Achievement Guide by loc182
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Blue Dragon for Xbox360 (Japanese version with support for English versions!)
Achievements - Items - Monsters Guide
Version 2.00 - Last Updated 09/24/07
Written by and Copyright 2007 Toby Normoyle (loc182)


  This is a guide that focuses on unlocking the achievements for the Japanese
  version of the Xbox360 game Blue Dragon. This guide exists mostly because
  the achievements in this game are so easy to miss that it is possible,
  although unlikely, to complete the entire game without unlocking a single
  achievement. As a bonus this guide will also include detailed item and
  monster information since two achievements require the player to obtain
  every item and defeat every monster.

  Happily, thanks to the hard work of Raimaro this guide has been upgraded
  to include the official English translations of achievement, item, monster,
  town, and various other names. So please give big thanks to Raimaro for
  helping to add true support for the English versions of Blue Dragon to
  this guide!

  WARNING: As the achievements, items, and monsters span the entire game this
  guide will contain spoilers. Attempts have been made to limit the number of
  spoilers as much as possible, but they will still be present.

  Japanese text support is necessary to properly display this guide. If the 
  following line is displayed correctly then you have the proper support:
  ブルードラゴン Blue Dragon ブルードラゴン Blue Dragon
  (Note: You will probably need to change the encoding on your browser to
  Japanese manually to view this page. I also recommend setting the font to 
  FixedSys as that is what was used to write this guide.)


Table of Contents

  A. Introduction
  B. New Plus and Downloadable Content (DLC) and Achievements
  C. Glossary and Techniques
  D. Achievements in Blue Dragon
  E. Encounter achievements
  F. Experience achievements
  G. Event achievements
  H. Item achievements
  I. Rare Monster achievements
  J. Completion achievements
  K. Frequently Asked Questions - Closing
  L. Credits
  M. Copyright Information


A. Introduction

  Welcome to this guide. It was originally written to help all players of the
  Japanese version of Blue Dragon to unlock all 43 of the game's achievements.
  Unfortunately this game features 14 achievements that are extremely easy to
  miss. In a normal game this would not be a problem, but since this is a
  multi-hour RPG a missed achievement can require a player to play 40 hours or
  more of the game over again in order to unlock it. Added to this is the fact
  that some of the achievements in this game are designed around objectives
  that most players will most likely never end up completing, so even using
  "New Plus" does not insure success.

  This happened to me, as I missed one item that only appears on disc one, but
  I did not realize this until was midway through disc three. So I decided to
  write this guide to try and keep this from happening to others.

  Two of the easiest achievements to miss require the player to defeat every
  monster and obtain every item, so to make this guide even more useful to
  players of the game that do not understand Japanese I have included a bit of
  information on monsters as well as detailed item information. However, I
  must strongly advise non-Japanese speakers to wait for a localized version
  of the game to be released in their native language. Blue Dragon is fun,
  and totally playable even without Japanese ability, but if you attempt this
  game without the ability to understand Japanese you will miss out on the
  story of this game. The story is key to enjoying a game of this scope, and
  without an understanding of the story you will not be able to come to feel
  anything toward the characters. So please consider waiting for this game.


  NOTE FOR PLAYERS OF THE ENGLISH VERSIONS OF BLUE DRAGON:
  As luck would have it, the achievements have not changed for the English
  version of Blue Dragon, so owners of that version of the game can also use
  this guide to unlock them all. Thanks to Raimaro, NaughtyVicar, d0ck0nt0p,
  and many others from GameFAQs I have been able to include a lot of
  information on the English version and make this guide much more friendly to
  players of that version. However, please keep in mind that I cannot take any
  responsibility for anything odd that might happen if you use this guide to
  help you play the English version, as this guide was originally written for
  the Japanese version of the game.


  NOTE ON THE "NEW" FORMAT OF THIS GUIDE:
  Now that this guide supports English I would like to quickly explain how
  things are laid out. For the most part things have not changed much, but in
  actuality this guide has probably ended up becoming more friendly to
  players of the English version of the game than the Japanese.

   - Achievement, item, and skill names will be written with the official
     English followed by the original Japanese. Numbers will follow references
     within the guide to items, and occasionally a literal translation of the
     Japanese will follow in parenthesis as well. (There are no longer any
     literal translations of the Japanese skills with the exception of
     "BariBarrier".)

   - Monster names will generally only appear as the official English followed
     by the Monster number in parenthesis. Sometimes I will include the
     original Japanese as well.

   - Town and place names will usually be the official English followed by
     the official English from the Japanese version of the game in parenthesis.
     Depending on the name the way in which the parenthesis are placed will
     vary. Also, I am not going to change "Ancient Prison - Deathmoat" to
     "Ancient Prison - Moat" in this or my other guides.

   - "Category" was changed to "Class" when referencing "Shadow Categories" in
     all instances except for literal translations. I prefer "category"
     myself, but made the change to make the guide more English friendly.
     So if you are playing the Japanese version just remember that "class"
     means "category" when shadows are referenced.

   - I did change "Monster's Fight" to the official English of "Monster Fight"
     throughout the guide. This is because I prefer the official English to
     the English that used in the Japanese version.

  Generally just remember that anything in parenthesis is going to be a
  Japanese translation, and whatever precedes it will be the official English.



B. New Plus and Downloadable Content (DLC) and Achievements

  Microsoft has released downloadable content for Blue Dragon on the
  Japanese Marketplace that adds extra difficulty levels and a "New Plus"
  option. The "New Plus" option works much like the "New Game +" option in
  the game Crono Trigger, as it allows you to start a new game with all the
  experience, gold, and most of the items earned in an existing save.

  This makes "New Plus" potentially invaluable in unlocking the achievements
  that require the player to defeat all monsters and obtain all items, as all
  the Encyclopedia (logbook) entries are carried over.

  However, please keep in mind that using the "New Plus" option does not
  guarantee that you will not have to replay large sections of the game in
  order to unlock a missed achievement. It can make things easier, but it is
  no substitute for good saving practices.

  ---

  One additional note about downloadable content and achievements in Blue
  Dragon: I have confirmed that the New Years Present downloadable content
  will cause issues with the Mechat Shooting Stage 2 - Perfect achievement.
  Simply removing the content from your Xbox360 will fix this problem, and 
  you can do this by deleting it or placing the content on a memory unit and
  removing it from your system. (I would expect that this same problem occurs
  with the other Mechat Shooting achievements, but I cannot confirm this.)

  Unfortunately I cannot confirm or deny whether the New Years Present, the
  the Super Hard Chip (New Plus), or The Six Treasures downloadable content
  will cause problems with any other achievements or not. Odds are that
  you should not have any other issues, but you can delete the offending
  content to try and resolve any problems. (The exception here is The Six
  Treasures DLC. All six items this DLC grants you will become a permanent
  part of your Encyclopedia (logbook) if you save once you possess them. 
  Deleting the DLC will not remove these items from your inventory or logbook,
  nor will they ever turn to "Worthless Junk".)

  UPDATE: From looking around on the boards several people have noted issues
  with some achievements when using New Plus to begin a new game. Although I
  cannot confirm or deny this problems I can certify that other issues have
  arisen as a result of New Plus, so it is entirely possible that more
  achievement related bugs have been generated as well. With this in mind I am
  now recommending that you do not use download any DLC for Blue Dragon until
  you have all 1000 points.

  UPDATE 2: Raimaro mentioned an interesting technique regarding "New Plus".
  In this technique you should begin a new game using "New Plus", reach a
  save point, save, delete or place the Super Hard Chip DLC on a different
  storage device, and then play your game. In Raimaro's case doing so caused
  no issues with the achievements. So you might want to try this out. (Please
  keep in mind that neither I nor Raimaro can be held responsible if you do
  encounter an issue using this technique.)

  (Please be careful with permanently deleting any DLC as some of it may cease
  being available on the Japanese Marketplace without warning. So I recommend
  that you place any offending content on a memory unit and then remove it
  from your console if you encounter issues.)



C. Glossary and Techniques

  Before presenting the achievements I would like to first introduce several
  terms and techniques that are often referenced in this guide.
  This section is generally aimed at players that are new to Blue Dragon, but
  I consider the techniques to be fairly high level. So whether you are a
  beginner or a master of the game please do not hesitate to refer to this
  section if you come across anything that you are unfamiliar with.

  Glossary of Terms
  What follows are definitions of many of the terms used in this guide.

  - Field Areas-
  While the game seems to define any area of the game in which monsters can
  appear as a "field", I do not like this definition so much. This is because
  Field Areas are quite different from Dungeon Areas, so I do not like to
  lump them together.

  The best definition of a field area is any area that you can land in while
  flying in the Mechat. Sadly you will not have full access to the Mechat for
  quite a while, so this definition may not mean a lot to new players of the
  game. So perhaps a better way to define the field areas is that they are any
  area of the game in which you appear to be moving on the world map. The
  camera will be high above you when you are in the field, and the only
  objects that you will be able to interact with will be treasure chests. 
  There is no searching of objects while in a field area.

  Field areas also have another advantage: you will be able to save any time
  you want to while in one. Just open the camp menu and select save.
  As an example, the first field area you will reach in the game is the
  extremely small Vicinity of Mechat Crash Site area.


  - Dungeon Areas-
  A "Dungeon" refers to any area of the game that you enter, including
  towns, villages, caves, ruins, and so on. Dungeon areas can be further
  divided into two subsets: Friendly and Hostile. The only difference is that
  monsters will not appear in a friendly dungeon area. There are, however,
  several main differences between dungeon and field areas:
   - The Mechat cannot land in a dungeon area.
   - Almost all objects can be searched while in a dungeon area.
   - The camera will generally be close and behind your party while in a
     dungeon area.
   - You will only be able to save at save points while in a dungeon area.
   - Field skills and the Encounter Circle will only be available in hostile
     dungeon areas.
   - Despite the name of "dungeon", many dungeon areas will be open, outdoor
     areas.
  As an example, the first dungeon area you will encounter once you complete
  the opening section of the game is the Mechat Crash Site.


  - Monster Party -
  A Monster Party refers to how you will see monsters while in the field or
  a dungeon. Each monster party will look like a single monster, much in the
  same way that your party will just appear as one of your characters.
  (Usually Shu.) Although some monster parties will consist of only one
  monster, they can consist of anywhere from one to nine monsters of varying
  types.
  For the most part you will just need to walk into any monster party to begin
  an encounter with the monsters in that party, but the way in which you do so
  can affect the battle.


  - Encounter Types -
  There are four special encounter types that can occur when an encounter is
  triggered with only one monster party. With some exceptions there is no
  guarantee that any of these encounter types will occur, and they will
  definitely not occur if the Encounter Circle is used to trigger an
  encounter. Also, there are several skills and items in the game that will
  either enhance or lessen the effects of these special encounter types.

    - Back Attack - バックアタック -
    If you manage to run into or "hit" a monster party from behind then a
    Back Attack will occur. This means that all the monsters will be facing
    away from you when the battle begins and you will generally have the
    opportunity to attack each of them once before they turn to face you.
    However, if you are facing a monster that is much faster than your
    characters then it might still be able to attack you first.

    - Fast Attack - ファストアタック -
    This kind of encounter is a little more rare. In most cases it seems to
    only occur if you trigger an encounter by "hitting" a monster party.
    There is also an Assassin class skill, Surprise - 奇襲,
    which will increase the chance of getting a Fast Attack. If you are
    lucky enough to get a Fast Attack then all of your characters will get
    to attack once before any monsters do.

    - Surprise Attack - ふいうち -
    Unfortunately this is what happens when a monster party runs into or
    "hits" your party from behind. Not only will your characters be facing
    away from the monsters when the battle begins, but your rows will be
    reversed because of the location of the monsters. So any characters that
    are in the front row normally will be in the back and vice-versa. An Armor
    class skill, Vigilance - ふいうち無効,
    will make it impossible for this encounter type to occur. Also, if your
    characters are faster than the monsters attacking you then you will still
    get to attack before them.

    - First Strike - せんせいこうげき - (Preemptive Attack)
    This rare encounter type is the opposite of the Fast Attack. In this case
    all of the monsters get to attack one time each before any of your
    characters will have a chance to attack. I never once saw this while
    playing through the game at the Normal level; however, I suspect that
    this encounter type will no longer be rare when playing at the Hard or
    Super Hard levels.


  - Encounter Circle -
  The Encounter Circle is a very interesting feature of Blue Dragon, as it
  allows you to trigger an encounter with several monster parties at once or
  engage monster parties from a distance. Plus, as an added bonus, using the
  Encounter Circle is the only way to trigger Monster Fights or receive
  Boost (Trance Bonuses) during longer battles. However, keep in mind that you
  will never see any of the four special encounter types when using the
  Encounter Circle.

  You will not be able to use the Encounter Circle at first, but it will
  become available as soon as the associated tutorial automatically plays when
  you first enter the Vicinity of Mechat Crash Site area near the beginning of
  the game.

  Once the Encounter Circle is available to you it can be opened in any
  field area or hostile dungeon area by pulling the right trigger. When you do
  this all the action on screen will stop and a large circle will appear
  around your party. Any monster parties that are within this circle can then
  be engaged either individually, in groups, or all at once.

  You will easily be able to tell if a monster party is within the circle
  because any monster parties within the Encounter Circle will have small
  gray circles around them and their names will appear in a list on the right
  of the screen.

  You can select individual monster parties from this list, or just fight all
  of them at once. The name and circle around any party that you select will
  turn green. When you are ready to trigger the encounter just select the
  Japanese text that is a bit above the words "FIELD SKILL". This text will
  change depending on whether you have selected any parties or not.
  Here are the possibilities:
   Fight One Enemy! - こいつとバトル!! - Appears when one party is 
                                             selected. (Fight this party!!)
   Fight Selected Enemies! - まとめてバトル!! - Appears when multiple 
                                                  parties are selected.
                                                  (Fight these parties!!)
   Fight All Enemies! - ぜんぶとバトル!! - Appears when no parties are
                                             selected. (Fight all parties!!)

    - Multi-Monster Encounter - (Simultaneous Encounter) -
    This refers to an encounter in which you use the Encounter Circle to
    engage two or more monster parties at the same time. Boosts (Trance
    Bonuses) and Monster Fights can occur only if a multi-monster 
    (simultaneous) encounter has been triggered.

    - Boost - (Trance Bonus)
    When you use the Encounter Circle to engage multiple monster parties at
    once you will not fight all of them together, instead you will just fight
    one party at a time. (Unless a Monster Fight occurs.) Once you defeat
    all the monsters in the first party then the monsters in the next party
    will begin to appear. However, a roulette will also appear on the side of
    the screen during this time, and it is called the "Trance Bonus" in
    Japanese and "Boost" in English.

    The roulette will quickly cycle through various bonuses and it can be
    stopped by pressing the A button, or you can wait for it to stop on its
    own. When the roulette stops your party will get whatever bonus is
    highlighted.

    These bonuses can vary from curing all bad status aliments, to temporary
    stat increases, to HP or MP recovery. For the most part there is not a bad
    Boost (Trance Bonus); however, the Reset - リセット one can potentially
    be viewed as bad. This bonus just resets the order of your characters, so
    if you have one character charging something then it could disrupt your
    strategy.

    Still, the Reset bonus is not always bad, and generally the Boosts
    (Trance Bonuses) are welcome during multiple monster party encounters.

    - Monster Fight - (Monster's Fight) -
    A Monster Fight is just a special type of multi-monster (simultaneous)
    encounter. It will occur when you use the Encounter Circle to engage two
    monster parties whose names appear in yellow instead of white.

    The yellow names appear when monster parties that do not like each other
    get close enough to each other for you to use the Encounter Circle to
    engage them. Since these monsters do not like each other they will fight
    with each other once the battle begins.

    How useful a Monster Fight is depends largely on the monsters involved.
    Sometimes they will only fight with each other, and sometimes only one of
    the monster types involved will fight the other monster. Regardless, you
    can almost always use a Monster Fight to your advantage.

    Also, as multiple parties will appear on screen at the same time, you will
    not receive a Boost (Trance Bonus) if a Monster Fight occurs after you
    simultaneously engage only two monster parties.


  - Encyclopedia - ずかん - (Logbook)
  The Encyclopedia (Logbook) is an a very useful part of the game, as it
  allows you to see your battle stats, monsters defeated, items obtained, and
  so on.

  I only mention it here because throughout this guide I will reference the
  Encyclopedia (Logbook) as if you start the game with it. But this is not
  true. The Encyclopedia (Logbook) can only be accessed once you obtain the
  Creature Compendium - 古代事典 (318) from a treasure chest in the
  Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) near the beginning of the game.

  So although you will not have access to the Encyclopedia (Logbook) during
  the fight with the Land Shark in Tata Village or the subsequent visit to
  the Ancient Ruins Caverns you will be forced to collect the 
  Creature Compendium - 古代事典 (318) once you reach the Flying Fortress 
  (Giant Mechat), giving you access to the Encyclopedia (Logbook) before you
  even get your shadows.


  Techniques
  Here I will introduce a few techniques that will be referenced later
  in this guide. These techniques generally focus on stealing.

  "Steal - Run - Leave"
  This technique is very useful in stealing rare items from monsters that you
  can run from. It is most useful against the following three monsters:
   - Corrosive Poo - 太ウンチくん (012)
   - King Poo - 王様ウンチくん (013)
   - Gold Mecha Robo - ゴールドメカロボ (074)

  To perform this technique first do the following:
   - Equip all your characters with the Assassin skill Steal - ぬすむ.
   - Equip the Assassin skill Treasure Hunt - トレジャーハント to any
     characters that have it. (This is optional, but it can help.)
   - Optional: Equip all the Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296) you have on
     as many characters as you can.

  Once you are ready here is what you should do:
     1. Enter the area where the monster party that you wish to steal from is.
     2. Engage this monster party. (A Back Attack is recommended.)
     3. Once the battle begins use the Steal - ぬすむ command on the monster
        until you steal an item. (It may not be the item you want.)
     4. Use the Flee - にげる command until you are able to successfully
        run away.
     5. Leave the area. You must move to a different area, not just to a
        different room within the same area. Warping can also be convenient.
     6. Return to Step 1.

  You can repeat this technique as many times as you wish to steal a
  potentially unlimited number of rare items. Unfortunately, if multiple
  items can be stolen from the same monster you will not always get the item
  you want every time you steal, but equipping the
  Treasure Hunt - トレジャーハント skill can help.

  NOTE!!! - Step 5 is one of the most important steps in this technique. I
            have seen many posts in which people are having trouble with this
            technique and in each case the issue was that they were not
            leaving the area.

  (Also, keep in mind that you cannot carry more than 99 of each item.)
  (You may also use the Loot - ぶんどる skill to steal; however, this can be
  dangerous as you might end up defeating the monster by using this skill.)


  "Steal - Reset - Reload"
  This stealing technique is less of a technique and really the only option
  you have if you wish to steal a rare item from a monster or boss monster
  that only appears once in the game. It can be a painfully boring technique,
  but it does work.

  To perform this technique first do the following:
   - Equip all your characters with the Assassin skill Steal - ぬすむ or
     Loot - ぶんどる.
   - Equip the following Assassin skill Treasure Hunt - トレジャーハント to
     any characters that have it. (This is optional, but it can help.)
   - Make sure that you are properly prepared to defeat the monster.

  Once you are ready here is what you should do:
     1. Prepare a save at the closest point possible to the monster that you
        wish to steal from. This save is the most important part of this
        technique.
     2. Find and engage the monster you wish to steal from.
     3. Once the battle begins use the Steal - ぬすむ command on the monster
        until you steal an item. (Use the Attack - こうげき command if you
        equipped the Loot - ぶんどる skill.)
     4. If you were able to steal the item that you wanted then defeat the
        monster, as you are now done with the technique.
     5. If you did NOT steal the item that you wanted then use the guide
        button to return to the dashboard.
     6. Reload Blue Dragon, and then load the save that you prepared in
        Step 1.
     7. Return to Step 2.

  Unfortunately this technique can be rather frustrating, especially if it is
  not possible to save near the monster you wish to steal from. Still, as
  potentially boring as it is, this technique does work.


  - Saving -
  While this hardly seems like a technique, proper saving strategies are key
  to unlocking the achievements. You have 30 different save slots available
  per storage device, so make sure that you use them! Spreading your saves
  out throughout the game can make it much easier to get back to a missed
  achievement.



D. Achievements in Blue Dragon

  A full list of the achievements in the Japanese and English versions of
  Blue Dragon follows. The achievements have been arranged in several groups,
  and all secret achievements are marked with "SECRET". Each achievement
  appears in the following format: official English achievement, Japanese
  achievement (in Japanese), literal translation of the Japanese achievement
  (in parenthesis).

  If you wish to quickly skip to an achievement just use the "Find" function
  present on most browsers to do so.

  Encounter Achievements:
                                                        Back Attack - 5 points
                                                       バックアタック成功 (初)
                            (Successfully initiate a Back Attack (First time))

                                                  100 Back Attacks - 30 points
                                                       バックアタック100回達成
                                        (Initiate a total of 100 Back Attacks)

                                            Multi-Monster Encounter - 5 points
                                                     同時エンカウント成功 (初)
                 (Successfully initiate a Simultaneous Encounter (First Time))

                                      10+ Monsters in an Encounter - 30 points
                                            同時エンカウント・10パーティー超え
      (Successfully complete a Simultaneous Encounter with 10 or more parties)

                                                100 Monster Fights - 30 points
                                                 モンスターズファイト100回発生
                                               (Initiate 100 Monster Fights)

                                 SECRET Ambushed More Than 50 Times - 0 points
                                                ふいうちをされた回数が50回以上
                                              (Get Surprise Attacked 50 times)

                                  SECRET Escaped More Than 50 Times - 0 points
                                                          逃げた回数が50回以上
                                                           (Run away 50 times)


  Experience Achievements:
                                    Maxed Out All Character Levels - 50 points
                                                       全キャラクターレベルMAX
                                          (Reach MAX level for all characters)

                                                Got 1,000,000 Gold - 25 points
                                                       1,000,000ゴールド貯めた
                                                      (Amassed 1,000,000 gold)

                                             Dragon: Max One Class - 30 points
                                              ドラゴン・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                               (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Dragon)

                                           Minotaur: Max One Class - 30 points
                                          ミノタウロス・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                             (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Minotaur)

                                            Phoenix: Max One Class - 30 points
                                          フェニックス・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                              (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Phoenix)

                                 SECRET Saber-Tooth: Max One Class - 30 points
                                      サーベルタイガー・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                          (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Saber Tiger)

                                  SECRET Killer Bat: Max One Class - 30 points
                                          キラーバット・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                           (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Killer Bat)

                                           Dragon: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                               ドラゴン・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                           (Reach MAX rank for all of the Dragon's categories)

                                         Minotaur: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                           ミノタウロス・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                         (Reach MAX rank for all of the Minotaur's categories)

                                          Phoenix: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                           フェニックス・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                          (Reach MAX rank for all of the Phoenix's categories)

                               SECRET Saber-Tooth: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                       サーベルタイガー・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                      (Reach MAX rank for all of the Saber Tiger's categories)

                                SECRET Killer Bat: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                           キラーバット・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                       (Reach MAX rank for all of the Killer Bat's categories)


  Event Achievements:
                                 SECRET Closed Flying Fortress Door - 5 points
                                                                    扉閉め成功
                                                 (Successfully close the door)

                                             Wagon Escort: Perfect - 30 points
                                                        馬車護衛・パーフェクト
                                             (Complete Wagon Escort perfectly)

                               SECRET Pulled in the Flying Fortress - 5 points
                                                      巨大メカット引き寄せ成功
                                       (Successfully pull in the Giant Mechat)

                                  Mechat Shooting Stage 1: Perfect - 30 points
                                     メカットシューティング・ST1・パーフェクト
                                  (Complete Mechat Shooting Stage 1 perfectly)

                                               SECRET Rescued Kluke - 5 points
                                                              クルック救出成功
                                                     (Successfully save Kluke)

                            SECRET Got to Nene Before Bomb Went Off - 5 points
                                              制限時間がゼロになる前に到着成功
                           (Successfully arrive before the time limit expires)

                                        SECRET Moon Laser: Perfect - 30 points
                                                      月レーザー・パーフェクト
                                               (Complete Moon Laser perfectly)

                                    SECRET Saved Kluke from Choking - 5 points
                                                              首輪引っ張り成功
                                              (Successfully remove the collar)

                                    SECRET Escaped from Squashtrich - 5 points
                                                  ダチョウメカロボから脱出成功
                             (Successfully escape from the Ostrich Mecha Robo)

                                       SECRET Summoned Shu's Shadow - 5 points
                                                                    影出現成功
                                        (Successfully make your shadow emerge)

                           SECRET Mechat Shooting Stage 2: Perfect - 30 points
                                     メカットシューティング・ST2・パーフェクト
                                  (Complete Mechat Shooting Stage 2 perfectly)

                           SECRET Mechat Shooting Stage 3: Perfect - 30 points
                                     メカットシューティング・ST3・パーフェクト
                                  (Complete Mechat Shooting Stage 3 perfectly)


  Item achievements:
                                      Got Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 10 points
                                            レアアイテム「最終兵器の腕輪」入手
                   (Obtain the rare item, the "Bangle of the Ultimate Weapon")

                                            Got Final War Necklace - 10 points
                                          レアアイテム「最終戦争の首飾り」入手
                  (Obtain the rare item, the "Necklace of the Final Conflict")

                                       SECRET Got All Dragon Items - 10 points
                                                  ドラゴンアイテムコンプリート
                                                     (Obtain all dragon items)

                                               Got Dragon Bracelet - 10 points
                                            レアアイテム「ドラゴンの腕輪」入手
                                   (Obtain the rare item, the "Dragon Bangle")

                                  SECRET Equipped All Mechat Parts - 10 points
                                                        メカットパーツフル装備
                                            (Install all Mechat upgrade parts)


  Special Monster Achievements:
                                             Beat Golden Poo Snake - 30 points
                                レアモンスター「ゴールデンウンチスネーク」討伐
                                 (Defeat the rare monster "Golden Poop Snake")

                                                     Beat King Poo - 30 points
                                          レアモンスター「王様ウンチくん」討伐
                                     (Defeat the rare monster "King Poop Kun")

                                              Beat Gold Mecha Robo - 30 points
                                        レアモンスター「ゴールドメカロボ」討伐
                                 (Defeat the rare monster "Golden Mecha Robo")


  Completion Achievements:
                                              Removed All Barriers - 25 points
                                                                  全バリア解除
                                                        (Release all barriers)

                                        Activated All Warp Devices - 25 points
                                                        全ワープクリップセット
                                                          (Set all Warp Clips)

                                          Completed Monster Record - 25 points
                                                    モンスター図鑑コンプリート
                                                (Complete the Monster Logbook)

                                             Completed Item Record - 25 points
                                                      アイテム図鑑コンプリート
                                                   (Complete the Item Logbook)



E. Encounter Achievements
  
  A total of seven Encounter Achievements exist in Blue Dragon. These 
  achievements are earned exclusively by engaging in various encounters with 
  monster parties, and are probably the easiest achievements to unlock in
  the game.

  In fact, you could potentially unlock all of these achievements once you
  reach the Lot Wilderness area; however, there is no need to rush as these
  achievements can be unlocked at any point during the game.
  

                                                        Back Attack - 5 points
                                                       バックアタック成功 (初)
                            (Successfully initiate a Back Attack (First time))
  This achievement is very easy to unlock, and can be performed on nearly any
  monster party. Simply approach the monster party from behind and run into 
  or "hit" them with the X button to initiate an encounter. If you see
  "Back Attack" or "バックアタック" appear on screen as the battle begins that
  means you have successfully initiated a Back Attack, and the achievement
  will unlock.
  Note that you will never be able to initiate a Back Attack if you use the 
  Encounter Circle to begin a battle. Also, unless you are using a skill or
  item to make yourself invisible all monster parties will begin to turn
  and face you as you approach them.


                                                  100 Back Attacks - 30 points
                                                       バックアタック100回達成
                                        (Initiate a total of 100 Back Attacks)
  This achievement is also fairly easy, but it can take a bit of time. You
  just need to initiate 100 Back Attacks to unlock this achievement. It is
  not actually necessary to finish any of the encounters that you initiate
  with a Back Attack, so if you wish you can run away, and then attempt to
  initiate another Back Attack on the same monster party to more quickly
  unlock this achievement. However, in the course of the game you should 
  easily end up initiating more than 100 Back Attacks, so I do not recommend 
  the run and re-initiate technique as it is not a good use of your time.


                                            Multi-Monster Encounter - 5 points
                                                     同時エンカウント成功 (初)
                 (Successfully initiate a Simultaneous Encounter (First Time))
  Most will agree that this is the easiest achievement to unlock in the game.
  All you need to do is initiate a multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter with
  two or more monster parties.

  To unlock this achievement you will first need to play until you are able to
  use the Encounter Circle. This will happen when you enter the Vicinity of
  Mechat Crash Site area for the first time. Now all you need to do is just
  walk around any area in which monster parties appear until at least two
  parties are close to you. Open the Encounter Circle and see if two or more
  monster parties are within it. Once you are sure that at least two are
  inside the circle then select Fight All Enemies! - ぜんぶとバトル!!
  in the lower right of the screen and the achievement will unlock.

  (Note: Odds are your first multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter will also
  end up being a Monster Fight. For this reason many people think that this
  achievement is for initiating their first Monster Fight, but this is not
  the case.)


                                      10+ Monsters in an Encounter - 30 points
                                            同時エンカウント・10パーティー超え
      (Successfully complete a Simultaneous Encounter with 10 or more parties)
  This is the one and only difficult encounter type achievement. To unlock 
  this one you must initiate a multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter with
  10 or more monster parties and defeat all of the monsters! This may sound
  impossible at first, but there are several locations in the game where it is
  (relatively) easy to do:
    1. The large area in the Underground River inhabited by many 
       Kelolon (150) and  Hyper Kelolon (151) parties. In this case plenty of
       parties will be present; however, they will not bunch up so easily.
       Also, you may end up fighting the Moody Dragon (252) if you end up
       defeating all of these monster parties. (Not recommended)
    2. Anywhere along the circular path that the Mecha Base moves in the
       Giant Snowfield. This is the best place for this achievement, and it 
       is where I did it myself. Roball (075) parties will pour
       out of the Mecha Base every time it passes nearby, so you will have
       an endless supply of parties at your disposal. (Recommended)
    3. On the Southwestern Deserted Island. You will not be able to reach
       this area until late in the game, and the monster parties are fairly
       slow to appear. Attempting this achievement here can end up taking more
       time that it is worth in my opinion. (Not recommended)

  Regardless of where you attempt to do this, you will want to do the
  following to ensure success:
    - Use an item, such as Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015), that makes at least
    of your characters stink. This will attract monster parties to you that
    would normally run away.
    - If a party attacks you then do not fight! Run away. Not only will this
    keep that monster party on screen, but you will get a few seconds in which
    you cannot be attacked.
    - Just keep running around near the monster parties and try to get as many
    as possible to follow you so that they bunch up. Be sure not to run too 
    far away, as you do not want any parties to lose sight of you and 
    disappear. Open the Encounter Circle and take a good look at how many
    monster parties are already within it, and then note where the close 
    ones are that you might be able to bring into the circle by moving a
    little bit. Close the circle, make your move, and then reopen it to
    reconfirm how many monster parties are now within. Keep repeating this
    until there are at least 10 monster parties inside the circle. Once you
    have 10 then be sure to just select 
    Fight All Enemies! - ぜんぶとバトル!! to begin the encounter. The
    hard part is now over. Just make sure to defeat all the monsters in all
    of the parties so that the fight ends naturally. You will then unlock
    the achievement.

  If you find that you are having trouble with this achievement then you can
  try these optional steps:
    - Equip the Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296) to one of your party
    members. This accessory guarantees you the first attack. Use this first
    attack to make it easier to run away anytime an encounter occurs that you
    did not wish to initiate.
    - Equip the Armor class skill Vigilance - ふいうち無効. With this
    skill equipped you will no longer get surprise attacked even if a
    monster party hits you from behind.

  Also, you can check the greatest number of monster parties that you have
  simultaneously encountered in the Battle Record. To view this open the
  camp menu, select Item - アイテム, then Encyclopedia - ずかん (the bottom
  choice), and then Battle Record - せんとうのきろく (the top choice). The
  Battle Record will then appear. The information on multi-monster
  (simultaneous) encounters is on the second line:
    Multi-Monster Encounters          (number) 
    同時エンカウント              (number) 回
  If you feel that the achievement should have unlocked after a simultaneous
  encounter and it did not be sure to check this number. If it is less than
  10 then you did not simultaneously encounter enough monster parties. 
  (Note: Japanese speakers will notice what appears to be a bug with this 
  entry, as the Japanese that appears after the number for simultaneous
  encounters equates to "times". Although I am not native, I took one look at
  this stat and thought, "There is no way I have only triggered 6 simultaneous
  encounters." パーティー should really appear in place of 回 in this case,
  and 同時エンカウント should probably have been made a little more
  descriptive.)
  (Note 2: It looks like the bad Japanese text was translated literally for
  the English version... Seeing "Multi-Monster Encounters" and a number after
  it makes me think that the number represents the total number of times I
  have triggered a multi-monster encounter, and not the greatest number of
  monster parties that I have fought in a single multi-monster encounter.)


                                                100 Monster Fights - 30 points
                                                 モンスターズファイト100回発生
                                               (Initiate 100 Monster's Fights)
  The Monster Fight is a special type of encounter in Blue Dragon that can
  only be triggered by using the Encounter Circle. Basically, a Monster's 
  Fight is just a multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter with a twist: the
  monsters will fight each other instead of you!

  To initiate a Monster Fight just wait until two monster parties get close
  to each other and then look at the names that appear above their heads. If
  their names appear in yellow, then that means that these monsters do not
  like each other and a Monster Fight will occur if you use the Encounter 
  Circle to trigger a multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter with both of
  them. The game is rather kind, so if you see the names of monster parties
  turn yellow that means that the distance between them is equal to or smaller
  than the diameter of the Encounter Circle. So when you see yellow it is
  always possible to initiate a Monster Fight, but you might have to move
  first so that both monster parties will be within the Encounter Circle when
  you open it.

  So once you initiate your 100th Monster Fight then the achievement will
  unlock. This can be done in any area of the game in which parties of
  monsters that do not like each other appear. So if you are persistent you
  can unlock this achievement as early as the Lot Wilderness area.

  Here are some tips for triggering and racking up Monster Fights:
    - You can check the total number of Monster Fights you have triggered
    at any time by checking the Battle Record. To view this open the camp
    menu, select Item - アイテム, then Encyclopedia - ずかん (the bottom
    choice), and then Battle Record - せんとうのきろく (the top choice). The
    total number of Monster Fights you have initiated up to this point will be
    the number on the third line:
    Monster Fights               (number)
      モンスターバトル              (number) 回
    - If you are trying to get into position to trigger a Monster Fight and 
    one of the monster parties attacks you then do not fight them. Just run
    away and then you can trigger the fight with ease.
    - The stat that this achievement tracks does not require you to win the 
    Monster Fight. So you can simply trigger a Monster Fight, run away,
    trigger the same Monster Fight again, and repeat until you unlock the 
    achievement.
    - A Monster Fight will always occur as long as at least two monster
    parties with yellow names are within the Encounter Circle and you choose 
    to fight these parties. If other monster parties (with white names) are in
    the Encounter Circle at the same time and you fight them as well you 
    might end up fighting the monsters from the party that is not a part of 
    the Monster Fight first. When this occurs do not worry, the Monster
    Fight will still occur once you finish with the uninvolved parties.


                                 SECRET Ambushed More Than 50 Times - 0 points
                                                ふいうちをされた回数が50回以上
                                              (Get Surprise Attacked 50 times)
  A zero point "shame" achievement, but still necessary if you want to get
  them all! This can be done anytime and anywhere. Just stand with your back
  to a monster party and allow them to attack you. "Surprise Attack" or
  "ふいうち" will appear on screen when the fight begins if you were
  "successful". Once you have done this 50 times the achievement will unlock.
  When attempting to unlock this achievement make sure that you do not have
  the Armor class skill Vigilance - ふいうち無効 equipped on any
  characters, or the enemies will be unable to surprise attack you.

  Tips:
    - You need not win the fight once it begins. You can just run away and
    then wait for the monster party to attack you from behind again. In most
    cases a single monster party will only attack you from behind about four
    to six times. After that they will just stand in place. When this happens
    it is best to defeat this one and move on to another monster party.
    - If you want this achievement, but not the shame of knowing you were
    surprise attacked 50 times then just get surprise attacked 50 times,
    confirm that the achievement has unlocked, and then reset the game.


                                  SECRET Escaped More Than 50 Times - 0 points
                                                          逃げた回数が50回以上
                                                           (Run away 50 times)
  This is the second of two "shame" achievements in the game. All you need to
  do is run away from 50 fights. The achievement will unlock when you
  successfully run from your 50th fight.
  You can easily combine this with the Ambush/Surprise Attack "shame"
  achievement and earn both at the same time.

  Tips:
    - You can check the number of times you have ran away at any time by
    checking the Battle Record. To view this open the camp menu, select
    Item - アイテム, then Encyclopedia - ずかん (the bottom choice), and then
    Battle Record - せんとうのきろく(the top choice). The total number of
    times you have ran away will appear on the fifth (or bottom) line. This
    is how it appears in Japanese:
      逃げた回数                 (number) 回
    - Shu is too proud to run, and cannot run from fights until disc three.
    - There is one encounter in this game that you will have to run away from.
    It occurs when you enter the Ancient Factory for the first time. So if you
    want to make this special event have more meaning, do not enter the 
    Ancient Factory until you have ran away exactly 49 times.
    (Disclaimer: I have not actually tested this, so there is a possibility 
    that running away from this event related encounter might not unlock the
    achievement.)
    (There is another event that involves running later in the game, but I do
    not know if this counts toward the achievement or not since it is not
    really an encounter.)
    - If you want this achievement, but cannot live with knowing that anyone
    can check your Battle Record and see that you ran away 50 times then just
    do the following: Run away from 50 fights, confirm that the achievement
    has unlocked, and then reset the game. You will have the achievement and
    a "clean" battle record. Keep in mind though that you will not be able to
    complete the game without running away at least once due to the events
    mentioned above.



F. Experience Achievements

  The experience achievements require you to max out both the normal levels of
  all five of your characters and all nine classes for each of their
  shadows. To put things into perspective, this means you will need to amass
  at least 815,610 experience points total, around 66,150 SP points total, 
  and a cool 1,000,000 gold to unlock all of these achievements.
  This may seem like a lot of leveling, but there are some items and
  skills that will help you immensely. A list follows, and please consult
  the full list of items in Section J for details on how to obtain these
  items.

    The following accessories will only benefit the character that equips 
    them, and there is no additional benefit for equipping the same item in
    multiple accessory slots:
      Black Belt - 黒帯 (307) - Doubles SP

      Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) - Doubles SP

      Lei - レイ (290) - Grants a 50% EXP bonus

    (Note also that any EXP or SP bonuses will not appear on the Result screen
    at the conclusion of a battle. Rest assured that you are getting the
    bonus points though.)

    The following items will increase the amount of gold your party receives
    after a winning a fight:
      Stomach-Band - はらまき (305) - Extra gold is earned only when the
                                      character that has this equipped attacks

      Crown of the King Ghost - 王様ゴーストの冠 (315) - Doubles the amount
                                                         of gold received

      Diamond-Encrusted Ring - ダイヤだらけのリング (222) - Extra gold is 
                                                            earned only when
                                                            the character that
                                                            has this equipped
                                                            attacks
      (Note: The Diamond-Encrusted Ring - ダイヤだらけのリング (222) is
      horrible and should never be equipped. Gold is easy to come by, and any
      monetary advantage this ring has is absolutely eclipsed by its
      unbelievably bad stats.)

    The field skill Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier) is very helpful
    in rapidly increasing your SP. This skill envelops your party leader in a
    spherical barrier when activated. This barrier will kill any weak monster
    party that you have fought normally at least once just by walking into it.
    No gold or EXP is awarded; however, you will receive a percentage of the
    SP that you would have earned if you were to have fought the monster party.
    There are three levels of this skill:

      Field Barrier 1 - バリバリア1 - Requires 5 MP to activate, and then
                                       30 MP for every monster party you defeat
                                       with it. Only 1/3 of the normal SP is
                                       awarded. Earned at Rank 6 for the
                                       Barrier Magic (Barrier) class.

      Field Barrier 2 - バリバリア2 - Requires 5 MP to activate, and then
                                       10 MP for every monster party you defeat
                                       with it. Only 1/2 of the normal SP is
                                       awarded. Earned at Rank 21 for the
                                       Barrier Magic (Barrier) class.

      Field Barrier 3 - バリバリア3 - Requires 5 MP to activate, and then
                                       1 MP for every monster party you defeat
                                       with it. Only 1/2 of the normal SP is
                                       awarded. Earned at Rank 50 for the
                                       Barrier Magic (Barrier) class.

    (Note: You can tell if Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier) will work
    on any monster party by looking at its name while
    Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier) is active. If a red line appears
    under the monster party's name then you can defeat it with
    Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier). If there is no line then your
    barrier will be shattered if you walk into this monster party.)

    Each of these items can be used to increase the rank of a specific
    character's shadow:
      Sword Master Heart - ソードの心 (075) - Increases the rank of the
                                              Sword Master (Sword) class
                                              by one.

      Guardian Heart - アーマーの心 (076) - Increases the rank of the 
                                            Guardian (Armor) class by one.

      Monk Heart - モンクの心 (077) - Increases the rank of the Monk class
                                      by one.

      Assassin Heart - アサシンの心 (078) - Increases the rank of the Assassin 
                                            class by one.

      Black Magic Heart - ブラックの心 (079) - Increases the rank of the
                                               Black Magic (Black) 
                                               class by one.

      White Magic Heart - ホワイトの心 (080) - Increases the rank of the
                                               White Magic (White)
                                               class by one.

      Barrier Magic Heart - バリアの心 (081) - Increases the rank of the
                                               Barrier Magic (Barrier) 
                                               class by one.

      Support Magic Heart - パワーの心 (082) - Increases the rank of the
                                               Support Magic (Power) class
                                               by one.

      Generalist Heart - コンビネーションの心 (083) - Increases the rank of the
                                                      Generalist (Combination)
                                                      class by one.

      All-Heart - すべての心 (084) - Increases the rank of all classes
                                     by one.

      気まぐれな心 (Whimsical Heart(910)) - This can randomly increase the
                                            rank of several classes by one,
                                            two, three, or four.
                                  (I am not sure if this item is present in
                                  the English versions of Blue Dragon or not.)

