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Mountain Roc.

The Mountain Roc is a significant boss-style enemy in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. Unlike many other bosses in the Golden Sun series, the Mountain Roc is highly significant to the direction and progression of the plot in the game it appears in. A mammoth bird that roosts in Talon Peak, the mountain located past Kolima Forest, its existence was not known across the world until after the Game Boy Advance games because it assumes the composition of stone while it slumbers, and only a special Slapping Psynergy can wake it up. As part of a rite of passage meant to train his son Matthew as an Adept, Isaac sends him on a quest to obtain one of the Mountain Roc's feathers so that a hang glider called a Soarwing can be repaired, though Matthew's journey quickly gets sidetracked by a darker plot. As a boss, the Mountain Roc is significantly more threatening and durable than some prior bosses in the game, and it can uniquely and freely switch into and out of a stonelike form to grant itself superior defense and passive health regeneration.

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Did You Know...

  • ...that a townsperson in Lunpa mentally prophesied the tidal wave that happened at the end of Golden Sun based on the story of the great flood in the past?
  • ...that the Signal Whistle, an enemy-only consumable item used by Briggs in his boss fight in The Lost Age to summon a Sea Fighter minion, technically executes an ability named "Clarion Cry"?
  • ...that having 129 Power in an element makes curative Psynergy of that element 129% as effective?
  • ...that after the Lemurian Ship has successfully flown with the Wings of Anemos for the first time in The Lost Age, going back to Hama in Contigo triggers an optional cutscene discussing more details about the urgency of the quest?
  • ...that when selecting characters on the Dark Dawn status screen, each character placement plays one of the seven natural musical notes (Do Re Mi...)?

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