In a remote region of Orience accessible only by airship stands a structure known to some as the Tower of Agito. Supposedly, all those who ascend the myriad staircases will become Agito...but who would believe such fantasy?
The Tower of Agito (アギトの塔, Agito no Tō?)—less commonly known as the Tower of Judecca—is an optional dungeon in Final Fantasy Type-0. It is located in Eibon Region and can only be accessed with the Setzer airship.
Hail, friend. This is the Tower of Judecca, known to many as the Tower of Agito. I have heard that this place houses a l'Cie Stone—and, judging by this omnious aura, it appears the rumor may hold some credence after all. According to ancient scripture, 'the sole path leading skyward is strewn with the bodies of a hundred.' Climbing the tower is a feat insurmountable for even a Secundus l'Cie—let alone for a mere mortal. He who dares ascend those stairs is either fearless or utterly foolish. If, however, you do not shudder at the thought of walking into certain death, then you may proceed.
- Challange: 100 Tonberries
- Challange: 100 Coeurls
- Challange: 100 Glasya Labolas
- Challange: 100 Mushussus
- Challange: 100 Behemoth Kings
Behemoth Kings can be easily defeated using Meteor.
Chamber of RuinEdit
- Challange: 1 Cosmic Malboro
- Agito Insignia - 14th floor
Because the Agito Insignia is only obtainable once per playthrough, the following drops will replace it on consecutive dungeon clearings within a playthrough:
- Grand Bangle - (25%)
- Mog's Lucky Charm - (25%)
- Soul of Thamasa - (25%)
- Juggernaut Badge - (18.8%)
- Ribbon - (6.2%)
- Super Ribbon - (??? %)
These accessories are obtained from the chests on each floor.
Enemy Level: 128
- The Tower of Agito was featured as a special raid for players in Final Fantasy Agito during its final month of service. As with the battle in Final Fantasy Type-0, it featured a final boss battle with a gigantic Malboro.
[aɡɪtoː] is a Latin verb conjugation meaning "I put in motion". It is the first principal part (first-person singular present active indicative) and citation form of the verb; its infinitive form is agitāre, "to put in motion". In Final Fantasy Type-0 the name "Tower of Agito" comes from the term Agito, the fabled savior of Orience who is said to appear at the end of the world.Agito