|Common Drop||Rare Drop||Common Steal||Rare Steal|
|Return Sphere||Friend Sphere||Lv. 3 Key Sphere||Lv. 3 Key Sphere (x2)|
Before diving deep into the battle, both of the Ronsos’ stats are determined by Kimahri’s stats. Namely, their HP is determined by Kimahri’s Strength and Magic stats, while their Str/Mag is determined by his HP. Thankfully, their Strength and Magic will eventually be capped at some point, so it doesn’t matter how much HP you pump into Kimahri. However, you do want to be a little more careful about his Strength and Magic stats, as their HP can reach some higher levels and it might become a slogfest. If you haven’t been using Lancet a lot during your travels, then you may want to do it in this battle, as both Ronsos will have four Ronso Rages each.
Biran will have Thrust Kick, Doom, Self-Destruct and Mighty Guard, while Yenke will have Fire Breath, Aqua Breath, Stone Breath and White Wind. The catch is that the last one on each Ronso’s list will require that they use them before you can learn them. They will only use them if they go under 25% HP, but you will have to keep track of a few extra things. Biran will use Berserk on himself if you happen to defeat Yenke first, so he won’t use Mighty Guard because of that. Yenke will use Haste on himself if you defeat Biran first, which shouldn’t prevent him from using White Wind, but he might only use it if both are present.
So, if you wish to learn the two better Ronso Rages, you will want to bring both of them under 25% while both are still alive (you can learn them elsewhere, so it doesn’t matter). Before moving on to the actual battle, both of the Ronsos’ common and rare steals are Lv. 3 Key Spheres, which have been a bit rare up to this point in the game, so if you have Steal on Kimahri, grab at least two each. When Biran and Yenke are together on one side, they will cover the other if you physically attack them, making you deal little damage. Throughout the battle, they will use Bulldoze to switch sides, separating themselves from one another.
That will be your chance to strike them physically, if you wanted, since you don’t have to worry about them guarding the other. Other attacks you will see are Biran using Thunder and Blizzard, and Yenke using Fire Breath and Aqua Breath. They don’t use all of their Ronso Rages, so you don’t have to worry about Doom, Thrust Kick or Stone Breath. Since you are solo in this battle, you will want to keep an eye on your health at all times, gauging when to heal on the damage they do to you. Hi-Potions should be more than enough, though, to heal, with Lancet helping somewhat if you are using it to get some Ronso Rages.