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    +V. Final                        +
    +FAQ Began: 4/17/09              +
    +Game Released: 3/24/09 (AMERICA)+
    COPYRIGHT 2009-2013 InfernoCrossing
    Spin-offs. One of the ugliest things in the world to many gamers around the
    world. Most hate them, some don't. Who would've known, though, that a spin-off
    would eventually turn into a series of it's own? From it's beginning as a
    Harvest Moon spin-off, the Rune Factory series already showed promise,
    although it still retained a good portion of it's Harvest Moon roots.
    Rune Factory: Frontier is the first game in the Rune Factory series to not be
    an official spin-off of Harvest Moon. With good reviews about this game being
    thrown around, I couldn't help but buy it. So, Wiimote and Nunchuk in hand,
    I experienced the fun that was Rune Factory: Frontier. The fact that you're
    here means you need help with it. Don't worry, I'm on the case!
    1. Version History ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[VH1Y]
    2. Controls ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [CTRL]
    3. The 12 Maidens
     3.1 Mist ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [MIST]
      3.1 Marriage to Mist
     3.2 Rosetta ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[ROSE]
      3.2.1 Rosetta Events 
      3.2.2 Marriage to Rosetta  
     3.3 Eunice ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [EUNI]
      3.3.1 Eunice Events
      3.3.2 Marriage to Eunice
     3.4 Melody ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [MELY]
      3.4.1 Melody Events
      3.4.2 Marriage to Melody 
     3.5 Anette ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [ANNE]
      3.5.1 Marriage to Anette
     3.6 Lara ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [LARA]
      3.6.1 Marriage to Lara
     3.7 Selphy ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [SEPH]
      3.7.1 Marriage to Selphy
     3.8. Cinnamon ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[CINN]
      3.8.1 Marriage to Cinnamon
     3.9 Uzuki ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[UZUK]
      3.9.1 Uzuki Events
      3.9.2 Marriage to Uzuki
     3.10 Bianca ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[BIAN]
      3.10.1 Biance Events
      3.10.2 Marriage to Biance
     3.11 Tabatha ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [TABA]
      3.11.1 Marriage to Tabatha
     3.12 Iris Blanche + Iris Noire ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [IRIS]
      3.12.1 Iris + Iris Events
      3.12.2 Marriage to Blanche or Noire
    4. Other Characters
     4.1 Stella ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [STEL]
      4.1.1 Stella Events
     4.2 Danny ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[DANN]
      4.2.1 Danny Events
     4.3 Erik ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [ERIK]
      4.3.1 Erik Events
     4.4 Turner ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [TURN]
     4.5 Rita ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [RITA]
     4.6 Ganesha ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[GASH]
     4.7 Marco ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[MARK]
      4.7.1 Marco Events
     4.8 Kross ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[KRSS]
      4.8.1 Kross Events
     4.9 Kanno ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[KANO]
     4.10 Candy ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [CAND]
     4.11 Nolan ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [NOLN]
     4.12 Brodik ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[BROK]
      4.12.1 Brodik Events
     4.13 Minerva ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [MINE]
     4.14 Lute ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[LUTE]
    5. The Story 
     5.1 Walkthrough Part 1: In the Beginning ->->->->->->->->->->-> [WLK1]
     5.2 Walkthrough Part 2: You're Getting Hotter ->->->->->->->->->[WLK2]
     5.3 Walkthrough Part 3: The Cool Ending ->->->->->->->->->->->->[WLK3]
    6. The Dungeons
     6.1 The Green Ruins ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[GEN1]
      6.1.1 Floor-by-Floor Walkthrough
     6.2 The Lava Ruins ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [GEN2]
      6.2.1 Floor-by-Floor Walkthrough
     6.3 The Snow Ruins ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [GEN4]
      6.3.1 Floor-by-Floor Walkthrough
     6.4 Whale Island ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [GEN5]
      6.4.1 Level-by-Level Walkthrough
    7. Bestiary ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [BEAS]
    8. Runey Control ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[RUNE]
    9. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [FAQS]
    10. Credits ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [CRED]
    11. Contact Information ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->-> [MAIL]
    12. Copyrights and Legal Stuff ->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->->[MKIP]
    +++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    +VERSION HISTORY+ <-> +[VH1Y]+
    +++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    V. 1.0: April 14-15, 2009
    I decided to put up a FAQ on this game, after seeing some missing portions
    on other FAQS. Mind you, though, that I won't completely cover everything,
    since another beautiful FAQ has covered them. gorypaldin2, you did a great
    In this update:
    -Green + Lava Ruins Walkthroughs are completed
    -Snow Ruins Walkthrough Completed up to B3F
    -Character Bios for all 12 Maidens are finished
    -Information on all Other Characters finished
    -Legal Stuff is finished
    -FAQ is started and ready to accept any questions
    V. 1.1: April 15-16, 2009
    Well, after submitting the guide, I decided to play some more Frontier. I made
    it through Snow Ruins B4F, and decided I'd try to at least finish all the
    floors in the Snow Ruins. That, I did. I also decided to try out the Boss. So,
    without further delay, here's the fruit of my finger labor.
    In this update:
    -Snow Ruins Walkthrough is completed
    -Added a bit more to the FAQ
    -Story Section has been started and finished
    Yes, the Story Walkthrough is pretty undetailed, but I have all the basics
    that people need down. I'm thinking about doing a detailed Walkthrough for the
    Story, but the one I have now is pretty much all that's needed. Also, the
    Walkthrough is now "Complete". All that's really missing is a section I've
    asked permission to place here by a fellow user, but I haven't received a
    reply yet. For now, expect to see minor updates.
    v. 1.2: April 25, 2009
    The Bestiary is finally within my pages. I hope you enjoy it's Bestiaryness.
    Also, I made a few grammatical corrections. 
    In this update:
    -MasterPingu1's Bestiary is put up
    -Noire/Blanche usage is corrected
    -Fixed 20 grammatical errors
    Before you ask, yes, I counted them all...
    V. 1.3: November 10-11, 2009
    So my friend finally gave me back my game. Dear fudge, man. He beat it twice
    over. Of course, he did need a little help... Anyways, since I have my game
    back, I'll start giving Whale Island Dungeon help. Unfortunately, I have a few
    more things to work on as well. Let's go go go!
    In this update:
    -Whale Island Dungeon Walkthrough is started
    -Search Function added
    Check back sometime later for un update. I'm planning on adding a "Cooking"
    section, as well as a better Runey Prosperity Guide. For now, it's good to
    be back!
    V. 1.4: August 28, 2010
    I know I know... It's been a while, but don't hurt me. For now, I'll just add
    a few minor updates I've been meaning to do. I played through the game again
    a while ago, so I found a few mistake I made.
    In this update:
    -Added the correct names to some of the foods
    -Updates Lara's Marriage part (Added one more step)
    -Completely revamped Minerva's description
    -Corrected the names for around two of the constellations
    -Added Constellation Events for Mist and Rosetta's constellation
    Alright. I'll see what I can do i nthe near future, but for now, these minor
    changes will have to do. Thanks for the ~100 people who still use this FAQ/
    Walkthrough everyday. Love ya~.
    V. 1.5: August 29-30, 2010
    Alright. Time for a new section that I've been thinking about adding for a
    very long time; Runeys! That question in the FAQ will not be taken down, as I
    really don't think full-blown Prosperity is something I should be bothered
    enough to do. 
    In this update:
    -Added a full Runeys section and added 2 methods
    -Updated the Whale Island walkthrough
    -Added 2 new questions in the FAQ
    -Changed Lara, Tabatha, and Uzuki's nickname
    -Completely revamped Tabatha and Uzuki's description
    -Upgraded the Search Function
    That cooking section idea still hasn't gone out the window. However, it'll
    most likely just be the necessaties. I might also add the schedules for the
    maidens. I might also add a "Checklist" of what to do every day for them,
    although it'll most likely be extremely vauge. For now, enjoy. And thank you
    ~150 people per day as well.
    V. Final: 2013
    I have no more plans to update this FAQ. While I still love Rune Factory
    Frontier, I have done all I could do for it with this document. If you find
    any typos or mistakes, report them to me if you want. I can correct them and
    upload a fix every now and then. Other than that, my time providing
    assistance to those in need with this FAQ... is at an end. Thank you to
    everyone that has helped me with my FAQ/Walkthrough. However, if you're a
    fan of this great series, I'm sure we'll meet again.
    InfernoCrossing, out.
    In this update:
    -Several Blanche/Noire switches
    -Whale Island walkthrough finished
    -1 question added in the FAQ
    -Minor layout revisions
    ++++++++++     ++++++++
    +CONTROLS+ <-> +[CTRL]+
    ++++++++++     ++++++++
    +Wiimote and Nunchuk+
    -Menu Screen-
    Directional Pad: Move Cursor
    Control Stick--: Move Cursor
    A or C Button--: Confirm
    B or Z Button--: Cancel, Close
    Plus Button----: Switch Menu Forward
    Minus Button---: Switch Menu Backward
    1 Button-------: View Additional Information
    2 Button-------: Sort
    -Game Screen-
    Directional Pad: Shortcut for Eating
    Control Stick--: Move Raguna
    A or C Button--: Activate Displayed Action
    B Button-------: Pick Up, Harvest, Put Item Away
    Plus Button----: Bring Up Menu
    Minus Button---: Bring Up Ring Menu
    1 Button-------: Look Up
    2 Button-------: Map
    Z Button-------: Hold to Move Side to Side
    Shake Wiimote--: Use Equipped Tool/Weapon
    Shake Nunchuk--: Knock on Closed Door
    +Classic Controller+
    -Menu Screen-
    Directional Pad: Move Cursor
    L Stick--------: Move Cursor
    A or R Button--: Confirm
    B or L Button--: Cancel, Close
    Plus Button----: Switch Menu Forward
    Minus Button---: Switch Menu Backward
    X Button-------: View Additional Information
    Y Button-------: Sort
    -Game Screen-
    Directional Pad: Shortcut for Eating
    L Stick--------: Move Character
    A or R Button--: Activate Displayed Action
    B Button-------: Pick Up, Harvest, Put Item Away
    Plus Button----: Bring Up Menu
    Minus Button---: Bring Up Ring Menu
    X Button-------: Look Up
    Y Button-------: Map
    L Button-------: Hold to Move Side to Side
    +THE 12 MAIDENS+
    Rune Factory started out as a spin-off of Harvest Moon. In both games, you're
    able to marry a set amount of maidens. Rune Factory: Frontier is no different.
    You have the ability to marry one of twelve females. Here are their bios:
    ++++++     ++++++++
    +MIST+ <-> +[MIST]+
    ++++++     ++++++++
    "The Leading Lady"
    Mist is the default girl in Frontier. She lives to the right of your house.
    She's one of spaciest characters in the game, and is highly-loved because or
    that. That being said, she's a very nice young lady and one of the best
    default characters I've seen by far.
    To Get Her: You meet her in the beginning
    Birthday: Fall 1
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Emery Flower
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Four-Leaf Clover
                         Baked Apple
                         Seafood Gratin
                         Steamed Bun
                         Sweet Potato
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Pickled Turnip
    Bath Event Time: 9 PM Every Day with Rosetta
                     7-8 PM  on Holidays with Anette
    Constellation: The Turnip 
                   Spring Evenings at 7 PM
    Constellation Event: After viewing the scene and watching something crash near
                         your fields, go inside your house and fear the army of
                         evil turnip overlords. Mist will briefly break into your
                         house and comment. Afterwards, the turnips are all yours.
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for Mist by tilling your fields.
    Prequisites: Have Mist at 10 LP
                 Beat the Main Storyline
    Step 1: Talk to Mist when she's in the Church District near the Rune Archives
    Step 2: Talk to Kanno
    Step 3: Go talk to Mist again
    Step 4: Give her two gift items (Any two will suffice)
    Step 5: Go to the floor before the dungeon boss and grab the shiny item on
            the ground
    Step 6: Plant the item (It grows in 18 Days without any negative effects)
    Step 7: Give the resulting item to Mist
    Step 8: Go to the Clock Tower to place her gift and letter
    Step 9: Wait 3 days
    Step 10: Give the reply to Mist 
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    +ROSETTA+ <-> +[ROSE]+
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Delivery Diva"
    Rosetta is Mist's best friend and she's also my personal favorite maiden.
