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ColossoLobby

The eight finalists for the Colosso Finals, waiting in the Colosseum lobby. From left to right: Azart, Morgan, Satrage, Isaac, Navampa, Buford, Galahad, and Dekka.

The term Colosso Gladiators, while a term used to describe any warrior that competes in the Colosso competitions, also refers to any of the eight finalists that compete in the Colosso Finals, of which one is a playable character (Isaac) and three of which are battle enemies that can appear in both games in the Golden Sun series, who are Azart, Satrage, and Navampa.

Colosso is the premier tournament of warriors across Weyard and is where all warriors dream of proving their valor. Warriors who win well at Colosso gain reputation that will help them contract jobs as mercenaries. Babi's advertised purpose of holding the Colosso tournament is to find capable warriors that can work well as his personal bodyguards and palace soldiers. Residents of Tolbi also get to play a lottery-style game called Lucky Guess during each year's Colosso where they bet on which of the Colosso gladiators will win the championship, similar to real-world horse racing betting.

In Golden Sun, in the episode where Isaac is entered into the Colosso Finals by Colosso's organizer Babi, Isaac will end up defeating Azart and Satrage in the first and second matches of the finals, and when he battles Colosso's toughest opponent, Navampa, he may either win or lose the battle and still progress with the story. If he wins Colosso, he will receive the victor's prize, a Lure Cap, and if this game file is saved as a completed data file and used for data transfer into Golden Sun: The Lost Age, Isaac will have attained a degree of fame and the three gladiators he defeated will gather and suspect that Isaac's seemingly impossible victory over them must have been rigged.

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The three gladiators who lost to Isaac previously show up in Shaman Village Cave for a rematch.

So, late in The Lost Age when Isaac's travelling party has joined forces with Felix, the trio of gladiators eventually catch up to Isaac's group within Shaman Village Cave in Hesperia, declaring that they want to pay him back, but as it is a three-against-eight battle for them, their second defeat at Isaac's hands is pretty much a given, and Isaac's party will win 1131 EXP and 748 Coins. Navampa, Satrage, and Azart will acknowledge Isaac's warrior abilities as valid and make it up to him by giving him a treasure they found earlier in the cave, the unique Golden Shirt.

MorganEdit

MiniMorgan

Morgan (モルガン Morgan) is a gladiator in blue armor who placed first in the Colosso trials. He is aspiring to win Colosso like many others, and is not abrasive in personality. In an ironic twist, however, in the Colosso Finals he loses early on and is not able to appear as one of the three opponents Isaac battles.

In Golden Sun: The Lost Age, if Isaac won against Colosso and the file is used as data transfer, Morgan will be present at the second floor of the Inn in Madra, along with Dekka. What he says about Colosso to Felix, however, appears to be a mistranslation, saying that he "hears" there's a competition called Colosso and that he's planning to enter it; he says that as if he was made aware of Colosso's existence only recently, when it's obvious he competed and lost in the last Colosso in the previous Golden Sun. (One could assume instead that Morgan intentionally blocked his loss out of his memory and is merely pretending that he's going to compete legitimately good for the first time, though there is nothing in the games that can prove this.)

AzartEdit

Azart

Azart (アザート Azart) is a gladiator in gold armor who placed second in the Colosso trials. He is also an aspiring warrior, and speaks more casually than the others. He is Isaac's first opponent in the Colosso Finals as his opponent in Colosso Final 1; as such he is less powerful in battle than his peers Satrage and Navampa. He is of a standard size for a human when fought.

When Isaac fights him in battle at the center arena of the match, he will have 450 HP, 206 Attack, 62 Agility, and 9 Luck. His Defense rating will differ depending on whether you make it to the arena first and pick up the stronger piece of equipment or not. If Azart comes in second, he will have a measly 2 Defense points from the Padded Gloves he wears, but if he arrives at the arena first the Iron Shield he holds makes his Defense rating 20. In terms of resistance, Azart has a Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury resistance rating of 90 each and in regards to his battle commands, he uses his available Mars-based attack with a Mars power rating of 80. Defeating him in battle will not net you any material rewards or EXP.

Azart can use the following battle commands:

  • Attack: Used 7 times out of 8 this is his standard physical attack.
  • Defend: Used 1 times out of 8, Azart has the ability to use the Defend command, which causes all damage to be reduced down to 50% for the turn, and this effect is active before any other action in the turn takes place.

