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Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals ROM

Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals rom

The Lufia II – Rise of the Sinistrals ROM is available to play for Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). This game is the US English version and can be played using the BSNES or HIGAN (SNES) Emulator on Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and IOS devices.

About

Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals, known as Estpolis Denki II (エストポリス伝記II, Biography of Estpolis II) in Japan, and as simply Lufia in Europe and Australia, is an RPG game with puzzle elements developed by Neverland and published in Japan in 1995 by Taito, and in North America and Europe in 1996 by Natsume and Nintendo respectively, for the SNES.

The game is a prequel to Lufia & the Fortress of Doom. It follows the story of the first main character’s ancestor, Maxim, and explains the origins of the war between mankind and a group of gods called the Sinistrals. Lufia II made a number of changes from the first game. Dungeons no longer have random encounters and there are hundreds of puzzles throughout the game, ranging from simple to extremely challenging. It also introduced new skills, such as a variety of weapons that could be used to stun monsters or solve puzzles, and IP attacks.

Narrative

The game is a prequel, set ninety-nine years before Lufia & the Fortress of Doom, which tells the story of how the Sinistrals first appeared in the world and the battles fought against them. The story is centered around the hero Maxim, a swordsman from the town of Elcid who is born with a natural ability to fight and is destined to destroy the Sinistrals. Throughout his journey, he meets other warriors who are able to confront the Sinistrals as well. The game’s protagonist is Maxim, a talented swordsman from the town of Elcid. Little about his past is mentioned in the game, but the game begins to follow him when a mysterious woman named Iris tells him that he is to go on a journey.

Throughout the game, Maxim is joined by other talented warriors or ‘Heroes of Legend’ such as Tia, his childhood friend, who has a romantic interest in Maxim; Guy, a wandering warrior who joins Maxim after he rescued his sister; Dekar, the powerful bodyguard of Prince Alex of Bound Kingdom; Lexis, a brilliant inventor; Artea, an elven bowman; and Selan, commander of the Parcelyte army who becomes Maxim’s wife in mid-story. The game’s antagonists are the Sinistrals, a group of four godlike beings bent on world domination. They are led by Daos, the Sinistral of Terror, who seeks an ultimate weapon to use against the people of the world. His three subordinates are Gades, the Sinistral of Destruction, who is credited with the destruction of two entire cities; Amon, the Sinistral of Chaos, who is known to be a brilliant tactician; and Erim, the Sinistral of Death.

File Name

Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals

Cart Size

1.79MB

Region

USA

Version

1.0

Publisher

Neverland

Genre

RPG

Platform

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)

Release Date

February 24, 1995

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Game Genie is the name for a selection of video game enhancers developed by Codemasters and distributed by Galoob in the United States.

Each device provides an opportunity to customize gameplay, allowing players to take advantage of features not originally intended by developers, such as cheating, altering elements within a game, as well as unlocking hidden functions and assets.

To use Game Genie codes on BSNES. Load the rom and head over to the tools tab. Select Cheat editor and insert your game genie code. Ensure the "enable cheats" box is ticked for the codes to take effect.