    She's a bit of a tomboy, and she also admits that she was a tomboy when she
    was young, as well. She can be pretty harsh, but she's still very nice when
    it gets down to it.
    To Get Her: You can meet Rosetta from the first day is you stay near your
                fields at 5 PM
    Birthday: Fall 21
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Cherry Pie
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Strawberry
                         Baked Yam
                         Hot Milk
                         Hot Chocolate
                         Veggie Stir Fry
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Milk
    Bath Event Time: 9 PM Every Day with Mist
    Constellation: The Serpent
                   Spring Evenings at 9 PM
    Constellation Event: After seeing the constellation, go to Rosetta the next
                         day and talk to her until she talks about a mysterious
                         package she received. Volunteer to consume it and your
                         Intelligence will go up by 1.
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for Rosetta by sending out a large amount of items
          in the shipping box and getting her pick-up scene.
    -Rosetta vs. Danny-
    Prequisites: Have 2 FP and LP with Rosetta
                 Materia should be opened
    Step 1: Talk to Danny while he's inside his shop
    Step 2: Talk to Rosetta
    Step 3: Enter Rosetta's shop
    NOTE: Step 3 might take some time to activate.
    -Danny's House Renovation-
    Prequisites: Danny vs. Rosetta Event should've been activated
                 Have 8 FP with Danny
    Step 1: Talk to Rosetta
    Step 2: Give her all the materials she needs
    Step 3: Stall Danny
    Step 4: Obtain your Fried Egg reward
    Prequisites: Have 8 LP with Rosetta
                 Materia should be opened
    Step 1: Go near the shop to trigger a scene where Rosetta leaves the village
    Step 2: Talk to her every time she comes back
    Step 3: After 3-4 weeks, talk to Lara to learn a recipe for Energy Drink X
    Step 4: Create the Energy Drink
    Step 5: Give the item to Rosetta
    Step 6: Wait for about a week
    Step 7: Enter Rosetta's shop
    NOTE: Rosetta comes back on Holidays and Festivals
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +EUNICE+ <-> +[EUNI]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    "Lovely Lady Lump"
    Don't judge my titles, 'kay? Anyways, Eunice is the daughter of the inn
    owners, but she suffers from her father's genes. Regardless, she has a great
    personality and acts like a full-grown woman.
    To Get Her: Enter the Inn while doing Stella's Bamboo Shoot delivery
    Birthday: Fall 17
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Mont Blanc
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Flowers
                         Chocolate Cake
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Fishes
    Bath Event Time: Holidays at 3 PM
    Constellation: The Broom
                   Fall at around 11:30 PM
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for Eunice by cooking at least once every day.
    -Eunice Total Fitness-
    Prequisites: Have 4 LP with Eunice
    Step 1: Talk to Eunice
    Step 2: If you want her to get thinner, choose the "Slim Girl" option
    Step 3: Keep raising her LP while continuing to talk to her
    Step 4: Keep encouraging her
    Step 5: After two seasons and getting her to 8 LP, head to the inn
    NOTE: She won't accept any cakes while she's on a diet
    Prequisites: Have 10 LP with Eunice
    Step 1: Talk to Eunice to learn that she wants to ive her parents a present
    Step 2: Buy something at Rosetta's shop and participate in the lottery
    Step 3: Talk to Eunice, Turner, and Rita
    Step 4: Wait a week
    Step 5: Go to the inn
    Step 6: Talk to whoever gave her the winning ticket
    Step 7: Talk to Eunice
    Step 8: Exit the inn
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +MELODY+ <-> +[MELY]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Bathing Beauty"
    Melody is the owner of the local bath house...after she builds it of course.
    She's pretty much obsessed with good health and baths. Still, it doesn't get
    the best of her.
    To Get Her: Enter the Cave Depths on Whale Island and help her out
    Birthday: Spring 11
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Relax Tea
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Red/Yellow/Orange Grass
                         Charm Blue
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Mayonnaise
    Bath Event Time: Every Day from 0-2 AM
    Constellation: The Hat
                   Fall Evening at around 8 PM
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for Melody by taking a bath once a day in her bath
    -Bath House 2.0-
    Prequisites: Have Melody at 3 FP and 2 LP (at least)
                 Be able to make an ice cream
    Step 1: Talk to Melody and she should say something about the flow to the bath
            house getting weaker
    Step 2: Go to the area where you met her
    Step 3: Give the monster an ice cream
    Step 4: Return to the bath house
    Prequisites: Have 10 LP with Melody
                 Have at least 1 FP with Nolan
                 The Bath house must be upgraded
    Step 1: Enter the bath house when Melody and Nolan are there
    Step 2: Go to the locked door just before the Whale Island Fin
    Step 3: Just watch
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +ANETTE+ <-> +[ANNE]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Mail Maiden"
    Sweet and innocent Anette makes a comeback to the Rune Factory series. She'll
    deliver mail every morning, except holidays and festivals. Woolies aren't the
    only thing that like her...
    To Get Her: She appears automatically on Spring 3
    Birthday: Winter 4
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Pumpkin Tart
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Milk
                         Chocolate Pudding
                         Boiled Egg
                         Curry Udon
                         Fried Ginbuna
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Eggplant
    Bath Event Time: Holidays from 7-8 PM with Mist
    Constellation: Summer Midnights
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for her by getting your mail straight from her.
    NOTE 2: She doesn't live in Trampoli.
    Prequisites: Have 7 LP with Anette
    Step 1: Exit outside your house in the morning as normal
    Step 2: Continually talk to her and raise her LP to between 8 and 9
    Step 3: Go to Mist's house in the morning to trigger an event between Anette,
            Candy, and Marco
    Step 4: Enter Mist's house
    NOTE: After Anette faints, she'll live at Mist's place
    ++++++     ++++++++
    +LARA+ <-> +[LARA]+
    ++++++     ++++++++
    "The Naughty/Sexy Nurse/Sister"
    Remember, don't judge. Lara is a medic to came to Trampoli to learn to be a
    nun. You can marry her, which begs to ask what the religion is. She's the only
    available redhead in the game. Lovely and caring, she's a great addition to
    Raguna's house, if you want.
    To Get Her: She appears the day after you learn the Mist is sick
    Birthday: Winter 1
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Chocolate Cake
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Strawberry
                         French Toast
                         Hot Cake
                         Any Jam
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Veggie Juice
    Bath Event Time: Holidays at 6 PM
    Constellation: The Cross
                   Winter Evenings at around 8 PM
    NOTE: You can lose LP for Lara by dying or fainting
    Prequisites: Have 7 FP and 6 LP with Lara
    Step 1: Talk to Stella
    Step 2: Talk to Lara
    Step 3: Raise her FP and LP
    Step 4: Follow the clues in her dream
    Step 5: When Lara gets sleep difficulty, talk to Melody to learn the recipe
            for Sleep Grass
    Step 6: Synthesize the items and give it to Lara
    Step 7: Watch the scene in your dreams
    Step 8: Talk to Lara the next day
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +SELPHY+ <-> +[SEPH]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Lovely Librarian"
    It's Mist 2.0. Selphy's books are the equivalent of Mist's turnips, except you
    can't read a turnip, and you can't cook a book. She may be similar to Mist,
    but she still has her own unique personality. Also, she's not your typical shy
    librarian. Yay!
    To Get Her: Selphy arrives in the morning that day after Lara arrives
    Birthday: Fall 3
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Sandwich
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Rice Ball
                         Baked Rice Ball
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Jewels
    Bath Event Time: Fridays at 4 PM
                     Every Day at 11 PM
    Constellation: Corona Borealis
                   Spring Midnight
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for Selphy by reading new books in the Rune Archive
    Prequisites: Have 10 FP and 8 LP with Selphy
                 Be at level 30+
    Step 1: Enter the Rune Archives
    Step 2: Follow Selphy
    Step 3: Win in the battle
    ++++++++++     ++++++++
    +CINNAMON+ <-> +[CINN]+
    ++++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Quiet Riot"
    Instead of it being a librarian, this game's silent type goes to a mage.
    Don't worry, though, she'll gradually open up to you the more you talk to her.
    She's Kanno's granddaughter, so expect some lip from him if you hurt her 
    To Get Her: Cinnamon arrives after you've talked to Kanno about his 
                granddaughters in the Clock Tower
    Birthday: Spring 26
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Magic Crystal
    Great Gifts (+3 LP):  Fish
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Cucumber
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 6 PM
    Constellation: The Pisces
                   Winter Mornings at 2 AM
    NOTE: You can get bonus LP for Cinnamon by looking at a constellation and
          reporting it back to her
    NOTE2: It's commonly believed that giving Magic Crystals to Cinnamon as a gift
           is a waste, since they're EXTREMELY hard to come across
    NOTE3: You don't wake up to see the constellation for Cinnamon, you have to
           stay awake. Unfortunately, that means losing some HP and RP, as well as
           waking up late and getting the chance of catching a cold
    Prequisites: Lara and Melody must be studying magic with Cinnamon
                 You must have 10 FP and LP with Cinnamon
    Step 1: Talk to Cinnamon on a sunny day while she's still in the Clock Tower
    Step 2: Go to the Clock Tower Terrace at 7 PM
    NOTE: To get to the Terrace, just take one of the doors leading to the balcony
          under the clock and climb one of the ladders
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +UZUKI+ <-> +[UZUK]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    "The Foreign Fighter"
    Uzuki comes from a far-off country. She's pretty loopy from the moment you
    meet her, since her intro soon has her crashing into Raguna as soon as he
    opens the door. Chicks just keep falling for him, huh? Anyways, she's come to
    Trampoli due to a clue about her brother being near the area. Whether you want
    to help her or not, however, is entirely your decision.
    To Get Her: Enter the inn on the 11th or 12th of Spring
    Birthday: Summer 15
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Golden Hairpin
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Fishes
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Vegetables
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 8 PM
    Constellation: Hairpin
                   Winter Evenings at around 6 PM
    -Finding Tsubute-
    Prequisites: Have 6 FP and 2 LP with Uzuki
    Step 1: Talk to Uzuki
    Step 2: Wait around 3 days when Uzuki gets worried about Tsubute
    Step 3: Go to the front of Ganesha's house
    Step 4: Follow the path to your left
    Step 5: Watch the scene to finish
    Prequisites: Have at least 7 LP with Uzuki
    Step 1: Talk to Kanno or Eunice
    Step 2: When they say that Uzuki has been going to the mountains a lot, go to
            the observatory on a regular night to see an event
    Step 3: Go the the Lava Ruins B4F
    Step 4: Go the locked door and examine it
    Step 5: Talk to Uzuki to obtain the "Key"
    Step 6: Collect the letter from Uzuki's brother
    Step 7: Give the letter to Uzuki
    Step 8: Go to the Rune Archives and read the book tells you how to collect
            Star Pieces
    Step 9: Go to the Plaza on every regular morning for 7 days to collect the
    Step 10: Once all the pieces are in your possession, talk to Uzuki
    NOTE: If you marry Uzuki, Tsubute joins you as well. Just a little something
          for you to keep in mind...
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +BIANCA+ <-> +[BIAN]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Forbidden Fruit"
    I'll let you wonder why I named her that. Anyways, Bianca is the daughter of a
    rich family, so she's naturally stingy at times. But, just like Rosetta, she
    will gradually turn into a kind person before your very eyes. Just don't be
    turned off by her insults and annoyingly good voice-acting.
