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Agart Overworld ios

Agart as seen in the DS/iOS remake on the world map.

FFIV DS Agart Volcano

Agart's Volcano.

Agart (アガルトの村, Agaruto no Mura?, lit. Agart Village) is a town in Final Fantasy IV. It is located on an island south of Baron, and it is the home of the descendents of Dwarves from the Underworld. The town contains a well and an observatory in which Corio studies The Moon.

StoryEdit

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Final Fantasy IVEdit

Cecil, Kain, Rosa, Yang, and Cid visit the well in the center of the town and throw in the Magma Rock (Key of Magma in the SNES version) to open the way to the Underworld.

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-Edit

Agart as well as the Agart Mine is seen on the overworld map when the Falcon dives into the hole to reach the underworld. Unfortunately, the party cannot explore both of these locations.

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Rydia and Luca land near Agart when their airship malfunctions, and must travel into the Agart Mines to obtain an Agartite, as well as Mythril Springs, Bolts, and Nuts to repair the airship.

Later in the game the town is overrun with monsters, and Rydia and Luca return to Agart with Edge and the Man in Black. They find the Mysterious Girl. who summons Titan to attack them. Initially, Titan uses Gaia's Wrath, dumping the party in an underground cavern under Agart. Once the party has rescued Porom in Mysidia, she will appear during the fight to cast Float on the party and stop Titan's quakes from harming them, allowing them to return Titan to his senses and regain his power for Rydia.

TreasureEdit

Final Fantasy IVEdit

City of Agart

The village of Agart.

Final Fantasy IV AdvanceEdit

The After YearsEdit

Rydia's TaleEdit

  • Potion

The CrystalsEdit

In Town

  • Gaia Drum
  • Small Tail

Underground

  • Decoy
  • Diamond Armlet
  • Ogrekiller
  • Golden Apple

ShopsEdit

Final Fantasy IVEdit

Inn
50 gil/night
Items
Item Price
SNES GBA DS/iOS
Potion 30 GP 30 gil N/A
Phoenix Down 150 GP 100 gil N/A
Tent 200 GP 100 gil N/A
Gysahl Greens 50 GP 50 gil N/A
Remedy 100 GP N/A N/A
Ether 10000 GP N/A N/A
Antidote N/A 40 gil N/A
Eye Drops N/A 30 gil N/A
Gold Needle N/A 400 gil N/A
Maiden's Kiss N/A 60 gil N/A
Bomb Fragment N/A N/A 200 gil
Zeus's Wrath N/A N/A 200 gil
Antarctic Wind N/A N/A 200 gil
Bestiary N/A N/A 50 gil
Weapons
Weapon Price
SNES GBA DS/iOS
Spear 60 GP 60 gil 60 gil
Rod 100 GP 100 gil 100 gil
Staff 160 GP 160 gil 160 gil
Bow 220 GP 220 gil 220 gil
Power Bow 700 GP 700 gil 700 gil
Iron Arrows 10 GP 10 gil 50 gil
Holy Arrows 20 GP 20 gil 500 gil
Boomerang 3000 GP 3000 gil 3000 gil


Armor
Armor Price
SNES GBA DS/iOS
Iron Shield 100 GP 100 gil 100 gil
Iron Helm 150 GP 150 gil 150 gil
Iron Armor 600 GP 600 gil 600 gil
Iron Gloves 130 GP 130 gil 130 gil
Iron Armlet 100 GP 100 gil 100 gil

The After YearsEdit

Items
Item Price
Potion 30 gil
Hi-Potion 150 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Gold Needle 400 gil
Maiden's Kiss 60 gil
Eye Drops 30 gil
Tent 100 gil
Cottage 500 gil
Weapons
Item Price
Thunder Rod 700 gil
Dagger 300 gil
Thorn Whip 3,000 gil
Battle Axe 2,500 gil
Fire Arrows 500 gil
Ice Arrows 500 gil
Lightning Arrows 500 gil
Great Bow 2,000 gil
Armor
Item Price
Wizard's Hat 700 gil
Sage's Miter 2,000 gil
Sage's Surplice 1,200 gil
Steel Helm 2,000 gil
Chainmail 2,200 gil
Ruby Ring 1,000 gil
Silver Armlet 650 gil
Rune Armlet 2,000 gil


LocationsEdit

ObservatoryEdit

Agart Observatory

The observatory.

The observatory is the first building to the left. It houses the giant telescope in which Corio studies the Twin Moons. The player can look into it as well.

WellEdit

FFIV iOS Agart

The village well.

It is the first structure found if the player goes straight from the entrance. During the first visit, the player must select the Magma Key from the inventory to open the way to the Underworld.

Empty HouseEdit

Agart empty house ios

The empty house.

An empty house is found north of the village well. Namingway can be found inside it if the player has obtained the music box in Troia. He demands the very rare Rainbow Pudding.

Enemy formationsEdit

Final Fantasy IVEdit

OutsideEdit

Final Fantasy IV: The After YearsEdit

Rydia's TaleEdit

The CrystalsEdit

Outside

In Town

Underground

MusicEdit

The background music that plays in Agart is Final Fantasy IV's "Town Theme".

In The After Years, when the blue planet invaded in chaos by the True Moon in The Crystals chapter, the track "Castle Damcyan" is played instead.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Agartha is a legendary city that is said to reside in the earth's core. It is related to the belief in a hollow earth and is a popular subject in esotericism.

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