    WARNING! Do not use any of the "heart" items to increase the rank of any
    class from 98 to 99. Doing so can cause problems with the achievements.
    It has already been confirmed that the single class achievements will
    not unlock if rank 99 is reached by using one of these items, and odds are
    the achievements for maxing all classes are affected in the same way.
    WARNING!! This game does not protect you from wasting any of the "heart"
    items on a class that is already rank 99.

  As a final warning, I must state that earning these achievements will make
  the game easier than you could ever imagine. Once you hit level 99 with
  all characters and rank 99 with any shadow class you will essentially be
  invincible to all normal monsters and compulsory bosses left in the game.
  The optional super-bosses will still pose a bit of a challenge depending
  upon your strategy, but even they will not be all that dangerous to you.
  So be careful with these achievements if you want the game to challenge you
  up to the end.

  If you are concerned about the game being too easy once you unlock these
  achievements then simply save in a different slot once you begin maxing out
  your levels and ranks. After you unlock all the associated achievements
  save on this different slot, reset, and then reload you original save. Then
  you can go on playing at your original level.

  And of course, if you like the fact that many RPGs allow players to become
  all-powerful just by leveling up, then you are in for a treat. Personally I
  think the designers had a purpose with the ease of the final encounters for
  players at high levels, but I will not spoil this here.


                                    Maxed Out All Character Levels - 50 points
                                                       全キャラクターレベルMAX
                                          (Reach MAX level for all characters)

                                                Got 1,000,000 Gold - 25 points
                                                       1,000,000ゴールド貯めた
                                                      (Amassed 1,000,000 gold)
  I have grouped these achievements together because it is very easy to
  unlock the gold achievement while working toward the max level one.
  
  Unlocking the gold achievement is easy, just amass 1,000,000 gold and
  it will unlock right away. You can confirm how much gold you have at any
  time on the camp menu. Earning one million gold may sound daunting, so you
  might start using the Negotiate - 交渉術 skill or avoiding shops to
  save money for this achievement. Well, you do not have to do any of this.
  Blue Dragon is not real life, and you can spend all the money you want
  without worrying about this achievement. (Negotiate - 交渉術 is still good
  to use so you don't run out of money, but don't worry if you forget it from
  time to time.)

  The MAX level achievement is also simple to unlock, as you need only raise
  the levels of Shu, Jiro, Kluke, Marumaro, and Zola to level 99. As soon as
  the final character reaches level 99 the achievement will unlock. This task
  may also sound painfully boring, but happily there is a way to
  speed up the process and unlock this achievement along with the gold
  achievement. You will also make some progress towards the shadow class
  achievements at the same time!

  There are many ways to unlock these achievements, but I found it best to
  follow the advice of the Japanese help site and use the "automatic level 
  up machine" on the Southern Deserted Island. Unfortunately you will not be
  able to access this area until you get the Mechat on disc three, as you can
  only reach the island by flying to it.

  This island is part of the chain of small islands near the bottom of the
  world map. In the center of this chain you should see a fairly large island.
  Look to the right of this island and you should see a small triangle shaped
  island. This triangle shaped island is the Southern Deserted Island. As you
  fly over the islands attempting to reach it be sure to watch the area name
  description in upper right of the screen. When you see "Southern Deserted 
  Island" appear land on this island, but make sure not to land on the small
  hill on this island or you will not encounter any monster parties. Also,
  try to land near the edge of the island so that the Mechat will not
  obscure your view of any monster parties.

  Once you are on the island equip the following to any one character:
    Poo Bracelet - ウンチの腕輪 (190)
    Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296)
    Optional: Loot - ぶんどる
  Optional: Treasure Hunt - トレジャーハント
    This combination will ensure that this character will always get the first
    attack in any fight, and they will kill any normal Poo Snakes in one hit.
    The optional combination of Loot - ぶんどる and
    Treasure Hunt - トレジャーハント will then allow you to steal
    Guardian Hearts - アーマーの心 (076) from time to time.

  Make sure all characters have one of the following SP doublers equipped:
    Black Belt - 黒帯 (307) (Your should have 5 of these by disc two, see the
                            note on fighting Corrosive Poo (012) in Section J.)
    Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317)

  Equip as many of the following accessory as you have to different
  characters: (Do not equip more than one on the same character.)
    Lei - レイ (290)

  Make sure one character other than the one that has the
  Poo Bracelet - ウンチの腕輪 (190) equips this accessory:
   Crown of the King Ghost - 王様ゴーストの冠 (315)

  Finally, do something that makes one of your characters stink. 
  Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015) works fine, or you can equip and un-equip
  the Dog Collar - 愛犬の首輪 (286).

  Now you are ready to begin leveling up. Only one type of monster party will
  appear on this island, and it consists of one Golden Poo Snake (006). Each
  time you encounter this monster party and defeat the sole enemy you will net
  the following:
    - 1515 EXP for all characters with the Lei - レイ (290) equipped,
      and 1010 EXP for the others

    - 20 SP for all characters with a Black Belt - 黒帯 (307) or
      Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) equipped

    - A random amount of gold varying from 0 to 40,000, with an average of
      10,000

  As you can see, you will net a lot of EXP, a decent amount of SP, and a
  (potentially) massive amount of gold in every fight. You also have about
  a 20% chance of stealing an Guardian Hearts - アーマーの心 (076) if you
  equipped the Loot - ぶんどる and Treasure Hunt - トレジャーハント skills.

  You now have two choices as to how to continue to level 99:
  
  1. If you happen to have an Xbox360 controller that has a turbo function, 
  you can now just put the A button on turbo and walk away. The Golden Poo
  Snake (006) parties will continue to appear and attack you, the turbo A
  button will finish the fight, and return to you the field so that the
  process can continue. I would guestimate that it will take around 3 hours
  per 10 levels using this method. (This is why they call this island an
  automatic level up machine.)

  2. The turbo controller method is nice, as you can avoid the boredom of
  mindless level raising. However, doing this will cause you to waste a lot of
  SP, and you will not get the full effect of the Leis - レイ (290) that you
  have. So it is recommended that you do not use the turbo method, and instead
  roam around the island actively encountering and defeating the
  Golden Poo Snake (006) parties as they appear. There are several advantages
  to this:
    - You can change shadow classes to avoid wasting SP if one maxes out.
    - You can rotate the Leis - レイ (290) to help maximize their effect.
    - You will most likely gain levels at a speed of 8-10 per hour.
  I personally recommend that you use this time to try and learn as many
  skills as you can. This will not only help add to your collection of skills,
  but will make it easier to unlock the max rank achievements later. Just
  do not forget to re-equip any accessories, such as the
  Black Belt - 黒帯 (307), when you change shadow classes.

  Regardless of the method you choose, you will most definitely unlock the
  achievement for one million gold long before you reach level 99 on all
  five of your characters and unlock the max level achievement. As another
  bonus, you will also have unlocked the achievement for defeating the
  Golden Poo Snake - ゴールデンウンチスネーク (006) during this process.

  Note: Cannot wait to get the gold related achievement? Well, if you want it
  faster you can always check out the total value of all your items and money
  in the Encyclopedia (Logbook). If this value is greater than 1,000,000 then
  just save, un-equip everything, find a store, and sell everything. Selling
  all your items should get you over 1,000,000 gold and the achievement should
  unlock. Once the achievement has unlocked just reset and load your save to
  continue playing. This tip comes from peekaboo on the GameFAQs boards.
 

                                             Dragon: Max One Class - 30 points
                                              ドラゴン・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                               (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Dragon)

                                           Minotaur: Max One Class - 30 points
                                          ミノタウロス・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                             (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Minotaur)

                                            Phoenix: Max One Class - 30 points
                                          フェニックス・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                              (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Phoenix)

                                 SECRET Saber-Tooth: Max One Class - 30 points
                                      サーベルタイガー・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                          (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Saber Tiger)

                                  SECRET Killer Bat: Max One Class - 30 points
                                          キラーバット・カテゴリー1つランクMAX
                           (Reach MAX rank in any category for the Killer Bat)

                                           Dragon: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                               ドラゴン・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                           (Reach MAX rank for all of the Dragon's categories)

                                         Minotaur: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                           ミノタウロス・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                         (Reach MAX rank for all of the Minotaur's categories)

                                          Phoenix: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                           フェニックス・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                          (Reach MAX rank for all of the Phoenix's categories)

                               SECRET Saber-Tooth: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                       サーベルタイガー・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                      (Reach MAX rank for all of the Saber Tiger's categories)

                                SECRET Killer Bat: Max All Classes - 50 points
                                           キラーバット・全カテゴリーランクMAX
                       (Reach MAX rank for all of the Killer Bat's categories)
  It is very easy to unlock all 10 of the rank related achievements. Just
  reach rank 99 in any one class for each character to unlock half of them,
  and just reach rank 99 in all nine classes for all characters to unlock
  the rest. Sounds easy, right? Well, it is also very simple to make it so
  that you can never earn these achievements during your current play through. 
  Make sure that you do not use any of the "heart" items to increase any
  classes' rank from 98 to 99. It has been confirmed from several sources
  that this will result in any of the single rank achievements not unlocking.
  Although it has not been confirmed or denied, this may happen with the all
  classes achievements as well. So remember, do not use the any of "heart"
  items to increase any rank from 98 to 99.

  The best way to unlock all these rank related achievements without fear is
  to learn the skill Field Barrier 3 - バリバリア3 (BariBarrier3). 
  (Field Barrier 2 - バリバリア2 will work as well, but it uses too much
  MP to make it practical.)

  There are several places to use the Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier).
  Some people like the to do this on the Southwestern Deserted Island, but
  there is a much better place, and it is available to you once you reach
  disc two. This area is the Laser Field (Laser Zone).

  While you can just jump right to the Laser Field (Laser Zone) as soon as you
  have access to it early on disc two, I recommend waiting until you have
  five Black Belts - 黒帯 (307) to ensure that you gain maximum SP. Please see
  Section J for locations of five Black Belts - 黒帯 (307).

  I also recommend that you do not begin power ranking your shadow classes
  until after you have fully maxed out the levels of your characters. This is
  for two reasons. First, you will receive SP during the battles that you net
  experience from. So you will end up spending more time than you need to if
  you start by maxing out the ranks of your shadow classes. Second, in the
  process of leveling your characters you should have learned as many skills
  as possible.

  In order to use the Laser Field (Laser Zone) to gain SP at an excellent rate
  you will need to have the Field Barrier 3 - バリバリア3 (BariBarrier3) 
  field skill for at least one character. Although not necessary,
  Black Belts - 黒帯 (307) or the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) are also highly
  recommended as they will cut the time required to unlock these achievements
  in half. One very important thing to keep in mind is that you must remember
  to confirm that these SP doubling accessories are still equipped when you
  change shadow classes.

  When you are ready to begin warp to the Laser Field (Laser Zone). First use
  something, such as Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015), to make one of your
  characters stink, and then activate Field Barrier 3 - バリバリア3
  (BariBarrier3). Now move forward into the Laser Field (Laser Zone) while
  looking forward. You should see several of the purple mole parties off in
  the distance just a bit to the left. You want to move to where these parties
  are. They are hovering around a treasure chest in a small alcove. (Odds are
  you have opened this chest already.) Once you reach this chest just stand 
  there and watch the moles flock to you. Each of these parties will be worth
  2 SP, and although it won't display differently, every character with an
  SP doubler will receive 4 SP.

  Now you will pretty much not need to do anything other than watch the SP 
  add up. However, there is one thing that will stand in the way. That is the
  way the game lets you know that you have learned a new skill when using
  Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier): The game will bring up a screen
  that shows you the skills you just learned. This screen will pause the
  action, so you will need to manually dismiss it to return to the SP
  gathering. This is the reason that I recommended trying to learn as many
  skills as possible while leveling up your characters.

  So the best course of action here is to first make sure that you have
  learned every skill for every class for every character. This process is
  still boring, but will go fairly quickly. Here are the ranks you need to
  reach for each class to obtain all the skills:
    Sword Master (Sword) - 32
    Black Magic (Black) - 36
    White Magic (White) - 33
    Support Magic (Power) - 35
    Barrier Magic (Barrier) - 50
    Assassin - 35
    Monk - 31
    Guardian (Armor) - 33
    Generalist (Combination) - 36

  Once you reach those levels then it is time for the boring process of
  getting all the classes to rank 99. So I recommend doing this 
  while watching a television program that you enjoy. Just let 
  Field Barrier 3 - バリバリア3 (BariBarrier3) do the work for you while
  watch TV, and then check on the game during commercial breaks.

  When you check on the game make sure to switch the classes of shadows 
  that are at 99 or close to it to a lower rank one. Keep repeating this until
  you get close to running out of magic. At this point you can either use 
  items to keep the Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier) going or head to
  an inn. I personally like the one in  Baroy Town because it is free. Just do
  not forget to use an item to make someone stink after every visit to an inn.
  And definitely do not forget to re-equip Black Belts - 黒帯 (307) or the
  Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) after you change shadow classes! As you use
  this technique you will see the single class max achievements unlock
  fairly quickly; however, it will be a while before the all class max
  achievements unlock. Sadly this process can take anywhere from 10 to 15
  hours depending upon what ranks you were at when you began. You can use the
  "heart" items if you wish, but it is best to wait until you hit level 50 in
  the class first. And of course, never use one to go from rank 98 to 99.



G. Event achievements

  There are three main types of event achievements: Dexterity, Timed, and
  Mini-Game.
  
  The Dexterity achievements are all secret, and all but one of them require
  you to rapidly press an indicated button. You will need to press the
  indicated button very rapidly, but do not worry, this is nothing like the
  grueling button pressing tasks in some other games, like Neon Genesis
  Evangelion for the Nintendo 64. (Note: I am not sure, but it seems like
  they may have made these achievements more difficult in the English version
  of the game. So get those thumbs in shape!)

  Only one timed achievement exists in Blue Dragon, and it is quite simple.
  You must simply complete a specific task within a set time limit.

  Mini-game achievements can be divided into two main categories: Mechat
  Shooting and not-Mechat Shooting. Regardless of the category of these
  achievements each one will require you to complete a mini-game perfectly.
  The definition of perfection varies from game to game, and these are
  probably the most difficult achievements to earn from an action standpoint.

  Each type of event achievement shares two things in common:

  A save point is always available just before the event associated with each
  of these achievements. This makes it very important to save using lots of
  different save slots. This will allow you to have as many chances as you
  need to unlock each achievement. So remember, if you fail to unlock an
  event achievement but wish to keep playing then do not save over the save
  data you created just before the event! Use a different slot for future
  saves.

  Each of these achievements has a tale tell sign. A button icon will appear
  on screen for all dexterity achievements, a countdown clock for the timed
  one, and a tutorial that you can choose to view as many times as you want
  for mini-game ones.

  There is one mini-game that does not have an achievement associated with it,
  and it is the robot chase that occurs in the ice field on disc two. It is
  true that this mini-game has a tutorial; however, this tutorial will be
  shown to you automatically, and you cannot view it more than once. So the
  event does follow the rules I just mentioned, but odds are many players
  probably thought that there was an achievement associated with this
  mini-game... I know I did, and I wasted about 35 minutes doing it over and
  over until I did it perfectly. Trust me, there is no benefit to perfection
  on this mini-game : (

  IMPORTANT NOTE FOR PLAYERS OF THE ENGLISH VERSION OF THE GAME:
  NaughtyVicar from GameFAQs has confirmed that you must select NORMAL when
  you are given a choice in mini-game difficulty or the achievement will NOT
  unlock. So if you ever see a difficulty choice appear during a mini-game
  always choose NORMAL if you want the achievement.  


                                 SECRET Closed Flying Fortress Door - 5 points
                                                                    扉閉め成功
                                                 (Successfully close the door)
  This is the first dexterity type event achievement in the game, and it 
  occurs before you even get the shadows for you characters. Unlocking this
  achievement requires you to close a door in the Flying Fortress (Giant
  Mechat) before any Mecha Robos (068) can get through it.

  Make sure that you save at the save point in the room in which you receive
  the Light Spheres (319) in the Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat). I recommend
  saving right after you get the spheres so that you do not have to watch the
  cut scene again if you need to reset and reload this save.

  Once you have the save prepared exit through the open door in this room.
  Your characters will automatically run down the hall, and a cut scene will
  begin outside of a door that uses a crank wheel to open and close it. Once
  this cut scene ends the dexterity achievement will begin.

  You must rapidly press the A button as fast as you can to try and close 
  this door. Begin pressing as soon as you see the A button icon and 
  associated meter appear on screen. As you press the A button the meter will
  fill. Even if the meter appears to be full do not stop rapidly pressing the
  A button. Once the meter disappears and Shu begins closing the door you can
  take a rest for about 2 seconds, but it is best to begin rapidly pressing
  A again before Shu stops talking. Just like before keep pressing A over and
  over until the meter at the top of the screen goes away. You can take
  another 1-2 second break, but be sure to begin pounding the A button again
  before the cut scene with Shu closing the door a little more ends. Keep up
  the rapid button pressing until the third meter disappears and Shu
  completely closes the door.

  If you were able to make Shu close the door without any Mecha Robos (068)
  getting in and attacking you then the achievement will unlock. Conversely,
  if any of the robots were able to attack you then you should reset right
  away, load the save you prepared and try again.


                                             Wagon Escort: Perfect - 30 points
                                                        馬車護衛・パーフェクト
                                             (Complete Wagon Escort perfectly)
  This is the first mini-game achievement that you will encounter, and
  it will seem very difficult at first. To unlock it you must escort two
  wagons from Talta (Tata) Village and defeat any monster parties that appear
  along the way before they can do any damage.

  The game is very kind with the save point for this mini-game. Once you
  reach the Road to Jibral (Gibral) for the first time by passing through
  Mural Valley you will quickly meet up with the villagers from Talta (Tata)
  Village. This will lead to you making camp with them for the night. To get
  through this event just enter the tent where Jiro and his family are, go
  back outside, and then head to the fire at the center of the camp. The game
  will now ask if you wish to save. Be sure to save by choosing the top choice
  in the popup that appears and then saving in the normal manner. This save
  will now take you right to the tutorial screen for this mini-game if you
  load it.

  This mini-game will begin right after you are prompted to save in the 
  Talta (Tata) Villager's Camp. It will be daytime again and a popup will
  appear asking if you wish to view the tutorial for the Wagon Escort
  mini-game. The top choice will let you watch it, after which you will be
  asked if you wish to view it again. Regardless of whether you view the
  tutorial or not, the mini-game will not begin until you select the bottom
  choice.

  There are a few simple rules to this mini-game:
    - You have three items with which you can restore the HP of the wagons
      with. However, if the wagons take any damage the achievement cannot
      be unlocked, so do not worry about them.
    - When monster parties appear a small window will appear showing one of
      the parties and the villagers will moan in fear. Although the window
      only shows one party do not assume that one only has appeared.
    - Two types of monster parties will appear to attack the wagons. The
      Fat Pack Rat - ジブラルネズミ (163) parties will move very quickly and
      the Steel-Eating Tiger - 鉄食いタイガー (225) parties will move much
      slower. This means you always want to go for the
      Fat Pack Rat - ジブラルネズミ (163) parties first.
    - The appearance of monster parties during this mini-game is not random,
      so the same parties will appear at the same times and places every time
      you play this mini-game.
    - Once all the monster parties near the wagons have been defeated the
      villagers will almost always sigh in relief or say thank you in the
      language that the voice overs are playing in.
    - If the wagons encounter stones in the road they will stop moving until
      you clear the way. Just approach an offending stone and press A when the
      button icon appears to push the stone over and make it disappear.

  Here are a few tips that will ensure success in unlocking this achievement:
    - Use the Encounter Circle constantly throughout this mini-game to confirm
      the position of any monster parties, to quickly engage monster parties
      that are at a distance, and to trigger simultaneous encounters 
      when possible.
    - If you lose your bearings after a fight then open the Encounter Circle
      right away. The action will pause and you can get an idea of where
      to move next.
    - Make sure to be in the correct position before the monster parties
      appear. This will be easy to do since nothing is random in this
      mini-game.
    - Do not wait to use the Encounter Circle to trigger a fight with a
      monster party that appears on top of you or right next to you. Monster
      parties do not register in the Encounter Circle when they are popping
      into the field, but you can still fight them by running into them at
      this time.
    - It is a good idea to play all the way through this mini-game once even
      if you allow the wagons to be attacked so that you will get a more
      familiar idea of when and where the monster parties appear.
    - Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier) may seem like it will make this
      achievement a breeze, but it can actually make it harder. There are a
      couple of times where it is convenient, but it is never necessary.

  Let's begin the escort!
    - First Encounter: One Fat Pack Rat (163) party - 
    Begin by walking next to the horse pulling the lead wagon. Stay on its 
    left side, and make sure to stay lined up with its head until a 
    Fat Pack Rat (163) party pops up just in front of and to the left of the
    lead wagon. You should be right there, so engage this party by running
    into it and defeat it.

    - Second Encounter: One Fat Pack Rat (163) party - 
    Now move to a position just between the wagons, but hang to the right
    just a bit. Continue to move in this position with the wagons until the
    Fat Pack Rat (163) party pops up a bit right of the space between the two
    wagons. Run right into this party and finish it.

    - Third Encounter: One Fat Pack Rat (163) and 
                                          one Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party - 
    Walk next to the front left corner of the lead wagon, and keep this
    position as the wagon moves. When you see a treasure chest in front of you
    and to the left prepare for battle. In just a few seconds two parties will
    appear. The Fat Pack Rat (163) party will be just left of the front corner
    of the lead wagon, which is where you should be. As soon as this party
    pops run at it and you will engage it quicker than you could if you used
    the Encounter Circle. Once this party is history you must quickly move to
    the right of the space between the wagons, which is where the
    Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party will be waiting. This party will most
    likely detect the wagons as you approach it, so make sure to use the
    Encounter Circle to engage it from a distance. These tigers are tough, so
    take care in defeating them. Also, do not forget to heal you characters
    after the fight. (If you wish, you may open the treasure chest now, but it
    is not necessary.)

    - Fourth Encounter: Two Fat Pack Rat (163) parties - 
    There is a bit of a break before the fourth encounter. Stay just in front
    of the lead wagon and move with it until it comes to a stop at a couple of
    rocks. Knock both rocks down with A, and remain just out in front of the
    lead wagon until it comes to a stop at a single rock. Knock this one down
    with A as well, and let the wagon come to a stop and the next single rock.
    When you push this rock over a Fat Pack Rat (163) party will appear on
    both sides of the lead wagon. The left party will be near the middle of
    the wagon and the right one will be near its rear. So as soon as you push
    the rock turn around and run down the left side of the lead wagon so that
    you run into the Fat Pack Rat (163) party as he is popping and engage him.
    Once that fight is complete run to the back of the lead wagon, turn left,
    and head between the wagons toward the remaining Fat Pack Rat (163) party.
    If you are moving fast it will just be detecting the wagons when you get
    into Encounter Circle range. So be sure to use the Encounter Circle to
    engage this party and then defeat it. 

    - Fifth Encounter: Two Fat Pack Rat (163) and
                                          one Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party -
    Now hang just behind the rear wagon. Stay off to its left, and move along
    in pace with it until you see (and hear) several parties pop. One
    Fat Pack Rat (163) party will be just behind and to the left of the rear
    wagon, and another will be just to the right of the space in between the
    wagons. A Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party will be in front and left of the
    lead wagon. You should be in perfect position to slam into the 
    Fat Pack Rat (163) party behind the rear wagon, so do so and defeat it.
    As soon as this fight ends run straight up the left side of the rear wagon
    and move between the wagons until you are close enough to use the
    Encounter Circle to engage and defeat the other Fat Pack Rat (163) party
    from a distance. Once this fight concludes run straight up the left side
    of the lead wagon towards the Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party. As you pass
    the front left corner of the wagon you will be in range, so open the
    Encounter Circle and engage this last party from a distance. Remember to
    heal your characters after this fight if you take any damage.

    - Sixth Encounter: Two Fat Pack Rat (163) and
                                          one Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party -
    Once again there is a slight break. Stay in front of the lead wagon and
    push over the two stones as it reaches them. Remain in front of the wagon
    and wait for it to reach another stone. As soon as you push this stone
    out of the way three monster parties will appear. A Fat Pack Rat (163)
    party will appear just right of the front right corner of the lead wagon,
    and another will appear a fair bit right of the area between the wagons.
    A lone Steel-Eating Tiger (225) party will appear in front of and left of
    the lead wagon. So as soon as you see the enemies pop turn around and run
    right into the Fat Pack Rat (163) party that is just right of the lead
    wagon. Once it is no more, continue to run back towards the other
    Fat Pack Rat (163) party. You will want to use the Encounter Circle to
    engage it from a distance, and you should be in range as you pass by the
    head of the horse of the rear wagon. So use the Encounter Circle to engage
    this party at the greatest distance you can, and then defeat it. After
    this fight run between the wagons and up the left side of the lead wagon
    until you are in Encounter Circle range of the Steel-Eating Tiger (225)
    party. Engage it with the Encounter Circle and defeat it. (If you happen
    to run up the right side of the lead wagon you still have a good chance of
    making it around in time, so to not give up right away if you do this.)
    Don't forget to heal any injured characters after this fight.

    - Seventh and Final Encounter: Two Fat Pack Rat (163) parties -
    The wagons will come to a final stone and stop. Feel free to relax if you
    need to for a second. Once you push this final stone down two
    Fat Pack Rat (163) parties will appear fairly far out in front of the lead
    wagon. One will be on the left and one will be on the right. So just move
    a bit forward after you push the stone and open the Encounter Circle. You
    should easily be able to simultaneously encounter these two parties.
    Defeat them both and continue on with the wagons until a popup appears.
    This popup is asking if you would like to save. Feel free to save, and
    most definitely use a different save slot if you allowed the wagons to be
    attacked.

    If you were able to escort the wagons without allowing any monster parties
    to attack either of them then the achievement will unlock when the save
    popup appears. If either wagon takes damage during this mini-game then
    you should reset right away, load the save you prepared, and try again.
    (Remember, it is a good idea to finish the mini-game at least once even
    if you do not unlock the achievement.)


                               SECRET Pulled in the Flying Fortress - 5 points
                                                      巨大メカット引き寄せ成功
                                       (Successfully pull in the Giant Mechat)
  This dexterity type event achievement occurs not too long after the Wagon
  Defense mini-game. You must help Jibral (Gibral) soldiers to pull on chains
  quickly so that the massive Gorgo that is using a crank to reel in the
  chain does not get mad at you.

  In order to have the quickest access to this event you should save at the
  save point that is next to the warp device (monument). This is just in front
  of the castle. You want to wait until you have slept in the inn in town and
  been awoken by the storm before you make this save. Happily this save point
  is on the way to your destination.

  With the save taken care of head into the castle to see a nice teaser of a
  cut scene. Once you are back in control head upstairs to the second floor.
  You should now stop by the office of the old man that likes dogs now for
  an item (as long as you were nice to him in the past!) Continue all way to
  the roof of the castle for more cut scenes. As soon as these cut scenes end
  the achievement will begin.

  You must rapidly press the button indicated on screen as fast as you can to
  help the Gorgo's and soldiers reel in the chains. The button that you must
  press will be random, and it can be the A, B, X, or Y button. Just like
  before you want to quickly begin pressing as soon as you see the button
  icon appear. Continue to rapidly press until a cut scene plays showing
  Shu and some soldiers pulling in a chain. There will be a meter, but
  remember, do not watch the meter, always wait for the cut scene before
  you stop pounding on the button. As the cut scene ends get ready to rapidly
  press the next button that appears. Do so until the chain pulling cut scene
  plays again. After this cut scene ends rapidly press the next button that
  appears until the chain pulling cut scene plays for the third time. This
  marks the end of this event.

  If you were able to make Shu and the soldiers pull on the chains without 
  angering the Gorgo that is using the crank then the achievement will
  unlock. However, if a short cut scene showing just the large Gorgo waving
  one of his arms played at any time while you were rapidly pressing the
  indicated button then you were not fast enough and the achievement will
  not unlock. You should reset, load the save you prepared, and try again.
  Do not forget to stop by the old man's office for the item again if you
  have to reload.
  (Note: When only the Gorgo's face appears in a small window this is not
  the "anger" cut scene. This is normal and will occur at the beginning of
  each button pressing session.)


                                  Mechat Shooting Stage 1: Perfect - 30 points
                                     メカットシューティング・ST1・パーフェクト
                                  (Complete Mechat Shooting Stage 1 perfectly)
  This mini-game occurs when you have completed all tasks in the Flying
  Fortress (Giant Mechat). To unlock the associated achievement you need to
  shoot down the enemy Mechat in Mechat Shooting Stage 1 without taking any
  damage.

  WARNING! It will be impossible to unlock this achievement if you have
  downloaded the New Year's Present downloadable content from the Xbox Live
  Marketplace and it is present on any storage device connected to your
  Xbox360. Make sure to either delete or remove the storage device that this
  content is on before loading the game when attempting this achievement.

  Once again the game is very kind with the location of the save point before
  this mini-game. Once you reach the dock area of the Flying Fortress 
  (Giant Mechat) and defeat a familiar boss make sure to use the save point
  that is just to your left.

  When you are ready to begin the mini-game walk from the save point to the
  small Mechat at the end of the dock. A lot of cut scenes will play, and then
  the tutorial popup for this mini-game will appear. (A checkpoint is also
  saved.) Feel free to view the tutorial, but remember you will have to 
  choose the bottom choice when you want Mechat Shooting Stage 1 to begin.

  This is the first of three Mechat Shooting stages in the game, and they all
  share the same basic rules:
    - The Mechat will be set to auto-pilot, but you will control its machine
      gun and missile launcher.
    - The machine gun has infinite ammo, but it will overheat if used for
      too long. The heat gauge appears below the life gauge in the upper left
      of the screen. Try to keep the gun from overheating by letting off from
      time to time. (By default the A button fires the machine gun.)
    - The machine gun is best used to shoot down enemy projectiles, such as
      missiles or spike balls. However, nothing can shoot down ring lasers.
    - Missiles can only be fired by locking on to an enemy. To lock on you
      must highlight an enemy and hold down the B button. To fire once locked
      on just release B.
    - You can lock on to the same target multiple times if it will take more
      than one missile to destroy it.
    - The number of missiles you can carry is limited, but you can replenish
      them by shooting down enemy projectiles or destroying enemy targets.
      Extra missiles appear in the form of yellow boxes, and these will
      automatically come to your Mechat. (Green boxes restore life, but to
      get the achievement you cannot get hit, so you never want to see them!)
    - Pressing the Left or Right triggers or bumpers will rotate the camera
      90 degrees to the left or the right.
    
  Here is some information that applies only to Mechat Shooting Stage 1:
    - You will only be able carry a maximum of 4 missiles.
    - You will only be able to lock onto a total of two targets at once.
    - When aiming forward the upper body of the Mechat will obscure your view.
    - Although the tutorial mentions the ring laser I have never seen the
      enemy that you will face here use them.

  Honestly there is really not much to say about Mechat Shooting Stage 1. You
  just need to use the machine gun to shoot down the missiles that the enemy
  Mechat fires at you while continuing to lock on and fire your missiles at
  it. Since perfection means you cannot take any damage prioritize destroying
  the enemies projectiles over attacking him. If you lose sight of the enemy
  Jiro will often tell you where he is, but this will be in Japanese if you
  are playing the Japanese version or you have the voice overs set to Japanese.
  So use the triggers or bumpers to quickly find the enemy and continue to
  fight. After you damage the enemy enough the screen will fade for a moment,
  and then he will appear in front of you. Just continue defending and
  attacking when this happens, as it means he will not last much longer.

  Once you shoot down the enemy Mechat for good Mechat Shooting Stage 1 will
  be complete. If you did not take any damage at all then the achievement will
  unlock. If you took any damage then sadly you will have to try again. Since
  a checkpoint was saved before this mini-game began you can wait until the
  enemy kills you, but this takes forever. So you are better off to just
  reset, load the save you prepared, and try again if you get hit. (Remember,
  you can skip cut scenes with the START button.)


                                               SECRET Rescued Kluke - 5 points
                                                              クルック救出成功
                                                     (Successfully save Kluke)
  This is the only dexterity type achievement that does not require you to
  rapidly press buttons. This event will be the first major event to occur
  after you leave Pachess (Paches) Town and become able to cross the chasm
  that splits the Giant Snow Fields. You just need to push the indicated
  button once each time a button icon appears on screen to help Shu catch up
  to Kluke to unlock this achievement.

  Saving is a snap as this event occurs when you enter an area from the field,
  and you can save at any time while in the field. You will want to move to
  Northwest area of the Giant Snow Fields until you find a large crater. You
  will know this area when you see it, as the ground around the crater is
  brown and two types of monster parties stand guard all around it. Once you
  have reached this area make sure to save before you approach the crater
  itself. Anywhere in front of the monster parties that guard the crater is
  fine.

  Warning! The area inside this crater contains what many feel is the hardest
  boss fight in the game. I highly recommend that you do not attempt to enter
  the crater until you are at least level 40. It can be done at a lower level,
  but there is a lot of achievement related work to do inside the crater
  and it can become rather difficult if you are not strong enough.
  Warning!! It is totally possible to get through this area at a lower level
  than what I have suggested, but I have seen a lot of "I am stuck on the
  bosses here" posts and not a single "The bosses here were too easy" post
  on GameFAQs in reference to this area.

  When you are ready run past the monster parties and into the center of the
  crater. After a series of cut scenes the event will begin.

  Once Shu begins running the event has begun. Watch closely and as soon
  as you see the A button icon appear on screen press A only one time. Wait
  a few more seconds and then when the A button icon appears on screen again
  press A one more time. Remember only to press it once each time the icon
  appears, and do not press the button before the icon appears.

  If you pressed A with good timing each time the A button icon appeared on
  screen then the achievement will unlock. This is a rather tricky event, and
  sometimes even if you did not appear to fail the achievement might not
  unlock. So if you did press A with bad timing or too many times, or the
  achievement unlocked message did not appear after Shu and Kluke reached
  the ground safely then reset, load the save you prepared, and try again.

  FireboltX on GameFAQs has found that if Shu ever needs to pick himself up
  after a jump then that means your timing was not good and the achievement
  will not unlock. So watch Shu's animation for a clue to whether or not you
  will unlock the achievement or not.


                            SECRET Got to Nene Before Bomb Went Off - 5 points
                                              制限時間がゼロになる前に到着成功
                           (Successfully arrive before the time limit expires)
  This is the only timed based achievement in the entire game, and it will
  automatically begin right after the event associated with the previous
  event achievement: Rescued Kluke - クルック救出成功. Unlocking this
  achievement requires you to make it all the way through Nene's Fortress
  before the on-screen timer reaches zero. Along the way you will encounter
  the Moon Laser mini-game, and many monsters that do not appear anywhere
  else in the game.

  Technically you will already have a save ready that allows easy access to
  this achievement if you followed my advice and saved near the crater in the
  Giant Snow Fields before attempting the Rescued Kluke - クルック救出成功
  achievement. However, the game is still quite kind and provides a
  save point for you almost right after you are forced to enter Nene's
  Fortress. So once the cut scenes end and you get control run straight
  forward and then head through the door to the next room. A healing device
  will be present on the left and a save point will be on the right. Use the
  healing device if you need it and then save. Be sure to save on a different
  slot in case you find that Nene's Fortress is too much for you!

  Now that this event is on and time is ticking away you have a choice as to
  how to proceed towards the achievement. You can either:
    - Move through the five levels of Nene's Fortress and reach Nene's area
      while making sure to defeat all unique monsters and open all chests.
    - Ignore everything and rush through Nene's Fortress to reach Nene's
      area as fast as you can. Once the achievement is unlocked then reload a
      a save at the beginning of the Fortress and slowly move through the
      it while defeating all unique monsters and opening all chests.
  The choice is yours, but the first option is much better, as it saves you
  time, and trust me, you have plenty of time.

  Here are the set amounts of time that you lose for encounters:
    - Fight against boss on first floor: 12 minutes
    - Fight against bosses on second floor: 12 minutes
    - Moon Laser mini-game: no time penalty
    - Fight against boss on fourth floor: 6 minutes
    - Any normal encounter: 30 seconds
  A key to saving time is using the Encounter Circle to fight nearby monster
  parties all at once. You only get charged 30 seconds per encounter
  regardless of how many parties are involved. So make sure to trigger
  multi-monster (simultaneous) encounters whenever you can.

  When you enter the final room at the end of each floor the timer will not be
  displayed, but it will continue to countdown until you actually walk across
  the room and trigger the boss fight or mini-game.

  The countdown clock will stop if you:
    - Pause the game
    - Open the Xbox Guide
    - Disconnect your controller (battery dies, etc.)
    - Use a healing device or save point
    - Trigger an encounter with a monster party
    - Trigger a boss fight or a mini-game
    As noted before, the appropriate time is automatically charged for all
    encounters/boss fights/mini-games.

  The countdown clock does not stop if you:
    - Open the Encounter Circle
  
  To ensure that you make it to Nene before running out of time just move
  quickly through each of the levels. You have plenty of time to engage all
  of the monster parties and open all the chests, you just need to make sure
  that you keep moving and use the Encounter Circle for multi-monster
  (simultaneous) encounters when convenient. The floor plan of each floor is
  quite simple, so you should not have much trouble. A great way to advance is
  to save at the save point present at the beginning of each floor and then
  move through the floor engaging monster parties and opening chests. If you
  reach the door at the end of the floor without wasting any time then go
  ahead and open it. But if you feel like you could have done better, then
  just reset and load your save. You will know exactly what to do on the floor
  and should be able to breeze through it with minimal time loss.

  I have gone through Nene's Fortress twice, and both times I had just
  over eight minutes left on the clock when I walked through the final door at
  the end of the fifth floor. Unfortunately I do not know if you are charged
  any time for the fifth floor boss fight, so right now I can only say with
  certainty that you will definitely get the achievement if you make it to
  that fight with 8 or more minutes on the clock. However, please do not give
  up if you have less time, it might still be enough! I am guessing that
  reaching the fifth floor boss fight with any time left on the clock will
  let you unlock the achievement, but I do not know this for sure right now.
  (A more accurate time will be included here if I can discover what it is.)

  After defeating the boss on the fifth floor cut scenes will play showing your
  party head to Nene's location. If you were able to reach the fifth floor
  boss fight with enough time left on the clock then this achievement will
  unlock during the cut scene that shows your party entering Nene's throne
  room. If you did not make it in time, then fear not. You should keep going
  until the game prompts you to save. At this point then reload an old save
  and rush through Nene's Fortress without engaging monster parties or opening
  any chests. Then once you get this achievement just reset and load the save
  you made when prompted to and continue on.

  As a final note, it is worth your time to let time run out once. Odds are
  you will reach the fifth floor with around 10-14 minutes left. Make sure to
  save at the save point at the beginning of the floor and then have a snack,
  read a magazine, or do something else until time expires. Enjoy the cut scene
  and then reset and reload the save you made on the fifth floor to continue
  play normally.


                                        SECRET Moon Laser: Perfect - 30 points
                                                      月レーザー・パーフェクト
                                               (Complete Moon Laser perfectly)
  This mini-game will occur on the third floor of Nene's Fortress, so odds
  are you will be working on the previous achievement when you encounter this
  one. Unlocking this achievement requires you to earn the Perfect Bonus
  while completing the Moon Laser mini-game.

  The closest save point to this mini game is located at the beginning of the
  third floor. You should use it. Due to the location of this save point if
  you need to reset and reload then you will need to complete all tasks on
  the third floor again. This can become tiresome; however, you can make this
  save point a little more convenient if you are feeling good about how much
  time you have left on the clock or if you are not concerned with the time.
  Just move through the third floor defeating all the unique monster parties
  and opening all the chests as you normally would. Once this is done head
  back to the beginning of the floor and use the save point again. Now you 
  can just rush right through the floor if you need to reset and reload!

  Once you have saved in one of the ways mentioned above head through the
  door at the end of the third floor and ride the platform to the large
  central area. Move to the center of the central area and cut scenes will
  play. The usual tutorial popup will appear after the cut scenes have
  completed, so remember to choose the bottom choice when you are ready for
  the mini-game to begin.

  The rules of Moon Laser are as follows:
    - You control one moon. Press left or right on the left analog stick to
      highlight the enemy moon you wish to target. A white circle will appear
      around the enemy moon that you are currently targeting.
    - Your moon can be fired at any time by pressing A, or you can charge its
      laser by holding A and then releasing it to fire. Charged shots do more
      damage and net higher scores, and the charge meter is shown in the upper
      left of the screen.
    - Any charge will be lost if you highlight a different enemy moon while
      charging.
    - Enemy moons can only be damaged while their laser side is facing you
      and they are charging it.
    - Enemy moons will always begin to turn around if you successfully attack
      them.
    - Every time you are attacked by an enemy moon it will do 1000 damage to
      you. You only have 5000 HP total, so after five attacks you will lose.
      (It is possible to heal, but then you will not be able to unlock the
      achievement.)
    - There are only two waves of enemy moons. The first wave consists of
      three moons and the second has four.
    - During the second wave the enemy moons will turn red and enter turbo
      mode. When this happens they will charge their lasers much faster and
      rotate more quickly.

   To earn the Perfect Bonus you must complete this mini-game while
   satisfying the following conditions:
     - You must not allow any of the enemy moons to attack you.
     - You must never attack the back side of an enemy moon, or a spinning
       enemy moon. (This means you must never do 0 damage to an enemy moon.)

   Here are some tips for earning the Perfect Bonus:
     - Stay calm during this mini-game. If you get too agitated and tap A
       twice you will always hit the moon you were aiming at for O with the
       second accidental shot and lose the Perfect Bonus.
     - Do not focus on getting a lot of charged shots, especially in the
       second wave.
     - Never ever fire until a moon has clearly stopped rotating towards you
       and you can see its charging animation.

   Time to shoot the moon!
     - Wave 1: Three enemy moons - 
   Once this mini-game is underway you will find yourself up against the three
   moons of the first wave. Just target any moon and begin charging. If that
   moon rotates to face you and begins its charging animation then fire on it
   with your now fully charged blast. If a different moon faces you and begins
   charging then highlight that moon and attack it instead. You can charge for
   a second or two before firing, but it is a risk. You are better off to just
   use a quick tap of A to hit this moon right away. Continue chipping away at
   the enemy moons in this manner while being very careful never to shoot a
   moon that has turned to face you but then turned right back around
   without charging. The moons will do this a lot to try and trick you. When
   you have defeated two of the moons you should easily be able to use charged
   shots to put the third out of its misery. Once all three moons are down a
   cut scene will play.

