
    EarthWalker has a health bar too, below you. When you're hit, you'll lose a
    portion of it. If you lose all your health, you have to start over so be careful.
    There's on generator (they look like green blocks) on the pillar near your
    Arwing. Closeby, in the big center structure, there's another generator inside
    the wall (it can be hard to see when you're not looking in the direction of the
    generator but it's there). In the southeast corner, there's another pillar near a
    Cannonbot. The pillar has the third generator. Now head to the northern area with
    the ladder you just climed.
    To the right of that are two FireCrawlers and the final generator. Head to the
    center structure and look for the spot where you can get off. Now go around
    Dragon Rock and whenver you see a Cannonbot, destroy it with your Fire Blaster.
    Once all four are gone, a gate will open in the same structure with the ladder
    that you had to climb. Head over that and go right of the ladder. Head inside and
    go through the tunnel. You'll enter a massive chamber with a large HighTop. The
    HighTop doesn't know you're there since it can't see you. Behind it is a Rocket
    Pad. Use it to boost to the upper ledge. Here, go to the front of the HighTop.
    Talk to him and he'll explain that the ropes are too tough for him to break. So,
    obviously, you have to do it for him.
    You must shoot all four buttons in a limited time with your Fire Blaster. Since
    you've had a LOT of experience with shooting the Fire Blaster, it shouldn't be
    too difficult. Once all four are green at once, the ropes will go free. The
    HighTop will stretch out and he'll say that you have to protect him while he
    crosses the plain. Fox will jump on his back and it's time for yet another
    challenge. You have your Fire Blaster equipped this whole time. You have
    unlimited Staff Energy for thie little mini-game so don't be afraid to fire. At
    the top of the center structure, a bunch of missles will fly out. It takes one
    shot to take a missle out. At the start, it's pretty easy. Only two or three
    missles are released at once.
    About a quarter of the way through, more and more will start to be released at
    once. Each wave will get exceedingly larger and you'll have to have better aim
    and a quicker trigger finger as the waves get larger. At the halfway point,
    things will suddenly calm down. Then the waves will slowly get bigger again,
    you'll have a few weak waves, and then a HUGE wave will come at you. This one has
    like twenty or thirty missles. Shoot all of them as fast as you can and then
    you'll have an abscense of waves for about thirty seconds. Only small waves will
    come after you after that. At the end, the HighTop will activate a switch on the
    GIANT door, lowering it. He'll then disappear, leaving you to free the
    Head into the canyon area and equip the Freeze Blast to Y. Freeze the head of the
    FlameCrawler and whack it with your staff to defeat it. There are two more
    FlameCrawlers that you have to defeat. Once they're gone, you'll open a Life-
    Force Door. This next part is a little challenging. Have Tricky stand on the red
    switch next to the Fuel Barrel. Quickly rush out into the open area and get your
    Flame Blaster out. The Barrel Machine will pick the barrel up. Shoot the switch
    below the first flamethrower so it'll shut off as the barrel passes. Do this for
    the second flamethrower and then the third (as it nears; otherwise, it'll turn on
    as the barrel passes through). The Barrel Machine will drop the barrel on the
    ledge after that.
    Head over to the ledge and climb up the ladder. You now have to get the Fuel
    Barrel through three vents with flamethrowers in them. Pick up the barrel and
    wait until the flamethrower in the first vent shuts off. Throw the barrel across.
    Unless your aim sucks, it'll make it across safely. Follow the barrel and pick it
    up. The final vent is extremely frustrating. There are two flamethrowers and the
    exit is aimed oddly so you have to have a perfect throw at perfect timing or the
    barrel will get caught in the vent and THAT'S where things get frustrating. If it
    explodes, you have to start the whole thing over. It took me three or four tries
    to get it through and it'll probably take you that amount of tries also. Once
    it's across, you're safe.
    Carry the barrel over to the boarded up passage and throw it at the boards to
    clear the way. Head down the path to be up near the CloudRunner's cage. Flip the
    switch and the cage will start to move. Drop down and use Tricky's flame on the
    vent. After a moment, this will cause flames to spit out in an area the same
    level as the CloudRunner's cage. If your timing is right, the rope of the
    CloudRunner's cage will pass through the flame, burning it. When this happens,
    the cage will crash to the ground. The CloudRunner will be freed. Turns out this
    is the same CloudRunner that helped Krystal at the very beginning of the game
    (the Prologue part, remember?). The CloudRunner will then offer to help you get
    inside the structure which holds the SpellStone.
    This final part of the level can be pretty damn tough. You are, like you were
    with the HighTop, on the CloudRunner with your staff. You have unlimited Staff
    Energy again because you need to protect the CloudRunner from the missles. This
    time, it's a lot more consistent in firing. There are no "waves," just a steady
    flow of missles coming at you. You'll have to be really quick in aiming and
    firing to get rid of all of them. Remember, if the CloudRunner loses all health,
    it's over. As you approach the base from where the missles are fired, you should
    see a circular target at the top. You must hit that as fast as you can. If you're
    fast enough, you can destroy it before you pass. Otherwise, you'll have to go in
    a circle to try to shoot it down again.
    There are another three towers from which missles spawn in the circle. Also, you
    have to destroy the tops of these towers. ONLY AIM FOR THE TOP WHEN THE MISSLES
    HAVE STOPPED FIRING. Otherwise, you'll be dead in ten seconds. It's very likely
    you'll have to circle around twice to destroy the targets. I had to circle around
    three times because I didn't destroy two of them on my second circle. Once all
    four are gone, the top of the structure will open. The CloudRunner will land
    there and tell you to be careful. There's supposed to be a "terrible creature"
    that is guarding the SpellStone. Well, duh... Fox will stupidly jump down into
    the pit. Didn't he see the ladder? Oh well. Anyway, you'll enter the boss arena
    for Dragon Rock.
    BOSS: Drakor
    Wow, Fox got reallly lucky that a floating platform was located right below where
    he jumped. Otherwise, he would have fallen straight into the lava. Anyway, Darkor
    will appear in front of Fox. This is one of the mutated EarthWalkers that Slippy
    was talking about before you took off. Ack, it looks tough. I hope you have ten
    Bafomdads and full health. This is the only actual boss with an actual health
    bar. This is probably the most fun boss out of the three that you face trying to
    get the SpellStones. You're on a moving platform and in first-person mode. The
    Fire Blaster is your only weapon and you (luckily) get infinite Staff Energy.
    Drakor flies around in front of you shooting blue balls of light at you. These
    hurt, so shoot them when they get near you to blow them up before you're hit.
    Also, there are many hazards in the area. Flamethrowers spit right in your path
    and you have to shoot switches near them to deactivate them before you fly right
    through. There are supply crates throughout the area which, when hit, will bring
    silver health rings to you. Use this if you need to restore health that you've
    lost. It's usually too much trouble to try to aim at the supply crate and shoot
    while Drakor is firing is blue light beams at you so I suggest just relying on
    your Bafomdads if you're low on health. You need to constantly be pressing A
    while aiming at Drakor. He has a LOT of health and it's made harder to hit him by
    the fact that he's hard to see with all the other stuff going on and the fact
    that he constantly zips around the area.
