Tataxe Skip to main content. Speak to the guy in the upper right corner near the chocolate machine, then return to the previous house. Savyna can take care of the boss on her own. The first area is linear so just proceed north to the next screen.
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Baten Kaitos 2 (Manual)(JP)(GameCube)(GC)
Rather than equipping characters with weapons and armor, these are drawn from the deck during battles and equipped only temporarily. Hence, equipment and even attack types exist as cards, rather than as statistics associated with the characters. The combat system is substantially different when compared to that of the original Baten Kaitos. Instead of each character having their own deck of Magnus cards, all characters use cards from a single deck and play from a single hand.
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