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Mushroom Rock Road is a road and mountain formation between Djose and Mi'ihen Highroad in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. The area is chiefly known as the site of the ill-fated Operation Mi'ihen where the Crusaders and the Al Bhed join together to defeat Sin.

Mushroom Rock roadway is a sea reef cover cliff side, after years of high waves and attacks from fiends, Sinspawn and Sin has eroded the cliff and sea reefs to look like giant Mushrooms made out of rocks, forming hidden pathways and secrets caves. One such secret cave is the Den of Woe in Final Fantasy X-2.

StoryEdit

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Final Fantasy XEdit

X

Mushroom Rock

Mushroom Rock Road in-game.

As Yuna and her guardians are on their way to the Mushroom Rock Road, they are stopped at the north end of Mi'ihen Highroad as the Al Bhed and the Crusaders are combining forces in a joint attack called Operation Mi'ihen, passage is prohibited for the time being, including summoners. Maester Seymour arrives and allows Yuna's party to pass.

The Al Bhed and Crusaders' plan is to attract Sin by using its spawn to lure it into range for the Al Bhed to use their machina. Morale for the mission was high with not only a summoner present, but also two of the Yevon Maesters; Seymour and Kinoc. Kinoc mentions offhandedly that the mission is doomed to fail, but embraces Auron as an old friend and wishes to know what he has been up to the last ten years since leaving Bevelle and guarding Braska, but his questions are brushed off. Ultimately, the plan fails as Kinoc anticipated, and the Crusaders and Al Bhed are decimated by Sin's onslaught. Yuna sends the fallen, and Auron tells Tidus Jecht, in the form of Sin, showed up to see his son. A raging Tidus runs into the water and feels Sin's presence, beginning to believe Sin may actually be Jecht despite the apparent impossibility of it.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

X-2

Youth League Headquarters

Youth League headquarters.

Following the Eternal Calm, the Youth League built their base of operations at the summit and uses the summit trail as their training ground. Several events take place, depending on the player's actions. A mission to clear the area of fiends will be available early on; and later the Gullwings can accept a challenge to run the Ravine Path and fight the League's top warriors, including Yaibal, Elma, and Lucil.

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LocationsEdit

Mushroom RockEdit

The initial section of Mushroom Rock Road (入口, Iruguchi?, lit. Entrance), this cliffside area connects directly to the Mi'ihen Highroad. The path forks here; the left trail leads towards the summit of Mushroom Rock Road, and the right trail leads to Mushroom Rock Road and Djose beyond.

In Final Fantasy X, several items may be found here by speaking to Crusaders in the area: a Hi-Potion, A Phoenix Down, a Tough Bangle, an Ether, and a Remedy. Clasko prevents the party from moving on to Mushroom Rock Road while Operation Mi'ihen is underway. O'aka temporarily sets up shop in this area, standing by the valley section of the fork.

ValleyEdit

Valley (谷間, Tanima?) is a long and winding section of Mushroom Rock Road connects the main section of the road to the summit. The steep, narrow path cannot be traversed without the aid of the emblems of Yevon scattered throughout the area, creating lifts that propel travelers up or down the path.

In Final Fantasy X, a Save Sphere may be found at the entrance to this area, along with a Crusader who gives the party a Hi-Potion and explains the platforms' utility. An overhang a good ways into the area holds a Crusader with ten Potions and a chest with 1000 gil. A little further in is a chest with a Remedy. Further along, Shelinda may be found, and she will heal the party if they request it. Near the end of the area is a chest containing a Hi-Potion.

PrecipiceEdit

The Precipice (断崖, Dangai?) relatively open area of Mushroom Rock Road is dominated by two areas of flat land, connected by a lift that runs between them. A large elevator ferries passengers up to the plateau.

In Final Fantasy X, a Crusader may be talked to just beyond the lift into the area, granting an X-Potion. A narrow path left leads to a lift down, where a Serene Armlet may be found on a small plateau. A man pacing around may give 400 gil if spoken to. Just below the lift to the upper area of the Precipice, a winding, narrow path may be found, leading to the tenth volume of Al Bhed Primers. On the level above is a woman with a Mega-Potion, as well as a Save Sphere.

