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The hidden temple, Remiem. I'll be waiting. Come, and I will train you.
—Belgemine

Remiem is an abandoned temple of Yevon on the south eastern side of the Calm Lands in Final Fantasy X. The path to the temple is located near the entrance to the Macalania Woods, but can only be accessed by riding a chocobo.

It is the only remaining sign of a prewar city in the Calm Lands. No living people in Spira continue to visit the temple, and the only inhabitants are the unsent summoner Belgemine and the fayth of the aeon Magus Sisters. The temple is a large and ornate structure, which was once bustling, but became forgotten after Sin tore the earth asunder with the last of its strength while combating high summoner Gandof. Remiem Temple is surrounded by the same mountain range that Mt. Gagazet belongs to.

LocationEdit

Remiem Temple is located in the southeast of the Calm Lands. Follow the uphill cliff towards the south on a chocobo and there will be a yellow chocobo feather there. Use it to drop down below and continue eastward to find the once secret location.

Temple aeonEdit

QuestsEdit

Temple trialsEdit

Belgemine in Remiem Temple

Belgemine challenges Yuna to an aeon duel.

There is no Cloister of Trials as is typical to the other Temples of Yevon. The temple itself is merely a large room with the entrance to the fayth at the far end.

To receive the aeon, the player must complete three challenges:

The player can then break the seal guarding the entrance to the Chamber of the Fayth with the items and obtain the Magus Sisters.

In Final Fantasy X-2, the temple has been sealed off.

The Moon SigilEdit

The player can continue to fight Belgemine's aeons (Yojimbo, Anima, and the Magus Sisters will only appear if Yuna already has them). When all the aeons are defeated, Yuna can send Belgemine to the Farplane. After she is gone, Yuna will obtain the Moon Sigil for her Celestial Weapon, Nirvana.

The Chocobo ChallengeEdit

Remiem Temple Chocobo Track

Chocobo Track.

The player rides a chocobo through the maze of platforms below the temple and has to reach the finish mark at the bottom before the opponent chocobo. The first time the player wins the challenge, they will get the Cloudy Mirror, which can be upgraded to the Celestial Mirror in Macalania Woods. The chocobo race can be run numerous times for additional prizes, but each prize can only be won once for a total of five prizes. The more chests that are touched, the better the prize. A good strategy for this is to try to obtain 5 chests, then work down, as it gets easier to obtain fewer chests every time.

These prizes are:

If one manages to open all six chests by increasing the chocobo's speed via hacking, the reward is only a Potion, just like when opening the same number of chests twice, or hitting at least one colored pole.

Opening five or more treasure chests while still winning the race in the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster version earns the trophy Chocobo Master. This can be gained even by hitting poles.

ItemsEdit

EnemiesEdit

Musical themesEdit

"Gloom" is the theme that plays when inside the temple. "Chocobo Jam" plays during the Chocobo Race.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • It is mentioned that Remiem was lost during Lord Gandof's battle with Sin in the Calm Lands 400 years prior to the game's events, this makes him just the second person to defeat Sin after Yunalesca. However, his, Lord Ohalland, Lady Yocun and Lord Braska's statues are all present on display here like in any other inhabited temple.

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