Story[edit | edit source]
When the party arrives in Apollo's World, they come across Apollo's Palace. The party finds out that Apollo was waiting for them, so they go and talk to him. Apollo welcomes the party and calls them heroes of the world. He shows his gratitude for defeating Ashura by giving the party the Defense MAGI.
The main character ask him why he is doing this, and Apollo tells them that he has enough power already. However, he also mentions that there still some MAGI in his world and he gives three riddles to the party.
- One where wind blows under ground.
- One is where flame burns under water.
- One is where darkness shines brightly.
Apollo wishes them luck on solving the riddles, and the party leaves the palace.
If the player uses the Prism MAGI, they will see that the "riddle" is a bit deceptive. There are a total of nine MAGI in Apollo's World. So there are three groups of MAGI, not simply three MAGI.
After the party has completed the Cave of Mountain, Undersea Volcano, and Cave of Light. The party stops by Apollo's Palace, but Apollo is nowhere to be found.
Treasure[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Apollo is one of the most important and complex of the Olympian deities in ancient Greek mythology. Apollo has been variously recognized as a god of light and the sun, truth and prophecy, healing, plague, music, poetry, and more.