Oh, herro. Welcome back to Legend of Legaia. Last time, we kicked the crap out of Xain, who then decided to freeze all of the magma underneath Octam. I’m sure that won’t have any long-lasting repercussions, RIGHT? Let’s find out!
Music: Mist Infested Area
Incense is a pretty cool item. It lowers your encounter rate. Battles take forever in this game, so sometimes it can be good to throw one of these down. On the other hand, it’s best to battle as much as possible to get experience, and (almost more importantly) gold.
Judging from my screenshots, I actually FOUND the way out, assumed I was going the wrong way and then used a Door of Light instead. Woo… go, me.
Music: Town Theme
: You got that right! We taught that Xain a lesson!
Guard: Ah, I knew it! When the ground stopped shaking, all the townspeople knew you were successful, and started cheering! Please, go up and talk to them. They’ll be very happy. Oh, and the mayor is waiting for you. Please go see him if you have the time.
: Hmm. In their last moments, the enemies froze the depths of the earth.
: Yes. I only hope that nothing bad happens because of that. What could those henchmen of the Mist be thinking? It’s a mystery to me.
Guard: That’s right. Whatever will happen later on will happen. But now, thank you everyone!
Yeah, you only have to worry about freezing to deat– er, I mean… You have nothing at all to worry about!
Mayor: Ha ha ha! This is what you’d call a smile of satisfaction! I’m so happy, words can’t describe! Say, I have a favor to ask of you. Ha ha! Would you bring me some Spring Salts from Vidna? That’s a town known for its hot springs. I am prepared to reward you. I hope you can do this for me. Ha ha! I have instructed the guards to let you use the elevator. Please use it! Ha ha ha!
Well, that’s kind of nice, at least.
We still need to heal up from Xain and all of the subsequent battles.
Also, free healing item!
Don’t mind if I do!
At this point, I am super sick of wandering around the Sebucus Islands. I have a few Doors of Wind, I may as well put them to use.
Music: Vidna in the Mist
: The Mist! Vidna is covered in the Mist! What’s going on?
: Both of you, look! The windmills that were protecting Vidna from the Mist. They’ve stopped. Hmm, you don’t suppose it’s because the magma cooled? The effects could have spread this far. What irony!
: Vahn, let’s see if anyone’s still alive.
As with most Mist-covered towns, we can get into battles here.
Holy crispy craps, that dude WASN’T crazy after all!
Nobody really says anything of interest except for the old dude who used to hang out in the hot springs.
Old Man: Danpas, huh? Unfortunately, I have no idea where Danpas is.
: How about some treasure?
Old man: Wh-what? You’re after treasure at a time like this? It doesn’t make much sense, but it’s not for me to say, eh? All right, I’ll tell you. Go to the machine room, there’s some treasure there. Like the magical Spring Salts. The water’s cooled down, so you should be able to walk around inside.
Forget walking, man.
Mayor: What are these for, you ask? Oh, ha ha ha! Why they’re for putting into bathwater! They make it smell just like a natural hot spring! Ha! Please take this in return, although I know it’s not much of a reward. Please use it.
: The Mist has covered Vidna, you selfish ASS.
Mayor: It’s because you saved this town that such a terrible thing happened to Vidna… Oh, the irony! I feel like I am to blame for the misfortune of the people of Vidna. But there must be something we can do. If you destroy the source of the Mist, then they will be saved from the Mist! Say, you are looking for a Genesis Tree, correct? Well, I know where it is! It’s at Mt. Letona, which is next to Ratayu. But rumor has it that the ruler of Ratayu is quite a difficult fellow. But I’m sure you should be able to handle him! Ha ha ha!
Well… that was pretty much pointless.
NEXT TIME: Ratayu, I guess?