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A mining town where mechanical weapons are crafted using techniques passed down from antiquity.
They say the ruins of a lost civilization lie buried beneath the streets of Goug, the Clockwork City. Relics from the age of Saint Ajora, when airships numerous beyond counting filled the skies, and men of iron walked city streets. But the art of crafting such things was lost—if it ever truly existed at all.
The Clockwork City of Goug (機工都市ゴーグ, Kikou-toshi Gōgu?), also known as Goug Machine City, is a location in Final Fantasy Tactics. This mining city produces mechanical weapons with generation-old technology and is the hometown of Mustadio Bunansa and his father Besrudio.
Ramza Beoulve accompanies Mustadio to Goug to locate his father who is in trouble with the Baert Trading Company over the Taurus Zodiac Stone. Mustadio is captured and Ludovich Baert demands the stone. Mustadio tells Baert the stone is in a nearby chimney and Ramza is forced to fetch it for him. After Baert leaves, a battle ensues where Ramza and Mustadio are victorious. The stone Baert now possesses is revealed to, in fact, be a fake.
Goug's outfitter only contains guns, pistols and bows and crossbows and primary accessories.
In Chapter 4, Besrudio discovers two gadgets and Ramza can help retrieve the Zodiac Stones needed to activate them. The first is Construct 8, the second a dimensional portal which brings Cloud Strife to Ivalice.
Battle information Edit
Goug Lowtown Edit
|← Goug Lowtown →|
|Units||Additional info||Mustadio joins the player party after this battle.|
|Conditions||Defeat all enemies.|
|Weather||Night, light rain|
|Enemy level||12 - 15||Recommended level||14 - 16|
|Team capacity||4 + Ramza||Number of teams||1|
|Battle Trophies||1000 gil, Thunder Rod||Hidden items|
|Terrain||Grassland, Flagstone, Wooden Floor, Coffer, Roof, Chimney||Geomancy||Tanglevine, Contortion, Will-o'-the-Wisp, Wind Blast|