Killing Pee-wee Birdie
To kill the little annoying egg with feet (Pee-wee
birdie) talk to it fifteen times and it will explode.
Step on crabs mini-game bonus
Within the Madora Beach, you can play the "Step
on Crabs" mini-game. Depending on how many crabs you have
stepped on, you will get a rank from the pink crab in the Queen
Beach. There are 31 crabs on the map, plus the Fullmetal Hagger
Boss in event "Summer Lovin'". Note: The count will
return to zero when you leave the land. If you achieve 30 or more
kills, go inside the home and you will find Varelie (the penguin)
migrating into your house. If you have 32 kills, you will also
see her baby penguin. Note: To achieve 32 kills, you must step
all 31 crabs before killing the Fullmetal Hagger, then kill Fullmetal
Common crab mistake
To be confused while trying to step on all the crabs
in the beach, catch an aquatic egg. At times it may hatch into
a crab identical to the ones on the beaches. If you have this
crab in your team, you may mix him up with the crabs that can
be stepped on, and you will be chasing your own while the others
Getting pet crabs to live in your
Whenever you help the pirate ship captain, he will
give you a pet crab. The crab is kept alive in your office. Just
be sure when you enter the office not to touch it, or it will
This trick can only be used when you find a monster
egg. Catch it and leave the screen. Go back, if you find another
one, catch it. If not, exit and return again until you find one.
While on the menu screen, enter the equip menu. Select
the item of your choice, select the status of the item, and press
[X]x2 on the item. A name creation screen will appear, allowing
you to enter the name of your choice.
Equip a piece of equipment or instrument then select it as if
you were going to change it to something else. Choose status instead,
select the name of the equipment or instrument, and you will be
able to change the name.
The most common places for monster eggs to appear are
locations which had Boss battles. If when you enter a recent battle
area and a monster egg is not there, leave that room and return
until one appears. When you find one, map out the most common
areas that the monster eggs wander around and leave food every
place it usually goes. Note: You can only have five pieces of
food out at a time.
To get Monster Eggs without using food, hide behind it without
being seen until a cloud with "..." appears over its
head. Then, quickly snatch it. Do not worry if you have people
following you -- Monster Eggs will not notice them.
The fairy game
The following are the names of the fairies, their location,
and "eye spell" level on the Snowfieg. You will need
this to be able to get to Ehrlang and find the treasure for the
Field Of Innocence
Pietta: level 3
Fiorentina: level 1, spell level 2
Secret: level 4, spell level 5
South Fieg Glacier (1)
Quinn: level 4
Alcione: level 5
Lakshmi: level 6, spell level 7
South Fieg Glacier (2)
Malbaresta: level 2, spell level 3
Tilda: level 5, spell level 6
Elnata: level 4
Takis: level 3, spell level 4
Silvanella: level 5
Note: Some fairies will drop your level or will grant you a higher
spell level only if you had acquired an specific eye level. Elnata
will give you a new spell only if your eye level is 4.
Locations of different types of Monster
To raise a certain class of monster you need a certain
type of egg to have a chance of getting that monster. For example,
if you wanted to have a Land Dragon, whose class is Dragon, as
a pet you would need to hatch a Dragon type egg to have a chance
of getting it. The locations of the different types of egg are
Aerial egg: Luon Highway (Boss location), Norn Peaks (nowhere
Aquatic eggs: Madora Beach (extreme right of area), SS Buccaneer
Arthropod eggs: Norn Peaks (nowhere special 2)
Beast eggs: The White Forest (nowhere special)
Demi-Human eggs: ??? (???)
Demonic eggs: Jungle (nowhere special)
Dragon eggs: Fieg Snowfields (Boss location)
Morph eggs: Gato Grottoes (Boss location)
Oddity eggs: Ulkan Mines (Boss location)
Plant eggs: Jungle (Boss location)
Poltergeist eggs: Junkyard (nowhere special), Tower of Leires(Boss
Reptile eggs: Luon Highway (in the cave)
Undead eggs: The Bone Fortress (Boss location)
Note: The eggs can usually be found where the area's Boss was
located, but not always. They appear in the same places the Spirits
(Salamander, Shade, etc.) appear. Sometimes nothing will appear
in that location - enter and exit that screen until they appear.
