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No waves mar the lake's still surface.
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions Lake tile's description

Lake (, Mizumi?) is a recurring type of location in the Final Fantasy series.


Final Fantasy IIIEdit


Lake Dohr - WM

Lake Dohr's world map location in the PSP version.

Lake Dohr is an optional dungeon found to the west of Castle Argus over a small mountain range which holds a fight against an optional summon, Leviathan, and requires the Invincible to reach it.

Subterranean Lake is a location which party enters by jumping into the lake in Dwarven Hollows while in the Toad status. This is where Gutsco has taken the stolen Horn of Ice.

Final Fantasy VIIIEdit


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Great Salt Lake.

Great Salt Lake is a place from which Squall enters Esthar City.

Obel Lake is a location north of Timber. It is a horseshoe-shaped lake with a small ledge, and a river flowing northwards through Vaulny Canyon. Obel Lake is the location for a sidequest that requires Squall to travel all over the world in search of rare items and hidden locations with a guide from a friendly black shadow.

Final Fantasy XEdit


Lake Macalania

Lake Macalania.

Lake Macalania is a frozen lake where one of Rin's Travel Agencies can be found. A magnificent ice palace, Macalania Temple sits atop the frozen waters. The Temple is located north of the Macalania Woods. Constructed primarily of ice, it sits atop the frozen Lake Macalania. Both the temple's fayth and its aeon are female. The High Priest of Macalania Temple is Maester Seymour Guado.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

X-2 Shortly after the Eternal Calm started, the Temple sunk into Lake Macalania.

Final Fantasy XIIIEdit


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Lake Bresha.

Lake Bresha is a large lake located on Cocoon's outer-rim, directly underneath the Hanging Edge. Lake Bresha is crystallized when the fal'Cie Anima crash-lands there, and Lightning and her new companions must cross the lake to a set of ruins at its outskirts while battling Cie'th and PSICOM pursuers.

There is also an area called "Subterranean Lake" in the Sulyya Springs on Gran Pulse. The lake is within a cave system and the home of fal'Cie Bismarck.

Final Fantasy XIVEdit

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Lake Silvertear, with the landmark wreckage

Lake Silvertear is an iconic feature of Mor Dhona, due to the wreckage of the Imperial flagship Agrias entangled by the corpse of the dragon Midgardsormr.

Final Fantasy TacticsEdit



Lake Poescas.

Lake Poescas was once a large body of water, but at the time of Final Fantasy Tactics it's nothing but a dried lake bed covered in white salt. It is located just east of Limberry Castle, and is haunted.

During the Battle of Fort Besselat, Ramza infiltrated the garrison, and opened its sluice gate to let the lake flood the plain where the battle was about to take place. The terrain tile Lake can be found during the Fort Besselat Sluice battle.

A Geomancer standing on the Lake terrain tile will use Torrent to deal Water-elemental damage with a chance of inflicting Toad to any enemy units within five squares.

Final Fantasy Mystic QuestEdit

FFMQ Mac sails a ship in the lake between Windia and Aquaria. When the lake dries up, he is stranded, but is able to survive long enough for Benjamin and Reuben to re-flood the lake by blowing a hole in Spencer's Place.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of FatesEdit


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Lake Cyela.

Lake Cyela body of water located near the Villa. In heavy rain, the lake can quickly rise and flood Rebena Te Ra. It was destroyed by a bad storm and Lunites and now stands in ruins.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain CallEdit



A lake appears as the BMS for several battle themes throughout the series:



A lake is a body of relatively still liquid (prototypically water) of considerable size, localized in a basin, that is surrounded by land apart from a river or other outlet that serves to feed or drain the lake.

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