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Gaia Rock.

Gaia Rock is a dungeon featured in Golden Sun: The Lost Age. One of four similarly presented locations in the game called the Elemental Rocks, it is representative of the Venus element and is a gigantic, mountainous locale with an ancient and labyrinthine maze built inside. It is located at the island later identified as Nihan, east of Angara; a nearby human settlement named Izumo venerates it as "Mt. Mikage." In The Lost Age, it plays host to a subplot in which Izumo's hero Susa attempts to weaken Gaia Rock's resident monster, the Serpent, so as to prevent his beloved Kushinada from being sacrificed to it; when Felix's traveling party enters the rock, they help Susa slay the beast. In-game, it is about as large as the other Elemental Rock dungeons and can be completed as soon as the Lemurian Ship is acquired; doing so is mandatory to grant Felix the Sand Psynergy necessary to complete later dungeons. In Golden Sun: Dark Dawn, Gaia Rock is represented on the world map as a mountain that remains on Nihan, though it can no longer be entered. (Read more...)


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Did You Know...

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  • ...that most non-final bosses in the first game, including Toadonpa, Storm Lizard, and Tempest Lizard, 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 Menardi's Death Size and Karst's Death Scythe are the exact same ability in the GBA games' code but named differently between games?
  • ...that while Lemuria's Lucky Medal Fountain in The Lost Age (but not Tolbi's fountain in Golden Sun) has not been emptied yet, you can press A while facing it without standing on the platform in the center to drink its water and restore your HP and PP?
  • ...that Golden Sun is one of the games referenced by Gulliver in Animal Crossing for GCN, in which he says he retrieved an item from the Karagol Sea?

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