Lunar: Eternal Blue Frequently Asked Questions

Last modified:  June 4, 1996

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        I just got the Red Dragon Anger spell from Ruby's cave, and have
        used it a few times, but it doesn't impress me. does it do
        something extra that makes it worth 99 magic points a shot? So
        far all it does is cause about 150-200 points of damage to each
        enemy on screen.  Hiro can do better than that with Battalion
        Sword for only 20 or so magic points.  What gives?  Also, what
        does Black Dragon Shield do? I have yet to see an effect of
        that one. From the name it sounds like a defensive spell, but
        so far it has been less than effective in protecting the party
        from anything.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ Working Designs):
        Red Dragon Anger and Black Dragon Shield are pretty useless
        compared to other magics you could use instead.  All dragon
        magics are 99 (unless you have the Snake Ring, which makes them
        49), regardless of their power.  Black Dragon Shield is
        supposed to protect you from magic attacks, but it never worked
        that well for me.  And, as you stated, Red Dragon Anger is too
        expensive compared to other "regular" magics.  

Trick (courtest of
        Here is a cheap trick I've found to get some quick cash in
        certain areas of Lunar: Eternal Blue.  Just before leaving the
        tower of Azado, have Leo give everything he's carrying to Ruby.
        No one in your party can equip his sword, but you can sell it,
        and the other stuff is quite useful.  Leo will then leave your
        party for a while, and when he comes back a bit later, he has
        all new gear.  You can rip him off in this manner at least two
        more times in Pentagulia, just before freeing the last member
        of your party from the towers, and just before entering the
        second floor of the Pentagulia shrine.  He doesn't seem to
        mind, and keeps getting new gear each time, but I almost felt
        guilty about taking advantage of him like this...

        I'm having a really hard time beating Zophar in his final form.
        Anyone have any tips on beating him? Especially regarding that
        annoying Hell Wave attack?  And I thought Borgan was hard!
Answer (revised with how I did it):
        OK, there were older instructions here, but I didn't use them
        to beat Zophar myself, so I figured I'd use my own instructions
        as I have used them myself (not that the old ones didn't work
        though).  First of all, it helps to load your characters up
        with as many Silver Lights as possible going into the final
        battles with Zophar.  Also, make sure Hiro has the Phoenix Mail
        and someone other than Ronfar has the Phoenix Ring if you got
        it from the Dragon's Nest.  These items provide the wearers
        with Revive Magic, which can bring back the dead (Ronfar can
        cast it without needing anything special equipped by this point
        in the game).  Angel Tears, which also revive the dead, could
        be useful too, but I didn't use them myself.  This said, here's
        how I beat Omni-Zophar:

        Hiro: Poe Sword Zophar's right arm (the one at the bottom of
        the screen) until it dies, then go after his head.  Occaisional
        Starlight/Silver Light, and use Revive Magic to bring back the
        dead if needed.

        Leo: Flash Blade Zophar's right arm until it dies, then go
        after the head.  Occaisional Starlight/Silver Light, and if he
        has the Phoenix Ring, Revive Magic as needed.

        Ronfar:  First round use Althena Litany, every round after that
        use Tranquil Litany.  Watch his MP closely, if it drops below
        45 (w/o the Snake Ring) use a Starlight or Silver Light on him
        immediately!  If needed, have him cast Revive Magic on any
        dead, but only do this if no one else in your party can.

        Jean:  Blue Dragon Vigor/Attack the right arm, then go after
        the head like with Leo and Hiro.  Also occiasional Starlight/
        Silver Light and/or Revive Magic if she can cast it.

        Lemina:  Pressure Cooker constantly on his head.  This lowers
        its level, making it easier to finish off when you get to it.
        Lemina was also my first choice to use a Starlight or Silver
        Light as Pressure Cooker does the the least amount of raw
        damage of all the spells here.  The Revive Magic rules also
        apply to her, in the same way as for the Starlights/Silver

        OK, now that you know what spells to use, the final problem is
        the infamous Hell Wave.  What you do is look for a little dark
        shadow on the ground, which is usually accompanied with a
        forboding sound as well.  This shadow shows where Zophar is
        going to cast Hell Wave.  If it appears near his head, run away
        using the DFND option on the battle menus.  If it appears far
        from his head, have everyone attack the head with their
        weapons.  Sometimes your characters may not get away though.
        This is where Revive Magic comes in.  However, most of your
        characters should be able to escape.  At one point I lost all
        my characters except Ronfar, and I was able to still defeat
        Zophar thanks to Revive Magic.

Information (courtesty of Mike Reynolds,with a small correction by me):
        People seem to be confused about Lucia's Tear. Lucia's Tear is
        in the Dragon's Nest, I think the confusion is because it
        doesn't show up until the Epilogue. If you go through Dragon's
        Nest during the normal quest you can get Phoenix Ring. Go back
        to Dragon's Nest in the Epilogue and you'll find Lucia's Tear
        in the chest the Phoenix Ring was in (the one surronded by gold
        and jewels).

        Similarly, you can get a Snake Ring from Lion's Head during the
        normal quest. But if you go back during the Epilogue you can
        get the awesome Dimension Ring, which lets you attack 2 more
        times than usual. Equip the Dimension Ring and Lucia's Tear to
        the same character (preferably Leo or Hiro) and get ready to
        kick some serious butt!  Equipping the Dimension Ring, Lucia's
        Tear, and Althena's Sword (duh) to Hiro makes the fight with
        the Star Dragon a cakewalk, since you can take around 2000 hit
        points off him in one round if you get some heavy attacks.
        Just use Althena's sword to heal when necessary.

        So it pays to do the Lion's Head and Dragon's Nest in *both*
        quests, even though the Dragon's Nest is a b***h the first time

Question (more on Zophar):
        Ok folks...  this is just too much.  I hear all these
        complaints about the _second_ time you have to fight Zophar...
        I personally do not see the possibility in it.  I have to use
        ALL of my Starlights and all by one Silver Light to regain
        everyones magic (and Ronfar's isn't even completly full)!  So,
        if nothing else...  I don't see how it is going to be possible
        for me to win the second time -- unless I am healed after the
        first fight!
        So, I have two questions...