     - Wave 2: Four enemy moons -
   Wave 2 will begin after the cut scene and four enemy moons will now
   begin attacking you from behind. The same rules from the first wave apply
   here as well. Just charge and hope that the moon you are targeting happens
   to be the one that tries to attack you next, and if it is not quickly
   target and shoot the moon that does. You will have to move a little
   faster as the moons in wave 2 are more aggressive than in wave 1. In fact,
   there will come a time in which all four moons will turn to attack you in
   series. Just calmly attack the first moon that began charging and quickly
   attack the rest without accidentally tapping the A button twice. Another
   new feature to wave 2 is the turbo mode. The enemy moons will enter this
   mode when they have taken enough total damage. Usually this occurs when
   you either defeat one of them, or are about to. The moons will speed up
   during this time, but for the most part the same techniques you have used
   up to this point will work just fine to defeat them all. The only
   difference is that you no longer want to take risks with charges. If the
   moon you are targeting turns to attack you then fire once you see its
   charging animation. Do not wait for your laser to charge any further as it
   is not worth the risk. Once they have all been defeated then this
   mini-game will be complete.

   If you managed to defeat all seven enemy moons without taking damage or
   hitting an enemy moon for 0 damage then you will receive the "Perfect
   Bonus" and the achievement will unlock when the results screen is
   displayed. If you did take damage, hit a moon from behind, or hit one while
   it was spinning then do not reset. Instead just wait a few moments. The
   enemy moons will quickly defeat your party and you can use the checkpoint
   save to take this mini-game on again. There will be no time penalty, as the 
   checkpoint save will put you right outside the final door on the third
   floor with the same time remaining as when you first arrived there. And of
   course, if you accidentally complete this mini-game without unlocking the
   achievement then you will still be able to reset and load the save you
   prepared.

   One final note on this mini-game: Not only is there an achievement
   associated with Moon Laser, but various items are awarded when you complete
   this mini-game with a good score. In most cases you should receive the
   All-Heart - すべての心 (084) item when you complete this mini-game and
   receive the Perfect Bonus. For this reason I recommend that you make sure
   to complete this mini-game and unlock the achievement during your play
   through of the game, and not to just come back to it later via a save for
   the achievement.


                                    SECRET Saved Kluke from Choking - 5 points
                                                              首輪引っ張り成功
                                              (Successfully remove the collar)
  The event associated with this achievement will begin once you complete
  the boss fight on the fifth floor and reach Nene's throne room. This is
  a dexterity achievement, so pressing the indicated button quickly enough is
  key to unlocking it, but this time you also must hold down on the left
  analog stick while doing so.

   Preparing a save for this achievement is very similar to what you needed
   to do before the Moon Laser achievement. This time you will want to save
   at the save point at the beginning of the fifth floor of Nene's Fortress.
   Now you should clear the fifth floor while defeating all unique monster
   parties and opening all chests. Once you reach the door at the end of this
   floor check your remaining time. If you have 10 or more minutes left on
   the clock then you can run back to the save point, save again, and then
   return to the door. Otherwise just head through the door without returning
   to the save point to be on the safe side. Either way you will be set
   because you will unlock the achievement for arriving in time (provided you
   did truly arrive in time) just before you take on this dexterity
   achievement. What this means is if you have to reset then you can go ahead
   and clear the fifth floor and return to the save point to save again
   without fear as time will no longer matter!

   When you are ready to take on this achievement head through the final door
   on the fifth floor of Nene's Fortress and defeat the boss there. Cut scenes
   will then play until this event begins.

   Once the camera pans in on Nene after he activates the collar get ready,
   as the event will start as soon as the screen fades. You should be holding
   down on the left analog stick now, and do not let go of it until the event
   ends. As soon as the screen fades back in begin pressing the button that
   is displayed on screen as rapidly as you can. As always, a meter fills as
   you pound the button, but do not ever stop pressing the button until the
   meter goes away and a short cut scene plays. After the cut scene another
   random button will appear, so you will need to press it rapidly while
   continuing to hold down on the left analog until the second meter fills
   and disappears. Once again there will be a cut scene, and then another
   random button and a meter will appear. Pound the correct button until the
   meter fills and disappears. (You are still holding down on the left analog,
   right?) With the third meter out of the way this event will continue after
   a short cut scene. Press the button that appears over and over to fill a
   fourth meter, and then again to fill a fifth meter after a short cut scene.
   Once the fifth meter has been filled and disappears the event will be
   complete.

   If you were able to press the indicated buttons quickly enough to fill
   all five meters within the unseen allotted time then the achievement will
   unlock seconds after the fifth meter disappears. If the achievement did
   not unlock then you were not fast enough or you forgot to hold down the
   left analog stick. Unfortunately I have not seen any sort of telltale
   cut scene that lets you know you have failed for this event. So you will
   need to complete it before you think about resetting. But wait, do not
   reset right away if you have not yet unlocked the next achievement, 
   Escaped from Squashtrich - ダチョウメカロボから脱出成功. This event is
   coming right up after a few more cut scenes, so wait until you have
   unlocked that achievement before you reset and load the save you prepared
   to try again if you did not unlock this achievement.


                                    SECRET Escaped from Squashtrich - 5 points
                                                  ダチョウメカロボから脱出成功
                             (Successfully escape from the Ostrich Mecha Robo)
   This dexterity event occurs just a few minutes after the last one, while
   your party is still in the throne room of Nene's Fortress. It has two parts
   to it. In the first part you will need to rapidly press the designated
   button until a meter fills and disappears. Once this is done the command
   window you normally see while fighting will appear. Selecting Flee - にげる
   from this window is all you need to do to complete the second part of this
   event.

   The save you prepared for the previous achievement, 
   Saved Kluke from Choking - 首輪引っ張り成功, will work perfectly for this
   achievement as well. (Please refer to the previous achievement if you need
   information on where to prepare a save.) So the save is already taken care
   of. However, you might be tired, and with this achievement coming up just
   minutes after the last you may wish to take a break and rest your fingers.
   If you wish to do this just press the guide button or disconnect your
   controller. The cut scenes will pause, and you can relax if you need to!

   Cut scenes will play after the previous event ends and eventually Nene will
   get into the Squashtrich (Ostrich Mecha Robo). Keep watching the cut
   scenes. When Kluke looks up at Shu and says his name you will have only a
   few seconds before the event begins, so prepare yourself. A small popup
   will appear, and then about one second later the event will begin. This
   is the most difficult dexterity event, so be ready!

   As soon as a button icon appears on screen you need to rapidly press it as
   fast as you can. Pound the button as quickly as possible until the meter
   fills and disappears. If the Squashtrich (Ostrich Mecha Robo) is able to
   stomp on you before you can do this then reset and load the save you
   prepared, as the achievement is lost. If you do manage to fill the meter
   then a command window will appear. Select the bottom choice and press A to
   complete the event. (It is Flee - にげる.) Selecting anything else will let
   the Squashtrich (Ostrich Mecha Robo) stomp on you and the achievement will
   be lost.

   If you were able to run away from the Squashtrich (Ostrich Mecha Robo)
   without getting stomped on then the achievement will unlock. If you were
   stomped on then you should reset and load the save you prepared to try
   again. This is the hardest of the dexterity achievements, but you will be
   able to do it!

   NOTE: I have heard from many people that they have had trouble with this
   achievement not unlocking even though they were able to escape without
   getting stomped on by the Squashtrich. NaughtyVicar on GameFAQs found that
   this achievement would not unlock when he played unless he made sure to
   complete the requirements for the previous achievement, 
   Saved Kluke from Choking - 首輪引っ張り成功, and then
   completed the requirements for this achievement. So if you are having
   trouble with this achievement then try completing the previous achievement
   with the collar successfully and then doing this one successfully.
   Unfortunately it might be hard to know if you are doing well with the
   collar achievement if you have already unlocked it.

   NOTE 2: I have also seen several posts stating that if you attempt to
   retry this event then the achievement will not unlock. So if you fail this
   event then do not "retry". Instead load a save and try again that way.
   (Sorry, I have no idea who to credit for this information.)


                                       SECRET Summoned Shu's Shadow - 5 points
                                                                    影出現成功
                                        (Successfully make your shadow emerge)
  This is the final dexterity type event achievement, and it occurs in
  Devour (Eat) Village when you approach the cliff at night. Unlocking this
  achievement requires you to rapidly press A to complete the event that
  occurs on the cliff in a "short time".

  Preparing a save for this achievement is a snap. After taking care of some
  story related events you will exit the inn and find that night has fallen in
  Devour (Eat) Village. As soon as you notice that it is night head straight
  to the save point in this village and save.

  Once you have prepared your save head across town to the cliffs. As you
  walk up the ramp to the cliffs a checkpoint will save, and cut scenes will
  begin once you reach the center of the cliff. The event will begin just a
  little bit after Jiro appears on the cliff and talks to Shu. So place your
  finger over the A button and get ready.

  A small popup will appear, and then in about one second the A button icon
  will appear on screen and the event will have begun. I recommend that you
  begin rapidly pressing A as soon as you see the popup so that you do not
  waste any time. For this event you will just need to press A rapidly until
  a meter fills and disappears three times. Each meter will be a little
  longer than the last and the event will be complete once the third meter
  has disappeared.

  If you were quick enough then this achievement will unlock once the third
  meter disappears and the camera pans in on Shu. Unfortunately I am unsure
  of how much time a "short time" refers to, but rest assured this
  achievement is much easier to unlock than the last one with the Squashtrich
  (Ostrich Mecha Robo). And even if the achievement did not unlock then you
  can reset and try again very easily with the save you prepared.


                           SECRET Mechat Shooting Stage 2: Perfect - 30 points
                                     メカットシューティング・ST2・パーフェクト
                                  (Complete Mechat Shooting Stage 2 perfectly)
  This is the easiest of the Mechat Shooting achievements, and it can occur
  any time once you have full access to the Mechat. To unlock this achievement
  you need to take out every one of the machine guns on Mecha Base High while
  completing Mechat Shooting Stage 2.

  WARNING! It will be impossible to unlock this achievement if you have
  downloaded the New Year's Present downloadable content from the Xbox Live
  Marketplace and it is present on any storage device connected to your
  Xbox360. Make sure to either delete or remove the storage device that this
  content is on before loading the game when attempting this achievement.

  Both ejacobson99 and peekaboo on GameFAQs have told me that this achievement
  only requires you to destroy all of the machine guns, and that it will
  unlock even if you take damage. This is the way the achievement is
  described, so I am not surprised. However it is disappointing that the word
  "Perfect" is used in the achievement name, as this usage is inconsistent
  with the way the word is used to describe the other mini-game achievements.

  Before you take on this mini-game I do recommend collecting as many of the
  upgrades for the Mechat as you can and having them installed at the Mechat
  Dock near the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains. This is totally optional of
  course, but it makes things even easier. 8 of the 9 upgrades are available
  to you at this point in the game. 
  If you get all the available upgrades installed you will gain the
  following:
    - You will be able to carry a maximum of 16 missiles.
    - You will be able to lock on to a total of 8 targets at once.
    - Your machine gun will never overheat.
    - Your machine gun will do more damage.
    - You will also have a barrier and more damage resistance.

  The trigger for this mini-game is any attempt to access the Mecha Base High.
  This base is the large mechanical structure floating in the air over the
  southern bay, and is marked by a small cross on the world map. So you can
  pretty much save anywhere that gives you easy access to the bay, such as
  the area outside the Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest, the beach by the 
  Coastal Road, or the Southwestern Deserted Island.

  When you are ready to take on this mini-game just fly to Mecha Base High and
  press A when the button icon appears in the lower left of the screen. A
  popup will appear when you do this, but it is not the normal tutorial popup,
  this one is asking if you wish to enter Mecha Base High. Choose the top
  choice to do so. After a checkpoint save and a cut scene the normal
  mini-game tutorial popup will appear, and you will need to select the bottom
  choice when you wish to begin.

  The same basic rules apply as with the first Mechat Shooting stage, but I
  will repeat them here for your convenience:
    - The Mechat will be set to auto-pilot, but you will control its machine
      gun and missile launcher.
    - The machine gun has infinite ammo, but it will overheat if used for
      too long. The heat gauge appears below the life gauge in the upper left
      of the screen. Try to keep the gun from overheating by letting off from
      time to time. (By default the A button fires the machine gun.)
    - The machine gun is best used to shoot down enemy projectiles, such as
      missiles or spike balls. However, nothing can shoot down ring lasers.
    - Missiles can only be fired by locking on to an enemy. To lock on you
      must highlight an enemy and hold down the B button. To fire once locked
      on just release B.
    - You can lock on to the same target multiple times if it will take more
      than one missile to destroy it.
    - The number of missiles you can carry is limited, but you can replenish
      them by shooting down enemy projectiles or destroying enemy targets.
      Extra missiles appear in the form of yellow boxes, and these will
      automatically come to your Mechat. (Green boxes restore life, but to
      get the achievement you cannot get hit, so you never want to see them!)
    - Pressing the Left or Right triggers or bumpers will rotate the camera
      90 degrees to the left or the right.

  Here is some information that applies only to Mechat Shooting Stage 2:
    - The machine guns on the Mecha Base High do not appear to be able to hit
      you.
    - Destroyed machine guns will stop burning after a while. Do not worry
      about this, they are still destroyed.
    - The pink missile targets that appear in the second part of this
      mini-game will repair themselves and attack again after a bit. Do not
      be caught off guard.

  Mechat Shooting Stage 2 - Part 1:
    In the first part of this mini-game you will fly clockwise around the
    lower section of the Mecha Base High. This section of the base is made up
    of four main structures that connect to each other to form a shape like a
    plus sign. Each of these structures contains two missile launching pink
    targets and six machine guns. As this part of the game begins only the
    pink targets that visible to your left will be active, and they will fire
    missiles at you as they come into view. Dispatch their missiles with the
    machine gun and then destroy the pink target with a couple of your own
    missiles. Once you do this feel free to use missiles to take out as many
    of the machine guns as you can, but do not worry if you do not get them
    all. Continue to do this until you have taken out three pink targets.
    As the fourth comes into view it will attack you as expected, so shoot
    down its missiles, but do not attack the pink target itself. Instead, go
    for the guns. Using missiles makes it easier, and now you can safely
    take out any guns you missed in the first pass. Continue to take out all
    machine guns until the fourth pink target comes back into view. Shoot its
    missiles down, and then destroy it only if you are confident that you have
    destroyed all the machine guns. If you are not feel free to do another lap
    around the base to confirm. Once the fourth pink target is no more the
    pink targets on the other side of the main structures will become active.
    So now you will want to look to the right to see and attack them. You
    should be able to look right and destroy the first one right away. If you
    have the machine gun upgrades then you can just use it to destroy each of
    these pink targets as they come into view. Once the fourth one of these is
    downed then the barrier around the top half of the base will drop and
    part 2 will begin.

  Mechat Shooting Stage 2 - Part 2:
    In the second part of this mini-game you will continue to slowly fly
    around the Mecha Base High, but this time you will be focusing on the
    upper section. The first thing you will want to attack is large spherical
    object that you should see directly in front you. Your machine gun is
    enough if you have the upgrades, and if not, use a combination of the
    machine gun and missiles. You want to take this object out as quickly as
    possible because it will attack you with the ring laser. Once you destroy
    this object a pink target will become visible behind it, but do not worry
    about that right now. Instead, try to take out as many of the machine guns
    near the center of the base as you can using missiles, but make sure not
    to accidentally lock on to the white circular tower above these guns. As
    you continue to move around the base also take out the single machine gun
    that is high on the outside edge of the base also. Then be sure to hit
    the next spherical object as it comes into view. You will want to repeat
    this process until you come back to the first pink missile target that
    you ignored before. By this point all four spherical objects and all four
    machine guns that on the outer edge of the base should be destroyed.
    This time the pink missile target will attack you, so use your missiles to
    destroy it and shoot down its missiles with your machine gun. Once that
    threat is down take another shot at any machine guns near the center of
    the base until the next pink target comes into view. Just repeat the
    process of taking down the pink target and then attacking any remaining
    machine guns near the center of the base. Once you are sure that no
    machine guns are remaining then concentrate you attacks on the 
    white circular tower at the very center of the base. Just watch out for
    the pink targets as they will regenerate after you complete a lap.
    Once the tower takes enough damage this mini-game will be complete.

    If all the machine guns on the Mecha Base High were destroyed then the
    achievement will unlock once you destroy the central white circular tower.
    If the achievement did not unlock then you can reset, load the save you
    prepared and try again.

    Note! This mini-game can actually be played as many times as you would
    like during normal game play. Just leave the Mecha Base High and then
    re-enter it. Mechat Shooting Stage 2 will begin every time. Per someone
    on GameFAQs whose name escapes me at the moment you can get this
    achievement at any time by replaying this mini-game in this manner.
    (If the person that told me this could contact me again I will gladly add
    credit for them!)


                           SECRET Mechat Shooting Stage 3: Perfect - 30 points
                                     メカットシューティング・ST3・パーフェクト
                                  (Complete Mechat Shooting Stage 3 perfectly)
  Although this is Mechat Shooting Stage 3, it can actually be attempted
  before Stage 2. This is because this mini-game can be played any time after
  you get full access to the Mechat. Unlocking this achievement then requires
  you only to defeat the enemy that appears during Mechat Shooting Stage 3
  without taking any damage. The no damage clause makes this the most
  difficult of the Mechat Shooting stages.

  WARNING! It will be impossible to unlock this achievement if you have
  downloaded the New Year's Present downloadable content from the Xbox Live
  Marketplace and it is present on any storage device connected to your
  Xbox360. Make sure to either delete or remove the storage device that this
  content is on before loading the game when attempting this achievement.

  Before you take on this mini-game I strongly recommend collecting as many
  of the upgrades for the Mechat as you can and having them installed at the
  Mechat Dock near the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains. This is completely
  optional of course, but speed is key in completing this mini-game without
  taking damage. All nine upgrades are available to you at this time. If you
  get all the available upgrades installed you will gain the following:
    - You will be able to carry a maximum of 16 missiles.
    - You will be able to lock on to a total of 8 targets at once.
    - Your machine gun will never overheat.
    - Your machine gun will do more damage.
    (You will also have a barrier and maximum damage resistance, but since you
    must not take any damage to unlock the achievement these enhancements
    are not so useful.)

  When you approach the large crater in the Giant Snowfield via Mechat for the
  first time a short cut scene will play. After this the game will ask you if
  you want to save. Select the top choice and save your game at this time.

  Once you are ready to begin the mini-game just fly to the center of the
  large crater in the Mechat. You will always be asked to save. If you have
  not yet saved then select the top choice, save, and then select the top
  choice again. If you have already saved then select the bottom choice, the
  top choice, and then the top choice again. Cut scenes will play until the
  enemy that you will face in the mini-game appears, and shortly after that
  the usual tutorial popup will appear. Remember to select the bottom choice
  to start the mini-game.

  The usual rules apply as with the first and second Mechat Shooting stages.
  Keep in mind that some of these rules will not apply if you have certain
  upgrades installed on your Mechat: 
    - The Mechat will be set to auto-pilot, but you will control its machine
      gun and missile launcher.
    - The machine gun has infinite ammo, but it will overheat if used for
      too long. The heat gauge appears below the life gauge in the upper left
      of the screen. Try to keep the gun from overheating by letting off from
      time to time. (By default the A button fires the machine gun.)
    - The machine gun is best used to shoot down enemy projectiles, such as
      missiles or spike balls. However, nothing can shoot down ring lasers.
    - Missiles can only be fired by locking on to an enemy. To lock on you
      must highlight an enemy and hold down the B button. To fire once locked
      on just release B.
    - You can lock on to the same target multiple times if it will take more
      than one missile to destroy it.
    - The number of missiles you can carry is limited, but you can replenish
      them by shooting down enemy projectiles or destroying enemy targets.
      Extra missiles appear in the form of yellow boxes, and these will
      automatically come to your Mechat. (Green boxes restore life, but to
      get the achievement you cannot get hit, so you never want to see them!)
    - Pressing the Left or Right triggers or bumpers will rotate the camera
      90 degrees to the left or the right.

  Here is some information that applies only to Mechat Shooting Stage 3:
    - If you have installed the Heat Cooler Parts then you should pretty much
      hold the A button down throughout this entire mini-game.
    - The camera is your worst enemy in this mini-game. Be prepared for
      sudden camera angle changes.
    - The life meter of the enemy will be displayed in the upper right corner
      of the screen. This meter does not really serve a purpose until it
      turns red. The red life meter will accurately tell you how much life
      the enemy has left. 

  Mechat Shooting Stage 3 - Part 1:
    A short cut scene will play after you dismiss the tutorial popup in which
    the enemy will fly in front of you. After this the screen will fade and
    part 1 will begin. You will automatically move back and forth behind the
    enemy. When you stop the enemy will release spike balls that will move
    towards you. They are easy to shoot down, but a little hard to see. Make
    sure to shoot them down and then try to lock on to and fire missiles at as
    much of the enemy as you can. Keep doing this until there is nothing left
    to lock on to. (The enemy's life meter will be empty as well.) At this
    point you will rise above the enemy and begin to pass it. Pay close
    attention to the enemy and watch the gun-like missile launchers on its
    back. They will shoot four missiles at you as you are passing by the enemy,
    and they can be tricky to shoot down if you are not ready. Make sure to
    get them all and then turn to face the enemy as you pass it. More missiles
    may come at you, so be sure to shoot them down, but do not waste any more
    of your missiles on the enemy at this time. Instead, shoot down any
    missiles while waiting for the enemy to approach you. Unfortunately the
    enemy will now launch missiles to the left and right, so they will be a
    lot harder to hit. Just remember to try and hit the missile that is
    launched first, which will usually be the one on the left side of the
    screen. (You can lock on to and attack the missile launchers, but I am
    yet to see it make a difference, so it seems to be a waste of missiles.)
    Once the enemy gets close it will begin charging the ring laser. Fire at
    the part of it that is charging the ring laser with your machine gun until
    it explodes to finish the first part of this mini-game.

  Mechat Shooting Stage 3 - Part 2:
    The enemy's life meter will refill, but it will now be red in color. This
    means that once the meter is empty the enemy will be no more. This part is
    rather simple, but it can be difficult as the enemy will continue to
    attack you with the alternating missiles that will come at you from the
    left and right. If you have the upgrade parts this will not matter, as you
    can just fire away at the body of the enemy with the machine gun and it
    will most likely die before any missiles it launches can even get close
    to you. If you do not have the upgrades then use missiles on anything you
    can lock on to while using the machine gun to shoot down enemy missiles.
    Also remember to shoot the front of the enemy if it begins to charge the
    ring laser until it stops. The most important thing is to try and be fast
    and not to let up on your attack, as the enemy can ram you, which will
    instantly take away your chance at the achievement. Regardless of how you
    do it this mini-game will end once you deplete the enemy's life and it
    falls from the sky.

  If you were able to defeat the enemy that appears in this mini-game without
  taking any damage then the achievement will unlock as the enemy falls from
  the sky. If you did take damage then you should reset and load the save you
  prepared to try again. Just remember to select bottom, top, and top as
  answers to the popups that appear when you head back into the crater, and
  that the START button will let you skip all the cut scenes unless you have
  disabled this function in the config menu.



H. Item achievements

  There are several achievements in Blue Dragon that are unlocked by
  obtaining specific items. Although most of the achievements are for
  collecting a single item, you will have to collect several other items in
  order to be able to get the achievement-related item.

  Happily all of the items that you must obtain in order to unlock these
  achievements will remain present throughout the game once they become
  available, so you need not worry about missing any of them. However, you
  will be unable to obtain most of these items until you reach disc three.


                                      Got Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 10 points
                                            レアアイテム「最終兵器の腕輪」入手
                   (Obtain the rare item, the "Bangle of the Ultimate Weapon")
  In order to obtain the Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 最終兵器の腕輪 (189) you
  must first locate the following three items:

    Mystery Part Alpha - 謎の部品アルファ (360) - Mural Town (Moire Village)
     - This item is picked up automatically, you cannot miss it.

    Mystery Part Beta - 謎の部品ベータ (361) - Ancient Factory
     - You must defeat all the Double Lances - ダブルランス (219) on the large
       circular platform in the Ancient Factory to make the chest containing
       this item appear. They will appear to be made of stone, but if you
       approach each of them one will activate and you can engage it. Repeat
       until they all are defeated and open the chest that appears.

    Mystery Part Gamma - 謎の部品ガンマ (362) - Mecha Base High
     - This item is just in a treasure chest in the elevator room in
       Mecha Base High - 1F. You will need to have access to the Mechat to
       reach this area, but you will not need the 
       Black Device - ブラックデバイス (371) if you just want this item.

  Once you have these three items return to Jibral (Gibral) Castle. Head to
  the basement and enter the Mechat Lab. Talk to the Research Director (he is
  wearing the funny yellow "hat") and he will assemble these mysterious parts
  into the Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 最終兵器の腕輪 (189) and give
  it to you. The achievement will unlock and you will have a very powerful
  bangle to equip!

  Also, if you happen to have the other three mysterious parts at this time
  you will also get the Final War Necklace - 最終戦争の首飾り (252)
  and that achievement will unlock as well.


                                            Got Final War Necklace - 10 points
                                          レアアイテム「最終戦争の首飾り」入手
                  (Obtain the rare item, the "Necklace of the Final Conflict")
  In order to obtain the Final War Necklace - 最終戦争の首飾り (252) you must
  first locate the following three items:

    Mystery Part Un - 謎の部品アン (363) - Alumaru Village
     - This item is in a treasure chest in the Basement area of the 
       Treasure Storehouse. To reach this chest you just have to fall in to
       the hole in the "first floor" of the Treasure Storehouse that is
       closest to the room where the fight with Jeelala (258) takes place.

    Mystery Part Deux - 謎の部品ドゥ (364) - Sea Cube
     - This item is in a treasure chest in a room in the Deepest Area of the
       Sea Cube. You will need to defeat the boss of the area, the
       Azure Abyssal Dragon - 水龍 (268) in order to access the room that the
       chest lies in.

    Mystery Part Trois - 謎の部品トロゥ (365) - Western Deserted Island
     - Just fly to the Western Deserted Island once you have full access to
       the Mechat and open the treasure chest there to receive this item.
       The Western Deserted Island can be seen from the Wetland, and is
       just South of the West-most part of the Wetland. (You may have even
       seen this chest across the water early in the game when you were
       heading to the Undersea Caverns.)

  Once you have these three items return to Jibral (Gibral) Castle. Head to
  the basement and enter the Mechat Lab. Talk to the Research Director (he is
  wearing the funny yellow "hat") and he will assemble these mysterious parts
  into the Final War Necklace - 最終戦争の首飾り (252) and give it to you. The
  achievement will unlock and you will have an excellent necklace to equip!

  Also, if you happen to have the other three mysterious parts at this time
  you will also get the Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 最終兵器の腕輪 (189) and
  that achievement will unlock as well.


                                       SECRET Got All Dragon Items - 10 points
                                                  ドラゴンアイテムコンプリート
                                                     (Obtain all dragon items)

                                               Got Dragon Bracelet - 10 points
                                            レアアイテム「ドラゴンの腕輪」入手
                                   (Obtain the rare item, the "Dragon Bangle")
  These two achievements go hand in hand, as once you unlock the first you
  would have to be silly not to unlock the second!

  The dragon items that you need to find to unlock the associated achievement
  are the fangs that you will receive when you defeat each of the five dragons
  in the game. One of these dragons can be defeated on disc two, but the other
  four will not be accessible until disc three. Each fang will be in a
  treasure chest that appears when you defeat the associated dragon. Here is a
  list of the dragon items and how to find and basic strategies for defeating
  the associated dragons:

    Moody Dragon's Fang - レッサ―ドラゴンの牙 (355) - Underground River
     - The Moody Dragon (252) must be defeated in order to obtain this fang.
       This can be done once you reach the Underground River. The dragon will
       appear in the area with the waterfall that is protected by a blue
       barrier that looks like a door. You will find many Kelolon (150) and
       Hyper Kelolon (151) parties in this area. You must defeat them all, and
       then when you try to leave the area the Moody Dragon (252) will
       appear.

       Fighting this dragon is quite easy, but should definitely try to steal
       the Lei - レイ (290) from it before you defeat it. The
       "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique mentioned earlier is the only way to
       ensure that you will get the Lei - レイ (290), and it can be very
       annoying to use here because you need to defeat the various
       Kelolon (150) and Hyper Kelolon (151) parties before the dragon will
       appear. Of course if you have Field Barrier - バリバリア (BariBarrier)
       then the Kelolon (150) and Hyper Kelolon (151) parties will not be as
       much of a problem!

       Regardless, once you are ready to defeat this dragon just attack it
       like any other boss you have fought up to this point. This dragon is
       very weak, and will go down in no time as long as you are careful.
       Once the Moody Dragon (252) is no more then claim the
       Moody Dragon's Fang - レッサ―ドラゴンの牙 (355) from the chest that
       appears.

  The remaining four dragons will not appear until you visit Kelaso Village
  and talk to Bauhm in the Underground area. He will usually be standing on
  the small balcony near the warp device (monument).
  (It is also rumored that you must defeat the Moody Dragon (252) before the
  others appear as well, so take care of it first just to be safe.)

    Phantom Dragon's Fang - ファントムドラゴンの牙 (356) - Great Desert
      - The Phantom Dragon (255) will appear at the South-most point in the
        Great Desert. It will appear as a monster party, so you can try for
        a Fast Attack or other engagement bonus.

        Much like with the Moody Dragon (252) this dragon also has an item you
        will want to steal. The only difference is that the 
        Phantom Dragon (255) holds a unique item that you MUST steal before
        defeating it if you wish to unlock the Item Record (Logbook)
        achievement. This item is Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス (275).
        Although the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique must be used to make
        sure that you steal this item it will not be quite so bad as you can
        save as close to this dragon as you want since it appears in a field
        area.

        (FINAL WARNING: If you choose to defeat the Phantom Dragon (255)
        without stealing Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス (275) then you will not
        be able to unlock the Completed Item Record - アイテム図鑑コンプリート
        achievement during this play through. This rule still applies even if
        you are using New Plus and have never stolen this item in a previous
        play through.)

        To prepare for the fight you will want to make sure that all your
        party members equip the Steal - ぬすむ skill. This is because the
        Phantom Dragon is healed by all physical strikes, so Loot - ぶんどる
        would be a counter-productive way to steal. Since you will have to
        use magic, make sure that everyone can also use some kind of attack
        magic. The Magic Sword - まほうけん skill is also fine. Finally, equip
        all the Bellybutton Rings of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313) that you have
        in your possession to different party members. Only two of these items
        exist in the game, and the party members that equip them will pretty
        much be healed by the Phantom Dragon (255) throughout the fight.

        During the fight just treat the dragon as a boss and attack only with
        magic or Magic Sword - まほうけん attacks. Do NOT use your Corporeal
        (Real) attacks under any circumstances, as they will just massively
        heal the Phantom Dragon (255). I didn't feel that this fight was very
        hard, but it seemed like it went on forever. Once the battle is over
        just collect the Phantom Dragon's Fang - ファントムドラゴンの牙 (356)
        from the chest that appears.

    Spark Dragon's Fang - スパークドラゴンの牙 (357) - Gul (Guru) Mountains
      - The Spark Dragon (253) appears inside the Gul (Gulu) Mountains. It
        will appear when you try to enter the small room that is (or was)
        protected by a red barrier.

        Happily this dragon does not have any items worth stealing, so you
        can just defeat it once you encounter it. But to prepare you should
        first equip all the Bellybutton Rings of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313)
        and Bellybuttons Ring of Earth - 土のへそピアス that you have in your
        possession. Only two of each of these items exist in the game. If you
        choose to give two party members one of each of these rings a piece
        then they will be healed by any non-physical attack that this dragon
        can throw at you. Or you can choose to split the rings up across four
        party members so that almost everyone is safe from a few attacks.
        I also recommend equipping Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300) or
        Ribbons - リボン (291) to as many party members as you have the items
        for to avoid any unfortunate status aliments.

        As you attack this dragon just treat it like a boss and you will be
        fine. The fight should not be that long, and if you have the proper
        bellybutton rings equipped you cannot be defeated! Once the Spark
        Dragon (253) goes down you can collect the
        Spark Dragon's Fang - スパークドラゴンの牙 (357) from the chest that
        appears. Also, if this is your first visit to the area since obtaining
        the Red Device - レッドデバイス (368) be sure to open the other
        treasure chests.

    Blizzard Dragon's Fang - ブリザードドラゴンの牙 (358)
                                                  - Vicinity of Kelaso Village
      - The Blizzard Dragon (256) might end up being the first dragon you run
        into, which is unfortunate, as I find it to be the most difficult.
        This dragon will appear on a hill just West of Kelaso village. It will
        appear as a monster party, so you can try for a Fast Attack.

        This dragon has an item that you should want to steal, the
        Ribbon - リボン (291). It is optional, but I highly recommend that you
        use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to steal the
        Ribbon - リボン (291) from this dragon before you defeat it. Happily
        you can save anywhere near this dragon, so it should not be so bad.

        To prepare for this fight you should have all the
        Bellybutton Rings of Water - 水のへそピアス (312) in your possession
        equipped, as these will absorb most of the Blizzard Dragon's (256)
        attacks. Once again Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300) or
        Ribbons - リボン (291) should be on everyone if you have enough. This
        dragon has a very annoying attack that freezes characters, but the
        Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300) and the Ribbon - リボン (291) will
        protect you from this. Having the Resurrection - リンカネーション 
        skill equipped to all characters is another plus.

        Once you are ready to defeat this dragon just treat it as difficult
        boss fight. If one of your characters has both a status protecting
        item and a Bellybutton Ring of Water - 水のへそピアス (312) then the
        fight may be long, but it will be nearly impossible for you to lose.
        The biggest dangers during this fight are the dragon's physical
        attacks, its ability to freeze characters, and the fact it will cast
        reflect on itself. This is why the bellybutton ring(s) and status
        protectors are so important! Once this vile beast is no more claim the
        Blizzard Dragon's Fang - ブリザードドラゴンの牙 (358) from the chest
        that appears with pride!
        
    Amethyst Dragon's Fang - アメジストドラゴンの牙 (359) - Coastal Road
      - The Spark Dragon (257) appears as a monster party in front of the
        rocks that block the path on the ocean side of the Coastal Road.
        As it is a monster party you can try for a Fast Attack.

        In my opinion this dragon does not have any items worth stealing, 
        so you can just defeat it once you encounter it.

        Once again you should equip a bellybutton ring before this fight. This
        time you will want to equip all the
        Bellybutton Rings of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313) you have on different
        party members. Only two of these items exist in the game, and any
        party member that goes into the fight with this item equipped with be
        healed by the dragon. Otherwise, Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300)
        and Ribbons - リボン (291) are always welcome to avoid pesky status
        ailments.

        When you begin the fight treat this dragon with care if you do not
        have either Bellybutton Ring of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313). Make sure
        to heal often and use Corporeal (Real) attacks as they become
        available. And if you have either (or both)
        Bellybutton Rings of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313) things will be even
        easier, but you should not get careless and let other party members
        die. Once this dragon has been defeated then be sure to open the
        treasure chest that appears to obtain the
        Amethyst Dragon's Fang - アメジストドラゴンの牙 (359).

  The Got All Dragon Items - ドラゴンアイテムコンプリート achievement will
  then unlock once you collect the fifth dragon fang, regardless of which one
  it is.

  With the five dragon fangs in hand you should now warp to Kelaso Village and
  talk with the village elder, Bauhm. He will be on the small balcony just
  left of the warp device (monument). When you talk to him he will take all
  the dragon fangs and give you the Dragon Bracelet - ドラゴンの腕輪 (188).
  The associated achievement will unlock and you will now have the best
  bracelet in the game in my opinion.


                                  SECRET Equipped All Mechat Parts - 10 points
                                                        メカットパーツフル装備
                                            (Install all Mechat upgrade parts)
  In order to unlock this achievement you must first locate all nine of the
  Mechat enhancement items. They can be found in the following areas, but most
  will require you to already have the Black Device - ブラックデバイス (371):

    Lock-On Upgrade Part A - ロックアップパーツA (372) - Aurora Ruins
      - The Aurora Ruins can only be reached by Mechat. Inside the ruins
        you will only find a few rooms and a boss, the Stonesaurus (262).
        Defeat this monster and you will receive these parts.

    Lock-On Upgrade Part B - ロックアップパーツB (373) - Exile Forest Caverns
      - These parts are in the treasure chest protected by a black barrier in
        Exile Forest Caverns. This is the same area where you rescued
        Gulugulu.

    Missile Upgrade Part A - ミサイルアップパーツA (374) - Mecha Base - 4F
      - These parts are in a treasure chest in the Mecha Base - 4F. They are
        in the room with the elevator that goes to the top floor.

    Missile Upgrade Part B - ミサイルアップパーツB (375) - Lal Mountains Camp
      - These parts are in the treasure chest protected by a black barrier in
        the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains.

    Coating Part A - コーテシングパーツA (376) - Mecha Base High - 4F
      - These parts are in a treasure chest in Mecha Base High - 4F. They
        are in the room with the elevator that goes to the top floor.

    Coating Part B - コーティングパーツB (377) - Kelaso Village - Underground
      - These parts are in one of the treasure chests behind the black wall
        barrier in Kelaso Village - Underground.

    Laser Barrier Parts - レーザーバリアパーツ (378) - Sea Cube - Deepest Area
      - The chest containing these parts will appear when you defeat the
        Azure Abyssal Dragon (268) in the Deepest Area of the Sea Cube. The
        Black Device - ブラックデバイス (371) is also obtained at this time,
        so you should try for these parts first.

    Heatsink Parts - ヒートクーラーパーツ (379) - Eastern Deserted Island
      - From the air the chest containing these parts will appear to be
        unguarded. However, once you land you will see that the boss-grade
        monster, Ghost Yeet (272) is protecting it. Defeat Ghost Yeet (272)
        to be able to access this chest.

    Weapon Parts - オフェンシブパーツ (380) - Ancient Ruins Forest
      - The chest containing these parts will appear when you defeat the
        Land Shark C (278) in the Ancient Ruins Forest.

  Once you have all these parts fly to the Mechat Dock. This is due West of
  the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains. Once inside the Mechat Dock select
  メカット強化, and then highlight 強化する for all of the parts. Finally
  press A, and then press A again to confirm. The text will turn purple. I
  believe the achievement will unlock at this time, but it might not unlock
  until you exit this menu and learn about what the new parts have done. At
  any rate, the achievement will definitely unlock before you leave the
  Mechat Dock, but only if you were sure to install all nine parts.



I. Rare Monster achievements

  Three achievements exist in Blue Dragon that require you to defeat a "rare"
  monster. Two of these monsters are truly rare, as only one exists of each
  of them, and they can be very difficult to defeat. The third monster;
  however, is neither rare or powerful.

  None of these monsters will appear in the game until you reach disc three,
  but do not worry, once accessible they will remain in the game until you
  defeat them.

  I highly recommend that you return to Section F and max out the levels of
  your characters and ranks of their shadows before tackling the two
  difficult rare monsters. Not only will you end up fighting the easy rare
  monster in the process, but you will become strong enough to easily beat
  the difficult ones. My strategies and recommendations will assume that you
  have maxed out, but this does not mean it is impossible to defeat these
  monsters at lower levels.


                                             Beat Golden Poo Snake - 30 points
                                レアモンスター「ゴールデンウンチスネーク」討伐
                                 (Defeat the rare monster "Golden Poop Snake")
  If you have been following this guide odds are you have already met and
  defeated this monster many times over to unlock the max level achievement.
  But if you have not yet attempted that achievement here is how you can
  easily locate and defeat the Golden Poo Snake (006) to unlock this one:

  After you reach disc three and gain full access to the Mechat you will want
  to fly to the Southern Deserted Island. This island is part of the chain of
  small islands near the bottom of the world map. In the center of this chain
  you should see a fairly large island. Look to the right of this island and
  you should see a small triangle shaped island. This triangle shaped island 
  is the Southern Deserted Island. As you fly over the islands attempting to
  reach it be sure to watch the area name description in upper right of the
  screen. When you see "Southern Deserted Island" appear land on this island,
  but make sure not to land on the small hill on this island or you will not
  encounter any monster parties. Also, try to land near the edge of the island
  so that the Mechat will not obscure your view of any monster parties.

  Once you are on the island equip the following to any one character:
    Poo Bracelet - ウンチの腕輪 (190)
    Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296)

  Finally, do something that makes one of your characters stink. 
  Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015) works fine, or you can equip and un-equip the
  Dog Collar - 愛犬の首輪 (286).

  Now you can just wander around this island until a monster party appears.
  Only one type of monster party will appear on this island, and it consists
  of one Golden Poo Snake (006). Engage the Golden Poo Snake (006) party and
  just press A to defeat it. The combo of the Poo Bracelet - ウンチの腕輪 (190)
  and the Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296) will ensure that you defeat
  this monster before it has a chance to run. Once the Golden Poo Snake (006)
  is no more you will unlock the achievement and gain quite a bit of
  experience, SP, and possibly gold. (And of course, you can continue to
  defeat Golden Poo Snakes (006) for profit. Please refer to the max level
  achievement description in Section F for more information.)


                                                     Beat King Poo - 30 points
                                          レアモンスター「王様ウンチくん」討伐
                                     (Defeat the rare monster "King Poop Kun")

                                              Beat Gold Mecha Robo - 30 points
                                        レアモンスター「ゴールドメカロボ」討伐
                                 (Defeat the rare monster "Golden Mecha Robo")
  Although these two monsters do no appear anywhere near each other I have
  grouped them together because the way in which you should fight them and the
  the way in which they will attack you is nearly identical. After the
  laughably easy achievement with the Golden Poo Snake (006) you might expect
  these two monsters to be a breeze as well, but this is not the case. King
  Poo (013) and the Gold Mecha Robo (074) are the most difficult monsters in
  the game; however, with a little strategy you will be able to defeat them
  and unlock the associated achievements.

  Here are my recommendations for how to prepare you party for the fights
  against these two difficult monsters.
  Prerequisites:
    - Max out all your characters levels.
    - Reach the following ranks for the following classes:
        - Guardian (Armor): Lv24
        - Assassin: Lv14
        - Black Magic (Black): Lv36
        - White Magic (White): Lv33
        - Barrier Magic (Barrier): Lv30
        - Support Magic (Power): Lv99 (Max)
        - Generalist (Combination): Lv36

  Shadow Class:
    - All characters should use Support Magic - パワー (Power)

  Skills for all party members:
    - Skill +8 - スキル+8 (Generalist/Combination Lv36)
    - Accessory +3 - アクセサリ+3 (Generalist/Combination Lv32)
    - Sentinel Shield - 剣士の壁 (Guardian/Armor Lv12)
    - Endure - たえる (Guardian/Armor Lv24)
    - Ninja Swiftness - 忍者のこなし (Assassin Lv14)
    - Black Magic LV 6 - ブラックマジックLV6 (Black Magic/Black Lv36)
    - White Magic LV 6 - ホワイトマジックLV6 (White Magic/White Lv27)
    - Quick Magic Charge - 魔法クイックチャージ (White Magic/White Lv30)
    - Resurrection - リンカネーション (White Magic/White Lv33)
    - Barrier Magic LV 6 - バリアマジックLV6 (Barrier Magic/Barrier Lv30)
    - Double Cast - 連続魔法 (Support Magic/Power Lv35)
    - Power Magic LV 6 - パワーマジック (This will be equipped by default.)

