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Eventually, the traveling procession is attacked and surrounded by a mass of Steel-eating Tiger enemies. Fortunately, King Jibral and a group of his soldiers help the village.
Among their ranks is a talented swordfighter named Zola. Zola then reveals her ability to wield a Shadow. The party joins her in confronting a group of Steel-eating Tigers.
Marumaro develops a crush on her and Zola reveals her past to the party. Talta Village is then escorted to Jibral Castle Town. The party has an audience with King Jibral, whom they notify of Nene's existence.
King Jibral knows of the violet clouds, which affect his kingdom as well as Talta and Lago. He agrees to attack Nene's giant Flying Fortress, providing that the party is willing to assist in the battle.
After they agree the battle commences with the destruction of a nearby ancient cube Nene uses to flood Jibral. This brings out Nene and the Jibral army hook his fortress with harpoons and anchor it down.
The boarding parties then attack the Flying Fortress. The party is joined by Zola, who explains that they need to enter the flying fortress and destroy its Eternal Engines.
Along the way, the party is attacked by minions of General Szabo, each with their own element and powers. These are Silent Ku, Heatwave Sai, and other such elementals.
With Zola added to their numbers, the party easily defeats the robotic minions. Along the way, they shut of the fortresses' multiple engines.
They eventually come to a room with two teleporters. Zola takes one and the remainder of the party takes the other. Zola arrives in the room with the final Eternal Engine.
She shuts it off and returns to the place where the boarding parties landed. Shu and his friends find Nene and Szabo near a mechat, which Nene exits the base in shortly after.
Shu, Jiro Kluke and Marumaro then fight Szabo, who prevents them from pursuing their enemy. After destroying Szabo, the party commandeer a mechat and follow Nene.
They succeed in damaging Nene's vehicle but lose him in the violet clouds. Meanwhile, Zola tells the Jibral soldiers to exit the Flying Fortress, which crashes into the water and sinks below the sea.
All the inhabitants and staff of Jibral then attend a party. To follow this, King Jibral gives them the assignment to track down Nene.
He sends Zola to aid the party in these exploits. After the celebrations end, Shu and his friends, now accompanied by Zola, travel to the north of the planet, where Nene was last seen traveling toward.
To do this they must cross a dangerous wasteland called the Laser Fields. Filled with monsters and explosive elements, the place was rarely traversed except in emergencies.
After traveling about halfway across the Fields, there are sudden laser blasts that begin to rain down upon the surface.
These come from moons that have been modified with machinery to blend in, then attack unsuspecting enemies. The malfunctioning moons start to attack Shu and friends who run toward a mound in the distance, which has a hand waving to them.
When they leap in, they find themselves in a city of robots. These robots were built by the ancients to serve various purposes and have built a replica of an ancient town called Baroy Town.
When the companions attempt to buy items or rest at inns, they must use computer terminals. Apparently, the robotic citizens of Baroy town have been awaiting the return of the one they call master for centuries.
The party strikes up a friendship with a robot designated Sixty-one , who shows them the temple that their master lives.
The companions note Nene's symbol on the communicator device shown in the temple before being thrown out by a bad-tempered robot designated Thirty-five.
After this, Shu names the two robots Yasato and Hineto in order of appearance to the derision of his friends. The companions cannot leave Baroy Town the way they came due to lasers, so they search for an alternative route.
A barrier blocks the way to the only alternate route, but Yasato tells them that their magic power could help if they were to travel to the bottom of Baroy Town.
A monster named Blazing Kirrin held the key to deactivate the barrier. After defeating Blazing Kirrin, the party moved on to the surface, thanks to the deactivation of the barrier.
They arrive in an Underground River, which they quickly traverse and arrive in an ancient factory.
They encounter robotic warriors that seek to kill them. Shu realizes that they still think that the war is raging. They try to find a way back to the surface.