        (1)  Do I even have a chance?  If not...I'm not going to
        bother -- I'll just start over (not something I am particularly
        found of, but what choice do I have).
        (2)  If I do have a chance...  How the heck do I kill Zophar --
        the first time!?  He always casts his BAD DREAM right off, and
        I don't have time to heal or WD Protect before he hits me
        again -- so I lose one Angel Ring (on everyone but Hiro)!  Then
        I keep hitting him with Poe Sward, Leo's first attack and BD 
        Vigor/ATK -- with Ronfar healing constatly and Lemina casting
        WDP every other attack.
        I know that it takes more than three rounds to kill him -- but
        that's how many chances I have with WDP and even then, Zophar
        will attack 2 people so it is a waste to cast WDP again -- so
        two people die when Zolphar attacks again!
        Oh yea the one in Zophar's lair at level 43! (hehe) Hiro should
        be a lot higher than that.  I'd say about 45.  And...  even
        though Lemina's Magic Shield doesn't compare to WD protect, but
        it works.  That saved me even on the SECOND Zophar many times.
        Here's how I did it, but you seem skilled to be able to weasle
        by the bosses and go to there at level 43!

        Hiro:  level 46, Poe Sword every time, occasinal Starlight/
        Silver Light on others.  Also had the Snake Ring and cast WD
        Protect whenever you see a "halo" or "disco ball" near Zophar's
        head (these tip you off to his nastiest spells, Bad Dream and
        Ultra Vortex).

        Ronfar:  level 44, Althena Litany 1st turn, Tranquil Litany
        every other turn after.

        Jean:  level 43, Blue Dragon Vigor, fighting, and occaisional
        Starlight/Silver Light.

        Lemina:  level 44, Pressure Cooker and occaisionaly Starlight/
        Silver Light.

        Leo: level 46, Flash Blade and occaisional Starlights/Silver

        Ok...I finally beat the Sentry and I got the Dragon Eye, but
        where is the second one?  Hiro's father said that I have seen
        it before somewhere (or so it seems), but I do not remember it!
        Is it already at the Star Tower, or out in the world somewhere?
        I  would appreciate any help!
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        One eye is in the Dragon Ruins from the beginning of the game
        (the one Hiro didn't get before he fell), the other is in the
        Sunken Tower Nall tells you about near the White Dragon's cave.

        Where is the Black Dragon Cave?  Borgan said it was in the
        Zaback Mines, but I searched around the mines attached to
        Neo-Vane and didn't find anything.  Could someone please direct
        me to this cave?
Answer (courtesy of Nicholas Pappas):
        It is on the level just under/over the first level you appear
        on when entering the mines from the Neo-Vane Transport City.  I
        do not remember if the stairs take you up or down, but take the
        stairs and then the door to the Black Dragon Cave will be
        _immediatly_ to your left (in the next corridor), you just have
        to get there.
        The door doesn't show up very well, which is probobly why you
        didn't see it.  I didn't know that a door was present until I
        was right on top of it (I thought I had hit a dead end at
        Good Luck!  (Stock up on Dover Nuts!) :)

        Can some kind soul (hello Vic) please tell me how to kill the 
        Snow Mongrels?  These bastards always ran away. 
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        You need pretty high levels and the luck of an attack advantage
        (it'll say "ADVANTAGE" when the battle starts, that gives you
        first crack at them).  IF you get that, use Poe Sword and
        whatever the strongest attack spells everyone else has to take
        as much damage on ONE as possible (group spells only dispel the
        attack and will pretty much guarantee you won't kill one). 
        Equipping a Shiro tail might help.

        They're worth it, though.  GREAT experience.

        I can't find the port town to take me to Pentagulia.  When I
        leave western Nota (the side without a temple to Althena)
        Ronfar says we need to head north to a port town called Azado
        that will.  Anyway I leave and head north up this little pass
        through the moutains.  I come to a cave and inside is a town
        named Zulan.  Then I killed the missing link and I am now very
        stumped!  I've walked around for literally hours looking for
        the way on but there is none.  I can't go back south because
        I've already been there and there is no port town there and I
        can't go north because the trail stops there.  Nobody gives me
        clues except for Ronfar saying lets go north when we leave Nota
        for the port.  However that is impossible because there is no
        port town.  I've even explored the entire snow cave complex in
        hopes of finding a way through to continue north.
Answer 1 (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        You're looking for Azado.  The Snow town you're in is Zulan.
        IF you finished off the Missing Link, there should be a cave
        passage open just Down and to the Right of the cave entrance
        that led to the Missing Link.  Some kids were blocking it
Answer 2 (courtesy of Nichoas Pappas):
        You are on the right path!  You need to kill the Missing Link
        (save the city) and then you need to head out of the city via
        the WESTERN exit!
        There are a total of three exits from the city.  The first is
        where you come in, the second takes you to the mountains, the
        third takes you towards Nota.
        Head out that way and you should be able to get to the city as
        long as you follow the paths.

        How do I beat the Star Dragon?  I can't seem to heal myself
        fast enough, and I'm running out of Dover Nuts fast.
Answer (courtesy of David D'Auria):
        Ok, I guess you forgot about the same thing I did.  Do you
        remember Althena's Sword?  You know that it can be used to heal
        you in battle, right?  Basically, use the sword to heal and
        attack when you have alot of HP.  Since you can use it with out
        limit there's no point in using nuts.

        How can I get the Lunar art book?
Answer (courtesy of Phil Theobald):
        The ISBN # is: ISBN4-89052-662-5.  The title is mostly in
        Japanese, but the English part is called Lunar I/II The Silver
        Star & Eternal Blue.  The publisher is Softbank Books.  This
        book is frickin' beautiful.  I paid $60 for it, and it's worth
        every penny.  I really don't feel that I have to praise this
        book.  Any true Lunar fan should be more than willing to drop
        sixty bucks on this thing.  Get it!  You shall not regret it.

        After winning the tournament, I pushed the buttons a little too
        quickly and missed the directions to the Blue Dragon Pagoda.
        This was complicated by the fact that I missaved while trudging
        back to the dojo city... I tryto keep a slot or two saved
        before some of the cooler cinemas to show off to my friends -
        dumb, in a practical sense i know but the aesthetic must win
        out sometimes even in video games.  Anyway, can someone give me
        the lowdown on the pavilion location?  I've tried around the
        river, on the island and even everywhere the Destiny can take
        me and no immediate signs... help me or Zophar may win!!!
Answer (courtesy of Nichoas Pappas):
        The Blue Dragon Cave is _directly_ North of the Hidden City --
        but you have to take the Destiny, since it is across the sea.
        Head back to the Destiny and get back onto the Sea (at the city
        you first arived at) -- head SOUTH-EAST.
        There are few areas that the Destiny can get through, so it is
        just a matter of finding the right path out of the two or three
        available.  There is a way there -- so make sure that you
        weasel your way through those tight fitting spots!
        Also -- the Fiend is an effort to defeat...  you may want to
        visit Meribia before you head in!