    You move around the whole structure and that's a pretty big place. Eventually
    you'll arrive back at your starting point but not after weaving in and out of
    pillars, twisting thorugh flamethrower passages, taking vertical elevators up and
    down, and going through gigantic, yet empty rooms. You should only make about one
    and a half circles around the area before you defeat Drakor. Each time you hit
    Drakor, you'll barely be able to notice any change in his health. You should be
    able to get a lot of hits off him at once though and there are times when he's
    REALLY close to you. Take advantage of that and shoot at him only. He'll be
    firing his blue light beams, but three-quarters of them will blow off because
    they'll get in your path as you're shooting at Drakor.
    The only big problem you'd have here is that you might get a little tired just
    tapping A but that's the only way out of this battle. After six or seven minutes
    of battle, you'll defeat this mutated dinosaur.
    Fox will run over to his Arwing and all four dinos there (Tricky, EarthWalker,
    HighTop, and CloudRunner) will congragulate him on getting the final SpellStone.
    Fox will take off in his Arwing, and it's off to return to the final SpellStone!
    |                         Part 10: The Final Spirits                 PART10     |
    Mission Briefing: General Scales cannot harm any dinosaurs ever again. You have
                      stopped his evil mutant army plans! This is the final
                      SpellStone, Fox. You need to get it back to the Ocean Force
                      Point as quickly as possible. With this seal closed, Dinosaur
                      Planet will be saved!
    |                                 Cape Claw                          CAPECL3    |
    There's nothing to do in ThornTail Hollow, but we actually have some things to do
    in Cape Claw before we head into the Ocean Force Point Temple for the final
    SpellStone. Go down the path and turn right, towards the direction of the
    gigantic Krazoa head. When you arrive at the head, you'll find that some bastard
    boarded the path up. You can't get through, so jump down into the water and swim
    to the beach on your left. Here, go right and into a cave. There's a Portal Door
    here. Use your Portal Device to open it. Extinguish the falmes behind it and
    you'll be at the SharpClaw Cannon. Use it to aim at the boarded up Krazoa head.
    Fire it at the boards to open the way. But we're not done yet. On the right side
    of the HighTop, there's a small, fat pillar sticking out of the water.
    If you zoom in with your High-Def Goggles, you'll see a crack in it. Fire at the
    pillar with the cannon and you'll blow it up. Jump down into the water and swim
    all the way over to the destruction site of the pillar. Not only is there a
    Bafomdad, but there's a hole that you should drop through. Head down to the open
    cave to get the final STAFF ENERGY INCREASE. Head out of the pit and then return
    to the giant Krazoa head. Head inside to enter the Ocean Force Point Temple.
    |                          Ocean Force Point Temple                  OCEANF2    |
    Until you get to the warp, everything but the electric floor is the same (though
    all the puzzles are solved, so that's a plus). Head forward and a gate will open
    into a fairly large room. This long puzzle has, fortunately, already been solved
    so just head across and climb up the ramp and then head through the gate at the
    end. Travel through the tunnel. At the end, you'll be in a beach-like area. Jump
    down and go to the back. On the right, climb up the ladder and then climb up the
    second one. Go left to find a tough SharpClaw. After defeating it, you'll find a
    SpellStone slot. Take out your SpellStone and it'll hover over the slot, opening
    the way. Take the SpellStone back and then continue through the tunnel. You'll
    come out in a long corridor with lots and lots of blue.
    Head forward to find some blue panels. Last time, there were six. This time,
    there are nine. If you step on them, there's a three in four chance that you'll
    be electrocuted. Turn around and step on the switch. Some panels on the wall will
    light up. Memorize the lit up panels (it's different every time you step on the
    switch so I can't tell you what it is). Once you have them memorized (since
    there's nine now, it's a little harder; you might have to write them down) step
    off the switch. Head towards the panels. One of the four in the row will
    correspond to one of the lit up panels. Step on the panel that was lit up on the
    wall and the whole row will come down. Do this for the next five panels to cross
    the electric field.
    Go forward and defeat the two SharpClaws. Jump into the water on the left.
    There's another large puzzle that you had to solve here but it's done already so
    just swim through the tunnel on your right and through the passage at the end.
    Climb the brick wall and, since we already actiavted the warp pad, stand on the
    warp to teleport to a completely new part of the Ocean Force Point Temple. Head
    through the giant doors. The right door, which is the path you took last time,
    has locked shut. Instead, the left door is now open. Jump in the water, avoid the
    Fungus Turtles, and swim to the left door. Climb up and then head through. A
    tough SharpClaw will appear at the end. Kill it and continue in the big, open
    Go right and push the block forward and left. Push it into the little slot and
    then climb up to the upper ledge. Activate the switch to open another door. Jump
    to the ledge opposite the starting one. Then go left and put on the disguise
    after stepping on the Disguise Pad. This will open a door in the center pillar.
    Head back and jump to the alcove that you just revealed. Switch back to Fox and
    hit the switch to slightly raise the water level. It raises it enough so that Fox
    can reach the door that you opened. Go forward and defeat the SharpClaw. Enter
    the next room. This is a similar puzzle to one that you had to face the last time
    you visited the Ocean Force Point Temple. This time, it's a little more difficult
    to complete.
    Jump into the water and swim to the switch on your right. A timer of two minutes
    and thirty seconds will begin. Let me try to explain this the best I can. Below
    each statue, there's a switch and below that, there's a colored panel. You'll
    notice the flames on each torch are different colors. Each time you hit a switch,
    the statue above it will slowly lean forward and dump water onto the torches
    below. You have to time it so the torch the same color as the panel gets dumped
    on by the same-color statue. Does that make sense? I hope so. If it's the right
    color, you'll put the torch out. Otherwise, the torch will remain lit. Each time
    you extinguish a torch, the wheel will spin faster and faster. You'll have to get
    better and better timing each time, but you should have enough time to get it all
    Once that's done, the door will open yet again. Rush down the hallway to enter
    another block pushing puzzle. You should remember something like this from the
    first time you visited Ocean Force Point Temple so I'm not going to explain it
    again. The directions are different but if you have an ounce of intelligence,
    then you should be able to figure it out quickly. When it's done, a Rocket Pad
    will appear in the first room. Head to it and boost to the upper ledge. Head
    around the perimeter until you reach a color-changing flame with a gap between
    you and the warp. There's a gem behind the flame. You know what to do. When
    that's done, the bridge will extend allowing you to reach the warp. Warp to the
    Force Point and place the final SpellStone in it's rightful spot.
    A hologram will appear above the Force Point in the core of the planet. It'll
    show Dinosaur Planet getting back together. Fox will get all excited about the
    completed mission. However, just as the planet gets back together, it splits back
    up again. Fox will be confused and Peppy will come on and say that he discovered
    a Krazoa Shrine entrance in Walled City. Tricky will mention how he could've
    mentioned that (SO WHY DIDN'T HE?) and Fox will tell Tricky that it's time to
    return to the Hollow. So, well, do so :)
    |                             ThornTail Hollow                       THORN11    |
    The Queen is waiting for you the moment you arrive. She'll tell you that the
    Walled City hasn't returned to the planet yet and that the King EarthWalker is
    still up there. Fox will determine that the Spirits must have something to do
    with it. There's a Krazoa Shrine at the Walled City that we've yet to visit and
    that's where we need to go. You should've gotten the High-Def Display Goggles a
    LONG time ago but just in case you haven't, you'll need them for the next part so
    pick 'em up at the shop (you should have two-hundred Scarabs by now). Now jump in
    your Arwing and head to the Walled City.
