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Torasu
Torasu image.jpg
Prompt protector Torasu
Vital statistics
Class Priest -> Vicar
Gender Male
Race Hobbit
Faction Shining Force
Birthplace Prompt
Relatives Unknown
Appearances Shining Force: The Legacy of Great Intention
Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon

Torasu is a playable Hobbit Priest from the games Shining Force: The Legacy of Great Intention and Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon.

Background[]

Alef and Torasu are friends. Max must rescue them from the Tower of the Ancients. After winning the battle, both join your party.

Personality[]

Torasu is a kind and easy going old man. He teams up with Alef to go with Max to defeat Darksol.

Strategy[]

Torasu enters the Shining Force as the late-game healer. He learns Aura lvl.4 and is the only healer that has the Shield ability. with Aura lvl.4 one can potentially get away with not having to move him into the battle at all.

Players can also sometimes get away with having Torasu as the sole healer for any battle due to his healing prowess.

Detox can heal poisoned characters.

Shield allows to protect weak characters weaker then most other Force members including Flyers, the archers, mages and other healers.

He is the weakest of the priests and should be kept away from the frontlines.

Torasu's biggest weakest is his mana cost; for this reason alone, Torasu may never have to use Aura lvl.3 or lvl.4.

Also, as healers gain XP from healing other Force members, note that it is very easy to overuse Torasu and have him steal any potential XP from other healers.

In the last few battles, detox is almost a useless spell.

If the player has done their tactics in order to take advantage of tanks like Guntz and Adam, they may not need the Shield spell at all.

Powers & Magic[]

Torasu can use the following spells:

Spell Icon Level Acquired
L1 L2 L3 L4
Heal Magic Heal Icon-RoDD.gif
Detox Magic Detox Icon-RoDD.gif
Shield Magic Shield Icon-RoDD.gif
Aura Magic Aura Icon-RoDD.gif 20 24 28
  • Unlike in the original version, levels do not stack; therefore, if promoted early, a spell learned at level 12 unpromoted must be learned at level 12 promoted.
  • — indicates the character has already learned the spell.
  • An empty field means the character cannot learn up to that spell's level

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