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         Granstream Saga

       Instruction Manual
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                        The Granstream Saga
                        -------------------

                   --- An I.f.L.a.b. document ---

                        = X Button
                        = Circle Button
                        = Square Button
                        = Triangle Button

                   ------------------------------


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                              Contents
                              --------

                  2 ---- beginning your adventure
                  3 ---- controls
                  4 ---- story
                  6 ---- starting a game
                  7 ---- the game screen
                  8 ---- the command menu
                  13 --- exploring the continents
                  16 --- saving your progress
                  18 --- combat
                  21 --- eon's scepter
                  22 --- magic
                  23 --- equipment
                  25 --- characters


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                      BEGINNING YOUR ADVENTURE
                      ------------------------
Set  up your PlayStation game console according to the instructions in
its Instruction Manual. Make sure the power is OFF before inserting or
removing a compact disc.

Insert  the The Granstream Saga disc and close the Disc Cover.  Insert
one  or  two  game controllers in the Controller Ports and turn ON the
PlayStation game console.

Check out the opening scenes, or press the START Button to go directly
to the Title Screen.


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                              CONTROLS
                              --------
                         normal/battle view

normal
------
Use the currently selected magic spell.

Access the Command menu.

Examine objects and talk to other characters, advances text.

Advance text, cancel menu commands.

L1 Rotate the camera view 90 degrees in a clockwise direction.

L2 Same as .

R1 Rotate the camera view 90 degrees in a counter clockwise direction.

R2 Same as

Use the Directional Button to move Eon.

Note:   The  Directional  Button  is also used to move the curser when
using a menu Screen

battle
------
Note:   Double  tapping  the directional pad will make Eon dodge left,
right, jump back, or dash forward.

Uses the currently selected magic spell.

Access the Command menu.

Attack  with  currently  selected  weapon.   Press  repeatedly for
   multiple hits.

Press and hold to block enemy attacks with your shield. You cannot
   move while you are blocking.  Cancels menu commands.

L1 Not used.

L2 Same as .

R1 Hold  and  use  the  Directional Button  to dodge in that direction
  (same as tapping that direction twice).

R2 Same as


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                      THE STORY OF GRANSTREAM
                      -----------------------

One  hundred  years  ago,  on the planet of Granstream, a terrible war
took  place.   The battle raged between two opposing forces - the evil
Imperial  Wizardry  and the noble Allied Spirit Army.  Both sides were
nearly  evenly  matched,  and  victory  seemed out of reach for either
army.   Then, in desperation, the Imperial Wizardry used a weapon that
had  been  banned  long  ago due to its terrible destructive power and
unpredictability.

The  weapon  was fired into the core of the planet, with the objective
of  annihilating  a  huge  portion of the Allied Spirit Army's forces.
But  a  miscalculation by the weapon's operators caused a catastrophic
chain  reaction.   The  damage  was  so great that the planet actually
shifted  on  its  axis,  causing the melting of the polar ice caps and
threatening to entirely cover the planet's surface with water.


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Far  above  the  battles  of  the  two  forces, four Wise Men had been
watching,  waiting  for the disaster they knew would come.  Foreseeing
the  cataclysm  through  their  magic,  the  Wise  Men  acted  as  the
continents  began  to submerge.  Using their mystical fortress Airlim,
powered  by  four elemental Orbs, the Wise Men were able to raise four
of  the  continents into the air.  These four continents were the only
land  not  swallowed by the rising oceans, and the people on them were
the only survivors of the catastrophe.

The  Wise  Men  knew  that to keep the continents floating, they would
need  to  recharge  Airlim  periodically with the four Orbs - each one
representing  one  element  (Wind,  Water,  Fire and Earth).  Each Orb
corresponded  to  a  continent,  and each Wise Man controlled a single
Orb.   To  prevent  the  power of the Orbs from falling into the wrong
hands, each Orb had to be activated by a special verse, recited by one
of the Wise Men.

As  the  Wise  Men  aged  and  began  to  weaken, they each selected a
descendent  to  carry  on  their task.  And so it was, for one hundred
years.   But  now,  as  the  people of the four continents struggle to
renew  their  civilization, dark rumors begin to spread amongst them -
of the Wise Men disappearing, of Imperial Wizardry airships once again
seen  in  the skies.  And the continents themselves are slowly sinking
lower closer to the hungry waters waiting below.