    To Get Her: Bianca arrives in a new mansion just above Erik's house and to
                the right of Kross' house on the second of Summer
    Birthday: Summer 8
    Best Gift (+9 LP): N/A
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): N/A
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Rice Ball
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 10 PM while Minerva is around
    Constellation: The Elephant
                   Summer Evenings at around 7 PM
    NOTE: Bianca will leave once fall arrives, unless you activate her event
    NOTE2: You can gain bonus LP for Bianca by talking to her at least once per
           day. Coincidentally, this is the only LP you can get for her, so get
           talking, mister/miss
    Prequisites: You must have a Barn
                 You have to answer "Yes" to Tabatha's letter asking to see your
                 You should arrive at the mansion in the morning on the following
                 dates of Summer: 10, 11, 14, 26, 27
    Step 1: Head inside Whale Island
    Step 2: A small bit after you pass by the area where you met Melody, you
            should receive a small scene where a baby elephant circles around
            you for a bit, and then exits
    Step 3: Once you know that the elephant is in your barn
    Step 4: Enter Bianca's mansion of the shown dates, and allow her to keep the
    Prequisites: The Francoise event must've been activated
                 You must have at least 8 LP with Bianca
    Step 1: Enter the Mansion
    NOTE: Complicated, isn't it?
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    +TABATHA+ <-> +[TABA]+
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Caring Cleaner"
    I doubt she'll clean Raguna of al of the dirt and blood he's probably covered
    with, but she'll care. Tabatha is Bianca's personal maid and one of her
    closest friends. She differs from Bianca due to her polite attitude from the
    get-go. To get Bianca to care about you dying. you'll have to raise her LP...
    To Get Her: Tabatha arrives alongside Bianca in the second of Summer
    Birthday: Fall 12
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Oatmeal
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Apple
                         Mixed Juice
                         Four Leaf Clover
                         Mixed Ole
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Sashimi (Any kind)
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 10 PM while Minerva is around
    Constellation: The Wooly
                   Summer Evenings at around 9 PM
    Prequisites: You must have 9 FP and LP with Tabatha
                 Minerva must be in Trampoli
    Step 1: Enter the Mansion to trigger an event between Tabatha and Minerva
    Step 2: Come back the next day at 9 AM
    Step 3: Find the 5 jewels
    Step 4: After you've collected the fourth one, you can try to look for the
            fifth one, but it will be gone, so head back to Tabatha and report
            the problem the next day
    Step 5: Talk to Tabatha
    NOTE: The 4 findable jewels are at: Mist's House
                                        Erik's House
                                        The Snowstyle Tavern
                                        The Clock Tower
    NOTE2: Minerva will disappear directly after, so be careful
    ++++++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    ++++++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    "The Female Yin-Yang Twins"
    As un-imaginative as that is, it describes them somewhat perfectly. The White
    Iris is Iris Noire, while the Black Iris is Iris Blanche. They're both
    vampires, so Twilight fans have their bait. Anyways, I'll call them by their
    last names via Blanche and Noire
    To Get Her: [Blanche] You can meet Blanche somewhat early in the game, but 
                          you'll have to have Materia opened first. Plant Moondrop
                          Flowers in the field in front of the Tower on the Whale 
                          Island Fin. Water them every day, and when they've 
                          bloomed, you'll meet Blanche.
                [Noire] You meet Noire within the Snow Ruins. You see her
                        through storyline, but you'll have to actually meet her
                        in the Tower of Rest.
    Birthday: Winter 23
    Best Gift (+9 LP): Tomato Juice
    Great Gifts (+3 LP): Flowers
    Horrible Gift (-3 LP): Garlic
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 5 PM once they move into Trampoli
    Constellation: [Noire] The Cetus
                           Every Season on the 15th and 16th at Midnight
                   [Blanche] The Scorpio
                             Every Season on the 1st and 30th at Midnight
    NOTE: You HAVE to befriend Blanche to 1 or more FP in order to progress 
          through the storyline
    NOTE2: If you befriend Blanche to 4 LP, you won't have to fight the first Boss
           in the Snow Ruins
    NOTE3: Blanche sleeps from 9 AM to 6 PM
    -A Bed of Irises-
    Prequisites: Beat the storyline
    Step 1: Talk to Rita
    Step 2: Talk to both Irises
    Step 3: Talk to Rita again
    Step 4: Talk to both Irises again
    Step 5: Celebrate, since you don't have to go the Whale Island to see both
            Irises now
    Prequisites: Have 10 LP with both Irises
    Step 1: Talk to Eunice
    Step 2: Talk to Lara at the Church the next day
    Step 3: Visit Iris again and talk to Lara the next day
    Step 4: Talk to Kanno, Turner, and Stella
    Step 5: Talk to Selphy every day until she gives you a book that'll help you
            with the identity of Iris
    Step 6: Read the book
    Step 7: Talk to Kanno and listen to him
    Step 8: Talk to both Irises to get their rings
    Step 9: Show the rings to every villager to get their blessing (this doesn't
                                                                    include Brodik
                                                                    and Minerva)
    Step 10: Talk to Kanno once you get all the blessings
    Step 11: Return to Iris after 6 PM
    Step 12: Go to the Plaza
    Step 13: Choose which memory you treasure the most
    Of course, this game would be nearly nothing if there were just people that
    you had to marry. There are always the other people for you to socialize with
    as well. Just...don't take it too far. You only have those twelve to choose
    from. Trust me. I've tried to marry Ganesha and Candy several times.
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +STELLA+ <-> +[STEL]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    She's called the mother of Trampoli since she built the place from the bottom
    -up. She's a very kind and wise woman. Also, she gives you the recipe for the
    Wedding Bouquet so you can go rabbit.
    How to Meet: You meet her in the beginning
    Birthday: Summer 27
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Four Leaf Clover
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Toy Flower
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Warrior Symbol
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 8 PM
    -Trampoli's History-
    Prequisites: Have 3 FP with Stella
                 Meet Gelwein
    Step 1: Meet the young girl in front of Mist's house
    Step 2: Talk to Stella
    Step 3: Talk to the young girl every time you see her, then talk to Stella
    Step 4: Keep repeating step 3 until she gives you a Four Leaf Clover
    Step 5: When a rainy day arrives, find her taking shelter beside Mist's house
    Step 6: Talk to her
    Step 7: Meet a talk to her for about seven more days until her dream is
    Step 8: Choose any option
    NOTE: Once this event is finished, you won't see the young girl again. At
          least, not the young version...
    -Missing Bible-
    Prequisites: Have Stella at 4 FP
    Step 1: Talk to Stella
    Step 2: Talk to Selphy
    Step 3: Talk to Melody
    Step 4: Talk to Melody during a rainy holiday while the bath house is still
    Step 5: Bring the bible back to Stella
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +DANNY+ <-> +[DANN]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    Danny is the town's...lazy general store guy. Early in the game, his items
    are pretty good. Later, though, they'll be almost completely worthless. Also,
    he doesn't like Rosetta, contrary to popular belief.
    How to Meet: You meet him very early in the game while doing the chain of
    Birthday: Summer 6
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Silver
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Fine Cloth
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Tomato
                           Green Pepper
    -Goodbye, Cruel Business World-
    Prequisites: The Rosetta vs. Danny Event must have been activated
    Step 1: Talk to Danny after the event
    Step 2: Wait for the letter that states that he's closing up shop and working
            for Rosetta now
    ++++++     ++++++++
    +ERIK+ <-> +[ERIK]+
    ++++++     ++++++++
    He's the hilarious farmer that lives next door to you. Why is he hilarious?
    1...2...3..."Hey, young man!"
    How to Meet: You run into him while you're doing your chore chain early in the
                 game. You should also note that he doesn't have a girlfriend...
    Birthday: Summer 23
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Garlic
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Strawberry
                         Dried Fish
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Turnip
    -To Catch a Dried Fish Predator-
    Prequisites: It must be Winter
    Step 1: Talk to Erik while he's tending to his Dried Fish at the Beach
    Step 2: Talk to him a few days later and he'll ask you to guard his Dried
            Fish and capture the thief
    Step 3: Go to the Beach on the same day at 10 PM and assist Erik
    NOTE: Don't be too fast or too slow. Just come out when he says "Now!"
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +TURNER+ <-> +[TURN]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    Turner is the town drunk, the owner of the inn, the father of Eunice, and the
    only thing standing between you and Rita. Well, there's that, and the 
    probably 10+ age difference...
    How to Meet: You can find him in the inn after meeting Eunice
    Birthday: Spring 22
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Amazing Swimsuit 
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Normal Ores
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Junk Ore
    NOTE: You can give him Wine, and talk to him the next day for some fun
    ++++++     ++++++++
    +RITA+ <-> +[RITA]+
    ++++++     ++++++++
    Rita is the legendary thirteenth mai-...nevermind. She's the wife of Turner,
    the owner of the inn, and the mother of Eunice.
    How to Meet: You can meet her after meeting Eunice in the inn
    Birthday: Winter 22
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Wine
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Cheap Bracelet
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Fish
    Bath Event Time: Holidays at 3 PM
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    +GANESHA+ <-> +[GASH]+
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    With Rita being the thirteenth maiden, Ganesha would be the fourteenth. She's
    the owner of the local smithy and the mother of Marco. Did you know that they
    share the same bed?
    How to Meet: You run into her while doing your chore chain, like 75% of the
                 people in this game
    Birthday: Winter 8
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Demon Blood  
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Any Ores
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Wool
    Bath Event Time: Monday through Friday at 7 PM
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +MARCO+ <-> +[MARK]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    Marco is your rival swordsman. I wish I could say that, but he needs to grow
    up a few more years. He has a fiery personality, but his hormones gets the
    most of him. He's the son of Ganesha and he likes Candy. Unfortunately for
    him, Candy likes you. This is like some bad Soviet Russia joke, or something.
    How to Meet: You can meet him alongside Ganesha
    Birthday: Winter 29
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Curry-Flavored Foods
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Curry Powder
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Green Pepper
    Bath Even Time: Monday through Friday at 7 PM
    -The Somewhat Great Treasure Hunt-
    Prequisite: Have Marco at 8 FP with him on by his birthday
    Step 1: Talk to Marco
    Step 2: Follow the clues
    NOTE: This event is almost as epic as Bianca's Marriage Event
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +KROSS+ <-> +[KRSS]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    My personal favorite male of the game, besides Raguna of course. He's your
    standard goth, except without the hardcore makeup. I just love his hair and
    his music. Also, he's not depressed because he hates the world, he's depressed
    due to something from his past. Judge him and I'll roll out the rac-goons.
    How to Meet: You can meet him on day one (well, technically two...) since he
                 stands right next to his mailbox
    Birthday: Spring 2
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Cats Tail  
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Warrior Symbol
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Curry Powder
    -Let's Push a Rock!-
    Prequisites: Kross must have at least 4 FP
    Step 1: Enter the South District
    NOTE: This is the first of two parts of boulder-pushing fun
    -Let's Push a Rock! Part 2-
    Prequisites: Kross must have at least 4 FP
    Step 1: Exit your house
    NOTE: This is the final part. I hope you enjoyed.
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +KANNO+ <-> +[KANO]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    Kanno is the grandfather of Candy and Cinnamon. He's also the only one who I
    have no jokes for. Well...he does remind me a bit of Toadsworth, with his old
    age and the big hat.
    How to Meet: Kanno moves into the Clock Tower on the 7th of Spring
    Birthday: Fall 8
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Magic Powder  
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Mont Blanc
                         Chocolate Cake
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Scrap Ore
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +CANDY+ <-> +[CAND]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    If Rita is the thirteenth maiden, and Ganesha is the fourteenth maiden, then
    Candy is the second loli maiden, with the first one being Uzuki. She hangs out
    with Marco a lot, but she sees him solely as a good friend. Bad news for
    Marco, good news for loli-lovers. Unfortunately, you can't marry her. Despite
    her young age, she's quite used to normal household chores, since Kanno and
    Cinnamon apparently don't do any.
    How to Meet: You meet her along with Cinnamon
    Birthday: Spring 27
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Apple Pie
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Juices
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Insect Hide
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 6 PM
    +++++++     ++++++++
    +NOLAN+ <-> +[NOLN]+
    +++++++     ++++++++
    Nolan is a frequenter to the bath house. He stays there from opening to
    closing time, as far as I know. He's a slight drunk, but he's mostly sober.
