Atalanta is a Jupiter Summon sequence found in all Golden Sun games. It requires two Jupiter Djinn on standby in order to summon. Atalanta is automatically acquired by the player when they have enough djinn to summon her. Atalanta has a base Jupiter power of 60 and also does additional damage equivalent to 6% of the enemy’s maximum HP. Afterwards, the summoner's Jupiter Power will be raised by 30 points. This summon's inspiration comes from Greek mythology, in which Atalanta was a swift-footed huntress.
...that Babi was indirectly responsible for the establishment of Dodonpa's empire of brigands at the settlement of Lunpa?
...that both GBA Golden Sun games contain a treasure chest holding 666 coins?
...that the unused Magnet and Arrow Psynergies can interact with objects in the various Debug Rooms in The Lost Age, including a Kraden NPC that gets angry when you hit him with an arrow?
...that in The Lost Age, disembarking at the lowest part of the beach immediately southwest Loho lets you explore much of the overworld land in Golden Sun, but none of the original game's locations can be entered? (e.g. when you try to enter Vale, you stay on the overworld and look like you're walking all over it)
...that in Dark Dawn, while any party member or any enemy is highlighted as the target(s) for a battle command, moving the stylus across the screen manually rotates the camera?
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