  Equipment items and accessories:
    - Focus on speed, defense, and offense in that order when choosing items
      to equip. One thing for certain is that one of the characters that you
      place in the front row should equip the Renew Necklace - 命の首飾り (248)
      if you have it, as it adds a second resurrection/reincarnation. Also,
      it never hurts to have at least one character equip the 
      Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296).

  Formation:
    - Place the three characters with the highest defense in the front row, 
      and the other two in the back row.

  Once you feel that you are ready for these fights here is what you will need
  to do to find these monsters:
  - King Poo - 王様ウンチくん (013) -
      King Poo (013) is a massive enemy that will begin to appear in the
      Ancient Ruins Caverns as an equally massive monster party after you
      gain full access to the Mechat on disc three. (It is believed that
      Jumbo Poo (011) and Corrosive Poo (012) must be defeated before
      King Poo (013) will appear.)

      The entrance to Ancient Ruins Caverns is just North-Northwest of
      Talta (Tata) Village. Once you are in the cave just walk forward until
      you enter the large room that makes up this area. (You will encounter a
      blue barrier along the way that you will need to release if this is your
      first visit to this area.)

      Once you are in the large room of this cave you should see a large poo
      snake party of some sort. If the party is purple (Jumbo Poo (011)) or
      silver-blue (Corrosive Poo (012)) then you will need to defeat this
      party or parties and leave the area before King Poo (013) will appear.
      (This is unconfirmed, but it seems logical. Also, please see the note
      on Corrosive Poo (012) in the Monster List in Section J before you defeat
      him.) If you see a large dark-green poo snake party then do not engage
      it, as this is King Poo (013). Instead, head to the nearby save point
      and save your game. Although the "King" is more powerful than any boss
      in the game no automatic checkpoint is saved before you engage him.

  - Gold Mecha Robo - ゴールドメカロボ (074) -
      The Gold Mecha Robo (074) will begin to appear in the Ancient Factory
      once you have obtained all six mysterious parts and taken them to the
      Research Director in the Mechat Lab to receive the 
      Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 最終兵器の腕輪 (189) and the
      Final War Necklace - 最終戦争の首飾り (252).

      The best way to reach the Gold Mecha Robo (074) is to first warp to the
      Ancient Factory. Make sure that you then save at the save point next to
      the warp device (monument) because there is no checkpoint saved before
      you engage the Gold Mecha Robo (074). (The save point in the room with
      the healing device also works well, but you run the risk of engaging the
      Gold Mecha Robo (074) to get there.)

      Once you have saved enter the Ancient Factory and run straight forward
      avoiding monster parties until you see the red arrows on the floor that
      allow you to get on the conveyor belt. You should see the
      Gold Mecha Robo (074) party standing on the other side of the conveyor
      where a Defense Mecha Robo (174) normally stands. Get onto this
      conveyor, and ride it until you automatically walk off of it. Move
      forward to the fence, then turn right and follow it until your reach the
      blue support column at its end. If you now look left a bit you will see
      the Gold Mecha Robo (074) party in front of you.

  Once you have found either of these monsters you have probably noticed that
  they appear in the field as a monster party. This means that you can
  sneak around behind them and go for a Back Attack if you wish. This is a
  good strategy, but there is an even better one. Instead of the Back Attack,
  lure one of the other monster parties in the area close enough to 
  King Poo (013) or the Gold Mecha Robo (074) so that you can use the
  Encounter Circle and trigger a multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter.
  Triggering the multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter gives you several
  advantages:
   - You will always fight the weak "normal" monsters first. Use this time to
     cast any status boosting spells, and get your powerful magic attacking
     spells charged and ready to go.
   - You will get a Boost (Trance Bonus), which is almost always welcome.
  So if you play your cards right you can end up having all your characters
  boosted with the status boosts of your liking and up to four of your
  characters can be ready to go with two fully charged magic attacking spells
  a piece at the time you defeat all the monsters in the weaker party.
  (This might not seem so great when fighting King Poo (013) as he will
  appear to get the first attack when the battle with him begins. It is true
  he will attack you first, but your charged magic attacks will go off much
  quicker than they would have if you Back Attack him, plus you will already
  have status boosts on all players before he is able to attack.)
  
  Also, there is no need to worry about the risk of getting attacked while
  trying to set up the simultaneous encounter. The game is kind and you can
  run from both King Poo (013) and the Gold Mecha Robo (074). It might take a
  try or two, but you will be able to get away. And if you equipped
  Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296) on one or more characters then you will
  almost always be able to escape without taking any damage.

  Another reason I ended up grouping the strategy for these two monsters and
  their associated achievements together is that they generally attack you in
  the same manner. Here is what you can expect from each of them during the
  battle:

  - King Poo - 王様ウンチくん (013) -
    - Normal attack: He will often take two of these, and they hit hard.
                     Sometimes he will hit the same character twice in row,
                     other times he will attack different characters.

    - King's Scare: This attack does no damage, but clears status boosts
                    for the targeted character.

    - Invitation to Darkness: This attack will hit all characters pretty hard
                              regardless of what row they are in.

  - Gold Mecha Robo - ゴールドメカロボ (074) -
    - Body Crash: This attack will do major damage to a single party member.

    - High Caliber Beam: This attack will hit all party members very hard
                         regardless of what row there are in.

  So you can see that both of these enemies essentially use the same attacks.
  The only real difference is that the Gold Mecha Robo (074) does not have an
  attack that will clear your status boosts.

  Fighting these rare monsters!
    Whether it is King Poo (013) or the Gold Mecha Robo (074) you should fight
    in the same manner. Both of these monsters are very fast, so you should
    use the Support Magic (Power Magic) spell, Quickus - クイッケス, to
    increase the speed of your party. If you started the fight as a
    multi-monster (simultaneous) encounter this should already be done. From
    here on out you just need to alternate between attacking with fully
    charged Flarus - フレアラス spells, healing with a halfway charged
    Zephyr - ゼヒール, and using Quickus - クイッケス on any party member that
    loses the speed status boost. Keep this up while making sure to use any
    Corporeal (Real) attacks that become available until the  monster is
    defeated.
    (Odds are you will not even see a single Corporeal (Real) attack, and I
    recommend the weakest healing spell at the halfway point
    (the red-brown "sweet spot") because by now it should be healing you for
    well over 1000 HP at this charge level and hitting the "sweet spot"
    reduces MP use and future casting times. Of course, if this spell is not
    healing you this well because you are at a lower level then be sure to
    use a more powerful one.)

    If you are finding that you are having a hard time keeping your party
    alive during either of these fights you can also use the Barrier Magic
    spell Wallus - ウォーラス. Charging this spell a bit will cause it to
    affect all party members and it will place a shield around each of them
    that will completely absorb one physical and one magical attack. The
    disadvantage to this is that your Tension gauges will not fill up when
    this spell protects you against an attack, so you will not get as many of
    the powerful Corporeal (Real) attacks to use.

  Once King Poo (013) is defeated the achievement for defeating him will
  unlock, and the same is true of the Gold Mecha Robo (074) and its
  achievement once it is no more. Keep in mind that once you defeat either of
  these monsters that they will never appear in the game again.

  Final Note on stealing from these monsters:
    You can steal items King Poo (013) and the Gold Mecha Robo (074); however,
    this is not necessary because you will be able to get the same items that
    you can steal from them in the treasure chests that appear once they are
    defeated. So you do not have to steal from either of these monsters even
    if you are going for the Completed Item Record - アイテム図鑑コンプリート
    achievement.

    The item that King Poo (013) holds, the Golden Poo - 黄金のウンチ (085),
    is such a worthless item that you will be even less inclined to consider
    wasting a turn to steal from him. This item cannot be sold, and all it
    does is increase one character's maximum HP by 15. Since HP is capped at
    999 and you will easily reach this limit by leveling up this item is
    pretty worthless by the time you can get it.

    On the other hand, the item that can be stolen from the 
    Gold Mecha Robo (074) is quite useful. It is the
    Golden Eternal Engine - 黄金の永久機関 (074), and it can be used to
    permanently increase the speed of any character by 3. The speed of your
    characters will most likely be less than 300 once you reach max level,
    max rank, and equip the best speed boosting items, so this is a very
    desirable item.

    You might be thinking, "Well these items sound good, but there is
    only one King Poo (013) and one Gold Mecha Robo (074) in the game, so I
    can only steal one of each item at the most." This would be true if it
    were not for the fact that you can run from these monsters! The ability to
    run from these monsters means that you can use the "Steal - Run - Leave"
    technique to potentially steal enough 
    Golden Eternal Engines - 黄金の永久機関 (074) to max the speed of all of
    your characters. Odds are this would take you at least 12 hours or more,
    but it is possible.

    Just keep the following in mind when using the "Steal - Run - Leave"
    technique:
      - You can only carry 99 of any item at one time. So make sure to use
        some of these items before you steal again if you have 99 of them.
      - Once you defeat either of these monsters they will not reappear. So
        make sure to do all the stealing you want to before defeating them.
    (Disclaimer: I only stole 10 of each item to confirm this technique, so it
    is possible that it may stop working after a while. I do not expect that
    this is the case, but I cannot take responsibility if it is.)



J. Completion achievements

  While some of these achievements are fairly simple, two of them are easily
  the most difficult in the game. Regardless of difficulty, all of these
  achievements require you to do things throughout the entire game. So do not
  expect to unlock any of them until you have (nearly) completed Blue Dragon.

  You might wonder why some of these achievements are considered so difficult.
  This is because two of these achievements involve defeating monsters or
  obtaining items that only exist for brief periods during the game. So if
  you miss one of these items or monsters then the achievement will be lost
  as well during the current play through. However, all monsters and items are
  listed here, so that will not happen to you!

                                        Activated All Warp Devices - 25 points
                                                        全ワープクリップセット
                                                          (Set all Warp Clips)
  This is an easy achievement, which you should unlock as you play through
  the game. Just place Warp Keys - ワープクリップ (320) in the warp devices
  (monuments) in the 23 following locations:
     1. Drill Machine - ドリルマシン
     2. Ancient Hospital Ruins - 古代病院遺跡 (You are forced to do this one)
     3. Lago Village - ラーゴの村
     4. Forest Camp - 森のキャンプ
     5. Forest of the Dead - 死人の森
     6. Gul Mountains - グル山脈 (Gulu Mountains)
     7. Talta Village - タタの村 (Tata Village)
     8. Mural Town - モワールの村 (Moire Village)
     9. Jibral - ジブラル城下町 (Gibral Castle Town)
    10. Alumaru Village - アルマルの村
    11. Laser Field - レーザー地帯 (Laser Zone)
    12. Baroy Town - バロイの町
    13. Ancient Factory - 古代工場
    14. Ancient Prison - Deathmoat - 古代牢獄・デスモート
    15. Pachess Town - パチェスの町 (Paches Town)
    16. Devour Village - イートの村 (Characters say "Eat Village" in Japanese)
    17. Noluta Village - ノルタの村
    18. Lal Mountains Camp - ラル山脈のキャンプ
    19. Kelaso Village - ケラソーの村
    20. Sea Cube - シーキューブ
    21. Mecha-Robo Cube - メカロボキューブ
    22. Primitive Cube - プリミティブキューブ
    23. Chamber of the Cauldron - 大釜の間

  When the last Warp Key - ワープクリップ (320) is inserted the achievement
  will unlock. It is easy to miss the ones in Kelaso Village and the Sea Cube,
  as these are optional locations that you do not have to visit to complete
  the game.

  If you think you have missed a warp device (monument) then just take a look
  at your items. Open the camp menu, select Item - アイテム, and then
  highlight Key Items - だいじなもの. Look at the at the second item in the
  list of items on the right. If you see Warp Key - ワープクリップ (320) then
  you have not set them all yet. Compare your lists of locations to the list
  above to see which one(s) you are missing. Remember that the last three
  locations on the list will appear only when you are in the Cubic Worlds.

  (Also note that Wilderness Camp - 荒野のキャンプ does not appear on the list
  above because that warp device (monument) will already be active from the
  beginning of the game.)


                                              Removed All Barriers - 25 points
                                                                  全バリア解除
                                                        (Release all barriers)
  This is another easy achievement, but you must be diligent to unlock it.
  You just need to release all the blue, red, green, white, and black
  barriers in the game. This includes the barriers around treasure chests and
  the "door" or "wall" barriers that block doorways and passages.

  The first step to unlocking this achievement is acquiring the devices for
  each of the five barrier colors. During normal game play you will obtain
  all of the devices except for the Black Device - ブラックデバイス (371).
  Here are the locations and conditions for acquiring each of the devices:

    - Blue Device - ブルーデバイス (367):
      Acquired after defeating the Blazing Kirin (267) in the temple basement
      in Baroy Town. Also note that the five door barriers in Baroy Town will
      automatically release when you obtain this device.

    - Red Device - レッドデバイス (368):
      Technically acquired when you defeat the damaged Defense Mecha Robo (174)
      in the Ancient Factory. However, you will not be able to use it until
      after you escape from the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat.

    - Green Device - グリーンデバイス (369):
      Acquired in the Underground Storehouse area of Pachess (Paches) Town. 
      You will give it away shortly after obtaining it, but you will get it
      back if you approach the large pillar in the Giant Ice Fields near
      Pachess (Paches) Town.

    - White Device - ホワイトデバイス (370):
      Acquired by defeating the Azure Sentinel (269) in Noluta Village.

    - Black Device - ブラックデバイス (371):
      Acquired by defeating the Azure Abyssal Dragon (268) in the deepest
      level of the Sea Cube. (This one is in a treasure chest that the
      Azure Abyssal Dragon guards.)

  Once you have the proper device you can release all the barriers of the
  same color:

  Blue Barriers:
    - Ancient Ruins Caverns: Door Barrier
    - Ancient Ruins Caverns: Treasure chest
    - Lot Wilderness East: Treasure chest
    - Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness: Treasure chest
    - Drill Machine - 2F: Treasure chest
    - Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F: Door Barrier
    - Undersea Caverns: Treasure Chest
    - Jibral (Gibral) Castle Town - Castle Gate: Treasure Chest
    - Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Mechat Lab: Treasure Chest
    - Alumaru Village: Treasure Chest
    - Baroy Town - House near Temple: Treasure Chest
    - Baroy Town - House next to Department Store: Treasure Chest
    - Baroy Town - Waiting Room 1F: Treasure Chest
    - Baroy Town - Temple Basement: Wall Barrier (Automatically released)
    - Baroy Town - Temple Basement: Wall Barrier (Automatically released)
    - Baroy Town - Gate Room: Door Barrier (Automatically released)
    - Baroy Town - Gate Room: Wall Barrier (Automatically released)
    - Baroy Town - Gate Room: Wall Barrier (Automatically released)
    - Underground River: Door Barrier
    - Mecha Base - 2F: Wall Barrier
    - Mecha Base High - 2F: Wall Barrier
    - Mecha Base High - 2F: Wall Barrier

  Red Barriers:
    - Gul (Gulu) Mountains: Wall Barrier
    - Mural Town (Moire Village): Treasure Chest
    - Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Inner Courtyard: Treasure Chest
    - Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Basement: Treasure Chest
    - Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Lounge: Treasure Chest
    - Exile Forest Caverns: Treasure Chest
    - Underground River: Treasure Chest
    - Ancient Factory: Treasure Chest
    - Wire Highlands (Ancient Factory Entrance): Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Base - 2F: Wall Barrier
    - Mecha Base High - 2F: Wall Barrier

  Green Barriers:
    - Lot Wilderness West: Treasure Chest
    - Forest of the Dead: Wall Barrier
    - Gul (Gulu) Mountains: Treasure Chest
    - Alumaru Village: Treasure Chest
    - Wire Highlands (Ancient Factory Entrance): Treasure Chest
    - Pachess (Paches) Town : Wall barrier around entire town
                                                      (Automatically released)
    - Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest): Treasure Chest

  White Barriers:
    - Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F: Door Barrier
    - Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F: Door Barrier
    - Mural Town (Moire Village): Treasure Chest
    - Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Basement: Treasure Chest
    - Ancient Factory: Treasure Chest
    - Ancient Prison - Deathmoat: Treasure Chest
    - Ancient Prison - Deathmoat: Treasure Chest
    - Pachess (Paches) Town: Treasure Chest
    - Pachess (Paches) Town: Treasure Chest
    - Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground: Door barrier 
       (Note: This barrier will be released automatically if you attempt to
       enter the Underground via the entrance in the Pachess (Paches) Plateau.)
    - Devour (Eat) Village: Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Base - 2F: Wall Barrier
    - Mecha Base High - 2F: Wall Barrier
    - Mecha Base High - 2F: Wall Barrier

  Black Barriers:
    - Mural Town (Moire Village): Treasure Chest
    - Exile Forest Caverns: Treasure Chest
    - Ancient Factory: Door barrier
    - Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest): Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Base - 1F: Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Base - 3F: Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Base - 3F: Treasure Chest
    - Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains: Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Base High - 2F: Wall Barrier
    - Kelaso Village - Basement: Wall barrier
    - Sea Cube - 3F: - Wall Barrier
    - Sea Cube - Deepest Area: Wall Barrier
    - Mecha Robo Cube: Treasure Chest
    - Mecha Robo Cube: Treasure Chest
    - Primitive Cube - Inside: Wall Barrier (This one might be white.)
    - Primitive Cube - Inside: Wall Barrier

  Once the final barrier is released the achievement will unlock. If you think
  you might have missed a barrier or two you can do general checks on the 
  number of barriers remaining in two ways:
  - Fortune Teller -
      There is a fortune teller in the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains. If
      you talk to this character they will tell you how many treasure chests
      are still protected by barriers. The order is 青 - blue, 赤 - red,
      緑 - green, 白 - white, and 黒 - black. The number shown after each
      color will only tell you how many barriers are left that are actually
      surrounding single treasure chests. So no wall or door type barriers
      will be included in this count.

  - Adventure Record -
      You can access the Adventure Record at any time by opening the camp
      menu, selecting Item - アイテム, then Encyclopedia - ずかん, and then
      Adventure Record - ぼうけんのきろく. The percentage of barriers you have
      released will be displayed on the line just above the bottom one. It
      will look like this:
     Barriers Removed              (number) %
      バリア解放率                (number) %
      On average it seems that each barrier you release is worth a little less
      than two percent, so this stat is really only useful to tell you if you
      have missed any barriers.


                                          Completed Monster Record - 25 points
                                                    モンスター図鑑コンプリート
                                                (Complete the Monster Logbook)
  This is the first of two very difficult achievements to unlock. It actually
  seems simple enough, as all you need to do is defeat at least one of each
  of the 290 unique monsters that appear in the Monster Record (Logbook) to
  unlock the achievement. However, this is not such an easy task as the
  designers took steps to make it easy to miss about 36 different monsters. 
  Nine of these monsters are just tricky, and you can go back for them at
  anytime; however, the other 27 only appear for a limited time during the
  game. But wait, it gets worse: Four of these 27 monsters are only summoned
  by other monsters, so they are extremely easy to miss even if you are being
  careful.

  This section of this guide will list all 290 monsters in the order that you
  will most likely encounter them during normal game play. Following this
  guide will ensure that you do not miss any monsters, although do not be
  alarmed if you encounter some of the monsters in a slightly different order
  than they are presented here. Also, if a monster happens to stop appearing
  in a certain area then the new area it appears in will be listed. With the
  exception of the 27 one-shot monsters you can use this monster list to find
  any of the monsters you might have missed even if you are at the end of the
  game.

  Much like with the barriers, Monster Fights, and other stats there is
  an easy way to see all of the monsters you have encountered and defeated:
  - Monster Record (Logbook) -
      You can access the Monster Record (Logbook) at any time by opening the
      camp menu, selecting アイテム, then ずかん, and then モンスターずかん.
      Once the logbook is displayed you can choose to see all monsters or you
      can just look at a specific class of monster. There are four classes
      total:
      どうぶつ - Animal
   メカ - Mecha
   ゴースト - Ghost
      まほうせいぶつ - Magical Creature
      Select the button for the class you wish to view, or just select the
      ぜんぶ button to look at all monsters. Unfortunately the Monster Record
      (Logbook) is painfully slow when scrolling through each page, but it is
      still an invaluable resource for unlocking this achievement.


  If you are just starting the game then you have not yet had a chance to miss
  any monsters or items; however, if you are fairly far into the game and you
  have missed one of the 27 monsters that only appear at certain points then
  it may be impossible for you to unlock this achievement on your current
  play through. Please check your Monster Record (Logbook) and see if you have
  all the monsters noted for the entry that best describes your current
  position in the game:

  - If you have not yet left the Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) from the
    Mechat Dock where you fought Szabo (280) then you have not yet been
    able to permanently miss anything. However, if you are in the 
    Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) then you should make sure to defeat all
    unique monsters there before you leave. (Flying Fortress/Giant Mechat here
    refers to when you go there after reaching Jibral (Gibral), not the events
    that occur at the beginning of the game.)

  - If you have completed the mini-game Mechat Shooting Stage 1 but not yet
    fought the boss Scything Skull-Spider - マインド (273) in
    Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground then you must have the following
    five monsters in your Monster Record (Logbook):
    036, 056, 061, 066, 217 - All monsters found only in the Flying Fortress
                              (Giant Mechat)

  - If you have defeated the boss Scything Skull-Spider - マインド (273) in
    Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground but not yet entered Nene's Fortress
    then you must have the following six monsters in your Monster Record
    (Logbook):
    082 - Skeleton General, summoned by Scything Skull-Spider (273) in
          Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
    036, 056, 061, 066, 217 - All monsters found only in the Flying Fortress
                              (Giant Mechat)

  - If you have reached the throne room in Nene's Fortress but have not yet
    defeated the boss Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) in the Southern Lal Mountains
    area then you must have the following 23 monsters in your Monster Record
    (Logbook):
    059, 073, 083, 084, 085, 086, 087, 097, 114, 155, 172, 177, 189, 200, 203,
    227, 231 - All monsters found only in Nene's Fortress
    082 - Skeleton General, summoned by Scything Skull-Spider (273) in
          Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
    036, 056, 061, 066, 217 - All monsters found only in the Flying Fortress
                              (Giant Mechat)

  - If you have defeated the boss Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) in the
    Southern Lal Mountains area but have not yet entered the inside area of
    the Primitive Cube then you must have the following 25 monsters in your
    Monster Record (Logbook):
    041, 042 - Gale Wolf Ghost and Stone Wolf Ghost, the wolves that
               Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) will split into
    059, 073, 083, 084, 085, 086, 087, 097, 114, 155, 172, 177, 189, 200, 203,
    227, 231 - All monsters found only in Nene's Fortress
    082 - Skeleton General, summoned by Scything Skull-Spider (273) in
          Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
    036, 056, 061, 066, 217 - All monsters found only in the Flying Fortress
                              (Giant Mechat)

  - If you have defeated all the Wandering Sage (202) monster parties
    throughout the internal areas of the Primitive Cube then you must have the
    following 27 monsters in your Monster Record (Logbook):
    186, 199 - Cursed Spine Ghost and Sanguine Slasher, both summoned only by
               a Wandering Sage (202)
    041, 042 - Gale Wolf Ghost and Stone Wolf Ghost, the wolves that
               Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) will split into
    059, 073, 083, 084, 085, 086, 087, 097, 114, 155, 172, 177, 189, 200, 203,
    227, 231 - All monsters found only in Nene's Fortress
    082 - Skeleton General, summoned by Scything Skull-Spider (273) in
          Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
    036, 056, 061, 066, 217 - All monsters found only in the Flying Fortress
                              (Giant Mechat)

  Due to the nature of this achievement being based on your cumulative
  progress you will need to return to the point in the game where the earliest
  monster you missed was. For example, if you fall into the last category
  (defeated all Wandering Sage (202) parties) but you missed only
  monster 082 you will have to load a save that puts you in the game at some
  point before you defeated Scything Skull-Spider (273). This is why this
  achievement can be painful, especially if you do not have a convenient save
  to return to.

  Now that the "New Plus" option is available via downloadable content you
  are no longer forced to load an old save if you have missed a unique
  monster. Instead you can begin a new game with an old save and take another
  shot at defeating the unique monsters you missed. Of course, depending on
  where you are in your current play through you may still have to replay a
  fair amount of the game anyway. Still, using New Plus can be faster than
  starting over, so it is not all bad.
  Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that I have never been able to test
  New Plus with this achievement, so it may not actually work as expected.


  With the possibly painful part of this section out of the way let's get to
  the list of monsters! Here is an example of how each monster will appear:

  Monster 000: Official English Monster Name - Japanese Monster Name
                                                                 (Translation)
    A description of the way the monster looks.
    Special information on the monster may appear here.
    WARNING: This appears if the monster is one of the 27 one-shot monsters.
    WARNING - STEAL: This appears if you must steal an item from this monster
                     before defeating it for the Item Record (Logbook)
                     achievement.
    STEAL: This appears if you really should steal a specific item from this
           monster before defeating it.
      Classification: Monster Class in English (Class in Japanese)
      Items that can be stolen: Any confirmed items and their numbers will
                                be listed.
      Appears as Monster Party: Info on whether the monster appears
                                in a monster party or not in the current
                                area. If "Boss fight" is listed then you will
                                not be able to run from the fight.
                                Note: Just because a monster can appear as a
                                monster party does not mean that it will not
                                appear with other monsters as well.
      Monster Fights with: The monster name and number of any monsters that
                           this monster will fight will appear here.

    - If no items that can be stolen or Monster Fights have been confirmed
      for a specific monster then these fields will not appear. Also, if
      only one item is listed this does not mean that it is the only item
      that can be stolen from the monster, it is just only one that has been
      confirmed.


  Complete List of Monsters:

  You can use the "Find" function to quickly search for a specific monster
  in this list. Just make sure to search using the following string:
  "Monster ###"
  For example, searching for "Monster 001" would take you to the first 
  monster in the list, the Poo Snake (001).

  - Ancient Ruins Caverns - 
  This is the cave that you will end up in after being pulled out of Talta
  (Tata) Village by the Land Shark.

  Monster 001: Poo Snake - ウンチスネーク (Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Light purple in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Ancient Katydid (043)


  - Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 
  You will automatically come here for the first time once the Land Shark
  "wakes up" in the Ancient Ruins Caverns. While this is the same area
  that you will return to near the end of disc one do not confuse the two in
  regards to this achievement. There are no monsters that can be missed this
  time around.

  Monster 068: Mecha Robo - メカロボ (Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Red and black in color.
    If you choose not to fight any Mecha Robos here they will appear again
    in the Drill Machine and the Ancient Factory.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Vicinity of Mechat Crash Site -
  This is the first field section of the game, and it is really just a part of
  the Lot Wilderness.

  Monster 043: Ancient Katydid - 古代バッタ (Ancient Grasshopper)
    An orange insect with dark red stripes and purple antennae.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Poo Snake (001), Fat Rat (162)


  - Lot Wilderness East -
  The beginning of the Lot Wilderness area. This area is bordered by the
  Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness and Vicinity of Mechat Crash Site areas.

  Monster 064: Smirking Scorpion - 古代スコーピオン (Ancient Scorpion)
    A blue, red, and yellow scorpion.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
                                Antidote - 毒消し (020)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 162: Fat Rat - ネズミ (Mouse)
    A large gray-blue mouse.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Ancient Katydid (043)


  - Lot Wilderness West -
  Another section of the Lot Wilderness. It is bordered by the 
  Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness and the Eastern Lot Wilderness. This is where
  you fight your first boss, the Flamboyant Dinoram (261).

  Monster 136: Green Grunt - 二足トカゲ (Two-legged Lizard)
    A medium sized walking lizard. Green in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Thorn Vines - トゲトゲの蔦 (030)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Ancient Katydid (043)

  Monster 261: Flamboyant Dinoram - ミニサウルス (Minisaurous)
    A large orange and beige dinosaur-like creature.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Silver Bracelet - 銀の腕輪 (161)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Eastern Lot Wilderness and Western Lot Wilderness -
  These two large field areas are first accessed when you leave the Lot
  Wilderness West area after defeating the Flamboyant Dinoram (261). At first
  only the Drill Machine and Gul (Gulu) Highlands can be reached from these
  areas, but later a path to Lago Village will open.
  
  Monster 038: Scavenger Wolf Ghost - はだかおおかみ (Nude Wolf)
    A brown wolf that has no hind legs.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Green Skeleton (077)
                             Zombie Monkey (167)
  
  Monster 053: Apocalypse Moth - 黙示蝶 (Revelation Butterfly)
    A butterfly with pink wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Poison Powder - 毒の粉 (045)
                                Sleep Powder - 眠りの粉 (046)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 128: Gotsu-Gotsu - ゴツゴツ (Gotsugotsu)
    A floating imp-like creature. Brown in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 142: Green Soldier - 二足オオトカゲ (Large two-legged Lizard)
    A very large lizard. Green in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Drill Machine -
  This area is first accessed as a part of the story from the Lot Wilderness.
  Monster Parties will only appear in this area until the player reaches the
  Ancient Hospital Ruins. All the monsters that can be missed will appear in
  the hospital as well, so do not worry. (You would have to work hard to miss
  these enemies anyway.)

  Monster 058: Intercept Electrogue - 迎撃マシン (Interceptor Machine)
    A small cylindrical floating mecha. Yellow in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Kelolon Powder - ケロロンの粉 (044)
      Appears as Monster Party: Not in this area - Engage 
                                                   Medic Maintenancer (060)

  Monster 060: Medic Maintenancer - メンテナンサー (Maintenancer)
    A short mecha with four long arms. Light brown in color.
    If you somehow avoid this mecha here it will appear again in the Ancient
    Hospital Ruins.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: No-Ghost Device - お化け回復器 (027)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 260: Winking Patroller - 巨大メンテナンサー (Giant Maintenancer)
    A larger version of the Maintenancer that you must fight as mini-boss.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: No-Ghost Device - お化け回復器 (027)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - Boss Fight

  Note: Marumaro is not considered an enemy, so he will not appear in the
        Monster Logbook. You can steal a Medicine - 薬 (001) from him though.


  - Ancient Hospital Ruins -
  This area is first accessed by the Drill Machine. Once you leave via the
  Drill Machine the only way to return is by warping.

  Monster 039: Flame Wolf Ghost - 炎おおかみ (Flame Wolf) 
    A brown wolf that has no hind legs. Covered in flames.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ruby - ルビー (032)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Snow Wolf Ghost (040)

  Monster 040: Snow Wolf Ghost - 氷おおかみ (Ice Wolf)
    A blue wolf that has no hind legs. Covered in ice.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Sapphire - サファイア (038)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Flame Wolf Ghost (039)

  Monster 055: Hover Alarm - 警報マシン (Alarm Machine)
    A floating spike ball with a red underbelly.
    Summons an Interceptor Machine(058) party if it detects you.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Light Crystal - 光の結晶 (007)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 179: Midnight Ghost - ハート (Heart)
    A blue ghost.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Invisibility Elixir - 高級な透明薬 (063)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 198: Wandering Wrath - さまよう怒り (Wandering Rage)
    A yellow snake wrapped around a floating sword.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Vitality Elixir - バイタルドリンク (048)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 263: Icefire Wolf Ghost - 2ヘッドおおかみ (Two-headed Wolf)
    This large ghost appears to be made up of a Flame and an Ice Wolf.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Shadow Crystal - 影の結晶 (009)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - Boss fight


  - Lago Village - South -
  This is the narrow path that leads from Lago Village to the Wetland. It is
  accessible once you leave the Ancient Hospital Ruins and head to Lago
  Village in the Drill Machine.

  Monster 045: Ancient Cricket - 古代コオロギ (Ancient Cricket)
    A blue insect with green stripes and blue antennae.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Wetland -
  This area is reached from the path leading from Lago Village. One entrance
  to the Undersea Caverns is in this area.

  Monster 022: Sonic Strike Fish - スカイハイ (Sky High)
    A flying fish. Dark blue in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 026: Cutlass Fish - 立ちうお (Standing Fish)
    A large walking fish. Light blue in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 031: Ghost Crab - 幽霊ガニ (Ghost Crab)
    A dark blue ghost that looks more like a floating lobster than a crab.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Thorn Grass - トゲトゲの草 (029)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 051: Ancient Moth - 古代蝶 (Ancient Butterfly)
    A butterfly with turquoise and purple wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  - Undersea Caverns -
  This cavern connects the Wetland with the Island of the Dead.

  Monster 014: Hermit Crab Poo - ヤドカリウンチくん (Poop Hermit Crab)
    A small turquoise crab with a purple shell made from a Poo Snake.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 018: Magic Jellyfish - 魔法くらげ (Magic Jellyfish)
    A floating purple jellyfish with a blue core.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Emerald - エメラルド (035)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 029: Broadsword Fish - ヨロイ立ちうお (Armored Walking Fish)
    A large walking fish. Reddish-purple in color with dark blue armor.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 245: Hydrattler - 四首スネーク (Four-headed Snake)
    A large four-headed snake. Purple in color with a beige underbelly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Forest of the Dead -
  This and the Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest are the only two areas that
  exist on the Island of the Dead.

  Monster 049: Slime Roamer - ブロッブローマー (Blob Roamer)
    A small gray humanoid creature that seems to be made of liquid.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 077: Green Skeleton - スケルトンルーキー (Skeleton Rookie)
    An armed skeleton that wears green armor.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Magical Medicine - 高級な魔法薬 (005)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Scavenger Wolf Ghost (038)

  Monster 104: Acornivore - 人食いドングリ (Flesh Eating Acorn)
    A yellow green monster that looks like an acorn with a blue tongue.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 187: Thief Ghost - 盗賊ゴースト (Thief Ghost)
    A ghost wearing an orange turban. Carries a gray sack.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: The Way of the Thief - 泥棒の手口 (050)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 196: Shooter Ghost - 射手ゴースト (Marksman Ghost)
    A small ghost wearing an orange tunic. Holds an old style rifle.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Invisibility Elixir - 透明薬 (062)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 233: Grinning Ghost - ブレイドマン (Blade Man)
    A large gray-blue ghost that wields a halberd.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Thorn Grass - トゲトゲの草 (029)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 265: King Ghost - 王様ゴースト (King's Ghost)
    A fat ghost with an orange crown and a royal scepter.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Magical Medicine - 高級な魔法薬 (005)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Gul (Gulu) Highlands -
  This area can actually be accessed from the Lot Wilderness before you visit
  the Drill Machine; however, this is not recommended as the Lazy Bear (205)
  is a very dangerous monster to you at that time. This area also connects to
  the Gul (Gulu) Mountains.
  Oddly enough the game will also refer to a small section of this
  area as the Gul (Gulu) Mountains. I do not like this, as it can lead to
  confusion between this area and the actual Gul (Gulu) Mountains area, so in
  this guide the entire area that leads to the entrance of the
  Gul (Gulu) Mountains will be referred to as the Gul (Gulu) Highlands.

  Monster 007: Compost Poo Snake - 草むらウンチスネーク (Grassy Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Green in color with leaves stuck to it.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 088: Ancient Beetle - 古代カブト (Ancient Kabuto)
    A magenta beetle.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Ancient Scarab (090)

  Monster 090: Ancient Scarab - 古代クワガタ (Ancient Stag Beetle)
    A turquoise beetle.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Ancient Beetle (088)

  Monster 194: Hunter Ghost - 狩人ゴースト (Hunter Ghost)
    A small ghost wearing an brown tunic. Holds a rifle.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Lazy Bear (205)

  Monster 205: Lazy Bear - ダラケグマ (Lazy Bear)
    A large brown bear with blue extremities.
    This monster is very dangerous to low level characters.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Hunter Ghost (194)


  - Gul (Gulu) Mountains -
  You will gain access to this area once you have saved the population of
  Lago Village. It connects the Gul (Gulu) Highlands and the
  Vicinity of Talta (Tata) Village areas. Although it is called the
  Gul (Gulu) Mountains is it really more of a cave-like area.

  Monster 002: Stone Poo Snake - ストーンウンチスネーク (Stone Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Gray in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 016: Ore Hermit - 鉱石ヤドカリ (Mineral Hermit Crab)
    A small purple crab with a rocky shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Chain-Gang Ghost (235)

  Monster 032: Ghost Crab Mimic - 幽霊カニダマシ (Ghost Crab Soul)
    A blue ghost that looks more like a floating lobster than a crab.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 047: Mist Walker - ミストウォーカー (Mist Walker)
    A small black humanoid creature that seems to be made of liquid.
    If this monster detects you the entire screen will go white-gray until
    you defeat it.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Amethyst - アメジスト (041)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 065: Paralyzing Scorpion - 猛毒サソリ (Highly Poisonous Scorpion)
    A blue, purple, and red scorpion.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Antidote - 毒消し (020)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 188: Bandit Ghost - 山賊ゴースト (Bandit Ghost)
    A ghost wearing an black turban. Carries a black sack.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 235: Chain-Gang Ghost - グレイマン (Gray Man)
    A large black ghost that wields a large hammer.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Magical Medicine - 高級な魔法薬 (005)
                                HP Up Elixir - HPアップカプセル (070)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Ore Hermit (016)


  - Vicinity of Talta (Tata) Village -
  This is the area directly around Talta (Tata) Village. It leads to many
  places, including the Ancient Ruins Caverns, Gul (Gulu) Mountains,
  Mural Valley, and the Coastal Road.

  Monster 034: Mountain Crab - 山ガニ (Mountain Crab)
    A large green crab.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 132: Snakeface - スネーカオ (Snakeface)
    A light blue snake with small golden-brown wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 134: Snakween - スネークイン (Snakequeen)
    A turquoise snake with pink butterfly-like wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Destroyed Talta (Tata) Village -
  When you finally make it back to Talta (Tata) Village after passing through
  the Gul (Gulu) Mountains you will find that it is essentially a wasteland.
  The village will remain like this until you reach disc three.
  There is only one monster you can kind of miss here: Rolling Ripper (092).
  If you do not defeat it before Talta (Tata) Village returns to normal then
  you will have to wait until you can access Mecha Base High on disc three to
  have another chance.

  Monster 078: Purple Skeleton - スケルトンナイト (Skeleton Knight)
    An armed skeleton that wears purple armor.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Rolling Ripper (092)

  Monster 081: Skeleton Captain - スケルトンリーダー (Skeleton Leader)
    An armed skeleton that wears light blue armor.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 092: Rolling Ripper - デンデン (Denden)
    A light purple armored millipede-like insect that rolls around.
    If you miss this monster here you will have to wait until you reach
    Mecha Base High on disc three and engage a Squinting Cyborg (063) party
    there to find one.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes (Possibly only in this area.)
      Monster Fights with: Purple Skeleton (078)

  Monster 154: Mad Eye - マッドマドウ (Mad Sorcerer)
    A large dirty green floating cloak that holds a scepter.
    This monster will summon Green Skeletons (077), Purple Skeletons (078),
    and Skeleton Captains (081) when you fight it.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Vitality Elixir - バイタルドリンク (048)
      Appears as Monster Party: Not in this area - Talk to the traveler in
                                                   front of the inn. He will
                                                   turn into this monster and
                                                   attack you.


  - Mural Valley West -
  This is the first section of Mural Valley. It is accessed from the
  Vicinity of Talta (Tata) Village area, and leads to
  Mural Town (Moire Village).

  Monster 008: Pungent Poo Snake - 鳥の巣ウンチスネーク
                                                      (Bird's Nest Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Dark turquoise in color with feathers stuck to it.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Fresh Garlic - にんにく (015)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Shrike Cockatrice (120)

  Monster 120: Shrike Cockatrice - ブライトリ (Burai Bird)
    A green, flightless bird with red tail feathers.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 191: Hawk Eye - ホークアイ (Hawk Eye)
    A winged humanoid that flies about. It is green with a blue tunic.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Misfortune Mural (241)
                             Evil Mural (242)

  Monster 241: Misfortune Mural - 壁画「凶」(Mural "Misfortune")
    A large red living mural.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ruby - ルビー (032)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Hawk Eye (191)

  Monster 242: Evil Mural - 壁画「悪」 (Mural "Evil")
    A large dark blue living mural.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Hawk Eye (191)


  - Mural Valley East -
  You will reach this area of Mural Valley when you pass through Mural Town
  (Moire Village). This area has multiple levels and leads to the
  Road to Jibral (Gibral).

  Monster 124: Flame Raptor - 熱血鳥 (Hot-blooded Bird)
    A very large dark red bird.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 192: Ruby Halbird - ダークアイ (Dark Eye)
    A winged humanoid that flies about. It is purple with a gray tunic.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 243: Poison Mural - 壁画「毒」 (Mural "Poison")
    A large green living mural.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 244: Chaos Mural - 壁画「乱」 (Mural "Confusion")
    A large light purple living mural.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ruby - ルビー (032)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Road to Jibral (Gibral) -
  The first time you reach this area you will move through it with no real
  control over where your party is going. In doing so you will be forced to
  defeat all the monsters listed below.

  Monster 163: Fat Pack Rat - ジブラルネズミ (Gibral Mouse)
    A large light gray mouse.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 225: Steel-Eating Tiger - 鉄食いタイガー (Steel Eating Tiger)
    A large yellow and black striped tiger with a white underbelly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 266: Dullahan - デュラハン (Dullahan)
    A very large headless centaur with a large sword.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) -
  You will return to the Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) that you visited in
  the beginning of the game as part of a combined assault with the Jibral
  (Gibral) forces. This is also the first area of the game that contains
  unique monsters that will never appear again once you complete it.
  WARNING: There are 5 unique monsters that only appear in this area, so 
           remember to engage every monster party. Be sure to not to miss any
           of these unique monsters, as they will never appear again:
           036, 056, 061, 066, 217

  Monster 036: Machine Gun Crab - メカガニ (Mecha Crab)
    A large robotic crab that is blue in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Kelolon Powder - ケロロンの粉 (044)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Double Axe (217) parties for a
                                     random chance.

  Monster 056: Hover Patroller - 哨戒マシン (Patrol Machine)
    A floating spike ball with a yellow underbelly.
    Summons an Intercept Electrogue (058) party if it detects you.
    WARNING: This mecha (the Hover Patroller) only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Kelolon Powder - ケロロンの粉 (044)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 061: Winking Medic - ケアユニット (Care Unit)
    A short mecha with four long arms. Turquoise in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ) 
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Flying Mecha Robo (069) 
                                     or Double Axe (217) parties for a random
                                     chance.

  Monster 066: Tailgunner Robo-Scorpion - クラストマシン (Crust Machine)
    A purple robotic scorpion.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: No-Ghost Device - お化け回復器 (027)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Flying Mecha Robo (069) or
                                     Security Mecha Robo (170) parties
                                     for a random chance.

