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FFLII Ashura's Tower

Ashura's Tower in Ashura's World.

Ashura's Tower is a location in Final Fantasy Legend II.


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The party ventures up the tower, and they eventually arrive in the middle section of the tower where they find a dungeon with a single prisoner. The main character approaches Woodman and engages into a battle. After Woodman's defeat, Mask exit his cell and thanks the party. He also tells the party that he got defeated by Ashura, and that they should join forces.

Going to the next floor, Mask finds his missing equipment, and he can now contribute in battle.

Upon reaching the top of the tower, Ashura waits for them at the top of the stairs. He tells the party that he was about to send someone to tell them that one of his minions micronized and went into Ki's body. He also further says that Ki was born with MAGI in her body which gives her the power of healing. If he get those MAGI, she will die. Killing two birds with one stone, but now that the party is before him. Boasting further, he says that he'll kill them and that will make it three birds with one stone.

After the party defeats him, they get a hold of seven MAGI he was in possession. The party exits the tower, and Mask says his goodbyes before he takes his leave.

Spoilers end here.




Asuras (Sanskrit: आसुर) are deities and beings found in Central, Eastern, and South Asian mythology, with a long history of tradition, syncretization, and adaptation. Originating from Zoroastrianism, an ancient Iranian religion, there are two types of gods: the asuras (the gods of light) and the devas (the gods of darkness); Asura Mazda is the highest asura while Ahriman is the highest deva.

Adapted into Hindu religion, asuras at first were seen as the deities of moral and social phenomena who competed with the devas. Overtime, in contrast with Zorastrianism, asuras are known as evil while the devas are the good deities with their reputations to be known as the lowest tier of deva, associated with malign passions, materialistic pursuits, and carnal pleasures.

Adapted into Buddhism, asuras grew to be known as powerful but violent beings, and as one of the six reincarnations in the cycle of Samsara. They are described as possessed with anger and jealousy while living in a world where peace and resolution is non-existent, and due to these aspects, it is seen to be as one of the Four Unhappy/Cursed Births by the karma of one who engages in war and bloodshed. Unlike former incarnations, there are said to be good and evil asuras. Good asuras are represented as wayward but well-intentioned, with its more prominent figures representing one of the Eight Legions of Buddhism that protect the Dharma. Evil asuras are said to be no different than rakshasas and demons.

Shrines and statues of Asura can be found in Japan. It appears in many Japanese anime, manga, and video games, mostly portrayed as a six-armed god wielding weapons.

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