Azart also carries the following consumable items, which he may use in place of a move from his normal move list each time it acts:

  • 1 Oil Drop: An item that emulates the Psynergy spell Flare Storm, dealing a Mars-based attack with a power rating of 80 and a range of 3.
  • 2 Nuts: An item that restores 200 HP.

Solid strategy to battling Azart is to either cast Ragnarok when Isaac is a Gallant or Lord, Planet Diver if Isaac is a Savage, or most useful and effective of all Death Plunge if he has the Djinn available to be a Ninja. Death Plunge's effect of possibly inflicting Stun on Azart is an extremely useful effect for this battle that will practically ensure Isaac's victory in the match.

In Golden Sun: The Lost Age, if Isaac won against Colosso and the file is used as data transfer, Azart and his two peers Satrage and Navampa will appear to greet you in Shaman Village Cave after Isaac's party has joined forces with Felix's late in the game. Azart agrees with the other two that Isaac shouldn't have been able to win against established warriors like them, and he and the others wage a battle together against Isaac and Felix's whole party in an attempt at a rematch, perhaps somewhat foolishly because they are defeated easily. Azart apologizes to Isaac like the others, and as he leaves with the other two he remarks that maybe they'll see Isaac there at the next Colosso they'll compete at.

Azart is the weakest of the three enemies like last time, with his stats now changed to 365 HP (less than the first game), 328 Attack, 66 Defense, 134 Agility, and 10 Luck. Azart's resistance are the same as the first game, but this time he uses his available Jupiter-based attack with a Jupiter power rating of 80.

Azart's attack options are exactly the same as they were in the first game. However, he also carries the following consumable items, which he may use in place of a move from his normal move list each time it acts:

  • 1 Weasel's Claw: An item that emulates the Psynergy spell Sonic Slash, dealing a Jupiter-based attack with a power rating of 120 and a range of 3.
  • 2 Nuts: An item that restores 200 HP to himself or an ally.

When felled this time, Azart gives you 355 EXP and 232 Coins. He should take only about two attacks from your current battling party of Adepts before he is defeated.

GalahadEdit

MiniGalahad

Galahad (ガラハド Galahad) is a gladiator in dark purple armor who placed third in the Colosso trials. He is a very nervous individual who is easily excitable, and waits anxiously for the Colosso Finals to begin so he can get it over with. This personality is likely why he does not win over the other warriors to end up battling Isaac. His only appearance is when he is up against a wall thinking to himself, and lets out a yelp if Isaac talk to him and keeps facing him afterwards wherever Isaac walks around the room. His nature is in direct contrast to his name, which is the name of one of the Knights of the Round Table in Arthurian legend.

In The Lost Age, if Isaac won against Colosso and the file is used as data transfer, Felix's party will meet him in Mikasalla. He will explain to Felix that he is trying to find Isaac and warn him that Azart, Satrage, and Navampa are out for revenge against him. In this aspect, one could conclude that he does match his namesake, Sir Galahad of King Arthur's Knights of the Round Table.

SatrageEdit

Satrage

Satrage (サトレージ Satrage) is a gladiator in light yellowish green armor who placed fourth in the Colosso trials. He is a more thoughtful and concentrated warrior. He is Isaac's second opponent in the Colosso Finals as his opponent in Colosso Final 2; as such he is better in battle than his earlier peer Azart but is not as strong as Navampa. When fought in the Colosso Finals in Golden Sun he is slightly larger than Azart, but if fought in Shaman Village Cave in Golden Sun: The Lost Age his size will have decreased to the exact level of Azart, which may be a design oversight.

When Isaac fights him in battle at the center arena of the second match, he will have 570 HP, 228 Attack, 73 Agility, and 12 Luck. His Defense rating will differ depending on whether you make it to the arena first and pick up the stronger piece of equipment or not. If Satrage comes in second, he will have a measly 3 Defense points from the Cotton Shirt he wears, but if he arrives at the arena first the Chain Mail he holds makes his Defense rating 28. In terms of resistance, Satrage has a Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury resistance rating of 90 each. Defeating him in battle will not net you any material rewards or EXP.

Satrage can use the following battle commands:

  • Attack: Used 7 times out of 8; this is his standard physical attack.
  • Defend: Used 1 times out of 8; Satrage has the ability to use the Defend command, which causes all damage to be reduced down to 50% for the turn, and this effect is active before any other action in the turn takes place.

