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Bromide Guide by Ruk Chan

Version: 3.0 | Updated: 03/02/02

BROMIDE GUIDE (In Chronological Order)

by Ruk Chan

INTRO NOTE:  The only locations where you will find updated versions of this
FAQ would always be first and foremost in GameFAQs and my website disc13.com.
If you got this FAQ elsewhere, please make sure you have the right version 
before you email me!

Version 3.0 - March 02, 2002
Ahrk!  Sorry it took me more than a year to edit this.  I've already been
getting too many emails asking me to put up the 23rd_bromide_information.
I've just been too busy with work, wedding preparations (hey, I wanna be
a happy bride!) and three of my network websites namely, hentaineko.com,
disc13.com, and animeokashi.com (anime okashi is actually owned by my 
cousin, but I help her out).

Anyway, the addition to the bromide info is here. Courtesy of nsrock@hotmail.com.
They call it Bromide X...

Version 2.2 - January 15, 2001
Okay, I really have to put warnings on this FAQ because many people missed
some of the bromides because they've read this FAQ too late.

Version 2.1 - January 08, 2001
Whew, that was a long vacation!  I'm sorry for those people who were
left hanging on my last update.  I actually finished the epilogue 
right after I submitted Version 2 to GameFAQs, and since I didn't want
to stress CJayC further (he's trying to keep up with the holiday barage 
of GameFAQs stuff) by submitting another version just hours after,
I thought I'd wait a few days.  Anyways, I only updated the last 

Version 2.0 - December 31, 2000
At last!
After that battle with the final boss, I'm finally able to list the 
last of the bromides.  Most of them are in the Epilogue stage, however, 
so you will really have to beat the final boss in order to get them.

Version 1.1 - December 28, 2000
Added bromide titles and captions

Version 1.0 - December 27, 2000
Listing of Bromides incomplete as I am still in the first disc.  I'll try 
to make this guide as complete as possible, but as of now, I'll just save 
my post at gameFAQs.


I. Introduction
II. Bromides during the normal game
III.  Bromides after the final battle (Epilogue)
VI. Credits
V. Disclaimer


What are bromides?  Well, they are pictures of the pretty women of Lunar.  
In Lunar 2, you will see different bromides of even the women of the first 
Lunar.  There are even extra bromides of some of Lunar 2's most important 
men.  This is quite nice for a change.

Bromides don't really mean anything or add to your stats, unlike in Lunar 1 
where they increase your stats a leeetle bit.  They are still worth 
collecting, though.  There are more bromides in Lunar 2, so this list will 
be longer than expected.

One more difference between the bromide search in the two games is that, 
unlike in Lunar where you have to accomplish some certain pre-requisites in 
getting some of the bromides because here you can get the bromides by simply
talking to some people.  Anyway, on with the hunt!

Note: If you find mistakes regarding the bromides, please don't hesitate
	to contact me at my email on top of this FAQ.


	I have arranged the bromides chronologically (as always) because
	this is the order that you can get them.  Some of you might think
	I just arranged them this way because I'm a rigid person who must have
	to put everything in order, but that's not the reason.

	So as a tip, I would suggest whenever you visit a particular area or
	village, find the bromides immediately.  As in, as soon as you land in
	that area, unless I say otherwise in my FAQ.

	The reason I was able to put up this guide is because when I play an RPG
	I just have to talk to every person, scan every area, examine every 
	nook and crany and whatever place that looks suspicious.  I guess it's my 
	way of savoring every moment that I am away from the gruesome battlefield ^_-

	For those who have read this FAQ too late and missed some bromides, hmmm
	I wish I could help you but I accidentally deleted my game. I can't even watch
	my precious anime scenes or view my bromides ;_;


1. Lucia's Bromide 1 - Staring at the Sky
EXACT: There's a man who stands by his house, just above the Althena Statue 
	(you'll know it	is him when you enter his house you'll find his wife 
	and baby).  When you wake up and find Lucia gone, go talk to this 
DESCRIPTION: Lucia is wearing a tight black suit and red cape.  It seems like 
	a beautiful day to be staring at the sky.

2. Jean's Bromide 2 - Dancing Queen
LOCATION: Caravan after the Illusion Woods
EXACT: After you rescue the crew of the Caravan from a gigantic venus flytrap 
	monster, go talk to the girl who guards the pathway out of the 
	Illusion forest.  This path will be blocked at first, but when it's 
	opened, that's the time you talk to her.
DESCRIPTION: Looks like a poster of dancing Jean in all her charming glory.

3. Jessica's Bromide - Land Ho!
EXACT: Go to the bar and talk to one of the guys there.
DESCRIPTION: Jessica (of the first Lunar) riding a sailboat, looking
	unusually thinner than ever.

