Nintendo is so weird. They didn’t allow people to refer to alcohol, so Toma loves “soda pop”. Anyway, you could buy Toma a drink and he’d tell you a story. When you travel a bit further in the future, he’s dead. You have to visit his grave and pour “soda pop” on it, and he tells you how to find the Rainbow Shell.
In the SNES version, “soda” became “spirits”. The Chrono Trigger wikia says in Japanese this item was called “sake”.
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