    Odd thing, but instead of Nolan doing the action, the cat on his shoulder
    blushes and sends out hearts instead of him. Perhaps Nolan is actually just
    a puppet of the cat?
    How to Meet: As soon as the bath house opens, he'll be in the men's room
    Birthday: Spring 8
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Wine
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Strawberry
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Squid
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    +BRODIK+ <-> +[BROK]+
    ++++++++     ++++++++
    Probably one of the most annoying people in the game. But, he's somewhat
    valuable. You can use him as a fighting rival, since he's pretty adept with a
    sword. Besides, that, he's able to make you laugh.
    How to Meet: He moves in on the First of Fall
    Birthday: Spring 17 
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Apple Pie
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): N/A
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Pumpkin
    NOTE: He'll buy weeds for 1 gold each, but it's pretty useless
    -To Torture a Farmingbird-
    Prequisites: You must have met Brodik
    Step 1: Answer the knock at your door
    Step 2: See the events where Kross pushes a rock
    Step 3: Battle the Golem
    Step 4: Battle Brodik
    NOTE: This makes Brodik go away
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    +MINERVA+ <-> +[MINE]+
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    Alright, I admit it. Minerva is...better than Tabatha. I mean...geez. Anyways,
    Minerva is Tabatha's sister who didn't come to Trampoli for you (although if
    you raise her FP to the top, you'll get a cute scene). She has a secret
    mission she's out to complete. 
    How to Meet: Minervca appears after Tabatha has 6 LP
    Birthday: Winter 15
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Flop
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): N/A
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Accessories
    Bath Event Time: Every Day at 10 Pm
    NOTE: She leaves immediately after Tabatha's Marriage Event is done for
    ++++++     ++++++++
    +LUTE+ <-> +[LUTE]+
    ++++++     ++++++++
    Probably one of the most confusing characters in the game. I kept thinking
    whether he was a guy or a girl. Eventually, I chose that he was a guy. He
    sells items and rooms for your house, and he's also a phenomenal painter.
    How to Meet: You can meet him at Lake Poli on a regular Thursday, or at the
                 Public Square on Holidays
    Birthday: Summer 13 
    Best Gift (+9 FP): Chocolate
    Great Gifts (+3 FP): Milk
    Horrible Gift (-3 FP): Fish
    NOTE: If you want to see him REALLY early, you can catch him in front of the
          Sainte-Coquille Manor in the morning when Bianca and Tabatha are around
    This is a game. Of course it has a storyline to it. Most games have one. This
    game is no different. Here's a step-by-step walkthrough for this game. It's
    a bit harder than I'm making it, so be a little cautious.
    ==================     ========
    =IN THE BEGGINING= <-> =[WLK1]=
    ==================     ========
    Step 1: When you're ready, water the sprout in front of the Clock Tower
    Step 2: Climb up the Vine and enter Whale Island
    Step 3: Head all the way East and enter the caves, making your way through
            until you reach the Cave Depths
    Step 4: Meet Melody and obtain the Hammer
    Step 5: Go back to Trampoli and talk to Mist until she asks you to cut down
            the weeds on her lawn
    Step 6: Cut down the weeds on her lawn, revealing the entrance to the
            Green Ruins
    Step 7: Go all the way back to the Cave Depths
    Step 8: Make your way through the Cave until you make it outside into the
    Step 9: Make your way South to the edge of the fin and get the small scene
            where you see a mysterious young lady watering some flowers
    Step 10: Go to the Materia shop and purchase Moondrop flowers
    Step 11: Talk to Rosetta until she tells you the rumor about Moondrop flowers
    Step 12: Return to where you saw the young lady and plant the flowers
    Step 13: Take care of the flowers every day
    Step 14: When they bloom, you'll meet Iris Blanche
    Step 15: Befriend her like a normal maiden for the meantime, raising her LP up
             as well, if you want
    Step 16: Head to the Green Ruins and conquer it
    [For more information on the Green Ruins, visit it's section]
    Step 17: Meet Kanno and talk to him several times over the course of a few
             days to obtain a Fire Rod and to meet his granddaughters
    Step 18: Talk to Candy to obtain the Harvester
    Step 19: Talk to Cinnamon a few times to obtain the Fishing Rod
    Step 20: Head to the Mountain Trail and look at the sapling near the ruins
    Step 21: Keep an eye on the tree after you defeat the Green Ruins
    =======================     ========
    =======================     ========
    Step 1: Obtain the Pet Brush from Kross
    Step 2: Get yourself a Silver Wolf from the Whale Island Fin to use
    Step 3: Get the Axe from Stella
    Step 4: Get a Sickle from Erik
    Step 5: When the sapling near the ruins turns into a tree with a hole in it,
            grab 10 Tree Runeys and turn them into a Tree Runey Stone
    Step 6: Put the stone into the tree to open up the Lava Ruins
    Step 7: Meet Gelwein by getting near the Tower of Rest when Iris Blanche has
            at least 1 FP
    Step 8: Take down the Lava Ruins
    [For more information on the Lava Ruins, visit it's section]
    Step 9: Grow the sapling on the small island in Lake Poli to give you an
            access point to Whale Island during the Holidays
    Step 10: Go to the suspicious stone to the right of the Rune Archives and use
             the tablet you obtained from the Morphing Fireslime to open up the
             Snow Ruins
    Step 11: Head to B3F of the Snow Ruins and get to the large door that I had
             you ignore
    Step 12: Head to Whale Island and then move to the Tower of Rest
    Step 13: Head North of the Tower of Rest and through the gate
    Step 14: Head through the next area, while watching out for the poison areas
             on the ground
    Step 15: Watch the scene where you examine the large rune collection
    Step 16: Head back to the Whale in a few days to learn about his position with
             his Rune ball
    Step 17: Head back to the area where you saw the once giant Rune ball
    Step 18: Go back to the Snow Ruins B3F huge door and watch the scene
    Step 19: Beat Iris Noire or watch the scene, depending on your current FP
             with Iris Blanche
    Step 20: Go to the Tower of Rest to actually "meet" Iris Noire, and talk to
             Blanche too
    =================     ========
    =THE COOL ENDING= <-> =[WLK3]=
    =================     ========
    Step 1: Wait three days and then talk to Kanno
    Step 2: The next day, head to the graveyard near noon to get a scene with
            Candy asking for your help
    Step 3: Climb down inside the hole
    Step 4: Break the Ice Wall to the West and watch the scene
    Step 5: Head West again and watch the scene
    Step 6: Pick up the book on the ground and give it to Kanno
    Step 7: Wait five days and talk to him
    Step 8: Get the Crystal Seeds and give one seed to each maiden
    Step 9: Wait three days, and then get each flower
    Step 10: Place all the flowers you have on the slots in the Clock Tower
    Step 11: When you realize you're missing a flower, head to Mist's house and
             get the flower she was growing on the front of her house
    Step 12: Place the new flower on the pedestal
    Step 13: Prepare for a harsh battle, and then head through the rift
    Step 14: Defeat the Beast
    Step 15: Attack Gelwein until you get a scene
    Step 16: After the scene is over, take care of Gelwein
    Step 17: Watch the scene and enjoy, since it's over for the storyline
    If marriage is the butter of this game, then the dungeons are the saturated
    fats. There are three main dungeons that represent three seasons. There's
    also Whale Island, but I'll cover that after the three Ruins.
    +++++++++++++     ++++++++
    +GREEN RUINS+ <-> +[GEN1]+
    +++++++++++++     ++++++++
    Representing Season: Spring
    How to Open: Talk to Mist at around 1 FP, and she'll ask you to mow her lawn.
                 After cutting down all the weeds, you'll find the entrance to the
                 Ruins waiting for you
    Monsters: B1F-Ant
              B2F-Big Muck
                  Little Mage
    Boss: Chickenhawk
    Step 1: Head up the stairs to the Vine Wall
    Step 2: Cut down the Vine Wall with a sharp weapon and head to the left to
            meet another Vine Wall
    Step 3: Cut down this Vine Wall and head through the room it concealed
    Step 4: Keep heading North, until you reach a room with several monsters and
            three separate fields
    Step 5: Head to the East until you see a path to the South that is blocked
            with your Vine Wall buddy
    Step 6: Cut down the Vine Wall and follow the curved path while watching out
            for your last B1F Vine Wall on the side
    Step 7: Once you find that Vine Wall, cut it down and enter the room inside
    Step 8: Head down the Stairs to B2F
    Step 1: Head left and cut down the Vine Wall
    Step 2: Run along the curved path staying near the wall. This is so that when
            you get near the shortcut door, it'll automatically open for you.
    Step 3: Keep running along the shortcut path until you reach a Vine Wall
    Step 4: Cut it down and head to the west side of the room and follow the path
    Step 5: Once you reach the Vine Wall, cut it down and follow the path
    Step 6: When you see another Vine Wall protected by a Spring, head through it
    Step 7: Head South between the two doors
    Step 8: Follow the room to the end
    Step 9: Head down the stairs to B3F
    Step 1: Wrap around the stairs and keep heading North until you're stopped by
            some boulders
    Step 2: Head to the East and slash through the Vine Wall
    Step 3: Follow the curved path North until you reach the VERY end
    Step 4: Burst on through the Vine Wall, which should be on your right
    Step 5: Head through the moderately hostile room and down South
    Step 6: Run on through this room until you reach a Vine Wall to the Northwest
    Step 7: Burst through the Vine Wall and hug the sides to open up the shortcut
            stairs with little hastle
    Step 8: Head along the path to the West until you see a Vine Wall to the South
    Step 9: Follow this room to it's last corridor
    Step 10: Climb down the stairs to B4F
    All you have to do now is head to the East and prepare youself for a Boss
    Batle. Let's hope your first will be fun. When you're ready, examine the large
    door to the North.
    **BOSS: Chickenhawk**
    Dash Attack: The Chickenhawk roars and then rushes forward. You can send it
                 rushing into a wall to confuse it for a few seconds, but it's
                 difficult to pull off
    Stomp: The Chickenhawk rears up on it's hind legs and slams down on it's front
           ones. You have to run from it. The Chickenhawk also does this by
           turning, so watch out if you're close to it.
    Peck: The Chickenhawk uses it's beak to peck you twice. It only uses this if
          you're too close and you've been there for a while.
    Egg Lay: The Chickenhawk flies into the air and drops several eggs. After a
             few seconds, the eggs will hatch into a Clucky. If you attack the
             eggs before they hatch, the egg will instantly be destroyed. This
             attack is usually followed up by an Aerial Rush.
    Aerial Rush: The Chickenhawk flaps it's wings faster, and then rushes
                 forwards, like a torpedo. If you see this coming, run as fast as
                 you can around the stadium. Hopefully, the Chickenhawk will hit
                 a wall, giving you a few seconds to unleash.
    This battle shouldn't be too hard on you. You might die a few times, but just
    keep on trying. The attack patterns are easy to read, so just keep dodging
    and unleashing. When Chickenhawk goes into Rage mode (aka it turns red), it'll
    be stronger and tougher. Don't be intimidated, though, since it's still able
    to be beaten. Once Chickenhawk is slain, you'll have the Green Ruins under
    ++++++++++++     ++++++++
    +LAVA RUINS+ <-> +[GEN2]+
    ++++++++++++     ++++++++
    Representing Season: Summer
    How to Open: Check the tree right under the Observatory. It starts out as a
                 sapling, but it will gradually grow into a tree. When it's a
                 small tree, there will be a hole in it. Insert a Tree Runey Stone
                 into the hole. Check back the next day, and the Lava Ruins will
                 be opened.
