Doma Castle (ドマ, Doma?) is a castle in the game Final Fantasy VI. It is located in the northeast part of the world, and is surrounded by lush streams and rivers. It is the home of Cyan Garamonde. It is a very simple nation that has managed to live without the technology and machines used by the rest of the world.
Doma officially resisted the Gestahlian Empire, and thus was on the brink of invasion. An army of Imperial troops attacked Doma Castle, but Cyan defeats the imperial commander, sending the imperial force fleeing. Afterwards, Doma ended up playing a waiting game as their strategy.
Kefka, using Leo's forced leave of absence to his advantage, poisoned the river supplying Doma's water, killing most of the inhabitants as well as various Imperial personnel held captive by Doma. Celes also knew about the plan, and it was implied that she was imprisoned due to speaking out against it. Cyan and a single Doma soldier were the only survivors of the attack. Doma continued to be occupied by the Empire for some time, until the fall of the imperial capital Vector when Emperor Gestahl ordered the troops stationed at Doma to withdraw.
A year later, if the player returns to Doma Castle with Cyan in the party and rests, Cyan's pain over the destruction will reach critical mass, and the party must enter his Dreamscape, a reflection of Cyan's soul that leads to a phantom version of Doma Castle. The party defeats Wrexsoul here, and Cyan's mind is resolved of his guilt and self-doubt, allowing him to attain his peak level of skill and giving him access to all his Bushido techniques.
- Phoenix Down
- Prayer Beads
- Masamune (obtained after defeating Wrexsoul)
- The Magicite Alexander (appears in throne room after defeating Wrexsoul)
World of BalanceEdit
World of RuinEdit
|"Cyan's Theme" from Final Fantasy VI|
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"Cyan's Theme" is used as the background theme for Doma's Castle.
- In the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary remakes of the original Final Fantasy, Doma is one of the automatic names the player can choose for the Warrior job.
- The description of Murakumo on the GBA version states that this sword is an ancient Doman blade that was lost during the War of the Magi.
- According to his concept art in the Final Fantasy XIII-2 Ultimania, Gilgamesh found his Masamune in Doma's poisoned river, a reference to Cyan obtaining the same sword in the castle.