List of Game Genie Codes for Lufia II - Rise of the Sinistrals

    1. Use Equip Strongest In Equip Menu To Increase Stats
      EE64-DDDD
      D46D-D4FA
    2. Use Equip Strongest In Equip Menu To Increase Stats (Different Code)
      EE64-D46D
    3. Greater Damage
      DD68-D7AD
    4. Attack Power, Strength, Defense Up To 999
      DDE0-DDDD
      14A9-D4FA
    5. Level 22 After One Battle
      EEEC-17A1
    6. Level 99 After One Battle
      6EEB-DDDD
      17A1-D4FA
    7. Level 99 After One Battle (Different Code)
      6EEB-17A1
    8. No Battles
      DFED-F4D5
      EE65-4F69
      A46E-4D09
    9. Have 999 HP
      EEEE-4FD9
      Note: Infinite HP when first activated, start at 999 after loading saved game.
    10. 13 Gauntlets After Equipping Item
      EEE0-1DD9
    11. 59 Gauntlets
      5560-3FD3
    12. Loaded Games Have Maximum Attributes
      EEE0-1461
    13. Load Or Start New Game With 167 For Stats and 155 HP and 160 MP
      E3E9-17A1
    14. 1000 Gold
      EEED-4D65
    15. 20,000 Gold
      EEED-45A5
    16. 35,000 Gold
      EEED-4F05
    17. Opponents Always Miss
      EEE7-4FD5
    18. Opponents Always Miss (Different Code)
      EEE5-4FD5
    19. Kill Enemy With One Hit
      EEE7-44D5
    20. Enemy Will Miss You
      EEE5-4FD5
    21. Unequipping An Item Will Add An Item
      EEEF-17DC
    22. Get Zircon Armor When Item Is Unequipped
      48EF-170C
    23. Get Deadly Sword When Item Is Unequipped
      01EF-170C
    24. Get War Rapier When Item Is Unequipped
      0CEF-170C
    25. Get Deadly Sword When Item Is Unequipped
      19EF-170C
    26. Get Zircon Armor When Item Is Unequipped
      56EF-170C
    27. Get Zircon Armor When Item Is Unequipped
      2EEF-170C
    28. Get Many Items When Going To Status Screen
      EEE2-1D0C
    29. Glitchy Start-Up But Speeds Up The Gameplay (Ie. Walking, Battle, Speech)
      EE60-DDDD
    30. Cut-Up Or Missing Body Pixels
      EE60-0DDD
    31. Reset Game At Title
      EE60-3DDD
    32. Saturated Color Of Town And Dungeon
      EEE0-3DDD
    33. Saturated Color Of Town And Dungeon #2
      5560-3FDF
    34. Screen Messed Up When You Talk To People
      7E62-37DF
    35. Blackout After Using “RESET” Magic In Dungeon
      0060-3DDE
    36. Using “RESET” Magic Will Reset The Game
      0060-34DE
    37. Using Button B or Y (Swing Sword/Shoot Arrow) In Dungeon Will Reset Game
      0020-37DE
    38. ???? Magic Store
      EEEF-4F69
      Note: Go to an Item Shop and buy 3 or 4 different items. After doing the first step, ho to the Spell Shop and you can now buy spells for Guy and Maxim that they cannot normally have but now can.

Note: For the next 11 codes, please note that you cannot save the Status changes.

    1. 999 For ATP/DFP/STR (But Heal Enemy When You Hit Them)
      EEE0-1FD9
    2. Lower ATP/DFP/STR
      ?EE0-14D9
    3. Lower ATP/DFP/STR
      EEE0-1D69
    4. 999 ATP/DFP/STR, Up To 9999 Damage
      DDE0-1D69
      Note: Weapons will have the opposite effect when this code is enabled.
    5. 999 ATP/DFP/STR
      ?DE0-1F69
    6. 999 ATP/DFP/STR (Only After Unequipping The Item)
      EEE0-1469
    7. 999 ATP Only (Heal Enemy When Hit Them
      EEE0-1769
    8. 999 STR Only (But Lower Other Status
      EEE0-1D09
    9. 999 ATP/DFP/STR
      DDE0-1409
    10. 999 ATP/DFP/STR (Kill Some Enemies While Healing Some)
      55E0-1DA9
    11. Repeat Item On Line 58
      EE65-34D4
      Note: You can get a few new items and feed your capsule monsters at the same time even without the required item. Go to line 58 of the “FEED” item list. By moving the item in line 58 you get the same item in the line you move. Feed one item and move the item from line 58 again. You get new and same item from time to time.