    Monsters: B1F-Ant
                  Killer Ant
                  Monster Box
                  Mini Golem
              B3F-Hammer Troll
                  Little Emperor
                  Mini Golem
                  Hammer Troll
                  Monster Box
              B5F-Dark Slime
                  Monster Box
    Boss: Morphing Fireslime
    Step 1: Head North and activate the bomb by attacking it
    Step 2: Get the heck away from the bomb while avoiding fire from the ants
    Step 3: Go through the gap in the wall and keep heading North
    Step 4: Head East until you see a gap in the wall
    Step 5: Head through the gap and dash West
    Step 6: Head to the North door
    Step 7: Climb down the stairs to B2F
    Step 1: Wrap around the stairs and keep heading West
    Step 2: Go South until you see some fields
    Step 3: Head through the door in the Southwest
    Step 4: Go South and keep a look out for a path to your right
    Step 5: Take the path and go down the road leading to a door
    Step 6: Open the door, but don't enter it
    Step 7: Head East until you meet some slight resistance
    Step 8: Head North into the next room
    Step 9: Drop down the stairs into B3F
    Step 1: Head North, but don't go all the way to the top
    Step 2: Take the long stairs leading to the West
    Step 3: Once you're at the bottom, head South, East, and then South again
    Step 4: Start the bomb and get away
    Step 5: Once the bomb has exploded, head through the gap it made and head 
    Step 6: Climb up the stairs leading to the East
    Step 7: Head all the way South until you see two pairs of stairs
    Step 7: Dash North and attack the bomb that's slightly to your left
    Step 8: Hike down the stairs it covered
    Step 9: Go through the door on the left and keep heading West
    Step 10: Once you make it into a room with a door, two fields, and a bomb,
             set us up the bomb
    Step 11: Head through the gap and make a turn into another large staircase
    Step 12: Head North until you see a bridge leading to the East
    Step 13: Take the bridge and head down the stairs
    Step 14: Head North until you see some stairs
    Step 15: Go down the stairs leading to B4F
    Step 1: Head to the bomb platform and launch a bomb with your Hammer
    Step 2: Head South into the 4-way intersection
    Step 3: Head to the West and keep going until you see a path to the South
    Step 4: Take the path and keep heading West until you see another path to
            the South
    Step 5: Break down the rocks that are blocking your way, and keep heading
    Step 6: Keep heading to the East until you see a door to the South
    Step 7: Don't do anything, just remember the location of this door for Uzuki's
            Marriage Event
    Step 8: Keep heading East until you're stopped by a pile of rubble
    Step 9: Walk around the rubble by heading through the gap in the North
    Step 10: Keep heading East, and then turn South and open the door
    Step 11: Head up and activate the bomb platform
    Step 12: Head back to the West and around the rubble
    Step 13: Head up the stairs to your immediate North and activate the bomb,
             being sure to stay away a bit
    Step 14: Head to the rotating bomb platform a little to your Northeast, and
             make it face East
    Step 15: Activate the bomb platform and keep heading East
    Step 16: Take the second path to the North that you see and keep moving
    Step 17: Take out the Summers that are literally blocking your path
    Step 18: When those are taken out, head North onto the large platform
    Optional Step 1: Head North and then a bit East and take out the rubble pile
                     in front of the boulder. This will kill all the enemies in
                     it's path, but you might accidentally get hit yourself, which
                     is a 1-Hit-KO
    Step 19: Head South into a room with some monsters and a pair of stairs
    Step 20: Go down the stairs into B5F
    Step 1: Head North and take out the sand pile in front of the boulder
    Step 2: Head down the stairs and look out for a bomb platform
    Step 3: Make the platform head South, and then activate it
    Step 4: Head down the stairs and then take the left path
    Step 5: Run South until you can't go South anymore
    Step 6: Head to the East and take out the rubble in front of the boulder, but
            be sure to run away to the West and out of it's path
    Step 7: Keep running to the East into a room with two Northern paths
    Step 8: Head South a bit and activate the shortcut door
    Step 9: Head North and go into the path that leads to the West 
    Step 10: Take out the rubble, again, and follow the boulder into a room
    Step 11: Take the stairs leading into B6F
    Well, here we are again, about to face another Boss. Let's hope you're
    prepared, since this battle will probably take a toll on you. This battle is
    more about Defense than Attack, so prepare yourself accordingly
    Bee Swarm: You'll be meet by a large swarm of Bees, so keep moving until you
               see one that's open for attack. Take all of the bees out, and
               prepare for the next attack
    Hound Pack: The second stage consists of four Fire Hounds. If you're far from
                one, it will launch Fireballs at you. If you're close, it'll
                either try to slash at you, or it will launch more fireballs.
                This battle is close to being the most annoying battle in this
                showdown, but try to predict their movements and attack
    Ogre Onslaught: Next up, you'll be met by two HUGE Ogres. They're giant
                    targets, yes, but they're annoyingly strong. They'll either
                    try to punch and smash you, or they will try to body slam
                    right into you. Run around them and attack if they try to slam
                    or punch you. If they try to body slam you, run away and wait
                    until they're on the ground. Afterwards, rush in and attack.
    Slime Smash: Next up, the Boss will turn into several small slimes. This
                 battle will really take a chunk out of you if you're not careful.
                 When they go underground, run away a bit, then run over them. If
                 this was done correctly, they'll pop up, but they won't hurt you.
                 That's when you go in for the kill. This is the most annoying
                 part of the battle, since one slip-up and you can be dead in
    Final Formation: Finally, the Morphing Fireslime will no longer Morph, and
                     just be slime...with fire. The final attacks are very
                     predictable, so you probably won't need much healing done
                     here. If you see some light coming out of the ground, run and
                     count them. Once the fourth one comes up, rush in and attack,
                     since that's the last one. If you stay too close, the
                     Fireslime will jump up and try to hit you. It'll move in the
                     air a bit too, so watch out.
    The Boss itself isn't too hard. The hard part is actually the battles before
    the Boss. Just try to hang in there while reading the attack patterns. Doing
    so may just make this a lot easier for you. Once the Morphing Fireslime has
    been singed, you'll have two dungeons under your belt now. You're red hot!
    (Please don't kill me...)
    ++++++++++++     ++++++++
    +SNOW RUINS+ <-> +[GEN3]+
    ++++++++++++     ++++++++
    Representing Season: Autumn
    How to Open: The Morphing Fireslime will drop a tablet-like item. Use this
                 item on the statue to the right of the Rune Archives, and the
                 Snow Ruins shall be released.
    Monsters: B1F-Autumn
                  Death Stalker
                  Hornet Queen
                  Shadow Panther
                  Death Stalker
                  Shadow Panther
                  Minotaur King
              B4F-Blood Panther
                  Hunter Wolf
                  Mini Dragon
                  Minotaur King
              B5F-Hunter Wolf
                  Little Wizard
                  Minotaur King
              B6F-Arch Daemon
                  Gobble Box
                  Micro Dragon
                  Mini Dragon
                  Tricky Muck
    Boss: Ice Snake
    Step 1: Head North into the room with two Hornet Queens
    Step 2: Head to the West and destroy the Ice Wall with a Fire Ball from a
            Fire Rod
    Step 3: Head West and destroy the next Ice Wall
    Step 4: Head West, and then go into the Northern room
    Step 5: Head North one more room, and then East
    Step 6: Destroy the item that looks like a lever switch
    Step 7: Head West, and then North through the door into a room with stairs
            and a jar
    Step 8: Take the stairs down into B2F
    Step 1: Head South and destroy two of the lever-like items
    Step 2: Run into the South corridor and follow it to a crop room, taking the
            Eastern Ice Ramp down
    Step 3: Open up the Southern exit of the crop room to open up the shortcut
    Step 4: Head West and up the ramps
    Step 5: Destroy the lever just North of the portal
    Step 6: Enter the now accessible room with stairs
    Step 7: Take the stairs leading down to B3F
    Step 1: Take out the Ice Wall blocking your path
    Step 2: Head North and up the ramp to the East
    Step 3: Destroy the generators
    Step 4: Head back down the ramp, and enter the hard-to-see door on the East
            side of the room
    Step 5: Head through the second door into a cannon room
    Step 6: Head straight down into the shortcut room
    Step 7: Head back into the cannon room and take the door to the East
    Step 8: Keep running East and ignore the path leading to the North
    Step 9: Run up the ramp and take the stairs at the Southeast
    Step 10: Head North into a familiar room
    Step 11: Take the stairs down into B4F
    Step 1: Head down the stairs
    Step 2: Find the path South of the stairs that leads to two Hunter Wolves
    Step 3: Follow the stairs up and take out the Ice Generator as well as the
    Step 4: Follow the path the leads South and take the stairs facing West
    Step 5: Keep heading West and open the shortcut door
    Step 6: Head East and take the path facing North
    Step 7: Follow the corridor into an icy room
    Step 8: Take out the Ice Generator to your left
    Step 9: Follow the path and head through the door
    Step 10: Just follow the relatively straightforward path until you run into
             two jars and some fields
    Step 11: Take the path South and ignore the ramp until you see some stairs
    Step 12: Venture down the stairs into the darkness of B5F
    Step 1: Head up the ramp to the East
    Step 2: Follow the ramp all the way to an Ice Generator, which you should
    Step 3: Head down the ramp to the East and keep heading East until you see
            another ramp
    Step 4: Head up the ramp and follow it into a room with some monsters
    Step 5: Destroy the Ice Wall and move on through
    Step 6: Go through the gap in the wall and head up the ramp headed West, and
            climb down the ramp on the other side as well
    Step 7: Head North and destroy the Ice Wall and avoid the boulder
    Step 8: Head into the crop room and take the first path South, which should
            open the shortcut door
    Step 9: Head North back into the crop room and veer left
    Step 10: Enter the room with the stairs
    Step 11: Climb down said stairs to B6F
            ATTACK FROM "THE HAMMER" **
    Step 1: Head East until two monsters spawn in your face
    Step 2: Head North and then shift your position to the left a little
    Step 3: Keep heading North until you spot a ramp to your right
    Step 4: Follow the path the ramp takes you, until you see another ramp leading
            to the right
    Step 5: Go down the ramp and then head North, while either avoiding the Mini
            Dragons or taking them out and taking the treasure
    Step 6: Go through the narrow path going East at the Northeast and stop when
            you reach a crevasse
    Step 7: Go up the ramp leading to the West
    Step 8: Follow the path and when you head back down another ramp, head South
            and turn onto a bridge
    Step 9: Follow the path until you go down another ramp
    Step 10: Go through the narrow path at the Northwest that leads into a small
             room with several monsters and the stairs
    Step 11: Rush by the monsters and go down the stairs leading to B7F
    Here it is. BF7. The final floor of the final seasonal ruins. Get ready for a
    Boss fight you won't forget. It's without a doubt the hardest battle in the
    game since there are dozens of cannons firing at you, dozens of dragons
    trying to kill you, and a huge ice snake that's trying to freeze you down. Are
    you ready for this?
    NOTE: I was just kidding about most of that stuff, but there is the Ice Snake.
    Ice Breath: The Ice Snake will launch a large cloud of Ice at you. This attack
                will push you back and damage you. It was the only attack I ever
                saw from the Ice Snake, due to a method from a board member. Even
                if it DOES hit you, which it most likely will, it only does 1
                damage per hit. Just bring some Energy Potion X.'s, and you'll be
    ===Cheap and Easy, Yet Long Strategy===
    Step 1: Just stay behind the walls that you use to shield yourself from the
            Ice Breath attack
    Step 2: Take out your Fire Rod and throw Fireballs like there's no tomorrow
    This works since the only attack the Ice Snake can use on you at that range
    is the Ice Breath, and the Fireball is able to reach the Ice Snake. The only
    downside is that this process is excruciatingly long and takes up a lot of
    your RP, so pack some food and get ready for a slugout.
    ~Strategy provided by stoney556
    Now that the Ice Snake has been defeated, it's time to move on to the...err...
    We actually completed all the seasonal ruins. Congratulations! With all three
    ruins under your command, all that's left for you to do is...well...a lot!
    With the ruins out of your hair, enjoy the spare time to do some more farming,
    organize your Runeys, or just stare at Raguna. I hope you enjoyed!
