A regenerated monster can only ever be born with two Moves. More will have to be learned through Sparring. After a course is completed, there is a chance that your monster may learn a new Move.
The exact mechanics to learning Moves is not very well understood. The likelihood of successfully learning a Move is determined by several factors, including the monster's stats, the course taken, and possibly its Rank. Generally speaking, a monster becomes more likely to learn a new Move the higher its stats are.
Combining two different monsters together can sometimes result in a monster born with more than two Moves. This is just limited to four at most however.
If your monster is A Rank, you will receive an invitation on February Week 2 to participate in breeder training on March Week 2. Despite commonly held belief, you do not actually have to win or even compete in the FIMBA Amity Cup to receive this invite. It will still come on the following week. On the date of the training, take an A Rank monster to the AGIMA facilities in town. If you're unable to attend, you will still be able to next year.
Your task is to explore the Tapota Ruins to find an item hidden in an unspecified location (the Invite D). This item is located in a pyramid in the northeast corner of the ruins. The directions are: Up from the camp, right, up, up, remove the boulder, right, left, up, remove another boulder, and finally right. There you should find the pyramid housing the Invite D.
With the item in your possession, you will receive an invite from Bolzoi a couple weeks later to participate in the Dragon Invitation Match on May Week 3. Your sole opponent will be a Dragon named Warlord.
When you win, you will unlock Dragons for regeneration and also receive a DragFang, which can be used in combining to create a Dragon. You will need to have a Large Barn before you can actually raise Dragons on the ranch.
When you have a monster that is at least S Rank, you will receive an invitation on April Week 3 to participate in breeder training. On the following May Week 3, bring a S Rank monster to the AGIMA facilities in town. If you are unable to participate, you will still be able to attend the following year.
As with the Durahan and Dragon sidequests, you will also be tasked with finding the Invite N, this time at the Malkt Ruins. The item is hidden in a cylinder-shaped temple located in the northwest. The directions are: Up from the camp, left, left, remove the boulder, left, up, remove the glacier, left, and finally investigate the temple. Inside you should find the item.
Following the training, Bolzoi will shortly come over with your invite to the Zan Invitation Match. It will take place on August Week 3 and your sole opponent will be a Zan named Nagi.
When you win, Bolzoi will grant you permission to regenerate Zans and also give you the Ninja Bk, which can be combined to create a Zan.
Download the official Monster Rancher Advance 2 ROM in the (USA) version for the Game Boy Advance handheld consoles. To fully utilize a GBA ROM game, use our Cheats, Rom Hacks and GBA Roms sections. You can open the Monster Rancher Advance 2 ROM or GBA file by Installing VisualBoyAdvance on Windows, MAC, Linux, Android or IOS/iphone.
Monster Rancher Advance 2 is the second of the Monster Rancher games to be released on Game Boy Advance. It is the sequel to Monster Rancher Advance. Gameplay in Monster Rancher Advance 2 involves the creating, training, and fighting of monsters much like previous games in the Monster Rancher series.
Like the first Monster Rancher Advance, you generate monsters by inputting key phrases. This is unlike the rest of the series on disk based video game systems, in which you generate monsters by inserting readable CDs, or DVDs.
You are also able to create a variety of monsters by combining two different monsters. The new monster will show qualities of both parents. The game received “generally favorable reviews”, more so than the original Monster Rancher Advance, according to the review aggregation website Metacritic.
Monster Rancher Advance 2
Japan: October 25, 2002
Game Boy Advance
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