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Legend of Dragoon-
Final addition
To get the final addition for all characters except Miranda and Shana, master the previous ones. You will get their 7-hit master combo. Most of them gain SP of over 100 and damage over 400 %.

Easy way to master additions
Go to the Forest near Seles. Go to the area where the Merchant was located (with small rabbit-like creatures) and just run around. The battles happen quickly in this area and your opponents are easy to kill.

Easy experience
If you are at the Phantom Ship, stay there. Run into the blue flames and fight them. You will get experience easily.

Ultimate Wargod
You can buy an Ultimate Wargod in Lohan. It makes your additions perform perfectly without any penalty. It may cost 10,000, which may be very hard to get at this point in the game. However, it makes battles much easier and your Dragoons will still level up.

The following trick allows you to heal without a Mind or Body Purifieron stock. Later on in the game when you have Dragoon Spirits, turn Dragoon and the status will be gone.

Temple traps
When you are in the temple looking for the Dragoni plant to save Shana on Disc 1, there are several traps set to delay you progress. The first is a number combination -- the combo is 352. Almost directly after that are two statues that must be turned in the correct direction to allow you to reach the top of the stairs. There statues are gold and stone. Leave the gold statue facing the front and turn the stone statue to the left. As soon as this is done, you can run up the stairs to find help for Shana.

Free water bottle
When you reach the town of Lohan, you must save Shana. To do this you will need to get a bottle to hold water. After speaking with Dabas, go down the stairs to reach the ground level of the town. When you do this, a merchant will get your attention. He has a bottle, but wants to sell it for an amazingly high price. Keep telling him to take down the price he will eventually offer it for 100g. Select the second choice of "..." and the merchant will give you the bottle for free.

Defeating S.Virage
Wait until it uses up its ten lives. Just make sure all your characters have a high HP before its final attack, which does a lot of damage.

Defeating the Dead Captain and 4 Dead Knights
When you get to the end of the Ghost Ship, you have to defeat the Dead Captain of the ship and the 4 Dead Knights. However, if you kill one of them after a certain amount of time they will come back to life with full health. Get all of the Knights and the Captain to a red health meter. Once they are low enough, use either Dart's Explosion ability or Kongol's Grand Stream and Meteor Strike magic abilities. Also, if you have any of your Dragoon Spirts to level 5 you can use their Dragon ability to make sure they are defeated.

Defeating the second Viarge Boss
You will have to fight a stronger Viarge Boss in the Gravity Breakdown Valley. Take out his left hand (the hand on the right side of the screen) first and he will not be able to do his instant death attack until it returns. After you take out his left hand, concentrate on his head. If his hand comes back, destroy it again. You will win the battle after doing 1,600 damage to his head. Here is a list of how much health each part has:

Head: 1600 HP
Left Arm: 320 HP
Right Arm: 320 HP
Body: 600 HP

Dragoon Stone Locations
You start with his stone at the beginning of the game but you cannot use it until you defeat Kongol at the Battle of Hoax.

To get the Lavitz Dragoon stone, you have to defeat the Green Tusked Dragon and the man who turns into the Jade Dragoon. Albert will then inherit the Lavitz Dragoon stone at the end of the Disc 1.

You will get Shana's Dragoon stone after getting to the temple and defeating the Bandit. Then answer the questions that the ghost asks you. Miranda will inherit Shana's Dragoon stone on the Disc 3.

After defeating Kongol at the Battle of Hoax you will get Rose with her Dragoon stone.

You will get Haschel's Dragoon stone after defeating Emperor Doyle at the end of Disc 1.

You will get Meru's Dragoon stone after defeating the Blue Sea Dragon and Lenus.

After you get Kongol go back to the City of Loan and walk to where the man who sold you the bottle is located. You will automatically walk up to him. After talking he will sell Kongol's Dragoon stone for 1,000G.

Character: Dart
Infinite HP 800BAEFC 270F
Infinite MP 800BAEFE 03E7
Infinite SP 800BAF00 03E7
Max Level 300BAF06 003C
Max Dragoon Level 300BAF07 0005
Quick Level Gain 800BAEF4 FFFF
In-Party Modifier 300BAEF8 00??
Equipped Weapon Modifier 300BAF08 00??
Equipped Helmet Modifier 300BAF09 00??
Equipped Body Modifier 300BAF0A 00??
Equipped Legs Modifier 300BAF0B 00??
Equipped Accessory Modifier 300BAF0C 00??
Equipped Addition To Perform In-Battle (00-06) 300BAF0D 00??
Max Addition Slot 1 Level 300BAF0E 0063
Max Addition Slot 2 Level 300BAF0F 0063
Max Addition Slot 3 Level 300BAF10 0063
Max Addition Slot 4 Level 300BAF11 0063
Max Addition Slot 5 Level 300BAF12 0063
Max Addition Slot 6 Level 300BAF13 0063
Max Addition Slot 7 Level 300BAF14 0063
Max Addition Slot 1 Exp 300BAF16 0063
Max Addition Slot 2 Exp 300BAF17 0063
Max Addition Slot 3 Exp 300BAF18 0063
Max Addition Slot 4 Exp 300BAF19 0063
Max Addition Slot 5 Exp 300BAF1A 0063
Max Addition Slot 6 Exp 300BAF1B 0063
Max Addition Slot 7 Exp 300BAF1C 0063
Max HP 800BE65E 270F

