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Kalay

Middle-eastern in design, Kalay is one of the more prosperous towns in Weyard.

Kalay (カレイの町 Kalay Town) is a prosperous town that is located in Angara on the eastern shore of the Karagol Sea.

GeographyEdit

It is across the sea from Tolbi, and the Silk Road connects the two. The town was founded by the merchant Master Hammet. A large settlement, with the largest building being Hammet Palace. The townspeople attribute its prosperity to Master Hammet's business skills, Lady Layana's love and devotion to the town and the aqueducts in Kalay Tunnel. Ivan lived in this town for most of his life prior to joining Isaac on his quest. A Colosso tour group leaves from Kalay in Golden Sun, which Isaac and co. join for the journey across the Karagol Sea.

Beneath Kalay is the Kalay Tunnel, which contains the Mars Djinni, Scorch. If the player frees Hammet from his detention in Lunpa, they may return here to gain access to the treasure room and the mountainside exit to the tunnels.

StoryEdit

Some time before the events of Golden Sun, Master Hammet, then a fledgling businessman, travelled across Weyard in search of a profitable source of trade. Eventually, he made a long journey to the distant land of Atteka (which was, at that stage, still connected by land to Gondowan, a trip that exhausted him so badly that it nearly cost him his life. He was saved however by a tribe of Jupiter Adepts, presumably residing in or around Contigo. These Adepts gave him some gold doubloons, the Shaman's Rod, the infant Ivan and a piece of advice, to trade silk produced in Xian with the citizens of Tolbi. In exchange, he was tasked with helping Ivan fulfil his future role as one of the party members who re-ignite the four Elemental Lighthouses.

Fearful he would run out of time (as he was given the ambiguous timeline of three years after a great storm that struck only Vale, which occurs in the game's prologue), Hammet traversed the land in search of this item, taking Ivan with him so that he could pass it on as soon as he found it. He never locates the item, and is instead captured by the band of thieves in Lunpa, leaving Ivan behind to re-acquire the Shaman's Rod that was stolen from him by a separate band of thieves in Vault, which unknowingly made Ivan, Isaac and Garet meet, thus putting Ivan on the path toward fulfilling his predestined role. If Hammet is rescued from his captors in Lunpa, he will explain that he did manage to find out that the item the party needs is located in Hesperia. This "something" is later revealed to be the Hover Jade, which is exchanged for the Shaman's Rod after completing the challenge of Trial Road although it is not Ivan, but rather Sheba who acquires the Jade. After the ignition of Jupiter Lighthouse, both parties do combine and hence Ivan is part of the group that fires the final beacon, thus fulfilling the prophecy.

Acting on the advice of the Jupiter Adepts that saved him, Hammet sets up the town of Kalay, between Xian and Tolbi, to exploit Silk Road's lucrative trading potential. This turns out to be a huge success, and Kalay grows to become one of the largest cities in Weyard, and Hammet receives the reputation (as Garet put it) of being the "greatest merchant ever known".

VendorsEdit

The town's Inn service is provided in the building just above the item shop and just east of the armor shop with a fee of 15 coins per Adept.

Shops of Kalay
Weapons
Item Class Cost Effect
Battle Mace Battle Mace Mace 2600 Attack +56
Battle Rapier Battle Rapier Light Blade 2900 Attack +58
Claymore Claymore Long Sword 4000 Attack +70
Great Axe Great Axe Axe 5200 Attack +80
Artifacts
Frost Wand Frost Wand Staff 5400 Attack +76, Unleashes Frost Bite
Armor
Item Class Cost Effect
Chain Mail Chain Mail Armor 2000 Defense +25
Gauntlets Gauntlets Gloves 1600 Defense +23
Heavy Armlet Heavy Armlet Bracelet 2000 Defense +25
Iron Helm Iron Helm Helm 1600 Defense +20
Iron Shield Iron Shield Shield 1200 Defense +20
Jerkin Jerkin Robe 2400 Defense +26
Mail Cap Mail Cap Hat 2000 Defense +23
Silver Circlet Silver Circlet Circlet 1300 Defense +16
Items
Item Class Cost Effect
Antidote Antidote Consumable Item 20 Cures Poison and Venom from one Adept
Elixir Elixir Consumable Item 30 Cures Sleep, Stun, and Delusion from one Adept
Herb Herb Consumable Item 10 Restores 50 HP to one Adept
Nut Nut Consumable Item 200 Restores 200 HP to one Adept
Sacred Feather Sacred Feather Consumable Item 70 Temporary lowers monster encounter rate

CollectiblesEdit

  • Coin 11 Coins: In a barrel to the lower right in the house to the lower right.
  • Elixir Elixir: In a barrel in the lower floor of the Inn.
  • Nut Nut: Dangling off a tree just above the cemetery. Use Catch.
  • Nut Nut: Hammet's Palace in a barrel to the lower right near the woman at the fireplace.
  • Sleep Bomb Sleep Bomb: In a pot to the lower left of the main town's top fountains.
  • Smoke Bomb Smoke Bomb: In an oven in the bottom floor of the two-story building at the upper right of town.
  • Vial Vial: In a pot bordering the lower right grave stone in the cemetery.
  • Water Jacket Water Jacket: Found in a treasure chest in the bottom-left room of Hammet's Palace.

Cultural ReferencesEdit

Kalay has a distinct Arabian touch to it, seen in the architecture and soldiers. Given its location along the Silk Road, with Xian being equivalent to China and Tolbi to Rome, Kalay is probably either Constantinople (modern day Istanbul) or Samarkand, with the former being the most likely given Kalay's eastern location on the Karagol Sea and Constantinople's eastern location on the Mediterranean Sea.

Towns and villages in Golden Sun
ValeVaultBilibinKolimaImilXianAltinKalayTolbiLunpaSuhallaLalivero
Towns and villages in Golden Sun: The Lost Age
DailaMadraAlhafraGarohMikasallaNaribweKibomboYallamApojii IslandsIzumoChampaLemuriaShaman VillageContigoLohoProx

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