    Mission Briefing: Hurry, Fox! There must be another Krazoa Shrine hidden within
                      the Walled City. When you land, go directly to the King
                      EarthWalker. He should be able to tell you where to start
    |                                Walled City                         WALLED2    |
    Head over to the front of the temple and you'll talk to the King EarthWalker.
    He'll thank you for returning the SpellStones to the Force Point. Then he'll tell
    you that all six Krazoa Spirits must be returned to their rightful points before
    the floating lands can return to Dinosaur Planet. Fox will ask the King if he
    knows where the Krazoa Shrine is. The King will tell Fox that the Shrine will be
    revealed once the Sun and Moon Stones have been returned to their rightful
    places. Two doors will then open to areas that you haven't been to. It's time to
    get those two stones. Head across the Sun Bridge to enter the SunStone area. This
    can be VERY difficult unless you have directions. You have to push all of the
    boxes onto the sun symbols.
    However, if you hit a wall then you'll have to start ALL over. I worked through
    hell figuring this out so give me time. Okay, push the first block (close to the
    start) to the right to get it onto a symbol. Head to the one in the upper-left
    corner and push it to the closest sun panel (south, against the wall). Now go to
    the far block on your right and then push it up and then right onto the sun. Push
    the last block up against the previous one, and then onto the final sun panel.
    Yeah, that's the solution. This will open up a hole at the top of the temple. Go
    up the ledge and take the elevator up. Stand on the panel and take out your
    goggles. Zoom through the hole and a huge blast of sunlight will shine in Fox's
    eyes, causing him to turn away.
    Take the elevator back down and head through the path. In the first room, defeat
    the fire bats with your Freeze Blast. Now you have a small block puzzle. Pull the
    northern block out and you'll notice how it has a Sun Panel on one side. Push it
    south and then to the right. Pull the left block out and push it into the slot
    that the first block was in. The Moon Block is now under the blue flame, where it
    should be. Now push the Sun Block into the vertical row and pull the third block
    out. Push it into the other slot so that the Sun Panel is facing out. Do the same
    with the final block and this will open the door. Head in and you'll be faced
    with a mini-maze and a somewhat tough challenge. To start it, Super Quake the
    sparkling ring.
    Now a bunch of sparkling walls will appear, blocking your entrance to the maze.
    You have seventy-five seconds to get to the door before it opens. Rush forward
    and left and hit the switch to make the wall disappear. Head back and go past the
    wall. Take a left and then continue straight until you get to a dead end with a
    fire. Put it out and throw the switch behind it. Head back to the junction and
    take the other path. Go to the back and turn left. There's a pit here so STOP. If
    you fall in, you have to start over from the VERY beginning of the temple. Get
    out your Fire Blaster and shoot the switch across the gap. Now take the path that
    you passed and follow it until you can go left or right. Go right and burn the
    Behind it is the final switch. Activate it to take down the final wall. Just head
    through the last part of the maze and you should make it easily. Open the Portal
    Door and then head into the next room. Get out your Fire Blaster. You have to
    shoot three switches behind a rotating wall. This wall has one hole in it and you
    can only shoot through that hole. Each time you hit a switch, the wall will
    rotate faster and faster. When all three switches are activated, an invisible
    bridge will appear and flamethrowers will turn on. Head past the flamethrowers
    and take the SunStone in the center of the wall. Now head out of the temple
    because you're done here. Back outside in Walled City, cross the bridge opposite
    you, the Moon Bridge.
    Yet again, you start out with a block puzzle. The solution is different and you
    have to push this onto Moon Symbols. Push the southernmost block to the left,
    onto a Moon Symbol. Push the block north of that down. It'll hit the block you
    previously pushed. Now push the northernmost block left, onto the Moon Symbol.
    Push the block that you haven't touched south and then push the last block right
    and then north onto the final Moon Symbol. This will open a hole at the top of
    the temple. Again, climb the ledge and take the elevator to the top. Stand on the
    panel and zoom all the way up through the hole. Another light will blind Fox.
    This will open another door. Take the elevator back down and head through the
    door that you opened.
    Head through the tunnel and then go into the first room. Flip the switch to open
    the door. You'll also make some gates rise. DO NOT step on the panels yet. Wait
    until the first gate lowers, then rush onto the panels. WALK across the panels
    left and right, so that you WALK on a whole row before going to the next one.
    Shortly after you step on a panel, it'll fall. If you run, you'll run over all
    the panels too quickly before the gate lowers. The moment the second gate lowers,
    rush through. Walk even more slowly on the next set of panels since it takes
    quite a while to have the third gate lower. When it lowers, rush through and into
    the next room. Here, you'll find another sparkling ring. Use the Super Quake on
    An invisible maze will appear. Whenever you run into a wall, it'll flash. You
    have to go to the right corner, and then go clockwise around the room. You can't
    go totally clockwise. That's just the best description I can give. If you do
    that, you should reach the end before time runs out. Go forward and then open the
    Portal Door. Head into the next room where another rotating wall (with a small
    hole) is hiding switches. You have to hit the left first, then the top, and then
    the right. The invisible bridge will appear and so will the flamethrowers. These
    throwers don't seem to hurt me though, so don't worry about it. Grab the
    MoonStone at the end and return to the main temple at the Walled City. This is
    where you have to place the Sun and Moon Stones.
    Head down into the pit where you freed the King EarthWalker/entered the RedEye's
    chamber. Place the SunStone in the red statue and the MoonStone in the blue
    statue. The top of the temple will raise slightly and reveal a warp. Head to the
    temple and climb to the very top. Before you warp, SAVE. Once you grab the fifth
    Krazoa Spirit, you'll automatically fly to the Krazoa Temple and you can't head
    back to any other place after that because Rare was on every type of illegal drug
    when they created this part. Rare said that they wanted to make games where you
    could re-fight the final boss. Well, that's all cool but maybe if they let you GO
    BACK TO ALL OTHER AREAS it'd be cool too. But oh well. Anyway, save now and don't
    save again if you wish to visit the other places once more.
    |                             Krazoa Shrine #5                       KRAZOA5    |
    There's no turning back now. Once you've colleccted the Spirit, you can't go back
    at all. I hope you took my advice and saved. As usual, the first room small and
    has a ladder on your right. Climb up it and enter the first big room. Stand on
    the switch and stay there until the gate across the gap opens all the way. What
    is laid out in front of you is now a set of whirlwinds and flamethrowers. Just
    head through, across. Unless you're at super-low health (and if you are, that's
    pretty sad) then just head straight through the flamethrowers. The most you
    should lose is four units of health. Hover to the other side and head through the
    gate. Go left and into the next room, which also has some air vents and a fire in
    the middle.
    Cross the first air vent and use your Freeze Blast to extinguish the flames
    blocking your way. Cross the second vent and turn around. High up in the ceiling
    is a switch. It's farther away than usual but it should only take two or three
    shots to hit it right. The gate closes quickly, so you need to be close to the
    gate when it opens. The next room is also quite simple. Stand on the switch and
    wait until the gate opens. Quickly head across the vent and run through the flame
    duo (it's no big deal if you're hit and the gate here closes a lot quicker than
    usual). Jump the gap to the next ledge and go through the next flame duo. Cross
    the gap and head through the gate (you should make it in time). The next room
    holds the Krazoa Spirit.