Battle/Fight Enemy Codes

    1. Fight Against 4 Enemy In Group
      ??60-4FD9
    2. Fight With Only One Enemy
      EE60-47D9
    3. Fight 2X Enemy In Group
      5560-47D9
    4. Fight More Enemy
      5560-4Fd9
    5. Fight Less Enemy (DD = More & EE = Less)
      ??60-4709
    6. Fight More Enemy
      EE60-4FA9
    7. No Enemy To Fight (Win Instantly When Going Into Battle And No EXP)
      EE65-4F69
    8. No Enemy To Fight (Win Instantly When Going Into Battle And No EXP – This Code List With The Other Group)
      A46E-4D09
    9. Group Of 5 Goblin And 1 Random Enemy Each Time Encounter
      556E-4DD9
    10. Group Of 6 Goblin
      006E-4DD9
    11. Group Of 6 Goblin
      AA6E-4DD9
    12. Group Of 5 Goblin
      556E-44D9
    13. Kill The Enemy And When You Encounter Another There Will Be No Enemy To Fight
      556E-47D9
      : Entering places or using “Reset” magic may bring them back.
    14. Group Of 6 Goblin
      EE6E-4D69
    15. REAPPEAR
      556E-4769
    16. “Fight Certain Number Of Enemy” (Base Code)
      ??6E-4D09
      Note: If you see a ?, it is an unknown enemy and if you see #, it is an unknown number of that enemy type.

       

