To whoever cleaned the page up, thanks. I created this article because I didn't see enogh notice to this section of the game. I'm not the best at making articles, I usually just make minor edits to exsisting ones. I orginaly made what was first in the article as the start of a strategy guide, but failed at that too. Thanks again for making this article look much better. Pip 21:18, 6 June 2008 (UTC)
- I don't know who made it better but i just wanted to say i love the art for the items! they are so cute. i never knew they existed in the game. does anyone know where the artwork came from? --いぬみみ 22:29, 4 October 2008 (UTC)
My game refers to the treasures as the Aqua-Monica, Terra Cymbal, Sky Melodica, Grass Cornet, Rock Horn, Icy Flute and the Fiery Drum. BlueJirachi 00:19, 5 June 2008 (UTC)
That's the U.S. names, Japan has others, I think the Rock Horn is called the Rock Megaphone or something like that in the Japan release. Pip 21:18, 6 June 2008 (UTC)
It is. And the U.S. names for the dungeons they're found in are known as Sky Stairway, World Abyss, and Mystery Jungle. BlueJirachi 21:44, 6 June 2008 (UTC)
Using them on Kecleon
Just wondering, but if you have one of the treasures and change a kecleon to the type of the treasure, does it's recruitment increase affect it? -Carrottime 00:39, 30 December 2009 (UTC)
- Perhaps, but it would be moot since the recruit rate bonus is 10%: you'd need to have a Golden Mask/Amber Tear which gives a 24% bonus, and have your leader at level 90+ (25% bonus) with Fast Friend (1% bonus) to stand a (0.5%) chance at recruitment. You gotta equip those Seven Treasures and you can only hold one item at a time; Golden Mask/Amber Tear beat them out. Chicobo329 00:44, 30 December 2009 (UTC)
Do the effects of the treasures stack (i.e. two Rock Horns adding up to 20% rock recruitment boost) or not (i.e. two Rock Horns only boosting 10%)?
Also, if you have recruited the guardian of a treasure and return to that guardian's arena, do you automatically get the treasure, or what happens?
Quest givers (Only applies to Sky)
Mt. Avalanche: An Aron (submitted by Sartharis, God of Twilight 02:32, 21 February 2012 (UTC))
- We already have the location at Mt. Avalanche, the fact its an Aron who gives the quest is a bit to indepth I think, maybe if it was named or significant to the plot. --Spriteit 11:42, 21 February 2012 (UTC)