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Shaman King:
Master of Spirits
Shaman King - Master of Spirits
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Developer: Konami
Publisher: Konami
Release: (NA) November 9, 2004
Genre: Platform-adventure
Platform: Game Boy Advance


Shaman King: Master of Spirits (シャーマンキング:マスターオブスピリッツ, "Shāman Kingu: Masutā obu Supirittsu") is a Game Boy Advance game that had been released in 2002. Konami decided to make a sequel to this game, it was released on November 9, 2004, supposedly only for the United States and Europe.

AboutEdit

Shaman King: Master of Spirits follows the story of Asakura Yoh, a junior high student who has the rare power to communicate with ghosts and spirits. In the game, you'll assume the role of Yoh as he strives to become the next Shaman King. Guide Yoh across multiple stages filled with dangers, enemies, and traps in an effort to stop an evil shaman from resurrecting the Guardian of Demons. Master various fighting techniques as you encounter characters and locales from the Manga series and Anime series.

StoryEdit

Asakura Yoh and the gang are hanging out at the Asakura Inn when all of a sudden, a mysterious character who names himself Magister appears and requests the Tome of the Shaman from Anna, he wants to use it to revive a previous Shaman King named "Mephias", and conquer the world. Of course, Anna doesn't want to hand over the tome, a fight ensues between Yoh and Magister, and the Tome gets torn in the process. After that, Magister runs away. Now Yoh and their friends must collect all the pages of the Shaman Tome scattered all over the stages before Magister does, to prevent the revival of Mephias.

BossesEdit

CharactersEdit

WorldsEdit

  • Eastern Cemetery
  • Northern Fields
  • Western Cemetery
  • Southern Mountains
  • Jungle Ruins
  • Tao Grounds
  • Industrial Area
  • Ice Lands

Spirits ListEdit

External LinksEdit

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Manga: Shaman King (Original Series) (Kang Zeng Bang) | Mappa Douji | Relax | Funbari no Uta | Miki's Life | Remix Tracks | Zero | Flowers | The Super Star | Red Crimson | Marcos
Anime: Shaman King (2001) | Shaman King (2021)
Games: Shaman King Chou Senjiryokketsu (Meramera Version | Funbari Version | 2 | 3) | Shaman King: Master of Spirits (1 | 2) | Legacy of the Spirits | Shaman King: Spirit of Shamans | Shaman King: Asu e no Ishi | Shaman King: Soul Fight | Shaman King: Funbari Spirits | Shaman King: Power of Spirit
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