Once you return to Narshe, you’ll learn that the town, originally neutral, has decided to side with the Returners. A rather complex plan is made regarding what to do. So, anyways, we know what we’re doing, right?

Let’s go visit the shops… The weapon shop has a good weapon, the Hawkeye, for Locke – there is a ~50% chance of it doing 50% more damage to non-Floaters and 200% more damage to those who ARE Floating. Interesting… As for armor, buy some Golden Shields and Golden Helms for everyone except for Terra; give her the Tiara instead. Then give the Power Sash to whosoever you think needs it. There’s nothing new to mention in the Relics or the items; buy what you want and restock your supplies.

Now, there’s one more thing we need to do. Have you ever heard of the Lone Wolf? Final Fantasy V players probably remember him and how, when released, he would steal three treasures from unopened chests in the game. Annoying, right? It was the very reason why he was imprisoned and you stupidly released him.

Now, do you remember the old man who gave you the small trove of treasures last time you were here? He worries about that locked chest. Go into the house and look to find the Lone Wolf running off. Follow him for a while; he’ll soon head to the mines.

Follow the Lone Wolf through the mountain up to the Esper. Rescue Mog to gain access to him for your party because he is a powerful ally.

Once you have him cornered, he’ll end up taking a Moogle as a hostage. You need to stay still for a moment and the Moogle will soon free himself and the resulting struggle sends the both of them over a cliff.

You now have a choice – either get the Gold Hairpin or recruit the Moogle into your party. The Gold Hairpin will reduce your MP usage by 50% and is used as a Relic; not really recommended to me. The superior choice is to recruit the Moogle, Mog, into your party - he was the leader of the Moogle party when they saved Terra alongside Locke.

In a moment, we’ll be doing some sidequesting. Part of this will be to get him some more Dance skills for him, for his Dance is rather powerful. Okay, head back into the overworld.


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  • Publisher
    Square Enix
  • Platforms,
    Android, iOS, PC, PS1, Wii
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  • Guide Release
    2 July 2014
  • Last Updated
    7 December 2020
  • Guide Author
    Daniel Chaviers

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Join the fight against Kefka, a maniacal, crazy, clown lookalike (who is scarier than that sounds), as he attempts to bring the world to ruin. You take control of a multitude of very colorful characters (including a little girl with a paintbrush!) all of whom are joined together by fate, united by their mutual hatred of Kefka and the Empire. Final Fantasy VI is a vibrant, hilarious world and one of the most loved games of the series due to its excellent writing and complex battle system.

Our guide offers full assistance in your journey through the world including:

  • A full walkthrough from start to finish of the main story.
  • How to acquire all Espers, including the extra ones like Cactuar and Gilgamesh.
  • How to find every character when in the World of Ruin.
  • All side quests from the Cultists’ Tower to how to acquire Lores for Strago.

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