Dragon’s Crown Pro Runes – One of the most useful things that you have at your disposal in Dragon’s Crown Pro are the various runes, and more importantly, the spells and special effects that they can create when the correct combinations are used.
Of course, you can see the combinations yourself when you’re in town, but when you’re out in the field (and assuming you haven’t painstakingly written them all down on pen and paper), you just don’t have access to that information any longer.
Well, we’ve solved that problem for you because not only do we have the full chart below, but we describe what each spell does, too.
Dragon’s Crown Pro Runes – What They Do
Now, onto what the spells *actually* do! (Beware some story spoilers below)
Call Sylphide’s Wind – Creates a barrier which uses wind to shield all players
D I E – Related to the story (No special active effect)
Dead Be Gone – Kills all undead foes
Double Score Bonus – Doubles all score earned
Enchanted Coin Geyser – Causes a random amount of money to spray around the screen
Extra Item Stock – Allows all consumable items to be used one extra time
Generate Weapon Stash – Creates a crate stuffed with temporary use weapons
Life From Stone – Related to the story (Brings statues to life)
Open The Sesame – Any hidden doors are opened
Petrify The Flesh – Freeze enemies to the spot
Potency And Durability – Provides buffs to both attack and defence
Reveal Mystery Zone – Related to the story – (enables access to the Illusionary Lands)
Salve of Life – Creates a healing circle
Sigil Of Death – Casts a spell that has a high chance of destroying all enemies in range
Solomon’s Flying Carpet – Related to the story (Creates a magic carpet to be ridden)
Strength Beyond Strength – Makes a player immune to all damage
The Phoenix Incarnation – Gives all players one extra life point
The Skeleton Key – Opens all hidden doors
The True Fist – Increases the damage of all unarmed attacks
Treasure Hunter’s Friend – Reveals hidden treasure
Tri-Elemental Blast – Casts an AoE spell that contains Fire, Ice and Lighting elements
If you enjoyed this Dragon’s Crown Pro Runes guide, you might want to check out our Dragon’s Crown Pro general tips article.
Source: Dragon’s Crown Wiki & Reverof1 at GameFAQs