  Monster 069: Flying Mecha Robo - 飛行メカロボ (Flying Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Dark blue in color.
    If you happened to miss it here it will reappear in the Ancient Factory.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Poison Powder - 毒の粉 (045)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 170: Security Mecha Robo - 警備メカロボ (Security Mecha Robo)
    A tall robot with a bulky body. Red and gray in color.
    If you missed it here it will reappear in the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Sleep Powder - 眠りの粉 (046)
                                Broken Eternal Engine - 壊れた永久機関 (061)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 217: Double Axe - ダブルアックス (Double Axe)
    A large four-armed gladiator robot. Dark green and gray in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Shadow Crystal - 影の結晶 (009)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 280: Szabo - ザボ (Mecha General Szabo)
    This is Szabo, and he will appear as he did in the beginning of the game.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - Boss fight

  Monster 283: Silent Ku - 沈黙のクウ (Silent Kuu)
    This is one of four robotic bosses. He wields two revolvers.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Iridescent Cyclone - 虹色の竜巻 (057)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 285: Heat-Wave Sai - 熱波のサイ (Heat Wave Sai)
    This is one of four robotic bosses. He is large and round and uses bombs.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (036)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 287: Raging Kesu - 怒涛のケス (Furious Kesu)
    This is one of four robotic bosses. She looks like a witch.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Sapphire - 巨大なサファイア (039)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 289: Turbulent Mai - 波乱のマイ (Chaotic Mai)
    This is one of four robotic bosses. He uses two swords.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Amethyst - 巨大なアメジスト (042)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Jibral (Gibral) Plains -
  Once you reach disc two you will finally be able to leave Jibral (Gibral)
  Castle and explore again. The Jibral (Gibral) Plains include the grassy
  areas around Jibral (Gibral) Castle, and will have slightly different names
  when you fly over them in the Mechat once you reach disc three.

  Monster 044: Glutton Locust - 暴食イナゴ (Gluttonous Locust)
    A green insect with magenta stripes and purple antennae.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 093: Chief Rolling Ripper - チーフデンデン (Chief Denden)
    A dark purple armored millipede-like insect that rolls around.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 108: Fanged Skimmer - グリーンペット (Green Pet)
    A floating green monster that looks a little like a butterfly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
                                Repeater Weed - 連続草 (052)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 122: Cockatrice - コッカトリス (Cockatrice)
    A blue flightless bird with purple tail feathers.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Vicinity of the Exile Forest -
  This area is essentially part of the Jibral (Gibral) Plains. It is the small
  area that is right in front of the Exile Forest. Be careful about entering
  the forest though, as once you do the game will force you to complete the
  optional events in Alumaru Village.

  Monster 110: Delirious Skimmer - わくらば (Diseased Leaf)
    A floating purple monster that looks a little like a butterfly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Jibral (Gibral) Highlands -
  This is the rocky area that is North of Jibral (Gibral) Castle. It leads to
  the Laser Field (Laser Zone).

  Monster 067: Shooter Scorpion - サプレッサー (Suppressor)
    A maroon robotic scorpion.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Ruby - 高純度ルビー (034)
                                Power-Swap Dart - いれかえ針 (053)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 100: Souleater - ソウルイーター (Soul Eater)
    This creature looks like a flying worm. Red and purple in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Vitality Elixir - バイタルドリンク (048)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 140: Orange Grunt - レジストカゲ (Resist Lizard)
    A medium sized walking lizard. Orange-brown in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
                                Magic Elixir - マジックドリンク (049)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 144: Orange Soldier - アースリザード (Earth Lizard)
    A very large lizard. Orange-brown in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Vicinity of Alumaru Village -
  This is the small area between Alumaru Village and the
  Exile Forest.

  Monster 112: Coquettish - コケティッシュ (Cockatish)
    This floating monster looks like a purple ball on a stick.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Crested Cockatrice (121)

  Monster 121: Crested Cockatrice - アシッドリ (Acid Bird)
    A purple, flightless bird with yellow tail feathers.
    Although it appears in other areas, you should engage one in this area
    in order to fight a Coquettish (112).
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 141: Pink Grunt - 二足ドクトカゲ (Two-legged poison lizard)
    A medium sized walking lizard. Purple in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Treasure Storehouse -
  This is the underground treasure storehouse in Alumaru Village.
  You will be able to access it after you talk to Surasura near the bell and
  an event begins.

  Monster 116: Parvenu Pelican - なりギン (Nari-Gin)
    A large brown penguin with a skull on its chest.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 226: Gold-Eating Tiger - 金食いタイガー (Money Eating Tiger)
    A large orange and black striped tiger with a white underbelly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 232: Gold Giant - ゴールドジャイアント (Gold Giant)
    This monster looks like a metal golem.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 258: Jeelala - ジーララ (Jeelala)
    Jeelala is a normal sized Gorgo with a large sword.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Ruby - 巨大なルビー (033)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 259: Gorgo Beastfolk Warrior - ジーララの手下 (Jeelala's Henchman)
    These monsters appear with Jeelala and look like large Gorgos.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mithril Bracelet - ミスリルの腕輪 (167)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Part of boss fight with Jeelala (258)


  - Exile Forest Caverns -
  This is the cave in the Exile Forest. You will not be able to enter it until
  Jeelala (258) has been defeated. The cave and the large area behind it are
  both considered parts of this area.

  Monster 048: Poison Mist - ポイズンミスト (Poison Mist)
    A small purple humanoid that seems to be made of liquid.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Note: Gulugulu is not considered a monster, so he will not appear in the
        Monster Record (Logbook).


  - Laser Field - (Laser Zone) -
  This area can be accessed at any time once you reach disc two from the
  Jibral (Gibral) Highlands. Moon lasers will attack you relentlessly in
  several parts of this area.

  Monster 146: Armor-Shelled Turtle - グリーンタートル (Green Turtle)
    A large green turtle with a dark brown shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Steel Monkey - 鉄骨サル (168)

  Monster 158: Flying Needle Mole - 針モグラ (Needle Mole)
    A small purple mole that will flutter about.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 166: Pyre-Rat - オプチカルマウス (Optical Mouse)
    A large beige mouse with fireworks strapped to its back.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 168: Steel Monkey - 鉄骨サル (Steel Skeleton Monkey)
    A skeletal monkey with a yellow tail.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Iridescent Wind - 虹色の風 (056)
                                Banana - バナナ (336)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Armor-Shelled Turtle (146)

  Monster 207: Horned Lazy Bear - イッカクマ (Transient Bear)
    A large light brown bear with dark yellow extremities.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 251: Centipede - センチピード (Centipede)
    A large towering mecha rooted in the ground. Orange in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Baroy Town - Temple Basement -
  This is the basement area of the Temple in Baroy Town. Only one enemy will
  appear here, and it is part of an event.

  Monster 267: Blazing Kirin - 炎麒麟 (Flame Giraffe)
    The large horse-like boss that has the Blue Device - ブルーデバイス (367).
    STEAL: It is highly recommended that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload"
    technique to steal the Bellybutton Ring of Fire - 炎のへそピアス (311)
    from this mecha before you defeat it.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Bellybutton Ring of Fire - 炎のへそピアス (311)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Ancient Ruins Caverns -
  This is a side-quest that you should do once you have obtained the
  Blue Device - ブルーデバイス (367) in Baroy Town. This is because you can
  steal 5 Black Belts - 黒帯 (307) at this time and double the amount of SP
  you receive for all of your characters for the rest of the game.
  (In case you have forgotten, this area is accessible from the Vicinity of
  Talta (Tata) Village.)

  Monster 011: Jumbo Poo - 大ウンチくん (Big Poop Kun)
    A gigantic purple poop snake.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 012: Corrosive Poo - 太ウンチくん (Fat Poop Kun)
    A gigantic silver-blue poop snake.
    STEAL: In order to make the SP related achievements easier it is highly
    recommended that you steal the Black Belt - 黒帯 (307) from
    Corrosive Poo (012) five times before you defeat him. Use the
    "Steal - Run - Leave" technique to do so. This can be a little tedious,
    but having five Black Belts - 黒帯 (307) at this point in the game will
    help to reduce how long it takes to unlock the SP related achievements
    later.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Black Belt - 黒帯 (307)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes (You must defeat Jumbo Poo (011) first)


  - Underground River -
  This area is connected to Baroy Town, and can be accessed once you have the
  Blue Device - ブルーデバイス (367). Occasionally you will be attacked by the
  same lasers that were present in the Laser Field (Laser Zone) while in this
  area. Interestingly enough, once you can access this area you will be able
  to obtain excellent bracelets, SP doublers (see above), and your first
  Lei - レイ (290).

  Monster 020: Lazy Gummyfish - とんがり帽子 (Pointed Hat)
    A floating dark blue jellyfish with a red core.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Vitality Elixir - バイタルドリンク (048)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 023: Flaying Fish - フライハイ (Fly High)
    A flying fish. Light gray in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Sapphire - 高純度サファイア (040)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Swashbuckler Fish (027)

  Monster 027: Swashbuckler Fish - オカ立ちうお (Land-walking Fish)
    A large walking fish. Purple in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Flaying Fish (023)

  Monster 133: Visage Viper - 人面蛇 (Human-faced Snake)
    A dark blue snake with small golden-brown wings.
    STEAL: It is highly recommended that you engage these monsters and try to
    steal the Magic Life-Crusher Bracelet - 魔法生物破壊の腕輪 (186) five
    times. There are a fair amount of these monster parties in this area, so
    it should not take long. Once you have five
    Magic Life-Crusher Bracelets - 魔法生物破壊の腕輪 (186) your party will
    have an insane amount of attack power at this point in the game.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
                                Magic Life-Crusher Bracelet - 
                                                      魔法生物破壊の腕輪 (186)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Kelolon (150)

  Monster 150: Kelolon - ケロロン (Keroron)
    A small imp-like enemy. It is green with a white hat.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Kelolon Powder - ケロロンの粉 (044)
                                Kelolon Elixir - ケロロンドリンク (047)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Visage Viper (133)

  Monster 151: Hyper Kelolon - ハイパーケロロン (Hyper Keroron)
    A small imp-like enemy. It is yellow-green with a white hat.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 252: Moody Dragon - レッサードラゴン (Lesser Dragon)
    A large dark green dragon.
    Appears if all Kelolon (150) and Hyper Kelolon (151) parties are defeated
    near the waterfall. This is the only dragon that will appear before you
    visit Kelaso Village, and is very weak.
    STEAL: In order to make the experience related achievements easier it is 
    highly recommended that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to
    steal the Lei - レイ (290) from this monster before you defeat it. This
    can be annoying; however, this item speeds experience earning and is very
    rare.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Lei - レイ (290)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Ancient Factory -
  The entrance to this area is located at the end of the Underground River.
  Once you complete this area for the first time you will be taken
  automatically to the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat.

  Monster 057: Hover Claxon - 警報マシン・ネオ (Alarm Machine Neo)
    A floating spike ball with a dark blue underbelly.
    Summons a Flying Mecha Robo (069) party if it detects you.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Sleep Powder - 眠りの粉 (046)
                                Broken Eternal Engine - 壊れた永久機関 (061)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 062: Coordinator - コーディネイター (Coordinator)
    A tall mecha with four long arms. Purple in color.
    This mecha will convert the normal Mecha Robos (068) that it appears with
    into either Battle Mecha Robos (070) or Heavy Mecha Robos (072).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 070: Battle Mecha Robo - 格闘メカロボ (Fighting Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Purple and black in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Not in this area - Engage a Coordinator (062)
                                                   and allow it to attack.
                                                   It will randomly convert
                                                   the Mecha Robos (068) it
                                                   appears with into either
                                                   Battle Mecha Robos (070) or
                                                   Heavy Mecha Robos(072).

  Monster 072: Heavy Mecha Robo - 重メカロボ (Heavy Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Dark blue and black in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Not in this area - Engage a Coordinator (062)
                                                   and allow it to attack.
                                                   It will randomly convert
                                                   the Mecha Robos (068) it
                                                   appears with into either
                                                   Heavy Mecha Robos (072) or
                                                   Battle Mecha Robos (070).

  Monster 096: Gnashing Imp Trap - アイアントラップ (Iron Trap)
    A blue ghost that looks like a bear trap.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Invisibility Elixir - 高級な透明薬 (063)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Fireworks Rat (165)

  Monster 165: Fireworks Rat - 花火ネズミ (Fireworks Mouse)
    A large red mouse with fireworks strapped to its back.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
                                Repeater Weed - 連続草 (052)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Gnashing Imp Trap (096)

  Monster 174: Defense Mecha Robo - 防御メカロボ (Defense Mecha Robo)
    A robot with large shield parts for hands. Yellow and gray in color.
    When you first encounter this mecha you must run. You will be able to
    defeat one at the end of the Ancient Factory. You will then be able to
    defeat them all once you reach the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 183: Jumbo Ghost - ビッグハート (Big Heart)
    A very large blue ghost.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬 (006)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 219: Double Lance - ダブルランス (Double Lance)
    A large four-armed gladiator robot. Blue, orange, and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Shadow Crystal - 影の結晶 (009)
                                Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Ancient Prison - Deathmoat -
  You will be automatically taken to this area when you first reach the upper
  exit of the Ancient Factory. Once you complete this area you can use it to
  access the Wire Highlands or the Canyon.

  Monster 004: Copper Poo Snake - カッパーウンチスネーク (Copper Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Copper in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (002)
                                Prismatic Crystal - プリズム結晶 (051)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 071: War Mecha Robo - 戦争メカロボ (War Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Green and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Light Crystal - 光の結晶 (007)
                                Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 164: Big House Rat - プリズンマウス (Prison Mouse)
    A large blue-green mouse.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
                                Flawless Ruby - 高純度ルビー (034)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 180: Emerald Ghost - ハートウォーム (Heart Warm)
    A green ghost.
    This ghost will heal your party and run.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 209: Sentinel Mecha Robo Head - 警備メカロボ主任ヘッド
                                            (Security Mecha Robo Chief - Head)
    A short robot with tires for hands. White and blue in color.
    This mecha will combine with Sentinel Mecha Robo Body (211) to form a
    Sentinel Mecha Robo (213).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 211: Sentinel Mecha Robo Body - 警備メカロボ主任ボディー 
                                            (Security Mecha Robo Chief - Body)
    A tall robot with large turrets on it. Orange, blue and gray in color.
    This mecha will combine with Sentinel Mecha Robo Head (209) to form a
    Sentinel Mecha Robo (213).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Power-Swap Dart - いれかえ針 (053)
                                Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 213: Sentinel Mecha Robo - 警備メカロボ主任
                                                   (Security Mecha Robo Chief)
    A tall robot with only one hand. White, orange, blue, and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage the
                                     Sentinel Mecha Robo Head (209)
                                     party that is near the dead end with the
                                     treasure chest (with the white barrier
                                     around it). This party should contain a
                                     Sentinel Mecha Robo Head (209) and a
                                     Sentinel Mecha Robo Body (211).
                                     Just allow these mecha to attack and they
                                     will combine to form a
                                     Sentinel Mecha Robo (213).

  Monster 234: Melancholy Ghost - ブラックマン (Black Man)
    A large dark blue ghost that wields a large hammer.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Canyon - Vicinity of Ancient Prison - Vicinity of Pachess (Paches) Town -
  These areas represent the entire icy section that is East of the crevice
  that splits the ice field into two. This area runs from the exit from
  the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat to the Vicinity of Pachess (Paches) Town area.

  Monster 137: Blue Grunt - バスタートカゲ (Bastard Lizard)
    A medium sized walking lizard. Turquoise in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Emerald - 高純度エメラルド (037)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 156: Cardinal Eye - ソリッドマインド (Solid Mind)
    A large turquoise floating cloak that holds a scepter.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 160: Explod-A-Mole - ファイアモウル (Fire Mole)
    A small dark blue mole that will flutter about.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 195: Assassin Ghost - さまよう欲望 (Wandering Greed)
    A small ghost wearing an dark blue tunic. Holds a rifle.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬 (006)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Mad Fang Mammoth (237)

  Monster 237: Mad Fang Mammoth - キバンモス (Kibanmosu)
    A large brown mammoth with four tusks.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Assassin Ghost (195)


  - Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground (Warehouse) -
  After you leave the prison this is the only place you will be able to go.
  Once you enter Pachess (Paches) Town you will need to enter the Underground,
  which seems more like a factory than a warehouse.
  WARNING: There is one monster that is very to miss here. Make sure not to
           miss the Skeleton General (082) when fighting the boss, 
           Scything Skull-Spider (273). You must allow this boss to summon the
           Skeleton Generals (082) and then defeat at least one of them before
           defeating the boss.

  Monster 019: Blazing Jelly - ファイヤー魔法くらげ (Fire Magic Jellyfish)
    A floating red jellyfish with a red and blue core.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ruby - ルビー (032)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 033: Goblin Crab - 邪霊ガニ (Evil Spirit Crab)
    A purple ghost that looks more like a floating lobster than a crab.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 079: Red Skeleton - レッドスケルトン (Red Skeleton)
    An armed skeleton that wears dark red armor.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Magical Medicine - 高級な魔法薬 (005)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 082: Skeleton General - スケルトンジェネラル (Skeleton General)
    An armed skeleton that wears gold armor.
    WARNING: Once Scything Skull-Spider (273) has been defeated this monster
    will never appear again.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Summoned by Scything Skull-Spider (273)

  Monster 273: Scything Skull-Spider - マインド (Mind)
    This large boss has skull for a head, a spider-like body, and a scythe.
    WARNING: Make sure to allow this boss to summon the Skeleton General (082).
    Once you defeat at least one Skeleton General (082) then you can defeat
    this boss.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Shadow Crystal - 影の結晶 (009)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Wire Highlands -
  You should make a side trip to this area after you get the 
  Green Device - グリーンデバイス (369) back from the elder of Pachess (Paches)
  Town. This is the grassy area where you were attacked by the many green
  War Mecha Robos (071) after you first left the Ancient Factory. It can be
  accessed from either the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat or the Ancient Factory.

  Monster 161: Missile Mole - スパイラルモウル (Spiral Mole)
    A small green and brown mole that will flutter about.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Exile Forest Caverns -
  You should make a side trip to the Exile Forest Caverns at this point
  because you now have the Red Device - レッドデバイス (368). A new monster
  will be waiting.

  Monster 247: Poison Hydrattler - ダークスネーク (Dark Snake)
    A large four-headed snake. Purple in color with a light blue underbelly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Southern Giant Ice Fields -
  You will gain access to this area after you are able to leave Pachess
  (Paches) Town by moving toward the large cylindrical rock. This area makes
  up half of the Western part of large ice field. The  Mecha Base is here, and
  it will spill out Roball (075) monster parties as it moves around.

  Monster 075: Roball - ロボール (Roball)
    A robot with a ball shaped body. Red and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 107: Shocking Acornivore - ライトニングヘッド (Lighting Head)
    A red monster that looks like an acorn with a purple tongue.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 181: Gaudy Ghost - ハード (Hard)
    A yellow ghost that wears glasses.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                Iridescent Cyclone - 虹色の竜巻 (057)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 208: Thunder Bear - サンダーベア (Thunder Bear)
    A large purple bear with dark purple extremities.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 229: Ice Giant - アイスジャイアント (Ice Giant)
    This monster looks like a crystal golem. Light blue in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Support Magic Heart - パワーの心 (082)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Northern Giant Ice Fields -
  This is the other half of the Western part of large ice field. The entrance 
  to Nene's Fortress is here, and later, the entrance to the Deep Zone will
  be here as well.

  Monster 028: Gaudy Cutlass Fish - ニンブルフィッシュ (Nimble Fish)
    A large walking fish. Purple in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 117: Pelicon - ストンギン (Stone Gin)
    A large blue penguin with a skull on its chest.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 126: Ice Raptor - 冷血鳥 (Cold-blooded Bird)
    A very large light blue bird.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 129: Kochi-Kochi - コチコチ (Kochikochi)
    A floating imp-like creature. Blue and purple in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 175: White Gear Defender - ホワイトウォール (White Wall)
    A robot with large shield parts for hands. Light blue and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 201: Wandering Knowledge - さまよう知識 (Wandering Knowledge)
    An orange sunburst surrounded by floating books.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - engage a White Gear Defender (175)

  Monster 239: Machine Gunner - ガンナービーグル (Gunner Beagle)
    A very large robot with four legs and twin head turrets. Gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Nene's Fortress -
  This area is accessed via the crater in the Giant Ice Fields. Once you go
  in you cannot get out, and there are many unique monsters in this area that
  will never reappear. It is very important that you defeat them all. While
  there may be a time limit, you will have time to defeat them all as long as
  you remember to use the Encounter Circle and never run.
  WARNING: There is one monster that is very to miss here. Make sure to allow
           the Versatile Mecha Robo (073) to summon Intercept Dynadrones (059)
           before you defeat it.
           Also, there is a total of 16 unique monsters that can be missed in
           this area, so remember to engage every monster party you encounter.
           Nearly every monster you encounter is unique to this area, and will
           not appear again.

  Monster 059: Intercept Dynadrone - 掃討マシン (Cleanup Machine)
    A small cylindrical floating mecha. Red in color.
    WARNING: Once all Versatile Mecha Robo (073) have been defeated this
    mecha will never appear again.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Summoned by a Versatile Mecha Robo (073)

  Monster 073: Versatile Mecha Robo - 専用メカロボ (Exclusive Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Red and orange in color.
    WARNING: Allow this mecha to summon Intercept Dynadrones (059). This mecha
    also only appears in the area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 083: Servant Mecha Robo A - 召使メカロボA (Servant Mecha Robo A)
    A small floating robot. Gray and dark yellow in color.
    WARNING: Be sure to defeat at least one of these mecha before defeating
    the "boss" that they appear with.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 084: Enforcer Robot - エリミネイター (Eliminator)
    A small floating robot. Gray and purple in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Power-Swap Dart - いれかえ針 (053)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 085: Servant Mecha Robo B - 召使メカロボB (Servant Mecha Robo B)
    A robot that seems to be hunched over. Gray and dark yellow in color.
    WARNING: Be sure to defeat at least one of these mecha before defeating
    the "boss" that they appear with.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 086: Standard Defender - カウンターロボ (Counter Robo)
    A robot that seems to be hunched over. Gray and red in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Amethyst - 高純度アメジスト (043)
                                Prismatic Crystal - プリズム結晶 (051)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 087: Assassin Robot - イレイザーロボ (Eraser Robo)
    A round robot that seems to be hunched over. Gray and purple in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 097: Glowering Imp Trap - ブラッドファング (Blood Fang)
    A dark blue ghost that looks like a bear trap.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Steel-Crusher Leopard (227)

  Monster 114: Balloon Bomber - バルーンボマー (Balloon Bomber)
    This floating robot looks like a reddish-brown ball on a stick.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 155: Impostor Eye - エセマドウ (Psuedo Sorcerer)
    A large purple floating cloak that holds a scepter.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 172: Pachwork Puppet - ラウンドパペット (Round Puppet)
    A tall robot with a small waist. Gray, blue, and yellow in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 177: Red-Mask Robot - プロテクター (Protector)
    A robot with large shield parts for hands. Red and gray in color.
    WARNING: This mecha only appears in this area.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Amethyst - 高純度アメジスト (043)
                                Prismatic Crystal - プリズム結晶 (051)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 189: Ninja Ghost - 忍者ゴースト (Ninja Ghost)
    A ghost wearing an black turban. Carries a gray sack.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Mega Invisibility Elixir - 高級な透明薬 (063)
                                Assassin Heart - アサシンの心 (078)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 200: Horned-Viper Trident - さまよう無念 (Wandering Regret)
    A purple snake wrapped around a floating arrow.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                Vitality Elixir - バイタルドリンク (048)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 203: Wandering Prophet - さまよう予言 (Wandering Prophecy)
    A brown disc surrounded by floating orbs.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 227: Steel-Crusher Leopard - レパードクロウ (Leopard Claw)
    A large blue leopard with a white underbelly and long claws.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Glowering Imp Trap (097)

  Monster 231: Stone Giant - ストーンジャイアント (Stone Giant)
    This monster looks like a stone golem. Dark gray in color.
    WARNING: This monster only appears in this area.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Monk Heart - モンクの心 (077)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 275: Jumbo Mecha Robo - 合体メカロボ (Combined Mecha Robo)
    A gigantic robot with a round body and arms and legs.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Eternal Engine Bracelet - 永久機関の腕輪 (178)
                                (I have never been able to confirm this.)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 276: Land Shark A - 地鮫 (Land Shark)
    The Land Shark in its normal shark-like form.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 277: Land Shark B - 地鮫 (Land Shark)
    The Land Shark in its "Gerwalk" form.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Second part of Land Shark A (276) battle.

  Monster 281: Grand Szabo - ザボ改 (Mecha General Szabo - Advanced)
    Szabo is back with a new floating four-turret platform.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 284: Grand Silent Ku - 沈黙のクウ改 (Silent Kuu - Advanced)
    Kuu is back with a few changes, but still wields two revolvers.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 286: Grand Heat-Wave Sai - 熱波のサイ改 (Heat Wave Sai - Advanced)
    Sai is back with a few changes, but still uses bombs.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 288: Grand Raging Kesu - 怒涛のケス改 (Furious Kesu - Advanced)
    Kesu is back with a few changes. She has wings now.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 290: Grand Turbulent Mai - 波乱のマイ改 (Chaotic Mai - Advanced)
    Mai is back with a few changes, but still uses two swords.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Medicine - 薬 (001)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Note: Yasat and the control device are not considered monsters, so they
        will not appear in the Monster Record (Logbook). But be certain not to
        forget to defeat at least one Servant Mecha Robo A (083) and one
        Servant Mecha Robo B (085) before completing this "boss" fight.


  - Devour (Eat) Village -
  Once you arrive at Devour (Eat) Village you will eventually fight the boss,
  Eat-Yeet (271). You will fight him twice, and there is no way to avoid this
  fight.

  Monster 271: Eat-Yeet - イートイート (Eat Eat)
    A very large living tree with two large red hands.
    STEAL: If you do not have five Black Belts - 黒帯 (307) at this time then
    you should steal one from Eat-Yeet (271) each time you fight him. In both
    cases you will want to use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique until
    you steal the Black Belt - 黒帯 (307). The first time you will also need
    to use a The Way of Thief - 泥棒の手口 (050) item in order to be able to
    steal.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Black Belt - 黒帯 (307)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Note: The shadow fight does not count as a monster and will not appear in
  the record (logbook). However, you can steal a
  Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008) from this monster.


  - Vicinity of Devour (Eat) Village -
  Once you are able to leave Devour (Eat) Village this is the first area you
  will encounter. Your party will be weak right now, so you can wait and come
  back for the monsters here if you wish.

  Monster 054: Sleeper Moth - 死魂蝶 (Dead Soul Butterfly)
    A butterfly with green and purple wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 152: Kelolon Defender - スイツロッグ (Switchrog)
    An odd little imp with a snorkel on its head. Green in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Devour (Eat) Forest - (Flesh Eating Forest) -
  This area connects the Vicinity of Devour (Eat) Village area with the
  Giant Snow Field. When you first arrive here you will be weak still, so you
  might want to come back later for the monsters.

  Monster 080: Blue Skeleton - ダークスケルトン (Dark Skeleton)
    An armed skeleton that wears dark blue armor.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬 (006)
                                Cure-All - 万能薬 (028)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 105: Ravenous Acornivore - 大食いドングリ (Gluttonous Acorn)
    A purple monster that looks like an acorn with a green tongue.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 109: Razor-Wing Skimmer - スチールエッジ (Steel Edge)
    A floating dark gray monster that looks a little like a butterfly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (003)
                                Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 167: Zombie Monkey - くされ外道 (Rotted Brute)
    A dead brown monkey with a purple tail.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Banana - バナナ (336)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Scavenger Wolf Ghost (038)

  Monster 169: Skeleton Monkey - 骨サル (Skeletal Monkey)
    A skeletal monkey with a red tail.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Banana - バナナ (336)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Trigger a Monster Fight between a
                                     Scavenger Wolf Ghost (038) and
                                     a Zombie Monkey (167). Once the battle
                                     begins allow a Scavenger Wolf Ghost (038)
                                     to attack a Zombie Monkey (167) and it
                                     will become a Skeleton Monkey (169).

  Monster 184: Stupefying Ghost - ストームハート (Storm Heart)
    A very large purple ghost.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Zephyr Chocolate - そよ風のチョコ (019)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Giant Snow Fields -
  The monsters in this area can be very rough when you first arrive as you
  will still be weak. So you might want to come back later.

  Monster 119: Haunting Pelican - コウテイデスギン (Emperor Death Gin)
    A green skeletal bird dressed in tattered red clothes.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Radiant Flour - 光る小麦 (018)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 147: Glacier Turtle - アイストータス (Ice Tortoise)
    A large blue turtle with a dark green shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
                                Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (069)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 159: Armaneedle - 針マジロ (Needle-madilo)
    A small gray mole that will flutter about.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 206: Polar Lazy Bear - ダラケシロクマ (Lazy White Bear)
    A large blue-white bear with brown extremities.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 250: Azure Scorpion - スノウリーグラー (Snow Wriggler)
    A large towering monster rooted in the ground. Light blue in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                MP Boost Elixir - MPアップカプセル (071)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Noluta Village -
  This village bridges the Giant Snow Fields with the Northern Lal Mountains.
  This is also where you will finally return to full strength, so do not
  forget to revisit any of the areas you might have skipped after leaving
  Devour (Eat) Village.

  Note: The shadow fights do not count as monsters and will not appear in the
  record (logbook). You can steal a Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
  from them.

  Monster 269: Azure Sentinel - 鉄巨人 (Iron Giant)
    A giant four-armed robot. Dark blue, gray, and yellow in color.
    STEAL: In order to make later encounters easier it is highly recommended
    that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to steal the
    Bellybutton Ring of Earth - 土のへそピアス (314) from this monster before
    you defeat it. This can be annoying; however, this item is very helpful
    in the fight against the Spark Dragon (253).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Bellybutton Ring of Earth
                                                        - 土のへそピアス (314)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Northern Lal Mountains -
  Once you defeat the boss in Noluta Village you will be able to access this
  area. It is essentially part of the entire Lal Mountains chain, which
  consists of the Northern Lal Mountains, the Lal Highlands, and the Southern
  Lal Mountains.

  Monster 017: Rock Hermit Crab - 岩窟ヤドカリ (Grotto Hermit Crab)
    A small green and white crab with a rocky shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 102: Bloodsucker - ブラッドサッカー (Blood Sucker)
    This creature looks like a flying worm. Green and orange in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (036)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 138: Blue Infantry - 青二足トカゲ (Blue Two Legged Lizard)
    A medium sized walking lizard. Blue in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Lal Highlands -
  This is the grassy area between the Northern and Southern Lal Mountains. The
  Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains is here as well.

  Monster 113: Piper - フエティッシュ (Fuetish)
    This floating monster looks like a brown ball on a stick.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - I have found it can be easier to just 
                                      engage a Mega Beak (123) party though.

  Monster 123: Mega Beak - ビッグビーク (Big Beak)
    A yellow, flightless bird with green tail feathers.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Radiant Flour - 光る小麦 (018)
                                Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Southern Lal Mountains -
  This area connects the Great Desert with the Lal Highlands. A fairly easy
  boss awaits you in this area.
  WARNING: There are two monsters that are easy to miss here. Do not defeat
           the boss Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) before it has a chance to split
           into Gale Wolf Ghost (041) and Stone Wolf Ghost (042).

  Monster 041: Gale Wolf Ghost - 風魔 (Fuuma - Wind Demon)
    A blue wolf that has no hind legs. Emits blue flames.
    WARNING: This monster will never appear if Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) is
    defeated before it has a chance to split.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) and allow
                                     it to split into to Gale Wolf Ghost (041)
                                     and Stone Wolf Ghost (042).

  Monster 042: Stone Wolf Ghost - 地霊 (Jirei - Earth Spirit)
    A dark red wolf that has no hind legs. Emits dirt.
    WARNING: This monster will never appear if Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) is
    defeated before it has a chance to split.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264) and allow
                                     it to split into to Gale Wolf Ghost (041)
                                     and Stone Wolf Ghost (042).

  Monster 127: Boreal Raptor - シトリン鳥 (Citroen Bird)
    A very large light olive bird.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 145: Blue Soldier - 装甲大トカゲ (Armored Big Lizard)
    A very large lizard. Dark blue in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 264: Rockwind Wolf Ghost - 地風霊 (Jifuurei - Earth Wind Spirit)
    This large creature appears to be made up of Fuuma and Jirei.
    WARNING: Do not defeat this boss before it has a chance to split into
    Gale Wolf Ghost (041) and Stone Wolf Ghost (042). It is best to hit this
    boss with charged physical attacks until it splits. At level 46 I used
    charged attacks from Shu and Marumaro and normal attacks from Jiro and
    Kluke. I did this three times and each time this monster split after my
    second volley of charged attacks. Still, it is a good idea to save as
    soon as you see this monster party just to be safe!
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (036)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - Boss fight


  - Great Desert -
  The Great Desert is the final area you can reach without the Mechat. It is
  connected to the Southern Lal Mountains. Due to a bug in the game you should
  make sure to talk to the Traveler - 旅人 at least once in the
  Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains before you enter this area. See the note
  on 317 in the "Complete List of Items Part 1" in the section on the
  Completed Item Record - 25 points - アイテム図鑑コンプリート for more info.

  Monster 046: Dulcet Katydid - 美声キリギリス (Sweet Voiced Grasshopper)
    A purple insect with red stripes and red antennae.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Ruby - 高純度ルビー (034)
                                Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 094: Rolling Barb - ギュンギュン (Gyungyun)
    A green and yellow armored millipede-like insect that rolls around.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Sapphire - 高純度サファイア (040)
                                Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 095: Chief Rolling Barb - キーンギュンギュン (Keen Gyungyun)
    A brown and red armored millipede-like insect that rolls around.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 103: Skillsucker - スキルサッカー (Skill Sucker)
    This creature looks like a flying worm. Light blue in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (036)
                                Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (069)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 193: Yellow Chiroptrident - サンダーホーク (Thunder Hawk)
    A winged humanoid that flies about. It is brown in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Zephyr Chocolate - そよ風のチョコ (019)
                                Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 249: Sandworm - サンドウォーム (Sand Worm)
    A large towering creature rooted in the ground. Red in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Mecha Base -
  The Mecha Base is the large castle like structure that moves in a circular
  path in the Southern Giant Ice Field while spilling out Roball (075) parties.
  You can visit the Mecha Base any time after you leave Pachess (Paches) Town
  on disc two, but you cannot complete this area until you get the
  White Device - ホワイトデバイス (370) in Noluta Village on disc three. 

  Monster 003: Iron Poo Snake - アイアンウンチスネーク (Iron Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Dark gray in color.
    If you have access to the Mechat already then it far easier to fly to the
    Southern Deserted Island and engage a Poo Snake (001) party there to
    fight this monster than to find the correct Roball (075) party inside
    the Mecha Base.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Roball (075) for a random chance.

  Monster 024: Sharkfly - フライガン (Fly Gun)
    A flying fish. Dark gray in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 037: Bomber Mech Crab - 爆弾メカガニ (Explosive Mecha Crab)
    A large robotic crab that is blue and red in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 171: Grim Security Mecha Robo - 警備メカロボ改
                                              (Security Mecha Robo - Advanced)
    A tall robot with a bulky body. Blue and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
                                Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 218: Black Double Axe - ブラックアックス (Black Axe)
    A large four-armed gladiator robot. Dark red and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
                                HP Up Elixir - HPアップカプセル (070)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - You need to walk through a laser to
                                make them appear.

  Monster 223: Spellcaster - スペルキャスター (Spellcaster)
    This large yellow and black creature looks like an egg with an eye.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: HP Up Elixir - HPアップカプセル (070)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 274: Gold Scything Skull-Spider - マインド改 (Mind Advanced)
    This large boss has skull for a head, a spider-like body, and a scythe.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Magic Shoes - 魔法の靴 (293)
                                Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Vicinity of Kelaso Village -
  When you first land in this area only two monsters will appear. However,
  once you talk to Bauhm in Kelaso Village a dangerous dragon will appear as
  well, so be careful not to engage this dragon if you are not strong.

  Monster 118: Phantom Pelican - デスギン (Death Gin)
    A skeletal bird dressed in tattered yellow clothes.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬 (006)
                                Broken Eternal Engine - 壊れた永久機関 (061)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 238: Albino Mammoth - アルビノテリウム (Albino Terrium)
    A large white-purple mammoth with four tusks.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Phoenix Wing - フェニックスの羽 (012)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

	
  - Sea Cube -
  The Sea Cube is an important optional area in the water behind Jibral
  (Gibral) Castle, and it can only be accessed by Mechat.

  Monster 015: Coconut Crab Poo - ヤシガニウンチくん (Poop Coconut Crab)
    A small green crab with a blue-green shell made from a Poo Snake.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Jelly Jolt (021) party for a 
                                     random chance.

  Monster 021: Jelly Jolt - メルクリウス (Mercurius)
    A floating blue jellyfish with a purple core.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Sapphire - 巨大なサファイア (039)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 030: Armored Fish - アーマーフィッシュ (Armor Fish)
    A large walking fish. Blue in color with green armor.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (069)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 050: Aqua Roamer - リキッドローマー (Liquid Roamer)
    A small aqua humanoid creature that seems to be made of liquid.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Radiant Flour - 光る小麦 (018)
                                Grand Sapphire - 巨大なサファイア (039)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 098: Robber Clam - クラムシェル (Clam Shell)
    A small green monster holding a clam shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (069)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 153: Balloon Toad - バルーントード (Balloon Toad)
    An odd little imp with a snorkel on its head. Brown in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage any of the Kelolon Defender (152)
                                     parties in the Sea Cube and defeat only
                                     the Kelolons (150) in this battle. Wait
                                     for the Kelolon Defender (152) to attack
                                     and it will turn into a
                                     Balloon Toad (153).
                                     If you happened to have defeated all of
                                     the Kelolon Defender (152) parties
                                     already then try engaging the
                                     Jelly Jolt (021) parties on the Deepest
                                     Level of the Sea Cube. 
                                     A Kelolon Defender (152) and some
                                     Kelolons (150) are sure to be
                                     part of one of these battles.

  Monster 204: Wandering Reflection - ダークプロフェット (Dark Prophet)
    A purple disc surrounded by floating orbs.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Robber Clam (098)

  Monster 230: Crystal Giant - クォーツジャイアント (Quartz Giant)
    This monster looks like a crystal golem. Light aqua in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Sapphire - 巨大なサファイア (039)
                                HP Up Elixir - HPアップカプセル (070)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 268: Azure Abyssal Dragon - 水龍 (Leviathan)
    A very large robotic water dragon.
    STEAL: In order to make later encounters easier it is highly recommended
    that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to steal the
    Bellybutton Ring of Water - 水のへそピアス (312) from this monster before
    you defeat it. This can be annoying; however, this item is very helpful in
    the fight against the Blizzard Dragon (256).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Magic Shoes - 魔法の靴 (293)
                                Bellybutton Ring of Water
                                                        - 水のへそピアス (312)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss Fight


  - Ancient Ruins Forest -
  This optional area is the forest near Talta (Tata) Village. It can only be
  accessed via Mechat, and does not directly connect to any other areas.

  Monster 009: Zebra Poo Snake - ゼブラウンチスネーク (Zebra Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Light gray in color with black stripes.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 089: Blood-Sucking Beetle - バレットビートル (Bullet Beetle)
    A dark blue beetle.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Golden Scarab (091)

  Monster 091: Golden Scarab - インパルスシザーズ (Impulse Scissors)
    A purple and yellow beetle.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes
      Monster Fights with: Blood-Sucking Beetle (089)

  Monster 101: Braineater - ブレインイーター (Brain Eater)
    This creature looks like a flying worm. Purple and blue in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (036)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 111: Masked Skimmer - オレンジペット (Orange Pet)
    A floating green monster that looks a little like a butterfly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 131: Soyo-Soyo - ソヨソヨ (Soyosoyo)
    A floating imp-like creature. Green in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (036)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 197: Fire Archer - スナイパーゴースト (Sniper Ghost)
    A small ghost wearing an red tunic. Holds an old style rifle.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬 (006)
                                Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (069)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 228: Howling Leopard - レオサイザー (Leoscisor)
    A large purple leopard with a white underbelly and long claws.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Black Magic Heart - ブラックの心 (079)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 248: Gorgon Hydrattler - ハイドラフォース (Hydra Force)
    A large four-headed snake. Green in color with a beige underbelly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 278: Land Shark C - 地鮫 (Land Shark)
    The Land Shark. This time it appears in its "Battloid" form.
    STEAL: In order to make later encounters easier it is highly recommended
    that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to steal the
    Bellybutton Ring of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313) from this monster before
    you defeat it. This can be annoying; however, this item is very helpful in
    the fights against the Spark Dragon (253) and Phantom Dragon (255).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Bellybutton Ring of Wind - 風のへそピアス (313)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Aurora Ruins -
  The Aurora Ruins is a building with just a few rooms. It is optional, and
  only accessible by Mechat.

  Monster 262: Stonesaurus - ストーンザウルス (Stonezaurous)
    A large stone dinosaur-like creature.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Flawless Amethyst - 高純度アメジスト (043)
                                Black Magic Heart - ブラックの心 (079)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Western Island -
  Just another optional area that requires the Mechat to reach.

  Monster 099: Thief Clam - アルティメットシェル (Ultimate Shell)
    A small red monster holding a dark blue clam shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - Sometimes it can take a long time for
                                one of these parties to spawn. Fighting a few
                                Sea-Temple Turtles seems to help, but it is
                                not necessary.

  Monster 148: Sea-Temple Turtle - タマウミガメ (Tamaumi Turtle)
    A large blue turtle with a blue and green shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Eastern Island -
  This is an optional island that is populated with nearly every ghost type
  monster in the game. It is also home to Ghost Yeet (272), a very dangerous
  boss-class monster.

  Monster 182: Lazy Spine Ghost - スーパーハード (Super Hard)
    A red ghost that wears glasses.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬 (006)
                                Iridescent Cyclone - 虹色の竜巻 (057)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 236: Poleaxe Ghost - ブレイズマン (Blaze Man)
    A large red ghost that wields a halberd.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Cure-All - 万能薬 (028)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - This party can be rare, so try engaging
                                      the other ghost monster parties for a
                                      better chance.

  Monster 272: Ghost Yeet - ゴーストイート (Ghost Eat)
    A very large living tree with two large hands and red roots and branches.
    STEAL: It is highly recommended that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload"
    technique to steal the Ribbon - リボン (291) from this monster before you
    defeat it. This can be annoying; however, this item protects against all
    bad status aliments and is quite rare.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Ribbon - リボン (291)
                                Stone Shoes - 石の靴 (292)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes - Boss fight


  - Southern Deserted Island -
  This island is home to the Golden Poo Snake (006).