    ++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    +WHALE ISLAND+ <-> +[GEN4]+
    ++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    Representing Season: Spring/Summer
    How to Open: You have to water the mysterious plant in front of the clock
                 tower and climb the resulting beanstalk.
    Monsters: Cave Surface-Ant
               Cave Depths-Orc
                           Orc Archer
                           Silver Wolf
                           Mini Golem
                           Sky Fish
                 Tail Tree-Beetle
            Tower of Birth-Faust
          Floating Chamber-Blackbird
                           Gobble Box
                           Minotaur King
             Tower of Life-Gigantes
            Tower of Glory-Blood Panther
                           Hunter Wolf
                           Mini Dragon
    -Cave Surface-
    Step 1: Run across the bridge to the east
    Step 2: Keep moving east
    Step 3: When you reach a fork that has one path leading north-east and the
            other leading south-east, take the north-eastern route
    Step 4: Keep moving east again until you enter another cave
    -Cave Depths-
    Step 1: Head east
    Step 2: Make a u-turn around the bend so you're moving west now
    Step 3: Keep moving west and ignore any splits, while also watching out for
            the poison pools
    Step 4: When you reach another bend, take it so you're moving east again
    Step 5: Head north into the exit
    Step 6: Head north and around the small lake
    Step 7: Head straight south into the exit
    Step 1: Head STRAIGHT south, not taking the stairs. If you did this correctly,
            you should exit out of a small gap near a spawn portal
    Step 2: Now take the stairs leading south-west from here
    Step 3: Move to the south-east, taking the series of stairs
    Step 4: Ignore the stairs leading south to the Tower of Rest, and keep
            moving east
    Step 5: Move north until you pass through the gate
    Step 6: Move a small distance east into the Flank
    Step 1: Travel east along the path until you see a few poison pools. Enter the
            small "valley" they are located in
    Step 2: Navigate your way around the poison pools and head to the upper path
    Optional Step 1: If you have the Golden Hammer or The Hammer, head west and
                     smash the rock, allowing access to this area from the
                     Cave Surface
    Step 3: Head east along the upper path until you see another poison pool
    Step 4: Move cautiously once again and make your way back to the bottom path
    Step 5: Head east until you see another poison pool valley
    Step 6: Quickly run across the pool towards the upper path
    Step 7: Run quickly to the exit on the eastern end, making sure to avoid the
            numerous Sky Fish that seem to try to wall you out
    -Tail Tree-
    Step 1: Head east and climb up the path that the tree's branch offers
    Step 2: Continually climb up the path while watching out for the giant
    Step 3: When you see a bridge that leads to the west, take it
    Step 1: Head continually west until you see stairs that descend into the
            water below
    Step 2: Head north a bit, and then dash east
    Step 3: Run east and swerve to the south when you need to. Watch out for those
             beam cannons, by the way
    Step 4: Head north into the two stairs, and then climb them
    Step 5: Head west and ignore the first path leading south that you see
    Step 6: Take the second path south and take the path that branches out to the
    Step 7: Follow the path around to the south and enter the huge doors that are
            connected to the large tower
    -Tower of Birth-
    Step 1: Head north and walk up the stairs
    Step 2: Make a u-turn around the edge of the stairs and head up the next
            flight of stairs you see
    Step 3: Run up the stairs leading to the top of the tower
    -Floating Chamber-
    Optional Step 1: Head north into the Tower of Life 
    Step 1: Head head south until you hit the southernmost tower
    Step 2: Head west to the next tower
    Step 3: Head north until you see stairs leading down in between two Minotaur
    Step 4: Take the stairs down and enter the Tower of Glory
    -Tower of Life (Opt)-
    Step 1: Head down the two flights of stairs leading west
    Step 2: Head to the west of the room to the broken staircase
    Step 3: Interact with the rope to trigger a shorcut from the Cave Surface
    Step 4: Backtrack all the way back to the Floating Chamber
    -Tower of Glory-
    Step 1: Walk down the flight of stairs leading west
    Step 2: Go right and break all of the junk near the top of the second flight
            of stairs
    Step 3: Activate the switch
    Step 4: Backtrack all the way back to the Floating Chamber
    -Floating Chamber (2)-
    Step 1: Head south to the tower below
    Step 2: Take the stairs northeast to the central tower
    Step 3: Get ready for a boss battle. If you're not ready, then escape and live
            to fight and farm another day. Proceed through the door when ready.
    Note: As I couldn't make a name up for this boss myself, I used the name a
          fellow fan (gunarm_dyne) used.
    Flooring Shock: The Octojellysquid sends off a few sparks near it before
                    surrounding itself with a field of electricity.
    The easiest way to beat the Octojellysquid is to keep your distance. Look at
    the ground for a bit and you'll notice it's divided into 4 somewhat distinct
    paths. The center is where the body of the Octojellysquid is, so stay clear of
    it.The second path is near the base of the tentacles. It's an indicator of
    where Flooring Shock's range ends. The third path is near the tip of the
    tentacles. The final path is the one closest to the sides of the arena.
    For starters, stay on the third path and stick close to the wall, but run
    towards the Octojellysquid every now and then to bait a Flooring Shock out of
    it to occupy it. To damage the beast, attack the red-tipped tentacles. These
    are the main weak point. Stay away from the tentacles with the leafy ends,
    though. If you get too close, you'll take damage.
    After you attack one tentacle enough, it'll shrivel and retreat to the body.
    Do the same to the rest of the tentacles and the Octojellysquid will be
    stunned for a brief period of time. Take this time to deal as much damage as
    Repeat this tactic until the Octojellysquid starts to light up parts of its
    body. At this point, most of the arena will get dark. What you want to do is
    stay close to the edge of the arena where the tips of the tentacles are lit.
    They'll be conveniently shining a bright red so you'll know where to hit.
    Other than that, nothing else changes significantly about the boss bottle, so
    proceed as normal until you've beaten the Octojellysquid back to the absurd
    waters it belongs in!
    ++++++++++     ++++++++
    +BESTIARY+ <-> +[BEAS]+
    ++++++++++     ++++++++
    You know all those monsters I posted above? Here's a list of all of them.
    I do not claim this Bestiary list at all, I am merely using it with
    permission. You must ask the original creator of this list to use it.
    Monster Name (What it does for you)
    # of times to hit with Brush for Friendship / HP / Atk / Def / Mag
    Level gained after befriending / HP / Atk / Def / Mag (after taming)
    Locations found
    Drop List (Level of item, Drop Rate)
    Ant (Crop Harvest)
    4 / 41 / 10 / 11 / 6
    2 / 120 / 21 / 11 / 11
    Whale Island - Cave Surface, Green Cave B1F, Lava Ruins B1F
    Insect Jaw (1, 20%), Insect Hide (1, 20%)
    Arch Daemon (Nothing)
    9 / 737 / 238 / 263 / 284
    89 / 1425 / 303 / 360 / 299
    Snow Ruins B6F
    Solid Point (10, 20%), Hard Horn (10, 10%), Demon Blood (10, 10%)
    Autumn (collect seeds)
    6 / 393 / 126 / 124 / 161
    46 / 780 / 160 / 164 / 167
    Snow Ruins B1F
    Root (10, 20%), Magic Powder (10, 20%)
    Beetle (Rock Clearing)
    5 / 321 / 103 / 123 / 106
    37 / 645 / 132 / 162 / 111
    Whale Island - Tail Tree
    Hard Horn (6, 20%), Insect Jaw (5, 10%), Insect Hide (10, 10%)
    Big Muck (collect Grass/Jewel)
    4 / 106 / 27 / 31 / 28
    9 / 247 / 41 / 38 / 33
    Green Ruins B2F
    Mushroom (1, 20%), Root (2, 10%), Magic Powder (2, 10%)
    Blackbird (Woodcutting)
    7 / 555 / 219 / 219 / 236
    74 / 1080 / 272 / 291 / 241
    Whale Island - Floating Chamber
    Bird Feather (10, 25%), Sharp Talon (10, 10%), Wind Crystal (1, 5%)
    Blood Panther (Crop Harvest)
    7 / 461 / 205 / 205 / 242
    69 / 900 / 255 / 272 / 248
    Whale Island - Tower of Glory, Snow Ruins B4F
    Magic Talon (3, 10%), Fair Hide (7, 10%), Sharp Fang (10, 10%),
     Sharp Talon (10, 10%)
    Buffaloo (Mount)
    5 / 366 / 107 / 117 / 67
    35 / 738 / 132 / 146 / 63
    Lava Ruins B4F
    Monster Hide (10, 25%), Hard Horn (6, 15%)
    Buffamoo (collect Milk)
    4 / 174 / 46 / 53 / 33
    15 / 378 / 64 / 67 / 37
    Whale Island - Fin, Green Ruins B3F
    Monster Hide (1, 25%), Hard Horn (2, 15%)
    Buffazoo (collect Milk)
    6 / 702 / 189 / 228 / 156
    70 / 1368 / 235 / 303 / 160
    Whale Island - Floating Chamber, Snow Ruins B4F
    Quality Fur (7, 25%), Hard Horn (10, 15%)
    Chitter (Plant Harvest)
    4 / 29 / 9 / 8 / 3
    1 / 94 / 21 / 7 / 8
    Green Ruins B1F
    Sharp Fang (1, 15%), Monster Hide (1, 15%), Sharp Talon (1, 10%)
    Clucky (collect Egg)
    4 / 116 / 40 / 42 / 45
    13 / 256 / 58 / 53 / 51
    Green Ruins B3F
    Sharp Talon (1, 20%), Bird Feather (3, 20%)
    Cone (Mount)
    10 / 753 / 194 / 268 / 349
    91 / 1455 / 218 / 335 / 333
    Whale Island - Tower of Glory Garden
    Fair Hide (10, 10%), Teardrop (10, 10%), Bird Feather (10, 10%),
     Hard Horn (10, 10%)
    Daemon (Nothing)
    8 / 481 / 155 / 170 / 182
    57 / 945 / 206 / 237 / 199
    Snow ruins B2F and B3F
    Solid Point (6, 20%), Demon Blood (5, 10%), Hard Horn (10, 10%)
    Dark Slime (Rock Clearing)
    5 / 344 / 100 / 98 / 115
    36 / 693 / 129 / 129 / 120
    Lava Ruins B5F
    Teardrop (6, 18%), Toxin (2, 10%), Scrap Iron (1, 6%), White Grass (1, 1%),
     Black Grass (1, 1%), Fire Crystal (1, 1%), Water Crystal (1, 1%),
     Wind Crystal (1, 1%), Earth Crystal (1, 1%)
    *** Don't get your hopes up from seeing that drop list!  The chance of any
     of the grass or crystals dropping is a mere 1%! ***
    Death Stalker (Mowing)
    6 / 320 / 129 / 169 / 150
    47 / 636 / 163 / 223 / 155
    Snow Ruins B1F and B2F
    Fair Hide (2, 10%), Magic Talon (3, 10%), Solid Point (6, 10%),
     Toxin (10, 10%)
    Duck (collect Egg)
    4 / 233 / 74 / 80 / 83
    26 / 480 / 98 / 104 / 88
    Lava Ruins B2F
    Bird Feather (7, 20%), Sharp Talon (4, 10%), Teardrop (6, 10%)
    Elefun (Watering, Mount)
    5 / 313 / 66 / 71 / 36
    23 / 652 / 88 / 91 / 38
    Lava Ruins B1F
    Teardrop (6, 10%), Sharp Fang (6, 10%), Monster Hide (6, 15%)
    Fairy (Plant Harvest)
    6 / 288 / 116 / 126 / 161
    42 / 576 / 148 / 166 / 167
    Whale Island - Tail Tree, Drain
    Magic Powder (6, 15%), Cheap Cloth (10, 15%), Fairy Dust (1, 10%)
    *** This one has 10 points in each elemental resistance right off the bat. ***
    Faust (Mowing)
    7 / 404 / 163 / 179 / 230
    60 / 792 / 204 / 237 / 236
    Whale Island - Tower of Birth, Floating Chamber
    Quality Cloth (5, 10%), Cheap Cloth (10, 10%), Thick Stick (5, 10%),
     Glittering Edge (5, 10%)
    Fluffy (collect Wool)
    4 / 289 / 83 / 110 / 105
    33 / 585 / 108 / 144 / 110
    Lava Ruins B4F
    Monster Hide (10, 20%), Teardrop (6, 10%), Hard Horn (6, 10%)
    Furpy (Plant Harvest)
    5 / 202 / 72 / 85 / 80
    25 / 418 / 95 / 110 / 85
    Lava Ruins B2F
    Sharp Fang (6, 15%), Monster Hide (6, 15%), Sharp Talon (4, 10%)
    Ghost (Mowing)
    6 / 154 / 61 / 65 / 80
    21 / 324 / 83 / 84 / 86
    Lava Ruins B1F
    Quality Cloth (1, 10%), Cheap Cloth (6, 10%), Thin Stick (7, 10%),
     Knife Piece (8, 10%)
    Gigantes (Rock Clearing)
    7 / 770 / 229 / 231 / 90
    71 / 1501 / 285 / 307 / 92
    Whale Island - Tower of Life, Tower of Life Garden
    Quality Cloth (10, 10%), Warrior Medal (10, 10%), Bird Feather (10, 10%),
     Hard Horn (10, 10%)
    Glace (Watering)
    7 / 425 / 137 / 135 / 176
    50 / 840 / 173 / 178 / 181
    Snow Ruins B1F and B2F
    Water Crystal (1, 5%), Magic Crystal (3, 5%), Magic Powder (10, 30%)
    Gobble Box (collect Ore/Jewelry)
    8 / 562 / 202 / 267 / 216
    75 / 1093 / 250 / 354 / 220
    Whale Island - Floating Chamber, Tower of Plenty, Snow Ruins B6F
    Sharp Fang (1, 45%), Ruby (1, 10%), Emerald (1, 10%), Sapphire (1, 10%),
     Amethyst (1, 10%), Aquamarine (1, 10%), Diamond (1, 5%)
    *** All the items on the drop list add up to a 100% drop rate, so you WILL
     get one of those items. ***
    Goblin (Crop Harvest)
    4 / 33 / 9 / 7 / 3
    1 / 105 / 21 / 6 / 8
    Whale Island - Cave Surface
    Cheap Cloth (1, 15%), Knife Piece (1, 15%), Warrior Medal (1, 10%)
    Hammer Troll (Rock Clearing)
    5 / 365 / 108 / 107 / 40
    32 / 741 / 140 / 140 / 42
    Lava Ruins B3F and B4F
    Quality Cloth (1, 10%), Hard Horn (2, 10%), Warrior Medal (5, 10%),
     Bird Feather (7, 10%)
    Hardes (Plant Harvest)
    7 / 512 / 207 / 228 / 295
    77 / 996 / 256 / 303 / 301
    Whale Island - Tower of Glory, Tower of Rebirth Garden
    Magic Powder (10, 15%), Cheap Cloth (10, 15%), Fairy Dust (10, 10%)
    Heracles (Rock Clearing)
    7 / 737 / 238 / 289 / 256
    89 / 1425 / 293 / 385 / 260
    Whale Island - Tower of Plenty Garden
    Hard Horn (10, 20%), Insect Jaw (10, 10%), Insect Hide (10, 5%),
     Fair Hide (10, 5%)
    High Orc (Crop Harvest)
    6 / 553 / 178 / 196 / 211
    66 / 1080 / 222 / 260 / 216
    Whale Island - Tower of Rebirth
    Warrior Medal (10, 15%), Thick Stick (10, 15%), Cheap Cloth (10, 10%)
    High Orc Archer (???)
