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Found on the northwestern edge of the Mindartian continent near Quon, this dry region is inhabited by many of the same wildlife found on the neighboring continent. In addition, to the northeast of Aragoneu is a region known as the Sanctuary of Li'Telor. [[1]]



This region is subject to conquest.



  • Horo flour
  • Millioncorn
  • Roasted Corn
  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Yagudo Feather


Meriphataud Mountains

North of Tahrongi Canyon are the Meriphataud Mountains, a vast array of rocky hills and crevasses split by a gigantic bone-like structure known as Drogaroga's Spine. The Meriphataud Mountains is a crossroads for people heading to Windurst, Jeuno or The Sanctuary of Zi'Tah. On the east side of the zone is the massive Castle Oztroja, the main fortress for the yagudo race. Many unsuspecting adventurers have fallen prey to the yagudos and goblins that patrol the zone.

Many citizens of Vana'diel believe that Drogaroga's Spine -- which stretches nearly the length of the zone -- was the spine of the mythical dragon Drogaroga. If you investigate this further, you just might discover that this spinal structure was built for something else entirely different.

Altar Room

The Altar Room lies deep within the Yagudo stronghold, Castle Oztroja. Shrouded in mystery and explored by only the bravest of adventurers, it is said that the sacred altar of the Yagudo Theocracy is housed here. In the midst of the deadliest of the Yagudo, those seeking the mysterious stones called magicite will find themselves in this dangerous area.

Attowah Chasm

Attohwa, meaning "arid" in ancient Mithran, is the name given to the chasm that traverses the eastern part of Aragoneu. As the name suggests, very little rain falls here, resulting in a parched, broken land where poisonous gases erupt from cracks in the earth.

However, many unique forms of life have adapted to this harsh environment, ranging from the ant lions that forage for prey hiding under the ground, to the beautiful but deadly gasponia flowers that feed on the noxious fumes.

Until recently, several forbidding cliffs had to be scaled in order to reach Attohwa Chasm, but due to the discovery of an underground route by a mountaineer, it is now possible for adventurers to travel to this inhospitable area with relative ease.

According to Mithran folklore, the mountaineer who discovered this route went in search of Parradamo Tor, a hill said to be found somewhere beyond the chasm, and was never heard from again...

Boneyard Gully

High atop the mountains of the Aragoneu region, this desolate gully is at the peak of Attohwa Chasm. This barren ravine is shielded by a strange dark miasma which seemingly prevents all entry.

Boneyard Gully is one of the zones used exclusively for notorious monster fights. In this case, as it is included in the Chains of Promathia expansion, both fights related to its storyline as well as Empty Notorious Monster fights, better known as ENMs.

Castle Oztroja

The birdlike beastmen known as the Yagudo spent decades carving this stronghold out of the mountains in the Meriphataud Range. In addition to being strictly guarded, the interior of the castle is extremely complex and littered with traps and curses that only members of the Yagudo Theomilitary have been informed of.

Garlaige Citadel

During the Great War, the armies of Altana, led by the first order of the Royal Knights of San d'Oria, reconstructed this underground fortress in hopes of taking the beastmen armies in Sauromugue by surprise. Outfitted with hundreds of troops from all three nations, the forces of Altana were successful in their attacks on the beastmen--until an enemy unit discovered a secret entrance to the citadel. This miscalculation resulted in the slaughter of all within the fortress, dealing a severe blow to the allied forces.

Sauromugue Champaign

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