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4HoL

FF4HoL Gulg Summit

The party on the summit of Mount Gulg.

Mount Gulg (グルグ火山, Gurugu-kazan?) is a dungeon in Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light. The volcano is located in the mountains north of the city of Arbor. The volcano's interior has certain floors covered lava, which damages party members when they walk on it, so players should bring some healing items and spells. The dungeon's name is a reference to the original location from the original Final Fantasy.

Story Edit

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After Torte released the demon Belphegor, the demon traveled to Mount Gulg and planned to set off the volcano. The party travels to Mount Gulg in order to stop him from setting off the volcano. At the top of the mountain, the party finds Belphegor and Arbaroc fighting.

As Belphegor attempts to steal Arbaroc's body, Torte tries to stop him, but he is knocked unconscious. The party interrupts Arbaroc's battle with Belphegor and they manage to destroy him. With Belphegor destroyed, the city of Arbor is finally at peace.

Spoilers end here.

Treasure Edit

Item Location
Fire Axe Chest located in the northwest corner of the first floor.
Flameblade Chest located in the northeast corner of the first floor.
Burning Harp Chest located in the north section of the second floor.
Flame Cape Chest located in the center of the second floor.
Elf Cape Chest located in the southeast section of the fourth floor.

Enemies Edit

Musical themes Edit

The typical dungeon theme, "Cave of Wraiths" (あやかしの洞, Ayakashi no hora?) is the location theme for the Mount Gulg. The track can be found in the original soundtrack as Track 9 and is composed by Naoshi Mizuta.

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