    Head over and press A to take the final test. TEST FIVE - THE TEST OF KNOWLEDGE
    should be easy if you've paid attention to your surroundings well. You have to
    match the items with the levels that you found them in. You have eighty seconds,
    which is easy enough. There are six items to match. Start with the one on your
    upper left. This is the CloudRunner flute so head to the lower right slot and
    place the CloudRunner Flute in. Now head to the upper-central one. This is the
    Dinosaur Horn. Head to the center one on the left, which is DarkIce Mines. The
    upper right one is the Wooden Block Carving from the LightFoot Village. This is
    the central one one your right. Now go to the lower left item. This is the Gold
    Tooth from Walled City.
    That's the upper-left slot. The lower-central item is a MoonSeed, which goes in
    the upper-right slot. The final one is an asteroid. That goes in the only
    remaining spot, the lower-left. You'll then pass the final Krazoa test. It'll
    jump into Fox's body, as usual. Back in Walled City, Fox will be saying his final
    goodbye to Tricky. Fox will give Tricky the Star Fox badge, making him an
    official member of Star Fox. Fox will promise to visit the EarthWalkers soon, and
    then you'll be able to jump into your ship. You can't go anywhere but Dionsaur
    Planet, and even when you go there you'll automatically land at the top of the
    Krazoa Palace.
    Mission Briefing: Let's go, Fox! Get that Spirit directly back to the Krazoa
                      Palace! I have adjusted your flight path so that you will land
                      at the top of the palace. As soon as you get there, head down
                      inside to released the Spirit.
    |                               Krazoa Palace                        PALACE5    |
    This is it. The final spot. Do NOT save here or you'll be stuck at this place for
    the rest of the game. You'll land at the top of the palace, right by Krystal.
    There's nothing for you to do here, so head down the vent that pushes the air
    down. Here, head into the vent and go left. You'll drop down to another vent.
    Cross over to the ledge next to you. Go right, which is the quickest way to reach
    the tunnel in front of the red torches. Head down and at the bottom, cross the
    vent (by the way, the vent appears only at this time so you couldn't of come here
    down earlier if you were wondering) to the other side. You'll head out onto a
    balcony. Go right and step on the bright light to release the Spirit. At the very
    top of the Krazoa Palace, a gate will lower revealing another warp.
    Make your way out through the tunnel and into the large chamber again. From
    there, head to the top of the chamber and take the air vent out onto the roof
    again. Take the warp to a new area. You're on your way to getting the final
    Krazoa Spirit. Head forward and as you go through the gate, it'll lower and a
    Life-Force Door with one soul will appear. Head around the giant block and climb
    the ladder up. The moment you hit the center, General Scales will drop down. This
    is it, the final battle. As he approaches you, make a move to slash him.
    Suddenly, a disembodied Irish-like voice will speak. He'll tell Scales that his
    desire for power overwhelmed him, and that Scales brought him to Krazoa Palace
    when came.
    The EarthWalkers could see [whoever is talking] but Scales couldn't. The voice
    will order Scales to hand over the final Spirit. Scales forcefully does so and
    the moment the Spirit leaves him, the General will fall down dead. Couldn't the
    voice at least let us fight Scales before it intervened? Damn disembodied voice.
    But on the bright side, you have the final Krazoa Spirit! You'll automatically
    warp back to the top of the palace. Go forward and surrender the final Krazoa
    Spirit. As this happens, the Spirits will fly around Krystal. Fox will get the
    feeling that he was tricked and that Krystal won't be saved after all. The
    Spirits will fly into Krystal and get... something from her and then the Spirits
    will fly into the Krazoa God.
    The crystal will explode and Krystal will fall down. Fox will save her with the
    staff. The Krazoa Head will rise and shout how it's reborn. Apparently, Krystal
    knows it's evil and shouts at it. She'll then take the staff back from Fox and
    stupidly fire the Fire Blaster at the Krazoa God. Like that'll help. Fox rushes
    to his Arwing, jumps in, and takes off for the skies after the Krazoa God.
    |                        Final Battle - SPOILERS!!!                  FINALBA    |
    In space, the Krazoa Head will turn around to reveal a farmiliar foe. As if you
    haven't already guessed who it is. In a huge twist, it turns out that Andross was
    behind this the whole time! Now that he's reborn as the Krazoa God, he has the
    power to destroy the Lylat System!
    BOSS: Andross
    I bet one in twenty of you knew that Andross would be the final boss. It
    definitely surprised me. By the way, surprises aren't over yet so don't get all
    excited. Okay, Andross has several stages of battle. This is going to be one LONG
    battle and (like in every Rare game) the final boss is actually HARD. Yes, hard.
    Freaky, I know. The first phase of the battle is quite simple. There are three
    weak points in the Krazoa Head. You'll have to fire at the left and right eyes
    and at the gem in his forehead. While you're doing this, he'll shoot a giant
    laser at you that rotates around the screen. Rotate clockwise around the
    perimeter of your area and you should be able to avoid the laser without getting
    Keep firing while you're running away from the laser, but don't stop or you'll
    get hit. It only takes ten or so hits to take out a gem so it should be easy.
    Once all three weak points are gone, Andross will turn around and show his actual
    face. This phase is definitely a lot more difficult than phase one. If you
    remember Andross' original attacks in Star Fox 64, then you should recognize
    them. Andross will start by swiping his left hand at you. Head to the top of the
    screen as he pulls his hand and start shooting at it. You'll hit a gem on his
    left palm. When he swings forward, quickly get to the very top of the screen (you
    should be there already, but there's a chance you might've had to adjust your
    aim) and you'll avoid it.
    Then he'll do the same with the right hand (again, move up to the top of the
    screen). A second gem is on his right hand, so shoot that as he pulls back to
    swipe. You won't get that many hits in, but don't worry. Andross will then clamp
    his hands together (again, flying up will help you dodge). While he's pulling
    them back, shoot whichever hand. Now Andross will spit out hunks of asteroids and
    a couple of silver rings out of his mouth. Shoot the asteroids and MOVE TO ONE
    SIDE. With everything out of his... uh, "body," Andross will have to suck
    everything back in, you included. Stay to one far side of the screen and barrel
    roll in the direction you're in CONSTANTLY. So if you're on the left side of the
    screen, barrel roll to the left (since barrel rolls were never needed, the
    controls are L and R in case you didn't know).
    You may get hit by the asteroids but you'll suffer a far worse fate if you get
    sucked up. As in, you'll have to start the battle over (you take damage and he
    flips back around). You should be very close to Andross by the time he stops
    sucking. Then move back to the middle of the screen. Andross will repeat the hand
    swiping/clapping/spitting/sucking maneuver. On the third time, you should blow up
    at least one hand. Andross will then be reduced to only slashing with his
    remaining hand before spitting out the rocks and trying to suck you up. Once both
    hands are gone, it's on to phase three. This is more or less the same as phase
    one except Andross has a new (and very frustrating) attack that he throws into
    the mix.