  Monster 006: Golden Poo Snake - ゴールデンウンチスネーク (Golden Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Gold in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Guardian Heart - アーマーの心 (076)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - South-Western Deserted Island -
  This is the island of the Poo Snakes, as every single type of normal
  Poo Snake except for the Golden Poo Snake (006) appear here.

  Monster 005: Platinum Poo Snake - プラチナウンチスネーク
                                                         (Platinum Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Platinum (silver) in color.
    This monster party is fairly rare, but you will know it when you see it.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 010: Dark Poo Snake - ダークウンチスネーク (Dark Poop Snake)
    A small coiled snake. Dark purple in color with leaves stuck to it.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Not in this area - Engage a Poo Snake (001)


  - Mecha Base High -
  This optional area contains one tricky monster. It is the
  Security Electrogue (214), and this monster is tricky because it must be
  defeated while whole, and each of its parts must be defeated once it splits
  into two parts.

  Monster 025: Sonic Sharkfly - フライキャノン (Fly Cannon)
    A flying fish. Dark red in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                Cure-All - 万能薬 (028)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 063: Squinting Cyborg - ドーピングユニット (Docking Unit)
    A tall mecha with four long arms. Light purple in color.
    Rolling Rippers (092) will appear with this mecha if you missed them
    earlier.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 076: Thief Roball - ドロボール (Doroball)
    A robot with a ball shaped body. Blue and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 115: Clawed Bomber - フゴウヘイキ (Fugouheiki)
    This floating robot looks like a dark blue ball on a stick.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 176: Red Defender - ディフェンダー (Defender)
    A robot with large shield parts for hands. Red and purple-gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Zephyr Chocolate - そよ風のチョコ (019)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 210: Electrogue Part A - セキュリティ・パーツA (Security Part A)
    A short robot with tires for hands. Light gray and red in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Security Electrogue (214) and
                                     use a charged physical attack to split it
                                     into an Electrogue Part A (210) and an
                                     Electrogue Part B (212).

  Monster 212: Electrogue Part B - セキュリティ・パーツB (Security Part B)
    A tall robot with large turrets on it. Red and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Security Electrogue (214) and
                                     use a charged physical attack to split it
                                     into an Electrogue Part A (210) and an
                                     Electrogue Part B (212).

  Monster 214: Security Electrogue - セキュリティー (Security)
    A tall robot with only one hand. Red, light gray, and gray in color.
    A strong hit, such as one from a charged physical attack, will cause this
    mecha to split into Electrogue Part A (210) and Electrogue Part B (212).
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
                                HP Up Elixir - HPアップカプセル (070)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 224: Soaring Globe - ラウンドイデオグラム (Round Ideogram)
    This large purple and black creature looks like an egg with an eye.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Amethyst - 巨大なアメジスト (042)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 270: Steel Giant - 鋼巨人 (Steel Giant)
    A giant four-armed robot. Gold, dark red, and beige in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Monk Heart - モンクの心 (077)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Coastal Road -
  This area was accessible a long time ago, but it was not really worth the
  detour until now. You should come here now not only for the normal monsters,
  but also for the Amethyst Dragon (257).

  Monster 035: Land Crab - 陸ガニ (Land Crab)
    A large purple crab.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 106: Poison Helmet - バイキングヘッド (Viking Head)
    A blue monster that looks like an acorn with a light blue tongue.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 257: Amethyst Dragon - アメジストドラゴン (Amethyst Dragon)
    A large purple dragon, which only appears after speaking with Bauhm
    in Kelaso Village - Underground.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Ancient King's Ring - 古代王のリング (211)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Gul (Gulu) Mountains -
  You have been here before, but now it is time to take out another dragon.

  Monster 253: Spark Dragon - スパークドラゴン (Spark Dragon)
    A large brown and red dragon, which only appears after speaking with
    Bauhm in Kelaso Village - Underground.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Ancient King's Bracelet - 古代王の腕輪 (176)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Vicinity of Kelaso Village -
  The dangerous Blizzard Dragon (256) is your goal in returning here.

  Monster 256: Blizzard Dragon - ブリザードドラゴン (Blizzard Dragon)
    A large blue-green dragon, which only appears after speaking with Bauhm
    in Kelaso Village - Underground.
    STEAL: It is highly recommended that you use the "Steal - Reset - Reload"
    technique to steal the Ribbon - リボン (291) from this monster before you
    defeat it. This can be annoying; however, this item protects against all
    bad status aliments and is quite rare.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Ribbon - リボン (291)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Great Desert -
  Head for the Southern tip of this area to encounter the Phantom Dragon (255).

  Monster 255: Phantom Dragon - ファントムドラゴン (Phantom Dragon)
    A large blue dragon, which only appears after speaking with Bauhm
    in Kelaso Village - Underground.
    WARNING - STEAL: You must steal Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス (275) before
    defeating the Phantom Dragon (255) or you will not be able to unlock the
    Item Record (Logbook) achievement during your current play through. Use
    the "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to do so.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
                                Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス (275)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Ancient Ruins Caverns -
  King Poo (013) is the goal of this trip to the caverns.

  Monster 013: King Poo - 王様ウンチくん (King Poop Kun)
    A gigantic dark green poop snake.
    STEAL: You can use the "Steal - Run - Leave" technique to steal all the
    Golden Poo - 黄金のウンチ (085) you want from this monster before you
    defeat it.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Golden Poo - 黄金のウンチ (085)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Ancient Factory -
  The Gold Mecha Robo (074) is the goal of this side trip. (Please note that
  you will need to have found all six of the mystery parts and taken them
  to the Research Director in the Mechat Lab in the basement of Jibral
  (Gibral) Castle before this monster will appear here.)

  Monster 074: Gold Mecha Robo - ゴールドメカロボ (Golden Mecha Robo)
    A robot with a round body and arms and legs. Gold in color.
    STEAL: You can use the "Steal - Run - Leave" technique to steal all the
    Golden Eternal Engines - 黄金の永久機関 (074) you want from this mecha
    before you defeat it.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Golden Eternal Engines - 黄金の永久機関 (074)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes


  - Primitive Cube -
  The first section of the Primitive Cube has only two unique monsters to
  encounter. It also allows access to the Primitive Cube Inside.

  Monster 052: Blazing Moth - 火炎蝶 (Flame Butterfly)
    A butterfly with yellow and blue wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (058)
                                Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 279: Mechosaur - 大恐竜 (Great Dinosaur)
    A large red T-Rex cyborg.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Belt of Hermes - ヘルメスのベルト (304)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Primitive Cube Inside -
  This the inside area of Primitive Cube, and leads to the Deepest Level of
  the Primitive Cube.
  WARNING: The last two monsters that are easy to miss appear in this area.
           Do not defeat the all the Wandering Sage (202) parties until you
           allow one to summon both a Cursed Spine Ghost (186) and a
           Sanguine Slasher (199). The Wandering Sage (202) will only summon
           one type of monster at once, so keep defeating the summoned
           monsters until you have defeated one of each type.

  Monster 130: Bowa-Bowa - ボワボワ (Bowabowa)
    A floating imp-like creature. Orange in color.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 135: Immortal Wings - 不死の翼 (Immortal Wing)
    A red snake with blue butterfly-like wings.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 149: Land-Temple Turtle - ノコギリガメ (Saw Turtle)
    A large red turtle with a red and green shell.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Zephyr Chocolate - そよ風のチョコ (019)
                                Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 157: Fanatic Eye - ファナティックアイ (Fanatic Eye)
    A large orange floating cloak that holds a scepter.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Ruby - 巨大なルビー (033)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 178: Spin-Laser Defender - イージス (Aegis)
    A robot with large shield parts for hands. Purple and gray in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (069)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 185: Red Razor Ghost - キラーハート (Killer Heart)
    A very large red ghost.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage Bowa-Bowa (130) parties until you
                                     end up in a battle with both 
                                     Bowa-Bowas (130)
                                     and Lazy Spine Ghosts (182). Once the
                                     battle begins do not defeat any of the
                                     monsters and just defend until one of the
                                     Bowa-Bowas (130) and one of the
                                     Lazy Spine Ghosts (182) combine to form a
                                     Red Razor Ghost (185).
                                     Additional note: The monster party
                                     that you need to engage to encounter this
                                     monster appears both here and in the
                                     Primitive Cube Deep Area.

  Monster 186: Cursed Spine Ghost - グランドハート (Grand Heart)
    A very large dark blue ghost.
    WARNING: This monster will never appear again once all Wandering Sage (202)
    monster parties have been defeated.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Wandering Sage (202) party and
                                     wait for it to summon the
                                     Cursed Spine Ghosts (186). If the
                                     Wandering Sage (202) summons
                                     Sanguine Slashers (199) first then
                                     just defeat them and wait for the
                                     Wandering Sage (202) to summon again.

  Monster 190: Robber Ghost - シャドウフレイム (Shadow Flame)
    A ghost wearing an purple turban. Carries a gray sack.
      Classification: Ghost (ゴースト)
      Items that can be stolen: Cure-All - 万能薬 (028)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 199: Sanguine Slasher - 辻斬り包丁 (Crosscut Knife)
    A red snake wrapped around a floating sword.
    WARNING: This monster will never appear again once all Wandering Sage (202)
    monster parties have been defeated.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Engage a Wandering Sage (202) party and
                                     wait for it to summon the
                                     Sanguine Slashers (199). If the
                                     Wandering Sage (202) summons
                                     Cursed Spine Ghosts (186) first then
                                     just defeat them and wait for the
                                     Wandering Sage (202) to summon again.

  Monster 202: Wandering Sage - ワイズマン (Wiseman)
    An yellow sunburst surrounded by floating books.
    WARNING: This monster will no longer appear once it has been defeated and
    the treasure chest it was guarding is opened. There are several
    Wandering Sage (202) parties inside the Primitive Cube, but once they have
    all been defeated and their chests opened the Cursed Spine Ghosts (186)
    and Sanguine Slashers (199) will no longer appear in the game. So make
    sure to allow the first Wandering Sage (202) you encounter to summon both
    Cursed Spine Ghosts (186) and Sanguine Slashers (199) before you defeat it.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 246: Hot Hot Hydra - フレアスネーク (Flare Snake)
    A large four-headed snake. Dark red in color with a white underbelly.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Sun Necklace - 太陽の首飾り (251)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Primitive Cube Deep Area -
  This is the final maze area of the Primitive Cube, and leads to the Chamber
  of the Cauldron.

  Monster 125: Tornado Raptor - サルゴヴニル (Sarugovniru)
    A very large dark green bird.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: MP Boost Elixir - MPアップカプセル (071)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 139: Red Infantry - 赤二足トカゲ (Red two-legged Lizard)
    A medium sized walking lizard. Red in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (059)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 143: Pink Soldier - フレイムリザード (Flame Lizard)
    A very large walking lizard. Red in color.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 173: Riot Puppet - ライアットパペット (Lariat Puppet)
    A tall robot with a small waist. Gray, blue, and purple in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
                                Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片 (060)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 215: Spike-Arm Sentry - セントラルタワー (Central Tower)
    A very large yellow robot with one hand.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 216: Scowling Dynamo - セントラルドグマ (Central Dogma)
    A very large red robot with one hand.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: MP Boost Elixir - MPアップカプセル (071)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 220: Mad Scarlet Spear - スピアーロボ (Spear Robo)
    A large four-armed gladiator robot. Dark red and blue in color.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (010)
                                MP Boost Elixir - MPアップカプセル (071)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 221: Sneezing Cyclops - ライトワード (Light Word)
    This creature looks like a human head with a third eye.
      Classification: Magical Creature (まほうせいぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Amethyst - 巨大なアメジスト (042)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 222: Mechataclysm - ディザスター (Disaster)
    This robot looks like a human head with a third eye.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Amethyst - 巨大なアメジスト (042)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  Monster 240: Flame Gunner - フレイムガンナービーグル (Flame Gunner Beagle)
    A very large purple robot with four legs and twin head turrets.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (008)
      Appears as Monster Party: Yes

  Monster 254: Pyro Dragon - パイロドラゴン (Pryodragon)
    A large red dragon.
      Classification: Animal (どうぶつ)
      Items that can be stolen: Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight


  - Chamber of the Cauldron -
  This is final area of the game that you can move freely in. It also harbors
  the last monster you need to defeat if you have been following this guide!

  Monster 282: Ultimate Szabo - ザボ最終形態 (Mecha General Szabo - Final Form)
    Szabo is back for one last fight.
    WARNING - STEAL: You must steal Nene's Ring - ネネのリング (215) before
    defeating this mecha or you will not be able to unlock the Item Record
    (Logbook) achievement during your current play through. Use the
    "Steal - Reset - Reload" technique to do so.
      Classification: Mecha (メカ)
      Items that can be stolen: Nene's Ring - ネネのリング (215)
      Appears as Monster Party: No - Boss fight

  And if you have been following this guide then you will unlock this
  achievement when you defeat Ultimate Szabo (282). The game is
  not over at this point, but final bosses do not get registered in the
  Monster Record (Logbook) for some reason.


                                             Completed Item Record - 25 points
                                                      アイテム図鑑コンプリート
                                                   (Complete the Item Logbook)
  This achievement is almost exactly like the Monster Record (Logbook)
  achievement, except that it requires you to collect every item in the game
  once to unlock it. And like the Monster Record (Logbook) achievement there
  are several items that only appear for very limited times during the game.
  Happily only eight items can be missed, but sadly these items are spread
  throughout the game.

  This section of this guide will list all 380 items in numerical order by
  item number. Ten additional items that are available via downloadable
  content are also included, so a total of 390 items are introduced. But do
  not worry, the downloadable content items are not necessary for the
  achievement. (The downloadable content items are all numbered in the 900's.)

  The location of items was checked at a point near the end of the game, so
  with the exception of the eight one-shot items you can use this item list
  to find any of the items you might have missed even if you are at a point
  fairly deep in the game.

  A similar logbook to the Monster Record (Logbook) is available to help you
  keep track of all the items you have obtained at least once:
  - Item Record (Logbook) -
      You can access the Item Logbook at any time by opening the camp
      menu, selecting アイテム, then ずかん, and then アイテムずかん. Once
      the logbook is displayed you can choose to see all items or you
      can just look at a specific item type. There are seven different types
      of items:
      かいふく - Healing
   こうげき - Attack
   ほじょ - Support
      せいちょう - Growth
      じゅもんしょ - Spell Book
      そうじんぐ - Equipment
      だいじなもの - Key Items
      Select the button for the type you wish to view, or just select the
      ぜんぶ button to look at all monsters. Unlike the Monster Record
      (Logbook) each page of the Item Logbook loads almost instantly, so it is
      very convenient to scroll through the pages when looking for a certain
      item.


  - Nothing man -
  The Nothing man is special character in the game in Jibral (Gibral Castle
  Town) that rewards you for failed searches that result in seeing and hearing
  the word "NOTHING". Every time you find "NOTHING" the game keeps track of it
  and if you talk to the Nothing man after amassing set amounts of "NOTHING"s
  he will give you one of the following items:
    - 50:   Leather Belt - 革のベルト (301)
    - 100:  Stomach-Band - はらまき (305)
    - 200:  Acorn Shoes - とんがり靴 (297)
    - 400:  Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (300)
    - 600:  Champion's Belt - チャンピオンベルト (306)
    - 800:  Belt of Hermes - ヘルメスのベルト (304)
    - 1000: Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (296)
    - 1200: Black Belt - 黒帯 (307)
    - 1400: Lei - レイ (290)
    - 1800: Ribbon - リボン (291)
  The "NOTHING" amounts are cumulative, so you just need to find "NOTHING"
  1800 times to receive all the items. However, if you are not a fan of 
  searching, you need to only find 200 "NOTHING"s to get the 
  Acorn Shoes - とんがり靴 (297) as all the other items available from the
  Nothing man can be obtained in other ways. Still, the later items are good,
  so you should keep searching!
  (Note: A Nothing Mecha Robo is present in the Mecha-Robo Cube for your
  convenience. This robot serves the same purpose as the Nothing man.)


  Complete List of Items Part 1: The eight items that can be missed

  Here are the eight items that can be missed. If you are just starting the
  game then you have not yet had a chance to miss any items; however, if you
  are fairly far into the game and you have missed one of these eight items
  then it may be impossible for you to unlock this achievement on your
  current play through.

  Now that the "New Plus" option is available via downloadable content you
  are no longer forced to load an old save if you have missed a unique
  item. Instead you can begin a new game with an old save and take another
  shot at obtaining the any items that you missed. Of course, depending on
  where you are in your current play through you may still have to replay a
  fair amount of the game anyway. Still, using New Plus can be faster than
  starting over, so it is not all bad.
  Disclaimer: Please keep in mind that I have never been able to test
  New Plus with this achievement, so it may not actually work as expected.


  Confirm that you have each of the items that should have become available
  to you based on your current position in the game:

  - 328 - Special Gift Card - 特別サービス券 -
    Two of these are available in the game, but both are in the same place.
    The only way to obtain this item is to talk to the Master or a certain
    Jibral (Gibral) Solider during the great feast that occurs after you
    complete Mechat Shooting Stage 1.
    This feast is the last event on disc one, so if you have reached disc two
    then you must have 328 in your Item Record (Logbook). If you are missing
    this item then you must load a save that is at or before Mechat Shooting
    Stage 1, begin a new game using New Plus, or start over.

  - 281 - Shield Earring - シールドのピアス -
    As soon as disc two begins you will be able to get a lot of items by
    talking to people in Jibral (Gibral Castle Town). The 
    Shield Earring - シールドのピアス (281) is one of these items. Talk to all
    the Jibral Soldiers in Cafe Jibral (Gibral) before you leave
    Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) at the beginning of disc two.
    If you have reached disc two and left Jibral (Gibral) Castle then you must
    have 281 in your item record (logbook). If you have reached disc two and
    left Jibral (Gibral) Castle and do not have this item then you will need
    to load a save that is at the automatic save point that occurs when you
    change to disc two or earlier, begin a new game using New Plus, or start
    over.

  - 327 - Designer Vase - おシャレなつぼ -
    This item will be available to you from the beginning of disc two. To
    obtain it you need to talk to Lokurobeh in the Vase Workshop in Jibral
    (Gibral Castle Town). I now believe this item cannot be obtained once you
    leave the Ancient Factory for the first time. (Per mrBorn on GameFAQs)
    If you have reached disc two and have left Jibral (Gibral) Castle then
    check your item record (logbook). If you are missing 327 then head to the
    Vase Workshop in Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) and talk to Lokurobeh. If he
    does not give you an item the you are too late. You can try various saves,
    but I am not certain when this item goes off the market. I can safely
    state that a save at the beginning of disc two will work. You can also
    begin a new game using New Plus or start over.
    (Note: Failing to get the Designer Vase - おシャレなつぼ (327) not only
    makes this achievement impossible, but two other items will also be lost
    as well.)
    (Note: You can go to see the Lago Village elder once you get this item
    in order to receive 98 more of them. I thought this might be necessary for
    later, but per ejacobson99 and several others on GameFAQs I have confirmed
    that it is not. So do not worry as long as you have at least the one
    Designer Vase - おシャレなつぼ (327).)

  - 170 & 205 - Supermetal Bracelet - 超メタルの腕輪 and 
                                           Supermetal Ring - 超メタルのリング- 
    Both of these items must be purchased from Robot 88号 in the Gate Room in
    Baroy Town. The timing is very tight here, as this robot will only be
    present from the time that you defeat the Blazing Kirin (267) and receive
    the Blue Device - ブルーデバイス (367) to when you exit the Ancient Factory
    and enter the Wire Highlands for the first time. So it is very important
    that you buy both of these items from Robot 88号 as soon as possible.
    If you have reached the Ancient Prison - Deathmoat then you must have both
    170 and 205 in your item record (logbook). If you are missing either item
    then you will need to load a save that is anywhere before you leave the
    Ancient Factory through the exit that leads to the Wire Highlands for the
    first time, begin a new game using New Plus, or start over.

  - 317 - Eyepatch - アイパッチ -
    Thanks to the efforts of d0ck0nt0p at GameFAQs I have learned about the
    ease of missing the lone Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) in the game.
    After researching this item, I have come to the conclusion that it is
    easy to miss due to a bug. (It might be a design issue, but it seems like
    a bug to me.)
    In order to obtain this item you must go to the Great Desert and find the
    Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) in a chest there. Then you need to
    head to the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains and give that item to the
    Traveler - 旅人 that is standing near the save point to receive the
    Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317). Unfortunately, due to the bug if you do not
    talk to the Traveler in the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains at least
    once before you get the Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) AND
    trigger the event that occurs when you get close to the Glass Spires 
    (Tower) in the Great Desert then he will no longer appear in the game and
    both the item and the achievement will be lost during your current play
    through.

    The best advice here is to make sure to talk to everyone as you play the
    game, especially this "Traveler" in the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains
    area. If you talked to the "Traveler" even once in your current
    play through then this item should not be a problem for you to obtain.
    Unfortunately, if you have reached the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains
    and you are not sure if you have talked to the Traveler then please check
    your item record (logbook) and see if you have 317. If you do NOT have
    this item then please look at the entries below and act accordingly based
    on which one best describes your current state/position in the game:
      - If you have reached the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains but have not
        yet visited the Great Desert then you are safe. Before you go any
        further visit the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains once more and talk
        to the Traveler near the save point. Once you have talked to him you
        may continue to the Great Desert, find and open the chest there that
        contains the Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333), return to the
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains, and finally give the manuscript to
        the Traveler there to receive the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317).
        (As long as you have talked to the Traveler once it is ok to trigger
        the event at the Glass Spires (Tower), but to avoid any danger I have
        recommended that you take the manuscript back to the Traveler as
        soon as you get it.)

      - If you have visited the Great Desert but have not yet obtained the
        Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) AND have not triggered the
        event at the Glass Spires (Tower) then you are safe. Please leave the
        Great Desert if you are there without opening any chests or triggering
        the event at the Glass Spires (Tower) and then follow the instructions
        above to safely obtain the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317).

      - If you have visited the Great Desert, obtained the
        Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333), but have NOT yet triggered
        the event at the Glass Spires (Tower) then you are relatively safe.
        Immediately warp to the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains and give the
        manuscript to the Traveler there to receive the
        Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317). 
        Be very careful NOT to trigger the event at the Glass Spires (Tower)
        before you receive the item from the Traveler in this case. This is
        because triggering the event at the Glass Spires (Tower) will make the
        Traveler cease to appear if you have not yet spoken to him once.

      - If you have visited the Great Desert, triggered the event at the
        Glass Spires (Tower), but have NOT obtained the 
        Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) then you are relatively safe.
        Immediately warp to the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains and talk to
        the Traveler near the save point. Only after you talk to him you may
        head to the Great Desert, find and open the chest there that contains
        the Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333), return to the
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains, and finally give the manuscript to
        the Traveler there to receive the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317).
        Be very careful NOT to open any chests in the Great Desert before you
        talk to the Traveler in this case. This is because acquiring the
        Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) will make the Traveler cease
        to appear if you have not yet spoken to him once.

      - If you have visited the Great Desert, triggered the event at the
        Glass Spires (Tower), and obtained the
        Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) then you may not be able to
        obtain the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) during your current play
        through. First you will want to head to the 
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains and look to see if the Traveler is
        there. (He should be fairly near the save point.)
          - If he is there, congratulations, you are safe. (This means you
            have talked to him at least once.) Talk to him and give him the
            Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) to receive the
            Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317).
          - If he is not there then you are a victim of this bug and will not
            be able to obtain the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317) during your
            current play through. You will need to load a save that is at some
            point before you triggered the event at the Glass Spires (Tower)
            or obtained the Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333). (As long
            as one of those two things has NOT been done you will be ok.) If
            you have such a save then be sure to follow the instructions above
            that best describe your current state/position in the game.
            Alternately, you can begin a game using New Plus or start over.

  - 275 - Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス -
    This item can only be stolen from the Phantom Dragon (255). This
    dragon will appear in the Great Desert once you have talked to Bauhm in
    Kelaso Village - Underground, so it is not available until late in disc
    three. You must steal Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス (275) from this dragon
    before you defeat it or the item will be lost forever. The
    "Steal - Reset - Reload" stealing technique must be used, as this dragon
    holds a worthless item in addition to the ring. Also, be sure to use the
    Steal - ぬすむ skill and command instead of the Loot - ぶんどる skill and
    attack command when attempting to steal from this monster.
    If you have defeated the Phantom Dragon (255) then you must have 275 in
    your item record (logbook). If you do not then you must load a save that
    is at a point before you defeated the Phantom Dragon (255), begin a new
    game using New Plus, or start over.

  - 215 - Nene's Ring - ネネのリング -
    Nene's Ring - ネネのリング (215) can only be stolen from
    Ultimate Szabo (282). He will appear in the Chamber of the Cauldron at the
    end of the Primitive Cube area, so he will also not appear until late in
    disc three. You must steal this item from him before you defeat him
    or it will be lost forever. In my experience this is the only item you can
    steal from him; however, if you notice that you steal something else then
    use the "Steal - Reset - Reload" stealing technique until you get the ring.
    If you have defeated Ultimate Szabo (282) then you must have 215 in your
    item record (logbook). If you do not then you must load a save that is at
    a point before you defeated him, begin a new game using New Plus, or
    start over.


  Complete List of Items Part 2: The full list of items

  Here is an example of how each item will appear:

  Item 000: Official English item name - Japanese item name (Translation)
    Purpose of the item
    WARNING: This appears if the item is one of the eight one-shot items
    If the item is a piece of equipment all stats will appear here
      Item Type: English (Japanese)
      If an item can be received the conditions to receive the item will
      appear here
      Found in treasure chests in:
        The locations of chests containing the item and any conditions that
        make the chest appear will be noted here
      Sold in shops for (If an item is sold it will be listed here. Only
                        first shop that the item is available is noted)
      Stolen from: A list of the monsters that this item can be stolen from
                   will appear here

    - Some items may be in additional treasure chests, available via 
      additional events, or able to be stolen from monsters not noted
      in this guide.
    - Unfortunately the game does not display prices for spell books that you
      already own, so I was unable to include any prices for them.
    - Unless an item can only be found by searching objects in the
      environment no search locations will appear in this guide. There are
      just too many! But you should still be searching.

  You can use the "Find" function to quickly search for a specific item
  in this list. Just make sure to search using the following string:
  "Item ###"
  For example, searching for "Item 001" would take you to the first item in
  the list, the Medicine - 薬 (001).

  Item 001: Medicine - 薬 (Medicine)
    Restores about 30 HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Ruins Caverns
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat)
        Lago Village
      Sold in shops for 30G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)
      Stolen from: Hermit Crab Poo (014)
                   Ancient Katydid (043)
                   Ancient Cricket (045)
                   Marumaro (During special fight with him)
                   Grand Silent Ku (284)
                   Grand Heat-Wave Sai (286)
                   Grand Raging Kesu (288)
                   Grand Turbulent Mai (290)

  Item 002: Mega Medicine - 高級な薬 (High Grade Medicine)
    Restores about 100 HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mechat Crash Site
        Vicinity of Mechat Crash Site
        Drill Machine
        Forest of the Dead
      Sold in shops for 100G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))
      Stolen from: Poo Snake (001)
                   Copper Poo Snake (004)
                   Jumbo Poo (011)
                   Ore Hermit (016)
                   Cutlass Fish (026)
                   Smirking Scorpion (064)
                   Purple Skeleton (078)
                   Ancient Beetle (088)
                   Acornivore (104)
                   Razor-Wing Skimmer (109)
                   Shrike Cockatrice (120)
                   Flame Raptor (124)
                   Hawk Eye (191)
                   Steel-Eating Tiger (225)
                   Hydrattler (245)

  Item 003: Ultra Medicine - 超高級な薬 (Super High Grade Medicine)
    Restores about 200 HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F
        Undersea Caverns
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
      Sold in shops for 500G (Pachess (Paches) Town)
      Stolen from: Gaudy Cutlass Fish (028)
                   Broadsword Fish (029)
                   Blue Skeleton (080)
                   Chief Rolling Ripper (093)
                   Fanged Skimmer (108)
                   Cockatrice (122)
                   Visage Viper (133)
                   Orange Grunt (140)
                   Orange Soldier (144)
                   Armor-Shelled Turtle (146)
                   Flying Needle Mole (158)
                   Big House Rat (164)
                   Fireworks Rat (165)
                   Pyre-Rat (166)
                   Thunder Bear (208)
                   Gold-Eating Tiger (226)

  Item 004: Magical Medicine - 魔法の薬 (Magic Medicine)
    Restores about 20 MP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mechat Crash Site
        Lot Wilderness East
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F
      Sold in shops for 250G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 005: Mega Magical Medicine - 高級な魔法薬 (High Grade Magic Medicine)
    Restores about 50 MP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in: 
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F
        Western Lot Wilderness
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest
        Forest of the Dead
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Treasure Storehouse
        Ancient Factory
        Nene's Fortress - 1F
        Sea Cube - 1F
      Sold in shops for 500G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))
      Stolen from: Green Skeleton (077)
                   Red Skeleton (079)
                   Chain-Gang Ghost (235)
                   King Ghost (265)

  Item 006: Ultra Magical Medicine - 超高級な魔法薬
                                             (Super High Grade Magic Medicine)
    Restores about 100 MP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mural Valley West (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Giant Snow Fields
        Northern Lal Mountains
        Sea Cube - Deepest Area
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in shops for 800G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)
      Stolen from: Phantom Pelican (118)
                   Lazy Spine Ghost (182)
                   Jumbo Ghost (183)
                   Assassin Ghost (195)
                   Fire Archer (197)

  Item 007: Light Crystal - 光の結晶 (Light Crystal)
    Restores about 50 HP to all party members.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
       Ancient Ruins Caverns
       Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat)
       Lot Wilderness West
       Drill Machine
       Forest of the Dead
       Gul (Gulu) Mountains
       Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
       Jibral (Gibral) Highlands (Near Exile Forest Entrance)
       Treasure Storehouse
      Sold in shops for 500G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))
      Stolen from: Hover Alarm (055)
                   War Mecha Robo (071)

  Item 008: Grand Light Crystal - 巨大な光の結晶 (Giant Light Crystal)
    Restores about 100 HP to all party members.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mural Valley West (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Treasure Storehouse - Treasure Room
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in shops for 800G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)
      Stolen from: Thief Roball (076)
                   Razor-Wing Skimmer (109)
                   Bowa-bowa (130)
                   Grim Security Mecha Robo (171)
                   Riot Puppet (173)
                   Horned Lazy Bear (207)
                   Security Electrogue (214)
                   Spike-Arm Sentry (215)
                   Black Double Axe (218)
                   Flame Gunner (240)
                   Shadows (During special events on disc 3)

  Item 009: Shadow Crystal - 影の結晶 (Shadow Crystal)
    Restores about 20 MP to all party members.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F
        Lago Village
        Western Lot Wilderness
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Ancient Factory
        Vicinity of Devour (Eat) Village
      Sold in shops for 450G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))
      Stolen from: Double Axe (217)
                   Double Lance (219)
                   Icefire Wolf Ghost (263)
                   Scything Skull-Spider (273)

  Item 010: Grand Shadow Crystal - 巨大な影の結晶 (Giant Shadow Crystal)
    Restores about 80 MP for all party members.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lago Village
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Underground River
        Ancient Factory
        Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
        Mecha Base - 3F
        Sea Cube - 3F
        Western Deserted Island
        Mecha Base High - 1F
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in shops for 1000G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)
      Stolen from: Sharkfly (024)
                   Sonic Sharkfly (025)
                   Bomber Mech Crab (037)
                   Squinting Cyborg (063)
                   War Mecha Robo (071)
                   Clawed Bomber (115)
                   Blue Infantry (138)
                   Grim Security Mecha Robo (171)
                   Spin-Laser Defender (178)
                   Gaudy Ghost (181)
                   Horned-Viper Trident (200)
                   Mad Scarlet Spear(220)
                   Centipede (251)

  Item 011: Phoenix Talon - フェニックスの爪 (Phoenix Talon)
    Revives a fallen party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Ruins Caverns (Defeat all Poo Snakes (001))
        Lot Wilderness East
        Drill Machine
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F
        Nene's Fortress - 1F
        Nene's Fortress - 2F
      Sold in shops for 100G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 012: Phoenix Wing - フェニックスの羽 (Phoenix Plume)
    Revives a fallen party member and restores their MP to max.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Forest of the Dead
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Treasure Storehouse - Basement
        Underground River
        Canyon
        Nene's Fortress - 1F
        Nene's Fortress - 3F
        Great Desert
        Mecha Base - 2F
        Sea Cube - 2F (Appears when nearby Kelolon Defender (152) 
                      parties are defeated)
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Stolen from: Albino Mammoth (238)

  Item 013: Aurora Droplet - オーロラの雫 (Aurora Drop)
    Restores about 200 HP and 200 MP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in Noluta Village automatically when you try to leave through
      the South gate.
      Found in Noluta Village after you visit the Cubic Worlds.
      Received in Mecha Robo Cube by talking to robot 99号.

  Item 014: Forbidden Crystals - 禁断の結晶 (Forbidden Crystal)
    Completely restores the HP and MP of one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Give the monkey in the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains a
      Banana - バナナ (336) to receive random crystals. This will be the first
      one you receive.
      Stolen from: Final Bosses

  Item 015: Fresh Garlic - にんにく (Garlic)
    Restores about 100 HP to one party member and makes them stink.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lot Wilderness East
        Lot Wilderness West
      Sold in shops for 80G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)
      Stolen from: Stone Poo Snake (002)
                   Pungent Poo Snake (008)
                   Green Soldier (142)
                   Fat Rat (162)
                   Lazy Bear (205)

  Item 016: Stout Garlic - スーパーにんにく (Super Garlic)
    Restores about 250 HP to one party member and makes them stink.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in: 
        Lot Wilderness West
        Western Lot Wilderness
      Sold in shops for 300G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))

  Item 017: Sahlia's Cookie - サーリアのクッキー (Sahria's Cookies)
    Restores about 100 HP and 50 MP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Received in Devour (Eat) Village. Sahlia (Sahria) will give you these
      when you first attempt leave the village after defeating Eat-Yeet (271).

  Item 018: Radiant Flour - 光る小麦 (Radiant Wheat (or Flour))
    Restores about 10 HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Received in Baroy Town by talking to robot 56号.
      Received in Mecha Robo Cube by talking to robot 56号.
      Sold in shops for: 150G (Mecha Robo Cube)
      Stolen from: Aqua Roamer (050)
                   Haunting Pelican (119)
                   Mega Beak (123)

  Item 019: Zephyr Chocolate - そよ風のチョコ (Breeze Chocolate)
    Restores about 10 MP to one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Received in Baroy Town by talking to robot 25号.
      Received in Mecha Robo Cube by talking to robot 25号.
      Sold in shops for: 150G (Mecha Robo Cube)
      Stolen from: Land-Temple Turtle (149)
                   Red Defender (176)
                   Stupefying Ghost (184)
                   Yellow Chiroptrident (193)

  Item 020: Antidote - 毒消し (Antidote)
    Cures poison.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mechat Crash Site
        Lot Wilderness East
      Sold in shops for 25G (Drill Machine - Robot 18号)
      Stolen from: Smirking Scorpion (064)
                   Paralyzing Scorpion (065)

  Item 021: Deodorant - におい消し (Odor Remover)
    Removes the "stink" from one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness East
      Sold in shops for 20G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 022: Mobility Balm - しびれ取り (Stun Clear)
    Cures stun.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
      Sold in shops for 20G (Lago Village)

  Item 023: Steadiness Salve - 目まわり止め (Dizzy Clear)
    Cures dizzy.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead
      Sold in shops for 20G (Lago Village)

  Item 024: Princess' Kiss - 姫の口づけ (Princess' Kiss)
    Cures Keroron. (Turns you back to normal if you get turned into a frog.)
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Island of the Dead
        Forest of the Dead
      Sold in shops for 20G (Alumaru Village)

  Item 025: Stone-Be-Gone - 石化とけーる (Petrify Release)
    Cures petrify (stone).
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Sold in shops for 30G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))

  Item 026: Mental Surge - 精神回復波動 (Mental Recovery Wave)
    Cures sleep, panic, and unconsciousness for all party members.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins (Outside)
      Sold in shops for 200G (Alumaru Village)

  Item 027: No-Ghost Device - お化け回復器 (Ghost Recovery Device)
    Cures zombie and/or ghost status of all party members.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Drill Machine
        Forest of the Dead
      Sold in shops for 250G (Alumaru Village)
      Stolen from: Medic Maintenancer (060)
                   Tailgunner Robo-Scorpion (066)
                   Winking Patroller (260)

  Item 028: Cure-All - 万能薬 (Cure All)
    Cures all status aliments of one party member.
      Item Type: Healing (かいふく - 回復)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Undersea Caverns.
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Gate
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Ancient Factory
        Southern Giant Ice Fields
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains
        Great Desert
        Sea Cube - 2F
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Received in Mecha Robo Cube by talking to robot 63号.
      Stolen from: Sonic Sharkfly (025)
                   Blue Skeleton (080)
                   Robber Ghost (190)
                   Poleaxe Ghost (236)

  Item 029: Thorn Grass - トゲトゲの草 (Thorny Grass)
    Does light damage to all monsters in one row.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Ruins Caverns
        Lot Wilderness East
      Stolen from: Ghost Crab (031)
                   Grinning Ghost (233)

  Item 030: Thorn Vines - トゲトゲの蔦 (Thorny Vine)
    Does medium damage to all monsters in one row.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lot Wilderness West
        Forest of the Dead
      Stolen from: Green Grunt (136)

  Item 031: Thorn Branch - トゲトゲの木 (Thorny Branch)
    Does heavy damage to all monsters in one row.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands
        Forest of the Dead
        Mural Valley West
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Road to Gibral

  Item 032: Ruby - ルビー (Ruby)
    Does light fire damage to one monster.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Drill Machine
        Gibral Castle - Basement
      Stolen from: Blazing Jelly (019)
                   Flame Wolf Ghost (039)
                   Misfortune Mural (241)
                   Chaos Mural (244)

  Item 033: Grand Ruby - 巨大なルビー (Giant Ruby)
    Does medium fire damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest
        Forest of the Dead
        Mural Valley West
        Underground River
        Giant Snow Fields
      Stolen from: Fanatic Eye (157)
                   Jeelala (258)

  Item 034: Flawless Ruby - 高純度ルビー (High Purity Ruby)
    Does heavy fire damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Mural Valley West (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Mural Valley East
        Treasure Storehouse - Basement
      Stolen from: Dulcet Katydid (046)
                   Shooter Scorpion (067)
                   Big House Rat (164)

  Item 035: Emerald - エメラルド (Emerald)
    Does light wind damage to one monster.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness East
      Stolen from: Magic Jellyfish (018)

  Item 036: Grand Emerald - 巨大なエメラルド (Giant Emerald)
    Does medium wind damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Forest of the Dead
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Mural Valley East
        Ancient Factory
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Braineater (101)
                   Bloodsucker (102)
                   Skillsucker (103)
                   Soyo-Soyo (131)
                   Rockwind Wolf Ghost (264)
                   Heat-Wave Sai (285)

  Item 037: Flawless Emerald - 高純度エメラルド (High Purity Emerald)
    Does heavy wind damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands area.
        Mural Valley West
        Mural Valley East
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Vicinity of Alumaru Village
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Blue Grunt (137)

  Item 038: Sapphire - サファイア (Sapphire)
    Does light water damage to one monster.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness
        Drill Machine
      Stolen from: Snow Wolf Ghost (040)

  Item 039: Grand Sapphire - 巨大なサファイア (Giant Sapphire)
    Does medium water damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Forest of the Dead
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Gibral Castle 3F - King's Room
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
      Stolen from: Jelly Jolt (021)
                   Aqua Roamer (050)
                   Crystal Giant (230)
                   Raging Kesu (287)

  Item 040: Flawless Sapphire - 高純度サファイア (High Purity Sapphire)
    Does heavy water damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Mural Valley West (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Alumaru Village
        Treasure Storehouse
        Baroy Town (Blue Barrier)
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Flaying Fish (023)
                   Rolling Barb (094)

  Item 041: Amethyst - アメジスト (Amethyst)
    Does light earth damage to one monster.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lot Wilderness West
        Undersea Caverns
      Stolen from: Mist Walker (047)

  Item 042: Grand Amethyst - 巨大なアメジスト (Giant Amethyst)
    Does medium earth damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands
        Wetland
        Talta (Tata) Village Camp
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Ancient Factory
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Sneezing Cyclops (221)
                   Mechataclysm (222)
                   Soaring Globe (224)
                   Turbulent Mai (289)

  Item 043: Flawless Amethyst - 高純度アメジスト (High Purity Amethyst)
    Does heavy earth damage to all monsters.
      Item Type: Attack (こうげき - 攻撃)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Mural Valley West (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Giant Snow Fields
        Northern Lal Mountains
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Standard Defender (086)
                   Red-Mask Robot (177)
                   Stonesaurus (262)

  Item 044: Kelolon Powder - ケロロンの粉 (Keroron Powder)
    Turns a single target into a Keroron (frog).
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lot Wilderness West
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F
        Forest of the Dead
      Stolen from: Machine Gun Crab (036)
                   Hover Patroller (056)
                   Intercept Electrogue (058)
                   Kelolon (150)

  Item 045: Poison Powder - 毒の粉 (Poison Powder)
    Poisons all targets.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lot Wilderness West
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F - Hall
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
      Stolen from: Apocalypse Moth (053)
                   Flying Mecha Robo (069)

  Item 046: Sleep Powder - 眠りの粉 (Sleep Powder)
    Puts all targets to sleep.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness
        Mural Valley East
        Vicinity of Alumaru Village
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Revelation Butterfly(053)
                   Hover Claxon (057)
                   Security Mecha Robo (170)

  Item 047: Kelolon Elixir - ケロロンドリンク (Keroron Drink)
    Increases a target's critical hit rate when used on a Keroron.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Sold in shops for 350G (Alumaru Village)
      Stolen from: Kelolon (150)

  Item 048: Vitality Elixir - バイタルドリンク (Vital Drink)
    The target's HP will gradually increase during battle.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Eastern Lot Wilderness
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F - Outside Head Doctor's Office 
                                                    (Hospital Director's Room)
      Sold in shops for: 300G (Mecha Robo Cube)
      Stolen from: Lazy Gummyfish (020)
                   Souleater (100)
                   Mad Eye (154)
                   Wandering Wrath (198)
                   Horned-Viper Trident (200)

  Item 049: Magic Elixir - マジックドリンク (Magic Drink)
    The target's MP will gradually increase during battle.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Forest of the Dead
        Talta (Tata) Village Camp
        Northern Giant Ice Fields
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Sold in shops for: 500G (Mecha Robo Cube)
      Stolen from: Orange Grunt (140)