On the continent of Shilf, a young orphan named Eon is being raised by
a  kindly  old  man,  Valos.  Valos is using magic stones to carve off
pieces  of  the  continent  to  try  and  make it lighter and slow the
descent  towards  the  ocean.   But  without the help of the Wise Men,
Valos  knows,  such measures only delay the inevitable.  He wonders if
anyone can save them now...


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                         STARTING THE GAME
                         -----------------
To  begin  your  adventure, press Start when you see the Title Screen.
From  there,  you  will be taken to the Start Screen.  This screen has
three options:  Data Load, Start, and Key Config.

Data  Load  - Load any saved games using this option (note:  make sure
you have your Memory Card with saved games inserted into slot 1 before
using  this  option).   Highlight  this  option  using the Directional
Button  and  press the button.  A list of saved games will appear.
Use  the  Directional  Pad to highlight your saved game and then press
the   button.  When the Ready message appears, press the button
to start playing.

Start  - Use the Directional Button to highlight this option and press
 if you wish to begin a new game of The Granstream Saga.  You will
see the opening cinema and then begin your game.

Key  Config - Used to reconfigure the controller.  Highlight and press
the button.  A screen with a control pad on it will appear showing
the button configurations.  Highlight the Change Button Configurations
option  and press the button.  After a prompt, you will be able to
select  the  buttons  to  assign  each function to.  When you are done
configuring your buttons, you will be asked to confirm your settings.


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game screen
-----------
Status Bar:
Eon's  current  health.   It is divided into two parts, the Life Point
(LP)  meter  and  the  Hit  Point  (HP) meter.  Each time Eon sustains
damage in combat, the HP meter drops.  When the HP meter reaches zero,
one  segment of the LP meter is lost.  When all of the LP segments are
lost  and  the HP bar is fully drained, Eon will die and you will need
to begin from your last save point (see Saving the Game, p.  16).

MP Force Meter:
The  amount  of Magic Points (MP) Eon has in units of Force (F) MP can
be  obtained  by  defeating  enemies,  and  can  be used to power many
different  spells.   The  circular  part  of  the  meter shows an icon
depicting  the  spell you currently have equipped For more information
on using Magic, see p.22.

Compass:
Assists  you  in  keeping your bearings when rotating the screen using
the  L1  and  R1 buttons.  In order to return the screen to its normal
orientation  use the L1 and R1 buttons so that the compass is pointing
North (upwards).

Note:   Upon  entering  combat, your Status Bar will be located at the
bottom  left-hand  corner of the screen.  The MP meter will be located
in the upper left-hand corner, and the Status Bar of the opponent will
at  the  bottom  right-hand  corner. The  opponent's  Status  Bar will
function the same way as yours.


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                            COMMAND MENU
                            ------------
To  access the Command Menu, press the Button.  A menu will appear
with  a  list  of  options, Use the Directional Button to highlight an
option and then press the Button.  A window will open to the right
of  the  menu  and display the contents of that menu selection.  There
are six windows:  Item, Equip, Magic, Status, Scepter, and Option.

item
----
View  the  various items you have collected during your quest.  To use
an  item, move the cursor over the item with the Directional Button. A
description  of  the item will appear.  Press the Button, and then
select Use or Drop. Upon selecting Use, a prompt asking you to confirm
your  selection  will  appear. Press  the   Button to confirm and a
message  showing  the  item has been used will appear.  Selecting Drop
will allow an item to be discarded.
Note:   Some  items cannot be Dropped. Use the Button to close the
window when finished.


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equip
-----
Used  to  out fit Eon with weapons, armor and shields.  You begin your
game  with  no  weapons  or  defensive equipment, but you will quickly
begin  to  acquire  them  as you continue on your adventure.  Once you
have  found  a  piece  of  equipment,  you  will  want  to examine its
attributes in the Status section.

The  window  is  divided  into  three  parts:   the Equip section, the
Weapon/Armor/Shield  section,  and  the  Status  section.   The  Equip
section  shows  you which pieces of equipment you are currently using.
The  Weapon/Armor/Shield  section displays your available equipment in
those  three  categories.   You can use the Directional Button to move
the cursor and highlight a piece of equipment, then press to equip
it.   The  Status  section  shows  your  Attack  (AT) and Defense (DF)
ratings.   The  first  number  in each category is your current power.
The  second  number is the power you will have if you equip the weapon
that  is highlighted in the Weapon/Armor/Shield section.  By comparing
the  two  numbers, you can see if the weapon, shield or armor you wish
to use will increase or decrease your AT and DF.

