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    'Legend of Mana' NA Version Produce Guide
    Authors:  Dani and Chris
    E-Mail:   dani@misternaughty.com
    Updated:  6/11/00
    This document is copyright 2000
      This information was taken from the Produce Encyclopedia that you get from
    the church in Dominia. I've also pulled some info from the actual booklet that
    comes with LoM. The list will look terrible unless you view it with a fixed
    width font, such as courier or lucida console. I found that when trying to
    decide what to feed my pets it was a pain to always have to go back and forth
    between the Feed screen and the Produce List. After a few hours of this I got
    frustrated, and voila, this document was born. This is in no way a FAQ for the
    whole game, just a little extra to help us play until the heavy hitters come
    out with theirs.
      Please do not reproduce this document in any media without permission from
    myself. You may email me with any errors in this document, any updates,or any
    questions you have about the NA version of the game. Be forewarned however, as
    of 6/10 I have only completed about 20 stories, and I am no where near an
    expert on the game. I was surprised at the total lack of FAQs for the Japanese
    version, hopefully this will not be the case with the NA version. Also, this is
    my first guide that I have released to the general public. Please be nice! >:)
    PWR = POWER   Affects blunt attacks such as hard punches
    SKL = SKILLS  Affects more dexterous attacks such as slashing.
    DEF = DEFENSE Affects resistance to physical attacks
    MGC = MAGIC   Affects resistance to magical attacks
    HP  = HP      Represents basic physical power, affects poison resistance
    SPR = SPIRIT  Affects resistance to status magic (darkness, poison, etc)
    CHM = CHARM   Affects the success rate of pet's magical/special attacks
    LCK = LUCK    Affects the appearance of chests in a dungeon (debatable)
    I have not been able to determine the effects of personality just yet. It looks
    like Aggressive makes your pet more apt to seek out combat rather than hold
    back. Also I've found that scheming tends to keep your pet from entering
    battles. Unfortunantly that's all I've been able to get so far. I will add more
    as I find out for sure.
    CLM = CALM
    LAZ = LAZY
    Now for the produce itself. I've found some produce more rare than others, your
    experience may differ. Also, some produce takes longer than others to ripen,
    the ones with no negatives take the longest. I have spent more than an hour or
    two messing about with what seeds produce which produce. There does not seem to
    be a pattern. If you DO come across a planting pattern I'd be happy to add it
    in here with all the credit AND my admiration and gratitude :) I am including
    what I consider the rare ones and the common ones. Did you know that if you
    still have a few fruits that are ripening, you can start another planting?
    Trent (the big tree) will tell you if your seeds will produce all they can, or
    not. I always try to have 2 plantings going.
    Effects: += Increase  -= Decrease
    (R) = Rare, I see one of these every 3+ plantings
    (C) = Common, I see one of these every planting or so, possibly in multiples
    (U) = I haven't seen one yet
    Fruit Name    Rarity/Group Plus/Minus
    ----------    -----------  ---------
    Applesocks    (U)  Red     +SKL +CHM +CLM +IND
    Apricat       (R)  Red     +DEF +CLM
    Bellgrapes    (C)  Purple  +MGC +SPR +SCH -FRD
    Boarmelon     (C)  Green   +PWR +SKL +SPR +LON -CHM
    Bumpkink      (C)  Orange  +PWR +SPR +AGR +ARR +SCH +LAZ
    Cabbadillo    (C)  Green   +DEF +SPR +FRD +LON -CHM
    Cherry Bombs  (C)  Purple  +HP  +FRD
    Citrisquid    (C)  Yellow  +MGC +SCH
    Conchurnip    (U)  White   +PWR +DEF +AGR +ARR -MGC
    Cornflower    (R)  Yellow  +MGC +CHM +AGR -CLM
    Dialaurel     (U)  Green   +PWR +LCK +AGR -CLM
    Diceberry     (R)  Red     +PWR +AGR
    Fishy Fruit   (R)  Yellow  +SKL +MGC +CHM -HP  -SCH
    Garlicrown    (U)  white   +CHM -ARR
    Gold Clover   (R)  Blue    +SKL +LCK +FRD -SCH
    Heart Mint    (R)  Blue    +CHM -LAZ
    Honey Onion   (C)  Orange  +SKL +HP  +SPR +IND -PWR
    Lilipods      (C)  Purple  +SKL +HP  +CLM +IND +FRD +LON -MGC
    Loquat-Shoes  (R)  Orange  +SKL +CHM +SCH +LAZ -HP
    Mangolephant  (U)  White   +PWR +HP  +AGR +ARR
    Masked Potato (U)  White   +DEF +HP  +SPR -LCK -FRD
    Mush-In-A-Box (R)  Black   +LCK
    Needlettuce   (C)  Green   +DEF +CHM +CLM -AGR
    Orange'Opus   (U)  Orange  +DEF +HP  +SCH +LAZ
    Orcaplant     (C)  Purple  +DEF +MCG +SCH -FRD
    Peach Puppy   (R)  Red     +PWR +SKL +FRD -SCH
    Pear O' Heels (C)  White   +PWR +DEF +CHM +ARR -SPR
    Pine O' Clock (U)  Blue    +PWR +SKL +DEF +MGC +HP  +SPR +CHM +LCK -AGR -CLM
                               -SCH -FRD
    Rhinoloupe    (R)  Blue    +PWR +HP  +SPR -MGC -CLM
    Rocket Papaya (U)  Orange  +MGC +CHM +CLM -AGR
    Spade Basil   (U)  Blue    +SPR -LON
    Spiny Carrot  (C)  Orange  +MGC +SPR +CLM +IND -SKL
    Springanana   (R)  Yellow  +HP  -IND
    Squalphin     (C)  Green   +MGC +LCK +FRD +LON -PWR
    Sweet Moai    (R)  Purple  +DEF +MCG +LCK +LAZ -SKL
    Toadstoolshed (U)  Black   +PWR +SKL +DEF +MGC +HP  +SPR +CHM +LCK
    Whalamato     (C)  Red     +MCG +HP  +CHM -DEF -AGR

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