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The Subterranean Lake, also known as the Underground Lake, is a location in Final Fantasy III. The party enters it by jumping into the lake in Dwarven Hollows while in the Toad status. This is where Gutsco has taken the stolen Horn of Ice.

Story Edit

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The Warriors of the Light chase Gutsco, who stole one of the Horns of Ice from the Dwarven Hollows, in order to retrieve the Dwarven relic. They easily find Gutsco at his hideout, along with his stolen stash and defeat him, retrieving the Horn of Ice.

Spoilers end here.

Items Edit

Item Location
Gold Needle First Area
Zeus' Wrath x2 Third Area
Gold Needle x2 Third Area
3,000 gil x2 Gutsco's Hideout

Enemies Edit

Battle Background Edit

Subterranean Lake

Other appearances Edit

Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit

FFRK

FFRK Subterranean Lake FFIII

The party arrives in the Dwarven Hollows to find the dwarves in a furor over the theft of one of their precious Horns of Ice. At the dwarves' request, the party heads for the subterranean lake to retrieve the horn.

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Musical themes Edit

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"Dungeon", from the DS version of Final Fantasy III
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The background music that plays inside the Subterranean Lake is the "Dungeon" theme of Final Fantasy III.

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Etymology Edit

An underground lake or a subterranean lake is a lake under the surface of the Earth's crust. Such a lake may be associated with caves, aquifers, or springs. They are typically very low in salinity.

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