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The Miasma Woods are a location in Bravely Default and Bravely Second: End Layer. Located in the Harena Region, the wood connect the Harena Region to the Florem Region.

The woods are filled with pockets of a poisonous mist that inflict Poison on the party when walked through. The Freelancer's Dungeon Master ability will stop this, otherwise the player must take longer routes through the woods to avoid the misty areas.

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The Comrade can be found at the entrance of the woods.

Items
Item Price
Potion 20 pg
Hi-Potion 150 pg
Phoenix Down 100 pg
Ether 1,000 pg
Antidote 10 pg
Eye Drops 20 pg
Echo Herbs 25 pg
Wakeup Bell 50 pg
Teleport Stone 100 pg


Magic
Spell Price
Cure 200 pg
Poisona 200 pg
Blindna 200 pg
Fire 200 pg
Blizzard 200 pg
Thunder 200 pg
Weapons
Weapon Price
Mythril Sword 1,000 pg
Mythril Axe 1,200 pg
Mythril Spear 900 pg
Mythril Rod 750 pg
Mythril Staff 600 pg
Mythril Dagger 700 pg
Mythril Bow 850 pg
Mythril Knuckles 500 pg


Armor
Armor Price
Mythril Shield 600 pg
Mythril Helm 400 pg
Cat-Ear Hood 222 pg
Tiger Mask 250 pg
Mythril Armor 1,000 pg
Mythril Plate 80 pg
Tabby Suit 700 pg


Accessories
Armor Price
Mythril Gloves 200 pg
Mythril Bangle 150 pg
Mage Shell 300 pg
White Cape 1,000 pg
Clothespin 100 PG


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Enemies Edit

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Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

Early medical theories predating the discovery of microorganisms often associating foul air, called miasma, from crowded conditions or rotten objects as a cause of disease.