    At first, Andross will shoot out the regular beam so head around the perimeter of
    the screen. There's a brief pause between the first and second attack where you
    have time to shoot at one of the three targets before he starts shooting lots and
    lots of missles. These missles are pretty much the exact same type as the ones in
    Dragon Rock were except the target is you this time (no, really?). The best thing
    to do is to move clockwise around the screen again. The missles can still hit
    you, but it's your best form of defense. You can also try to shoot the missles,
    but you'll never be able to get all of them. DO NOT aim for the gems when the
    missles are being fired or you'll take LOTS of damage. Once you've gotten rid of
    the three gems, phase four will begin.
    Luckily, you've seen the last of the Krazoa God part of the battle. It's only
    Andross from here on out. At the start, the phase seems exactly like phase two
    but... well, it's not. Again, Andross will swipe at you with his left and right
    hand, then clap them together. Again, you'll want to aim for the gems on his
    palms. After that, he'll (once again) send things out from his mouth and try to
    suck you in again. But then he'll raise his right palm and shoot out the same
    laser that he shot at you in the beginning of the battle. Don't try to shoot his
    palm during this (though it's very vulnerable) because you'll get hurt. Bad.
    Dodging this is the same way as dodging the original laser. Move in a clockwise
    direction around the perimeter.
    He'll then fire the same laser with his left palm. This time, you want to go
    counter-clockwise around the perimeter of the screen to avoid getting hurt. After
    that, the attack pattern will start over once more. Continue to shoot his hands
    and, one by one, they'll blow up. Then Andross will unleash a new type of
    inhaling technique. This traps Fox in the center, where he can't move at all. It
    looks like the end is near for you when suddenly, you're saved by none other than
    Falco! He'll fire a bomb at Andross, which freaks him out and stop the inhaling.
    After a gretting from Falco, the battle will continue. Here comes the final
    phase, phase five. Andross no longer has his hands so you only have to worry
    about three attacks: the exhaling (grab the silver rings since you're health is
    probably gone less than halfway down), the missles (yes, he carries is extremely
    frustrating missle attack over to this phase).
    Then Andross will exhale once more. Look out for Falco's ship now. It'll dive
    bomb in front of you and drop a supply crate containing a bomb. You MUST GET THIS
    BOMB. Now wait until Andross starts to inhale. It's in the super-inhale attack,
    so you're trapped unless you fire the bomb into his mouth. This will make his
    head transparent and Andross' greatest weak point will appear: his brain (it's
    been his brain in every game, why stop now?). A health bar in the form of a meter
    will appear below. This is the health for the brain. Shoot it as Andross moves
    around the screen wildly. He'll pull back and try to ram you, which can be
    avoided if you move to the opposite side of the screen that you're on. There's NO
    chance that you'll take out the brain the first time.
    This strategy will repeat for the rest of the battle. If it weren't for the damn
    missles, you could win in no time. But no, the missles make it hard. Some people
    might have to develop their own strategy. Barrel rolling while moving around the
    perimeter works for me best. You should take away at least a quarter of the
    health of his brain each time you shoot at him. When his brain health is gone,
    it'll explode, Andross will explode, the Krazoa God head will explode, and the
    Krazoa Spirits will fly out and back down to Dinosaur Planet.
    |                                 Endgame                            ENDGAME    |
    Once again, Andross blows up in an explosion so big, it's hard to outrun.
    Luckily, this is space so Fox and Falco easily make it. Falco flies off without a
    word to Fox and Fox will fly into the entrance of the GreatFox. A scene will show
    the real Dionsaur Planet getting back together again thanks to the Krazoa
    Spirits. At Krazoa Palace, all of the SharpClaws are celebrating now that they're
    free of General Scales' power. Fox will wave to them and fly off. In the
    GreatFox, the Star Fox team will be celebrating and General Pepper will appear.
    The King and Queen EarthWalker thank you for saving Dinosaur Planet and Tricky
    apparenlty says "Hi." Fox will explain to General Pepper that Andross seemingly
    the power of the Krazoa and by trapping Krystal, who had the ability to channel
    this power, he was able to use this power to revive himself.
    After General Pepper transfers out, he'll mentioning that he's transferring the
    fee as they speak. Falco will appear and say how he wants to be back with the
    Star Fox team once more. After a very brief hesitation, Fox will welcome him
    back. Then Peppy will give Fox a message from Krystal. As the message plays,
    Krystal will appear in the Great Fox. Wow, perfect timing. QUICK FOX, NOW'S YOUR
    CHANCE! Uh... sorry... yeah... that's the ending.
    |                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                     |
    |                     |%%%%%   ThornTail Store    %%%%%|        THORNTA      |
    |                     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~                     |
    To reach the ThornTail Store, you'll need to go to the left side of the river in
    ThornTail Hollow. Follow the wall and you'll get to a brick portion with a hole.
    Climb down the hole and then head down the passage. When you climb up the ledge,
    you'll enter the ThornTail Store. A little further down, you'll meet the
    Shopkeeper. This is a freaky, floating dinosuar that talks really weird. He's a
    bastard that always tries to steal and cheat, but he is fair when it comes to
    betting. In reality, he wouldn't but this is a game where you... wait, this would
    never happen in reality. Damn. Anyway, there are tons of things you can buy at
    the shop. Some of them are at good deals but others are insane. I'll give you the
    list price and then the lowest bargain price.
    I'll also tell you if something is a good deal or not.
         |_________________________By natural resources, I mean items that you can
                                   find simply by searching around Dinosaur Planet.
                                   Most of them can even be found in ThornTail Hollow
                                   itself! Pretty much all of these are bad deals but
                                   if you're ABSOLUTELY desparate and have money to
                                   spend, then stop by this area.
    List Price - 10 Scarabs (BAD)
    Bargain Price - 7 Scarabs (OKAY)
    ***Bomb Spore***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs (OKAY)
    Bargain Price - 3 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Fuel Cell***
    List Price - 10 Scarabs (GOOD - Only when DESPARTELY NEEDED)
    Bargain Price - 8 Scarabs (GOOD - Only when DESPARTELY NEEDED)
    ***GrubTub Fungus***
    List Price - 12 Scarabs (BAD)
    Bargain Price - 12 Scarabs (BAD)
    ***PukPuk Eggs***
    List Price - 15 Scarabs (OKAY)
    Bargain Price - 10 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***PukPuk Egg***
    List Price - 6 Scarabs (BAD)
    Bargain Price - 4 Scarabs (BAD)
    ***Dumbledang Pods***
    List Price - 10 Scarabs (BAD)
    Bargain Price - 8 Scarabs (BAD)
    ***Dumbledang Pod***
    List Price - 3 Scarabs (OKAY)
    Bargain Price - 2 Scarabs (OKAY)
         |_________________________This is a room that you should empty early out in
                                   the game. By early, I mean before opening the
                                   first gateway to a SpellStone level. I'll list the
                                   items here in order of importance. Most of these
                                   are good deals, but some of them can be a little
    ***Rock Candy***
    List Price: 10 Scarabs (GOOD)
    Bargain Price: 9 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***SnowHorn Artifact***
    List Price - 130 Scarabs (OKAY)
    Bargain Price - 110 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Firefly Lantern***
    List Price - 20 Scarabs (GOOD)
    Bargain Price - 18 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Hi-Def Display Device***
    List Price - 20 Scarabs (GOOD)
    Bargain Price - 18 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Bafomdad Holder***
    List Price - 20 Scarabs (GOOD)
    Bargain Price - 18 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Tricky's Ball***
    List Price - 15 Scarabs (OKAY)
    Bargain Price - 11 Scarabs (OKAY)
    ***Krazoa Palace Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs (GOOD)
    Bargain Price - 3 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Dragon Rock Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs (GOOD)
    Bargain Price - 5 Scarabs (GOOD)
    ***Ocean Force Point Temple Map***
    List Price - 10 Scarabs (BAD)
    Bargain Price - 8 Scarabs (OKAY)
    ***Cape Claw Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs (OKAY)
    Bargain Price - 3 Scarabs (GOOD)
         |_________________________This is another room that you should empty out
                                   early in the game. The more maps you have, the
                                   better. And if you get all of them at once,
                                   then you don't have to worry about going to the
                                   ThornTail Store every time you're about to enter
                                   a new area. I won't say if this is a "GOOD" or
                                   "OKAY" price because basically all of these are
                                   good deals, except for the list price of the
                                   Volcano Force Poitn Map.
