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Mt. Zozo is a mountain in Final Fantasy VI accessible in the World of Ruin when a merchant in Zozo sells the party "Rust-Rid" for a price of a thousand gil. The party can then open the rusted door at the top of the pub and enter Mt. Zozo. The man who sells the Rust-Rid advises the party buy Sniper Eye relics, as the enemies on the mountain have high evade to normal attacks.
At the summit the party finds an encampment where Cyan is living, sending letters to a young woman named Lola in Maranda, masquerading as her dead boyfriend. Cyan rejoins the party and mentions that he encountered Gau in Maranda where he said he's getting strong to fight Kefka. Cyan wants to go to Maranda to tell Lola the truth about her boyfriend and apologize for impersonating him.
Traversing the mountain Edit
A way to make it through Mt. Zozo with minimal effort is to summon Phantom or cast Vanish on all party members, as all monsters, except for the Storm Dragon, use only physical attacks. This also includes the Mugbear's Steal.
Storm Dragon Edit
The Storm Dragon, one of the eight legendary dragons, lives here. It can be found in the same cavern with the save point, by stepping on a switch. The Storm Dragon will emerge from a distant treasure chest and circle the cavern, the battle initiating when it comes in contact with the player.
- In the caves
- On the slopes
Other appearances Edit
Mt. Zozo Edit
Musical themes Edit
|"Mt. Koltz" from Final Fantasy VI|
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"Mt. Koltz" is the background theme of Mt. Zozo.
Ouija demonic entity who has been documented since the early 1800s. This alleged demon is said to attach itself to certain unlucky individuals who venture into its domain. Some claim Zozo will go to any length to trick its naive callers.Zozo is the