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Diamond Berg.

Diamond Dust and Diamond Berg are a series of Mercury-aligned Psynergy featured in Golden Sun: The Lost Age and Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. In a similar vein to Psynergy such as Cutting Edge and Plume Edge, this is not a series of damaging elemental attacks that affect multiple enemies at a time and deal pre-determined amounts of base damage; rather, they are single-target physical attacks that take the user's Attack and the enemy's Defense into consideration at the same time as the user's Mercury Power and the enemy's Mercury Resistance, and they add significant amounts of straightforward bonus damage to the results. They are introduced in The Lost Age as the defining elemental physical attack Psynergy of the Mariner class series, the exclusive class of the Mercury Adept Piers, who fights as part of Felix's party for most of the game. Compared to the first game's Mia, Piers is oriented toward striking physically with equipped weapons, though he is not as accomplished in sheer damage output as the game's leading Venus Adepts. This results in these Psynergies being useful as reliable methods of shoring up Piers' physical damage output throughout the game, at least until the end of the game when Piers can be made to reliably Unleash with potentially stronger weapon-based effects. Everything mentioned here is virtually the same situation for the Psynergy series' appearance in Dark Dawn, where it is the standout elemental physical attack Psynergy series of the similar Aqua Squire class series held by the similarly warrior-esque Mercury Adept Amiti. (Read more...)


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Did You Know...

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  • ...that Alex being stated in the Japanese version of the first game to be the apprentice to Mia's late father, taken together with the third game revealing Alex and Mia to be cousins, means Alex was the apprentice of his uncle?
  • ...that the China Dress, renamed Sanan Dress in Dark Dawn, when used as a Usable item, emulates an attack-lowering enemy ability named Heartrender?
  • ...that most weapons in Dark Dawn having multiple unleashes makes them have lower average damage results than in The Lost Age, therefore making the Quick Strike Psynergy all the more practical?
  • ...that you will be prevented from using Hermes' Water on Tret's exterior face in Golden Sun until after you beat the Tret boss inside?
  • ...that in The Lost Age holding down B causes you to auto-progress through cutscene dialogue at a moderate rate, which is a feature not present in the original Golden Sun?

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