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Crossbone Isle.

Crossbone Isle is an in-game location functioning as a hidden dungeon-style location in Golden Sun. Located somewhere in the Karagol Sea, it is a lengthy series of puzzle-intensive floors, each guarded by a unique formation of "sub-boss"-style enemies and filled with powerful equipment such as the Cleric's Ring. It can only be reached through methods less-than-obvious to players; an earlier segment of it can be reached immediately after battling the Kraken during the Tolbi-bound Ship segment depending on the ordering in which you have chosen NPCs to row oars, while for the rest of the game it can be accessed by entering the pink tornado of the Tempest Lizard in Suhalla Desert and letting it carry you off-screen. Crossbone Isle has little background and no story relevance, and an incarnation that appears in Dark Dawn as post-game content exists only as a thematic callback to this dungeon.

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Did You Know...

  • ...that Hsu's name changed to his Japanese name Ulmuch in The Lost Age because string compression algorithms in The Lost Age literally prevents certain letter and case combinations like "Hs" from being programmed?
  • ...that characters in Dark Dawn will increase their weapon skill when they attack your party while possessed by the Ancient Devil?
  • ...that 36 of the 72 Djinn from the GBA Golden Sun titles - as in exactly half - appear in the Djinn Guide in Dark Dawn, and therefore the other half doesn't appear in the game at all?
  • ...that hugging the top of the mountains immediately southeast Bilibin Barricade early in Golden Sun gets you random battles with the much tougher overworld enemies normally fought around Xian?
  • ...that in Dark Dawn, when Vande's troupe is performing one of its songs in Belinsk, certain musicians will not play their instruments if the song doesn't call for it?

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