PlateauEdit

The Plateau (高台, Takadai?) is an open area situated high on the Mushroom Rock Road, connecting the precipice and the ridge.

RidgeEdit

The Ridge (司令部周辺, Shirei-bu Shūhen?, lit. Headquarters Area) is the highest area of the Mushroom Rock Road, and is a prime vantage point overlooking the land below.

In Final Fantasy X, this area is the command center for the Crusaders during Operation Mi'ihen. O'aka may be found by the Save Sphere, peddling his wares to the Crusaders.

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Gatta is also present and speaking to him will give the choice to either suggest he deserves to fight on the front lines, or stay back and guard the command center. This decision decides whether Gatta or Luzzu survives Operation Mi'ihen—by telling Gatta he should be on the front lines, he will die, but if any other situation occurs, Luzzu will die.

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Inside the command tent are chests containing a Serene Bracer and a Mega-Potion.

BeachEdit

The Beach (浜辺, Hamabe?) is a one-time location the player is where the party ends up after the end of Operation Mi'ihen. The area is laden with corpses and Luzzu or Gatta will be here. Talking to them will trigger a cutscene that transports the player to Aftermath.

The secret area Battle Site is on the same map but can be traversed between.

AftermathEdit

Aftermath (アルベド兵器跡, Aru Bedo Heiki Ato?, lit. Al Bhed Weapons Remains) is a large beach area. A Save Sphere can be found in the middle of the area, and a Hi-Potion is in a chest to the west of it. O'aka may be found near the exit to the area, but he is selling only items.

Lord Mi'ihen's StatueEdit

Called Valley (谷底, Tanisoko?, lit. Valley Bottom) in the menu. Down a secluded trail, a floating rock will transport the party to a statue of Lord Mi'ihen. If the party possesses the Rusty Sword and places it at the foot of the statue, a glyph will shine behind the statue. A chest containing Auron's Celestial Weapon, Masamune, will appear after the glyph is examined. If one has the Celestial Mirror, they will be able to acquire the weapon.

Youth League HeadquartersEdit

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Secret AreasEdit

Battle SiteEdit

The Battle Site (キノコ岩戦場跡, Kinoko-iwa Senjō Ata?) is a secret area found by searching the coordinates X: 39 - 43 / Y: 56 - 60 on the Fahrenheit. Players can find the Phantom Bangle accessory for Lulu.

The Beach is on the same map (and this is what the area is called in the menu) but it cannot be traversed between.

Valley BottomEdit

An area at the bottom of the Valley, this is a secret area found by inputting the password GODHAND on the Fahrenheit. The area is called "Mushroom Rock" (キノコ岩谷底, Kinoko-iwa Tanisoko?, lit. Mushroom Rock - Valley Bottom) on the airship map list. Players can find Rikku's Celestial Weapon, the Godhand if they possess the Celestial Mirror.

Den of WoeEdit

The Den of Woe is a secret area, found only in Final Fantasy X-2. It is a cave beneath the Mushroom Rock Road sealing a mass of pyreflies inside. The entryway is sealed with ten spheres needed as keys.

QuestsEdit

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Final Fantasy XEdit

Gatta and LuzzuEdit

The Ridge is the command center for the Crusaders during Operation Mi'ihen. Gatta is found here and speaking to him will give the choice to either suggest he deserves to fight on the front lines, or stay back and guard the command center. This decision decides whether Gatta or Luzzu survives Operation Mi'ihen—by telling Gatta he should be on the front lines, he will die, but if any other situation occurs, Luzzu will die.

Spoilers end here.

Dark Magus SistersEdit

FFX HD Dark Magus Sisters

The Dark Magus Sisters appear.

In the International, PAL, and HD Remaster versions, after Yuna and her guardians are branded traitors of Yevon, three summoners wander the road near the exit to the Mi'ihen Highroad, and will summon the Dark Magus Sisters if approached, which can be fought together or separately. This is available after gaining control of the airship.

To avoid the three sisters and still get Auron's sphere and Celestial Weapon, enter from the Mi'ihen Highroad and walk as far from each of the summoners as possible. This allows the player to reach the other areas of the rock road and still receive the items, without going out of their way or getting ambushed.

