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Nikeah is a town in Final Fantasy VI. It is a port city located at the north end of the Serpent Trench and the mouth of the Lethe River. It has a large marketplace, and its shops are street vendors standing among the crates of goods in the port. Ships sail regularly between Nikeah and South Figaro and later in the game, the player can choose to board ferries from Nikeah to South Figaro and back as they wish.

StoryEdit

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FFVI PC Nikeah Port

Sabin landed at Nikeah port.

Sabin, Cyan, and Gau surface in Nikeah's ports after swimming through the Serpent Trench from Mobliz. The three board a ship bound to South Figaro to get to Narshe. If the party enters Nikeah's pub, a dancer will flirt with Cyan, making him uncomfortable.

FFVI PC Gerad

Edgar as "Gerad".

In the World of Ruin, Nikeah hasn't changed much: it still has a thriving marketplace, and runs ferries to South Figaro. Celes and Sabin come here searching for their friends and meet Gerad, a man who resembles Edgar who leads the Crimson Robbers. Gerad and the robbers depart on a ferry to South Figaro with the two in pursuit.

In the GBA and following versions, as soon as the party arrives at Nikeah in the World of Ruin a former Returner will recognize the party and claim that prior to their infiltration to the Magitek Research Facility four espers had escaped, and that they could help the party in their journey. Considering the man's absence in the original versions he most likely refers to the four espers introduced in the GBA version: Leviathan, Diabolos, Gigantuar, and Gilgamesh.

Spoilers end here.

QuestsEdit

LeviathanEdit

FFVI Android Man explains about Leviathan's shadow

A man at South Figaro mentioning the shadow in the sea near Nikeah.

In the Advance, mobile and Steam releases, after speaking to a man in South Figaro near the chocobo stable who mentions seeing a shadow while fishing, boarding the ferry in either direction will cause Leviathan to attack the ship once the party has acquired the Falcon. Defeating him earns the party the Leviathan magicite.

ItemsEdit

ShopsEdit

ItemsEdit

World of Balance
Item Price
Potion 50 gil
Hi-Potion 300 gil
Phoenix Down 500 gil
Echo Herbs 120 gil
Green Cherry 150 gil
Sleeping Bag 500 gil
Tent 1,200 gil
Smoke Bomb 300 gil
World of Ruin
Item Price
Hi-Potion 300 gil
Ether 1,500 gil
Phoenix Down 500 gil
Gold Needle 200 gil
Holy Water 300 gil
Remedy 200 gil
Sleeping Bag 500 gil
Tent 1,200 gil

WeaponsEdit

World of Balance
Weapon Price
Mythril Spear 800 gil
Kotetsu 800 gil
Mythril Knuckle 800 gil
World of Ruin
Weapon Price
Flametongue 7,000 gil
Icebrand 7,000 gil
Thunderblade 7,000 gil
Rune Blade 7,500 gil
Enhancer 10,000 gil

ArmorEdit

World of Balance
Armor Price
Heavy Shield 400 gil
Plumed Hat 250 gil
Magus Hat 600 gil
Bandana 800 gil
Iron Helmet 1,000 gil
Kenpo Gi 250 gil
Silk Robe 600 gil
Iron Armor 700 gil
World of Ruin
Item Price
Diamond Shield 3,500 gil
Priest's Miter 3,000 gil
Green Beret 3,000 gil
Diamond Helm 8,000 gil
Power Sash 5,000 gil
Gaia Gear 6,000 gil
Diamond Vest 12,000 gil

RelicsEdit

World of Balance
Item Price
Silver Spectacles 500 gil
Star Pendant 500 gil
Fairy Ring 1,500 gil
White Cape 5,000 gil
World of Ruin
Item Price
Princess Ring 3,000 gil
Prayer Beads 4,000 gil
Amulet 5,000 gil
White Cape 5,000 gil
Zephyr Cape 7,000 gil
Angel Ring 8,000 gil
Gale Hairpin 8,000 gil
Hyper Wrist 8,000 gil

EnemiesEdit

Musical themesEdit

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"Kids Run Through the City" from Final Fantasy VI
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Kids run through the City
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"Kids Run Through the City" is Nikeah's background theme in the World of Balance.

"Under Martial Law" is Nikeah's background theme in the World of Ruin.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Nikeah is probably based on Nicaea. It was the original Greek settlement name for what are now the modern cities of İznik, Turkey and Nice, France.

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