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Trials of Mana players have access to a ton of abilities depending on your class but there are some hidden abilities you may not know about. The popular remake of the classic RPG has 6 main characters you can play as and each has its own set of abilities. We have class abilities, chain abilities, there are some hidden abilities in Trials of Mana as well. Trials of Mana Hidden Abilities Unlock The following are all the hidden abilities in Trials of Mana and how to unlock them. Jadd Noble This hidden ability gives the player 10+MP. You can unlock it by speaking with Jadd in the Jadd stronghold. Cactus With this ability, you can start to fight with 200%CS. You can unlock the ability by finding all 50 hidden cactus locations. Elfin Elder Using this ability you can bring down enemy spawn rates and this one is unlocked by…

In our Trials of Mana New Game Plus guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about how to unlock NG+, what carries over, and what does not. You can select the “New Game Plus” from the title menu after beating the game at least once. Trials of Mana New Game Plus First of all, let’s talk about unlocking the NG+ mode. In order to do so, you need to complete the main campaign as well as Anise’s Stockade end-game route. With that out of the way, let us talk about which features carry over to NG+ or not: Features Carries Over or Not Character Levels, Lucre, Li’l Cactus, Training Points, Equipment Yes Abilities, Spells, Skills, Classes No Key Items No Tier 4 Classes No Chain Abilities that Increase Stats Yes Chain Abilities that Enhance EXP Yes In addition to these things, there are some more that you should…

Black Rabite is a secret boss in Trials of Mana 2020 remake. You cannot, however, fight the boss straight away. There are a few things that you must do first in order to summon the Black Rabite and fight him. In this guide, we will go over everything you need to know about finding and defeating the Black Rabite in Trials of Mana remake. Trials of Mana (2020) Black Rabite Arguably the toughest boss in the entirety of Trials of Mana, Black Rabite demands that you bring your A-game when fighting him. Not only does he hit like a truck, but his stats are also no joke. Keeping this in view, it is a good idea to level up as much as you can and have your Tier 4 Classes unlocked before attempting to fight him. Black Rabite Locations Black Rabite can appear in multiple locations depending on who you…

In this Trials of Mana Tier 4 Classes unlock guide, we will walk you through everything you need to know about unlocking them, finding the class change items, and an overview of abilities/strikes. Here is how you can unlock Tier 4 Classes in Trials of Mana 2020 remake. Trials of Mana (2020) Tier 4 Classes Unlock To unlock the Tier 4 Classes for different characters, you must already have unlocked the Tier 3 ones. After doing that, you need to travel to the Valsena Royal Library and complete the additional story episode for the character you wish to unlock the Tier 4 Class on. In these additional episodes, you will go against bosses who will drop the Tier 4 class change items. It is important to note that the boss is unique for every character. The following is a list of all the unique bosses and the items they drop.…

In Trials of Mana the player can access 6 attributes and each has its own unique effect. In this guide, we will explain everything you need to know about Trials of Mana attributes. Trials of Mana Attributes Attributes are your character’s stats and each of the three playable characters in your party has a different distribution of attributes and stats. These attributes affect how you perform in battle in Trials of Mana. They have a significant effect on gameplay. You can check your attributes by going to the main menu and select training. You can see the attributes of your chosen character from your party. You can see their moves and attributes as well. Whenever your party member levels up he/she gets 1 Training Point. You can distribute training points among the following five attributes. New moves and abilities will be unlocked when you invest in training points. Attribute Description…

Every character you play in Trials of Mana comes with unique character subclasses that you are free to choose throughout the game. This means that you shouldn’t worry about what class to pick when starting off in Trials of Mana. In this guide, we will explain how you can change your character class in Trials of Mana. How to Change Class The game allows you to choose between multiple subclasses for each of the three characters in your party. There are two points in Trials of Mana where you can switch classes. When you reach level 18 you can choose your second class in Trials of Mana and when you are level 38 you can pick your third subclass. To choose your character class at random points in the game you need to find the Goddess Scale, a consumable item in Trials of Mana. The Goddess Scale is found in…

In Trials of Mana you will notice a section in the menu called Chain Abilities. These are character abilities that you get by using the Training Points. These abilities can be useful for your team members who don’t naturally learn them. Chain abilities bring diversity to your character abilities in Trials of Mana. Trials of Mana Chain Abilities There are two types of chain abilities; some abilities are acquired through training points while others are acquired from special NPCs in Trials of Mana. Below are chain abilities aka link abilities for each of the playable Trials of Mana characters. Duran Armor Break: Duran has two Chain Abilities. This one is a Duran Chain Ability that boosts your armor reduction value for normal attacks by 50%. Damage SP+:  This is our second Duran ability which helps the player increase SP by 2% when the player takes damage. Angela Absorb:   Angela also…

Trials Of Mana is out now and there are plenty of different items in the game. In this Trials Of Mana guide, we are going to go over what the different items in the game do. What Different Items In Trials Of Mana Do There are 6 different types of items in the game. We are going to look into the different types one by one. The following is what you need to know about them. Basic Items The following are the basic items in the game and what they do: Angel’s Grail Revives a fallen ally Dreamsee Herb Changes between night and day Honey Drink Fully restores your HP Magic Walnut Restores 20 MP Magical Rope Returns you to the entrance of the area Pakkun Chocolate Restores 300 HP Puipui Grass Remove status ailments Round Drop Restores 100 HP Stardust Herb Clears magic effects Throwable Items As the name…

Lucre is the form of money that you are going to use in Trials of Mana. In this Trials of Mana guide, we are going to go over how you can farm money fast in the game. It is important to farm money in the first part of the game as prices are going to increase significantly in the second half. There are plenty of ways in which you can farm money. You are going to need money to buy all kinds of things and it is going to help you progress much quicker. How To Farm Money (Lucre) Fast In Trials of Mana The following are the different ways of farming Lucre in Trials of Mana: Use Incense You can use incense to temporarily increase the amount of Lucre you earn from defeating enemies in battle. You can get these from item seeds. These last for 10 minutes. So…

Item Seeds in Trials of Mana can be used to obtain rare items such as weapons, armor, accessories, and EXP boosting items. There are five types of Item Seeds that you can find in Trails of Mana. In this guide, we will give an overview of all these items and the best places to farm them in the remake. Trials of Mana Item Seeds As the name suggests, Items Seeds in the game can be planted in the magic pots at the inns to acquire rare items. The more Item Seeds you plant in the game, the higher your Planter Level will be. Because of this, it is recommended to plant as many Item Seeds as possible. With a higher Planter Level, you will not have a better chance at harvesting rarer items from the magic pots but enemies will also drop rarer Item Seeds. The following is an overview…