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Melmond is a town from the original Final Fantasy. Located in the southwest of the archipelago in which the game takes place, it is the town most affected by the rotting of the earth.

Story Edit

The cause of the rotting of the earth is originally attributed to the Vampire from the Cavern of Earth, but no signs of improvement are shown upon its defeat. The decay only stops when the Warriors of Light find and destroy Lich, the Fiend of Earth. Later, the warriors return to Melmond to find Dr. Unne, so that he can decipher the Rosetta Stone to learn the Lufenian language. Despite having defeated Lich, the town's appearance never changes during the game.

Shops Edit

Weapons Edit

Melmond Weapon Shop

Melmond's weapon shop.

Name Cost
NES & PS (Normal) PS (Easy), GBA & PSP
Crosier 200 gil 160 gil
Saber 450 gil 360 gil
Longsword 1,500 gil 1,200 gil
Falchion 450 gil 360 gil


Armor Edit

Melmond Armor Shop

Melmond's armor shop.

Name Cost
NES & PS (Normal) PS (Easy), GBA & PSP
Knight's Armor 45,000 gil 36,000 gil
Silver Armlet 5,000 gil 4,000 gil
Grand Helm 450 gil 360 gil
Bronze Gloves 200 gil 160 gil
Steel Gloves 750 gil 600 gil


Level 5 White Magic Edit

Melmond White Magic Shop

Melmond's White Magic shop.

Name Cost
NES & PS (Normal) PS (Easy), GBA & PSP
Curaga 8,000 gil 4,000 gil
Life 8,000 gil 4,000 gil
Diaga 8,000 gil 4,000 gil
Healara 8,000 gil 4,000 gil


Level 5 Black Magic Edit

Melmond Black Magic Shop

Melmond's Black Magic shop.

Name Cost
NES & PS (Normal) PS (Easy), GBA & PSP
Firaga 8,000 gil 4,000 gil
Scourge 8,000 gil 4,000 gil
Teleport 8,000 gil 4,000 gil
Slowra 8,000 gil 4,000 gil

Enemies around Melmond Edit

Music Edit

The background music that plays in Melmond is Final Fantasy's "Town Theme".

Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy XIV Edit

One of the original servers in Final Fantasy XIV was named Melmond. It was merged into the Aegis server along with the Figaro servers.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy Edit

The ruins of Melmond can be found in the overworld of Dissidia 012, in the Melmond Fens area. In the Confessions of the Creator Scenario, a Teleport Stone is located there. Two gateways nearby bear the names "North Melmond Gateway" and "West Melmond Gateway".

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