      • 00: 5 Web Spider, Idura
      • 01: 6 Poison Beetle
      • 02: 5 Mega Moth, ?
      • 03: 5 Big Bee, 1 Goblin
      • 04: 6 Red Lobster
      • 05: 6 Mosquito
      • 06: 6 Coridras
      • 08: 6 Armour Nail
      • 09: 6 Beetle
      • 0A: 6 Moth
      • 0B: 5 Spinner, Daos
      • 0C: 5 Tartona, 1 Goblin
      • 0D: 6 Small Crab
      • 0E: 6 Dark Fly
      • 0F: 6 Big Crab
      • 10: # Behemoth
      • 11: # Current
      • 12: # Crow Kelp
      • 13: # Red Plant
      • 14: # White Whale
      • 15: # Vampire Rose
      • 16: # Desert Rose
      • 17: # Griavos
      • 18: # Torrent
      • 19: # Perch
      • 1A: # Mad Ent
      • 1B: 6 Venus Fly
      • 1C: 6 Moray Vine
      • 1D: # Kraken
      • 1E: 6 La Fleshia
      • 1F: # Killer Whale
      • 22: 4 Goblin, 1 Dark Fly, 1 Cyclops
      • 26: (Graphic Glitch)
      • 28: 2 Seirein, 3 Goblin, 1 Daniele
      • 2A: 6 Goblin
      • 2C: 4 Goblin, 1 Vampire, 1 Lizardman
      • 3C: 4 Seirein, 1 Goblin, 1 Regal Goblin
      • 3E: 6 Goblin
      • 40: # Thunderbeast
      • 41: 6 Shadow Fly
      • 42: 5 Bruse
      • 41: Ice Rogue
      • 43: 5 Bat, ?
      • 44: 5 Gnome, Gold Dragon
      • 45: 6 Shadow
      • 46: # Lion
      • 47: 6 Wispy
      • 48: # Armor Horse
      • 49: # Lunar Bear
      • 4A: 6 Buffalo
      • 4B: # Sphinx
      • 4C: 6 Mad Horse
      • 4D: 5 Seirein, Copper Dragon
      • 4E: 6 Big Bat
      • 50: 6 Specter
      • 51: 6 Snatcher
      • 52: 6 Dark Skull
      • 53: 6 Hades Skull
      • 54: 6 Ghoul
      • 55: 6 Jurahan
      • 56: 6 Demise
      • 57: 6 Zombie
      • 58: # Hade Chariot
      • 59: 6 Dark Spirit
      • 5A: # Hade
      • 5B: # Leech
      • 5C: 6 Necromancer
      • 5D: 6 Wheel Eel
      • 5E: 6 Mummy
      • 5F: 6 Skeleton
      • 70: 6 Baby Frog
      • 71: 6 Lizard
      • 72: 5 Cokatoris, Follower
      • 73: 6 Scorpion
      • 74: 6 Hawk
      • 75: 6 Newt
      • 76: 6 Needle Lizard
      • 77: # Crow
      • 78: 6 Ramia
      • 79: 6 King Frog
      • 7A: 6 Basilisk
      • 7B: 6 Poison Lizard
      • 7C: 6 Medusa
      • 7D: 6 Red Bat
      • 7E: 6 Antares
      • 7F: 6 Eagle
      • 8C: 1 Troll, 3 Regal Goblin, 2 Gargoyle
      • 8E: 1 Moth
      • 8F: 6 Goblin
      • 90: 6 Garbost
      • 91: 5 Moray, Gades
      • 92: 6 Ammonite
      • 93: 6 Evil Fish
      • 94: 6 Sentopez
      • 95: 6 She Viper
      • 96: 6 Angler Fish
      • 97: 6 Cancer
      • 98: 6 Drill Shell
      • 99: 6 Bolt Fish
      • 9A: 6 Shell
      • 9B: 6 Unicorn
      • 9C: 6 Evil Shell
      • 9D: 6 Stinger
      • 9E: 6 Squid
      • 9F: 6 Armor Bee
      • A0: 1 Archfiend
      • A1: 2 Goblin, 1 Angler Fish
      • A7: 1 Bolt Fish
      • AB: 4 Goblin, Goblin Mage, Armor Goblin
      • AC: 5 Goblin, 1 Demise
      • AD: 1 Ork Mage, 1 Armor Goblin
      • AF: 1 Dragonian
      • D1: 6 Web Spider
      • D2: 3 Goblin, 2 Mosquito
      • D3: 6 Goblin
      • D5: 6 Goblin
      • D8: 6 Goblin
      • DA: 6 Goblin
      • DB: 3 Goblin, 1 Troll
      • DD: (Normal)
      • DE: 6 Goblin
      • E3: 4 Goblin, 2 Armor Goblin
      • ED: 6 Goblin
    17. Fight Erim (A Boss)
      EEE1-4DD5
      Note: Effective in dungeon where you meet the same enemy again. First, meet the monster, second, run away, third, meet that same monster. Since Erim is so big graphic wise, it is bit glitchy, but if you kill her, you will get 50,000 EXP and Gold.
    18. Fight Erim (A Boss) #2
      EEEB-4D65
    19. Fight Erim (A Boss) #3
      EEEB-4F65
    20. Fight Erim (A Boss) #4
      EEEB-4FA5