        Could somebody tell me what the four dragon spells do?
Answer (courtesy of Nichoas Pappas):
        Yes... again.  The Red Dragon Anger will damage everything on
        the screen.  While useful against bosses who have multiple
        "parts" to them -- the 99 magic points that it costs can be
        used much more effectivly in some other way.

        So, all you wanted to know was what the Black Dragon Shield
        spell got all the others down.  :)
        The BD Shield spell is almost as useless as RD Anger.  It acts
        kinda like Lucia's Soul Rush -- but costs 99 Magic Points.  It
        only works on "normal" enimies, which makes it really
        ineffective since you can cast Hiro's Dark Sword spell (for 30)
        and do the same thing for less.

        Where is the Epilogue?
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        It sounds like you've missed the Epilogue entirely.  After the
        credits roll and the game resets (or any time after you've beat
        the game), select "CONTINUE" from the title screen and you'll
        have a NEW option called "Epilogue" that will let you wander
        the countryside and tie up all the loose ends from the story.
        If you check out everything, it adds 4-6 hours to the game, and
        you get another end anime and new credits (longer, more
        complete) with the outtakes coming up after "THE END" has been
        on the screen for 2 minutes.

        Sorry if this has been asked already. I am in the Forest of
        Illusion.  I have made it to the clearing and found the
        traveling carnival. Now, however, I can't go any farther
        because of a thicket of thorns and a hole in the floor of the
        next opening. I've talked to everyone in the carnival & know
        that there is something in the woods probably about to attack.
        Is there another path past the clearing or did I miss something
        I needed to advance? Any hints or help will be gratefully
        accepted. Thanks in advance.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        You've probably already figured this out, but talk to EVERYONE
        in the group at least twice, both inside and outside the
        caravan coaches.  Then, try to get in the tree at the top

        I'm trying to find the children after meeting Nall.  I think
        the right way to go is going in the sewers and that's where I
        am.  When I save it says (something) Sewers 2.  I need help
        desperatly.  ThanX!
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        You're in the right area, just keep exploring.

        BTW I wonder if anybody was as surprised to learn about
        Althena's suicide as I was.

        Huh?  What Suicide?
Answer (courtesy of David D'Auria):
        Well, It all depends on your point of view.  (Of that
        particular part of the plot Lunar:EB.)  In general it could be
        said that any goddess choosing to become mortal is an act of
        suicide.  Remember that Althena chose to remain as Luna.  As
        Althena she was a goddess and immortal.  As the human Luna she
        was quite mortal.  Her decision to become truely human had one
        irrevocable result, she died.  When I think of suicide I think
        of an act that results in the death of the one doing the
        action.  In effect, by becoming mortal in the first place she
        allowed herself to die.  (If she hadn't made herself mortal she
        would still be around.)  So, from a particular point of view a
        goddess deciding to become totally human and also gain all 
        human weakness is, in effect, suicide.

        Help!  I've cured Mauri but don't know where to go next.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Head into the door behind her in the Palace.  That's the Red
        Dragon's cave.

Information (courtesy of
        For all you people who have been posting about having blown
        through the epilogue in an hour, be warned, you are missing out
        on some cool items.  Many of the chests in the game reset in
        the epilogue.  Aside from the things in the Lion's Head and
        Dragon's Nest, I stumbled across something called a Sinistron
        in Zaback Mine, which can be used as a weapon by Ronfar and
        casts some kind of meteor shower spell.  After finding that in
        such an out of the way place, I had to back up and start
        searching all the other little treasure troves in the game.  So
        far, I have come across a Mystra Bracelet in the treasure cave
        near the Haunted Mansion which works like the Snake Ring for
        Lemina, and I plan to go back through the dragon caves next. If
        any of you come across any other cool hidden items out there,
        let me know.

        Well, i just finished the epilogue for Lunar II and heard the
        outtakes, they are pretty funny.  It makes me kinda curious as
        to the whole voice casting process.  I mean, how do you choose
        voice actors?  How long did it take?

        Also, the voice actor who played Ghaleon was the same who
        played Galem, no? It HAS to be, I'd recognize that cunningly
        evil voice anywhere.

        Seriously, the guy who playes Ghaleon is really good. Kinda
        reminds me of the guy who played Kagato in the English version
        of Tenchii Muyo...  hey...  *wonders*

        Also, Vic, have YOU ever played any parts? *grin* And, are any
        of the female characters in L:EB from previous games? I haven't
        been able to recognize any, and when I went back to check out
        CF2, I couldn't recognize exactly Laura's voice as being anyone

Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Ghaleon and Galem were played by two different actors, though I
        use them both quite frequently.  Actually, the actor that did
        Galem did Borgan on LUNAR:EB.  And you're right, gotta love
        that Ghaleon.  It was a BREEZE writing his parts because I
        identify with his character so much.

        I have done a few characters, but they were *always*
        uncredited, and shall remain so. :)  My primary vocation is 
        writer/director, definitely NOT actor.  Hehe...

        Where are the four ice chests in the White Dragon cave?  I
        can't find the one in the SW cave, the one with the
Answer (courtesy of Nicholas Pappas):
        This is a tough one, and I really can't help ya out by 
        saying -- "go here, here and here" -- since I just used the
        teleports until they took me where I needed to go! :) I can
        tell you that they do not always take you to the same place.
        If memory serves there are two teleports that you need to re-
        enter after you exit them.  Exactly where they are, I can not
        remember (sorry).  One thing that helped me were Dragonfly 
        Wings.  I got about 6 of those and whenever I got the chest I
        left!  Didn't want the pain of finding my way back out of any
        of those places.  :)

        When traveling through the mountain caves on way to Nota,
        something weird happened a few times.  During battles, one of
        my characters took a hit of 999, yet did not die, nor lose any
        of his/her hit points.  I don't think I'm at a level to
        withstand that force .
Answer (courtesy of
        It's a bug...  Reported as well (Vic knows about it but I don't
        think it is corrected in the 1.01 disk fix).

        It happens with a 'Banshee Foul' (or monster of the same type)
        does it's attack where it shoots it head at a party member.  If
        it does a -critical- hit (shows the stars) it will hit for 999,
        but your character will -gain- 1 hit point (even above max HP).

