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The Jewel Eater is a boss in Trials of Mana. It is a giant mole residing in cavernous areas near Valsena, said to be born in the gem valley of Daria every 1,000 years.

Strategy[]

First encounter[]

Enemy Intel[]

2D VERSION[]

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Jewel Eater - Level 6 (First Encounter)[]

  • HP : 3380
  • MP : 96

Strengths & Weaknesses

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Attacks

  • Tackle (no official name) - Slight body movement towards a single target.
  • Rock Throw - Makes rocks fall down hitting all targets.
  • Slime - Casts Defenseless on a single target
  • Guard (no official name)
  • Power Punch - Runs over all targets leaving a rainbow trail.
  • Grand Slam - Strongest attack
  • Protection [Earth Elemental] - Raise its defense. Used only at quarter from full health.
  • Impediment [Earth Elemental] - Lowers a single target's dexterity, slowing turn rate.

Spoils

  • 879 Lucre
  • 48 EXP
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Jewel Eater - Level 46 (Second Encounter)[]

  • HP : 25,260
  • MP : 378

Strengths & Weaknesses

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Normal Weak Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

Attacks

  • Tackle (no official name) - Slight body movement towards a single target.
  • Rock Throw - Makes rocks fall down hitting all targets.
  • Slime - Casts Defenseless on a single target
  • Guard (no official name)
  • Power Punch - Runs over all targets leaving a rainbow trail.
  • Grand Slam - Strongest attack
  • Protection [Earth Elemental] - Raise its defense. Used only at quarter from full health.
  • Impediment [Earth Elemental] - Lowers a single target's dexterity, slowing turn rate.

Spoils

  • 7054 Lucre
  • 7504 EXP
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3D VERSION[]

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Jewel Eater - Level 12 (First Encounter)[]

Strengths & Weaknesses

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Immune Weak Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

Attacks

  • Paw Swipe (no official name) - Raises its right front paw and swipe in front of it.
  • Rock Throw - Raises its right front paw and hurl a giant boulders in a straight line.
  • Slam (no official name) - Raises both front paws into the air and slams the ground.
  • Hard Hit - Runs to the other side of the boss arena trampling its target.
  • Ground Slam - Slams the ground repeatedly, making boulders fall to the ground. Use this attack only when turning red.

Spoils

  • 480 Lucre
  • 3200 EXP
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Jewel Eater - Level 62 (Second Encounter)[]

Strengths & Weaknesses

Gnome SD3.gifEarth Jinn SD3.gifWind Undine SD3.gifIce Salamando SD3.gifFire Wisp SD3.gifLight Shade SD3.gifDark Luna SD3.gifMoon Dryad SD3.gifWood
Normal Weak Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal Normal

Attacks

  • Paw Swipe (no official name) - Raises its right front paw and swipe in front of it.
  • Rock Throw - Raises its right front paw and hurl a giant boulders in a straight line.
  • Slam (no official name) - Raises both front paws into the air and slams the ground.
  • Hard Hit - Runs to the other side of the boss arena trampling its target.
  • Ground Slam - Slams the ground repeatedly, making boulders fall to the ground. Use this attack only when turning red.
  • Earthquake + [Earth Elemental] - Deals medium earth-elemental damage to a large area.

Spoils

  • 9240 Lucre
  • 32,000 EXP
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Trivia[]

  • The battle theme that plays during the fight against the Jewel Eater, Black Soup, is often mistaken as Obsession, Zehnoa's unique battle theme.
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