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Final Fantasy Legend II
Final Fantasy Legend II boxart
サ・ガ2 秘宝伝説
Sa·Ga 2: Hihou Densetsu
Developer(s) Square
Publisher(s) Square
Sunsoft (1998 rerelease)
Release date Game Boy
Japan December 14, 1990
North America November 1, 1991
North America December 31, 1998 (rerelease)
Nintendo DS
Japan September 17, 2009
Genre RPG
Game modes Single player
Ratings N/A
Platform(s) Game Boy
Nintendo DS

Final Fantasy Legend II, originally released as SaGa 2: Hihou Densetsu (Sa・Ga2: 秘宝伝説, lit. Sa・Ga2 ~ The Treasure Legend) in Japan, is a game released for the Nintendo Game Boy. The game was a sequel to The Final Fantasy Legend game and was renamed Final Fantasy Legend II.

A remake for the Nintendo DS, titled SaGa 2: Hihō Densetsu Goddess of Destiny was released exclusively in Japan in 2009.

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Story

"...MAGI...
The symbol of great power. The legacy of the ancient gods who made this world.
Many fought for the mighty power. Some won and some failed.
Now.... another legend of bravery is about to begin....
"
—Intro

A great tower is located in the world and connects various other worlds together. All these worlds contain MAGI, fragments of an ancient Goddess who existed several eons ago. The party sets out to gather the MAGI to prevent those with sinister methods from collecting it and becoming new Gods.

Gameplay

At the beginning of the game, the player creates their party. They are given a choice of four races, three of which are from the original Legend:

  • Humans - Humans do not learn any abilities, but their stats increase randomly after battles depending on equipment used. They have the most equipment slots and are able to take potions to increase their stats.
  • Mutants (called Espers in the Japanese version) - Like Humans, Mutants get random stat increases after a battle. They also may learn or forget a skill, with up to a total of four skills being available to learn.
  • Monsters - Monsters get stronger by defeating other monsters. After an enemy is defeated in battle they may drop some meat which the monster can eat, turning them into a new monster thus increasing their stats and possibly teaching them new skills.
  • Robots - Robot's stats are dependant entirely on their equipment. Any weapon used by a robot only has half the durability but when a robot rests at an inn their weapon's durability is fully restored.

Additional guest characters will also assist the party at certain points and unlike the main party these characters have actual names and back stories.

Battle is a standard affair, taken in turns. When the attack option is chosen, the character must decide which weapon they want to attack with. However, equipment has durability. Using a weapon will decrease its durability by one and when it reaches zero it breaks and must be replaced. Luckily a character can equip multiple weapons so they won't be totally useless should one of their weapons break. Every weapon has limited use regardless of whether their attack, agility or mana based. Even shields have durability.

Spellbooks can also be bought. While expensive, they are usually stronger than a mutant or monster's version of the spell. Monster and Mutant abilities also have limited uses, but are restored at the Inn.

Armor includes body armor, helmets, gloves, and boots.

Characters

While the main party consists of generic characters the player creates, during several points of the story a fifth character will join the party to help out. This includes:

  • Dad - The hero's father, he helps out twice on their adventure and is the founder of the Guardians, the people who have sworn to protect the MAGI.
  • Hana - A detective. Her father, also a detective, was killed while investigating smugglers. She is looked after by the turtle Kame and has feelings for Taro, a schoolteacher.
  • Isis - The Goddess that is summoned by bringing all the MAGI together, Isis helps the party defeat Apollo who has used the power of the MAGI to gain God-like powers.
  • Ki - A beautiful cleric, she maintains the Shrine of Isis. She was born with MAGI, enabling her to heal others.
  • Lynn - Living in Apollo's world, she goes out on her own to find a cure for her sick mother and joins the party in Dunatis' Cave.
  • Mask - A mysterious member of the Guardians who was imprisoned by Ashura, the party rescues him and he joins them in thanks. Similarity between the appearance and statistics of Mask and those of Dad in his first appearance suggest that Mask is in fact Dad in disguise.
  • Mr. S - The main character's teacher, Mr. S is a monster who helps guide the party through their first cave.
  • Taro - Another member of the guardians, Taro came to Edo to become a school teacher before joining the party.

There are other characters who appear during the course of the story:

  • Apollo - A God in his home world, he sends the party out to find the MAGI, but his intents are far more sinister than first realised.
  • Venus - A Goddess who only values beautiful things and expels anyone in her world who isn't beautiful in her eyes.
  • Ashura - A six-armed monster who lives in a tower in his own world where he has imprisoned Mask. He also has a base in the first world where his minions cause trouble for the Guardians.
  • Odin - A God who watches over fallen heroes in his palace, Valhalla. If the party dies, they are sent to Odin where he revives them. Later on, he challenges the party to battle, though his intentions are noble. He is perhaps the only "God" in the game who is not greedy and power-hungry.

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