Miscellaneous Additional Codes

  1. Get More Gold (1000+)
    EEED-4D65
  2. Get Much More Gold (20,000+)
    ??ED-4FD5
  3. Get Much More Gold (20,000+)
    EEED-4DA5
  4. Get Lots More Gold (35,000+)
    EEED-4F05
  5. Get Lots And Lots More Gold (55,000+)
    ??ED-44D5
  6. Some Groups Of Enemy Does Not Attack Your Party Through The Battle
    EEE3-4705
  7. Some Groups Of Enemy Does Not Attack Your Party Through The Battle #2
    EEEE-44D5
  8. Some Groups Of Enemy Does Not Attack Your Party Through The Battle #3
    EEEE-4405
  9. Fight Gades After Swinging A Sword Or Shooting An Arrow In The Dungeon Or Cave
    EE2E-340E
  10. Cannot Select Any Battle Options
    EEAE-4DD5
  11. Repeating Damage Number But No Effect
    EEB5-C7D5
  12. Automatic Target Yourself When You Use Magic
    EEA0-CDD5
  13. Target The Enemy With Magic And You Get The Effect
    EEA0-CD65
  14. Swing Sword Or Shoot Arrow Downward No Matter Where You Facing
    EE28-37DE
  15. Delay Swing And Shoot
    EE28-3D6E
  16. One Star Appears When You Step On The HP/MP Healing Symbols
    EE2B-3DDE
  17. Loading Any Game Will Max Out Characters Status (HP/MP Included)
    EEE0-1701
  18. In Battle: After A Round, It Say “(Enemy Name) Loses Mirrors” And Game Resets
    EE60-1FD1
  19. In Battle: After A Round, It Say “(Enemy Name) Normalizes” And Game Resets
    EE60-14D1
  20. In Battle: When You Attack, Your Character Uses Some Kind Of Magic And Game Resets Afterward
    EE61-1DD1
  21. One Blinking Town-Man (in Elcid)
    EE60-3DD2
  22. Another Blinking Town-Man
    EE60-3D62
  23. No Door-Sound When Enter Building
    EE6E-3DD2
  24. Pick Up Vase Turn The Spot Where Vase Was At Into Objects (Road, Bridge, Background, Etc.)
    EEE0-37D2
  25. Duplicating Vase Where It Sat (Vase Turns Real But Cannot Pick Up After Awhile)
    EEE1-3DD2
  26. No Damage Number Show When Get Hit But Damage Still Occurs
    FF60-34D5
  27. “Last Slot” Code
    1234-567x
  28. Everybody “MISS” When Attack
    EE68-DF6D
  29. Party Cannot Attack But Enemy Gives More Damage To Party
    EE68-D40D
  30. Heal Party When Received Attack And Give Higher Damage To Enemy or Vice-Versa
    ??68-D7AD
  31. Get Higher Status By Choosing “EQUIP STRONGEST” In Equip Screen
    EE64-D46D
    Note: You cannot save these changes.
  32. Infinite 999 HP
    EEEE-4FD9
    Note: This code cannot be used with the next MP code. Only one or the other cane be used. If both are used, the MP code is in effect.
  33. Infinite 999 MP In Battle And Out Of Battle
    EEEE-44D9
  34. Magic Store – Buy Any Magic For Any Character
    EEEF-4F69
    Note: Be sure to buy 3 or 4 items from the Item Shop first. This is an unknown requirement but required. Then go to the Magic Shop and you can buy magic for anyone.
  35. Show Max Status When You Highlight Items To Be Equip But No Effect
    EEE2-1D0C
  36. Show Max Status When You Highlight Items To Be Equip But No Effect #2
    EEEC-4409
  37. Show Time And Gold In Equip Menu
    EEE3-1DAC
  38. Unequipping Item Will Add That Item
    EEEF-17DC
  39. Get Item When Unequipping
    ??EF-170C
    Item Modifiers
    Note: When unequipping a blank line you will add the following item to your inventory.

     

