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Kohlingen is a village in Final Fantasy VI, and along with South Figaro, is nominally governed by Figaro Castle. It is located in the northwest corner of the world, and it is Rachel's hometown. The town and its history are integral to understanding Locke's past and motivations.

StoryEdit

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Rachel asks Locke to leave.

Years ago Locke would frequent his lover Rachel in Kohlingen. On one of their adventures Locke was caught on a collapsing bridge, and Rachel pushed him to safety as she fell into a gorge. Though she survived, Rachel lost her memories, and her parents blamed Locke for this and demanded he leave Rachel alone.

Locke left Kohlingen to allow Rachel the chance to start a new life, but when he returned a year later, he learned Rachel had been killed in a raid by the Gestahlian Empire. Her memory returned as she was near death, and her last word was Locke's name. The old man on the northern edge of town used herbs to preserve Rachel's body at Locke's request, and Locke set out to find the magicite Phoenix to revive her.

The party passes through Kohlingen on their search for Terra, who had stopped here on her flight from Narshe and burned down a home. Shadow is drinking in the town's pub, and for a 3,000 gil fee, will join the party until they find Terra in Zozo. If the party visit Rachel's home and place where her body rests, they can learn of Locke's history with her.

In the World of Ruin, Setzer is found drinking in Kohlingen's pub. Celes snaps him out of his stupor and convinces him to rejoin the battle. Celes and Locke later return to Kohlingen after exploring the Phoenix Cave. Locke revives Rachel using Phoenix, but after having a few words with him she dies again. Locke is finally able to let go of his past and rejoins the party.

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QuestsEdit

Hero's RingEdit

To the far north of Kohlingen lies a Dragon's Neck Cabin with the useful Hero's Ring relic within the lone urn on the left side of the room. The man living there wants to build a coliseum, but no one wants to help him. To the northwest of this lone cabin lies a forest with a hidden Chocobo Stable where a chocobo can be rented and be use to travel to Jidoor faster.

ItemsEdit

ShopsEdit

ItemsEdit

World of Balance
Item Price
Hi-Potion 300 gil
Ether 1,500 gil
Phoenix Down 500 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Green Cherry 150 gil
Holy Water 300 gil
Sleeping Bag 500 gil
Tent 1200 gil
World of Ruin
Item Price
Hi-Potion 300 gil
Ether 1,500 gil
Phoenix Down 500 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Holy Water 300 gil
Remedy 1,000 gil
Sleeping Bag 500 gil
Tent 1,200 gil

WeaponsEdit

World of Balance
Weapon Price
Air Knife 950 gil
Chain Flail 2,000 gil
Moonring Blade 2,500 gil
Shuriken 30 gil
Invisible Scroll 200 gil
Flame Scroll 500 gil
Water Scroll 500 gil
Lightning Scroll 500 gil
World of Ruin
Weapon Price
Enhancer 10,000 gil
Golden Spear 13,000 gil
Dice 5,000 gil
Darts 10,000 gil
Viper Darts 13,000 gil

ArmorEdit

World of Balance
Armor Price
Mythril Shield 1,200 gil
Magus Hat 600 gil
Bandana 800 gil
Iron Helmet 1,000 gil
Twist Headband 1600 gil
Silk Robe 600 gil
Iron Armor 700 gil
World of Ruin
Item Price
Diamond Shield 3,500 gil
Green Beret 3,000 gil
Priest's Miter 3,000 gil
Diamond Helm 8,000 gil
Diamond Vest 12,000 gil
Diamond Armor 15,000 gil

EnemiesEdit

World of Balance
World of Ruin

Musical themesEdit

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"Kids Run Through the City" from Final Fantasy VI
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Kids run through the City
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"Kids Run Through the City" is Kohlingen's background theme for the World of Balance, and like in many towns, this theme is replaced with "From that Day On..." in the World of Ruin. "Kids Run Through the City" will be back once Locke rejoins the party.

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