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The Phantom Forest is a location in Final Fantasy VI and is where the Phantom Train departs. The forest contains a recovery spring, and there is a path that loops back to the entrance.

Story Edit

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Cyan, Sabin, and Shadow pass through the forest after fleeing from the Imperial Camp. They come across a train platform for the Phantom Train and board to inspect it when it pulls out of the station. After defeating the train, it stops at the southern edge of the forest and lets them off while picking up the spirits of those killed at Doma Castle, including Cyan's wife and son, Elayne and Owain.

Spoilers end here.

Enemies Edit

Phantomforest

Inside the Phantom Forest.


Other appearances Edit

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Edit

TFF The Phantom Forest makes a cameo appearance as part of the terrain that is passed through during Final Fantasy VI Field Music Sequence events. The Phantom Train can be seen in the background.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

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Musical themes Edit

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"Phantom Forest" from Final Fantasy VI
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FFVI Phantom Forest
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The Phantom Forest has its eponymous theme as a background theme. Known as "The Mystic Forest," the theme is also found on the Piano Collections: Final Fantasy VI, Final Fantasy VI: Grand Finale and Final Fantasy Orchestra Albums.

An arrangement of this theme is found on Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy as Terra's dungeon theme.

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Etymology Edit

A phantom is a ghost, a physical manifestation of the soul or spirit of a deceased person.

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