Dyne's Ship & Pirate Island
- 150g(In Chest)
- Moonberry x1(In Chest)
- Pirate's Graveyard
After regaining control, head out that sdoor and up the nearby ladder to the bridge - no treasure in here! Up top, talk to Briggs, the man at the helm with the black ponytail. He'll put you in charge - Time to learn to fly!
After learning to fly from Dyne, the first thing you should do is fly straight ahead to the small island slightly below you. Mash the A button to find the "Pirate's Isle" discovery! You'll get a little explaination about what discoveries are as well!
Continue South to find Pirate Isle. Careful, the random encounters in this area can be harder than you's expect. I'd even venture to say this game is harder at the beginning than at the end. Moroccas take little damage and deal out a lot for your level, so tread carefully!
Head to Pirate Isle and press A to enter it, and experience yet another cutscene!
Welcome to Pirate Island, Vyse and Aika's home. Feel free to visit the shop on the way up the ramps to meet Dyne, who is waiting for you in the large building on the topmost floor of the underground. When Dyne begins accusing Fina, don't defend her. This may seem like a bad move, but trust me, it's the correct choice. Dyne's just looking out for his family, anyways. After your meeting, interact with the bookshelf on the right side of his house to find a secret passage leading to a chest with 150 GOLD. Score!
Head out Dyne's door and to screen right, over the catwalks. You should come across Luke (the red-shirt guy), who has unlocked the doors. Go through the doors behind him to start exploring Pirate Island's Surface!
Now that you're topside, feel free to explore. You'll eventually need to meet Vyse's mother in the house next to the save point, but if you pass that house and mash A on the stone monument attached to the wall, you can enter a secret passage leading to a chest containing a MOONBERRY x1!
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