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Haures is a Venus-aligned Summon introduced in Golden Sun: The Lost Age and featured in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn as one of the collectible sequences not initially available to parties even if they have collected enough Djinn to use them. In the former game, it becomes collectible once the Reunion has taken place late in the game and the Carry Psynergy from the original Golden Sun is added to the party's overall Psynergy repertoire; this allows the party to explore the short and optional Angara Cavern north of Loho, which contains the summon tablet. In Dark Dawn, the player is afforded a rather limited window of opportunity to collect it during the arc that takes place in the Morgal region: The Dream Tree must be restored in Kolima Village so that a Dream Leaf can be purchased and then used at the inn in Border Town to reach the particular cave containing Haures' tablet. The ability to access this cave becomes permanently lost once "Arangoa Prelude" is requested at Belinsk to wrap up the Morgal arc. At any rate, as a collectible summon, Haures uses more than one element of Djinni on standby, requiring three Venus Djinn and two Mars Djinn; compared to the Judgment summon, which requires four Venus Djinn, Haures deals 9/8ths as much damage and can also inflict Deadly Poison upon each affected enemy. Its design as a blue demon that assaults the enemy party with raking claw strikes is consistently retained between games.

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  • ...that Khiren Waters and Ginsengs in Dark Dawn, the only consumable items so far in the series that restore PP by set amounts, can be bought in unlimited quantities in Harapa and Tonfon respectively?
  • ...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 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 the book in the menu screen of Dark Dawn says "Golden Sun" in glyphs?

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