        I had this happen to Hiro in my game; he had 90/89 HP after
        that. :)

        Are the Dragon Ruins that Hiro starts the games in the same as
        the Star Dragon Tower?

        Grandpa Gwyn says that the Star Dragons Tower is int he Salayan
        Desert, but the only notable feature there is the Dragon Ruins.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD)
        The Salyan Desert extends beyond the Dragon Ruins past Larpa
        and Dalton.  
        The tower is NE of Dalton.

        Hey, Vic, any chance of having a music player or a Lunar 2
        music CD?
Answer (courtesy of
        There are already 3 music CDs of Lunar II. The First one is
        called 'Prelude' which has released even before the Game! It
        consists of two songs (one by Goddess Althena and the other by
        Lucia) and mostly Japanese drama (sound drama of course). The
        second one is called 'The Eternal Blue' which consists of two
        songs (one by Hiro and one by Lucia) and mostly BGM in the
        game.  The third one is "Lunatic Paradise I" which consists
        mostly drama and songs by Lemia and her stepfather, the Black

        I strongly recommend the second one. (though I have got the all

        I've gotten to the point of the game where Ghaleon has turned
        Hiro into a giant crystal.  Everyone keeps telling me to go to
        the Blue Spire, but how do I get there?  Ronfar suggested going
        to Dalton to rent a boat, but no one in Dalton is saying
        anything they weren't saying several hours earlier in the game.
        And once I figure out how to get there, which direction is it
Answer (courtesy of Bob Tomasevich)
        Use the ship you got from White Knight Leo to go to the Blue
        Spire and attempt to park the ship right in front of the Spire.
        The plot will go on from there.

        If you do it wrong, Ruby will say "But Lucia, Hiro's still on
        the ship and you shouldn't go on," or something to that effect.

        If you look at the map in the game manual, look at where Hiro's
        house is.  The Blue Spire is north of his house.

        Note that you can make it to the tower with Leo's ship, the
        path is just convoluted.

        I have heard these two things mentioned before, and have found
        them both in the game -- but have yet to figure out what they
        are for?  Am I sent to these places at a specific point...  or
        do I have a choice as to if I want to go in or not?  I tried
        them both -- only fought once in LH, wasn't too bad, but
        Dragon's Nest SUCKS!  I hope I don't need anything in these
        places for a LONG time -- so I can build everyone up.

        Are they worth the hassel?  I am in the Lion's Head right now
        and am not enjoying myself very much. :)  I am just wondering
        if my effort is worth the result...
        Do I get something REALLY usefull, or is it just something
Answer (courtesy of
        Yes it is -very- useful and helpful.  Just stick it out and
        you'll be glad you did.

        This may have been asked before, but I'm in need of help on 
        Lunar, so here goes!  I'm in the Haunted Mansion.  I've passed
        all the enemies that were defeated by using wind magic (the
        Imps).  I go through the door that is now able to be opened. 
        They talk about closing the shutters and something about the
        soul.  Anyway, when I fight the Susie Deaths I can't take any
        damage off of them.  I've tried looking around and everything,
        but can't figure this one out.  Someone help me... please!!
Answer (courtesy of Lemina Ausa):
        Oh them! They're Mega-easy! Just use sleep (Herbal Breeze),
        then kick them while they're down!  Now you shouln't be in such
        mega-big trouble and you can meet ME!...  _IF_ you pass a tiny
        test with a creature programed with an age old spell.

                           TROUBLE BUBBLE

        Where is Althena's Sword?
Answer (courtesy of
        Althena's Sword is given by Nall in the Epilogue. Find Nall in
        the "Big Tree."

        I need some help on the Zaback Mines.  I have passed through
        the mines to the town of Zaback, but where do I go next?  The
        people in the town talk of the Lion's Head in the west.  The
        guy by the Althena Statue tells you to go East.  There is also
        a transporter to Neo-Vane in the town.

        The mountains block the way west.  I don't have the key to open
        the Black Dragon's Cave.  The sea blocks the way East.  The
        Destiny has been disabled by the blast from Neo-Vane.  When I
        transport to Neo-Vane, Jean and Ronfar get thrown because they
        do not use magic.
Answer (courtesy of
        Go to Neo-Vane.  Let Jean and Ronfar get tossed.  Go into 
        Neo-Vane and talk to everyone.  In the north west of the town
        there are stairs leading to the slave mines.  Jean and Ronfar
        will end up in here.  Pick them up and then talk around to find
        out what to do.

        Could anyone tell me exactly where Dragon's Nest is? I can't
        seem to find it.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Dragon's Nest is near Raculi.  The path to it is just below
        the start of the path to Serak Palace.

        If your fighting mummies, the easy way to get rid of them is to
        attack the "head mummy," which is in a different color than the
        rest of the mummies.  Once he's dead, the rest of them follow.

        Hi.  I need help with Lunar II: Eternal Blue.  I am stuck in
        the mountain temple/fortress on the east side of the carnival
        site.  i.e. the characters crash landed there.  Please help me
        get through.  BTW, the blue warp passages work, but the red
        ones don't work.  (Do I need a key for these?)
Answer (courtesy of Nicholas Pappas):
        The temple is a treat.  What you need to do is find the correct
        combination of warps to get you out!  Someone warps don't
        always take you back to where you came (if memory serves you
        have to enter two different warp you exited from two time) --
        so you really have to remember where you've been.  The red
        gates are EXITs -- you can't do anything with them.

        Hey Vic, something has been bugging me about Lunar II.
        Currently, I am just past where I revived the Black Dragon, but
        I remember passing a tower waaaay back near the Illusion Woods.
        The door looked like the one on Lucia's tower, but I couldn't
        retrieve the Dragon Gems from the earlier one to open this one,
        and I never got into it. At the point where I am currently, it
        doesn't look like I will be going back that way, and I have the
        feeling I missed something.  Will the plot ever take me back
        there, or should I try harder the next time around?
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Remember where it is, you'll need to go back there in the

        This is something that I've been wondering about. Lucia's
        background wasn't gotten into as much as I've liked. Who
        exactly is she? It points to her being Althena's daughter but
        then why didn't she know about love, etc. at the start of the
        game?  Any ideas?
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        It was left ambiguous on purpose.  She may be her daughter or
        her sister. 
        Perhaps LUNAR 3 will say.... :)

        I have found Lucia's Tear... but what do they do?  The
        "explaination" is "???," which isn't much help.
Answer (courtesy of
        When equiped, Lucia's Tear will cause damage done halved and
        applied all enemies.  (ie, if Hiro attacked and hit for 300 to
        one enemy, each other enemy will get hit for 150).