    • 00: Scimitar
    • 01: Deadly Sword
    • 02: Beserk Blade
    • 03: Multi Sword
    • 04: Gladius
    • 05: Suhrcustom11
    • 06: Bronze Sword
    • 07: Cold Rapier
    • 08: Long Sword
    • 09: Deadly Sword
    • 0A: Beserk Blade
    • 0B: Fire Dagger
    • 0C: War Rapier
    • 0D: Light Knife
    • 0E: Rockbreaker
    • 0F: Kukri
    • 10: Buster Sword
    • 11: Old Sword
    • 12: Sky Sword
    • 13: Snow Sword
    • 14: Flying Blow
    • 15: Lizard Blow
    • 16: Zirco Sword
    • 17: Super Sword
    • 18: Myth Blade
    • 19: Rune Rapier
    • 1A: Gade’s Blade
    • 1B: Sizzle Sword
    • 1C: Blaze Sword
    • 1D: Freeze Sword
    • 1E: Fry Sword
    • 1F: Silver Sword
    • 20: Eron Dress
    • 21: Bright Cloth
    • 22: Old Armor
    • 23: Zircon Plate
    • 24: Deadly Armor
    • 25: Power Robe
    • 26: Magic Scale
    • 27: Deadly Armor
    • 28: Royal Dress
    • 29: Bright Armor
    • 2A: Full Mail
    • 2B: Holy Robe
    • 2C: Ghost Clothes
    • 2D: Heal Armor
    • 2E: Zircon Armor
    • 2F: Metal Jacket
    • 30: Small Shield
    • 31: Buckler
    • 32: Brone Shield
    • 33: Anger Brace
    • 34: Pearl Armor
    • 35: Mini Shield
    • 36: Wood Shield
    • 37: Chop Board
    • 38: Kite Shield
    • 39: Hide Shield
    • 3A: Tough Gloves
    • 3B: Bracelet
    • 3C: Power Brace
    • 3D: Mirak Plate
    • 3E: Block Shield
    • 3F: Ruse Armor
    • 40: Boomerang
    • 41: Ex-Boomer
    • 42: Providence
    • 43: Secret Fruit
    • 44: Terror Ball
    • 45: Dragon Tooth
    • 46: Green Tea
    • 47: Ear Pick
    • 48: Dragon Egg
    • 49: Big Boomer
    • 4A: Curselifter
    • 4B: Escape
    • 4C: Warp
    • 4D: Ice Ball
    • 4E: Holy Fruit
    • 4F: Fire Ball
    • 50: Bronze Axe
    • 51: Rainy Axe
    • 52: Deadly Rod
    • 53: Deadly Rod
    • 54: Thunder Axe
    • 55: Great Axe
    • 56: Zirco Axe
    • 57: Hand Axe
    • 58: Rod
    • 59: Flying Axe
    • 5A: Staff
    • 5B: Mega Axe
    • 5C: Mace
    • 5D: Egg Sword
    • 5E: Sleep Rod
    • 5F: Franshiska
    • 60: Crystal Wand
    • 61: Zirco Rod
    • 62: Cutter Whip
    • 63: Royal Whip
    • 64: Morning Star
    • 65: Zirco Flail
    • 66: Spark Staff
    • 67: Pounder Rod
    • 68: Chain
    • 69: Silver Rod
    • 6A: Aqua Whip
    • 6B: Whip
    • 6C: Wire
    • 6D: Long Staff
    • 6E: Holy Whip
    • 6F: Holy Staff
    • 70: Flame Fruit
    • 71: Dual Blade
    • 72: Insect Crush
    • 73: Long Knife
    • 74: Dark Fruit
    • 75: Frypan
    • 76: Knife
    • 77: Earth Fruit
    • 78: Battle Knife
    • 79: Magic Fruit
    • 7A: Dagger
    • 7B: Small Knife
    • 7C: Rapier
    • 7D: Breeze Fruit
    • 7E: Short Sword
    • 7F: Charm Fruit
    • 80: Holy Wings
    • 81: Toga
    • 82: Metal Mail
    • 83: Silk Toga
    • 84: Tight Dress
    • 85: Chain Armor
    • 86: Thick Cloth
    • 87: Chainmail
    • 88: Plated Cloth
    • 89: Ironmail
    • 8A: Iron Plate
    • 8B: Stone Plate
    • 8C: Long Robe
    • 8D: Camu Armor
    • 8E: Silver Armor
    • 8F: Baggy
    • 90: Dekar Blade
    • 91: Deadly Sword
    • 92: Lucky Blade
