Lunar Legend includes Mia's Bromide as an item that can be purchased in the Vane item shop. Nash can equip it, but it does not give any stat bonuses, and unlike later games it does not offer access to a larger image.
Lunar Legend expands on the bromide concept, featuring many bromides of the heroines and villainesses of the game. Their quantity and placement varies depending on the version of the game.
Bromides of the heroines include Luna, Mia, and Jessica, while bromides of the villainesses include Phacia, Xenobia, and Royce.
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Lunar Legend is a role-playing video game for Nintendo’s Game Boy Advance developed by Japan Art Media and published internationally by Ubi Soft, who also provided the translation. It is a re-telling of the events of Lunar: The Silver Star with story and content changes. All the characters from the original game appear. It is the first game in the series not published by Working Designs, but rather by Ubisoft.
It features a new graphical and musical style separate from the other versions of Lunar: The Silver Star. The character portraits are based on the art style from the Saturn version. It does not contain any of the FMVs present in other games, using stills from them instead.
Lunar Legend plays very much like a traditional RPG, with 2D character sprites and environments. Unlike Lunar: The Silver Star, the battles do not consist of characters moving across the battlefield to attack enemies, instead having them retreat back to their original positions after attacking. The battles themselves are random, occurring every few steps within a dungeon or in scripted circumstances..
Japan: April 12, 2002
Japan Art Media
Game Boy Advance
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