Satrage also carries the following consumable items, which he may use in place of a move from his normal move list each time it acts:

  • 1 Smoke Bomb: An item that envelops a single targeted Adept in a smoke cloud, having a chance to inflict that Adept with the Delusion status condition.
  • 2 Nuts: An item that restores 200 HP.

An effective strategy for battling Satrage is to approach the fight the same way as the battle with Azart: cast Ragnarok when Isaac is in the Gallant or Lord class, Planet Diver if Isaac is a Savage, or Death Plunge if he can be a Ninja. Death Plunge's effect of possibly inflicting Stun on Satrage is an extremely beneficial effect in this battle that will practically ensure Isaac's victory in the match if it works.

In Golden Sun: The Lost Age, if Isaac won Colosso and the file is used as data transfer, Satrage and his two peers Azart and Navampa will have caught up to you in Shaman Village Cave after Isaac's party has joined forces with Felix's late in the game. Satrage agrees with the other two that the comparatively scrawny Isaac shouldn't have been able to win against professional warriors like them, and he and the others wage a battle together against Isaac and Felix's whole party in an attempt at a rematch, perhaps somewhat foolishly because they are defeated easily. Satrage apologizes to Isaac like the others, and as he leaves with the other two he remarks that hopefully they will be strong enough to win for real at the next Colosso.

This time around, Satrage's stats are now 485 HP (less than the first game), 342 Attack, 74 Defense, 145 Agility, and 13 Luck. Satrage's resistances are the same as the first game, but this time he uses his available Venus-based attack with a Venus power rating of 80.

Satrage's attack options are exactly the same as they were in the first game. However, he also carries the following consumable items, which he may use in place of a move from his normal move list each time he acts:

  • 1 Bramble Seed: An item that emulates the Psynergy spell Nettle, dealing a Venus-based attack with a power rating of 140 and a range of 5.
  • 1 Smoke Bomb: An item that envelops a single targeted Adept in a smoke cloud, having a chance to inflict that Adept with the Delusion status condition.
  • 2 Nuts: An item that restores 200 HP to himself or an ally.

When defeated this time, Satrage yields 378 EXP and 249 Coins. He should take about three attacks from your current battling party of Adepts before he is defeated.

DekkaEdit

MiniDekka

Dekka (デッカ Dekka) is a gladiator in cyan armor who placed fifth in the Colosso trials. He is very determined and dedicated to his goal of winning Colosso, enough that when he is seen in the warrior's lobby in Golden Sun he is too focused on psyching himself up for the match to take notice of Isaac if Isaac tries to talk to him. (His lines to himself are in the third person and consist of "Dekka must win the finals. Dekka. Dekka...) Navampa will speak to Isaac in Dekka's place and will express his opinion that the Colosso Finals cannot be won that easily; this opinion appears to ring true because Dekka loses the Colosso Finals tournament before he can be set up as an opponent against Isaac. Dekka also likes looking out windows.

In Golden Sun: The Lost Age, if Isaac won against Colosso and the file is used as data transfer, Dekka will be present at the second floor of the Inn in Madra, along with Morgan, and he announces to Felix his determination to defeat the gladiator Isaac at the next Colosso.

NavampaEdit

Navampa

Navampa (ナヴアンバ Navampa) is a gladiator in violet armor who placed sixth in the Colosso trials. Hailing from Gondowan, Navampa is a more serious warrior who is not easily excitable, but despite his placing in the preliminaries he proves the strongest of the Colosso Gladiators other than Isaac. He is Isaac's third and final opponent in the Colosso Finals as his opponent in Colosso Final 3; as such he is better in battle than either of his previous peers Azart and Satrage. When fought in the Colosso Finals in Golden Sun he is slightly larger than Satrage and thus noticeably larger than Azart, but if fought in Shaman Village Cave in Golden Sun: The Lost Age his size will have decreased to the exact level of Azart and Satrage, which may be a design oversight.

When Isaac fights him in battle at the center arena of the third match, he will have 820 HP, 54 Defense, 84 Agility, and 16 Luck. His Attack rating will differ depending on whether you make it to the arena first and pick up the stronger piece of equipment or not. If Navampa comes in second, his attack rating for the battle will be 232 Attack with the Hunter's Sword he holds, but if he arrives at the arena first the Claymore he holds makes his Attack rating 274. In terms of resistance, Navampa has a Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Mercury resistance rating of 90 each. Defeating him in battle is not mandatory, and defeating him will not net you any material rewards or EXP from the battle itself, but defeating him will win you the Lure Cap from Babi after Colosso concludes.