  Item 050: The Way of the Thief - 泥棒の手口 (Way of the Thief)
    Allows the target to steal using the "attack" command.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness
        Forest of the Dead
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Canyon
        Northern Giant Ice Fields
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Thief Ghost (187)

  Item 051: Prismatic Crystal - プリズム結晶 (Prism Crystal)
     Halves the user's HP and restores 50 HP to all other party members.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands
        Undersea Caverns
        Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Giant Snow Fields
        Great Desert
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Copper Poo Snake (004)
                   Standard Defender (086)
                   Red-Mask Robot (177)

  Item 052: Repeater Weed - 連続草 (Consecutive Grass)
    Allows the target to attack twice with the "attack" command for two turns.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Wetland
        Forest of the Dead
        Mural Valley East
        Underground River
        Northern Giant Ice Fields
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Fanged Skimmer (108)
                   Fireworks Rat (165)

  Item 053: Power-Swap Dart - いれかえ針 (Exchange Needle)
    Exchanges the target's HP and MP with each other.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Gibral Castle - Basement
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Ancient Factory
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Stolen from: Shooter Scorpion (067)
                   Enforcer Robot (084)
                   Sentinel Mecha Robo Body (211)

  Item 054: Gorgo Elixir - ゴーゴドリンク (Gohgoh Drink)
    Increases the target's HP max during battle.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mural Valley West
        Mural Town (Moire Village)
        Alumaru Village
        Treasure Storehouse
        Southern Lal Mountains

  Item 055: Devee Elixir - デビードリンク (Debi Drink)
    Increases the target's MP max during battle.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands
        Talta (Tata) Village Camp
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Giant Snow Fields

  Item 056: Iridescent Wind - 虹色の風 (Iridescent Wind)
    Erases all magical effects from the target.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands
        Undersea Caverns
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) 1F
        Mural Valley West
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Canyon
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Steel Monkey (168)
                   Gaudy Ghost (181)

  Item 057: Iridescent Cyclone - 虹色の竜巻 (Iridescent Hurricane)
    Cancels the target's charge attack.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Forest of the Dead
        Mural Valley West
        Mural Valley East
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Gaudy Ghost (181)
                   Lazy Spine Ghost (182)
                   Silent Ku (283)

  Item 058: Ancient Fossil - 古代生物のうろこ (Ancient Creature Scale)
   Slightly lessens physical damage dealt to the target.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
        Mural Valley West
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Giant Snow Fields
      Stolen from: Rock Hermit Crab (017)
                   Dulcet Katydid (046)
                   Blazing Moth (052)
                   Ravenous Acornivore (105)
                   Rolling Barb (094)
                   Piper (113)
                   Mega Beak (123)
                   Blue Infantry (138)
                   Glacier Turtle (147)
                   Sea-Temple Turtle (148)
                   Armaneedle (159)
                   Yellow Chiroptrident (193)

  Item 059: Ancient Feather - 古代生物の羽 (Ancient Creature Feather)
    Slightly lessens magical damage dealt to the target.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mural Valley West
        Mural Town (Moire Village)
        Mural Valley East
        Gibral Castle - Basement - Soldiers Waiting Room
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
        Treasure Storehouse - Treasure Room
        Ancient Prison - Deathmoat
        Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
        Southern Lal Mountains
      Stolen from: Platinum Poo Snake (005)
                   Golden Poo Snake (006)
                   Zebra Poo Snake (009)
                   Armored Fish (030)
                   Blood-Sucking Beetle (089)
                   Golden Scarab (091)
                   Masked Skimmer (111)
                   Boreal Raptor (127)
                   Immortal Wings (135)
                   Red Infantry (139)
                   Blue Soldier (145)
                   Land-Temple Turtle (149)
                   Polar Lazy Bear (206)
                   Howling Leopard (228)
                   Gorgon Hydrattler (248)
                   Sandworm (249)
                   Azure Scorpion (250)
                   Spark Dragon (253)
                   Phantom Dragon (255)
                   Blizzard Dragon (256)
                   Amethyst Dragon (257)

  Item 060: Part of Eternal Engine - 永久機関の欠片
                                           (Perpetual Motion Machine Fragment)
    Slightly increases the target's speed.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Vicinity of Talta (Tata) Village
        Mural Town (Moire Village)
        Jibral (Gibral) Highlands
        Treasure Storehouse - Treasure Room
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
        Vicinity of Kelaso Village
        Ancient Ruins Forest
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Stolen from: Sharkfly (024)
                   Blazing Moth (052)
                   Riot Puppet (173)
                   Sentinel Mecha Robo Body (211)
                   Double Lance (219)
                   Land Shark A (276)
                   Land Shark B (277)
                   Szabo (280)
                   Grand Szabo (281)

  Item 061: Broken Eternal Engine - 壊れた永久機関
                                            (Damaged Perpetual Motion Machine)
    Slightly decreases the target's speed.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
         Talta (Tata) Village
         Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
         Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
         Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Shady Room
         Laser Field (Laser Zone)
         Giant Snow Fields
         Primitive Cube - Inside
      Stolen from: Hover Claxon (057)
                   Phantom Pelican (118)
                   Security Mecha Robo (170)

  Item 062: Invisibility Elixir - 透明薬 (Invisibility Potion)
    Makes your party invisible for a short time while in the field.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Western Lot Wilderness
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest
      Stolen from: Shooter Ghost (196)

  Item 063: Mega Invisibility Elixir - 高級な透明薬
                                              (High Grade Invisibility Potion)
    Makes your party invisible for a set time while in the field.
      Item Type: Support (ほじょ - 補助)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Forest of the Dead
        Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
      Stolen from: Gnashing Imp Trap (096)
                   Midnight Ghost (179)
                   Ninja Ghost (189)

  Item 064: Brawler Elixir - 攻撃アップカプセル (Attack Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the attack stat of one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 3F
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 065: War-Mage Elixir - 魔法攻撃アップカプセル (Magic Attack Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the magic attack stat of one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 066: Fortification Elixir - 防御アップカプセル (Defense Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the defense stat of one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Pachess (Paches) Town
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 067: Magical Fortification Elixir - 魔法防御アップカプセル
                                                    (Magic Defense Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the magic defense stat of one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Devour (Eat) Village
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 068: Alacrity Elixir - すばやさアップカプセル (Speed Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the speed stat of one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
       Alumaru Village (Blue barrier)
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 069: Body Builder's Elixir - 筋肉増強剤 (Muscle Enhancer Serum)
    Permanently increases the max HP of one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Bodyguard's Office.
      Stolen from: Armored Fish (030)
                   Robber Clam (098)
                   Skillsucker (103)
                   Glacier Turtle (147)
                   Spin-Laser Defender (178)
                   Fire Archer (197)

  Item 070: HP Up Elixir - HPアップカプセル (HP Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the max HP of one party member by 3.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Received by talking to the boy behind Shu before you engage
      the Land Shark at the beginning of the game.
      Received by giving the waitress at Cafe Jibral (Gibral) a
      Special Gift Card (328).
      Received in Mecha Robo Cube by talking to robot 33号.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)
        Pachess (Paches) Town
        Primitive Cube - Inside
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Security Electrogue (214)
                   Black Double Axe (218)
                   Spellcaster (223)
                   Crystal Giant (230)
                   Chain-Gang Ghost (235)

  Item 071: MP Boost Elixir - MPアップカプセル (MP Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the max MP of one party member by 3.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Received in Baroy Town by talking to robot 33号 three times.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mecha Robo Cube
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Tornado Raptor (125)
                   Scowling Dynamo (216)
                   Mad Scarlet Spear (220)
                   Azure Scorpion (250)

  Item 072: Mega HP Up Elixir - すごいHPアップカプセル (Super HP Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the max HP of one party member by 10.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Received by opening the safe in the Head Doctor's Office
                                                  (Hospital Director's Office)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mecha Robo Cube (Black barrier)
        Primitive Cube - Inside (Black wall barrier)
        Primitive Cube - Chamber of the Cauldron

  Item 073: Mega MP Up Elixir - すごいMPアップカプセル (Super MP Up Capsule)
    Permanently increases the max MP of one party member by 10.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins (Outside)
        Kelaso Village - Underground
        Mecha Robo Cube (Black barrier)
        Primitive Cube - Chamber of the Cauldron

  Item 074: Golden Eternal Engine - 黄金の永久機関
                                             (Golden Perpetual Motion Machine)
    Permanently increases the speed stat of one party member by 3.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Factory (Appears after defeating Gold Mecha Robo (074))
      Stolen from: Gold Mecha Robo (074)

  Item 075: Sword Master Heart - ソードの心 (Sword Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Sword class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 076: Guardian Heart - アーマーの心 (Armor Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Armor class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside (Black wall barrier)
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Golden Poo Snake (006)

  Item 077: Monk Heart - モンクの心 (Monk Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Monk class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Stone Giant (231)
                   Steel Giant (270)

  Item 078: Assassin Heart - アサシンの心 (Assassin Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Assassin class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Ninja Ghost (189)

  Item 079: Black Magic Heart - ブラックの心 (Black Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Black class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Received by opening the safe in the Head Doctor's Office
                                                  (Hospital Director's Office)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Howling Leopard (228)
                   Stonesaurus (262)

  Item 080: White Magic Heart - ホワイトの心 (White Heart)
    Increases the rank of the White class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Received by opening the safe in the Head Doctor's Office
                                                  (Hospital Director's Office)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 081: Barrier Magic Heart - バリアの心 (Barrier Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Barrier class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Baroy Town - Waiting Room (Blue barrier)
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 082: Support Magic Heart - パワーの心 (Power Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Power class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)
      Stolen from: Ice Giant (229)

  Item 083: Generalist Heart - コンビネーションの心 (Combination Heart)
    Increases the rank of the Combination class for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Undersea Caverns
        Baroy Town - House next to Department Store (Blue barrier)
        Primitive Cube - Inside
      Sold in Toripo's shop. (Price increases as you buy.)

  Item 084: All-Heart - すべての心 (All Hearts)
    Increases the rank of all nine classes for one party member by 1.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Received as a prize for a good score in the Moon Laser mini-game.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Chamber of the Cauldron

  Item 085: Golden Poo - 黄金のウンチ (Golden Poop)
    Permanently increases the max HP of one party member by 15.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Ruins Caverns (Appears after defeating King Poo (013))
      Stolen from: King Poo (013)

  Item 086: Lv 1 - Heal - 白Lv1/ヒールの書 (White Lv1 - Heal)
    Restores a small amount of HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Received automatically - resides in Item Record (Logbook) only.

  Item 087: Lv 1 - Cure Poison - 白Lv1/キュアポイの書 (White Lv1 - Cure Poison)
    Cures poison.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Drill Machine - Robot 18号

  Item 088: Lv 1 - Shine - 白Lv1/シャインの書 (White Lv1 - Shine)
    Does holy damage to the target, usually resulting in unconsciousness
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 089: Lv 2 - Cure Kelolon - 白Lv2/キュアケロの書 (White Lv2 - Cure Kero)
    Cures Keroron (Frog).
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 090: Lv 2 - Zephyr - 白Lv2/ゼヒールの書 (White Lv2 - Zeheal)
    Restores a small amount of HP to all party members.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 091: Lv 2 - Regenerate - 白Lv2/ジェネレの書 (White Lv2 - Genere)
    Target's HP will gradually increase during battle.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 092: Lv 3 - Heala - 白Lv3/ヒーラの書 (White Lv3 - Heala)
    Restores a medium amount of HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a drawer in Jiro's house in Talta (Tata) Village
      Sold in shops: Mural Town (Moire Village)

  Item 093: Lv 3 - Revive - 白Lv3/リライヴの書 (White Lv3 - Revive)
    Revives a fallen party member.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 094: Lv 3 - Cancel - 白Lv3/キャンセルの書 (WhiteLv3 - Cancel)
    Cancels the charge of the target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 095: Lv 4 - Cure Paralysis - 白Lv4/キュアパラの書
                                                       (White Lv4 - Cure Para)
    Cures paralyze.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Valley West
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 096: Lv 4 - Zephyra - 白Lv4/ゼヒーラの書 (White Lv4 - Zeheala)
    Restores a medium amount of HP to all party members.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 097: Lv 4 - Shina - 白Lv4/シャイラの書 (White Lv4 - Shira)
    Does holy damage to all targets, often resulting in unconsciousness
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 098: Lv 5 - Healus - 白Lv5/ヒーラスの書 (White Lv5 - Healas)
    Restores a large amount of HP to one party member.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 5F
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 099: Lv 5 - Regenera - 白Lv5/ジェネラの書 (White Lv5 - Genera)
    Target's HP will gradually increase during battle.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 2F
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 100: Lv 5 - Erase - 白Lv5/イレースの書 (White Lv5 - Erase)
    Erases the target's status boosts.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 4F
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 101: Lv 6 - Cure-All - 白Lv6/キュアオールの書 (White Lv6 - Cure All)
    Cures all bad status aliments.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 3F
      Sold in shops: Mecha Robo Cube

  Item 102: Lv 6 - Zephyrus - 白Lv6/ゼヒーラスの書 (White Lv6 - Zehealas)
    Restores a large amount of HP to all party members.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Pachess (Paches) Town (White barrier)

  Item 103: Lv 6 - Previve - 白Lv6/プールの書 (White Lv6 - Pool)
    Automatically brings a fallen party member back to life. (Cast in advance)
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 2F

  Item 104: Lv 1 - Flare - 黒Lv1/フレアの書 (Black Lv1 - Flare)
    Inflicts light fire damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness East
      Sold in shops: Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness

  Item 105: Lv 1 - Wind - 黒Lv1/ウインドの書 (Black Lv1 - Wind)
    Inflicts light wind damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Received automatically - resides in Item Record (Logbook) only.

  Item 106: Lv 1 - Water - 黒Lv1/ウォーターの書 (Black Lv1 - Water)
    Inflicts light water damage on all enemies in the same row.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness

  Item 107: Lv 2 - Ground - 黒Lv2/グランドの書 (Black Lv2 - Ground)
    Inflicts light earth damage on all enemies.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 108: Lv 2 - Extract - 黒Lv2/パーティクルの書 (Black Lv2 - Particle)
    Absorb HP from one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 109: Lv 2 - Shadow - 黒Lv2/シャドウの書 (Black Lv2 - Shadow)
    Inflicts light dark damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 110: Lv 3 - Flara - 黒Lv3/フレアラの書 (Black Lv3 - Flarera)
    Inflicts medium fire damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Undersea Caverns
      Sold in shops: Mural Town (Moire Village)

  Item 111: Lv 3 - Winda - 黒Lv3/ウインダの書 (Black Lv3 - Winda)
    Inflicts medium wind damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Talta (Tata) Village
      Sold in shops: Mural Town (Moire Village)

  Item 112: Lv 3 - Watera - 黒Lv3/ウォータラの書 (Black Lv3 - Watera)
    Inflicts medium water damage on all enemies in the same row.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 113: Lv 4 - Grounda - 黒Lv4/グランダの書 (Black Lv4 - Grounda)
    Inflicts earth damage on all enemies.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 114: Lv 4 - Extracta - 黒Lv4/パーティクラの書 (Black Lv4 - Particla)
    Absorb MP from one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Alumaru Village

  Item 115: Lv 4 - Shadowa - 黒Lv4/シャドラの書 (Black Lv4 - Shadora)
    Inflicts medium dark damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Received by searching the long dead end in the Flying Fortress
      (Giant Mechat) - 1F
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 116: Lv 5 - Flarus - 黒Lv5/フレアラスの書 (Black Lv5 - Flareras)
    Inflicts heavy fire damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 117: Lv 5 - Windus - 黒Lv5/ウインデスの書 (Black Lv5 - Windas)
    Inflicts heavy wind damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains (Green barrier)
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 118: Lv 5 - Waterus - 黒Lv5/ウォータラスの書 (Black Lv5 - Wateras)
    Inflicts heavy water damage on all enemies in the same row.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Basement (Red barrier)
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 119: Lv 6 - Groundus - 黒Lv6/グランデスの書 (Black Lv6 - Groundas)
    Inflicts heavy earth damage on all enemies.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Basement (White barrier)

  Item 120: Lv 6 - Extractus - 黒Lv6/パーティケスの書 (Black Lv6 - Partices)
    Absorb HP and MP from one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 4F
      Sold in shops: Mecha Robo Cube

  Item 121: Lv 6 - Shadowus - 黒Lv6/シャデスの書 (Black Lv6 - Shades)
    Inflicts heavy dark damage on one enemy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sea Cube - Deepest Area

  Item 122: Lv 1 - Slow - 力Lv1/スロウの書 (Power Lv1 - Slow)
    Slows down the target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness

  Item 123: Lv 1 - Sleep - 力Lv1/スリープの書 (Power Lv1 - Sleep)
    Puts all targets to sleep.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 124: Lv 1 - Deflect - 力Lv1/ノンヒットの書 (Power Lv1 - Non Hit)
    Lowers a target's accuracy.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Talta (Tata) Village - Talk to Innkeeper

  Item 125: Lv 2 - Quick - 力Lv2/クイックの書 (Power Lv2 - Quick)
    Increases the speed of the target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 126: Lv 2 - Dizzy - 力Lv2/ロストの書 (Power Lv2 - Lost)
    Inflicts dizzy on a target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
      Sold in shops: Mural Town (Moire Village)

  Item 127: Lv 2 - Poison - 力Lv2/ポイゾンの書 (Power Lv2 - Poison)
    Poisons a target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 128: Lv 3 - Slowa - 力Lv3/スロワの書 (Power Lv3 - Slowa)
    Slows down the target even more than the Slow spell.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 129: Lv 3 - Panic - 力Lv3/コンフューズの書 (Power Lv3 - Confuse)
    Inflicts panic on a target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 130: Lv 3 - Anchor - 力Lv3/ウィークの書 (Power Lv3 - Weak)
    Lowers a target's evasion.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Received by counting the cats for the child in Mural Town
      (Moire Village).
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 131: Lv 4 - Quicka - 力Lv4/クイッカの書 (Power Lv4 - Quicka)
    Increases the speed of the target even more than the Quick spell.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
       Sold in shops: Pachess (Paches) Town

  Item 132: Lv 4 - Kelolon - 力Lv4/ケロロンの書 (Power Lv4 - Keroron)
    Changes the target into a Keroron(frog).
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Talta (Tata) Village Camp
      Sold in shops: Alumaru Village

  Item 133: Lv 4 - Attack Up - 力Lv4/ストレングスの書 (Power Lv4 - Strength)
    Increases the strength of the target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Pachess (Paches) Town

  Item 134: Lv 5 - Slowus - 力Lv5/スロエスの書 (Power Lv5 - Slowes)
    Slows down the target even more than the Slowa spell.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F (White wall barrier)
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 135: Lv 5 - Paralyze - 力Lv5/パラライズの書 (Power Lv5 - Paralyze)
    Paralyzes a target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F (White wall barrier)
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 136: Lv 5 - HP Max Up - 力Lv5/マックスアップの書 (Power Lv5 - Max Up)
    Temporarily increases the max HP of the target.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 5F
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 137: Lv 6 - Quickus - 力Lv6/クイッケスの書 (Power Lv6 - Quickes)
    Increases the speed of the target even more that the Quicka spell.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Pachess (Paches) Town (White barrier)

  Item 138: Lv 6 - Curse - 力Lv6/カースの書 (Power Lv6 - Curse)
    Lowers a target's physical and magical attack power.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)
      Sold in shops: Mecha Robo Cube

  Item 139: Lv 6 - Magic Atk Up - 力Lv6/マジックの書 (Power Lv6 - Magic)
    Increases the target's magical attack power.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 1F

  Item 140: Lv 1 - Shield - 防Lv1/シールドの書 (Barrier Lv1 - Shield)
    Slightly increases the target's physical defensive power.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness

  Item 141: Lv 1 - Shell - 防Lv1/シェルの書 (Barrier Lv1 - Shell)
    Slightly increases the target's magical defensive power.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 142: Lv 1 - Heal Up - 防Lv1/ヒールアンプの書 (Barrier Lv1 - Heal Amp)
    Increases the effectiveness of the target's healing magic.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Talta (Tata) Village - Talk to Innkeeper

  Item 143: Lv 2 - Trapfloor - 防Lv2/フロアの書 (Barrier Lv2 - Floor)
    Places a damage floor trap in one place.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 144: Lv 2 - Resist - 防Lv2/レジストの書 (Barrier Lv2 - Resist)
    Protects the target from poison and sleep for a limited time.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains
      Sold in shops: Mural Town (Moire Village)

  Item 145: Lv 2 - Wall - 防Lv2/ウォールの書 (Barrier Lv2 Wall)
    Completely absorbs one physical attack.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Lago Village

  Item 146: Lv 3 - Shielda - 防Lv3/シールダの書 (Barrier Lv3 - Shielda)
    Increases the target's physical defensive power.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 147: Lv 3 - Shella - 防Lv3/シェラの書 (Barrier Lv3 - Shelra)
    Increases the target's magical defensive power.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 148: Lv 3 - Reflect - 防Lv3/リフレクトの書 (Barrier Lv3 - Reflect)
    Reflects any magic one time.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Received by giving the Shabby Book - ぼろぼろの本 (324) to the mural in
      Mural Town (Moire Village).
      Sold in shops: Jibral (Gibral Castle Town)

  Item 149: Lv 4 - Trapfloora - 防Lv4/フロアラの書 (Barrier Lv4 - Floora)
    Places a damage floor trap across an entire row.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - Level 1
      Sold in shops: Alumaru Village

  Item 150: Lv 4 - Resista - 防Lv4/レジスタの書 (Barrier Lv4 - Resista)
    Protects the target from panic and stun for a limited time.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Alumaru Village

  Item 151: Lv 4 - Walla - 防Lv4/ウォーラの書 (Barrier Lv4 - Wallra)
    Completely absorbs one magical attack.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Sold in shops: Pachess (Paches) Town

  Item 152: Lv 5 - Shieldus - 防Lv5/シールデスの書 (Barrier Lv5 - Shieldes)
    Increases the target's physical defensive power a lot.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Factory
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 153: Lv 5 - Shellus - 防Lv5/シェラスの書 (Barrier Lv5 - Shelras)
    Increases the target's magical defensive power a lot.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F (White wall barrier)
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 154: Lv 5 - Reflecta - 防Lv5/リフレクタの書 (Barrier Lv5 - Reflecta)
    Reflects any magic twice.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Nene's Fortress - 5F
      Sold in shops: Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 155: Lv 6 - Trapfloorus - 防Lv6/フロアラスの書 (Barrier Lv6 - Flooras)
    Places a powerful damage floor trap across one row.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 1F (White wall barrier)

  Item 156: Lv 6 - Resistus - 防Lv6/レジスタスの書 (Barrier Lv6 - Resistas)
    Protects the target from petrify and instant death for a limited time.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in: 
        Nene's Fortress - 2F
      Sold in shops: Mecha Robo Cube

  Item 157: Lv 6 - Wallus - 防Lv6/ウォーラスの書 (Barrier Lv6 - Wallras)
    Completely absorbs one physical attack and one magic attack.
      Item Type: Spell Book (じゅもんしょ - 呪文書)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sea Cube - Deepest Area (Appears when all Kelolon Defender (152)
                                parties have been defeated)

  Item 158: Stone Bracelet - 石の腕輪 (Stone Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +10    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Ruins Caverns
        Mechat Crash Site
      Sold in shops for 100G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 159: Copper Bracelet - 銅の腕輪 (Copper Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +20    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness West
      Sold in shops for 200G (Drill Machine - Robot 18号)

  Item 160: Magic Crystal Bracelet - 魔法結晶の腕輪 (Magic Crystal Bangle)
    Wearer can absorb HP when physically attacking an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +45    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +5
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F Hall

  Item 161: Silver Bracelet - 銀の腕輪 (Silver Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +40    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F
      Sold in shops for 400G (Lago Village)
      Stolen from: Flamboyant Dinoram (261)

  Item 162: Fire Bracelet - 炎の腕輪 (Flame Bangle)
    Adds fire element to all physical attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき) +55    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +10
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lago Village (Locked until you talk to the village elder after curing
                     the villagers)

  Item 163: Water Bracelet - 水の腕輪 (Water Bangle)
    Adds water element to all physical attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき) +55    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +10
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Valley West (Appears after nearby Mural is defeated)

  Item 164: Wind Bracelet - 風の腕輪 (Wind Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Adds wind element to all physical attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき) +60    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains

  Item 165: Earth Bracelet - 土の腕輪 (Earth Bangle)
    Adds earth element to all physical attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき) +60    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +10    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead

  Item 166: Ordeal Bracelet - 試練の腕輪 (Trial Bangle)
    Physical attacks have a set chance of poisoning an enemy. 
    Attack  (こうげき) +70    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +5
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands

  Item 167: Mithril Bracelet - ミスリルの腕輪 (Minthril Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +60    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +15    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 600G (Mural Town (Moire Village))
      Stolen from: Gorgo Beastfolk Warrior (259)

  Item 168: Jibral Bracelet - ジブラルの腕輪 (Gibral Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +85    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --   MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically when Zola joins your party.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
      Sold in shops for 1000G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Accessory Shop)

  Item 169: Grand Tribes' Bracelet - 巨人の腕輪 (Giant's Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +100   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +80    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Treasure Storehouse - Treasure Room

  Item 170: Supermetal Bracelet - 超メタルの腕輪 (Super Metal Bangle)
  WARNING: You must buy this item before you exit the Ancient Factory and
  enter the Wire Highlands for the first time or you will not be able to
  unlock this achievement during your current play through.
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +95    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 1800G (Baroy Town - Gate Room - Robot 88号)

  Item 171: Ancient Warrior's  Bracelet - 古代戦士の腕輪
                                                    (Ancient Warrior's Bangle)
    Physical attacks have a set chance of petrifying an enemy. 
    Attack  (こうげき) +120   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +10    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness (Blue barrier)
        Ancient Factory

  Item 172: Platinum Bracelet - プラチナの腕輪 (Platinum Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +115   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 2500G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)

  Item 173: Mirror Bracelet - 鏡の腕輪 (Mirror Bangle)
    Physical attacks have a set chance of instantly killing an enemy. 
    Attack  (こうげき) +145   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +30
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to the Knitting Sheep in the
      Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains, then talking to the Knitting Sheep in
      the Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness, returning to the
      Sheep Tribe Camp -  Lal Mountains and talking to that Knitting Sheep
      again, then talking to the Knitting Sheep in the
      Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest, and finally returning to the
      Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains and talking to the Knitting Sheep there
      one last time. This can sound like a lot of work, but just teleport
      between the various camps to finish it quickly.

  Item 174: Crystal Bracelet - クリスタルの腕輪 (Crystal Bangle)
    No additional bonuses. 
    Attack  (こうげき) +150   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +5
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Wire Highlands - Ancient Factory Entrance (Red barrier)
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)

  Item 175: Diamond Bracelet - ダイヤの腕輪 (Diamond Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +140   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 5000G (Devour (Eat) Village)

  Item 176: Ancient King's Bracelet - 古代王の腕輪 (Ancient King's Bangle)
    Wearer will recover about 10 MP when they use magic to attack an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +155   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 2F
      Stolen from: Spark Dragon (253)

  Item 177: Gravitic Bracelet - 重力制御の腕輪 (Gravity Control Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +170   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +30   MP +20
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 4F

  Item 178: Eternal Engine Bracelet - 永久機関の腕輪
                                             (Perpetual Motion Machine Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +165   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 8000G (Mecha Robo Cube)
      Stolen from: Jumbo Mecha Robo (275) - Unconfirmed

  Item 179: Himiko's Bracelet - ヒミコの腕輪 (Himiko's Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +180   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +30
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +40
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area

  Item 180: Nene's Bracelet - ネネの腕輪 (Nene's Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +175   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +35
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +80    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area

  Item 181: Eternity Bracelet - 永遠の腕輪 (Eternal Bangle)
    Wearer recovers about 30 MP when they use a physical attack.
    Attack  (こうげき) +190   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +10
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +15    HP  --    MP +50
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 3F (Black barrier)

  Item 182: Infinity Bracelet - 無限の腕輪 (Unlimited Bangle)
    Wearer recovers about 30 HP when they use a physical attack.
    Attack  (こうげき) +195   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +15
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +10    HP +10    MP +10
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 3F

  Item 183: Renew Bracelet - 命の腕輪 (Life Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +200   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +45
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +25    HP +100   MP +10
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sea Cube - 3F (Black wall barrier)

  Item 184: Life-Crusher Bracelet - 生物破壊の腕輪 (Creature Destroyer Bangle)
    Has a chance of instantly killing any Animal-type enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +150   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 2F

  Item 185: Ghost-Crusher Bracelet - ゴースト破壊の腕輪
                                                      (Ghost Destroyer Bangle)
    Has a chance of instantly killing any Ghost-type enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +165   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in: 
        Kelaso Village - Underground

  Item 186: Magic Life-Crusher Bracelet - 魔法生物破壊の腕輪
                                           (Magical Creature Destroyer Bangle)
    Has a chance of instantly killing any Magical Creature-type enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +175   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Visage Viper (133)

  Item 187: Tech-Crusher Bracelet - 機械破壊の腕輪 (Machine Destroyer Bangle)
    Has a chance of instantly killing any Mecha-type enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +175   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sea Cube - 2F

  Item 188: Dragon Bracelet - ドラゴンの腕輪 (Dragon Bangle)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +250   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +100
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +100   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +100
    Speed   (すばやさ) +80    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to Bauhm in Kelaso Village - Underground after
      obtaining all five dragon fangs.

  Item 189: Ultimate Weapon Bracelet - 最終兵器の腕輪
                                               (Bangle of the Ultimate Weapon)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +200   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +50
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +50
    Speed   (すばやさ) +45    HP  --    MP +200
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to the Research Director in the Mechat Lab in the
      basement of Jibral (Gibral) Castle after acquiring
      Mystery Part Alpha - 謎の部品アルファ (360),
      Mystery Part Beta - 謎の部品ベータ (361), and
      Mystery Part Gamma - 謎の部品ガンマ (362).

  Item 190: Poo Bracelet - ウンチの腕輪 (Poop Bangle)
    Instantly kills all Poop Snakes except for King Poop Kun(013).
    Attack  (こうげき) +1     Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +1
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +1     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +1
    Speed   (すばやさ) +1     HP +1     MP +1
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Gate (Blue barrier)

  Item 191: Prismatic Wind Bracelet - 虹色の腕輪 (Iridescent Bangle)
    Adds the effect of "Erase" during physical attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき) +165   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside

  Item 192: Prismatic Cyclone Bracelet - 虹竜巻の腕輪
                                                 (Iridescent Hurricane Bangle)
    Adds the effect of "Cancel" during physical attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき) +165   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in: 
        Mecha Base - 4F

  Item 193: Stone Ring - 石のリング (Stone Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +25
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Vicinity of Mechat Crash Site
        Lot Wilderness East
      Sold in shops for 80G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 194: Cooper Ring - 銅のリング (Copper Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +30
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 220G (Drill Machine - Robot 18号)

  Item 195: Magic Crystal Ring - 魔法結晶のリング (Magic Crystal Ring)
    Wearer can absorb HP when physically attacking an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +60
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - Head Doctor's Office
                                                    (Hospital Director's Room)

  Item 196: Silver Ring - 銀のリング (Silver Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +45
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F
      Sold in shops for 450G (Lago Village)

  Item 197: Fire Ring - 炎のリング (Flame Ring)
    Wearer's fire magic is enhanced.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +45
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +10
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by dancing in front of all six altars in Lago Village and then
      dancing in front of the altar in the Communal Building. Can only be 
      done only after curing the villagers.

  Item 198: Water Ring - 水のリング (Water Ring)
    Wearer's water magic is enhanced.
    Attack  (こうげき) +10    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +45
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead

  Item 199: Wind Ring - 風のリング (Wind Ring)
    Wearer's wind magic is enhanced.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +45
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Highlands

  Item 200: Earth Ring - 土のリング (Earth Ring)
    Wearer's earth magic is enhanced.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +45
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +10    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead

  Item 201: Ordeal Ring - 試練のリング (Trial Ring)
    Physical attacks have a set chance of poisoning an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +60
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +5
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lago Village (Locked until you talk to the village elder after curing
                     the villagers)
        Talta (Tata) Village

  Item 202: Mithril Ring - ミスリルのリング (Minthril Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +50
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +20
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 750G (Mural Town (Moire Village))

  Item 203: Jibral Ring - ジブラルのリング (Gibral Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +75
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically when Zola joins your party.
      Sold in shops for 1000G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Accessory Shop)

  Item 204: Grand Tribes' Ring - 巨人のリング (Giant's Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +100
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +80    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Shady Room
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)

  Item 205: Supermetal Ring - 超メタルのリング (Super Metal Ring)
  WARNING: You must buy this item before you exit the Ancient Factory and
  enter the Wire Highlands for the first time or you will not be able to
  unlock this achievement during your current play through.
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +95
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 1400G (Baroy Town - Gate Room - Robot 88号)

  Item 206: Ancient Warrior's Ring - 古代戦士のリング (Ancient Warrior's Ring)
    Physical attacks have a set chance of petrifying an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +145
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Prison - Deathmoat

  Item 207: Platinum Ring - プラチナのリング (Platinum Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +120
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 2600G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)

  Item 208: Mirror Ring - 鏡のリング (Mirror Ring)
    Physical attacks have a set chance of instantly killing an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +140
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +30
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Pachess (Paches) Town - Underground

  Item 209: Crystal Ring - クリスタルのリング (Crystal Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +5     Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +150
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Factory (Red barrier)
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)

  Item 210: Diamond Ring - ダイヤのリング (Diamond Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +135
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 5200G (Noluta Village)

  Item 211: Ancient King's Ring - 古代王のリング (Ancient King's Ring)
    Wearer will recover about 10 MP when they use magic to attack an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +165
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Amethyst Dragon (257)

  Item 212: Gravitic Ring - 重力制御のリング (Gravity Control Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +170
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +30    MP +20
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Town (Moire Village) (White barrier)

  Item 213: Eternal Engine Ring - 永久機関のリング
                                               (Perpetual Motion Machine Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +160
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 7900G (Kelaso Village - Underground)

  Item 214: Himiko's Ring - ヒミコのリング (Himiko's Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +30    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +185
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +80    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area

  Item 215: Nene's Ring - ネネのリング (Nene's Ring)
  WARNING: You must steal this item from Ultimate Szabo (282) before you
  defeat him or you will not be able to unlock this achievement during your
  current play through.
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +20    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +175
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +40
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Stolen from: Ultimate Szabo (282)

  Item 216: Eternity Ring - 永遠のリング (Eternal Ring)
    Wearer will recover about 30 MP when they use magic to attack an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +20    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +190
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +15    HP +30    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 2F

  Item 217: Infinity Ring - 無限のリング (Unlimited Ring)
    Wearer will recover about 30 HP when they use magic to attack an enemy.
    Attack  (こうげき) +10    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +200
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +20    HP  --    MP +50
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sea Cube - Deepest Area (Appears when nearby Kelolon Defender (152)
                                parties have been defeated)

  Item 218: Renew Ring - 命のリング (Life Ring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき) +45    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +195
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +25    HP +50    MP +100
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 5F

  Item 219: Shu's Ring - シュウのリング (Shuu's Ring)
    Only Kluke can wear this ring, and the stats are not pre-determined.
    Attack  (こうげき)  ??   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  ??
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  ??   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  ??
    Speed   (すばやさ)  ??   HP  ??    MP  ??
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received in ring synthesis game.

  Item 220: Jiro's Ring - ジーロのリング (Jiro's Ring)
    Only Kluke can wear this ring, and the stats are not pre-determined.
    Attack  (こうげき)  ??   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  ??
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  ??   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  ??
    Speed   (すばやさ)  ??   HP  ??    MP  ??
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received in ring synthesis game.

  Item 221: Royal's Ring - 王家のリング (Ring of the Royal Family)
    Only Zola can wear this ring.
    Attack  (こうげき) +10    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +145
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +15    MP +100
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically during an event between the King and Zola at the
      beginning of disc two.

  Item 222: Diamond-Encrusted Ring - ダイヤだらけのリング
                                                      (Diamond Encrusted Ring)
    Gold is earned when attacking. (You must finish the battle though.)
    (Warning: This is the only item in the original game with negative stats.)
    Attack  (こうげき) -100   Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +140
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) -20    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Treasure Storehouse - Treasure Room

  Item 223: Stone Necklace - 石の首飾り (Stone Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +10    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat)
      Sold in shops for 150G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 224: Copper Necklace - 銅の首飾り (Copper Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +20    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Wetland
      Sold in shops for 300G (Drill Machine - Robot 18号)

  Item 225: Magic Crystal Necklace - 魔法結晶の首飾り (Magic Crystal Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +45    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F

  Item 226: Silver Necklace - 銀の首飾り (Silver Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +40    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F
      Sold in shops for  600G (Lago Village)

  Item 227: Fire Necklace - 炎の首飾り (Flame Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to fire.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +60    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +10
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Vicinity of Talta (Tata) Village

  Item 228: Water Necklace - 水の首飾り (Water Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to water.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +60    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +15
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Undersea Caverns

  Item 229: Wind Necklace - 風の首飾り (Wind Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to wind.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +55    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Valley West (Appears after nearby Mural is defeated)

  Item 230: Earth Necklace - 土の首飾り (Earth Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to earth.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +55    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +10    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead

  Item 231: Ordeal Necklace - 試練の首飾り (Trial Necklace)
    Protects the wearer from being poisoned.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +70    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains

  Item 232: Mithril Necklace - ミスリルの首飾り (Minthril Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +60    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +20    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 800G (Mural Town (Moire Village))

  Item 233: Jibral Necklace - ジブラルの首飾り (Gibral Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +85    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically when Zola joins your party
      Sold in shops for 1400G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))

  Item 234: Grand Tribes' Necklace - 巨人の首飾り (Giant's Necklace)
    Wearer will recover about 10 HP when defending.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +100   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from Surusuru after you emerge from Jeelala's Mansion.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Shady Room

  Item 235: Supermetal Necklace - 超メタルの首飾り (Super Metal Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +95    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
      Sold in shops for 1500G (Baroy Town - Department Store)

  Item 236: Ancient Warrior's Necklace - 古代戦士の首飾り
                                                  (Ancient Warrior's Necklace)
    Protects the wearer from being petrified.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +120   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Drill Machine (Blue barrier)
        Underground River
        Ancient Factory

  Item 237: Platinum Necklace - プラチナの首飾り (Platinum Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +115   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 2700G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)

  Item 238: Mirror Necklace - 鏡の首飾り (Mirror Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to dark and reflects all magic.
    (Warning: Healing magic is also reflected.)
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +135   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)

  Item 239: Crystal Necklace - クリスタルの首飾り (Crystal Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +150   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from Toripo when you give him the Aurora Droplet (013) as you 
      leave Noluta Village for the first time.

  Item 240: Diamond Necklace - ダイヤの首飾り (Diamond Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +140   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 5500G (Devour (Eat) Village)

  Item 241: Ancient King's Necklace - 古代王の首飾り (Ancient King's Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +175   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +15
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 2F

  Item 242: Gravitic Necklace - 重力制御の首飾り (Gravity Control Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +180   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +30    MP +20
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Ruins Forest

  Item 243: Eternal Engine Necklace - 永久機関の首飾り
                                           (Perpetual Motion Machine Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +170   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Kelaso Village - Underground (Black wall barrier)
      Sold in shops for 7900G (Kelaso Village - Underground)

  Item 244: Himiko's Necklace - ヒミコの首飾り (Himiko's Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to holy and protects against panic.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +180   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +30
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside (Black wall barrier)

  Item 245: Nene's Necklace - ネネの首飾り (Nene's Necklace)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to holy and protects against petrify.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +185   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +20
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Deep Area

  Item 246: Eternity Necklace - 永遠の首飾り (Eternal Necklace)
    Gradually increases the wearer's MP and protects against poison.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +190   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +10    HP +30    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 2F

  Item 247: Infinity Necklace - 無限の首飾り (Unlimited Necklace)
    Gradually increases the wearer's HP and protects against sleep.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +195   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +25    HP  --    MP +50
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 4F

  Item 248: Renew Necklace - 命の首飾り (Life Necklace)
    Protects the wearer from all status aliments. Also will resurrect the
    wearer one time per battle with full HP and MP.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +205   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +45
    Speed   (すばやさ) +40    HP +50    MP +100
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 5F

  Item 249: Kelolon Necklace - ケロロンの首飾り (Keroron Necklace)
    Turns the wearer into a Keroron during battles.
    Attack  (こうげき) +30    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +170   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +50    HP +100   MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in: 
        Great Desert
        Kelaso Village - Underground
        Ancient Ruins Forest
        Southern Deserted Island
        Primitive Cube (Outside)

  Item 250: Ancient Sorcerer's Necklace - 古代魔術師の首飾り
                                                 (Ancient Sorcerer's Necklace)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +115   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Underground River

  Item 251: Sun Necklace - 太陽の首飾り (Sun Necklace)
    Wearer will guard any party member that is in a pinch.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +180   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +20    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Southwestern Deserted Island
      Stolen from: Hot Hot Hydra (246)

  Item 252: Final War Necklace - 最終戦争の首飾り
                                              (Necklace of the Final Conflict)
    Increases wearer's resistance to all elements.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +215   Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +40
    Speed   (すばやさ) +45    HP +200   MP +20
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to the Research Director in the Mechat Lab in the
      basement of Jibral (Gibral) Castle after acquiring
      Mystery Part Un - 謎の部品アン (363),
      Mystery Part Deux - 謎の部品ドゥ (364), and
      Mystery Part Trois - 謎の部品トロゥ (365).

