|Eternal Wings Boss|
|Type||Unclassified Life Form|
|Drops|| Emerald Earrings (automatic)|
Gleaming Helm (automatic)
|Picture||Magnus Giganticus (magnus)|
|Attack|| 1 card combo|
Physical 30, Dark 70
|Special Moves|| Dark Surge|
4 card combo
Physical 138, Water 42, Dark 130, Chrono 70
|Defense||Physical 15, Water 15, Dark 15, Chrono 15|
(0-3 time(s) per max combo)
A large shadow created with the leftover energy from an end magnus
Boss FightEditLike Gnosis, Magnus Giganticus is resistant to all elements. That means all elemental attacks will be cut in half. Lyude or Savyna fits the third spot, but it's your choice since Magnus Giganticus doesn't have as high of a resistance to Dark, like what Gnosis had. Another similarity to Gnosis, Magnus Giganticus can and will paralyze your party members with Chronos Cage. It also uses an attack called Dark Surge, which inflicts Dark and Chronos damage, and it hurts. Like the fight with Gnosis, stick mostly with neutral Magnus and physical attacks. You can still attack with elemental Magnus in the fight, but I can't say that it's exactly the most surefire way of defeating the boss quickly. Magnus Giganticus will begin to fall apart after inflicting enough damage on it, so you can kind of keep track of the battle. For example, you know the battle is almost over when there's nothing but a sliver of Magnus in front of you. All in all, the battle against Magnus Giganticus is a beefed-up version of the Gnosis fight.
Different from others bosses, it is the only one to really show how much damage he is taking. The more damaged he is, the more pieces of his body he loses.