4. Lemina's Bromide 3 - Midnight Appraisal
EXACT: Go to Ramus' shop (if you played Lunar 1, you'll be able to find it 
	easily) and talk to Ramus' grandfather.  He's the guy who keeps 
	giving Lemina so much praises (it borders on being lecherous).  Just 
	keep talking to him and he'll eventually hand over the bromide.
DESCRIPTION: Lemina checking out all her gold (as usual) in the middle of 
	the night.

5. Lemina's Bromide 2 - Seaside Stroll
EXACT: Examine the barrels at the back of Ramus' shop.  
	Additional note about this bromide: I think you can only get this one if
	you've gotten the previous Lemina bromide.
DESCRIPTION: Lemina playing on the beach.

6. Lemina's Bromide 1 - Sunset Breeze
EXACT: Examine the shelves where obviously Lemina's books lie (stuff about 
	gold, money, her weird poetry).  You might want to read all the books 
	if you've played Lunar 1, if you're curious as to what happened with 
	the previous heroes.  I think the bromide is in the shelves are on 
	the right, second row.
DESCRIPTION: Lemina enjoying a good book while she sits on her window.

7. Mia's Bromide - Warm Tea, Good Read
LOCATION: Transmission Spring Near Vane
EXACT: Talk to the guy near the Althena Statue.  There are only 2 people 
	there anyways, so finding this bromide wouldn't be too hard.
DESCRIPTION: Mia having tea on a good day.  She looks a bit older and so
	much thinner.  I think somebody ought to tell her to eat more.


The next group of bromides can be gotten during the Epilogue, after the
final battle with Zophar.  You'll just notice that some treasure chests
that weren't there before, suddenly start popping up.

They're also quite easy to find because you'll be stumbling upon most of 
them while looking for the rest of your party members. (You kind of want
to regroup because there's a new quest you may want to finish.)

8. Mauri's Bromide 1 - Afternoon Picnic
EXACT: Mauri's house.  Speak to Ronfar first to get him to join you in
	your new quest.  After this, speak to Mauri.  They'll have that
	ultra-mushy ewwy conversation and Mauri will give Ronfar her
	bromide as a means to remember her by (during your quest).
DESCRIPTION: Mauri is walking near a stream, carrying a fruit basket.
	Very pretty sight.

9. Mauri's Bromide 2 - In Leo's Footsteps (Sibling Rivalry)
EXACT: Behind Mauri's house is a chest that wasn't there before.  Open it.
DESCRIPTION: This is so weird... Mauri masquerading as Mystere (her brother
	Leo's alternate ego).

10. Jean's Bromide 3 - Long Hard Night
LOCATION: New Carnival
EXACT: At the North Carnival, talk to the guy on the right of the fence,
	and he'll sell you the bromide.
DESCRIPTION: Sexy Jean falling asleep after a hard days work.

11. Jean's Bromide 4 - Martial Awe
LOCATION: New Carnival
EXACT: Also at the North Carnival, there's a new treasure chest at the 
	back of one of the balloons.
DESCRIPTION: Jean is sparring with poor Hiro?  I pity the guy... (I don't
	think he stands a chance without his sword.)

12. Lucia's Bromide 3 - Blue Starlight
LOCATION: Mystic Ruins
EXACT: One of the pixies there will give you this bromide.  It looks like
	they like Lucia very much.
DESCRIPTION: Lucia sleeping like a baby.

13. Ghaleon's Bromide - Secret Garden Moment
LOCATION: Mystic Ruins
EXACT: Remember the room where you saw a record of the final battle of the
	first Lunar?  That's where you'll find this bromide.
DESCRIPTION: What a sweet moment!  Ghaleon shows his soft side here, spending
	quiet time with his pretty little pixies in the garden.

14. Luna's Bromide - Dreamy Weaver
EXACT: In the lower left house, there's a couple who were once part of
	Nall's kiddie group (once lived in Taben's peak).  Talk to the woman
	and she'll give you this "lucky charm" which originally came from
DESCRIPTION: Luna (from Lunar 1) stitching some patterns on a beautiful 

15. Borgan's Bromide - Rub-A-Dub-D'ohh!
EXACT: Enter the Ausa mansion (Lemina's home) and go to the throne room.
	Talk to Borgan.
DESCRIPTION: This is really weird!  Who would want to see a picture of 
	Borgan taking a bath????

16. Nall's Bromide - Fishy Fantasies
LOCATION: Taben's Peak
EXACT: On the room before Nall's quarters, talk to one of the kids 
	repeatedly.  To be sure, talk to them all, if some of the kids
	just repeat the same thing, move to the next, until you find one 
	who talks about something different each time.  There are only
	3 of them inside the room, so you won't have a problem.
DESCRIPTION: A cute picture of Ruby sleeping on Nall's tummy.  They're both
	dreaming about fish.  This is soo sweet.  Those two should end up
	together (heh).

17. Lucia 2 - Another Great Day
LOCATION: Taben's Peak
EXACT: Remember there was a baby in a cradly on Taben's Peak.  Go to that
	baby and you'll find that it has a Lucia bromide with it.  Everybody
	will wonder where the baby got it from.
DESCRIPTION: Lucia opening the window to let in the glorious rays of the sun.
	She's now wearing the short shorts that was given to her during the 
	Carnival escapade.