    • 93: Mist Rapier
    • 94: Silvo Rapier
    • 95: Deadly Sword
    • 96: Luck Rapier
    • 97: Burn Sword
    • 98: Red Saber
    • 99: Crazy Blade
    • 9A: Lucky Blade
    • 9B: Luck Rapier
    • 9C: Aqua Sword
    • 9D: Broadsword
    • 9E: Boom Sword
    • 9F: Estok
    • A0: Quilted Silk
    • A1: Power Cape
    • A2: Revive Armor
    • A3: Crystal Mail
    • A4: Silver Mail
    • A5: Magic Bikini
    • A6: Silver Robe
    • A7: Power Jacket
    • A8: Plati Plate
    • A9: Metal Armor
    • AA: Silk Robe
    • AB: Evening Gown
    • AC: Plate Armor
    • AD: Light Jacket
    • AE: Crystal Robe
    • AF: Metal Coat
    • B0: Spear
    • B1: Halberd
    • B2: Superdriver
    • B3: Stun Gun
    • B4: Fatal Pick
    • B5: Heavy Lance
    • B6: Water Spear
    • B7: Fatal Pick
    • B8: Coma Hit
    • B9: Trident
    • BA: Figgoru
    • BB: Dragon Spear
    • BC: Vice Pliers
    • BD: Zirco Whip
    • BE: Battledriver
    • BF: Air Whip
    • C0: Apron
    • C1: Cloth
    • C2: Tough Hide
    • C3: Light Dress
    • C4: Cursed Bow
    • C5: Lab-Coat
    • C6: Hide Armor
    • C7: Arty’s Bow
    • C8: Cloth Armor
    • C9: Dress
    • CA: Coat
    • CB: Frock
    • CC: Robe
    • CD: Launcher
    • CE: Light Armor
    • CF: Freeze Bow
    • D0: Ex-Potion
    • D1: Hi-Magic
    • D2: Mystery Pin
    • D3: Power Gourd
    • D4: Potion
    • D5: Ex-Magic
    • D6: Regain
    • D7: Hi-Potion
    • D8: Awake
    • D9: Magic Jar
    • DA: Shriek
    • DB: Miracle
    • DC: Antidote
    • DE: Mind Gourd
    • DF: Charred Newt
    • E0: Big Shield
    • E1: Silvo Shield
    • E2: Gold Shield
    • E3: Plati Gloves
    • E4: Pearl Brace
    • E5: Spike Shield
    • E6: Slash Shield
    • E7: Fayza Shield
    • E8: Tect Buckler
    • E9: Tall Shield
    • EA: Gold Gloves
    • EB: Mage Shield
    • EC: Tuff Buckler
    • ED: Tecto Gloves
    • EE: Plati Shield
    • EF: Round Shield
    • F0: Speed Potion
    • F1: Brave
    • F2: Confuse Ball
    • F3: Freeze Ball
    • F4: Spell Potion
    • F5: Pear Cider
    • F6: Sour Cider
    • F7: Power Potion
    • F8: Apple Cider
    • F9: Mind Potion
    • FA: Sleep Ball
    • FB: Lime Cider
    • FC: Plum Cider
    • FD: Magic Guard
    • FE: Smoke Ball
    • FF: Life Potion
  40. Raise GUT During Level Up
    33E4-17A1
  41. Level-Up To Level 22 In One Battle
    EEEC-17A1
  42. Level-Up To Level 83 In One Battle
    EEEB-17A1
  43. Raise To Level 99 In One Battle
    6EEB-17A1
  44. Major Stat Increases With Level-Up
    EEE0-17A1
  45. Effect Window Border In Menu Screen
    EE60-1DD6
  46. Enemy Gives Higher Damage (1000-9999)
    EEE5-4D65
  47. Enemy Gives Higher Damage (1000-9999) #2
    EEE5-4DA5
  48. Enemy Gives Higher Damage (1000-9999) #3
    EEE7-4D65
  49. Enemy Gives Higher Damage (1000-9999) #4
    EEE7-4D05
  50. Enemy Cannot Hit You “MISS”
    EEE5-4FD5
  51. Kill Enemy With A Single Hit From Normal Or Magic Attack Know How Much HP The Enemy Has
    EEE7-44D5
  52. Enemies Always Drops An Item After Battle If They’re Carrying An Item
    6DE9-34D1
    DCE9-3401