====================================================================== Megaman X Command Mission Treasure Token FAQ by Halibut v. 0.1 ====================================================================== [Insert crappy ASCII art here. >P] ====================================================================== [TOC] Table of Contents ====================================================================== [TOC] Table of Contents [COP] Copyright Information [INT] Introduction [HIS] Revision History [FUT] Future Updates [FAQ] Frequently Asked Questions [LOC] Treasure Token Locations [CRE] Credits Press Ctrl+F and do a search on the [***] to zip to a particular section. ====================================================================== [COP] Copyright Information ====================================================================== Copyright 2004 Halibut (HalibutATGameFAQs@hotmail.com) This document may only be reproduced for personal, private use in its original, whole and unaltered form. It may not be placed or distributed on any public or commercial forum, such as a web site or magazine without the expressed written permission of the author. At this time, only the website GameFAQs (www.gamefaqs.com) is permitted to host this document publicly. Any other use of this document is strictly prohibited by copyright law. All trademarks and copyrights in this document are the property of their individual owners. ====================================================================== [INT] Introduction ====================================================================== I’ve been playing through this game, and loving it, and _Tim_’s FAQ was a mountain of information; however, it was missing something. Aside from a missing chapter 8, it also didn’t have info on the Treasure Tokens, since the FAQ was made for the PS2 version, and not the GCn version. Since no one else wrote a FAQ for it, I decided to write one. Enjoy. HalibutATGameFAQs@hotmail.com ====================================================================== [HIS] Revision History ====================================================================== ver 0.1: Started this FAQ and laid out the topics. Entered the list of Treasure Tokens ====================================================================== [FUT] Future Updates ====================================================================== * May include some more info on the token sets. ====================================================================== [FAQ] Frequently Asked Questions ====================================================================== Q1. When can I use the Treasure Radar? The Treasure Radar becomes available after chapter 3. Q2. Where do I trade in my tokens? The vending machine is located at Air City 3rd street in the Central Tower. As you play through the game, more figure sets will appear. There are six in total, but the last two sets will not appear until you finish the game. Q3. How do I use the radar? Connect your GBA to the GameCube in either controller port 2, 3 or 4; remove any game cartridges, and turn on the unit. On the GameCube, bring up the camp menu and scroll down to “Treasure Radar”, it’s the last option; if it doesn’t appear, then you haven’t gotten it from Nana at the end of chapter 3. Select “Treasure Radar” and the game will load the radar onto the GBA. To use the radar, press the L and R buttons to zoom in and out, and A and B to change the brightness; if you are in an area with a treasure token, it will appear as a white dot on the GBA. When you head for that location, you’ll see the treasure token appear on screen as a glowing light; step up to it and a green cursor will appear; press A on the Cube to pick it up. Note: Even if you go to the locations listed below, the tokens will not appear unless you connect the GBA and turn on the radar. Q4. Is there an easier way to know which tokens I’m missing? Yes there is. If you go to the Sky Room and go to the right console, you can bring up information about the game, including completion statistics. When you start collecting treasure tokens, token collection data will appear next to item collection data and will show you the number of tokens in an area, and the number you collected. ====================================================================== [LOC] Treasure Token Locations ====================================================================== Here are the locations of all 72 treasure tokens, organized by level. Listed are the areas the tokens appear in and more specifics on where to find it, unless the area is a simple room and it’s out in the open. Lagrano Ruins 1) 5F: Test Hall 2 – Near teleporter 2) East Block Stairs, 4F to 5F 3) 3F: High Performance Reploid Development 4) Area 2F-East – Middle room 5) Area 1F-East – End of corridor Central Tower 6) Base Gateway – Medical station 7) Base Gateway – Air bus terminal 8) Data Backup Room, Hall A – Dead end 9) Data Backup Room, Hall A – East room, near north door 10) Equipment Maintenance B – Behind shelves in main room 11) Tower Base Access Tunnel – Long corridor near explosion site 12) Air City Gate – Northwest area, near door heading down 13) Shaft 999F – Northwest area Tianna Camp 14) Security Reploid Patrol Area – 2nd room, right niche 15) West Prison – 1st prison cell on left 16) Maze Area 1 – Left fork past locked door 17) Maze Area 1 – Eastern room 18) Maze Area 2 – Eastern room 19) Security Panel Area – Northwest room 20) Aqua Coliseum Gaudile Laboratory 21) Teleport Arrivals Area – Near sealed door 22) Teleport Arrivals Area – Behind elevator 23) East Deck High Speed Lift Area – Eastern room 24) Observation Deck Area – Southern room 25) Observation Deck Area – Next to elevator 26) Laboratory Approach – Southwest room 27) Laboratory Approach – Near lab entrance 28) Counter-Biohazard Sample Storage – Cinnamon’s room 29) West Deck Main Route – 1st room 30) West Deck Main Route – 2nd room 31) West Deck Main Route – 3rd room 32) Great Tree Stump Hall Ulfat Factory 33) Smelting Furnace 1 – Slag pool near south door 34) Smelting Furnace 2 – Behind boxed door 35) Smelting Furnace 3 – Slag pool near north wall 36) Parts Intake Line – Last platform before exit 37) Parts Delivery Line – Northeast platform 38) Parts Delivery Line – Northern platform 39) Parts Delivery Line – Central platform 40) Freight Lift 1 – Upper floor Gimialla Mine 41) Level 1 Shaft Entrance – Large room 42) Level 2 Main Tunnel – Southern room 43) L2 Southeast Division – Room behind boulders 44) L2 Southwest Division – Behind boulders 45) L3 Northwest Division – Near red Degraver 46) L3 Northwest Division – Room behind yellow Degraver 47) L3 Southwest Division – Southeast room Vanallia Desert 48) Quicksand South Side – Dead end with red switch north of the entrance 49) Quicksand South Side – Dead end with blue switch 50) Quicksand South Side – Central dead end with red switch 51) Quicksand South Side – Northern most dead end with red switch 52) Quicksand North Side – Dead end with yellow switch 53) Quicksand North Side – Eastern room (triple-red lock room) 54) Quicksand North Side – Elevator room 55) Quicksand Central Passageway – East corridor, south end 56) Quicksand Central Passageway – West corridor, north end 57) Signal Jammer Laser Energy Generator – North corridor, east end 58) Signal Jammer Laser Energy Generator – Southeast room Melda Ore Plant 59) Area E-B02 – Southwest room 60) Area E-B03 – Central room 61) Area W-B04 – Northeast room 62) Area W-B03 – Northern corridor 63) Area W-B02 – Southeast room 64) Area W-B01 – Eastern room on other side of missile silo Grave Ruins Base 65) Level D Security Zone – Western room 66) Level E Security Zone – 2nd small room near center of map 67) Level C Security Zone – Circular corridor, east corridor 68) Level B Security Zone – Room behind western door 69) Level B Security Zone – Room behind eastern door 70) Level B Security Zone – Teleporter Room 71) Revolver Shaft Area – Near exit to southern teleporter room 72) Level S Top Security Zone – Western Corridor ====================================================================== [CRE] Credits ====================================================================== Capcom, creators of Megaman X Command Mission. Nintendo, makers of the GameCube and Gameboy Advance (SP). GameFAQs and all who run it, for their great work in creating an awesome video game help site.