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Cave

NOTABLE LOCATIONS: None
NOTABLE INHABITANTS: None
KEY ITEMS: None
KEY TERMS: Wizard
ENEMIES: Hornet, Leg Eater, Queen Bee, Soldier, Vampire Thorn, Wererat
BOSSES: None
FINAL FANTASY II :: LOCATIONS :: DUNGEONS

PRONUNCIATION: keyv
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: Unknown
ORIGINS NAME: Did not appear
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Did not appear
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Cave

    Uttering the word "Cave" to the mysterious seal in the Arcane Labyrinth, Firion and his friends were transported to a mysterious cavern filled with sparkling blue stones. An old man in the Cave buried a small box under one of the blue stones, but couldn't remember quite where it was and requested the heroes to find it for him. Firion and his allies found the box, which was filled with mementos from the man's youth when he was training to be a Wizard.

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

NAME ORIGIN
    A cave is a hollow in the earth, especially one opening more or less horizontally into a hill or mountain. The word comes from the Latin cavus, meaning "hollow".


Cave

LEARNED FROM: Man searching for Adamantoise
LOCATION: Aquifer
FINAL FANTASY II :: MISCELLANEOUS :: KEY TERMS

PRONUNCIATION: keyv
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: Unknown
ORIGINS NAME: Did not appear
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Did not appear
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Cave

    A Cave was a hole in a rock formation. After speaking the word "Aquifer" in the Arcane Labyrinth, Firion and his allies were transported to an underground waterway said to be concealing a monstrous Adamantoise. After defeating the beast, a man investigating the rumors revealed this key term to the heroes, saying that a monster such as an Adamantoise would be more at home lurking around a murky Cave.

GAME INFO
    Learned from the man in the Arcane Labyrinth's Aquifer dungeon after defeating the Adamantoise.

NAME ORIGIN
    A cave is a hollow in the earth, especially one opening more or less horizontally into a hill or mountain. The word comes from the Latin cavus, meaning "hollow".

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