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Mythril-FFIV

Map of Mythril (PSP).

Mythril (known as Silvera in the SNES translation), called Mythril Town (ミスリルのまち, Misuriru no Machi?) or Mythril Village (ミスリルのむら, Misuriru no Mura?) in Japanese, is a remote town in Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy IV: The After Years situated north of Mount Ordeals.

Mythril is inhabited by Toads, Pigs, and Small People, who mine mythril from an unknown mine. Toads refine the mythril and small people process it and the pigs forge weapons out of the refined mythril. The Adamant Isle Grotto lies east of the city, and can only be accessed with a Hovercraft. No notable events occur here in the original game.

Mythril is the residence of the NPCs known as the Mythril Brothers. The trio consist of a toad, pig and a mini person. They offer to dance for the party.

Story Edit

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. (Skip section)

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

FFIVTAY Ceodore Harvey comes to the island for his Proof of Knighthood with the Red Wings. He spends the night there and he later goes to the Adamant Isle Grotto with Biggs and Wedge.

Spoilers end here.

Treasure Edit

Mythril ffiv ios

Mythril (DS/iOS).

Final Fantasy IV Edit

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

Shops Edit

Final Fantasy IV Edit

Silvera

Silvera (SNES).

Inn
500 gil/night
Items
Item Price
SNES GBA DS/iOS
Diet Ration N/A 100 gil 100 gil
Maiden's Kiss N/A 60 gil 60 gil
Mallet N/A 80 gil 80 gil
Bomb Crank N/A N/A 1,200 gil
Arctic Wind N/A N/A 1,200 gil
Heavenly Wrath N/A N/A 1,200 gil
Weapons
Weapon Price
SNES GBA DS/iOS
Mythril Knife 3,000 GP 3,000 gil 3,000 gil
Mythril Sword 6,000 GP 6,000 gil 6,000 gil
Mythril Staff 4,000 GP 4,000 gil 4,000 gil
Mythril Hammer 8,000 GP 8,000 gil 8,000 gil
Armor
Armor Price
SNES GBA DS/iOS
Mythril Shield 1,000 GP 1,000 gil 1,000 gil
Mythril Helmet 3,000 GP 3,000 gil 3,000 gil
Mythril Armor 17,000 GP 17,000 gil 17,000 gil
Mythril Gloves 2,000 GP 2,000 gil 2,000 gil


Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

FFIV TAY Mythril's Item Shop

Item shop of Mythril in The After Years.

Inn
50 gil/night

Ceodore's Tale Edit

Items
Item Price
Potion 30 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Golden Needle 400 gil
Maiden's Kiss 60 gil
Eye Drops 30 gil
Antidote 40 gil
Tent 100 gil
Armor
Armor Price
Bronze Shield 100 gil
Bronze Helm 150 gil
Bronze Armor 600 gil
Weapons
Weapon Price
Broadsword 200 gil
Longsword 450 gil

The Crystals Edit

FFIV TAY Mythril World Map

Mythril on the World in The After Years.

Items
Item Price
Hi-Potion 150 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Maiden's Kiss 60 gil
Mallet 80 gil
Diet Ration 100 gil
Cross 100 gil
Cottage 500 gil
Gnomish Bread 100 gil
Weapons
Weapon Price
Mythril Sword 6000 gil
Mythril Knife 3000 gil
Mythril Staff 4000 gil
Mythril Hammer 8000 gil
Armor
Armor Price
Mythril Armor 17000 gil
Mythril Shield 1000 gil
Mythril Helm 3000 gil
Mythril Gloves 2000 gil


Enemies Edit

Final Fantasy IV Edit

Outside Edit

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Edit

Musical themes Edit

The background music that plays in Mythril is the Final Fantasy IV "Town Theme".

Gallery Edit

Etymology Edit

The word "mythril" or "mithril" is a metal found in many fantasy worlds. It was originally introduced by the fantasy writings of J. R. R. Tolkien, being present in his Middle-earth. It resembles silver but is stronger than steel, and much lighter in weight than either. The author first wrote of it in The Lord of the Rings, and it is retrospectively mentioned in the third, revised edition of The Hobbit in 1966. In the first 1937 edition, the mail shirt given to Bilbo is described as being made of "silvered steel". The name mithril comes from two words in Sindarin—mith, meaning "grey" or "mist", and ril meaning "glitter".

Trivia Edit

  • The shape of the island the town is situated on bears a vague resemblance to a pig's head. This detail is lost in 3D versions.
  • The DS version has a "bug" related to this town: the unusual size of its inhabitants makes talking to the shopkeepers nearly impossible, as one must perfectly line up with them on the angled separator, which pushes the player to either side if they try to orient themselves. In the iOS version, this bug was fixed.

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