A few Egg/Spirit locations will not work until certain mini-quests
(see the Diary) are have been completed.
Six Wisdom usual locations
Gaeus the Earth: He is always passing time at the Luon Highway.
Locations of Rare Tempering Materials
Olbohn the Warrior: Has his own room in The Underworld.
Pokiehl the Bird: After The Tree of Mana appears he can be found
at its base. Before that, you may meet him once or twice during
Rosiotti the Beast: He can always be found perched on his throne
in The Jungle.
Selva the Wind: He can be found at the forking path near the temple
in The Gato Grottoes. It is said that he likes to travel though...
Tote the Turtle: He likes the view from the cliff at Lake Kilma.
Orihalcon is most easily obtained In the Junkyard. An enemy called
the Punkster will drop it rarely when defeated.
Dragons Blood and Dragons Breath are occasionally dropped when
any member of the Dragon species (Land Dragon, Sky Dragon, Kid
Dragon) is defeated. A Kid Dragon can be found in the Bone Fortress.
Holy Water is found in a few treasure chests throughout the course
of the game.
Throughout the game you will receive "Artifacts"
that allow you to create towns, caves, etc. The following is a
complete list of the Artifacts and the lands they create.
Gold Seed Artifact
Color Blocks: Domina
Wheel: Luon Highway
Jade Egg: Mekiv Caverns
Stone Eye: Lake Kilma
Flame: Gato Grottoes
Firefly Lamp: Lumina
Sand Rose: Duma Desert
Trembling Spoon: The Underworld
Ancient Tablet: The Mindas Ruins
Torch of Coral: Madora Beach
Broken Doll: Junkyard
Skull Lantern: Norn Peaks
Rusty Anchor: Polpota Harbor
Moons Mirror: Tower of Leires
Tome of Magic: Geo
Dragonbone: Bone Fortress
Bottled Spirit: Ulkan Mines
Pirates Hook: SS Buccaneer
Frozen Heart: Fieg Snowfields
Green Cane: The White Forest
Golden Seed: Orchard
Brooch of Love: Lucemia
Jumi staff: Bejeweled City
Sword of Mana: Tree of Mana
You have to approximately sixty fruits from Trent (the
big tree at your house where you plant seeds). Trent will give
you the Gold Seed artifact This artifact gives you land - Orchard.
Free Candies during battle
During battle you can make Candies appear just by hitting
the enemy. To do this you will need two good "normal abilities,"
such as Flip-Kick and Moonsault. Start off by using a Quick Attack
and follow it up by using Flip-Kick. You should be followed by
blue shadows of yourself. This means you are linking your moves
together. Keep using Flip-Kick until you are out of range. Then,
use a Moonsault slash ("Moonsault" + [Square]) to back
towards the enemy. After about two to five successful Flip-Kicks/Moonsault
slashes, your character will pause and a Candy will appear. This
is a great trick to use during No Future Mode, when you have basic
weapons and armor, as it will keep you alive longer. Just make
sure that the blue shadows keep following you and you will eventually
get a Candy.
Items with value
If during the course of the game you find your characters
Lucre (funds) a bit low, go to the SS Bucaneer. Once there, make
your way to the lower deck area and enter the left door on the
bottom of the screen. This will put you in the forecastle. Here
and in the next room are the Polter Box enemies (which resemble
a treasure chest). The Polter Box frequently drops three different
valuable crystals. The Sun and Moon crystals each sell for 750
Lucre. The Glow crystal sells for 1,000 Lucre. Go in and out of
the room to bring the enemies back as many times as needed. If
you have not got the SS Bucaneer, yet go to the second floor of
the Bone Fortress and fight the Kid Dragon at that location. He
will ocassionally drop a Dragon Steak, which is worth 1,000 Lucre.
