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For the first game in this series, see Final Fantasy Adventure.

The Mana series, known in Japan as Seiken Densetsu is a series of top-down action role-playing games published by Square Enix. Initially developed as a gaiden to the original Final Fantasy, Mana chronicles a world held in perfect balance by the omnipresent Tree of Mana and the warriors who seek to acquire its multitude of powers.

To date, the series comprises four main games, three corollary games, two defunct spin-off MMOs, and multiple remasters.

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