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It's those Djinns re-setting themselves. Looks like you've been putting them on quite the summoning routine. Upon skovacs1's persuasion, I've added video documentation of this phenomenon: After a bit of summoning, you'll notice at this interval that the Djinns are re-setting themselves.
This particular guy wants a Kaocho dumpling: You can buy one in the food shop nearby: (The video's in Italian, sadly for us that don't speak it - but you should be able to get the gist of it :) If this shop is closed, try advancing the plot, since this shop will only be open:
I don't think the decisions really make a difference; they're just there to let you develop your character's identity a little. Pretty much the same things will happen regardless of how you respond, but it serves as a nice aesthetic touch. If you want a reference, I quote the following from a review: The player is allowed to "respond" at certain points ...
Simply put, it's a boost to psynergy, summons and element-based weapons of that element for the remainder of that battle. This answer can be found on this page and in this thread and in Krazer's comment below. From the Golden Sun: Dark Dawn Manual under the section Battles (page 30 in my copy): Elemental Power This is the character's strength for ...
According to Blitz Knight Stunt's FAQ, you get through Kolima Forest by following your Venus Djinn guide whom you should see upon entering the forest. To follow them, you'll need to grow some vines and such. If you aren't seeing them when you enter the forest, you haven't used the Hermes Water on the Dream Tree in Kolima Village yet. Hopefully that's ...
It is quite possible to finish the game without getting all the Djinni. When I went though the game, I thought I was being quite thorough about getting into all the nooks and crannies to find all of them. Imagine my surprise, by the end of the game, I was missing about a half-dozen or so. It didn't impact my ability at all to take out the end boss. ...
Make sure a Venus Adept has it equipped first. Then, look for thin/long pole/spire-shaped things and "grip" them.
After some testing, I found that the item is determined as soon as the material is given to her.
A Djinn's (and their summons') attack strength is increased by the Elemental Power of that element (e.g. Venus Power) or elements, since they do elemental damage. You get +5 Power per Djinni set, you can gain more Elemental Power by summoning or equipping certain items that increase elemental power. To learn more about Elemental Power, consult your local ...
I believe you are in the right place. Keep sailing around the rocks and icebergs in your way and eventually you'll find the path up to the Iceberg Outpost. When to get to the field of icebergs and small rocks, keep going west until you see 2 openings take the opening closes to the Mercury Lighthouse (the second one) then go around to the east, you should ...
You can't use unleash skills of weapons until you unlock them by filling the mastery bar. By maxing it out, you'll fully unlock the weapon. You can see the list of unleashes and which you have unlocked simply by inspecting the weapon. (I believe a mastered weapon has a marginally higher unleash rate as well, but I'm really not sure about this.)
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