Navampa can use the following battle commands:

  • Attack: Used 7 times out of 8 this is his standard physical attack.
  • Defend: Used 1 times out of 8, Navampa has the ability to use the Defend command, which causes all damage to be reduced down to 50% for the turn, and this effect is active before any other action in the turn takes place.

Navampa also carries the following consumable items, which he may use in place of a move from his normal move list each time it acts:

  • 1 Smoke Bomb: An item that envelops a single targeted Adept in a smoke cloud, having a chance to inflict that Adept with the Delusion status condition.
  • 1 Sleep Bomb: An item that envelops a single targeted Adept in a smoke cloud, having a chance to inflict that Adept with the Sleep status condition.
  • 1 Nut: An item that restores 200 HP.

Solid strategy to battling Navampa is the same as when battling Azart and Satrage: cast Ragnarok when Isaac is in the Gallant or Lord class, Planet Diver if Isaac is a Savage, or Death Plunge if he can be a Ninja. Death Plunge's effect of possibly inflicting Stun on Navampa is an extremely and especially beneficial effect for this battle that will go a long way in ensuring Isaac's victory in the match if it works.

In Golden Sun: The Lost Age, if Isaac won against Colosso and the file is used as data transfer, Navampa and his two peers Azart and Satrage will stumble upon you in Shaman Village Cave after Isaac's party has joined forces with Felix's late in the game. Navampa agrees with the other two that there is no way the young Isaac could have trounced big warriors like them so thoroughly without cheating, and he and the others wage a battle together against Isaac and Felix's whole party in an attempt at a rematch, perhaps somewhat foolishly because they are defeated easily. Navampa apologizes to Isaac like the others, and he places on the ground for Isaac to pick up the Golden Shirt they found in a chest in the cave earlier as thanks for when Isaac accepts

This time around, Navampa's stats are now 735 HP (less than the first game), 368 Attack, 100 Defense, 156 Agility, and 17 Luck. Navampa's resistance are the same as the first game, but this time he uses his available Mercury-based attack with a Mercury power rating of 80.

Navampa attack options are exactly the same as they were in the first game. However, he also carries the following consumable items, which he may use in place of a move from his normal move list each time it acts:

  • 3 Crystal Powder: An item that emulates the Psynergy spell Hail Prism, dealing a Mercury-based attack with a power rating of 90 and a range of 5.
  • 1 Sleep Bomb: An item that envelops a single targeted Adept in a smoke cloud, having a chance to inflict that Adept with the Sleep status condition.
  • 2 Nuts: An item that restores 200 HP to himself or an ally.

When defeated this time, Navampa yields 398 EXP and 267 Coins. He should take about four or five attacks from your current battling party of Adepts before he is defeated.

BufordEdit

MiniBuford

Buford (ビウホード Buhord) is a gladiator in black armor who placed seventh in the Colosso trials. In spite of his placing (or perhaps because of it), he is hopeful and considers all warriors to have equal chances of winning the day. Nonetheless, Buford is not able to win enough matches at Colosso to be set up as Isaac's opponent in a match, making him perhaps the least noteworthy of the gladiators. Unlike all the other Colosso participants, he doesn't make a cameo appearance in Golden Sun: The Lost Age via the transfer feature.

IsaacEdit

Main article: Isaac
MiniIsaac

Isaac (ロビン Robin) is the main character of the overall Golden Sun series, and the player's playable avatar throughout the first game. Isaac, hailing from Vale in Angara, journeyed to Altmiller Cave and rescued the lord of Tolbi and the Colosso festival, Babi, from an eventual death, using his Venus Psynergy powers to enhance his warrior skills. This catches Babi's eye enough that he decides to personally register Isaac in the Colosso Finals so that he may observe the full extent of Isaac's capabilities. This is unprecedented in Colosso history because Isaac never participated in the Colosso trials like the other gladiators, which comes as somewhat outrageous to some. For entering only the Colosso finals as Babi's favored warrior, Isaac is technically registered as the contestant who placed eighth in the Colosso preliminaries.

Isaac does startlingly well in the Colosso finals, winning the first two Finals matches against his opponents Azart and Satrage, but people do not realize that his warrior skills are being fueled by his magical powers as a Venus Adept. His toughest battle is waged at the end of the third Finals match against Navampa, and he may possibly lose, but in the event Isaac defeats Navampa and wins the title of Colosso champion, he will gain a degree of fame and create some partially vengeful rivals who will eventually conclude that Isaac must have cheated somehow.

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