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Twoson

After you defeat the cops, they let you go south to Twoson.

Exit Mice

To go to Twoson, go south from the arcade and continue going south along the path. On the way, there is a house where some Exit Mice live. An Exit Mouse can be kept like an item, and when you use one, it takes you instantly to the exit of a dungeon. You can only use one in a dungeon. Feel free to get one now.

Go to Twoson

Close to Twoson, you might encounter some Ramblin' Evil Mushrooms. They aren't very dangerous, but they can scatter spores, which causes a mushroom to grow on your head. This can make you feel strange during battle, which can confuse you into attacking yourself or your allies. Outside of battle, haivng a mushroom on your head can make your controller directions randomly become rotated or mirrored. To cure this condition, go into any hospital and talk to the blue-haired guy in the lobby. He will buy the mushroom from you, curing the condition.

You can go back to the Onett hospital if you need to get rid of a mushroom, or you can try to make it to Twoson and visit the hospital there.

There is a Hamburger on the way to Twoson.

In Twoson, you might encounter New Age Retro Hippies, Unassuming Local Guys, Annoying Old Party Men, Cranky Ladies, Mobile Sprouts, and Ramblin' Evil Mushrooms in the outskirts of town.

If you go near the entrance of the bicycle shop, a photographer will drop down from the sky and take your picture.

Go into the bicycle shop to borrow a bicycle, which lets you ride around quickly. Press R while riding the bike to ring the bell.

Call your Mom when you get a chance. The hotel has a free phone. Calling Mom can help prevent homesickness, which is a status ailment that makes Ness unable to fight. If he does get homesickness, call Mom as soon as possible to cure it. Or, if you have a Chick in your inventory, Ness can use it to cure the homesickness.

You will also learn about Escargo Express when you call Mom.

You should go to the Department Store to upgrade your equipment.

Find out about Paula's Kidnapping

Go to Polestar Preschool to learn that the owners' gifted daughter was kidnapped. Go upstairs to get a Teddy Bear. You might want to call Escargo Express and have them store the Teddy Bear for now.

Visit Burglin Park

Your next stop is Burglin Park, where Everdred watches over things from his roof. Talk to the grungy kid and buy the For Sale sign from him. This is a useful item that lets you sell anything, no matter where you are (except for a few places where the sign won't work). Also, you can buy fresh eggs from the tough guy. These will hatch into Chicks if you wait long enough, and the Chicks will eventually grow into Chickens, which you can sell for a considerable profit. Also, if Ness becomes homesick, a Chick will cheer him up with no need to call home. If you have a Chick in your inventory, you will hear a chirping noise in the background sometimes. If you have a Chicken in your inventory, you will hear a clucking chicken noise in the background sometimes.

Be sure to buy a Copper Bracelet from the dreadlocks guy in Burglin Park. It will increase your defense.

Fight Everdred. Or Not.

You don't have to fight Everdred, but you can if you want to find out where to look for Paula. Or you can just read this walkthrough to find out.

If you do want to fight Everdred, be sure to call Escargo Express and give them anything that you don't want to get stolen. You might also want to bring a Teddy Bear.

Then go all the way to the left side of Burglin Park to find Everdred's house. He will leap down and fight you before talking to you.

Everdred

Keep your HP above 50. Having a Teddy Bear will help reduce the damage to you, and it can also reduce the chance that Everdred will steal something from you.

You can defeat Everdred by using PSI Rockin α three times. Be prepared to heal in case Everdred inflicts mortal damage.

After you defeat Everdred, he tells you that Paula is in Peaceful Rest Valley. Everdred also tells you to visit him after you rescue Paula. Don't forget!

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