        Have reached the top of mountain (north of Zulan) and released
        the big snow ball down the mountainside.  Can't seem to find
        creature responsible for weather.  Returned back to town, but
        no help there.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        There are TWO blockages and TWO snowballs.  Walk back down the
        mountain and cross the area now smoothed over with snowball
        splat and find the other snowball (at the top right), then drop
        it and cross into the area with the boss.

        Hey guys...  Wondering where to go after finishing the White
        Dragon Maze...  It seems the Dragon didn't melt anything for
Answer (courtesy of
        Go just south of that island (in the Destiny).  You'll pass
        between the ice island on the left and dry mainland on the
        right.  It's a tight fit but you can't miss it.

        Ok...  I had to take a week off and go on travel and I forget
        what I'm supposed to do specifically in the first (white)
        Dragon Cave...  There are four corners, but do I have to get
        something specifically?  Part of a key?  Those battles in the
        White Dragon cave are pretty fierce relative to everything else
        I've done...
Answer (courtesy of Cpt. Blake):
        You have to find a white chest in each of the four corners so
        the door to the White Dragon's Lair will open.

        How do you get past Zophar's Palace?  I've been down every
        possible path and they all just dead end, is there something
        I'm missing?
Answer (courtesy of Cpt. Blake):
        Theres a couple of switches you have to throw.  Also when you
        get to the "tubes" part you have to find 4 more switches.  Keep
        trying paths and keep an eye out for "flickable" looking things.

        I am getting my butt kicked by my Dopples!  Any suggestions? 
        They seem to always attack first.  Should I equip my group with
        Shiro Tails?
Answer (courtesy of "Rand"):
        Dopplegangers are the worst aren't they?  A very creative enemy
        though, I must say.  They don't copy things you have equipped,
        so if you equip Hiro and Jean with Plasma Rings (agility +10,
        you should have 2) and a Shiro Tail (agility +20, should have
        one) they should go first.  Use Dark Sword or Battalion Sword
        followed by Blue Dragon Chop, this will kill every Dop (great
        for when there are 4 of them).

        I couldn't find Leo anywhere during the epilogue, so I finished
        it without him.  For sake of closure, if he is available to
        join the party again, could someone tell me where to find him?
        I imagine he's gotta be around somewhere since 1) Mauri
        mentions him and 2) Leo is one of the Dopplegangers in the
        party at the top (or is it bottom?) of Dragon Ruins.  I'm sure
        he's somewhere obvious, and I just missed him...
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Leo is in the Mystic Ruins.

        I've beaten Lunn, beaten the Blue Fiend and freed the second
        Dragon power.  The only question I have is where to head to
        next, since all the towns and sites I've visited offer either
        old news or useless news.
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):

        Explore to the SW area of the map.  You should find Zaback Mine
        and be on your way.

        Ok...  Got everything taken care of in the Red Dragon Cave and
        I am wondering where do I go!?  Ronfar's grandpa says that
        Pentagulia is "Across the ocean."  What direction is that...
        exactly!?  I've found that the only place I have not been is
        south and west (which is just the Lion's Head) -- but a
        waterfall blocks my way if I try to go south!!
Answer (courtesy of Kural):
        Pentagulia.  This was a big pain.  Leave from the port east of
        Raculi, and head north along the western coast.  You should
        come to an inlet that leads further north to Pentagulia (the
        town that Leo took you to in the Destiny, remember?)  It's in
        the sea south of Vane. (The one with the directional compass on
        the map in the instructions.)

        How the heck do I beat Borgan?
Answer (courtesy of Nicholas Pappas):
        First Round:
        Ok.  First thing is first.  When Borgan raises his arms he is
        going to cast Gravity Bomb.  This is your queue to cast White
        Dragon Protect with Hiro -- this will protect the party from
        that attack.
        Cast Blue Dragon Vigor with Jean.  Cast Preist Litany with
        Ronfar (or whichever gives health back after each round) and
        have Lemina use a magic attack on the Left Hand Ball.  Note:
        Some may say leave this ball alone.  It hurts you...  I don't
        see why you would want to keep it around!

        Second Round:
        Have Jean go balistic on the Left Handed Ball.  With any luck
        she will kill it on this turn.  If not, the thing will be dead
        by the end of the third round.
        Have Ronfar heal (whatever you feal is needed) and have Lemina
        attack again... the Rear Ball.
        Have Hiro attack the Rear Ball too.  You can have him attack
        the Left, but if Jean kills it Hiro will attack Borgan himself
        (and Borgan will heal the next round... so it is wasted).  If
        you need to cast WDP, do that instead!

        Remaining Rounds:
        Cast BDV with Jean as often as possible.  You can use a
        Starlight or two with her, if you really want her to kick butt!
        Have her get rid of the Left Handed Ball First, then have her
        go after the Rear Ball.
        Lemina...  At this point I used Lemina as a Starlight user.  If
        Hiro drops below 99 MP have Lemina use a StarLight on him
        IMMEDIATELY!  If Borgan pulls a Gravity Bomb when you are under
        99 MP, your history.  Have her attack whenever possible.
        Ronfar...  Keep on healing.  He can't attack very well, so just
        keep him healing everyone else!
        Have Hiro attack with Poe Sword as often as possible.  Starting
        with the Rear Ball and then going to Borgan.  If you need to
        cast WDP, do it...  Keeping everyone alive is more important
        then hurting Borgan just a little more this round!
        Note:  Leave the Right Hand Ball alone.  This is a magic
        shield -- does nothing to you directly.  It does slow down how
        quickly you can kill Borgan, but the time you spend on killing
        it is not worth the added convienence!

        One of the most important point (IMO) is keeping Hiro above 99
        MP.  Do the math EVERY round...  If he is going to drop below
        99 have someone use a Silver Light or a Starlight on him, just
        keep him above 99!
        Once the Left and Rear Balls are dead, start in on Borgan.
        Have Jean go crazy on him and attack with Hiro and Lemina
        whenever you can.  Once you get a pattern down you should have
        much less trouble killing him!

