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Star Magician.

The Star Magician is a recurring optional boss that appears in Golden Sun: The Lost Age and Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. In the former game, it is found at the end of Treasure Isle, beyond the segment accessible only with the Lift Psynergy automatically acquired late in the game. In the latter game, it is found in the optional Lost Ship dungeon that is accessible from sailing directly west from the finger-like rocks in the ocean at the northeastern quadrant of the overworld map. It is noteworthy as a "superboss" for reasons that are seemingly copied between games; in either game, it rewards you with the Azul summon tablet when beaten, endlessly summons an array of colored "ball" minions that play roles corresponding to their colors, and can be reached decidedly earlier than any of the game's other summon-guarding superbosses. Along with fellow superboss Dullahan, it is one of the only bosses in the Golden Sun series that is officially fought in multiple games. Differences about its latter appearance include its ability to summon two extra Ball varieties and the occurrence that all Ball minions currently active will disappear once the Star Magician itself is felled. (Read more...)

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Did You Know...

  • ...that the Knights fought alongside Moapa in Trial Road are the only bosses in The Lost Age that are susceptible to status conditions such as instant death, Death Curse, and Deadly Poison?
  • ...that both GBA Golden Sun games contain a treasure chest holding 666 coins?
  • ...that when you upgrade from the Trainer to the Beastkeeper class, the Grand Golem Psynergy actually downgrades into the Living Armor Psynergy?
  • ...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 the book in the menu screen of Dark Dawn says "Golden Sun" in glyphs?

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