Some  pieces  of equipment may raise one category and lower the other.
In  these  cases  you will need to decide if the potential tradeoff is
worth  it.   Also  remember that a weak AT weapon like a dagger can be
used to strike much more effectively than the more powerful but slower
axe.

Use  the    Button  to close the window when you are done equipping
your weapons and defensive items.


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magic
-----
The  third  window  in  the  Command Menu shows you the magic you have
learned,  and  allows  you to select which spells to assign to the
Button for instant use.  At the beginning of the game, you only know a
low-level  Heal  spell  but  you  will  begin  to acquire new and more
powerful  spells  very  quickly.  Read the section on Magic (p.22) for
more  information on how and when to cast spells.  The Magic window is
divided into two parts:  the Normal section and the Battle section,

The  Normal section is where spells that can be cast outside of combat
appear.   None of the spells in this window section can be used during
a  battle.   You will notice some spells (such as your Healing spells)
appear  in  both window sections.  You must equip each version of such
spells separately.  To equip a spell for use, move the cursor over it,
then  press  the Button.  As you find new spells, you should equip
them  using  this  method  and test them out to see if you wish to use
them.

The  Battle  section  is  where  spells that can be cast during combat
appear.   None of the spells in this window section can be used unless
you  are  in  combat.   To equip a spell use the Directional Button to
move the cursor over it, then press the Button.

Use  the    Button  to close the window when you are done selecting
your spells.


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status
------
The  Status  window  shows  you  all  of Eon's statistics at a glance.
There  are nine different sections:  LV, LP, HP, GP, Equip, AT, DF, MP
and Spells.

LV - Eon's  current level.  Eon's  level will  increase after various
     events occur during the game.

LP - The total number of segments in Eon's Life Point meter,  as well
     as how many LP are remaining.

HP - The total amount of Hit Points Eon has, as well as show how many
     HP are remaining.

GP - The  amount  of  gems  Eon  has  obtained   (see   Exploring the
     Continents, p.13).

Equip - The weapon, armor and shield Eon is currently equipped with.

AT - Eon's current Attack power.

DF - Shows Eon's current Defense power.

MP - The amount of Magic Points Eon has.

Spells - The spells Eon currently has selected.


Use  the    Button  to close the window when you are done examining
your status.


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scepter
-------
Displays  all  of  the  items that Eon's magical scepter has memorized
(see  Scepter  p.21).   Use  the Directional Button to move the cursor
over  each item, and a description of that item will appear in the box
below.   Use  the    Button  to  close the window when you are done
examining the Scepter items.

option
------
The Option window has two functions: Message Speed and Game Reset.

The  Message Speed option allows you to control how fast the on-screen
text  appears during the game. There are three settings:  Slow, Normal
and Fast (Normal is the default setting).

The Game Reset option allows you to return to the title screen without
using the Reset button on the console.  Move the cursor over the Reset
icon  and  press  the   Button to reset your game.  WARNING - doing
this  will  remove  all unsaved Progress you have made!  Only use this
option  if  you  are prepared to start again from a saved game on your
memory card.  Use the Button to close the window when you are done
adjusting the options.


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                      EXPLORING THE CONTINENTS
                      ------------------------
As  Eon,  you  are  free  to explore a vast world stretching over four
continents.  Using the Directional Button, you can move Eon around the
area  you are in.  To examine an object or talk to a person, press the
 Button  when  you  are  in  close  proximity to them.  To enter a
building,  use  the  Directional  Button to move Eon into the doorway.
Sometimes  rotating the camera view using the L1 and R1 Buttons can be
helpful when objects or doorways are aligned diagonally with Eon.

When  Eon  talks to particular characters at certain times, the camera
angles  may  shift  dramatically to emphasize different aspects of the
Scene.   During  these  sequences,  Eon is not able to move or examine
objects.   The  conversation  sequence  is  over  when the camera view
returns  to  normal  and  Eon's  Status  Bar  reappears  in  the upper
left-hand corner of the screen (see Game Screen, p.7).


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It  is  important  to  talk to everyone in the game. Characters may be
passing on important information about the area you are in or problems
you  may  soon  be  facing. Often you cannot progress through the game
storyline   if  you  have  not  talked  to  a  specific  character  or
characters.  Be sure to revisit each character after a major event, as
they will often have different things to say.