        I'm fighting Blue Master Lunn right now, but whenever he turns
        invisible he nails me and there's nothing I can seem to do
        about it.  How can I counterract this move of his?
        If you've powered up your dance magic enough, use the 4th
        dance spell (Dopple Dance, Punk Dance, or Slam Dance, depending
        on Jean's Dance Magic level) whenever he turns invisible.  The
        "shadow" will nail Lunn even when he's invisible.  Be sure to
        make sure you have enough Dover Nuts to heal yourself just in
        case he gets a couple vicious blows in too.

        OK, I'm near the end of the Epilogue, and I'm trying to find
        the Star Dragon Tower.  I've had no luck yet, so can anyone
        help me find it?
Answer (courtesy of Nicholas Pappas, with a few minor corrections):
        It is Northeast of Dalton.  If you head WEST Northwest from
        Dalton to Azado and them head EAST from there you will find a
        single path that will take you to the Star Tower.  It is a
        narrow fit, and you have to wiggle through (with the Destiny)
        so make sure you try *every* opening.  One path will take you
        to the Illusion Woods, if you get here you went North too
        early...  Keep going east for a bit longer.

        Lord Leo just captured Lucia near the beginning of the game,
        and I don't know where to go from here.
        You gotta board the Destiny and rescue here.  Stock up on
        supplies, and the easiest way to get by Leo's guards is to use
        Hiro's Boomerang.

        I got Lunar 2: Eternal Blue for X-mas and have been playing it
        almost non-stop since.  That was until I got stuck.  I am in
        the tunnels under Pentagulia.  I've got all my characters back
        and I'm searching for the secret exit. But I can't seem to find
        it. I've been searching for like 2+ hours, and it's getting
        quite frustrating.  Any help would be appreciated.
        There's a place where all the paths to all the towers meet and
        there is a space on the North wall with 2 statues between it if
        I remember correctly.  The secret entrance is there.

        Is there any connection betweent he Dragon Helmet, Armor, and
        Sheild you find late in the game and in the epilogue, and the
        original Dragonmaster Items?
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Yep, they are either the genuine article, or replacement
        articles made after the originals were lost.  Depends on the
        specific item.  Check out LUNAR:  Eternal Blue Director's cut
        for details... :)  hehe...

        Help, I'm lost in the frozen caves outside Zulan!
Answer (courtesy of Vic @ WD):
        Get to the top, push the snowball, walk to the bottom, cross
        the crevasse plugged by the pushed snowball, go to the next
        top, push the snowball, go down, cross the next crevasse, go to
        the top to the boss.
        This is one of the most tedious areas in the game, as far as
        I'm concerned.  The game REALLY rolls after you pass it.

        How do you get to the Red Dragon Cave after freeing the Black
        OK, hop back on the Destiny and head east across the sea.
        You'll eventually make landfall and after passing through a
        large tunnel of sorts, keep heading east until you reach the
        village of Raculi.  Once there, you'll find out about the Serek
        Palace, which is where the doorway to the Red Dragon Cave is.
        Before hitting the Palace though, stop by the Lion's Head
        (somewhere south and east of Zaback Mine Town), a rather easy
        (if you know the trick to beating the enemies) treasure cave,
        and the Dragon's Nest (there's a path to it just past the
        "tunnel" leading to Raculi), which is a real pain in the butt
        to get through but they do have some good treasure there as

        I am stuck in the Zaback Mine looking for the Black Dragon.
        Anyway, I am lost as heck, and any tips on finding who I'm
        looking for and getting out would be greatly appreciated.
        Have you been to Zaback Town yet?  In the South Eastern part of
        the Mine's 1F you'll find a spot that's brighter than the rest.
        This is a door that takes you to Zaback Town.  From there, you
        eventually head to Neo Vane and take out Borgan before trying
        to free the Black Dragon.

        I have noticed a castle/town between the Lion's Head and Raculi
        just south of the large cave that we drive the ship through.  I
        have been trying to get into that structure but I can't find
        any way of doing it.  As I see it, if this place is not just
        for looks, then there must be a warp zone or something that
        will take us there. I am now doing the Epilogue for the second
        time, so I have a pretty good grasp of the game (although I am
        learning new things every day).
        Yeah, actually this place is Neo-Vane after it crashed.  You
        can get to it still by using the teleporter in Zaback Mine

        How do you get around in Lionhead?  I've searched high and low
        but have found no Snake Ring, nor any Dimension Ring in the
        epilogue.  I've only gotten to the point of the third room
        where there are two buttons...
        Hmm, well you do have to play around with the buttons a bit up
        at the top of the Lion's Head, and if you wait too long before
        leaving the rooms I think the platforms switch back, but
        eventually you should be able to reach the outside of the
        Lion's Head, right near the lion's face.

        How do you beat Ghaleon when you face him in Vane after
        Zophar's return?
        First make sure your characters have a few Dover Nuts handy.
        Second, the first time through (when you have no magic), just
        keep attacking, though you may want to keep Lemina fleeing (her
        attack isn't that strong.  Once you get your magic back, use
        Hiro's Poe Sword, alternate between BD Vigor and Attack for
        Jean, Leo's Flash Sword, Ronfar use Althena Litany first round
        and Tranquil Litany each later round, and Lemina use Pressure
        Cooker (if you don't have Pressure Cooker try your best Ice
        spell).  You might want to have White Dragon Protect handy for
        those times when Ghaleon is about to cast a spell (watch for a
        color change or something).

        Where is Ronfar in the Epilogue?
        Ronfar is in the village of Raculi.

        How do you beat the Phantom Sentry in the Sunken Tower 7th Level?
        He's not that hard to beat.  Just make sure you save up spells
        and beat up on him like you would on any other Boss.  Also keep
        an eye on him, after seeing him for a while you'll know when
        he's gonna cast a particularly devastating spell and for you to
        use WD-protect.  At this point I had also gotten Hiro the
        Dimension Ring, Lucia's Tear, and Althena's Sword.  Here's how
        I beat him:

        Hiro:  Just use regular attacks (4 hits add up to more than 1
        Poe Sword blast from what I've seen though I could be wrong),
        healing occaisionally with Althena's Sword if needed, or giving
        a Silverlight or Star Light to someone if needed.  If you don't
        have the Dimension Ring and Lucia's Tear, use Poe Sword.

        Jean:  BD Vigor/Attack constantly

        Lemina:  Pressure Cooker constantly w/ occaisionaly Silver/

        Ronfar:  First round use Althena Litana, then after that use 
        Tranquil Litany every round, or perhaps Althena's Love (the
        Goddess Crest spell) if you have the Snake Ring equipped.

        Leo:  Flash Sword constantly, with WD Protect on occaision and
        occaisionaly Silver/Starlight.