The Kid Dragon will also drop Dragon Breath which is very useful
in tempering swords and sells for 300 Lucre.
In the town where you have to sell lamps for someone,
you will encounter small caveman-type people that only speak with
the following words.
Two player duel
Dud: No, goodbye
Gug: All other creatures
Da: Light or stars
Dubababa: Many or very
Bub: Do not understand
If you want to fight a friend, travel to Geo and go
to the uppermost dot. Enter the building and go past Sotherbee
into the basement. Continue down once more and talk to the Garlic
Guy. You can fight against an NPC or a friend's character.
Forge and temper strong swords
To forge either a one handed sword with an attack power
of 245 or a two handed sword with an attack power of 307 you will
need the following items.
One piece of Orihalcon (this method may work with other metals
but the resulting weapon may be weaker). Note: There are apparently
multiple types of Orihalcon ore in the game. They range in strength
(all attack figures come from a one handed Halcsword) from an
attack power of 28 or 35, all the way to 75. Which one you are
likely to receive depends on your character's luck level and possibly
the difficulty level of the game. Also having a pet Polter Box
(a poltergeist class monster whose synch ability makes enemies
drop rare items more often) in your party may be helpful.
Five Gold Coins from each of the eight Elemental Spirits (Wisp,
Shade, Jinn, etc.).
Five Bottles of Dragon Blood.
Five Bottles of Holy Water.
One Vial of Dragon Breath.
Note: The following instructions will assume that a one handed
Orihalcon sword is to be forged and tempered.
Forge your Orihalcon into the HalcSword with attack power 75.
General forging and tempering tips
Go to the "Temper a Weapon" option.
Start off by tempering your weapon with the Elemental Spirit Gold
Coins. The order you temper your weapon with them is extremely
important. If done correctly, six of your elemental essence markers
will be active. If done in an incorrect order only four will be
Apply the Shade Elemental Spirit Coins first. Temper the sword
with all five coins or until three Shade Elemental Cards (Mystic
Powers on the weapons status screen) appear and have been applied
to your weapon. This will raise your attack power by approximately
10 points, raise the sword's Shade Essence Level to 4 and give
it the Shade Elemental Essence Marker.
Now that you have finished with Shade, apply the rest of the coins
the same way in the following order: Salamander, Jinn, Dryad,
Wisp, Aura, Gnome, and Undine. When you have done this the sword
will have approximately 140 attack power.
Note: If you want to try changing Plunge Attacks, now is the time
to do it. If you try it later it will negatively effect your attack
power and waste your materials.
Next, temper the sword with the five bottles of Dragons Blood
or until three God of War Cards have appeared. This will raise
your swords bonus stats slightly and increase attack power.
Then, temper your sword with the five bottles of Holy Water or
until three Cleric Cards have appeared. The first Cleric Card
will lower your attack power slightly. Ignore that because the
second will increase that attack power moderately and the third
card will boost it greatly, so that the swords attack power is
Finally, to get your sword's attack power up to 245, temper it
once with a Vial of Dragon Breath.
Mystic Power Cards seem to work best in threes. For
example, where one Cleric Card would have a slightly negative
effect on attack power, three greatly increases it. The God of
War Card only gives a slight boost in raw power if one is used.
If three are used it is raised by 10 (the God of War Card works
well on all types of Orihalcon Armor).
Plunge Attacks on your weapon can be changed. For instance, the
Sun Crystal's Card, Sun God (you may need three applications of
this card in a row) will change one of your plunge attacks (on
the one handed Orihalcon sword) to Sunlight, which will still
only do medium damage but will also be incredibly effective against
the undead. Some items will change the amount of damage (from
medium to large, etc). Save before you experiment - you may get
results you do not like, and will want to load that saved data.
