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Anise is a important character and optional boss exclusive to the 3D remake of Trials of Mana.

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Preparation[]

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Enemy Intel[]

Anise - Lv 75 (First Phase)[]

Attacks

Note : those are the attack that Anise will always use no manner wich elemental crystal remains on stage or not. Attacks listed under each crystal are used only when said crystal are on stage.

  • Magic Burst (No official name) - Extends arm then creates a small magical blast.
  • Dragon Claw -Raises her arm, making a gigantic reptilan claw coming out the ground.
  • Revive Crystals (No official name) - Generates four new elemental crystals.
  • Counterattack - Creates a shadowy sphere on the ground.
  • Super Shackles
  • Summon Shadow Zed (No official name) - Summons a single Shadow Zed.

Earth Crystal - Level 73[]

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Wind Crystal - Level 73[]

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Water Crystal - Level 73[]

Attacks

Fire Crystal - Level 73[]

Attacks


Dragon Anise - Lv 76 (Second Phase)[]

Attacks

  • Dig (No official name) - Buries itself underground, then emerges violently, damaging characters.
  • Bite Barrage - Lunges quickly toward a target, poisoning it.
  • Arctic Beam - Creates a freezing beam of light that has a change of inflicting snowman on targets.
  • Destructo Bomb - Jumps, then summons large meteors a the edge of the area, then crashes into its center.
  • Dark Force +
  • Lucent Beam +
  • Dark Rain
  • Stone Cloud
  • Annihilate
  • Summon Shadow Zed (No official name) - Summons a single Shadow Zed.
  • Set Trap - Summons ligering fireballs on the stage that damages character upon impact.
  • Flash - Creates a gigantic explosion that may turn a character into moogle.
  • Charge - Fires a laser in a swiping manner.
  • Gush Blat - Anise exits the boss area and nukes you with energy beams from afar.
  • Ruin Wail - Markers come out from the edges and cause an explosion.
  • Scarlet Dust - Anise's Charge attack - Summons dark crystals while charging a devastating attack that can be interrupted upon defeating each crystal.
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