Kite is one of the 28 collectible Djinn in Golden Sun and by extension one of the 72 collectible Djinn in Golden Sun: The Lost Age, and also appears as one of the 72 collectible Djinn in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. In the first game, it can be collected in Vale Cave without the need to battle it, and it will arrive pre-packaged as part of Isaac's party late in the second game if the game is being played with Password-driven data transfer from a Golden Sun save file in which Kite was collected. If played without password data, however, Kite will be part of Isaac's collection of Djinn by default. In the third game, it is found in the northwest corner of the main town area of Yamata City. In each of the three games, this Jupiter Djinni is an utterly distinct effect that causes the affected ally to select two separate commands that will both carry out over the course of a single turn the following turn. While this effectively amounts to the user of Kite giving up their turn so that another party member will carry out two turns worth of actions - which does not give the player a net gain of actions in combat - many creative applications are possible nonetheless, such as allowing a Sol Blade-wielding Adept to potentially Unleash two incredibly-powerful Megiddo attacks at once.
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