Forging a strong attack weapon
First, forge a weapon out of any (good) material. For
example, make a spear out of LorimarIron. Next, make sure you
have at least 3 silver coins of each element. You will also need
42 Glow Crystals and 16 Chaos Crystals. You can find the Crystals
at the SS Buccaneer from the Poulter Boxes. It also helps to have
a Poulter Box with you as a pet. You can sell the Sun/Moon Crystals
you find to buy the Glow/Chaos Crystals you cannot find. For each
element, use this order in tempering your weapon:
3 Glow Crystals
1 Chaos Crystal
2 Silver Coins
2 Glow Crystals
1 Chaos Crystal
1 Silver Coin
Then, add the last 2 Glow Crystals when you finish with the last
element. In the example, it resulted in a LorimarIron Spear that
had 195 Attack power.
Best weapons and armor without tempering
Go to Mekiv Caverns and move to the room with the egg
(oddity). Go in and out when there is nothing in the room. Stay
and fight the Land Dragon when it appears repeatedly. It will
eventually drop Dragon Scales. Make a weapon or armor with it.
It is possible to get a knife with a power of 89.
Polter Box quick items
Standing near your Polter Box produces an "electric"
bolt that appears connected toyou and your box's crystal. This
shares the special abilities of you and your box. You will gain
the rare item finding ability, as long as that bolt is active.
Note: you will not get experience while doing this.
Easy finding ability for monsters
To get the finding ability of your monsters to 99 quickly,
feed the following to them in order: Gold Clover, Pine O' Clock,
Gold Clover. You can get 4 points on every level, and max out
before level 36.
Learn how good your monster is
To find out if your pet is good or not (in attacks,
defense, offense, rarity, etc.), just go to sell the monster and
look at the price. If the monster is good, it can be sold at prices
over 300 Lucre. If it is not that good, it will cost less. It
will then be your choice to keep it or not. You can also earn
a lot of money this way. Note: This cannot be done with eggs.
You cannot find Demi-Human eggs. They do not exist.
You may come across a Demi-Human creature who offers to join you.
Accepting the offer is the only way to get an Demi-Human creature
for a pet. Once enlisted, these can be treated like any other
pet, and they take up one of your five pet slots. They will not
join you if you already have a pet or Golem in your party. You
can encounter a Chobin Hood in one of the random pathways in the
Jungle, a Mad Mallard near where you fight the Axebeaks in Duma
Desert, and a Tomato Man at the entrance of Norn Peaks.
You can get a Succubus demi-human pet in the Fieg Snowfields.
However, it will not join if you have a Golem or Pet with you.
Quick growing tech
Walking about on the world map greatly increases the
speed that your Orchard and Trent will grow. Simply walk from
one end of the world map and back a few times.
At the beginning of the game, when you gain control
of your character, you can explore the house. Outside the home
is a Sproutling who gives you an artifact. However, you can ignore
it by trying to get out of the map without talking to it. When
you repeat this six times, Sproutling will begin the conversation
immediately. Note: If this is done, the "Sproutling"
section in the Character Tome will not be filled in.
Hit a monster non-stop
Hit a monster once and do not hit again until slightly
after you would normally hit it a normally attack sequence. If
timed correctly, you will repeat the same attack that was just
completed. For example, if you are holding a staff, your attack
would resemble 1-2-3-4-rest-1-2-3-4-rest. However, if you time
your hits slightly after each other, they will resemble 1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-etc.
This type of attack will also immobilize most monsters and Bosses
(except when they are about to do a special move). You cannot
do this attacks that use [Square].
"Final Fantasy Adventure
"Sometimes during the game you will receive an item
called "Topple Cotton". Topple is the first town you
visit in Final Fantasy Adventure on the Game Boy.
There are also other items referring to Final Fantasy Adventure.
Some of these are IshePlatinum, which refers to the town of Ish/Ishe,
MenosBronze, referring to Menos, and WendelSilver, referring to
Additionally, the shopkeeper and some of the monsters resemble
their counterparts in Final Fantasy Adventure.
"Final Fantasy reference
"In Geo, at the gates of the Academy Of Magic, there
is a little statue of the original Vivi, from the early Final
Fantasy games. Stay to the left of the screen to see it.
Some characters' names differ from their Japanese versions.