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Mana Palace

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Mana Palace
First appearance Secret of Mana (1993)
Latest appearance Secret of Mana HD (2018)
Greater location Sunken Continent
Inhabitant(s) Dryad (formerly) • Emperor Vandole (temporarily) • Gemma (temporarily) • Fanha (temporarily) • Krissie (temporarily) • Mara (temporarily) • Neko (temporarily) • Pamaela (temporarily) • Sergo (temporarily) • Sheex (temporarily)

The Mana Palace, also known as the Tree Palace, is a location in Secret of Mana. It's a small temple housing the Wood Mana Seed. It is connected to the Grand Palace to the east and to its base outside, the Underground City to the south, and the Mana Fortress to the north (before activation). Dryad joins once Aegagropilon is defeated.

The party must venture inside the palace to prevent the Empire from resurrecting the Mana Fortress.


Secret of Mana[edit]


Neko's Shop[edit]

Item(s) Cost
Candy 20 GP
Medical Herb 20 GP
Chocolate 60 GP
Cup of Wishes 300 GP
Faerie Walnut 1000 GP
Royal Jam 200 GP
Barrel 900 GP
Vambrace 37,500 GP
Vestguard 65,500 GP
Needle Helm 30,000 GP


  • The distinction between the Mana Palace and the Grand Palace wasn't made very clear by the developpers. This might be due to the fact that the game was being rushed at some point.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マナの神殿
Mana no shinden
Mana Temple
Spanish Santuario de Mana Sanctuary of Mana
French Temple de Mana (3D) Same as English (3D)
German Mana-Tempel (3D) Same as English (3D)


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