The Legend of Legacy Walkthrough, Part Twenty-One: Tabletop Mountains - Western Mesa

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Prerequisites

Western Mesa is available as a map-for-purchase (3,000 St) in Initium when you visit Great Crag for the first time. Don’t bother. You can find a path to the Western Mesa in the northeast corner of Great Crag, not too far from the entrance.

Tabletop Mountains - Frost Drake Trail

- Ayup, more mountain stuff. You’re only likely to run into one new enemy here:
Thunder Whelps. They’re pretty similar to the other Whelps you’ve faced, and won’t bother you too much, even in large clusters.
- The path splits riiiiight from the start, though there’s not much to see up the ramp to the north besides a possible Sparkle on your left and an Archwing Egg nest your right.

- Return to the lower path and go east. Again the path splits; there’s nothing to the east besides an Archwing Egg nest up the ramp to your right, so you might as well go north. There’s a possible Sparkle on your left as you wander north, and another on your right, set into a large shell. There’s yet another potential Sparkle to the northwest, as well.

- The path splits again at this wide clearing. Northeast of the clearing you’ll find a small side island across a walkway of rocks. You might find a Sparkle. Yay!

- There are two paths that will take you into the northwest, but, honestly, there’s nothing to see up here besides an Archwing Egg nest, poisonous plants, and an annoying number of enemies. Don’t bother going this way unless you want a completed map. The only thing you have to see here is the first ramp in the north, where you’ll find a spot to scope out the Northern Mesa in the distance.

Frost Drake

Upon selling the map for Western Mesa in Initium you'll trigger the potential appearance of a powerful Frost Drake back in the Western Mesa. It will appear in the far northeast of the map as a massive enemy, though the chances of it doing so are about one in five. (Was for me, anyway.) It's essentially a supercharged Frost Drake, with two attacks per round and an extremely powerful Cold Breath. Still, it's not quite boss-level difficult, as long as you can heal yourself. (As far as I can tell, Frost Drake doesn't drop anything amazing, so it's best used for easier levelling.)


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