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The Serpent Trench is a rapid-moving underwater current that flows from Mobliz to Nikeah in Final Fantasy VI. Sabin, Cyan and Gau use a diving helmet to swim through the trench to Nikeah.

Sometimes inside the Serpent Trench the player needs to choose the way, either to the left or to the right. If the player chooses the way to the right, they will enter a cave (if the player needs to access the menu, they should head there), and, if they go to left, the journey through the Serpent Trench ends sooner.

In the World of Ruin, the Serpent Trench still connects Mobliz and Nikeah, but due to the shifting of the world, it is now above water and is traversed on foot. The Cultists' Tower is situated on the Serpent Trench inside a ring of mountains.

QuestEdit

Mog's DanceEdit

Mog can only learn Water Harmony by battling on a water battle area. If the player recruits Mog in the World of Balance, they can go through the Serpent Trench with him in the party to let Mog learn the dance.

In the Advance and mobile versions, if the player miss the opportunity to learn the dance here, they will get a second chance to learn the Water Harmony dance in the battle against Leviathan in the World of Ruin.

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Musical themesEdit

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"The Serpent Trench" from Final Fantasy VI
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FFVI - The Serpent Trench
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In the World of Balance, the Serpent Trench uses its eponymous track as a background theme, but in the World of Ruin, since it has surfaced into the Overworld, the World of Ruin's overworld themes ("Dark World" and "Searching for Friends") are heard when traveling it instead.

Other appearancesEdit

Pictlogica Final FantasyEdit

PFF Serpent Trench

Serpent Trench.

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EtymologyEdit

The serpent, or snake, is one of the oldest and most widespread mythological symbols. The word is derived from Latin serpens, a crawling animal. Snakes have been associated with some of the oldest rituals known to humankind and represent dual expression of good and evil.

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