Upon the eastern banks of Othard lies Doma, the lands from which the ninja and samurai hail. Invaded twenty-five years ago by the Garlean Empire in their relentless effort to expand their borders, this once-peaceful nation now struggles under the imperial yoke. In the wake of a recent large-scale uprising that ended in failure, a majority of the civilians have been stripped of even their most fundamental freedoms.
—Official site description
Doma concept art

Concept art of Doma.

Doma is a city-state from Final Fantasy XIV. Located in the fertile land of Yanxia in Othard, it was a vassal to the Garlean Empire. When the empire began to fracture from a succession crisis, they tried to rebel only to be razed to the ground in retaliation by Zenos yae Galvus. It is now occupied by an imperial viceroy and her host of brutish men. Citizens in the area struggle to survive in the face of oppression, which comes in the form of punishing taxes and grueling physical labor.

Many refugees fled across the seas. Yugiri Mistwalker is the leader of the Doman refugees that arrived in Vesper Bay seeking asylum in Ul'dah.

Doma is accessible in the Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood expansion.

Following the main campaign of Stormblood, Doma was successfully liberated as various elements of her people rose up in another rebellion, supported by Scions of the Seventh Dawn. Under the leadership of Lord Hien, Doma strives to rebuild itself after a generation's worth of servitude to the Garlean Empire while also forging an alliance and friendship with the Eorzean Alliance.

Creation and developmentEdit

Naoki Yoshida has confirmed that Doma's culture and settlement are based on Japan and once Doma starts trading with Eorzea in the future update we will see more Japanese-style items, equipment, and furnishings in the game.



  • The name "Doma" alludes to the Kingdom of Doma from Final Fantasy VI, both being kingdoms that have connections to samurai. Both the Doman king, Kaien and the prince, Hien, are direct references to the characters Cyan Garamonde and his son Owaine. Kaien's name is based on the romaji of Cyan's Japanese name, Cayenne (カイエン, Kaien?), while Hien's childhood name, Shun, is based on Owaine's Japanese name, which is also Shun (シュン, Shun?). In addition, "Cyan's Theme" plays as Hien's character theme.
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