        Are the Mystic Ruins the same as the Dragon Ruins near Gwyn's
        No, the Mystic Ruins is that cave with all the mirrors you first met
        Ghaleon in.

        How do I defeat the 5 dopplegangers in the Dragon Ruins?
        Here's what I did to beat the Dopplegangers in the Dragon

        Hiro:  If you have the Dimension Ring and Lucia's Tear, just
        regular attack constantly, occiasionally healing with Althena's
        Sword or using a Silver/Starlight on someone else.  The 4
        attacks and hits on all enemies these items give you add up to
        tons of damage, almost like a Poe Sword per enemy.  I recommend
        you start the attack on "Evil Hiro" as his own Poe Sword can
        take out just about anyone you got in one hit.  Jean would be
        the next most dangerous enemy, then Leo.  If you don't have
        these items, use Battalion Sword constantly, though it's not as

        Jean:  Blue Dragon Chop constantly.

        Lemina:  I had both Lemina's Ice and Fire spells fully leveled
        up at this point, but the Ice spells are more powerful, so I
        used her most powerful Ice spell that can hit everyone on
        screen, the Nitro Dagger I beleive it was called.

        Ronfar:  Althena Litany first round, Tranquil Litany or Althena's 
        Love (Goddess Crest spell, too much MP if you don't have the Snake 
        Ring) every round after that.

        Leo: Grizzle Gash constantly.

        Where in the Lion's Head is the Dimension Ring?
        It's on the top floor, though not outside.  Check out all the
        rooms with the switches that rearrage the paths.

        The FAQ says that there is a snake ring for Lemina in the
        Haunted House.  Where is this Haunted House?  I can't seem to
        be able to find it in the epilogue.
        The Haunted House is where you first met Lemina.  It's not in
        there though, but it's actually in a cave near the Haunted

        Who can use the Silver Sharion?

        Where is Jean in the Epilogue?
        Remember Nota, that desert trading town near the Mystic Ruins
        where Leo is?  Head north of those Ruins and you'll find Jean's
        carnival more or less in that area.

        Any good tips to build up to Level 99 in Lunar:EB?
Answer (courtesy of Jason R. Warner):
        Building up to Level 99 in Lunar EB is actually pretty easy, provided
        you have a good technique down.  Hey everyone, I'm Jason, and this is
        my first contribution to this list.  OK, back to my little story.
        The best way to charge up in the game, aside from those mirror
        enemies, are beating those blasted Snow Mongrels.  (They are found
        near the White Dragon cave area).  These are by far the hardest
        regular enemies in the game to kill.  They have 740 HP, and are
        incredibly resistant to almost all attacks, as probably all
        of you know.  Beating them requires Level 30 Magic for Lemina and 
        Ronfar, fairly high levels to begin with, probably more than 50,
        Lucia's Tear and the Dimension ring, and the bracelet that gives the
        Black Storm power to Jean...OK, here's what you do, remember to
        concentrate on just ONE!

        Hiro- Poe Sword (equipped with red dragon crest for extra attack 
        Jean- use Black storm on Hiro, or, if the purple dogs show up with
        the Snow Mongrels, just attack the purple dogs and the damage will 
        be enough so that one Poe Sword attack should finish the dog off
        Ronfar- Shining Litany on the dog
        Lemina- Cast Fire Bomb on the dog
        Leo- Use Soul Blade

        Combined, all this should put the dog away and net you over 13000
        experience points and Magic Points!  You don't get any money, but
        what do you need it for at that stage of the game?  Eventually, you
        can kill 2 Ice Mongrels in one round, but only around Level 80 or so.
        Jean has to use her Blue Dragon Chop, Hiro use his Poe Sword, and
        the same attacks for the other three, but on the dog that Hiro
        ISN'T hitting!  OK, I hope that helps you!

        Here are the bare stats:
        Hiro and Leo-         Ronfar-       Jean-          Lemina-
        HP-963                 872            888             775
        MP-777                 820            879             960
        ATK- 255               192            192             112
        DEF- 128               112            112              96
        AGL- 124               115            135             108
        WIS- 192               224            224             215 (I have
                Lemina's Wisdom at 270 with all the equipment on!)
        LUCK- 255              224            192             192  
        MAG ENDR- 96           128            112             133
        # ATKS- 3                2             4!               1
        RANGE- 20               19             21              18
        (With Hiro at Level 99 with the Dimension Ring and Blue Dragon Vigor
        casted, I can beat the Star Dragon in under 2 minutes...

        Where are the secret rooms?
Answer (coutesy of
        #1 has the Silver Sharion, and it's in sunken tower 2F, where
        you can see a room with 2 treasure boxes.  You head straight

        #2 is NE of the Haunted Mansion, and has several things, most
        importantly the Mystra Bracelet,

        #3 is in the sunken tower.  You know the two treasures next to
        each other (one is spiked jacket)?  The room IMMIDIATELY before
        that is #3!!!!

        Where is the Flame Fist?
        The Flame Fist if I remember correctly is in the Epilogue, in the
        Sunken Tower near Nall's cave.

        Any tips to make Lion's Head battles easier?
        OK, here's what I did in Lion's Head.  In Ruby's menu, change
        your alignment so that all your characters are bunched up next
        to each other at the top of the screen (don't forget to change
        it back to what you had before later).  The Serpent Eye, which
        is the nastier of the 2 monsters can't move so you're safe
        here.  Then just use Poe Sword, Haduken, Leminia's most
        powerful Ice Spell, etc, and just have Ronfar Shining Litany
        (the spell that drains HP from monsters and trasfers it to the
        party) himself.  For the other monster, just pound on him.
        About all he does is turn your characters to stone, which you
        can defend yourself against if you have a tri-ring or something
        like that.


The following is an item list both me and I beleive Jason Hill 
( have been compiling (I haven't talked to who provided
this list in a while, and my memory fails me as to who it was).  This 
current version is entirely by him, with a few minor changes by me.


