- Low-damage, short-range weapon.
- Conjures spells with a wide area of effect. Acquires MP quickly.
- Thus Spake the Aesir: It send forbidden runes forth to smite the enemy.
- Thunderclaw: Rains down bolts of lightning, electrocuting enemies.
- Chapter 2, Verse XIII
Destroy ALL enemies in the narrow valley in the northcentral part of the map. The chest will appear near a rock across the bridge where the healing chest is.
- Chapter 8, Verse 2 (Chest Item).
- Dancer's Fury: The standard five-hit combination for all rods.
- Headwind Blade: A good area-of-effect attack combination where Manah hits enemies up into the air and twirls her staff with her legs in a 360-degree motion.
- Tailwind Blade: In this combination, Manah runs forward and knocks the enemy into the air before performing a wide-sweeping attack with her staff.
In a northern island country, there was a wise man trusted by all people. Known as the Man Who Can See a Thousand Leagues, he wandered the countryside with this staff in his hand.
The staff could cure diseases and injury in all those who touched it. When placed on the ground, it could make even the most barren lands fertile.
If the staff was touched to a person, it could tell if that person lied or told the truth. If the staff was touched to a wicked man, that man would fall on his knees and repent all his sins.
If the staff was touched to monsters, they would flee. And if the staff was touched to demons, with words forbidden by the gods, burn them to blackened ash.
During his journey south, a priest stopped off at a poor, nameless village far from civilization. Though he was famous for his wisdom, and could see for a thousand miles, he was just another traveler to the people of the remote settlement.
But nonetheless, the village gave the traveling priest a very warm welcome. Moved by their heartfelt hospitality, he presented them with a staff as a token of his appreciation.
The staff held miraculous powers. As the priest watched the villagers’ face light up at the gift, he prayed that their lives would be filled with happiness.
However, the villagers gave the staff to a traveler with a bad back. When the priest heard word of this, he realized that the villagers lives were already as happy as they could be. Their contentment was a greater gift than even his staff.