    Don't have data for this guy!
    Will put this in once I catch one!
    Whale Island - Not sure on the area
    Glue (10, ??%), ??? (More drops than this, but not that I know!)
    Hobgoblin (Crop Harvest)
    5 / 241 / 77 / 83 / 86
    27 / 495 / 101 / 108 / 91
    Whale Island - Flank
    Cheap Cloth (6, 15%), Knife Piece (8, 15%), Warrior Medal (5, 10%)
    Hornet (Honey)
    5 / 96 / 38 / 47 / 38
    12 / 216 / 55 / 59 / 43
    Green Ruins B3F
    Toxin (2, 20%), Insect Jaw (5, 10%), Insect Hide (1, 10%)
    Hornet Queen (Honey)
    6 / 308 / 136 / 149 / 144
    45 / 612 / 173 / 196 / 149
    Snow Ruins B1F
    Toxin (10, 20%), Fair Hide (2, 10%), Insect Jaw (5, 10%)
    Hunter Wolf (Mount)
    7 / 555 / 219 / 219 / 236
    74 / 1080 / 254 / 273 / 223
    Whale Island - Tower of Glory, Snow Ruins B4F and B5F
    Monster Hide (3, 15%), Sharp Fang (10, 15%), Sharp Talon (7, 10%)
    Ignis (Woodcutting)
    6 / 249 / 79 / 77 / 98
    28 / 510 / 104 / 100 / 104
    Lava Ruins B2F and B3F
    Fire Crystal (2, 5%), Magic Crystal (3, 5%), Magic Powder (6, 30%)
    Killer Ant (Crop Harvest)
    5 / 161 / 46 / 59 / 54
    17 / 345 / 63 / 76 / 59
    Lava Ruins B1F
    Insect Jaw (5, 20%), Insect Hide (8, 20%)
    Little Emperor (Watering)
    5 / 231 / 82 / 80 / 111
    29 / 472 / 107 / 104 / 117
    Whale Island - Tower of Rebirth, Tower of Life Garden, Lava Ruins B3F
    Quality Cloth (10, 15%), Hard Horn (2, 10%), Thick Stick (10, 10%),
     Earth Crystal (1, 5%)
    Little Mage (Woodcutting)
    5 / 101 / 35 / 33 / 42
    11 / 229 / 52 / 41 / 48
    Whale Island - Tower of Rebirth Garden, Green Ruins B3F
    Cheap Cloth (6, 15%), Hard Horn (2, 10%), Thin Stick (7, 10%),
     Fire Crystal (1, 5%)
    Little Wizard (Watering)
    7 / 605 / 217 / 215 / 311
    81 / 1174 / 269 / 287 / 317
    Whale Island - Tower of Rebirth, Tower of Life Garden, Snow Ruins B5F
    Quality Cloth (10, 15%), Hard Horn (10, 10%), Thick Stick (10, 10%),
     Wind Crystal (1, 5%)
    Mammoo (Watering, Mount)
    6 / 733 / 157 / 173 / 92
    58 / 1440 / 194 / 226 / 92
    Snow Ruins B2F and B3F
    Quality Fur (4, 15%), Sharp Fang (10, 15%), Teardrop (6, 10%)
    Mantict (Mowing)
    5 / 297 / 104 / 93 / 108
    34 / 600 / 135 / 122 / 113
    Whale Island - Tail Tree
    Insect Jaw (5, 15%), Insect Hide (10, 15%), Glittering Edge (1, 10%)
    Micro Dragon (collect Ore/Jewelry)
    7 / 437 / 235 / 312 / 337
    88 / 846 / 288 / 413 / 341
    Snow Ruins B6F
    Sharp Fang (10, 20%), Sharp Talon (10, 10%), Magic Talon (10, 10%),
     Monster Hide (10, 10%), Wet Scale (10, 10%)
    *** This monster has 18 for all base elemental resistances!  ***
    Mini Dragon (collect Ore/Jewelry)
    8 / 761 / 246 / 271 / 294
    92 / 1470 / 303 / 361 / 299
    Whale Island - Tower of Glory, Snow Ruins B4F and B6F
    Sharp Fang (10, 20%), Sharp Talon (10, 10%), Magic Talon (10, 10%),
     Monster Hide (10, 10%), Wet Scale (10, 10%)
    *** This bad boy has 15 for all elemental resistances. ***
    Mini Golem (Rock Clearing)
    5 / 397 / 85 / 92 / 48
    30 / 810 / 111 / 120 / 50
    Whale Island - Flank, Lava Ruins B2F and B3F
    Iron (1, 15%), Copper (1, 15%), Scrap Iron (10, 15%), Silver (1, 10%),
     Earth Crystal (1, 5%)
    Minotaur (Woodcutting)
    5 / 385 / 134 / 112 / 59
    37 / 774 / 172 / 147 / 61
    Lava Ruins B4F and B5F
    Glittering Edge (1, 10%), Thick Stick (1, 10%), Warrior Medal (5, 10%),
     Hard Horn (6, 10%)
    Minotaur King (Woodcutting)
    7 / 769 / 269 / 228 / 123
    77 / 1494 / 333 / 303 / 125
    Whale Island - Floating Chamber, Tower of Life Garden, Snow Ruins B3F,
     B4F and B5F
    Hard Horn (10, 10%), Warrior Medal (10, 10%), Glittering Edge (10, 10%),
     Thick Stick (10, 10%)
    Monster Box (collect Ore/Jewelry)
    6 / 260 / 92 / 120 / 95
    33 / 526 / 120 / 158 / 99
    Lava Ruins B1F, B4F and B5F
    Sharp Fang (1, 67%), Ruby (1, 6%), Emerald (1, 6%), Sapphire (1, 6%),
     Amethyst (1, 6%), Aquamarine (1, 6%), Diamond (1, 3%)
    *** Guess what?  Another drop list that equals 100%.  See a pattern with the
     mimic enemies? ***
    Necro (Mowing)
    7 / 365 / 147 / 161 / 207
    54 / 720 / 185 / 213 / 213
    Whale Island - Tower of Birth
    Quality Cloth (5, 10%), Cheap Cloth (10, 10%), Thick Stick (5, 10%),
     Knife Piece (10, 10%)
    Orc (Crop Harvest)
    4 / 73 / 22 / 22 / 19
    6 / 180 / 36 / 26 / 24
    Whale Island - Cave Depths
    Warrior Medal (1, 15%), Thin Stick (1, 15%), Cheap Cloth (1, 10%)
    Orc Archer (Crop Harvest)
    4 / 97 / 30 / 31 / 28
    9 / 225 / 45 / 38 / 33
    Whale Island - Cave Depths
    Glue (1, 15%), Solid Point (2, 15%), Thin Stick (1, 10%)
    Peck (collect Egg)
    5 / 497 / 160 / 176 / 188
    59 / 975 / 200 / 233 / 193
    Snow Ruins B3F
    *** What?!?  No drop list?!  Preposterous!  If anyone obtains a drop from
     this bad boy, feel free to post what it is... ***
    Samurai (Mowing)
    7 / 745 / 265 / 239 / 288
    90 / 1440 / 326 / 318 / 293
    Whale Island - Tower of Plenty Garden
    Insect Jaw (10, 15%), Fair Hide (10, 15%), Glittering Edge (10, 10%)
    Scorpion (Mowing)
    5 / 186 / 74 / 96 / 83
    26 / 386 / 98 / 125 / 88
    Whale Island - Flank, Lava Ruins B3F
    Toxin (2, 10%), Solid Point (2, 10%), Insect Hide (8, 10%),
     Sharp Talon (4, 10%)
    Sealy (Watering)
    6 / 393 / 126 / 138 / 147
    46 / 780 / 160 / 182 / 152
    Whale Island - Drain
    Wet Scale (7, 15%), Sharp Fang (6, 10%), Fish Fossil (10, 10%),
     Water Crystal (1, 5%)
    Shadow Panther (Crop Harvest)
    6 / 333 / 147 / 147 / 172
    49 / 660 / 186 / 194 / 177
    Snow Ruins B1F and B2F
    Fair Hide (1, 10%), Magic Talon (3, 10%), Sharp Fang (6, 10%),
     Sharp Talon (10, 10%)
    Silver Wolf (Mount)
    5 / 152 / 59 / 57 / 57
    18 / 324 / 66 / 58 / 47
    Whale Island - Fin
    Monster Hide (1, 10%), Sharp Fang (1, 15%), Sharp Talon (4, 15%)
    Sky Fish (Watering)
    5 / 249 / 79 / 86 / 89
    28 / 510 / 104 / 112 / 94
    Whale Island - Flank
    Wet Scale (4, 15%), Fish Fossil (1, 10%), Sharp Fang (1, 10%),
     Water Crystal (1, 5%)
    Slime (Rock Clearing)
    4 / 62 / 17 / 14 / 12
    4 / 165 / 30 / 16 / 17
    Whale Island - Cave Depths
    Teardrop (2, 18%), Toxin (2, 10%), Scrap Iron (1, 6%), White Grass (1, 1%),
     Black Grass (1, 1%), Fire Crystal (1, 1%), Water Crystal (1, 1%),
     Wind Crystal (1, 1%), Earth Crystal (1, 1%)
    *** Another long list that has a mere 40% chance to get any one of the
     listed items. ***
    Soul (Woodcutting)
    8 / 713 / 230 / 228 / 302
    86 / 1380 / 284 / 304 / 308
    Snow Ruins B5F and B6F
    Wind Crystal (1, 5%), Magic Crystal (3, 5%), Magic Powder (10, 30%)
    Spring (collect Seeds)
    4 / 49 / 14 / 12 / 10
    3 / 135 / 27 / 13 / 16
    Green Ruins B1F and B2F
    Root (2, 20%), Magic Powder (2, 20%)
    Summer (collect Seeds)
    5 / 297 / 95 / 93 / 119
    34 / 600 / 123 / 122 / 125
    Lava Ruins B3F and B4F
    Root (6, 20%), Magic Powder (6, 20%)
    Tortas (Watering)
    6 / 442 / 83 / 194 / 82
    43 / 882 / 105 / 256 / 85
    Whale Island - Drain
    Teardrop (6, 15%), Sharp Fang (6, 10%), Turtle Shell (10, 10%),
     Water Crystal (1, 5%)
    *** This is the only enemy that drops the Turtle Shell!  It is a 10% drop,
     so farm a few! ***
    Tricky Muck (collect Grass/Jewel)
    7 / 793 / 209 / 257 / 278
    87 / 1534 / 258 / 342 / 283
    Whale Island - Tower of Rebirth Garden, Snow Ruins B6F
    Mushroom (1, 20%), Root (10, 10%), Magic Powder (10, 10%)
    Unico (Mount)
    9 / 441 / 113 / 155 / 199
    52 / 870 / 123 / 185 / 185
    Whale Island Drain, Snow Ruins B3F
    Fair Hide (4, 10%), Teardrop (6, 10%), Bird Feather (7, 10%),
     Hard Horn (10, 10%)
    Weagle (Woodcutting)
    5 / 296 / 116 / 115 / 121
    38 / 594 / 149 / 151 / 126
    Lava Ruins B5F
    Bird Feather (7, 25%), Sharp Talon (4, 10%), Wind Crystal (1, 5%)
    Wooly (collect Wool)
    4 / 129 / 36 / 46 / 41
    13 / 285 / 52 / 59 / 46
    Whale Island - Fin, Green Ruins B2F
    Monster Hide (1, 20%), Teardrop (2, 10%), Hard Horn (2, 10%)
    Xx~~Bestiary list provided and made by MasterPingu1~~xX
    +++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    +RUNEY CONTROL+ <-> +[RUNE]+
    +++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    If you're at this section, you're most likely in need of help with your Runey
    population (or whatever is still alive...). Never fear, however, as flip of
    the coin has allowed me to  type up a Runey Control section for the FAQ. I'll
    post each method separately in a form that's as organized as I can make it.
