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FFL2

FFLII Edo Castle

Edo Castle in Edo World.

Edo Castle is a location in Final Fantasy Legend II.

Story Edit

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The party arrives at the gates of Edo Castle, but the guards will not allow them to proceed any further before they engage the party in battle. The party defeats them, infiltrate the castle, making their way to the Sho-gun's chamber.

They arrive in Sho-gun's chamber, and Taro tells him that he's here to take his life. Sho-gun cries like a baby and screams for help in vain. In spite of this, the party fight him and win. After losing, his father Magnate appears right behind him in disappointment. Magnate, a non-human decides that since his son messes up his plans, he is expendable and kill hims. Magnate then teleports the party to the roof of the castle, where he tells the party that though his son was useless, he had enough use to bring him MAGI. The party then engage him in battle, defeating him.

After the battle, the party receive four MAGI that was in possession of Magnate.

Spoilers end here.

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Etymology Edit

Edo Castle, also known as Chiyoda Castle, is a flatland castle that was built in 1457 by Ōta Dōkan. It is located in Chiyoda in Tokyo, then known as Edo.

Trivia Edit

FFLII Dolphin Field
  • The player can interact with the "Dolphin", which are shachihoko statues found on either side of Magnate on the roof. In doing so, the party will engage in battle with Dolphin. It is advisable to not fight against it, as they've got thousands of HP and can use a group attack that will deal a lot of damage to the party.
  • Edo World has a single moon, the party fights Magnate under the crescent moon atop of Edo Castle. The crescent moon in this scene is symbolic. The word crescent is derived etymologically from the present participle of the Latin verb crescere "to grow", thus meaning "waxing" or "increasing". Magnate is collecting MAGI, in order to increase his own power, to become a true God. To do this, he has to defeat the party and claim their MAGI.

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