--All Character Dart GS codes above submitted by Gameguy540

Quantity Digits to Accompany Item Modifier Codes
00 - Broad Sword
01 - Bastard Sword
02 - Heat Blade
03 - Falchion
04 - Mind Crush
05 - Fairy Sword
06 - Claymore
07 - Soul Eater
08 - Axe
09 - Tomahawk
0A - Battle Axe
0B - Great Axe
0C - Indora's Axe
0D - Rapier
0E - Shadow Cutter
0F - Dancing Dagger
10 - Flamberge
11 - Gladius
12 - Dragon Buster
13 - Demon Stiletto
14 - Spear
15 - Lance
16 - Glaive
17 - Spear Of Terror
18 - Partisan
19 - Halberd
1A - Twister Glaive
1B - Short Bow
1C - Sparkle Arrow
1D - Long Bow
1E - Bemusing Arrow
1F - Virulent Arrow
20 - Detonate Arrow
21 - Arrow Of Force
22 - Mace
23 - Morning Star
24 - War Hammer
25 - Heavy Mace
26 - Basher
27 - Pretty Hammer
28 - Iron Knuckle
29 - Beast Fang
2A - Diamond Claw
2B - Thunder Fist
2C - Destroyer Mace
2D - Brass Knuckle
2E - Razor Armor
2F - Scale Armor
30 - Chain Mail
31 - Plate Mail
32 - Saint Armor
33 - Red DG Armor
34 - Jade DG Armor
35 - Lion Fur
36 - Breast Plate
37 - Giganto Armor
38 - Gold DG Armor
39 - Disciple Vest
3A - Warrior Dress
3B - Master's Vest
3C - Energy Girdle
3D - Violet DG Armor
3E - Cross
3F - Leather Jacket
40 - Silver Vest
41 - Spakle Dress
42 - Robe
43 - Silver DG Armor
44 - Dark DG Armor
45 - Blue DG Armor
46 - Armor of Yore
47 - Satori Vest
48 - Rainbow Dress
49 - Angel Robe
4A - Armor Of Legend
4C - Bandana
4D - Sallet
4E - Armet
4F - Knight Helm
50 - Giganto Helm
51 - Soul Headband
52 - Felt Hat
53 - Cape
54 - Tiara
55 - Jeweled Crown
56 - Rose' Hair Band
58 - Phoenix Plume
59 - Legend Casque
5A - Dragon Helm
5B - Magical Hat
5D - Leather Boots
5E - Iron Kneepiece
5F - Combat Shoes
60 - Leather Shoes
61 - Soft Boots
62 - Stardust Boots
63 - Magical Leaf
64 - Dancer's Shoes
65 - Bandit's Shoes
67 - Poison Guard
68 - Active Ring
69 - Protector
6A - Panic Guard
6B - Stun Guard
6C - Bravery Amulet
6D - Magic Ego Bell
6E - Destone Amulet
6F - Power Wrist
70 - Knight Shield
71 - Magical Ring
72 - Spiritual Ring
73 - Attack Badge
74 - Guard Badge
75 - Giganto Ring
76 - Elude Cloak
77 - Spirit Cloak
78 - Sage's Cloak
79 - Physical Ring
7A - Amulet
7B - Wargod's Sash
7C - Spirit Ring
7D - Therapy Ring
7E - Magical Ring
7F - Wargod's Amulet
80 - Talisman
82 - Holy Ankh
83 - Dancer's Ring
85 - Bandit's Ring
86 - Red-Eye Stone
87 - Jade Stone
88 - Silver Stone
89 - Darkness Stone
8A - Blue Sea Stone
8B - Violet Stone
8C - Golden Stone
8E - Ruby Ring
8F - Sapphire Pin
90 - Rainbow Earring
92 - Emerald Earring
94 - Platinum Collar
95 - Phantom Shield
96 - Dragon Shield
97 - Angel Scarf
98 - Bracelet
99 - Fake Power Wrist
9A - Fake Shield
9C - Wargod Calling
9D - Ultimate Wargod
C1 - Detonate Rock
C2 - Spark Net
C3 - Burn Out
C5 - Pellet
C6 - Spear Frost
C7 - Spinning Gale
C8 - Attack Ball
C9 - Trans Light
CA - Dark Mist
CB - Healing Potion
CC - Depetrifier
CD - Mind Purifier
CE - Body Purifier
CF - Thunderbolt
D0 - Meteor Fall
D1 - Gushing Magma
D2 - Dancing Ray
D3 - Spirit Potion
D4 - Panic Bell
D6 - Fatal Blizzard
D7 - Stunning Hammer
D8 - Black Rain
D9 - Poison Needle
DA - Midnight Terror
DC - Rave Twister
DD - Total Vanishing
DE - Angel's Prayer
DF - Charm Potion
E0 - Pandemonium
E1 - Recovery Ball
E3 - Magic Shield
E4 - Material Shield
E5 - Sun Rhapsody
E6 - Smoke Ball
E7 - healing Fog
E8 - Magic Sig Stone
E9 - Healing Rain
EA - Moon Serenade
EB - Power Up
EC - Power Down
ED - Speed Up
EE - Speed Down
F0 - Sachet
F1 - Psyche Bomb
F2 - Burning Wave
F3 - Frozen Jet
F4 - Down Burst
F5 - Gravity Rubber
F6 - Spectral Flash
F7 - Night Raid
F8 - Flash Hall
F9 - Healing Breeze
FA - Psyche BombX