    ***Volcano Force Point Temple Map***
    List Price - 10 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 7 Scarabs
    ***ThornTail Hollow Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 4 Scarabs
    ***SnowHorn Wastes Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 4 Scarabs
    ***Moon Mountain Pass Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 4 Scarabs
    ***DarkIce Mines***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 5 Scarabs
    ***CloudRunner Fortress Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 4 Scarabs
    ***LightFoot Village Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 5 Scarabs
    ***Walled City Map***
    List Price - 5 Scarabs
    Bargain Price - 5 Scarabs
    Thanks to Jim Avery's Shop Guide
    ( for
    accurate Bargain Price information.
    |     GAME ROOM      |
         |_________________________The Game Room has two different entrances, and
                                   then it's a long tunnel to the actual room.
                                   Here, I'll simply explain the rules and a very
                                   small strategy for this risky betting game.
    Talk to the ShopKeeper in here and he'll then tell you to select the amount of
    Scarabs you wish to gamble. You can gamble up to ten Scarabs at once but note
    that the more you throw in, the riskier the game becomes. You see, after you
    choose your bet, the ShopKeeper will throw the amount of green Scarabs you
    selected into the pit. He'll also throw an identical amount of purple Scarabs in
    the pit. You have a limited time to collect all the green Scarabs. If you succeed
    in getting all of the Green Scarabs, you'll get twice as many Scarabs as you
    gambled. However, if you touch a single purple Scarab, then you'll loose
    everything but what you had already gotten so far (so if you get nine green
    Scarabs and you bet ten, and then you hit a purple one, you'll lose one Scarab
    instead of ten).
    I always go below seven Scarabs, since betting more than that is very risky. You
    need to be careful in the pit. If you're going for a green Scarab, and you think
    that a purple one will hit you, get away! If there's even a chance of losing,
    it's not worth taking. The time limit is good enough anyway, so don't worry.
    When you're done with the game room, turn around and head into the tunnel. You
    have a choice of going left or right. Ignore them and go straight through the
    wall. Follow a hallway to the end, where you'll find a VERY big rock. Lift it up
    with your Staff (you have to be efficient at pressing the A button for this rock)
    and out will pop three red Scarabs, or thirty Scarabs total! They replenish
    whenver you leave ThornTail Hollow. So, along with the Scarabs outside, you can
    get an easy eighty Scarabs each visit in ThornTail Hollow!
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    |                     |%%%%%     Cheat Tokens     %%%%%|        TOKENCH      |
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    Cheat Tokens are, unfortunately, the only sidequest that you're going to see in
    Star Fox Adventures. And it's not even a very long one. To do this, you'll need
    the following: at least 160 Scarabs, about nintey minutes of time on your hands,
    and some patience. Oh, and a good sense of direction. There are eight wells
    scattered throughout Dinosaur Planet (not DarkIce Mines, CloudRunner Fortress,
    Walled City, or Dragon Rock). There is a Cheat Token Maze that the WarpStone can
    take you to. Inside, you have to try and find the well in the middle of the maze.
    There, you can throw your Cheat Tokens in for rewards. Here's the location of
    each Cheat Token as well as the reward the Cheat Token gives you:
    CHEAT TOKEN 1 - ThornTail Hollow
                |___The first Cheat Token is extremely easy to find. Simply head
                    into the ThornTail Store and you'll find the well right in the
                    center of everything. If you throw this token into the maze,
                    you'll get the ability to see the credits.
    CHEAT TOKEN 2 - Ice Mountain
                |___The second Cheat Token is also fairly simple to get. In the
                    very first area of Ice Mountain (the area that you're warped
                    to when you use the WarpStone) head to the very back wall.
                    Plant a Bomb Spore here and blow it up to take down the wall.
                    Behind the wall is the second well. This Cheat Token (when
                    thrown into the maze) will give you the ability to use the
                    Sound Test.
    CHEAT TOKEN 3 - SnowHorn Wastes
                |___In the area where you free Garunda Te, swim downstream in the
                    river. At the end, go on shore and you'll find the well just
                    sitting there. This Cheat Token will give you a message about
                    who really is the mastermind behind General Scales' plot.
    CHEAT TOKEN 4 - Moon Mountain Pass
                |___In the area where you plant the MoonSeeds to reach the Krazoa
                    Shrine, you should find another MoonSeed dirt patch on your
                    left. Planting a seed there will allow you to reach another
                    well. This Cheat Token gives you the best reward (I think) which
                    is the ability to switch the language to Dinosaur Language. I
                    think it's worth replaying the game just to see the cinemas in
                    this language.
    CHEAT TOKEN 5 - Cape Claw
                |___Right before you visit the Ocean Force Point Temple a second time
                    to deposit the final SpellStone, you'll need to use the cannon to
                    blow open the doors. You can also use the cannon to reveal a
                    Cheat Token Well. Blast the wall near the entrance area (on the
                    lower deck) to reveal a hole which leads to the well. This is a
                    fun one: you get to play the game in black and white!
    CHEAT TOKEN 6 - LightFoot Village
                |___Once you complete both LightFoot Tests, talk to the mother of the
                    three missing babies. She'll tell you to retreive her kids. Do so
                    (it's fairly simple) and she'll allow you to reach the sixth
                    well. This Cheat Token gives you a second message which says that
                    somebody still cares about you (it isn't James McCloud for sure,
                    so I'm totally stumped on this one).
    CHEAT TOKEN 7 - Volcano Force Point Temple
                |___You can get this Cheat Token on your way to delivering the third
                    SpellStone. After using the SpellStone to open the large doors,
                    go into the next room and drop off the left side. Plant a
                    MoonSeed in the dirt patch and climb it up to reach the well.
                    This will give you a message from Jamse McCloud (Fox's father for
                    those who don't know... you had to rescue him in Star Fox 64).
    CHEAT TOKEN 8 - Ocean Force Point Temple
                |___On your way to delivering the final SpellStone, you can get the
                    final Cheat Token. After passing the electric panels, look to
                    your right. Head to the Portal Door and use your Portal Device to
                    open it. Behind the door is the final Cheat Token Well. This
                    gives you a message about how an old friend will disappear in the
                    near future. I think this means that Rare is going to leave
                    Nintendo right after Star Fox Adventures is completed.
