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Aquifer

NOTABLE LOCATIONS: None
NOTABLE INHABITANTS: None
KEY ITEMS: None
KEY TERMS: Cave
ENEMIES: Hornet, Killer Fish, Leg Eater, Queen Bee, Stunner, Vampire Thorn
BOSSES: Adamantoise
FINAL FANTASY II :: LOCATIONS :: DUNGEONS

PRONUNCIATION: AK-wuh-fer
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: Unknown
ORIGINS NAME: Did not appear
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Did not appear
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Aquifer

    Uttering the word "Aquifer" to the mysterious seal in the Arcane Labyrinth, Firion and his friends were transported to an underground water vein that served a local village, which was said to be inhabited by a mythical monster. The heroes tracked down this monster, a wayward Adamantoise and defeated it. By bringing down the beast, Firion and his allies were awarded with the key term "Cave" by a man investigating the monster rumor.

GAME INFO
    Aquifer is one of the areas of the Arcane Labyrinth. It can be accessed by saying the key term Aquifer to any of the magic seals found throughout the Labyrinth.

NAME ORIGIN
    An aquifer is an underground bed or layer of earth, gravel or porous stone that yields water for wells and springs. The word comes from the Latin terms aqua meaning "water" and ferre meaning "to bear".


Aquifer

LEARNED FROM: Imperial soldier
LOCATION: Dreadnought
FINAL FANTASY II :: MISCELLANEOUS :: KEY TERMS

PRONUNCIATION: AK-wuh-fer
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: Unknown
ORIGINS NAME: Did not appear
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Did not appear
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Aquifer

    The Aquifer was an underground vein of water. One of the imperial soldiers aboard the Arcane Labyrinth's Dreadnought revealed this key term to Firion and his allies after they were able to cool down the warship's engines.

GAME INFO
    Learned from the imperial soldier found at the starting point of the Arcane Labyrinth's Dreadnought dungeon after dropping an Antarctic Wind into the warship's engine.

NAME ORIGIN
    An aquifer is an underground bed or layer of earth, gravel or porous stone that yields water for wells and springs. The word comes from the Latin terms aqua meaning "water" and ferre meaning "to bear".

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