18. Lucia 4 - Splendor in the Grass
LOCATION: Taben's Peak
EXACT: Enter the room where Nall locked you up during your first meeting.
	There's now a new chest there.
DESCRIPTION: Lucia is enjoying the day while she's sitting on the grass.

19.  Lemina 4 - Steamy Scene
EXACT: Go to Ramus' shop again and enter his Hall of Horrors.  Actually
	you'll find the bromide easier if you use the passage in Lunn's Dojo.
	There's another new treasure chest (actually there were other 
	treasure chests I wasn't able to get here during my first visit,
	because I was dodging enemies but I'm pretty sure that new treasure 
	chest wasn't there the last time).
DESCRIPTION: A better version of Borgan's bromide.  This time it's Lemina
	in the bath tub.

20.  Mystere's Bromide - Shining Justice
LOCATION: Takkar Village
EXACT: Talk to the old man standing near the gate of the top part of
	Takkar Village.
DESCRIPTION: Mystere in three different poses.  It's ironic how a rigid
	guy like Leo could actually be this hilarious!  (He's my favorite
	btw, because he's cute.)

21.  Jean 1 - Gypsy Feast
EXACT: On the left of the Blue Dragon Dojo is a house which belongs to the
	Drunken Karate practitioners.  Talk to the perverted old man (who
	obviously has the hots for Jean), and you'll get your bromide.
DESCRIPTION: Jean sure looks like she could eat all that food, what with
	being a dancer and a martial artist at the same time!  She's 
	wearing her ultra sexy dancer's dress.

22.  Bromide still being located.  I saw in one of the forums that there's 
	a 22nd bromide in Lionhead (the lion-shaped sanctuary that you 
	couldn't enter during your first mission or regular quest).  I went
	there and literally got slowly tortured and eventually annihilated.
	So at the moment, I'm trying to get enough strength so I could 
	locate the exact location of this bromide.  My boyfriend told me
	that this is the last bromide......READ UPDATE BELOW BEFORE EMAILNG ME

	If I got lazy, I'd probably just have to borrow his brother's memcard 
	and list it here, but I'd rather award myself _after_ my own hard 
	work. I'd rather not spoil the fun, doncha think?.....READ UPDATE BELOW 

22. Hiro's Bromide - Adventurer's Club
LOCATION: Lionhead
EXACT: On the top floors of Lionhead, where there are no more annoying enemies,
	just before the boss battle.
DESCRIPTION: Hiro deserves a bromide too...  Hiro and Ruby running out of a 
	crumbling dungeon?  They must be treasure hunting again.

	NOTE:  Silly me didn't realize how easy Lionhead is, even at low levels.
	All you have to do is go first to the cave North of Horam and get that 
	special item that makes all your party's attacks higher.  Put that on Jean
	and have her cast the spell on her first turn.  Then have Hiro cast Triple
	Sword attack on the following types of enemies:

	(a) The Big Black Ball - Triple Sword is the only thing that kills it fast 
	(b) Mummy Leader - I dunno what the name of that group is, but if you encounter 
		a group of claymen, look for their leader (the one with a different 
		color from the others).  Just kill that and you're home free.  You 
		don't have to worry about the rest of them 'cause they die after that 
		leader dies.

23.  BROMIDE X - This is courtesy of nsrock@hotmail.com: "Hi.  I was reading your FAQ 
for Lunar 2 on GameFAQs.com, and I thought I'd inform you that there is one more hidden 
bromide in the game.  Bromide X can be found in the Epilouge in the curtain behind 
Borgan and Maria in Vane.  You can get it by going up to the curtain and pressing 
O, X, O, X, O, and so on until you hear a treasure chest open.  Interestingly, you can 
get a hint of its location in the Vane library on a bookshelf on the far wall, second 
from farthest right that Hiro proclaims to have jelly stains all over it.  Anyway, 
just thought you might want to know.  Your FAQ was very helpful to me.  Thanks!"

Well, thank you too.  My game was deleted but at least I get additional information thru
emailers.  *sniff*


Credits will have to go to the forum people of Disc 13 for hinting (without 
giving spoilers or exact locations) of the bromides.

Special thanks to the creators of Lunarhope.Com.  I don't think I could have finished
the labyrinths and mazes and dungeons in this game without their guidance.

Also to my sister, who loves experimenting different scenes in Lunar 2 with 
me.  She's the only who can stand reading the lengthy dialogues of most of 
the village people I've had to talk to.


Under no circumstances can the content of this FAQ sheet be copied.  If
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Lunar 2: Eternal Blue (Complete) is copyright by Game Arts, by
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copyright 2000 by Working Designs. I am neither an authorized distributor 
of the CD or a contributor in the creation of the game.

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