    I'll also be giving credit to the people on the game board that they're from,
    as I have a big OCD about that kind of thing.
    <~-[Boldrin's "Forget the Runeys" Method]-~>
    Description: In essence, this method lets you simply relax and not care too
                 much about Runeys for most of the days in a Season. Ever since
                 I've tried and tested this method, I can safely say that it is
                 simple and extremely effective.
    Directions (Steps):
    Step 1: Plant Fodder on your farm. Boldrin recommends around 12 patches, but
            having more than that is perfectly fine. Just not too much...
    Step 2: Let those grass patches stay there up until Fall 30. That way, each
            patch can produce one Runey per day. This gives you a decent stock of
            Runeys that you can use at your whim.
    Step 3: Drop 1-4 Runeys of each area's "type" of Runey (checkable on the
            Runey map) in each area on the first of each season.
    Step 4: On the 11th, 16th, 20th, and 25th, drop 8-10 of each area's "type"
            again into every area that isn't the Homestead.
    Step 5: One the 20th, gather up all of the extra Runeys that spawn, as those
            can screw up your Runey count
    Step 6: On the 30th, check if there's at least 1-4 Runeys left in each area.
            If not, return to Step 3. If they are, return to Step 4.
    Directions (Write-Up): 
    "The first portion of this guide is the easiest, most low maintenance part of
     the guide. In your homestead plant LOTS AND LOTS of Fodder, and leave it
     there. Grow it out until it is full grass, and don't cut it. It'll stay there
     for all 3 seasons of the year that you can grow stuff in your field, and 
     each patch will generate 1 runey a day. (12 Patches will average 3 runeys
     of each type a day). It is also the second cheapest seed you can purchase,
     making it not a hassle of affordability as well.
     So how much do I recommend? I actually recommend a whopping 12 patches of
     Fodder, since that should actually generate all the runeys you should
     deteriorate in a year even excluding the other bonuses. How much could you
     get by on? Probably 6 or 7, but why make it hard on yourself?
     With the exclusion of the homestead, write down every area's "affinity"
     (i.e. Beach is Water, Public Square is Rock). You find this on the Runey Map.
     The desired distribution is simply 8-10 of that area's specific runey 
     matching affinity. Meaning release 8-10 water at Beach, release 8-10 at the
     Mountains, etc. Since the area is aligned with the single Runey Type you are
     leaving there, they should deteriorate at an incredibly slow rate.
     Through-out the month, replenish every area to 8-10 of its aligned runey
     type. I advise days 11, 16, 20, 25. On Day 30 of a Season simply make sure
     you have between 1-4 runeys of the respective Runy Type in the area, as they
     will generate 7 free Runeys by the 7th.
     In addition, on the 20th of each month, go to the clock tower and find the 40
     (2 areas will get a boost of 20 Runeys) "generated runeys". Go suck them up
     and store them away as back-up. Leaving them where they generate can
     sometimes be a mess, so I wouldn't advise it"
                                                    ~Boldrin's posts on the board
     Note: This isn't everything that Boldrin posted. This is only the essentials
           that you'll most likely need. Everything else is optional or data that
           isn't completely necessary.
    <~-[Kantanoso's 100% Hassle-Free method!]-~>
    Description: This method makes things even more simpler than Boldrin's method.
                 In fact, it makes things disturbingly simple... I haven't
                 personally tried this method as it seems a bit dry, but I still
                 can't prove that it won't work either.
    Directions (Steps):
    Step 1: "On the last day of the month, take a few runeys from your homestead,
             which should be prosperous. So in this case, on the 30th of Winter,
             dump excess Homestead runeys (Don't drop below 50/50/50/50, that's a
             good number to stay above) and distribute 1/1/1/1 into each area."
    Step 2: "Keep in mind that for the next 7 days, these runeys will only grow,
             until you have 8/8/8/8 in each area. Do NOT touch them. Leave them
             as is. During the first two weeks, farm your little heart out! You'll
             get a (albeit minor) one area prosperity bonus withoiut any work. 
             When your crops begin to grow more slowly, it means you have dead
             areas. You can certainly continue farming, or you can dedicate the
             rest of your month to crafting and dungeon crawling. "
    Step 3: "On the 20th, 20 of two random runey types will spawn in 2 random
             areas. Don't touch them. That will keep that area alive until the end
             of the month, with 0/0/0/4, or 0/4/0/0, or whatnot. This will also 
             help that area stay alive a little bit longer, come Summer.
    Step 4: "On Spring 30th, repeat the 1/1/1/1 into each area. If an area still
             has 4 left from the 20th, put 1 into that runey anyways (For example,
             a 0/0/4/0 area should look like 1/1/5/1 when you're done) and repeat"
                                                   ~Kantanoso's posts on the board
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
    1: Q) How do I get my town into prosperity?
       A) There are several ways to do this. My personal favorite is to just
          grow fodder everywhere one your field and leave it alone when it's
          fully grown. Use the generated Runeys to bring other areas into
          prosperity, other than Road to the Beach and Southern District. Turn
          both of those or one of those areas (preferable Road to the Beach) into
          a grass Runey farm.
    2: Q) What is this "Grass Runey Farm"?
       A) It's an area that produces 20 Grass Runeys every day. Set the area up
          with this set up:
          Take out 20 Grass Runeys every day, and plug in Water and Rock Runeys as
    3: Q) Where do I obtain *insert tool name here*?
       A) Here's a complete list of all the tools and who gives you them:
          Watering Can->Mist
          Pet Glove---->Kross
          Fishing Pole->Cinnamon
    4: Q) The Green Ruins is beating me down!
       A) Be sure you're wearing equipment. My fatal mistake in my first few runs
          in that dungeon was only wearing a weapon and no armor. Even the basic
          armor will help you out here.
    5: Q) The Lava Ruins is burning me up!
       A) Most of the monsters there are weak to ice. Most of them also have fire
          attacks backing them up. Target their weakness and cover up your fire
          weakness. If you're REALYL having trouble, synthesize a Steel Sickle.
          It's special attack will cut through most of the enemies in the dungeon
          with ease.
    6: Q) The Snow Ruins is stopping me cold in my tracks!
       A) The monsters there are pretty susceptible to fire-based attacks. There's
          also a pretty popular set going around that has the ability to reduce 
          all damage done to you by most of the monsters, if not all, by 1. This 
          is the layout:
          Icifier + Shine Blade
          Fluffy Hat
          Dew Pendant
          Wind Cape
          The Icifier and Shine Blade combo will take out most of the harder
          enemies. Have the Icifier paralyze an enemy, and then use the Shine
          Blade to cut them down to bits.
    7: Q) Your puns suck.
       A) That's not a question... But I know. :(
    8: Q) Why does Raguna's voice sound familiar? 
       A) Raguna's VA is Johnny Yong Bosh. You might know him from such things as:
          -Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Ratatosk Emil)
          -Tales of the Abyss (Guy)
          -Bleach (Ichigo)
    9: Q) May I put this FAQ on my site?
       A) Unfortunately, due to personal issues, my Walkthrough is staying only on
          GameFaqs. CNET affiliates also have permission, such as GameSpot, but
          only if credit is also given to me. If you DO put this on your site
          without my prior consent, I'll take every legal action available to take
          it down. Don't try me.
    10: Q) Your FAQ is missing *insert something here*.
        A) Well don't just sit there. Send it to me via email. Just check the
           Contact Information section.
    11: Q) I found your FAQ on an unpermitted site!
        A) Send a link to me if you find out. Once you've done that, just sit back
           and watch the fun. Well, fun for me that is.
    12: Q) Your shortcut for "Copyright Information". Is that referencing...?
        A) I herd I leik them.
    13: Q) Are you still updating this FAQ/Walkthrough?
        A) In short, yes. However, nothing major will come to it other than typos
           and other mistakes you (the reader) bring to light.
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    +CREDITS+ <-> +[CRED]+
    +++++++++     ++++++++
    InfernoCrossing-For creating this FAQ
    GameFaqs-The only intended site to host this FAQ
    CJayC-For creating GameFAQS
    SBAllen-For leading GameFAQS after CJayC stepped down
    Nintendo-For creating and keeping the Rune Factory franchise
    XSeed-For importing Rune Factory: Frontier to America
    stoney556-For creating the strategy to defeat the Ice Snake
    MasterPingu1-For giving me permission to use his Bestiary list
    gunarm_dyne-For having such a great name for the Whale Island boss
    +++++++++++++++++++++     ++++++++
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    Although, I don't check my email often. 
    If you wish to contact me on the boards, just make an ATTN topic.
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