The following 16 Final Fantasy Tactics unexplored lands are tributes to places that existed in earlier games in the Final Fantasy series, both in the U.S. and in Japan. Discovering one of these will not necessarily unlock a new area on the map, but what it will do is win you acclaim as an Adventurer!
The Final Fantasy Tactics unexplored lands are shown below with images of what they look like, their names, as well as descriptions.
When the world was young, the primal deities sealed Jaed the Netherlord deep beneath the earth. Its decrepit chambers tainted by a foul and unholy air, the Shrine of Chaos is said to mark the site of his prison.
This once prosperous capital of the Kashka Dynasty was destroyed in the Cataclysm, along with the vast legacy of its royal family. It is now a necrohol, populated by spirits drawn to the shades of past glory.
The capital of the ancient Palamecian Empire. The towering mountain range encircling the city guarded it from even the most ambitious airship captains. A warping device was the only means of bypassing this natural barrier.
This ancient tower links the Castle of Ronka to the earth below. Its magicked facade shields it against casual inspection. However, the enchantment’s unstable nature allows it to be seen as a mirage-like img-bdr at times.
The winged ones possessed technology allowing them to transmute cloud stone into crystals, like the ones that keep this castle aloft. Unfortunately, both the winged ones and their wondrous knowledge were lost in the Cataclysm.
Court thaumaturge Matoya once enjoyed the adoration of the ancient Ronkan peoples, but that ended with her creation of the Enthralled—a work of witchcraft to the lay eye. It was then she took up residence here.
This spire, once the heart of the ancient kingdom of Baron, was protected by the labyrinthine city at its base. The tower’s crystal walls were a symbol of the royal family’s wealth and power, but also of oppression.
Theories once abounded as to what this mass of land might be. Academics have now settled on one prevailing theory: The Cataclysm caused a shift in the balance of subterranean cloud stone, allowing it to surface.
Once a place of training for the royal guard in the ancient kingdom of Baron, this castle was lost in the Cataclysm. Graduates of the institution once filled the ranks of the Red Wings, a prestigious airship corps.
A legendary tower that extends to the heavens from deep below the earth. Also called the Tower of the Colossi, this mighty spire withstood the Cataclysm, and is a priceless remnant of ancient civilization.
The Ronkan Dynasty dominated the world from its sky borne castle until an enigmatic plague brought about its sudden and tragic demise. Today its empty ruined float in a cold and desolate silence.
This village is said to have been inhabited by an order of dark knights. While the fell blades of these knights lent them great power, they also cut short their lives. The order’s numbers dwindled, until at last none remained.
The Phantom Train became so known for its primary purpose during an ancient age of war—the transport of battalions of the ghastly Enthralled. It is also called the Chariot of the Damned.
A race of gnomes known as the Lilliputians inhabits this village. These gnomes were ruled by a merciless dictator until a mighty giant known as Atlas freed them at long last from their oppression.
Naught but a glimpse of light creeps into this deep wood. Rare breeds of chocobo thrive in this mystical forest, and the World Tree is rumoured to be at its center. The pungent scent of chocobo fills the air.
A site of significance for the ancient Palamecian Empire. Mythril was mined beneath these majestic falls, while extacium—a fuel used by the airships of the day—could be gleaned from their magical waters.