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Guide on How to Defeat Jewel Eater Rematch
Jewel Eater returns as one of the bosses that you need to defeat in Trials of Mana Remake. Jewel Eater appears as an over-sized mole guarding its lair. The boss is encountered at Dragonsmaw.
Jewel Eater Rematch Information
Here is a breakdown of the boss’ strengths and weaknesses, stats, and skills:
Jewel Eater Rematch Stats
|Target Areas||Left Claw, Right Claw, Head, Left Feet, Right Feet|
|Recommended Level||Level 62 or higher|
|EXP Rewards||35,320 exp|
|Lucre Rewards||9,240 lucre|
Jewel Eater Rematch Skills
|Lick||Jewel Eater sticks its tongue out and swings its from right to left.|
|Slam||Jewel Eater stands on its back feet and slams the ground in front of him.|
|Rock Throw||Jewel Eater places its claw on the ground. Then, it targets three areas for its skill range and starts to throw rocks to that area.|
|Hard Hit||Jewel Eater charges up and dashes to the opposite side of the cave. The area of attack is large and deals up to 90 damage.|
|Grand Slam||Jewel Eater rages and transfers to the center of the arena. Then, it starts slamming the ground and rocks will fall down on random areas highlighted by an area of attack.|
Jewel Eater Rematch Strategies
Here is a breakdown of the battle strategies against the boss:
Setup your AI Battle Strategy
|Tactics||Protection is Paramount|
|Moves||Use moves without MP falling to 75%|
|Class Strikes||Do not use class strikes|
|Healing Items||Leave at least 5 of each items in stock|
Cast multiple debuffs on Jewel Eater’s body parts. Debuffs can be in the form of attack decrease (Power Down), defense decrease (Protect Down), and magic & magic defense decrease (Mind Down). These debuffs can be accessed as innate abilities or consumable items.
Cast buffs to yourself and your party members carefully while engaging Jewel Eater. These buffs can be in the form of attack increase (Power Up), defense increase (Protect Up), and magic & magic increase (Mind Up). They can be accessed as innate abilities or consumable items.
Enchant Weapon with Wind Element
If you have access to Siren Claw, enchant your melee characters’ weapon with Wind property to deal more damage to the boss. Elemental weapon enchants can be acquired from Item Seeds or through the Merchant Town Beiser’s Night Market.
Use Wind Elemental and Summon Magic
Make use of elemental or summon magic to damage Jewel Eater. If you have Angela in your party, kite the boss from a distance using Wind magic. If you ran out of MP, consume a Faerie Walnut or switch to another party member.
Launch Multiple Class Strikes
Once all party members have their CS gauges full, begin launching multiple class strikes against the boss. Start off with your main physical damage dealer first.
|← Darkshine Knight Boss Guide||Harcypete Rematch Boss Guide →|
|Fullmetal Hugger||Machine Golem R||Jewel Eater|
|Harcypete||Zehnoa||Bill & Ben|
|Gova||Machine Golem S||Bill & Ben Rematch|
|Zable Fahr||Darkshine Knight||Jewel Eater Rematch|
|Harcypete Rematch||Fullmetal Hugger Rematch||Crimson Wizard|
|Goremand||Grapplavine Rematch||Zehnoa Rematch|
|Gova Rematch||Tainted Soul||Malocchio|
|Golden Knight||Angela||King of Ferolia|
Trials of Mana Remake Recommended Article List
|▼Trials of Mana Remake Recommended Guides|
|Walkthroughs||Character Guides||Boss Guides|
|Strategy Guides||Classes||Class Tier List|
|Best Parties||Best Classes||Best Equipment|