During the persecution of sisters, the random encounters are suspended in the area leading to the Valley, the Valley itself and the Precipice. This will happen until the player leaves the area, uses the soft reset, or defeats to all three Dark Magus Sisters.

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Chocobo TreasuresEdit

Sending a chocobo to Mushroom Rock Road to look for treasures finds the following items (depending on the chocobo's level):

Level Treasure
1 Fish Scale, Fish Scale x2, Fish Scale x3, Fish Scale x4
2 Dragon Scale, Water Gem, Blue Ring, Cerulean Ring
3 Dragon Scale x2, Water Gem x2, Watery Gleam, Electrocutioner
4 Dragon Scale x3, Water Gem x3, NulTide Ring, Short Circuit
5 Dragon Scale x4, Water Gem x5, Silver Glasses, Blind Shock

MissionsEdit

Chapter OneEdit

Foggy Fiend Frenzy!Edit
Note: This is not a compulsory mission, thus is not required to complete the game.

The Youth League is a bit shorthanded. Help them out by clearing out the Fiends along Mushroom Rock Road! Fiends will attack more often under the cover of fog. Proceed with caution!

Chapter TwoEdit

Who Needs an Invitation?Edit
Note: Only possible if the sphere was handed over to New Yevon at the beginning of Chapter Two.
Note: This is not a compulsory mission, thus is not required to complete the game.

The Youth League's edgier members have drawn their own conclusions and declared the Gullwings an enemy. Beat them back as you push through to League headquarters!

  • Objective: Reach the lift leading to headquarters.
  • Unlock: Becomes available when the party returns to the Celsius after they hand over the 'Awesome Sphere'.
  • Reward: Kinesis Badge accessory, Shining Mirror Garment Grid.

Chapter FiveEdit

Youth League TournamentEdit
Note: Only possible if the player handed over the sphere to the Youth League in Chapter Two.
Note: This is not a compulsory mission, thus is not required to complete the game.

Defeat the Youth League's finest in a no-holds-barred fight to the finish! Do you have what it takes? Commander Lucil will be the judge of that.

  • Objective: Win 7 battles in a row.
  • Unlock: Becomes available at the beginning of Chapter Five.
  • Reward: Nooj's Sphere, Episode Complete.

ShopsEdit

O'aka - EntranceEdit

Note: O'aka's pricing depends on how much gil the player donated to him earlier in the game. The tables below indicate his prices at 100%.

Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Soft 50 gil
Equipment User Cost
Ice Brand Tidus 750 gil
Metal Shield Tidus 525 gil
Rod of Wisdom Yuna 525 gil
Magic Ring Yuna 2,025 gil
NulFrost Armguard Wakka 975 gil
Magic Bangle Lulu 2,025 gil
Light Bracer Auron 1,575 gil

O'aka - Ridge (at Operation Mi'ihen HQ)Edit

Note: O'aka's pricing depends on how much gil the player donated to him earlier in the game. The tables below indicate his prices at 100%.

Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Soft 50 gil
Item User Cost
Avenger Tidus 4,050 gil
T.K.O. Wakka 5,050 gil
Sentry Auron 9,075 gil
Pearl Ring Yuna 250 gil
White Armlet Kimahri 1,550 gil
Alert Armlet Kimahri 250 gil
Blue Bangle Lulu 2,625 gil
Red Ring Yuna 6,150 gil
Lucid Armguard Wakka 1,875 gil

O'aka - AftermathEdit

Note: O'aka's pricing depends on how much gil the player donated to him earlier in the game. The tables below indicate his prices at 100%.

Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Soft 50 gil

ItemsEdit

Final Fantasy XEdit

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Chapter 3
  • 2000 gil
Chapter 5

EnemiesEdit

Final Fantasy XEdit

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Note: Youth League enemies are only fought if the Gullwings sided with New Yevon.

Musical themesEdit

In Final Fantasy X, the theme "Decision on the Dock" plays on the Rock Road during Operation Mi'ihen. "A Fleeting Dream" plays after Operation Mi'ihen fails.

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"Mushroom Rock Road" from Final Fantasy X-2
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In Final Fantasy X-2, the theme to Mushroom Rock Road is called simply "Mushroom Rock Road".

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Final Fantasy Record KeeperEdit

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