Trials of Mana Edit
When the main character claims the Mana Sword and discovers the Faerie missing, the Mana Goddess projects a shadow to inform them of the Faerie's kidnapping.
The Mana Goddess is killed when the final boss destroys the Mana Tree in order to stop her from preventing his attempt to corrupt the Sword. Fortunately, the party arrives just after the deed is done.
After the final battle, the Faerie becomes the new Mana Goddess, and spends the next thousand years restoring Mana to the world.
Legend of Mana Edit
A twinkling consciousness
became a star which sparkled
in the night and banished the darkness.
The Mana Goddess acquired consciousness
by gazing into the light of that sun.
She made Fa'Diel, a great land,
but so far an empty one.
The Mana Goddess is said to be the creator of Fa'Diel and the spirit of the Mana Tree itself.
She became corrupted and her tree rotten by the monsters that plagued her land and tried to use Mana for their own gain. Finally a savior rose up and restored the land by awakening the artifacts that sealed Fa'Diel and finally slew the corrupted Mana Goddess at her own request.
The Mana Goddess then becomes a Sproutling and planted herself in the Mana Tree's rotten trunk and then called upon the other Sproutlings to join together to restore the Mana Tree to its former glory.
The Mana Goddess serves as the game's final boss.
Sword of Mana Edit
The Mana Goddess is mentioned many times in passing.
Prince Stroud "Dark Lord" declares worship of the Goddess as heresy because her adherents, the Mana Clan, seemingly hoarded Mana power by refusing to use it even to help, fearing the potential for its misuse.
In the final confrontation, Julius reveals his desire to make the Goddess a normal woman and have her bow to him as the new Emperor Vandole. After his defeat, it is revealed that Elena's mother Mana became the new Mana Goddess after Vandole's defeat, and now, with the Mana Tree dead as a result of Julius' actions, Elena must now succeed her mother as the new Mana Goddess, with the Hero as her guardian.
Dawn of Mana Edit
Children of Mana Edit
The Mana Goddess is mentioned several times in the story.
Tess is a Mana Maiden, the main antagonist is the Mana Lord, a creation of the Mana Goddess who seek to destroy the world by the mana and the final antagonist is the Scion of Mana, the child of Mana Goddess.
- It is unclear if Elena and Mana's canon counterparts in Final Fantasy Adventure, as well as Randi's mother in Secret of Mana, also became Mana Goddesses, as the concept of a Mana Goddess was not referenced in Adventures of Mana or the remake of Secret of Mana.
|Hero · Heroine|
|Amanda · Bogard · Cibba · Lester · Marshall · Watts · Willy|
|Dark Lord · Julius|
|Count Lee · Devius · Ebony Butler · Elise · Gaia · Gemma · Granz · Hermann · Isabella · Ivory Butler · Li'l Cactus · Mana · Medusa · Niccolo · Sarah · Treant|
|Cascade Cottage · Dwarf Cave · Granz Realm · Jadd · Lorimar · Menos · Topple · Wendel|
|Abandoned Mine · Airship · Altar of Time · Batmo Cave · Cascade Cave · Devius Manor · Dime Tower · Gaia Cave · Granz Castle · Mana Sanctuary · Marsh Cave · Menos Outskirts · Miasma Glen · Mt. Illusia · Ruined Passage · Sealed Cave · Vinquette Hall|
|Glass Desert · Jadd Desert · Marsh Cave · Mushboom Forest · Prickly Desert · Scaly Lair · Topple Outskirts · Vinquette Vicinity · Wendel Beach · Westlake|
|Armoury · Dudbear · Gemma Knight · Mana Tree · Mana Sword · Mavole · Mavolia|
|Ferrik · Tamber · Poppen · Wanderer|
|Bomb Brothers · Dudbear · Flammie · Mana Spirits · Moti · Millionaire · Seamoon · Tess · Watts|
|Mana Village (Illusia Isle) · Ishe|
|Mana Tower · Star Lake · Fiery Sands · Ice Citadel · Brightwood · Illusia Ruins · Path of Life · Cosmic Rift|
|Benevodon · Bomb Bros. R&D · Cataclysm · Dud Services · Golden Goods · Malevodon · Mana Tree · Sword of Mana|
|Fury · Gems · Quests|
|Seiken Densetsu DS: Children of Mana Original Soundtrack|
|Breath of Mana ~For the Glory~ · Rising Sun|
|Characters · Transcript · Items · Weapons · Armour · Accessories · Gems|