When in towns, it is also a good idea to visit the various shops.  The
Apothecary  in  particular  offers  a  good selection of useful items,
including  healing  herbs  and  magic potions.  You can purchase items
using gems.  Gems can be found inside various objects, or by defeating
enemies.   You  can also go to the Pawn Shop to sell items you find or
purchased by mistake.  The Pawn Shop owner will give you gems for such
items.   Don't  forget to visit the Church, either.  The priest's holy
powers  can  heal  you  completely  and  allow you to save a game (see
Saving   Your   Progress,   p.16).   Sometimes  the  priest  also  has
information  that  Eon  must obtain before he can continue through the
game.


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When  exploring in dungeons and other dangerous areas, it is important
to  save  often.   Most  monsters  are  visible  and can be avoided if
necessary,  but  some  enemies can ambush you without warning.  Mimics
are  especially  dangerous,  as  they  are  indistinguishable  from an
ordinary treasure chest, yet they are actually a vicious monster!  Use
the  Panther  Gem  item  or  the Scanner magic spell on a chest if you
suspect it might be a Mimic.

You  can save and restore your health at Green Crystals, and return to
the  entrance  of  the  dungeon  by using a Red Crystal. You will find
these  Crystals  throughout  the dungeons and other areas you explore.
Both options can be invaluable if your health is low or if you need to
escape to buy more items.


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                        SAVING YOUR PROGRESS
                        --------------------
In  order to complete the vast adventure of The Granstream Saga, it is
recommended  that you use a memory card to save your progress whenever
you have the opportunity. You can use as many memory cards as you wish
to  keep  saved games on, but the card you are currently using must be
placed in the first memory card slot when saving or loading a game. If
you  have  a memory card in the second memory card slot, the game will
not recognize it.

There  are  several  different  places that you can save your progress
while  playing.  The most common is the Green Crystal.  You will often
encounter  this  object  when  journeying  through  a dungeon or other
dangerous area.  Touching the Crystal and pressing the Button will
restore your health completely.  Once this is accomplished, the spirit
that  resides  in  the  Crystal  will  ask  if  you  wish to save your
progress.   Use the Directional Button to highlight Yes or No and then
press  .  If you select Yes, you will see a message indicating your
memory  card  is being checked.  Once the card's data is verified, you
will  see  a  screen  with  your  previous  saved  games  (if any) and
available  save slots (if any).  You can use the Directional Button to
highlight  a  blank slot for a new save, or highlight an old save game
to overwrite it.


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Once  you  have  selected the game, or slot you wish to save in, press
the    Button.   You  will  be  asked  to  confirm your new save or
overwrite  an  old  save.  Use the Directional Button to highlight Yes
and press .  Your progress will be saved to the memory card.

You  can also save when you are in a town that has a Church.  When you
go  to  the  doors of the Church the priest will greet you at the door
and  ask  if  you  wish to have your health restored and your progress
saved.
The  save  process  is  the  same as that of the Green Crystal.  Note:
sometimes  you  may  have  to enter a Church and talk to the priest in
order to save your progress.

Occasionally there are other opportunities to save your progress.  The
save process is identical to the Green Crystal.

IMPORTANT  NOTE:   It  is  very  important  that you DO NOT remove the
memory  card  any time there is a message that indicates that the card
is  being checked or a save is occurring. Removing your memory card at
these  times  could result in damage to all your existing saved games.
At all other times, it is safe to remove and reinsert your memory card
as needed.


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                               COMBAT
                               ------
Sometimes  Eon  will  be  exploring dungeons or other dangerous areas.
You will often see enemies walking around in such a situation.  If you
get  too  close  to an enemy, they will notice you and rush after you.
If they touch you, you will have to fight them.  This means that it is
possible (though not always desirable) to avoid combat.  It is usually
a good idea to fight most enemies, since a defeated enemy can give Eon
gems, special items and MP.  In some cases, defeating an enemy will be
necessary  to  obtain  an  item  that  will  allow  Eon to continue to
progress through the game,

When  a  fighting sequence begins, the camera view will zoom in on Eon
and the enemy.  The area surrounding them will be bordered by darkness
on  all four sides.  This shows the area where combat will take place.
Once  an  enemy  has attacked you, you must fight until one of you has
been  killed.  During the fight, use the Directional Button to control
Eon's  movements.   You  will  always  face  the enemy no matter which
direction  you  move.   Tapping  the  Directional  Button twice in any
direction  (or  holding  R1 and pressing the Directional Button in any
direction) will cause Eon to rapidly move in that direction.