  I'm trying to get a good list (and maybe someday a walkthrough) of all 
the items and spells plus what they do together.  I've gotten the list 
half-way done now, but it only has the standard info the EB displays (taken 
directly from the data file.. Thanks Vic for not compressing it).  
  If anyone wishes to help and though effects data in (or even locations), 
please do..  Here is the list:

Special Items
Left Eye Jewel       | Left Dragon Eye Jewel
Right Eye Jewel      | Right Dragon Eye Jewel 
Right Dragon Eye     | Right Eye Jewel from Tower
Left Dragon Eye      | Left Eye Jewel from Ruins
Mask                 | Masked Man's Disguise 

White Dragon Aura    | White Dragon's Power Essence
Blue Dragon Aura     | Blue Dragon's Power Essence
Black Dragon Aura    | Black Dragon's Power Essence
Red Dragon Aura      | Red Dragon's Power Essence

Entry Pass           | Tournament Entry Pass 
Borgan's Key         | Opens the Zaback Mine Door to the Black Dragon Cave
Tears of Althena     | Althena's Holy Power
Lucia's Pendant      | Lucia's Special Pendant 
Luna's Letter        | Special Letter to Hiro

White Dragon Wings   | Reusable Warp Device (warps outside of caves)
Special Wine         | Special Wine to Deliver
Delivery Receipt     | Wine Delivery Receipt

Needles              | ????    Multi-Boomerang -> Cross Boomerang  |  1E:Boomerang Attack
     Squall     ->     Tempest     ->   Gale Vortex    |  AZ:Flip By Wind
 Rushing Breeze ->    Force Wind   ->   Bladk Storm    |  EZ:Attack by Tornado
    Cyclone     ->  Super Cyclone  ->  Soul Blaster    |  AE:Attack by Causing 
                                                       |  Tempest

  Learned Magic
    Poe Sword             1E:Jump Attack 
    Sybillum Sword        EZ:Split-Spirit Attack
    Battalion Sword       AE:Fast Multi-Attack
    Dark Sword            AE:Split Battle Mode

     Level 1     |     Level 2     |      Level 3      |  Area Effect:Type
   Heal Litany  -> Recovery Litany ->  Purity Litany   |   1A:Recovers HP for 1
                                                       |   Person
   Calm Litany  ->   Rest Litany   -> Tranquil Litany  |   AA:Recovers HP for 
                                                       |   Party
   Light Litany ->  Bright Litany  -> Shining Litany   |   1E:Steals HP --> 
                                                       |   Party
  Priest Litany ->   Saint Litany  -> Althena Litany   |   AE/AA:Goddess' 
                                                       |   Assistance
   Chance Dice  ->    Lucky Dice   ->  Destiny Dice    |   AE/AA:Attack/Heal 
                                                       |   Crapshoot
  Risk Roulette ->  Sword Roulette -> Destiny Roulette |   1E/1A:Attack Same
                                                       |   Party
   Anger Flame  ->    Rage Flame   ->  Immortal Flame  |   1E:BIG Damage 
                                                       |   Crapshoot
   Hades Wager  ->  Recovery Wager ->   Purity Wager   |   AA:Brings the Party 
                                                       |   to Life

  Learned Magic
    Herbal Breeze         1E:Pleasant Sleep-Inducer
    Clean Magic           1A:Heals most Conditions
    Loki Magic            1E/1A:Uncurse Subject
    Revive Magic          1A:Wakes the Dead

     Level 1     |     Level 2     |      Level 3      |  Area Effect:Type
Butterfly Dance ->  Swallow Dance  ->  Vulture Dance   |  EZ:Poison Attack
    Needle Step ->   Needle Kick   ->   Needle Chop    |  1E:Freeze Attack
    Charm Dance ->  Tempting Dance ->  Fantasy Dance   |  EZ:Creates Confusion 
   Dopple Dance ->   Punk Dance    ->   Slam Dance     |  OS:Creates Ghostly 
                                                       |  Sidekick 

  Learned Magic
    Haduken                 1E:Offensive Energy Ball
    Aura Wave               EZ:Energy Shockwave
    Comet Tail              EZ:Attack with Flying Kick
    Blue Dragon Chop        AE:Quick Attack Skill 

     Level 1     |     Level 2     |      Level 3      |  Area Effect:Type
      Flame     ->    Flame Shot   ->   Flame Bomb     |  1E:Throws Fire at 
                                                       |  Enemy
    Fire Ring   ->     Hot Zone    ->  Burning Rage    |  EZ:Creates Deadly 
                                                       |  Fire Ring
   Power Flame  ->  Power Factory  ->  Power Drive     |  1A:Increases Attack 
                                                       |  Power
   Pyro Pillar  ->   Pyre Pillar   ->  Crematorium     |  AE:Shining Flame 
                                                       |  Attack
     Icepick    ->    Ice Arrow    ->   Ice Lance      |  1E:Drops Ice on 
                                                       |  Target
     Ice Wall   ->   Freeze Trap   ->  Freeze Claw     |  EZ:Cascading Ice Wall
                                                       |  Attack
    Ice Shell   ->   Ice Barrier   ->  Cryo-Shield     |  1A:Increases
                                                       |  Defensive Power
     Blizzard   ->    Ice Driver   ->  Nitro Dagger    |  AE:Creates a Raging
                                                       |  Blizzard

  Learned Magic
    Spell Sucker            1E:Seals off enemy's magic
    Pressure Cooker         1E:Lowers opponet's level
    Magic Swiper            1E:Hijacks MP from enemy
    Magic Shield            AZ:Barrier against attack

     Level 1     |     Level 2     |      Level 3      |  Area Effect:Type
   Rock Viper   ->    Rock Cobra   ->   Rock Riot      |  1E:Attack by Dropping
                                                       |  Rocks
   Earth Spike  ->  Earth Knuckle  ->  Earth Fangs     |  EZ:Attack by Earth
                                                       |  Power
 Asteroid Break ->   Comet Break   ->  Solar Break     |  1E:Meteor Attack
    Crackpot    ->   Crack Point   ->   Crack Zone     |  AE:Earthquake Attack 
  Learned Magic
    Flash Blade             1E:Sliding Blade Attack
    Buzz Blade              EZ:Round Blade Attack
    Soul Blade              1E:Recover HP from Enemy
    Grizzle Gash            AE:Multi-Enemy Round Blade

  Pulse Laser, Napalm Shot, Plasma Rain, Thunder Blow, Plasma Shock,
  Lightning Bomb, Spark Cannon, Soul Rush, Atomic Burn, Soul Finger,
  Iron Tiger, Mystic Defender, Althena's Love

Crest Magic
  Red Dragon Anger        AE:Damage to Enemies
  Blue Dragon Vigor       OS:Additional Attacks 
  White Dragon Protect    AA:Negates Enemy's Spell 
  Black Dragon Shield     AE:Removes "Living" Enemies
  Althena's Light         AA:Major Healing for Party