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    |                                SharpClaws                                     |
    All of the SharpClaws are under the command of General Scales. They actually
    don't like the General, but they have no choice (he'd obviously destroy them
    otherwise). SharpClaws come in many different shapes and sizes. They also get
    more and more health and their armor gets beefed up. For example, the start of
    the game has SharpClaws with nothing but a club that they can strike and block
    you with. However, you'll move on to SharpClaws with shields, and then unusally
    large SharpClaws that have big shields and swords. For the most part, all of them
    are easy to defeat. The first few SharpClaws have horrible reflexes. If you
    strikke at a bad time, then they'll be able to block your attacks by using their
    If you are quick, you can get in past their club. The following part of this
    guide applies to ALL SharpClaw enemies. Once you've gotten bast their
    weapon/shield, then they are defensless. They won't have time to get their shield
    back and ready since you'll be whacking them so much. Even after they fall onto
    the ground, continue to whack them so they don't recover from the blows. For the
    larger and tougher SharpClaws, getting past their shields is quite diffiuclt. You
    have to strike at JUST the right time, or they'll always get you. Slightly after
    they lower their shield to strike you is the time to swing your staff at them. If
    it doesn't work, they'll bring their shield back around. You can see most
    SharpClaws in groups.
    Rare had the extremely stupid idea of having SharpClaws not ganging up on you.
    What do I mean? Well, if you get into a group of two or more SharpClaws, you'll
    automatically focus on one. The others will just stand around and wait for you to
    finish attacking. This works to your advantage (obviously) so never try to fight
    more than one at once. While you're fighting one, another might get in the way
    and you'll whack it automatically. Don't worry about it though. Just focuse one
    the one your'e attacking.
    |                                   Wraith                                      |
    The Wraith is the most common enemy in the Krazoa Shrines and in the Krazoa
    Palace. These guys are the very first enemies you'll see in the game, when you're
    playing as Kyrstal. Since they're the first enemy that appears in the game, they
    can't be tough. And they're not. They barely hurt you and they are extremely
    slow. That's not to mention that they only take one shot to kill. The only thing
    the Wraiths can do is whack you with their tentacles, causing one health unit to
    vanish. Ooooh, they took away a single unit! They are probably annoying more than
    any other time at the beginning of the game. This is because you don't have a
    weapon and you have to carry the Fuel Barrels all over the place. And if a Wraith
    hits a Fuel Barrel, the barrel will explode.
    It'll kill the Wraith, but also damage you. At the start, I suggest just throwing
    a Fuel Barrel at a Wraith if they get too annoying. As Fox, whack it with your
    Staff or take it out with your Fire Blaster if you don't want to risk getting
    damaged (say you only have a unit of health left or something, but that's rare).
    |                                 Bloops                                        |
    A Bloop is a flying enemy that will schreech and dive-bomb Fox. It's certainly a
    strange name for an enemy (I have NO clue where Rare got that name). Anyway,
    these bird-like creatures will stalk you until you leave the area or until one of
    you is dead. They can be extremely annoying since if you don't take them out,
    they'll just keep hurting you. You can try to outrun them, but they'll capture
    you eventually and from there, you'll have to put up with their stabs and pecks.
    Since they fly around in the air, it should be obvious that the best way to put
    up with these guys would be to use your Fire Blaster from afar. From up close,
    let them come to you and then whack them with your staff. I suggest using the
    Fire Blaster so you don't get hurt.
    Even if you don't know that they're there, their schreech will warn you to get
    ready to use your Staff (since by then it'll be too late to use your Fire
    |                           Red Fungus Mushrooms                                |
    The Red Fungus Mushrooms are the giant red Funguses that populate the area of
    ThornTail Hollow (mainly). A few can be found in other areas, but in the Hollow
    (especially under the well) there's the biggest problems. The Red Funguses can
    sense when you're near them. When they do, they'll twist and turn and release a
    type of poisonous gas. Even if you're running past them, this is very difficult
    to avoid. If you roll, you greatly increase the chances of avoiding the gas but
    you still have to be far fromo the Fungus and you have to roll at just the right
    time (so you don't get up while still in the mist of the poisonous gas). These
    are often found in groups so it can be hard to roll past one without getting
    damaged by another.
    The Red Fungus Mushrooms can never be completely destroyed. If you whack them
    with your Staff (bad idea, since you'll just end up getting damaged) or if you
    shoot them with your Fire Blaster, then you can stun them temporarily. If you're
    at low damage, that's what you should do before running through a field of
    |                                   Bat                                         |
    Bats are mostly found in caves (duh) and they are similar to the Bloops, though
    not near as annoying. The bats will usually do one pathetic attempt to chase
    after you if you're running, but then they'll give up. If you stay in their
    section of a cave for a while, they'll dive at you and damage you when they fly
    into you. A single whack with your staff will destroy them but you can also take
    them out with the Fire Blaster, which is the more sensible idea. There's a second
    type of bat as well. This bat is tougher to defeat, but it is still extremely
    stupid. The Fire Bat is lit up in flames and it'll charge at you. You can't
    destroy it with simply your Staff or your Fire Blaster. The only way to defeat
    them is by using the Freeze Blast.
    They usually fly right into it, destroying them instantly. That's all there is to
    it to bats. If they give you trouble, then sorry but it's sorta sad :)
    |                              Fungus Turtle                                    |
    The Fungus Turtle sounds like the Red Fungus Mushroom but it's... well, not.
    These guys swim around in water. They are found most commonly in the Ocean Force
    Point Temple (gee, I wonder why...) where you can see a lot in certain points in
    the water. They will swim around inside their shell, but then their shell will
    pop up. This reveals a weak interior. The Fungus Turtles are fast and if you try
    to get away from them in the water, they'll catch you. They are VERY frustrating
    since you can't destroy them easily. You can't hurt them in the water since you
    can't use any weapons. The only way to hurt them is from land by using your handy
    Fire Blaster. Wait until they open up and reveal their soft, weak point. Fire a
    single shot in to kill a Fungus Turtle.
    This is usually more trouble than it's worth, since once you get to a certain
    point in the water, the Fungus Turtles will stop following you.
    |                             RedEye Dionsaurs                                  |
    The RedEyes have absolutely nothing to do with General Scales (they just happen
    to have one of the SpellStones that General Scales gave them... I'm half
    convinced that they hate him anyway) and they really don't have anything to do
    with the EarthWalkers either. They're their own, vicious tribe that simply wants
    to protect their turf. There's only four of them in the entire game, five if you
    count the RedEye King. They make their home at Walled City. At first, you won't
    be able to harm them at all. Nothing, not even a Fuel Barrel or a Ground Quake,
    will take care of them. You have to first locate the Super Quake that's in Walled
    City (you should get it about halfway through your Walled City adventure). This
    is an upgraded version of the Ground Quake.