When they do, they witness the entire ground beneath them erupt with robots from the factory. Each robot has a screen with Nene on it in place of a head.
They use the special barrier activation device to create a barrier. Realizing the attempt is useless, Nene takes command of the citizens of Baroy Town and makes them attack the companions.
Shocked when they see their friends destroying themselves, the party gets Jiro to shut off the barrier. They are then captured and taken to a prison.
Shu awakens alone in his cell, with Hineto serving him food. Yasato arrives a short while after and frees Shu, explaining that Shu is his master too.
After searching for a while, they see Kluke being removed from her cell on Nene's orders and witness Nene destroying Hineto.
He begins threatening Yasato, which the party prevents him. Nene has his robotic servants attack the party while he flees in a giant machine made up of robots.
Shu and his friends chase after Nene but fail in catching him. When Nene vanishes, they search in vain for a way to follow him and save Kluke.
They eventually reach a town with a barrier around it called Pachess Town. Upon passing through the barrier, they learn from the residents that it is impossible to leave through the barrier and that it is Nene who put the barrier around the town.
In an attempt to escape, Shu uses his Shadow to attack the barrier, but it does nothing to the obstacle. After witnessing this, the residents of the town become terrified and wary of the party, thinking that they are in league with Nene.
The group head to the Elder's house and inform him of their affiliation to King Jibral via one of Zola's rings.
The Elder ends the fear of the residents and the party sleep. They wake up seeing a light behind the Elder's house. They find the Elder manipulating machinery and looking at a mural of a terrible creature destroying the Ancient civilization.
After listening to the Elder's tale, the party recovers a piece of machinery that lets them control the moon laser in the underground of Pachess.
It is then used to successfully destroy the barrier that Nene erected. The Elder thanks them with a strange device and the party travel off in search of Kluke once more.
After traveling a short way, the party witness Nene's fortress rise from a crater. Nene throws Kluke off the fortress, but Shu saves her.
Nene than explains that the collar around Kluke's neck is a bomb with a minute fuse. He promises to deactivate it if the party can reach him.
With Kluke back in their ranks, the party race through Nene's fortress. Along the way, they encounter Szabo, whom Nene rebuilt following the encounter on the Flying Fortress.
After defeating him and his lackeys, they finally encounter their friend, Yasato the robot. After freeing him from an imprisoning sweeper circuit, the party was ambushed by the wrecked Szabo.
Zola tells them to save Kluke while she deals with the general. The remaining four travel upward on a lift to reach Nene in the nick of time.
Nene laughs at the party and praises their progress. He then activates a choke function on Kluke's collar, prompting Shu, Jiro and Marumaro to try to pull it off.
As they begin to succeed, Nene grants them collars of their own, which also choke them. Belatedly realizing that the collar was never meant to explode, the party also learn an amazing secret: the light orbs they swallowed were actually Nene's soul.
The old man extracts the party's spheres and uses their accumulated growth to restore himself to his youth. He changes the party's Shadows into his own Chimaera Shadow and prepares to crush them using an ancient walker transport.
The party, drained, falls unconscious. Shu suddenly wakes up. Although his light sphere was taken, he still has magic that isn't Nene's soul.
He repels the walker and then teleports Jiro, Kluke and Marumaro away. He then flees along with them, promising to return, then Nene ponders how Shu retained his magic.
He finds Jiro, Kluke and Marumaro, who are wondering about Zola, their escape, the collars around their necks and how to destroy the flesh-eating trees that prevent their escape from the village.
Shu attempts to attack the monster tree, but without his Shadow, he is quickly knocked out. After reawakening in the same house where he originally woke, he ponders how to escape.
He ventures out to look at the moon and meets an orphaned girl named Sahlia who is about to commit suicide as she no longer sees a purpose in life.
Shu tries to stop her, but is unable to sway her mind. He triggers a strange knowledge in his head as Jiro arrives to witness an incredible event: the summoning of Shu's Shadow.