Legend of Mana-
Secret sword
Have a saved game from SaGa Frontier 2 on the same memory card as the one used for Legend Of Mana. Enter the save screen, highlight the SaGa Frontier 2 file, then exit out of the save screen. Enter Bone Fortress and head toward the bridge where you fought the DeathBringer. There will be two skeletons at that location. Approach them and you will fight DeathBringer 2. After defeating it, you will get the strongest sword from SaGa Frontier 2.

Get a Chocobo
To get a Chocobo as a pet, have a saved game from Final Fantasy 8 on the same memory card as the one used for Legend Of Mana. Enter the save screen, highlight the Final Fantasy 8 file, then exit out of the save screen. When you catch a bird egg in the eastern section of Domina it should hatch into a Chocobo.

Get "Fastest Wheel"
Complete the "Catchin' Lilipeas" quest and have a saved game from Chocobo Racing on the same memory card as the one used for Legend Of Mana. Enter the save screen, highlight the Chocobo Racing file, then exit out of the save screen. Go to Polpota Harbor. On the Polpota Harbor map screen Skippy, the thin big eared creature from the "Catchin' lilipeas" and "Huntin' Du'cate" quests, will appear and hand you a ring item called "Fastest Wheel".

Shadow Zero mini-game
Successfully complete the "Jewel hunter" quests (The Lost Princess, The Flame of Hope, Drowned Dreams, The Looking-Glass Tower, The Lucky Clover, Cosmo, Two Pearls, Alexandrite, Flourite, and Tear Drop Crystal). When those events are finished, go to the bar in Domina on Salamander day. You should see a Shadow Zero standing near the counter. Talk to him to play the game.

Land Bopper mini-game
Get nine lands in full view on the world map (which should resemble a slanted tic-tac-toe board). Then, hold L1 button for approximately four seconds to get the Land Bopper start screen to appear.

New Game + feature
Successfully complete the game, then load the game that is next to a music symbol. This will give you a "New Game +" feature. This game allows access to your old level, items, weapons, and instruments. When you start out in your home, go to the study (the room to the right down the stairs). Find the encyclopedias and go to the "Forbidden Tome".

Rename items
While on the menu screen, enter the equip menu. Select the item of your choice, select the status of the item, and press X(2) on the item. A name creation screen will appear, allowing you to enter the name of your choice.

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 place 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.

Two player duel
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.

Monster eggs
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.

Locations of different types of monster eggs
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 as follows:

Aerial egg: Luon Highway (Boss location), Norn Peaks (nowhere special 1)
Aquatic eggs: Madora Beach (extreme right of area), SS Buccaneer (lowest room)
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 location)
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.
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 your adventures.
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.

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:

Mailbox: Home
Color Blocks: Domina
Wheel: Luon Highway
Jade Egg: Mekiv Caverns
Stone Eye: Lake Kilma
Flame: Gato Grottoes
Medallion: Jungle
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

Word translations
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:

Dub: Yes
Dud: No, goodbye
Duba: You
Duda: Me
Dubba: Friends
Buba: Dudbear
Gug: All other creatures
Da: Light or stars
Ba: Night
Dudda: Lamp
Dubababa: Many or very
Du: Little
Baba: Music
Dada: Please
Gak: Displeasure
Bub: Do not understand

General forging and tempering tips
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.

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