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NOTABLE LOCATIONS: None
NOTABLE INHABITANTS: Bartender, Prince Scott
KEY ITEMS: Ring
KEY TERMS: None
ENEMIES: Captain
BOSSES: None
FINAL FANTASY II :: LOCATIONS

PRONUNCIATION: fin puhb
ORIGINAL JAPANESE NAME: Unknown
ORIGINS NAME: Fynn Pub
DAWN OF SOULS NAME: Fynn Pub
ANNIVERSARY EDITION NAME: Fynn Pub

    The Fynn Pub was a small establishment on the outskirts of the kingdom of Fynn. After the evil Palamecian Empire invaded, the citizens of Fynn and the soldiers of the Wild Rose Rebellion fled, but the Bartender of the Pub was unable to escape. He was forced to stay behind and pour drinks for the Imperial soldiers occupying the kingdom. He still helped the Rebellion, however, by hiding a wounded Rebel soldier in his secret storeroom in the basement.
    Firion, Maria and Guy, three orphaned youths from Fynn determined to prove their worth to Princess Hilda, leader of the Rebellion, entered the Fynn Pub shortly after the occupation. They confirmed their allegiance to the Rebellion by speaking the password "Wild Rose" to the Bartender. He allowed the heroes behind the bar, where the secret door to the storeroom was located as he hurried out, leaving the Pub in the hands of the heroes. They entered the basement where they found the injured soldier, who turned out to be none other than Prince Scott of Kashuan, who was wounded in the Empire's invasion. The ailing Prince revealed that Fynn fell because of the treachery of Count Borghen, who betrayed the kingdom to the Empire and was promoted to General in the Imperial army. He urged the heroes to pass messages along to his brother, Prince Gordon, and his love, Princess Hilda. Before breathing his last breath, he gave his Ring to the heroes and silently perished. Firion and his friends left the Pub and returned to Altair, where the impressed Hilda permitted them to join the Rebel army.

GAME INFO
    Fynn Pub is located on the outside of the walls of Fynn, accessed by walking around the edge of the town by following the path behind the Sanctuary. Inside, speaking to the Imperial soldiers will initiate a battle with a Captain, which is a practically unbeatable battle in the early stages of Final Fantasy II. Saying the key term "Wild Rose" to the Bartender will allow the heroes to enter the secret door behind the bar leading to the storeroom where Prince Scott is hiding. He provides the heroes with his Ring before passing away.

NAME ORIGIN
    The name Fynn may derive from the mythological Irish hunter-warrior hero Fionn mac Cumhaill, Anglicised as Finn McCool. Finn, or Fionn, was actually a nickname meaning "fair" referring to his light hair color. A pub is another name for a tavern or bar. The word is short for public house and first came to usage in 1859.

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