Full of self-determination and fury, Shu summons his Shadow, which is far more powerful than the one Nene supplied him with. He is then confronted by his own dark side Dragon, which he easily defeats by unleashing the power of his heart.
Traveling back, he finds Kluke ill and cures her. The remaining party members attempt to summon their own Shadow, to no avail.
Shu then tries to defeat the tree, with the help of his friends. With Shu's Shadow, the tree is defeated and the party leaves.
The party now travels to the world's polar regions, with Jiro, Kluke, and Marumaro trying constantly to regain their Shadows. Eventually, they arrive in the frozen Noluta Village, in this condition thanks to Nene.
They try to free the frozen residents with a machine. It does not respond to Shu's magic, needing the power of more magic.
After hearing the troubles of some of the residents, lights shine in the party's hearts. They all eventually summon their Shadows, defeating their dark sides and regaining their magic.
Combining their magic, the group defeats Nene's mechat, and thaw the ice in Noluta. The grateful residents thank them and they travel through the mountains to make their way around.
After a while, the party finds a group of large clear spires and Zola lands in a stolen mechat. With Zola back, they enter the mechat to find Nene.
Their adversary actually entered the core of the planet and found a way to restore it to the modified version of the Ancients, with cube worlds at the center.
Zola pilots the party's mechat into the Cube World region. Landing on a cube with buildings, they find it reinhabited by the mechanical residents of Baroy Town.
After resting, they visit a cube with ancient creatures populating it. After defeating a dinosaur, Nene challenges them to reach him.
Players can also choose to fight several groups of monsters at once, with each combat taking place immediately after the previous one.
A player who successfully employs this tactic is rewarded with bonuses. Players may use "field skills" to aid in controlling enemy encounters, such as using bombs to paralyze enemies.
The core mechanic in Blue Dragon is the use of magical " shadows ", with each playable character having a distinct shadow modeled after either a dragon , a phoenix , a bat , a minotaur , or a saber-toothed tiger.
Each shadow can be assigned to a single character class from a number of such classes at a time, taking on the attributes and abilities of that class.
As shadows increase in rank in a given class, they learn new skills, which can then be assigned to a limited number of skill slots to be used in combat.
Shadows can be assigned previously learned skills regardless of their current class. Although combat in the game follows a strictly turn-based formula, the turn sequence of the characters you have are calculated based on the speed statistic of the character, and in some cases characters are allowed to strike before enemies can act if they possess sufficient speed.
Different attacks can take varied periods of time to execute. Another combat timing mechanic featured in the game is the "Charge Meter", which allows players to increase the power of spells or attacks by spending additional time preparing them.
This meter is always used for spell casting, as well as when using the "Charge Attack" skill used by the "Monk" class.
Although players can choose to act immediately, an ability will become more powerful the longer that the player charges the attack.
However, the greater the amount of time one charges attacks, the longer the charging character must wait before the next turn. As a result of this, players can choose to charge up an ability so that the ability triggers shortly before an enemy acts, or can instead aim for the "sweet spot", a special red area on the charging bar, indicating a charge that allows for less time until the next attack, as well as a smaller mana cost.
Overall, deciding on the correct amount of charge and letting go of the button at precisely that time can greatly influence the effectiveness of each character's attacks during combat.
Blue Dragon takes place in a fictional open-world environment where every year for the past ten years, purple clouds have mysteriously appeared in the sky, signaling misfortune and disaster for people across the world.
For years, a terrifying beast dubbed the "Land Shark", and other lost technologies, such as the "sea cube" came with the purple clouds, killing thousands of people and destroying a number of villages.
On an unnamed world, the legendary purple clouds arrive in Talta Village which is the home of Shu, Kluke, and Jiro. While the other villagers seek shelter, Shu and Jiro slow down the Land Shark.
After encountering troubles, Kluke saves them. Together, the three trap the Land Shark in a net, but the Land Shark breaks free and rushes away, with Shu, Jiro, and Kluke dangling from its back.
