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The Living Armor and Puppet Warrior are enemies that are randomly battled in Golden Sun: The Lost Age. These monsters, resembling animated suits of hefty medieval armor armed with an axe and a shield, are palette swaps of each other that have differing levels of power and defense and are fought in different locations in the game.

In Golden Sun: The Lost Age[edit]

Living Armor[edit]

Living Armor.png

A Living Armor is a level 27 variant in a suit with a comparatively blue hue, with a red chest area and shield design. In The Lost Age, it is fought throughout Tundaria Tower and Ankohl Ruins.

The Living Armor is potentially very strong, and has a high Defense rating to make up for its average HP rating among the monsters fought in either dungeon location. It has the lowest Agility rating, though.

A Living Armor's statistics are as follows:

Name HP PP Attack Defense Agility Luck
Living Armor 201 0 266 99 90 21
Elemental Resistances Turns Exp Coins Item Dropped Drop Rate
Star mercury.gif 152   Star mars.gif 100   Star venus.gif 72   Star jupiter.gif 25 1 320 205 Water of Life.gif Water of Life 1/128

A Living Armor uses these battle commands:

Command Chance
to use
Elem. Stats
used with *
Description
Attack 4/8
(50%)
-- Standard physical attack.
Power Crush 2/8
(25%)
Star venus.gif 100 Power
Star venus.gif Level 0
Enemy ability where the user charges forward while cloaked in a large yellow orb of energy, and powerfully tackles into a targeted Adept with a large orange explosion. Deals a Venus-aligned standard physical attack equal to its normal physical attack with the end result multiplied by 1.2, and if the target is not downed by this attack, there is a chance the target's current HP will be reduced to 1.
Defend 2/8
(25%)
-- Standard Defend command which halves all damage the user takes during this turn.


Puppet Warrior[edit]

Puppet Warrior.png

A Puppet Warrior is a level 36 variant in a suit with a comparatively wine-colored hue, with a blue chest area and shield design. In The Lost Age, it is fought in the deeper, tougher portion of Treasure Isle.

The Puppet Warrior has the highest Defense rating of the monsters in the deeper Treasure Isle area, but ties with the Pyrodra for having the lowest Agility. Its average HP evens out its sturdiness when compared to the Pyrodra, and both are generally outclassed by the Ocean Dragon with its much higher HP rating. Generally, with its ability to take more physical hits than usual with monsters in general, it might be able to use the potentially death-dealing Power Crush on you before you can fell it if you're particularly underleveled. It is best dealt with by targeting it with your strongest offensive area-of-effect Jupiter and maybe Venus Psynergies.

A Puppet Warrior's statistics are as follows:

Name HP PP Attack Defense Agility Luck
Puppet Warrior 310 0 469 180 125 22
Elemental Resistances Turns Exp Coins Item Dropped Drop Rate
Star mercury.gif 152   Star mars.gif 100   Star venus.gif 72   Star jupiter.gif 25 1 555 283 Psy Crystal.gif Psy Crystal 1/64

A Puppet Warrior uses these battle commands:

Command Chance
to use
Elem. Stats
used with *
Description
Attack 4/8
(50%)
-- Standard physical attack.
Power Crush 2/8
(25%)
Star venus.gif 100 Power
Star venus.gif Level 0
Enemy ability where the user charges forward while cloaked in a large yellow orb of energy, and powerfully tackles into a targeted Adept with a large orange explosion. Deals a Venus-aligned standard physical attack equal to its normal physical attack with the end result multiplied by 1.2, and if the target is not downed by this attack, there is a chance the target's current HP will be reduced to 1.
Defend 2/8
(25%)
-- Standard Defend command which halves all damage the user takes during this turn.


Estre Baron[edit]

Estre Baron.png

Like with all other enemy lines introduced in The Lost Age that seem to have only two variants, a third palette-swapped variant to this line exists in the code of the game cart and was even given its own name, but has none of its statistics and abilities coded beyond weak placeholder abilities. Had it been used, it would have appeared as a variant in a suit with a comparatively blue hue, with a green chest area and shield design named Estre Baron.

Category:Unused enemies


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