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Garai (Boss)

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Garai
Garai.png
Japanese Name ガライ (Garai)
Location Isle of the Damned
Type None
Gender Male
Doppelgang No
HP Innate
1987 White
Attack Magic Attack
77 16
Defense Magic Defense
45 14
Drop (Common) Drop (Rare)
Dragoon's Honor n/a
Steal (Common) Steal (Rare)
n/a n/a
Absorbs Immune
n/a n/a
Gold
1358 G

Garai is a boss fought in Chrono Cross. It is the restless spirit of Garai, a former Deva of the Acacia Dragoons, whose tomb is found within the Isle of the Damned. When defeated, his soul is finally put to rest, and the party obtains the Einlanzer.

Battle and Strategy[edit]

He uses two powerful single target techs in battle, the TripleCut and the WillBreaker.

The TripleCut tech is a single target White elemental physical attack that does a large amount of damage. It can inflict Fatigued on the party member hit by it.

His most deadly move however is the WillBreaker, which is another White elemental single target physical damage attack which inflicts Asleep on the target, and also prevents that character from using White elemental magic.

Garai uses a basic attack pattern of Physical Attack -> TripleCut -> 2 Physical Attacks -> WillBreaker -> repeat.

Diminish can be very useful in this battle to weaken the strength of Garai's powerful TripleCut and WillBreaker. In addition, using Black Elements to simultaneously do damage to Garai as well as keep the field Black is probably a good idea. Having all characters allocated with a Revive element to their grid is recommended, both because Garai can kill a party member fairly easily with his powerful attacks (especially Black innate characters), and to minimize the risk of the main healer losing access to Revive due to Garai's Willbreaker attack.