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This article is about the town of Rora. For the Guardian of Rora, see here.
Rora in Power Master 1: A Strange Journey
Area Information
Residents Rora, Pam, Violet, Katie
Enemies None
Inn Rate 10 Sers
Greater Location Land of Moneo
Connections Land of Moneo (north), Rora River (east), Gora (Well)

Rora (also called the Town of Clean Water) is a town within the Land of Moneo, first seen in Power Master 1: A Strange Journey.

Power Master 1: A Strange Journey

The Guardian of Rora's house is to the east, next to the entrance to Rora River. The Shop is to the southwest with the Inn directly above to the west. Katie's house is to the southeast, with a generic house to the northwest, next to the entrance to town.

Shop's Wares

Item Sers
Aqualung 50
Health Vial 20
Medicine Vial 30
Life Vial 250
Steel Sword 20
Steel Axe 40
Steel Bow 10
Steel Shield 10
Steel Armor 120
Steel Helmet 40
Book of Ice 50


One quest can be accepted and completed in Rora. If the player talks to Katie, she'll ask them to bring her a Dark Sword. Should they do so, the player will be rewarded with a Dark Amulet.


If the player is under the effects of Doppel's Dimension, the characters in Rora will transform into the following:

  • Woman in town - Bruze
  • Well - Treasure Chest
  • Pam - Pam's placeholder graphics
  • Girl in Shop - Fruit basket
  • Boy in Shop - Fish basket
  • Violet - Violet's placeholder graphics
  • Old Woman in the Inn - Fuse
  • Man in the Inn - Covered pot
  • Katie - Gate leading to a Scroll and Hamilton Card
  • Man and Woman in the other house - Paintings


Alex's Statement

Alexander Bodine is found in the center of town after clearing the game. When under the effects of Doppel's Dimension, he turns into the character Marina.

These towns have some weird sounding names, don't they? Eora, Rora, Jora... You can probably see a theme here. I just simply took a letter from the English alphabet and added "ora" to end of it. Originally, it was going to be "orn", but that would've resulted in one or two words I didn't want in my game. Every town's location also starts with the same letter as the town. Every town was placed randomly throughout Moneo, by the way, with the exception of Fora, Bora, Cora, and Kora. Well, see you around!