Causes shining stars to fall from the sky, damaging all enemies.
Critical hits have a 100% chance to restore allies' HP by 10(+5)%.
Books: +15% damage
Grants a 60(+10)% chance to inflict the enemy with two types of sap damage for 1(+1) turn(s). Sapped foes have decreased resistance.
Books: +10% damage
After their evolution from Estrellas, Polarises are almost always seen riding an aircraft of unknown origin. The aircraft, which looks like a cup or bowl of some sort, is psychically connected to the Polaris, moving according to the Polaris's will. Should another Astromon or human try to board the aircraft, it will be unresponsive. A veil of mystery shrouds this Astromon.
Polaris (light) is used to fuse:
Polaris (light) is not normally obtainable from fusion
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Grants a 100% chance to dispel enemy shields.
Books: +30% damage
Grants a 60(+20)% chance to silence the enemy for 1 turn(s). Silenced foes cannot use their active skill.
Books: +20% damage
Dark Polarises are infamously fussy and nearly uncontrollable. It is often said they are as hard to raise as they are mysterious. To put that into perspective, the vast majority of people will probably never see a dark Polaris in their lifetimes. And yet, Polarises have gained an unusual amount of notoriety, largely due to the autobiography of one of the most famous (on a number of levels) masters in all of Ultima, C. Brandon. In his book, he devoted an entire chapter to his love and hate for his Polaris, which was said to have struck fear into the hearts of all of Brandon's close associates due to its near constant mischief.
Polaris (dark) is used to fuse:
Polaris (dark) is obtainable from fusion:
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