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I Am Setsuna

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Kirs Sidequest

Jarrod Garripoli

Place Kir in your active party and head to Hiddbury, entering the tent in the central section of the town to trigger a scene with Hydor, the village’s chief. He mentions some powerful allies have come to help the village repel the monsters, so head to the Spritnite Pillar to meet up with them. Return to the village after the scene is over, heading back to the chief’s tent. With that done, get prepared (you don’t have to use Kir) and head back to the Spritnite Pillar to get into a boss fight.

BOSS - Syg, Quotra and Tronne

It is three-on-three for this battle and it might be challenging to you, depending on who you use. Although they might not appear to do a lot of damage individually, the damage can add up with all three sisters. Despite that, you can use food to increase your magic resistance (or HP if you please), as well as equip the Soul Prayer Support Spritnite (boosts magical defense) to help mitigate the damage you take from the sisters. You have three opponents to worry about, but one will quickly stand out, which is Syg (the one with the sword).

The reason that Syg can be a lot of trouble is that she has access to both Cure II and Life II, so not only can she heal (her heal recovers does 999 HP), but she can bring her sisters back to life with full health. Outside of those, she has Dark Mist and a physical attack called Monster Sword. When all three sisters are alive, they have a triple combo called Delta Attack, which surprisingly doesn’t seem to inflict too much damage (somewhere around 60-80 or so damage). Take down Syg first and you take control of the battle.

Syg should go first because of her healing skills (left). Watch out for their triple combo attack (right).

As for the other two sisters, Quotra (axe) is fire-elemental, so she has Fire (and Fire II if she gets low enough on HP), as well as a double combo with Tronne called Hellfire Hammer. Likewise, Tronne (hammer) seems to be ice-elemental, so she has access to Ice (and Ice II whenever her health goes low enough), in addition to the combo move called Icy Sentence with Quotra. None of the sisters’ moves have any special properties, so the fight is mostly about keeping your party in good health and taking out Syg first, then concentrating on the other two until they are defeated.

For winning the battle, you will get two things, a new sword for Endir (Darkmoon), and Kir’s ultimate Spritnite, Doom. You have finished another sidequest!

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Guide Information
  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms,
    PC, PS Vita, PS4, Switch
  • Genre
  • Guide Release
    30 August 2016
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Jarrod Garripoli

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Once a decade, to maintain peace, a sacrifice was made to a fiend on the island. This custom had been effective until recently when the fiend grew violent before the next sacrifice was due. To calm the fiend down, a new sacrifice was offered; Setsuna - chosen because of her powers of enchantment. She must leave with her safeguards to the farthest lands where the sacrifice will be made.

With a battle system based off the legendary JRPG Chrono Trigger, I Am Setsuna is undoubtedly a masterpiece of story-telling and nostalgia. Our guide will cover the following:

Version 1.1:

  • Full walkthrough of the main storyline.

  • Some coverage of side quests and other optional objectives.

  • Partial Trophy/achievement roadmap and guide.

  • All side quests and optional objectives complete.

  • A full trophy/achievement road map showing you the best order to complete each achievement.

  • Finished lists and explanations of all spritnites, recipes and other items.

  • Full gameplay explanations and tips to get the most out of your journey.

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