  Item 253: Stone Earring - 石のピアス (Stone Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +20
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness East
      Sold in shops for 60G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Wilderness)

  Item 254: Copper Earring - 銅のピアス (Copper Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +35
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness West
      Sold in shops for 120G (Drill Machine - Robot 18号)

  Item 255: Magic Crystal Earring - 魔法結晶のピアス (Magic Crystal Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +60
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Western Lot Wilderness

  Item 256: Silver Earring - 銀のピアス (Silver Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +50
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 320G (Lago Village)

  Item 257: Fire Earring - 炎のピアス (Flame Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to fire.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +70
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +10
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Valley West

  Item 258: Water Earring - 水のピアス (Water Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to water.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +10    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +70
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to Meg in Cafe (Jibral) Gibral at the beginning of
      disc two.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Undersea Caverns

  Item 259: Wind Earring - 風のピアス (Wind Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance wind.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +70
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead

  Item 260: Earth Earring - 土のピアス (Earth Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to earth.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +70
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +10    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains

  Item 261: Ordeal Earring - 試練のピアス (Trial Earring)
    Protects the wearer from being poisoned.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +75
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from innkeeper in Talta (Tata) Village when you talk to him.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lago Village (Locked until you talk to the village elder after curing
                     the villagers)

  Item 262: Mithril Earring - ミスリルのピアス (Minthril Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +60
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +25
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 410G (Mural Town (Moire Village))

  Item 263: Jibral Earring - ジブラルのピアス (Gibral Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +85
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically when Zola joins your party.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Valley East (Appears when nearby Mural is defeated)
      Sold in shops for 650G (Jibral (Gibral Castle Town))

  Item 264: Grand Tribes' Earring - 巨人のピアス (Giant's Earring)
    Wearer will recover about 10 MP when defending.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +100
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Shady Room
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)

  Item 265: Supermetal Earring - 超メタルのピアス (Super Metal Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +95
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat) - 2F
      Sold in shops for 1200G (Baroy Town - Department Store)

  Item 266: Ancient Warrior's Earring - 古代戦士のピアス
                                                   (Ancient Warrior's Earring)
    Protects the wearer from being petrified.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +120
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F (Blue wall barrier)
        Ancient Factory

  Item 267: Platinum Earring - プラチナのピアス (Platinum Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +115
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 2000G  (Pachess (Paches) Town)

  Item 268: Mirror Earring - 鏡のピアス (Mirror Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to dark and reflects all magic.
    (Warning: Healing magic is also reflected.)
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +135
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Alumaru Village (Green barrier)

  Item 269: Crystal Earring - クリスタルのピアス (Crystal Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +150
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest)

  Item 270: Diamond Earring - ダイヤのピアス (Diamond Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +140
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 4400G (Noluta Village)

  Item 271: Ancient King's Earring - 古代王のピアス (Ancient King's Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +15    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +165
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 3F

  Item 272: Gravitic Earring - 重力制御のピアス (Gravity Control Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to earth.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +170
    Speed   (すばやさ) +10    HP +15    MP +25
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base - 3F

  Item 273: Eternal Engine Earring - 永久機関のピアス
                                            (Perpetual Motion Machine Earring)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +160
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Sold in shops for 8000G (Mecha Robo Cube)

  Item 274: Himiko's Earring - ヒミコのピアス (Himiko's Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to holy and protects against petrify.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +180
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Primitive Cube - Inside (Black wall barrier)

  Item 275: Nene's Earring - ネネのピアス (Nene's Earring)
  WARNING: You must steal this item from the Phantom Dragon (255) before you
  defeat it or you will not be able to unlock this achievement during your
  current play through. Use the Steal - ぬすむ skill and command to steal, as
  physical attacks will heal this dragon.
    Increases the wearer's resistance to holy and protects against panic.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +10    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +185
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Stolen from: Phantom Dragon (255)

  Item 276: Eternity Earring - 永遠のピアス (Eternal Earring)
    Protects the wearer from being put to sleep.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +190
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +30    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mural Town (Moire Village) (Black barrier)

  Item 277: Infinity Earring - 無限のピアス (Unlimited Earring)
    Protects the wearer from being poisoned.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +195
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +50
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sea Cube - Deepest Area

  Item 278: Renew Earring - 命のピアス (Life Earring)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to all elements and protects them
    from all bad status aliments.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +20    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +200
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +50    MP +100
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Factory (Black wall barrier)

  Item 279: Death Earring - 死のピアス (Death Earring)
    Protects the wearer from being instantly killed.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +75
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Forest of the Dead (Appears after nearby Ancient Moths (051) have
                           been defeated)

  Item 280: Shell Earring - シェルのピアス (Shell Earring)
    Has the same effect as the spell "Shell" on the wearer. 
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +90
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Basement - Mechat Lab (Blue barrier)

  Item 281: Shield Earring - シールドのピアス (Shield Earring)
  WARNING: You must talk to the Jibral (Gibral) Soldiers in
  Cafe Jibral (Gibral) before you leave Jibral (Gibral) for the first time
  once you reach disc two to receive this item. Otherwise you will not be able
  to unlock this achievement during your current play through.
    Has the same effect as the spell "Shield" on the wearer.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +95
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to a Jibral (Gibral) Soldier in
      Cafe Jibral (Gibral) at the beginning of disc two. (You must do this
      before you leave Jibral (Gibral).)

  Item 282: Kluke's Collar - クルックの首輪 (Kluke's collar)
    No additional bonuses. This is an event item that cannot be removed.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically when you first enter Nene's Fortress.

  Item 283: Shu's Collar - シュウの首輪 (Shuu's collar)
    No additional bonuses. This is an event item that cannot be removed.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically at the end of disc two.

  Item 284: Jiro's Collar - ジーロの首輪 (Jiro's collar)
    No additional bonuses. This is an event item that cannot be removed.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically at the end of disc two.

  Item 285: Marumaro's Collar - マルマロの首輪 (Marumaro's collar)
    No additional bonuses. This is an event item that cannot be removed.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received automatically at the end of disc two.

  Item 286: Dog Collar - 愛犬の首輪 (Dog collar)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to earth. Also makes the wearer stink.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +15    MP +15
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in: 
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Inn 1F
        Laser Field (Laser Zone)

  Item 287: Bow Tie - 蝶ネクタイ (Bow Tie)
    Protects the wearer against panic.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +10
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from Jiro's Father in Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) at the
      beginning of disc two.
      Received in Mecha Robo Cube by talking to robot 68号.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Wire Highlands - Ancient Factory Entrance
        Vicinity of Kelaso Village

  Item 288: Scarf - マフラー (Muffler)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to water.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Alumaru Village
      Sold in shops for 6000G (Noluta Village)

  Item 289: Kerchief - スカーフ (Scarf)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to wind.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +100
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Wire Highlands - Ancient Factory Entrance

  Item 290: Lei - レイ (Lei)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to all elements. Also gives the wearer
    50% bonus experience. 
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 1400 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 3F
      Stolen from: Moody Dragon (252)

  Item 291 Ribbon - リボン (Ribbon)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to all elements and protects them
    from all bad status aliments.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +50    MP +75
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 1800 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest) (Black barrier)
      Stolen from: Blizzard Dragon (256)
                   Ghost Yeet (272)

  Item 292: Stone Shoes - 石の靴 (Stone Shoes)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to earth and protects against petrify.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +30    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Underground River
        Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest) (Green barrier)
      Sold in shops for:  3500G (Noluta Village)
      Stolen from: Ghost Yeet (272)

  Item 293: Magic Shoes - 魔法の靴 (Magic Shoes)
    Protects the wearer from dizzy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Inn 2F
        Baroy Town
      Stolen from: Azure Abyssal Dragon (268)
                   Gold Scything Skull-Spider (274)

  Item 294: Cross Trainers - トレーニングシューズ (Training Shoes)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +15    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Lot Wilderness East (Blue barrier)
        Wire Highlands - Ancient Factory Entrance (Green barrier)

  Item 295: Flip-Flops - ゴムぞうり (Rubber Sandals)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to water.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +5
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Undersea Caverns (Blue barrier)

  Item 296: Shoes of Hermes - ヘルメスの靴 (Hermes Shoes)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to wind. Also ensures that the wearer
    will always attack first in battle.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 1000 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Factory (Black wall barrier)
        Mecha Base - 3F (Black barrier)

  Item 297: Acorn Shoes - とんがり靴 (Pointed Shoes)
    Makes the wearer automatically move to the back row when their HP drops
    to a certain level.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 200 "NOTHING"s.

  Item 298: Shadowstep Shoes - 影踏みの靴 (Shadow Stepping Shoes)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to all elements.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +15    HP  --    MP +5
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Ruins Forest

  Item 299: Shoes of the Ancients - 古代人の靴 (Ancient's Shoes)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to dark and protects against instant
    death.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +10    HP  --    MP +15
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Underground River (Red barrier)

  Item 300: Ballet Shoes - バレーシューズ (Ballet Shoes)
    Protects the wearer against all bad status aliments.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 400 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Ancient Factory (White barrier)
        Mecha Base - 1F (Black barrier)
      Stolen from: Pyro Dragon (254)
                   Gold Scything Skull-Spider (274)

  Item 301: Leather Belt - 革のベルト (Leather Belt)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +45    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 50 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Jibral (Gibral Castle Town) - Inn 2F
        Ancient Factory
      Sold in shops for: 4500G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains)

  Item 302: Chain - チェーン (Chain)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to holy.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +55    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Gul (Gulu) Mountains (Red wall barrier)

  Item 303: Kimono Sash - 腰紐 (Koshihimo)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +15
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains
      Sold in shops for: 4500G (Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains)

  Item 304: Belt of Hermes - ヘルメスのベルト (Hermes Belt)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to wind.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +60    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 800 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Prison - Deathmoat (White barrier)
      Stolen from: Mechosaur (279)

  Item 305: Stomach-Band - はらまき (Haramaki)
    Gold is earned when attacking. (You must finish the battle though.)
    Protects the wearer against being put to sleep.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +75    MP +5
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 1200 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Treasure Storehouse

  Item 306: Champion's Belt - チャンピオンベルト (Champion Belt)
    No additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +10    HP +75    MP +75
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 100 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Prison - Deathmoat (White barrier)

  Item 307: Black Belt - 黒帯 (Black Belt)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to all elements and doubles SP received.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received from the Nothing man when you have 1200 "NOTHING"s.
      Found in treasure chests in:
        Mural Town (Moire Village) (Red barrier)
        Ancient Ruins Forest
      Stolen from: Corrosive Poo (012)
                   Eat-Yeet (271)

  Item 308: Shell Badge - シェルバッジ (Shell Badge)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to dark, and has the same effect as the
    spell "Shell" on the wearer.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP +50
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Jibral (Gibral) Castle - Basement - Lounge (Red barrier)

  Item 309: Shield Badge - シールドバッチ (Shield Badge)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to dark, and has the same effect as the
    spell "Shield" on the wearer.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +50    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Mecha Base High - 3F

  Item 310: Gem of Jibral - ジブラルの宝玉 (Gibral Treasure Orb)
    Increases the wearer's resistance to earth and protects against petrify.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +20
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +30    MP +30
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by talking to Guruguru under the bell in Alumaru Village.

  Item 311: Bellybutton Ring of Fire - 炎のへそピアス (Flame Bellybutton Ring)
    Allows the wearer to absorb HP from all fire attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Ancient Ruins Caverns (Blue barrier)
      Stolen from: Blazing Kirin (267)

  Item 312: Bellybutton Ring of Water - 水のへそピアス (Water Bellybutton Ring)
    Allows the wearer to absorb HP from all water attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Lot Wilderness West (Green barrier)
      Stolen from: Azure Abyssal Dragon (268)

  Item 313: Bellybutton Ring of Wind - 風のへそピアス (Wind Bellybutton Ring)
    Allows the wearer to absorb HP from all wind attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Underground River
      Stolen from: Land Shark C (278)

  Item 314: Bellybutton Ring of Earth - 土のへそピアス (Earth Bellybutton Ring)
    Allows the wearer to absorb HP from all earth attacks.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Found in a treasure chest in:
        Treasure Storehouse - Basement
      Stolen from: Azure Sentinel (269)

  Item 315: Crown of the King Ghost - 王様ゴーストの冠
                                                   (Crown of the King's Ghost)
    Doubles the amount of gold the party receives.
    Attack  (こうげき) +5     Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +5
    Defense (ぼうぎょ) +5     Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ) +5
    Speed   (すばやさ) +5     HP +45    MP +45
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by placing the 
      Epistle of the King Ghost - 王様ゴーストの書簡 (332) into the grade
      up box behind the Green wall barrier in the Forest of the Dead.

  Item 316: Devee Idol - デビーの神像 (Statue of Debi God)
    Ensures that the party will never be Surprise Attacked.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP +150    MP  --
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by giving the Lago Village elder the 
      First-Aid Urn - 救急つぼ (331) after you get full access to the Mechat.

  Item 317: Eyepatch - アイパッチ (Eye Patch)
    WARNING: You must talk to the Traveler - 旅人 in the Sheep Tribe
    Camp - Lal Mountains at least once before you trigger the event at the
    Glass Spires (Tower) and obtain the Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333)
    to ensure that you will be able to acquire this item.
    Protects the wearer from being stunned and doubles SP received.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +35    HP  --    MP +50
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Received by giving the Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (333) to the
      Traveler - 旅人 in the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains. Due to a bug
      the Traveler can cease to appear, so please see the note on this item
      in the "Complete List of Items Part 1" near the beginning of the section
      on this achievement.

  Item 318: Creature Compendium - 古代事典 (Ancient Dictionary)
    This item allows you to access the Encyclopedia (logbook) and will display
    information on an enemy's weaknesses when used in battle. (Use as a
    Support item.)
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat).

  Item 319: Light Sphere - 光の球 (Spheres of Light)
    Three spheres of light which allow the party members to use magic.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat).

  Item 320: Warp Key - ワープクリップ (Warp Clip)
    Set these in warp devices (monuments) to activate them. 23 total.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received in the Drill Machine after defeating the
      Winking Patroller (260).

  Item 321: Glowing Liquid - 光る液体 (Glowing Liquid)
    A container of medicine.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the Ancient Hospital Ruins - Urn Room.

  Item 322: Spirit of Elder Tree - 老木の魂 (Old Tree's Spirit)
    The spirit of the old tree found in the Forest of the Dead.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Forest of the Dead.

  Item 323: Gabo Leaf - ガボの葉 (Gabo Leaf)
    An item necessary to cure the illness in Lago Village.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received after defeating the King Ghost (265).

  Item 324: Shabby Book - ぼろぼろの本 (Tattered Book)
    An old tattered book.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in Mural Valley East.

  Item 325: Fushira's Letter - フーシラの手紙 (Fuushira's Letter)
    A letter to Shu from Fushira.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in Fushira's Workshop - Destroyed Talta (Tata) Village.

  Item 326: Ancient Phonograph - 古代の蓄音機 (Ancient Phonograph)
    A device that plays an ancient melody.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in Kluke's house in Destroyed Talta (Tata)
      Village.

  Item 327: Designer Vase - おシャレなつぼ (Stylish Vase)
  WARNING: You must talk to Lokurobeh early on disc two (possibly before
  leaving the Ancient Factory) to receive this item or you will not be able to
  unlock this achievement during your current play through.
    A nice vase.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by talking to Lokurobeh in the Vase Workshop in Jibral (Gibral
      Castle Town) early on disc two. After you receive this item you can talk
      to the Lago Village elder to receive 98 more
      Designer Vases - おシャレなつぼ (327).

  Item 328: Special Gift Card - 特別サービス券 (Special Service Ticket)
  WARNING: You must receive this item during the feast at the end of disc one
  by talking to the Master or the correct Jibral (Gibral) Soldier or you will
  not be able to unlock this achievement.
    A special service ticket that can be redeemed at Cafe Jibral (Gibral).
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by talking to either the Master or a certain Jibral (Gibral)
      soldier during the feast in Jibral (Gibral) Castle at the end of disc 1.
      This is just after you complete the mini-game Mechat Shooting Stage 1.

  Item 329: Heaving Herb - うねり病の薬草 (Medical Herb for Swell Sickness)
    A medicinal herb used to cure the swell sickness.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received several times by talking to a certain Sheep in the
      Sheep Tribe Camp - Forest.

  Item 330: Cookie Recipe - クッキングレシピ (Cooking Recipe)
    A recipe to make Sahlia's (Sahria's) special cookies.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by talking to Sahlia (Sahria) after trying to leave
      Devour (Eat) Village once Eat-Yeet (271) has been defeated.

  Item 331: First-Aid Urn - 救急つぼ (Emergency Vase)
    A vase designed to store items in care of an emergency.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by giving Lokurobeh the Designer Vase - おシャレなつぼ (327)
      while on disc three.

  Item 332: Epistle of the King Ghost - 王様ゴーストの書簡
                                                  (Letter of the King's Ghost)
    A letter left behind by the King's Ghost.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest protected by a red barrier in the Exile
      Forest Caverns.

  Item 333: Autographed Manuscript - 直筆原稿 (Handwritten Manuscript)
    A lost work about a certain famous adventurer.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Great Desert. Give this to the
      Traveler - 旅人 in the Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains to receive the
      Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317).

  Item 334: Autograph Paper - サイン色紙 (Signature paperboard)
    A magnificent piece of paperboard.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest that appears after defeating King Poo (013).

  Item 335: Toripo's Autograph - トリッポの色紙 (Torippo's paperboard)
    A paperboard signed by Toripo.
    Note: This item can be viewed by selecting it in the Item Record (Logbook).
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by talking to Toripo after you get the 
      Autograph Paper - サイン色紙 (334).

  Item 336: Banana - バナナ (Banana)
    Monkeys love this item.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Sold in shops for: 877G (Mecha Robo Cube)
      Stolen from: Zombie Monkey (167)
                   Steel Monkey (168)
                   Skeleton Monkey (169)

  Item 337: ??? - めずらしい花 (Uncommon Flower)
    ???
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found during the ending. Cannot be missed.

  Item 338: Head Doctor's Office Key - 院長室のカギ
                                             (Key to Hospital Director's Room)
    Used to open the door to the Head Doctor's Office (Hospital Director's
    Room).
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Ancient Hospital Ruins - 2F.

  Item 339: Safe Key - 金庫のカギ (Safe Key)
    Used to open the safe on the Head Doctor's (Hospital Director's) desk.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found by searching the bookcase in the Head Doctor's Office (Hospital
      Director's Room).

  Item 340: Treasure Chest Key - 宝箱のカギ (Treasure Chest Key)
    Used to open the locked treasure chests in the Ancient Hospital Ruins.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Ancient Hospital Ruins - 3F.

  Item 341: Fish-Shaped Key - 魚型のカギ (Fish-shaped Key)
    Used to open the locked treasure chest in the Undersea Caverns.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Undersea Caverns.

  Item 342: Hexagonal Crystal - 六角水晶 (Hexagonal Crystal)
    Used to raise the water level in the Undersea Caverns.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Undersea Caverns.

  Item 343: Elevator Key - エレベータキー (Elevator Key)
    Used to access the elevator in the Flying Fortress (Giant Mechat).
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Flying Fortress
      (Giant Mechat) - Level 1.

  Item 344: Dungeon Key - 牢屋のカギ (Prison Cell Key)
    Used to open the cells in the Ancient Prison Deathmoat.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by defeating an Security Mecha Robo (170) in the
      Ancient Prison - Deathmoat.

  Item 345: Flower Shard - 言霊のかけら・花 (Spirit Piece - Flower)
    Used to lower the first thorn gate in the Devour Forest 
    (Flesh Eating Forest).
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest).

  Item 346: Sacred Tree Shard - 言霊のかけら・神木 (Spirit Piece - Sakaki Tree)
    Used to lower the second thorn gate in the Devour Forest 
   (Flesh Eating Forest).
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in Devour Forest (Flesh Eating Forest).

  Item 347: Key to Layer One - 1層のカギ (1F Key)
    Used to open the locked doors in the Sea Cube - 1F.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Sea Cube - 1F.
      (Appears when all nearby Kelolon Defender (152) parties have been
      defeated)

  Item 348: Key to Layer Two - 2層のカギ (2F Key)
    Used to open the locked doors in the Sea Cube - 2F.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Sea Cube - 2F.
      (Appears when all nearby Kelolon Defender (152) parties have been
      defeated)

  Item 349: Key to Layer Three - 3層のカギ (3F Key)
    Used to open the locked doors on 3F of the Sea Cube.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Sea Cube - 3F.
      (Appears when all nearby Kelolon Defender (152) parties have been
      defeated)

  Item 350: Deep Sea Key - 深海のカギ (Deep Sea Key)
    Used to open the locked doors in the Deepest Area of the Sea Cube.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest on the Deepest Area of the Sea Cube.
      (Appears when all nearby Kelolon Defender (152) parties have been
      defeated)

  Item 351: Fireplace Key - 暖炉のカギ (Fireplace Key)
    Used to open the fireplace grate in the cabin in Kelaso Village.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by talking to villagers in the cabin in Kelaso Village.

  Item 352: Ancient Emblem - Moon - 古代の封印『月』 (Ancient Seal "Moon")
    Used to open the Moon door in the Primitive Cube.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest the Primitive Cube - Inside.

  Item 353: Ancient Emblem - Sun - 古代の封印『太陽』 (Ancient Seal "Sun")
    Used to open the Sun door in the Primitive Cube.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest the Primitive Cube - Inside.

  Item 354: Ancient Emblem - Void - 古代の封印『無』
                                                  (Ancient Seal "Nothingness")
    Used to open the Nothingness door in the Primitive Cube.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest the Primitive Cube - Inside.

  Item 355: Moody Dragon's Fang - レッサードラゴンの牙 (Lesser Dragon Fang)
    A dragon fang. Collect all five and...
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears after you defeat the
      Moody Dragon (252) in the Underground River.

  Item 356: Phantom Dragon's Fang - ファントムドラゴンの牙
                                                         (Phantom Dragon Fang)
    A dragon fang. Collect all five and...
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears after you defeat the
      Phantom Dragon (255) in the Great Desert.

  Item 357: Spark Dragon's Fang - スパークドラゴンの牙 (Spark Dragon Fang)
    A dragon fang. Collect all five and...
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears after you defeat the
      Spark Dragon (253) in the Gul (Gulu) Mountains.

  Item 358: Blizzard Dragon's Fang - ブリザードドラゴンの牙
                                                        (Blizzard Dragon Fang)
    A dragon fang. Collect all five and...
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears after you defeat the
      Blizzard Dragon (256) in the Vicinity of Kelaso Village area.

  Item 359: Amethyst Dragon's Fang - アメジストドラゴンの牙
                                                        (Amethyst Dragon Fang)
    A dragon fang. Collect all five and...
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears after you defeat the
      Amethyst Dragon (257) in the Coastal Road area.

  Item 360: Mystery Part Alpha - 謎の部品アルファ (Mysterious Part Alpha)
    A mysterious item enveloped in a wondrous light.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in Mural Town (Moire Village). Cannot be missed.

  Item 361: Mystery Part Beta - 謎の部品ベータ (Mysterious Part Beta)
    A mysterious item enveloped in a wondrous light.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears when all of the 
      Double Lances (219) are defeated on the large circular platform in the
      Ancient Factory. These monster parties will appear to be statues, but
      one of them will activate when you approach. So walk up to each of them
      until you activate one, defeat it, and repeat until the chest appears.

  Item 362: Mystery Part Gamma - 謎の部品ガンマ (Mysterious Part Gamma)
    A mysterious item enveloped in a wondrous light.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in Mecha Base High - 1F.

  Item 363: Mystery Part Un - 謎の部品アン (Mysterious Part An)
    A mysterious item enveloped in a wondrous light.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Treasure Storehouse - Basement. Fall
      through the hole closest to the room where you fought Jeelala (258) in
      the Treasure Storehouse to access this chest.

  Item 364: Mystery Part Deux - 謎の部品ドゥ (Mysterious Part Du)
    A mysterious item enveloped in a wondrous light.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Sea Cube - Deepest Area.

  Item 365: Mystery Part Trois - 謎の部品トロゥ (Mysterious Part Tru)
    A mysterious item enveloped in a wondrous light.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest on the Western Deserted Island.

  Item 366: Broken Barrier Device - 壊れたバリア装置 (Damaged Barrier Device)
    A non-functional barrier device.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by defeating the Defense Mecha Robo (174) at the top of the
      ramp in the Ancient Factory.
      
  Item 367: Blue Device - ブルーデバイス (Blue Device)
    This device allows you to release all blue barriers.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by defeating the Blazing Kirin (267) in the Temple Basement in
      Baroy Town.

  Item 368: Red Device - レッドデバイス (Red Device)
    This device allows you to release all red barriers.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Technically this is the Broken Barrier Device - 壊れたバリア装置 (366),
      but you do not "realize" this until an event occurs when you first leave
      the Ancient Factory.

  Item 369: Green Device - グリーンデバイス (Green Device)
    This device allows you to release all green barriers.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by defeating Scything Skull-Spider (273) in the Underground
      Storehouse. However, you give it away and do not get it back until you
      approach the large stone pillar in Giant Ice Fields near
      Pachess (Paches) Town.

  Item 370: White Device - ホワイトデバイス (White Device)
    This device allows you to release all white barriers.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by defeating the Azure Sentinel (269) in Noluta Village.

  Item 371: Black Device - ブラックデバイス (Black Device)
    This device allows you to release all black barriers.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Sea Cube - Deepest Area. This chest
      appears once the Azure Abyssal Dragon (268) has been defeated.

  Item 372: Lock-On Upgrade Part A - ロックアップパーツA (Lock Up Parts A)
    Mechat upgrade parts that double the total number of targets you can
    lock on to at the same time. Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Received by defeating the Stonesaurus (262) in the Aurora Ruins.

  Item 373: Lock-On Upgrade Part B - ロックアップパーツB (Lock Up Parts B)
    Mechat upgrade parts that double the total number of targets you can
    lock on to at the same time. Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest protected by a black barrier in the Exile
      Forest Caverns.

  Item 374: Missile Upgrade Part A - ミサイルアップパーツA (Missile Up Parts A)
    Mechat upgrade parts that double the total number of missiles you can
    carry at once. Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Mecha Base - 4F.

  Item 375: Missile Upgrade Part B - ミサイルアップパーツB (Missile Up Parts B)
    Mechat upgrade parts that double the total number of missiles you can
    carry at once. Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest protected by a black barrier in the
      Sheep Tribe Camp - Lal Mountains.

  Item 376: Coating Part A - コーテシングパーツA (Coating Parts A)
    Mechat upgrade parts that increase the defensive power of the Mechat.
    Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Mecha Base High - 4F.

  Item 377: Coating Part B - コーティングパーツB (Coating Parts B)
    Mechat upgrade parts that increase the defensive power of the Mechat.
    Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in Kelaso Village - Basement. (Behind a black
      wall barrier)

  Item 378: Laser Barrier Parts - レーザーバリアパーツ (Laser Barrier Parts)
    Mechat upgrade parts that add a barrier to the Mechat. This barrier can
    block up to 5 ring laser attacks. Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest in the Sea Cube - Deepest Area.

  Item 379: Heatsink Parts - ヒートクーラーパーツ (Heat Cooler Parts)
    Mechat upgrade parts that make it so that the machine gun will no longer
    overheat. Must be installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in a treasure chest on the Eastern Deserted Island.
      (Ghost Yeet (272) is protecting this chest.)

  Item 380: Weapon Parts - オフェンシブパーツ (Offensive Parts)
    Mechat upgrade parts that increase the power of the machine gun. Must be
    installed at the Mechat Dock.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Found in the treasure chest that appears after you defeat the
      Land Shark C (278)in the Ancient Ruins Forest.

  -- Note: The following ten items are only available
           via downloadable content and should not affect the achievement. --

  Item 900: メカット強化パーツ (Mechat Upgrade Parts)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download the New Years Present
    downloadable content from Marketplace.
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 900: Worthless Junk - ガラクタ (Junk)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you downloaded the New Years
    Present downloadable content from Marketplace and then deleted it. This
    item will not affect this achievement.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 901: スーパーハードチップ (Super Hard Chip)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download the Super Hard Chip
    downloadable content from Marketplace. This content is required for the
    Japanese version of Blue Dragon to access the harder game modes and the
    "New Plus" mode, which is similar to the "New Game+" mode in Crono
    Trigger.
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 901: Worthless Junk - ガラクタ (Junk)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you downloaded the Super Hard Chip
    downloadable content from Marketplace and then deleted it.
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 905: 怪盗の手口 (Way of the Phantom Thief)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download "The Six Treasures"
    downloadable content from Marketplace. It works like the normal
    The Way of the Thief - 泥棒の手口 (050), but is said to guarantee that you
    will be able to steal rare items from any monster you choose to steal from
    once you use this item.
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Support (ほしょ - 補助)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 910: 気まぐれな心 (Whimsical Heart)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download "The Six Treasures"
    downloadable content from Marketplace. This item can increase the rank of
    several shadow classes by one, two, three, or four. The effect is
    completely random.
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Growth (せいちょう - 成長)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 918: ナッシングメガネ (Nothing Spectacles)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download "The Six Treasures"
    downloadable content from Marketplace. If you equip this accessory then
    green ★ marks will appear on any object that will result in "NOTHING"
    if you search it. Very useful if you are trying to get all the items
    from the Nothing Man.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ)  --    HP  --    MP  --
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 919: 春風のスカーフ (Spring Breeze Scarf)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download "The Six Treasures"
    downloadable content from Marketplace. This accessory increases HP and
    speed by 20%, but has no additional bonuses.
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき)  --
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) +20%   HP +20%   MP  --
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 920: シャッフルのカブト (Shuffle Helmet)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download "The Six Treasures"
    downloadable content from Marketplace. This accessory is the second with
    a negative stat. It has no listed bonuses, but odds are there is something
    "secret" about it...
    Attack  (こうげき)  --    Magical Attack  (まほうこうげき) +40
    Defense (ぼうぎょ)  --    Magical Defense (まほうぼうぎょ)  --
    Speed   (すばやさ) -40    HP  --    MP  --
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Equipment (そうしんぐ - 装身具)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.

  Item 926: デビーの蓄音機 (Debi Phonograph)
    This item will appear in the logbook if you download "The Six Treasures"
    downloadable content from Marketplace. It is just like the
    Ancient Phonograph - 古代の蓄音機 (326), except this one plays the
    Devee Dance theme.
    Although I cannot confirm it I do not believe that this item will
    affect this achievement in a negative way.
      Item Type: Key Item (だいじなもの - 大事な物)
      Available via Downloadable Content only.


  Before the addition of the "New Plus" most people would end up unlocking
  this achievement once they collected the ??? - めずらしい花 (337)
  (Uncommon Flower) during the ending. Now that "New Plus" has been added it
  is possible for nearly any item to be the last one a player needs to unlock
  the achievement. So regardless of how you do it, once you have all 380 of
  the standard items in your Item Record (Logbook) the achievement should
  unlock.



K. Frequently Asked Questions - Closing

  Time for a few questions and answers concerning this guide.

    Q1 - Will you write a walkthrough for Blue Dragon?
  
    A1 - No, sorry, I have no plans to write a walkthrough at this time.
         Honestly this guide itself probably should have just been a
         walkthrough, as it got far too long to just be an achievements
         guide.


    Q2 - What was the purpose of this guide if it was not meant to be a
         walkthrough?

    A2 - Generally, I wrote this to help players of this game avoid missing
         the achievements. The guide is mostly aimed at players that can
         understand enough Japanese to play the game. This is not to exclude
         players that do not understand Japanese, it is just that I
         suggest these players wait for a localized version of the game so
         that they do not miss out on the story.
         Also, the guide took forever to write and I just want to get back
         to normal life. Time to get back outside again : )


    Q3 - You must really love achievements?

    A3 - Nope, I actually think that the achievement system is one of the
         worst parts of the Xbox360. It is a good idea, but very poorly
         implemented.


    Q4 - Why did you bother with unlocking all the achievements if you
         dislike them so much?

    A4 - Well, for me doing everything in a game is something I like to do,
         so in a game like this I just didn't have a choice. (Achievements are
         really just unlockables in the end...)


    Q5 - I noticed a problem with something in the guide, can I tell you
         about it?

    A5 - Sure, now that version 2.00 is complete I am feeling really good
         about this guide for the first time ever. However, that does not mean
         that it is perfect and cannot be further improved. If you see a
         problem please let me know. Please use the one of the methods
         provided in the contact information. I am mostly only interested in
         reports of errors and any information on some of the time sensitive
         parts of the game. Please see the "Notes" for a list of issues that I
         would like to learn more about.


    Q6 - This guide was very helpful to me, is there anything I can do to
         repay you?

    A6 - I am glad to have been of assistance. The best way to thank me is
         to just keep playing games. Buy another Xbox360 game, a PS3, or a
         PS3 game - and enjoy it!


    Q7 - Why would you suggest a PS3, this is guide for an Xbox360 game?

    A7 - PS3 is region free, and that is something that all import gamers
         should embrace! (Now that Blue Dragon is out in rest of the world I
         still recommend a PS3. That way you have your Xbox360 for Blue Dragon
         and your PS3 for Metal Gear Solid 4!)


    Q8 - Seriously though, is there a way I can pay you or something for this
         guide? It helped me a lot.

    A8 - Again, I am extremely happy to hear that this guide has helped, but
         the only people that should make money off GameFAQs are the people
         that run it.


    Q9 - But I have lots of money, I can spare it!

    A9 - In that case please open either a LaRosa's pizzeria, an Auntie Anne's
         pretzel shop, or a Charley's Grilled sandwiches somewhere near
         Redmond, WA. I will be eternally grateful : )


   Q10 - How much of this guide is really done by you?

   A10 - For the most part I only borrowed information on the items and
         monsters from the Japanese site I mentioned in the credits. This
         information was invaluable to this guide. The strategies for leveling
         and ranking up were also taken from that site.
         Pretty much everything else, including the stealing techniques
         and mini-game strategies were my own design.
         Now that English versions exist I have added some techniques and
         information from lots of people. Generally contributors are noted
         with the information that they provided, but please see the credits
         for more information.


   Q11 - Why are the English translations you provided different from
         what I saw on other sites/the English version of the game?

   A11 - For the most part a lot of the English translations should be
         universally the same. However, a lot of things are open to
         interpretation. If I felt that my interpretation was correct then I
         when with it. Sometimes this was based on how the enemy acted, such
         as with the Switchrog. The Japanese was Suitsurrogu, which meant
         nothing to me. But I thought about how this might be a combination
         of "switch" and "frog", both of which occur in Japanese as loanwords,
         because this enemy is similar to a frog and it can switch into a
         different enemy. So that is where that one came from.
         And if I had no clue at all for something then it just got written
         out in romanized Japanese. 
         Regardless, whether my interpretations are right or wrong they
         shouldn't affect anyone's ability to use this guide.
         (Please see the notes section below if you would like to know more.)


   Q12 - Why are the downloadable content items listed as items 900 and 901?

   A12 - While I am not certain of the reason, I suspect it has something to
         do with the Item Logbook achievement. I am guessing that the game
         checks to see if you have items 1 - 380 every time you collect an
         item for the first time, so they used 900 and 901 to keep those
         items out of the count.


  About the author:

    - The author of this guide is a former employee of the Japanese government
      and a generally silly person. He enjoys fresh grated provolone on
      pizzas, long walks in the rain, and Japanese games.
      He would love to see society become more like the one shown in
      Starship Troopers, where everyone just gets along and works toward
      common goals. Remember, service guarantees citizenship!


  Contact Information:

    - One way to contact me is with a post on the GameFAQs boards.
      I am loc182 there, but I do not visit as much as I used to.

    - The email address loc369 at excite.com also works. I always reply to
      messages about the content of the guide; however, some ISPs might block
      the message as Excite mail is Internet mail and spammers do use it.


  Due to the nature of achievements it is rather difficult to properly test
  all the theories I have on what works and what does not. I can safely say
  that the information in this guide works, but I must admit that there are
  probably some holes. Please help me to fill these "holes" by contacting me
  if you have any information regarding the following questions.
  I will happily add you to the credits if the information is solid : )

  - At what point does Stylish Vase stop being available in the Vase Workshop?

  - What is the least amount of time you can have left when you reach the
    boss on the fifth floor of Nene's Fortress and still unlock the
    associated achievement?

  - Has anyone experienced any issues with achievements after downloading the
    New Years Present, Super Hard Chip, or The Six Treasures content from 
    Marketplace? (Other than the issue with Mechat Shooting Stages.)

  - Any really good items that can be stolen that are not noted?


  Translation Notes
    To be honest, the translation of this guide was about 10 minutes of the
    many hours it took to compose it. What that means is that it was not
    localized, just quickly translated : ) There were a lot of silly mistakes
    in the translation (which should be fixed), and these errors stand as a
    testament to how quickly I came up with the translations. However, in
    order to clear up any potential questions here are some notes as to how I
    arrived at some of the interpretations used in this guide:
    - Moon Laser: In Japanese what I translated as "turbo" mode is actually
      closer to "berserk" or "runaway" mode. "Turbo" just felt like a better
      description of what really happens.
    - Switchrog: Here is a case where I took a guess based on what the
      monster does and what the Japanese might mean.
    - Acid Bird: I came to this conclusion after reading the description of
      this monster.
    - Poop Snake: Well, this is literal. But I would almost bet that this
      and all the other similar snakes will become "Coil Snakes" for the US
      release of the game. You might wonder why they would make snakes of
      poop in a game. Well, this is because in Japan almost everything
      unpleasant is made cute. Poop is no exception, and the tight coils
      have appeared in other games as well.
      Update - Poop became Poo for the English version. I was quite pleased to
      hear this.
    - Golden Mecha Robo: The Japanese actually says "Gold Mecha Robo". But
      everything else in the game including the item you get from this enemy
      used the word "golden". So I changed it to "Golden Mecha Robo". Perhaps
      I took too much liberty here :P
    - Bangle: I went with bangle instead of bracelet because one of my
      dictionaries mentioned that a bangle is a bracelet with no clasp. From
      looking at the pictures in game I saw no clasps, so bangle it was!
      Update - I was quite sad to see that the translators chose bracelet for
      the English version. I still consider it a poor choice.
    - Fast Attack: Originally I had gone with "First Attack", but I changed
      it because the Japanese spelling of "first" is not what is used in game.
      "First" is most assuredly the best word to use in this case, but I
      believe the developers when with "fast" for other reasons.
    - Chaotic Mai: Another guess. I have seen 波乱 before, but I had no idea
      of the meaning. It was not even in my Japanese-Japanese dictionary. So
      I thought of 波 as wave and 乱 as disrupt. Then I thought of ripples in
      water, which are just little waves. I thought of how if these little
      waves were disturbed or disrupted in some way that things would be
      rather "chaotic".
      Update: Turbulent and Chaotic are not that different, so I am happy my
      guess was not that far off : )
    - Fickle Heart: I believe that most people think of this item as the
      "Whimsical Heart", but I just had to go with "Fickle" when I considered
      the way the item works. But after some thought and the consultation of
      an English-English dictionary I changed all the instances of "Fickle"
      to "Whimsical".
    - Mistakes: While adding the official English translations to this
      guide I discovered a few silly mistakes that I cannot believe I made.
      Again, I was rushing with the translations, but these were pretty bad : (
      - Fanatic Eye - ファナティックアイ: Originally I entered "Fighting
        Eye for this monster. This was a case of quickly glancing at the word
        and not reading it, as fighting can look like this: ファイティング.
      - Moody Dragon - レッサードラゴン: This time a quick glance and
        the appearance of the monster resulted in "Leather Dragon". Leather
        can be レサー in Japanese, which is somewhat similar, but a mistake
        I should not have made. "Lesser" is what it should have been.
      - Steel Giant - 鋼巨人: Once again I think that I was affected by the
        appearance of the monster, or maybe I was just tired :P
        For some reason I entered "Copper Giant". In Japanese, 
        鋼 is steel and 銅 is copper. Those two are not even close!


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  Disclaimer:

    While I have taken ever measure to ensure that all the information in this
    guide is correct I cannot take any responsibility for any damage, lost
    progress, or other such misfortunate events that may be caused by it.


  Revision History:

    02/11/2007 - First submission to GameFAQs.
    02/19/2007 - Version 1.5 submitted. Fixed many the grammar issues, added
                 a glossary and techniques section, and information on the
                 "New Plus" option. I also tried to clean up some issues with
                 inconsistent wording and such. I am still very unhappy with
                 the format, so more updates may follow.
    03/24/2007 - Version 1.6 submitted. Fixed more grammar issues and added
                 information on "The Six Treasures".
    07/20/2007 - Version 1.65 submitted. The only update was to the method
                 for encountering the Killer Heart monster. Thanks to
                 Mr Qoo from the GameFAQs boards for bringing this issue to
                 my attention!
    09/19/2007 - Version 1.99 beta submitted. With the help of Raimaro from
                 the GameFAQs boards I updated this guide with all the English
                 names of monsters, items, towns, and so on. I also fixed some
                 horrible grammar issues that I cannot believe went unnoticed
                 for so long : ( Also, thanks to NaughtyVicar for pointing out
                 a forgotten barrier.
    09/24/2007 - Version 2.00 submitted. English integration is complete!
                 Proofread the entire guide and fixed a lot of errors,
                 including a really bad one regarding the method for obtaining
                 the Eyepatch - アイパッチ (317). I am sure I would have
                 caught this during my proofreading, but thanks to
                 d0ck0nt0p's discovery of a  great (or horrible depending on
                 your perspective) bug regarding that item I was able to make
                 the fix sooner. d0ck0nt0p's discovery also resulted in the
                 change of the seven items that can be missed to the eight
                 items that can be missed.                 



L. Credits

  This guide would not have been possible without the following:

  The incredible folks at the Japanese gaming site:
  げーむ こうりゃく 会心!! RPG
  The information presented on their site showed me that I had missed a few
  achievements and helped me to go back and get them all. A great deal of the
  item and monster information in this guide is here because of their hard
  work and excellent site. If you can understand Japanese then I highly
  recommend that you pay them a visit:
  http://k-rpg.jp/bd
  僕は感謝しております。どうも有難う御座います。
  Here is a list of the information I learned on their site that I
  incorporated into this guide:
  - Locations of several of the more difficult to obtain items.
  - Locations of the more difficult to find monsters.
  - The best locations to unlock the max level/rank achievements.
  - Almost all of the items that can be stolen from monsters.
  - A lot of the treasure chest information.
  - Some of the strategies for fighting the dragons.
  
  Thanks to Sonsaru on the GameFAQs boards for originally posting the
  link to that site.
  
  Thanks also to Darryl Shack for his assistance with a few issues.

  And anyone that finds this guide useful should thank Chris Chamberlain for
  forcing me to play Blue Dragon in the first place : )

  I took a few pieces of information concerning the ranks that certain skills
  are learned at from the Blue Dragon instruction manual.

  Big Thanks to following people for helping with Version 2.00 of this guide:
  Raimaro - for all the items, monsters, and more official English
  NaughtyVicar - for plenty of corrections and info on mini-game changes
  d0ck0nt0p - for the info on what became the "eighth miss-able item"
  Fantus - for the list of the English skill names
  Mr Qoo - for some info on a few monsters
  Peekaboo - for a way to cheat the gold achievement and another confirmation
  FireBoltX - for some achievement related info
  ejacobson99 - for some great info on the vases
  mrBorn - for some more info on the vases
  mattakadotty - for answering a question about Surprise attack
  daveyman23 - for some kind words and a confirmation on an achievement
  Nitramuse - for offering kind words and assistance
  klusps - for more kind words
  BeeA - for reading my other guides-hopefully the Play Novel Silent Hill ones!

  And if I have forgotten you, then drop me a line! (ごめんね!)



M. Copyright Information

Blue Dragon for Xbox360 (Japanese version with support for English versions!)
Achievements - Items - Monsters Guide
Version 2.00 - Last Updated 09/24/07
Written by and Copyright 2007 Toby Normoyle (loc182)

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