Iko Domnag

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Iko Domnag, known in Japan as Kido Monga,[a] is a large industrial tower in the Light Realm of Magical Vacation. It has existed in the realm's mountain regions for centuries, acting as one of the greatest weapon and machine manufacturing sites in the universe. The tower directly borders Ufot Village, as it is where the resident dwarves come to work around the clock for their boss, Grenadine.

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

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Summary[edit | edit source]

In order to get Latte upgraded with a magic power generator, the party is tasked with climbing the tower so they can consult Grenadine. Getting him to agree will allow them to execute their plan to save the rest of the students, who were warped to the Dark Realm earlier.

Despite being the last dungeon in the Light Realm, Iko Domnag is rather easy to traverse since there are no random encounters; instead, enemies can be fought by interacting with pieces of scrap scattered throughout the hallways. Defeating these enemies will reward the party with a certain type of coin, including pinecones. Additionally, every enemy that appears from the scrap is ancient-elemental, meaning the best party member to bring along is Lemon, whose thunder spells can take them out with ease.

Gummy frog provision[edit | edit source]

Among the loose scrap are many bomber pots. These special kinds of potfolk only disappear if they are fed one green frog, but will respawn upon re-entering rooms, so it is recommended that players have at least 20-30 green frogs on-hand.

Grenadine's questions[edit | edit source]

To fight the boss of this dungeon, the party must first talk to the head dwarf, Grenadine, who asks them a series of questions to understand their situation. If Grenadine does not approve of their responses at any point, the conversation restarts from the very beginning. Grenadine initially wonders if the kids are enigmas in disguise, but will eventually understand their reasons for wanting to enter the Dark Realm. To prove whether they are worthy of having a magic power generator, he puts them up against his robotic Cerberus, the tartar terrier.[1]

Spirits[edit | edit source]

Name Location Requirements
Stone spirit 2 Iko Domnag 3F ・Catch 10+ gummy worms
・2 blue frogs
Fire spirit 2[b] Iko Domnag 5F 3 ignis coins

Items[edit | edit source]

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Iko Domnag 6F[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Its Japanese name, Kido Monga, is an anagram of 'ganmodoki', tofu fritters made with vegetables. This is where its name in the English fan translation, Iko Domnag, comes from.
  • In Magical Starsign, the Japanese name of Condimen Tower is also Kido Monga.
  • In the English fan translation, a dwarf in the tower make a reference to Cid, a recurring character in the Final Fantasy series who often appears as a mechanic.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Japanese: キード・モンガ, Hepburn: Kīdo Monga
  2. This spirit is blocked behind a line of gummy frogs. For 100% completion, do not attempt to recruit it until Cabernet is on the team.

References[edit | edit source]


Characters
Party ProtagonistPistachioAranciaGanacheKirschePecheBlueberryLemonLatteCassisCiderSesameChocolatCabernetOliveCandyChappyPotPucine the 4thDodoRicebirdPookaGummy FrogPuttyBrownMagic doll
Characters MadeleineBiscottiChardonnayVanillaBalsamicoPizzaVolcaneraTiramisuMousseMille-feuilleChiffonMeloneTortillaTarteTatinGateauParmesanQuattro FormaggiDab HasnelGrenadinePeabee AnjayMaceCinnamonGingerNectarMuskCocoaRad HasnelShallotKleinBlackcurrantEquillekrewKerendu
Spirits FireWindPoisonBeautyBladeSoundStoneInsectWoodBeastWaterThunderAncientDarkLightLove
Locations
Material Realm Will-o'-Wisp AcademyValencia Beach
Light Realm Mimolette ForestForest CaveOturan VillageWetsomus RuinsRicebird FieldsRicebird SpringsGreen Tea VillageCold Honey PalaceRekcarc QuarryVille de SourisTour de la RocheUfot VillageIko Domnag
Dark Realm Spollacs Swamp EdgeMasala Chai VillageIce IslandGelato CaveTapioca Tea VillageEcir ThicketMuy Mot DesertOpopmat CaveAkvavit CastleEnigma ForestTreeman's ColonyOsim VillageEastern ForestMt. MorbierAbos VillageSpollacs SwampBrownie CavernToptoh Mines
Abyssal Realm The Great RockGazpacho VillageTandooriThe BadlandsMay VillagePyramidArkoAbyssal CorridorEarth of DarknessDespair SwampDrazzig GrottoRevival Chamber
Bonus dungeons Garam MasalaTuoekatYekrut
Gameplay
Gameplay CombatMagicItemsEquipmentStickersLink Mode
Menu BiraBestiaryMagic notebook
Development
Corporate NintendoBrownie Brown
Staff Nobuyuki InoueShigeru MiyamotoShinichi KameokaTsukasa Masuko
Other Media
Guidebooks Magical Vacation Complete GuideMagical Vacation: A Mysterious World
Manga The Day Before the Seaside School