|Saccubus? Speel Chick?|
Noah (that's his/her name) tells us that we can use the manhole in the spaceport to get to the city of Gothic. Alis must be extremely dense since everyone has to tell her what to do before she can do anything. Well thank you for the permission Noah. In Gothic we expect to find Dr. Luveno so he can make us a spaceship.
|Good all that training did you... how did you even get down here?|
Of course it couldn't be that easy. We learn Dr. Luveno isn't there. I feel that I must comment now on the translation. Many games have this trouble, and this definitely isn't the worst I've seen, but take for example the picture at the beginning. There are only a handful of examples I can think of, but the worst of them is when I'm told, Dr. Luveno, "went bonkers and be inprisoned[sic] in Triada..."
Ignoring the grammar we head off to Triada, find Dr. Luveno, ask him to help three times, and he agrees heading off to Gothic to prepare. So, what's the deal? He didn't look imprisoned to me; he's able to waltz out any time he feels like it. Sure there's a guard at the beginning; all he case is that I have a Roadpass, which you're guaranteed to have at this point. So, how is this imprisonment? There's no indication that these people are prisoners and not just in a heavily secured facility. Poor grammar and spelling I can forgive fairly easily, but misleading ones tend to rub me the wrong way.
|1200 mesetas for a spaceship... seems legit.|
Back in Gothic, the ship is done! Finally! Of course, no one can fly it, so there's that. I learned of a robot named Hapsby made of Laconian that can fly it; When I get to the town he's in, I only find piles of junk. I can't actually search through the junk though, too simple. A magical liquid that melts everything except Laconian is needed.
|Talking cats don't seem so strange now.|
A convenient cave leads the party to another island with two towns where I get some more random hints, Polymeteral to melt the junk, and find a mad doctor named Dr. Mad experimenting on animals. He asks to see Myau, and negotiations break down before I can ask for anything. Dispatching him gains us a Laconian Pot. I wonder if it's the same one I used to get Myau in the first place because that would bring it full circle.
|Are you crazy or just upset?|
|I'd tell you if I could find the bloody thing!|
The only reason I chose that particular lead is it seems the most convenient as I was already on Motavia. There are definitely more interesting hints I'd like to follow: Medusa's Tower was pointed out to me, but after encountering high powered enemies like Sorcerers, Centaurs, and Titans I decided to continue on until I could handle them; Frad Fibre is supposed to make a great mantle, which is Noah's armor of choice and having it would greatly increase his survivability, but I have no other clue to find it; a city surrounded by mist has a magic shield, but I have no idea where the city is; and some nuts can make certain cats become huge and then they can fly... no, really.
|Intimidated yet? Just wait until he hits for 50 HP.|