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The Giza Plains is a recurring location in the Ivalice series. First appearing in Final Fantasy Tactics Advance as a grassy field, it later appeared as a dry savannah in Final Fantasy XII.

AppearanceEdit

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

A dry Savannah at the beginning of the game, where a nomadic tribe lives. Giza Plains is the only location in Ivalice that changes appearance according to weather; into a wet land. Giza Plains appears again in Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant WingsEdit

Giza Plains makes a reappearance in Revenant Wings. There are a few missions that take place as well as a monster melee.

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Final Fantasy Tactics AdvanceEdit

This game marks its first appearance in the series. The Giza Plains is a grassy field with a river flowing in it. Marche Radiuju begins his first mission with Clan Nutsy here.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit

Giza Plains
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Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

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PFF Giza Plains
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EtymologyEdit

Giza is the third biggest city in Egypt. It is possible that Giza Plains from Final Fantasy XII is based on the real Giza, because the real Giza is dry, just like the Giza Plains from Final Fantasy XII.

'Giza' in Arabic means 'brief', 'short', 'soon' or roughly 'temporary'.

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