Magatsu Inaba is the eighth dungeon in the TV World. It only becomes available after finding the true killer. It must be completed by December 26th, but it’s best to complete it by December 22nd for story purposes. Unlike all past dungeons, this one will not have a new boss battle after clearing the original.
The dungeon is broken up into two sections: Magatsu Inaba (2 Floors) and Magatsu Mandala (6 Floors).
The first floor in Magatsu Inaba is straight forward, but the second may confuse some players. You’ll notice the doors in the North West will be locked on the second floor. Head to the middle of the area and investigate the small pit. Jump down the hole to teleport to Magatsu Mandala.
In Magatsu Mandala, all floors are called “Worlds.” When you reach the third floor do not touch any shadow or allow them to touch you. If you do so, you will get sent back to the entrance and have to start from World 1. Reach the end of World 3 to find the first Boss Shadow.
Chaos Fuzz is a pretty simple boss battle. He only has two attacks: Summon and a Gun Attack. It can summon other Chaos Fuzz or a shadow called Amorous Snake.
Chaos Fuzz has normal affinities for a boss battle. It is neutral to the four elements and physical, but immune to Light and Darkness. Amorous Snake on the other hand is weak to Darkness. Kill them all off before more are summoned.
Reach the middle of World Six to find another boss: Envious Giant.
- Megidolaon: Severe Almighty damage to the entire party
- Tentarafoo: May cause Panic to the entire party
- High Counter: 20% chance of reflecting Physical attacks.
Envious Giant is resistant to all elemental magic attacks. Use Almighty or Physical damage to take it down, but be wary of the High Counter which can reflect Physical damage.
Defeat the boss battle, use a Dungeon exit item like Goho-M, and re-enter Magatsu Inaba from the second floor. The area to the North West will now be open. Take the stairs to the next floor for the the next boss battle.
Note: If you’ve maxed out the Aeon Social Link, you may want to reach Level 91 and create Izanagi-no-Okami for the next dungeon.
- Heat Riser: Increases Attack, Defense, and Hit/Evasion rates on the boss
- Vorpal Blade: Physical damage to the entire party
- Mudoon: Medium Chance: Darkness to one party member
- Evil Smile: Inflicts Fear to the entire party
- Maziodyne: Heavy Electric damage to the entire party
- Dekaja: Removes stat bonuses to the entire party
- Magurdyne: Heavy Wind damage to the entire party
Adachi may be a tough boss battle if you’re under leveled. However, if you’ve reached the higher levels (80s-90s) this should be a breeze. Like many other boss battles, he is neutral to everything, while being immune to Darkness and Light.
There are a small number of Skills Adachi can perform. The most troublesome are Heat Riser and Evil Smile. Heat Riser will increase all of Adachi’s stats. If you try to increase your stats to match his, he will remove your team’s stat bonuses with Dekaja. If anything, it’s best to use Dekaja yourself to remove his stat bonuses. Evil Smile may inflict Fear on the entire party. Be prepared with items or status healing skills to remove the ailment before a party member escapes battle.
Another attack you may want to keep an eye out for is Mudoon. This may instantly kill one of your party members unless they are immune to Darkness Skills.
After defeating Adachi, another boss battle will be directly after.
- Agidyne: Heavy Fire damage to one party member
- Foolish Whisper: Inflicts the entire party with Silence
- God’s Judgement: Almighty damage to one party member
- Ziodyne: Heavy Electric damage to one party member
- Nebula Oculus: Magic damage to the entire party
- Agneyastra: Heavy Physical Damage to the entire party 1x – 3x.
- Maragidyne: Heavy Fire Damage to the entire party
- Magarudyne: Heavy Wind Damage to the entire party
- Masukunda: Reduces Hit/Evasion Rate on the entire party
- Bewildering Fog: User is immune for two turns
- Mind Charge: Doubles the power of the next magic attack
- Sukukaja: Increases user’s Hit/Evasion rate
- Tarukaja: Increases user’s Attack
- Megidola: Heavy Almighty damage to the entire party
- Quake: Attack to the entire party
- Attack: Physical damage to one party member
- Marakunda: Reduces Defense on the entire party
Ameno-sagiri has the same affinities as Adachi. It can cast a number of elemental (and non-elemental Almighty) damage to the entire party. If it knocks down an ally, it will get another turn. Make sure to look out for Foolish Whisper, as it can Silence the entire party. Use items or status healing skills to remove the ailment. If you’re silenced, you won’t be able to use your Persona!
When Ameno-sagiri’s HP reaches 50%, it will use Bewildering Fog. This skill will make it immune until it comes back out of the fog. Use this opportunity to heal your party and buff their stats. The turns after the fog will most likely buff its own stats with Kaja and Mind Charge skills. Block after they have all been cast to survive the next set of attacks.
Defeat the boss to continue the story.
Note: Keep Three Golden Chains and Orichalum from the Materials for a few Quests down the road. There won’t be any new bosses at later dates, so there’s no reason to come back unless you want to face The Reaper again.