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While  in  combat,  you  can  use  the   Button to attack with your
currently selected weapon.  The speed and effectiveness of your attack
depend  on  the  type of weapon you select (see Equipment, p.23).  The
type  of weapon you use depends on your personal preference, though at
some  points  in  the  game  you may find yourself with a particularly
powerful  weapon  in  a  category  you  don't  normally use.  For this
reason,  it's a good idea to be proficient in using all three types of
weapons.

Your  armor allows you to absorb a lot of damage from an enemy, but it
is  much  better  to block enemy attacks altogether using your shield.
You  can  block  attacks by holding down the   Button when an enemy
strikes  at  you.   Once  the  blow is parried, release the Button
again  in order to move around and attack your foe, it is important to
remember  that  you  cannot move while you are blocking.  In addition,
many  enemies  have  a special attack that is very difficult to defend
against.   These  special  attacks have a telltale purple aura that is
easy to spot, but you will have to have fast reflexes to dodge away in
time.


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During  combat,  every time you are hit by an enemy you will lose some
of  your  HP,  which  is  represented  by the long, solid area of your
Status  Bar (see Game Screen, p.7).  If your HP is completely drained,
you  will  lose one portion of your LP, which is the segmented section
of  your  Status  Bar.   Once you have lost all of your LP and HP, Eon
will  die  and  you  will need to begin from your last save point (see
Saving Your Progress, p.16).  Various items in the game will allow you
to  replenish your HP and LP.  These can be bought in stores, found in
chests or other objects, or taken from defeated enemies.

You  will  find  yourself  fighting  a  wide variety of enemies as you
progress  through  the  game.   An enemy who seems invincible at first
will  easily  fall  to  the right combination of blocking, dodging and
striking.   Study your enemies carefully and learn their every move to
defeat them.


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                           EON'S SCEPTER
                           -------------
When the orphaned Eon was found in the town of Arona as a baby, he was
wearing  a  mysterious  bracelet  on his wrist.  This scepter as Valos
calls it, possesses the ability to magically memorize certain objects.
It  can  fully  restore  a  suit of armor from a tiny rusted scrap, or
reproduce with perfect accuracy a critical item.  The scepter seems to
have a mind of its own, though, and will only take action when it sees
fit.   Still,  you will find it to be your most treasured and valuable
possession as you journey from continent to continent.

The  scepter can also be charged with special Scepter Forces.  You can
obtain  a  Scepter  Force crystal by defeating an enemy without taking
any damage or using magic or items during the entire battle.  When you
receive a Scepter Force crystal, you will be asked if you wish to open
it  or  not.  If you open the Force, you will receive an item.  If you
do not open the Force, the scepter will memorize that Force.

If  you  continue  to defeat enemies without being hurt after you have
memorized  a  Scepter  Force, you can gain different colors of Scepter
Force  -  but you must defeat a different enemy each time. Each higher
color  will  give  you a better item if you choose to open it, but you
must  be careful. If you enter a battle and take damage, you will lose
all of your Scepter Forces and will have to start all over again!  The
more  powerful  the  enemy  you defeat, the more powerful the item you
will receive upon opening the Scepter Force.


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                               MAGIC
                               -----
Eon  will  acquire  a  wide  variety  of  magic  spells as he journeys
throughout the four continents.  In most cases, he will find the spell
embedded  in a magical stone.  The scepter will translate and memorize
the  spell,  and  it  will appear in Eon's Magic window in the Command
Menu.   Some  spells  are powerful offensive magic, others are healing
and still others serve useful functions like escaping to the beginning
of a dungeon or scanning for Mimics.

In  order  to  use  spells,  Eon must first equip them using the Magic
window  of the Command Menu (see Command Menu, p.8).  Once he has done
so,  he  can  cast  that spell at any time by pressing the Button.
The spells are divided into two categories, Normal and Battle, and you
can  equip  one spell per category.  Pressing the Button while Eon
is  not in combat will cast the spell selected in the Normal category.
Pressing  the    Button  while Eon is in battle will cast the spell
selected in the Battle category,

Each  spell  requires  a  certain amount of Magic Force points (MP) to
use.   If Eon does not have enough MP, he will not be able to cast the
selected  spell.   MP  can be gained only by fighting enemies or using
certain  items;  it  is  not  restored by Green Crystals or visiting a
Church.   It  is  a  good  idea to make sure you have at least a small
amount of MP at all times, as there are parts of the game that require
the use of a certain spell in order to progress.