They discover the Land Shark is really a machine—a "Mechat". Without warning, the mechat comes to life, only this time sailing into the sky, again carrying the three with it.
The party arrives at a giant Mechat base in the clouds and are tossed into the throne room of Nene, the apparent leader. Nene explains to them how he enjoys hearing the screams of the dying victims of the Land Shark.
The party battles Nene, but are easily defeated. The party find three small floating spheres in the middle of the room; a mysterious voice commands them to swallow the spheres.
The party refuses, and instead hold onto the spheres for safekeeping. As they try to reach another Mechat to escape the base, they are forced to fight a large army of Nene's robots.
When the battle seems it will never end, and with the unseen voice promising them knowledge of how to pilot the Mechat, the party members eat the spheres.
As they consume the spheres, a strange transformation occurs to each, changing the forms of their shadows into powerful beings that are able to destroy the robot army.
The party escapes the base and crash in a desert. After becoming familiar with their new shadows, the party travels to Talta village, befriending Marumaro on the way, who also possesses a magical shadow.
Finding that the villagers from Talta have started to head towards the capital city of Jibral, the party takes off after them.
Just outside Jibral, the party finds the villagers attacked by Steel-Eating Tigers. They are saved by the arrival of King Jibral and his forces, including Zola.
Once the villagers are brought to Jibral, the King decides to implement a plan to destroy one of Nene's bases near Jibral using Shu and his friends along with Zola.
After the base is destroyed, the party heads north in search of Nene. Nene captures Kluke, and places a collar around her neck which Nene alleges will explode.
After reaching Nene, Zola separates from the party to buy them time to attack Nene. When the party attempts to remove Kluke's collar, Nene absorbs the party's shadows by placing collars on all of them.
After taking their powers and placing them in himself, he removes their collars and attempts to kill them before they recover. Shu, despite being drained of magical ability, unconsciously teleports the party to the distant Devour village.
In Devour Village, they find themselves unable to escape the village without their magic, because the community is surrounded by evil trees.
Shu has an epiphany and finds himself able to summon his dragon shadow without his sphere. Shu destroys the Eat Yeet in Devour Village, and the party is finally able to leave.
Eventually all the party are able to summon their shadows again. At that point, the party reunites with Zola, who supplies a Mechat for them to pursue Nene.
The party follows Nene to the Primitive Cube at the core of the transformation. The party journeys through the cube eventually defeating General Szabo and ultimately engaging Nene.
As the party weakens Nene, it is revealed that Zola was working for Nene all along, and she was the voice that told the others to swallow the spheres.
When Zola was too weak to defend herself, Nene had given her a shadow and sent her to Jibral as a spy.
Zola betrays and kills Nene choosing her friends over him. Deathroy, the small creature that has been on Nene's shoulder removes himself from his masters body and absorbs Nene's remaining life force.
Deathroy is revealed to be Destroy, the biomechanical weapon that destroyed the legendary ancients that once tried to bring peace to the world.
The party defeats Destroy, melting him in lava. The party then quickly escapes from the melting cube to rejoin their families.
Blue Dragon was first revealed on February 24, as one of two unnamed role-playing games in development by Mistwalker Studios for the console which later came to be known as the Xbox It's a main priority for me in the next 12—18 months to ensure Japanese developers are our partners.
The title's original story was written by Hironobu Sakaguchi , the game director of the first five Final Fantasy video games.
It also features art from Akira Toriyama , the creator of Dragon Ball and visual character and monster designer and illustrator of both the Dragon Quest series and Chrono Trigger.
Much of the actual software development work on the game was done at Artoon , with Takuya Matsumoto serving as director and Manabu Kusonoki responsible for the game's world view.
Matsumoto previously worked as a designer on Blinx 2: Masters of Time and Space , while Kusonoki is known for his work at Sega , including the world of Panzer Dragoon.