    Rush over to a RedEye and use the Super Quake. This is so powerful, it'll flip
    the RedEye over. The RedEye will stay on the ground, flipped over, only for a
    short period of time. Rush to one of the two points that have the Fuel Barrels
    and pick one up. Throw it at a flipped RedEye and if it hits, then the RedEyes
    will die. RedEyes attack in a simple manner: they see you, they charge. It's
    difficult, but possible, to outrun them. If you roll constantly, you'll get to a
    point where a RedEye gives up trying to chase you.
    |                                 FireCrawler                                   |
    The FireCrawlers are another tribe that make their home on Dragon Rock. They
    simply want to protect their own turf just like the RedEyes. However, they are
    easier than the RedEyes to defeat, though they can cause more damage. When you
    approach a FireCrawler, it'll try to whack you. It doesn't chase you, since
    they're way too slow to compete with Fox's running speed. They'll then curl up
    into their shell, which lights on fire. If you touch it, you'll get lit on fire
    also. You want to use your Freeze Blast when their head is sticking out. When you
    freeze their head, you'll freeze the whole body. Now whack the FireCrawler once
    with your staff. This will eliminate it for good. FireCrawlers aren't that
    popular around Dragon Rock.
    There's probably less than ten of them, and you only need to actually eliminate
    two of them to open up something. The rest can be left alone if you wish.
    |                             Ground Burrowers                                  |
    There are two types of Ground Burrowers. One of them can move around the area and
    the other one stays still. They basically both do the same thing, which is burrow
    in the ground when you get close and when you're far away, they'll shoot at you.
    They are mostly found on the beaches in Cape Claw. They can be extremely annoying
    as well. If you're trying to run somewhere but a Ground Burrower pops up, you'll
    auotmatically lock on. Then when you de-lock and try to run away, it'll pop up in
    front of you again so you'll lock on once more. The best thing you can do is to
    kill them. Simply run up to them and whack them with your Staff a lot to
    eventually defeat a Ground Burrower. Sometimes, they'll burrow into the ground
    before you can whack them enough to defeat them.
    This can be extremely annoying, but it can't be avoided. If you start whacking
    too late, then you won't be able to kill them before they retreat. You have to
    start using your Staff just as you get in range of these guys and you should kill
    them as they are burrowing down.
    |                                Kalda Chom                                     |
    The Kalda Chom is an enemy on Moon Mountain Pass that can be a very irritating
    creature unless you know how to defeat them. These guys won't actually start to
    appear until you drop off your first SpellStone at the Volcano Force Point
    Temple. Then you'll need to defeat as many as possible because they drop a very
    important item (the MoonSeed, which I explain in the Items chapter). Anyway, they
    spit out little green ball-like things at you which can damage Fox if you're not
    careful. They don't home in or anything so just sidestep to the left or right to
    dodge them. The Kalda Choms have some of the best armor out of any enemy in the
    game. Just like the RedEye, you can't actually defeat them with your attacks
    until you get a new attack.
    After you pick up the Ground Quake, you'll be ready to fight these guys. When
    they pop out of their holes, use the Ground Quake. If it hits them, they'll be in
    so much pain, they'll stop their attack and spin around wildly. There's a purple
    circle on the back of their bodies. Whack this once and they'll turn around,
    ready to fight once more. Do another Ground Quake to stun them and whack the
    purple circle a second time. This will cause them to die and leave a MoonSeed
    (which you get automatically) behind.
    |                                Spybot                                         |
    Spybots are robots that are found only in CloudRunner Fortress. Since Scales has
    taken control of the entire place, you'll find these guys EVERYWHERE. They have a
    light in front of them and if you walk in that light, then you'll be in their
    line of sight. HAHAHA that rhymed. Sorry... Anyway, the moment you step into the
    light, their sensor will go off and you'll be zapped with a jolt of electricity.
    This can't be avoided, so you just have to make sure that you don't actually head
    into their light. They can't be destroyed, but you can temporarily stun them by
    using the Fire Blaster. In one courtyard-like area (where you have to activate
    three switches to get orbs) they can be very irritating. Something better than
    stunning the 'bots is to use your Disguise.
    As a SharpClaw, you won't be zapped even if you stand in front of the SpyBot
    and... uh... nevermind. Anyway, you won't be zapped. Only problem about the
    disguise is that you can't do anything but move around, so you'll still have to
    switch back to Fox occasionally.
    |                               Cannonbots                                      |
    Cannonbots are only found on Dragon Rock, and there are only four in the game.
    Once you destroy them, then they'll disappear for good. And that's a good thing,
    since they are one of the most annoying enemies in the game. When they see you,
    they'll fire a bunch of laser balls with very, very, VERY good aim. They know
    where you're going to run so they'll fire in that area instead of where you are
    standing at the moment when they fire. It's best to avoid them all together until
    you figure out how to destroy them. If you look, you'll notice that all
    Cannonbots are surrounded by a blue sphere. This is actually a shield that can
    resist pretty much everything, so all of your attacks against the Cannonbots will
    be useless.
    After you free the EarthWalker from its cage, it'll offer to help you defeat the
    Cannonbots. There are four Shield Generators around Dragon Rock. They all look
    like green blocks and they're destroyed by smashing into them using the
    EarthWalker. For locations of the Shield Generators, check the Dragon Rock part
    of the guide. Anyway, each Shield Generator correspons to the Cannonbot closest
    to it. Once all four shields are out, get out your Fire Blaster. FROM A DISTANCE
    you'll want to shoot at the Cannonbots. Only three or four hits will blow them up
    once they no longer have their shields.
    |                               Spike Plant                                     |
    These things remind of the Audrey II. And yes, nintey percent of you don't know
    what I'm talking about becuase ninety percent of you suck :) Anyway, the Spike
    Plants are found in mazes. Pretty much any type of maze. The Cheat Token Maze,
    the Walled City mazes, the LightFoot Village maze, etc. When you get near them,
    they'll lash out their "tounge" and stab you with their spikes. This can be
    damaging and annoying. They are never found on the sides of walls. No, they're
    found in corners. For example:
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               |  |
               |  |
               |  |
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    The Spike Plant will be on the northern wall. The only way to defeat these guys
    is to use your Freeze Blast on their tongue. This freezes the whole plant. Then
    you'll want to slash it with your Staff. It's more trouble than it's worth
    though, since you can just run past and you'll only lose a unit or so of health.
    You can live with that, can't you?
    |                               TreeEyes                                        |
    The TreeEyes are found in the SnowHorn Wastes. In some of the trees, there are
    holes. Inside, you can see two green, evil eyes. These things will shoot green
    balls at you and if they hit, you'll be damaged. It's very simple to kill these
    guys. You simply have to use your Fire Blaster and shoot one shot at the eyes.
    This will wipe them out for good and make the tree fall down. Sometimes this is
    required to crate a bridge or a path up to something. That's all there is to
    these guys. They don't move at all, they fire about a shot every ten minutes, and
    they have very weak defenses.
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    saying, "You spelled these two words wrong." or something like, "You
    used inappropriate grammar in this chapter." Please people! I can find
    those on my own!
    And that wraps up the contact. Once again my e-mail is:
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    CJayC: His awesome game site, and for posting this guide on it.
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    You can check out all of my other work at:
    This FAQ is copyright 2004-2005 Colin Scully.
    Rich (Gbness) for the ASCII art you see at the top.
    CyricZ's guide, where I got the names of some of the enemies.
    Jim Avery's shop guide, where I got the info for bargianing for some items.

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