This is the place to find pictures of all the monsters in the Game Boy Color version of Azure Dreams!
My Review of Azure Dreams
The Many Faces of Kou
|Angry||Bell||Blind||Confused||Double Speed||Fine||Frog||Half Speed||Paralysis||Poison||Sleep|
|Beldo fused with Kewne||Painting of Maisoul|
|Japanese Title Screen||American & European Title Screen|
Title Theme - Catchy title song.
Town Theme: Level 1 - This is the Monsbaiya town music you hear when you first start the game.
Town Theme: Level 2 - If you donate enough money to Nico's fundraiser and and upgrade the town to Level 2 status, this celtic-flavored piece becomes its music.
Tower of Monstrosity: Lower Floors - This is the only song that got carried over from the Playstation version of the game. While it wasn't the greatest song in the world to begin with, it's still lost something in the transition.
Tower of Monstrosity: Middle Floors - This is my second favorite song in the game. A much better variation of the original tower theme. (I'm tempted to think that despite the inferior sound capabilities, the GBC version of Azure Dreams actually has a better soundtrack than the PS1 version.)
Tower of Monstrosity: Upper Floors - You're almost at the top...
Tower of Monstrosity: Top Floor - Also used for the 99th floor of the tower basement. Sounds very much like a "shrine" theme.
The Floor of the Sky - This is my third favorite song in the game. Even though you didn't really know the ancients, this melancholy tune can make you feel for them, nevertheless.
Tower Basement: Upper Floors - This is the music you hear when you first enter the tower basement (and for quite a few floors down.)
Tower Basement: Lower Floors - This is my favorite song in the game. This is very fitting for your approach to the 99th floor of the tower basement.
Original Azure Dreams Tower Theme - Generally, I want this page to be devoted to stuff from the GBC version of Azure Dreams only, but as a bonus, here's the original tower theme from the Playstation version of the game.
Note: In all cases use the monster I say to fuse something with as the base. It may not be necessary for the second monster to have the elemental alignment I specifiy, but it's good to play it safe.
1. To get an S-Gance, level Gance up to 10 and then fuse him with any familiar. Alternately, level him up to 20 and he'll change to S-Gance without fusion.
2. To get a Fencer, level a Cali or Berserk up to 10, then fuse it with any fire familiar.
3. To get a Godhand, use a LumiSeed on an Ashra, then fuse it with any fire familiar.
4. To get a Bahamut, level a Baram up to 10, then fuse it with any fire familiar.
5. To get a Leviath, level a Serpent up to 10, then fuse it with any water familiar.
6. To get a Blith, fuse a Dragon with any fire familiar.
7. To get a Thord, use a SeaSeed on a Dragon, then fuse it with any water familiar.
8. To get an Arkis, use a WindSeed on a Dragon, then fuse it with any wind familiar.
9. The following familiars change species when leveled up:
Wump = Catawump (Level 2)
Flame = Ifrit (Level 10)
Galelop = Cadavron (Level 10)
Griffin = Grineut (Level 10)
Tundra = Barol (Level 10)
Nyuel = Batnyuel (Level 10)
Arachne = Ashra (Level 10)
Alloyer = Metar (Level 10)
Unicap = Univern (Level 10)
Saskatch = Saber (Level 10)
Kid = Dragon (Level 10)
Gance = S-Gance (Level 20)
Ranklin = Odin (Level 10)
Bomber = Daedalus (Level 10)
10. HamTroll can be gotten by giving a Hammer to a Troll.
11. TomTroll can be gotten by giving a Tomahawk to a Troll.
12. ShoTroll can be gotten by giving a TrollArm to a Troll.
13. You can get Tundra by using a SeaSeed on a Flame or Ranklin.
14. You can get Ranklin by using a WindSeed on a Flame or Tundra.
15. You can get Barol by using a SeaSeed on an Ifrit or Odin.
16. You can get Odin by using a WindSeed on an Ifrit or Barol.
17. The above trick also works with a LumiSeed for Flame and Ifrit, but you'll run across Flame and probably obtain it first anyway.
18. To get a Phoenix, Yankash, and Quack, keep ascending the tower to the Floor of the Sky and walking behind the stone tablet that's up there with at least one open space in your inventory. A bird will fly by and drop the egg. (Phoenix can also be gotten in the tower basement.) After you get Yankash and ascend the tower again, you won't get anything. Ascend it one more time after that to get Quack.
19. Ovaseeds are like a Pokeball that never misses. When you get an Ovaseed, stand next to the monster you wish to catch, select the Ovaseed from your inventory, and choose the "Throw" command from the menu. Ovaseeds eventually become available in Fur's shop later in the game, but they're very expensive.
20. No, sorry, there is no way to get Wumpi without using a Gameshark. Even though she is not recorded in the Monster Book, for some odd reason, text for a Monster Book description exists in the game's code. For some even-more-bizarre reason, there are also descriptions for Selfi, Kou, Ghosh and Beldo! They are:
Wumpi = Selfi's pet; somehow different from other Wumps.
Selfi = It's Thelfi!
Kou = The guy you're playing!!
Ghosh = Ghosh - he does mess with you, but he may be OK.
Beldo = Beldo's a mystery, and not the kind you can trust.
I do not know why these exist in the code, except maybe at one time it was planned for anybody you encounter in the tower to be added to your Monster Book. (If that's the case, then one has to wonder why no descriptions for Attley, Marzin, or Skale?) I also don' t know why Selfi's name is misspelled like that.
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