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                             EQUIPMENT
                             ---------
As  well  as  magical  spells, Eon will acquire many weapons, suits of
armor  and shields as he proceeds throughout the game.  In most cases,
he will find an old, rusting piece of metal.  The scepter will restore
and  memorize the weapon, armor or shield, and it will appear in Eon's
Equip window in the Command Menu.

In  order  to  use  a  weapon, suit of armor or shield, Eon must first
equip  that  item  using  the  Equip  window  in the Command Menu (see
Command  Menu,  p.8).  The AT and DF boxes can help you determine if a
piece  of  equipment is worth equipping or not, however there are also
other  factors in selecting the most effective weapon, armor or shield
for  a  given  situation.  A fast but weak weapon may be better than a
slower one at times, and certain weapons have elemental powers of fire
or   water  that  give  them  special  effectiveness  against  certain
creatures.  Some armor and shields add or subtract from Eon's AT power
as well - in such cases, you must decide if the tradeoff is worth it.


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There  are  three  types  of weapons in The Granstream Saga:  daggers,
swords  and  battleaxes.   Daggers  are  weak  compared  to  the other
weapons,  but you can strike quickly and repeatedly with them.  Swords
offer  good  striking  range  and  average speed and damage, while the
mighty  Battleaxes are powerful but slow to swing.  The type of weapon
you  use depends on your personal preference, though at some points in
the  game you may find yourself with a particularly powerful weapon in
a  category you don't normally use.  For this reason, it's a good idea
to be proficient in using all three types of weapons.

Additionally,  when  you  find  certain  weapons, you will also gain a
special  attack  power.   This  power will be displayed as a series of
Directional  Button  presses  plus  the  Attack  button (usually ).
These  attacks,  once  obtained,  can be used with any of that kind of
weapon.   For  example,  if  you  find  a sword, and receive a special
attack,  you  can  use that attack with any other sword weapon.  These
special  attacks  require  concentration  and can leave Eon vulnerable
temporarily,  but their power and range are invaluable against certain
foes.   Practice them until they become automatic and you will be able
to make short work of most enemies.


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                           KEY CHARACTERS
                           --------------
Here  are  some  of the important characters you will meet during your
quest:

Eon
---
Your  character  and  the  hero  of  the The Granstream Saga.  Eon was
discovered  in  the  town  of Arona as a baby.  Raised by a kindly man
named Valos.  Eon doesn't know much about magic and swordfighting, but
he has a warrior's heart and his mystical scepter, a bracelet which he
was wearing when he was found as a child.

Arcia
-----
The only descendent of the Wise Man of Shilf, the Wind continent where
Eon  and  Valos  live.   She  holds  the  key  to  saving  all  of the
continents. A very giving and generous girl.


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Korky
-----
A  spirit  beast  befriended by Laramee.  He looks like a bird, but he
can  talk  sometimes  too much!  He also has a variety of other powers
that  make  him  a valuable asset despite his attitude.  He especially
likes  Venatawa  Fruit,  so  be  sure to feed him some every once in a
while.

Laramee
-------
A  member of the Desbats, a group of noble pirates who fly between the
continents  in  an  airship  called  the Gude.  Her temperament is the
opposite  of  Arcia's.   Laramee  is  prone  to  losing her temper but
conceals a kind spirit behind her fiery facade.

Valos
-----
An  old man.  Valos lost his young son in a tragic accident many years
ago.   He  agreed to raise Eon as his own son, and has brought the boy
up to be an honorable young man.  Valos is proficient in many kinds of
magic,  and knows a little of the truth behind the legends of the Wise
Men


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Slayzer
-------
Captain  of the Desbats and Laramee's brother.  He is the only one who
can  navigate the Gude through the tricky air currents of the planet's
atmosphere.   Slayzer  is dedicated to the preservation of the natural
order of things, and doesn't believe humans should use magic to meddle
with nature.


Gandor
------
Second  in  command  of  the Desbats.  Gandor is a sensible fellow who
doesn't   fully  trust  anything  he  doesn't  understand.   A  solid,
dependable warrior, he and Eon have never met before...  or have they?



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