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- “Holy Mt. Bur-Omisace stands at the northern end of the Jagd Ramooda.”
- —Basch fon Ronsenburg
Sacred Mt. Bur-Omisace (神都ブルオミシェイス, Shinto Buruomisheisu?) is a location in the land of Ivalice in Final Fantasy XII. The major figure of an ancient religion, Gran Kiltias Anastasis, "dreams" in the Kiltian temple on top of the summit. Mt. Bur-Omisace is the only location in Final Fantasy XII with a permanent residence of nu mou, who work as Acolytes in the temple. Due to the mountain's role as a refugee site as well as a pilgrim destination, all races can be found around the site: humes, bangaa, seeq, even a viera.
- “The sacred mountain of the Kiltia sect, located to the north of the Jagd Ramooda. The temple was built here by believers to mark the place where the founder of the Light of Kiltia began to spread the teachings. There are accounts of the holy city here dating back to writings from the age of the Galtean Alliance. In its long history, Mt. Bur-Omisace has never fallen under the control of any foreign power. On the understanding that Kiltia's followers would exempt themselves from political dealings in other lands, Kingdom and Empire both formed a pact to guarantee the holy city's independence, an agreement which stands to this day. It would not be an error to call Mt. Bur-Omisace itself a shrine to Kiltia. Apart from the temples, there are only a few residences, with roadside shops catering to the steady stream of pilgrims. In recent years, refugees from war-torn lands have gathered here, forming camps on part of the mountain. The priests of Kiltia give them aid that they might live here in peace. As Mt. Bur-Omisace is surrounded by jagd, the faithful must cross the Inner Naldoan Sea by boat in their pilgrimage to the holy city.”
- —Sage Knowledge 76, Mt. Bur-Omisace
Mt. Bur-Omisace's weather changes with events.
Because the location is a town area, the weather doesn't affect gameplay and is just a visual.
No chests appear in Mt. Bur-Omisace in the original version of Final Fantasy XII.
In the International Zodiac Job System version there is a single chest with a very low spawn rate. Typically it will hold Hi-Potions, however with the Diamond Armlet equipped, there is a chance to find the very rare Dark Energy.
|Chest||Spawns||Holds Gil%||Gil||Normal Treasure||Diamond Armlet Treasure|
|1||5%||80%||≤ 200 gil||Hi-Potion||Common||Rare|
|Knot of Rust||Dark Energy|
For years, the Kiltia have lived here, practicing their faith, and accepting refugees from all over Ivalice, giving them food and shelter. Pilgrims will also make a spiritual trip to the mountain, in hopes of becoming more enlightened. However, in these times of war, the mountain has seen more refugees than pilgrims, and people who have lost their homes now live on the steep slope leading up to the temple.
The party first arrives at Mt. Bur-Omisace with Larsa Solidor, who wants to introduce Ashe to Al-Cid Margrace of Rozarria. Larsa's plan is for Ashe to get the Gran Kiltias to acknowledge her as the rightful heir to the throne of Dalmasca, and she could then propose peace to the Empire, which would stop Marquis Ondore's Resistance and prevent the war. Together with Al-Cid Larsa hopes the nations could come into a peaceful resolution to the conflict.
On Mt. Bur-Omisace the party meets Gran Kiltias, but also learn that Emperor Gramis of Archadia has been murdered, ending any hope for peace. Ashe learns from the Gran Kiltias that there is a sword that can cut through nethicite, with which she could lay end to to the Empire's secret weapon. The party ventures off to the Stilshrine of Miriam to retrieve the Sword of Kings, but upon stepping out of the temple they see smoke in the horizon.
The party rushes back to Mt. Bur-Omisace to find Gran Kiltias Anastasis dead, murdered by Judge Bergan. Bergan shows the party the power of manufacted nethicite and fuses with the stone's power, but is still defeated by the player party. The Gran Kiltias's death undid the seal that kept Fafnir at bay, placing all of Mt. Bur-Omisace in endless rain. It took Fafnir's defeat and the sacrifice of a Kiltias named Ieeha, ending the rain, to allow the residents of Mt. Bur-Omisace to begin anew and rebuilt what they lost with the aid of the viera, Relj, Ieeha befriended.
- Sand-Strewn Pass (to the Paramina Rift)
- Temple Approach
- Temple Grounds
- Hall of the Light (can only be accessed once)
Stone of the CondemnerEdit
To get to the Throne of Veiled Gods in Stilshrine of Miriam, the party will have to use the Stone of the Condemner obtained from the Acolyte on Mt. Bur-Omisace the Temple Grounds after defeating Judge Bergan. The Stone of Condemner can be used at the Way Stone upon entering the Stilshrine.
Reward for Behemoth King huntEdit
After completing the hunt for Behemoth King the player only receives a minor reward from the petitioner, but gets a hint that there is something to find in Mt. Bur-Omisace. Afterward, if the player inspects the "dragon's snout" formation in the camp they get 500,000 gil and a Rod of Faith.
Traveling Merchant (Seeq)Edit
Consult the Accessories article for more information on individual accessories.
Consult the Ammunition article for more information on ammunition.
Consult the Magick article for more information on individual spells.
Traveling Merchant (Hume)Edit
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Consult the Armor article for more information on individual armor pieces.
Consult the Items for more information on individual items.
|"White Room" from Final Fantasy XII|
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The theme that plays in the Mt. Bur-Omisace is called "Abandoning Power" (捨て去りし力, Sutesarishi chikara?). "White Room" (白い部屋, Shiroi heya?) plays at Mt. Bur-Omisace after defeating Judge Bergan. "Abandoning Power" will play again after defeating Fafnir.