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The Depths in the iOS version.

The Depths of the True Moon is part of the final dungeon of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, being accessed from the Subterrane and leading to the Bottommost Depths where the final battle with The Creator takes place. Unlike the Subterrane which appeared as a series of caves, the Depths appears as a technological area, reflecting the True Moon's status as an ancient space vessel for The Creator.

The Depths consists of twenty-nine floors filled with powerful enemies (thirteen floors in the iOS/Android releases), as well as a number of Crystals that release bosses when interacted with. These bosses consist of famous bosses from the first six Final Fantasy games. Four of these bosses - Omega, Nova Dragon, Deathgaze and Ultima Weapon - serve as optional superbosses.

As with the Subterrane, the player will be allowed to rest and recover for free the first time they come across a save point. Provided the proper characters have been imported from other tales, a scene will occur at this time that may result in a new Band ability being learned. At the 20th floor (4th floor in the iOS/Android versions) the party faces the Mysterious Girl and Bahamut, at which point the player must have Rydia in the party or else Bahamut will instantly use Mega Flare to kill the party when the battle begins.

Several floors regularly contain access to the interdimensional elevator where the player can ascend to the surface or change their party. Such an access can be found on the first floor of the area, along with a Namingway shop, a save point, and a special tile that will heal the party when stepped on.

ShopEdit

Items
Item Price
X-Potion 3,000 gil
Ether 10,000 gil
Dry Ether 50,000 gil
Elixir 100,000 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Remedy 5,000 gil
Cottage 500 gil
Emergency Exit 180 gil
Shuriken 200 gil
Cross Shuriken 20,000 gil
Fuma Shuriken 50,000 gil

TreasuresEdit

  • Crystal Shield
  • X-Potion x12
  • Cat-Ear Hood
  • Dry Ether x6
  • Silver Hourglass x2
  • Protect Ring
  • Remedy x5
  • Brave Suit
  • Assassin Dagger
  • Rising Sun
  • Triton Dagger
  • Dragon Claws
  • Hypnocrown
  • Light Curtain x2
  • Lunar Curtain
  • Spider Silk
  • Crystal Gloves
  • Red Jacket
  • Hermes Sandals
  • Crystal Helm
  • Seraphim Mace
  • Loki's Harp
  • Tiger Fang
  • Gigant Axe
  • Phoenix Down
  • Black Garb
  • Cottage
  • Crystal Mail
  • Ribbon
  • Thor Hammer
  • Holy Lance
  • Perseus Arrows
  • Perseus Bow
  • Masamune
  • White Fang
  • Lunar Mail
  • Hero's Shield
  • White Fang
  • Excalipoor
  • Lunar Shield
  • Ragnarok
  • Robe of Lords
  • Lunar Gloves
  • Elixir x2
  • Mutsunokami
  • Knife
  • Ultima Weapon
  • Crystal x8

EnemiesEdit

B2Edit

B3Edit

B4Edit

B5Edit

Exterior

Rooms

B6Edit

Exterior

Rooms

B7Edit

Exterior

Room

B8Edit

B9Edit

B10Edit

B11Edit

B12Edit

First Area

Second Area

B13Edit

B14Edit

B15Edit

B16-B19Edit

B20Edit

B21 - B22Edit

(Note there are two types of Maenad enemies.)

MusicEdit

The background music that plays throughout the first fifteen floors is called True Moon. The music that plays on B20-B24 is the Maenads' theme (Mysterious Girl ~minus~), while the music on the last floors before the Bottommost Depths is the Creator's theme, Master of Imagination.

GalleryEdit


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