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The Arrapago Islands is a region of Vana'diel in Final Fantasy XI. It is located in the "near east" and lies north of the Empire's city of Al Zahbi. As implied in the name, unlike other regions, this one is made up of dozens of small islands, some of which players can explore, some of which are scenery or little more than specks on a map. The islands are covered in thick vegetation, perpetually fog covered, and show few signs of being touched by the enlightened races aside from Nashmau and Imperial staging points.

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Arrapago Reef

This highly treacherous area is legendary for stranding many a ship. It is for this reason that Arrapago Reef became the final bastion for a kingdom that was destroyed by an attack from Aht Urhgan. It is said that the kingdom's immense treasures still rest in the coastal caverns. However, the Lamiae are currently using the reef as their stronghold, guarded by the sleepless undead. Infiltrating Arrapago Reef would be no easy task.

Caedarva Mire

This vast stretch of swampland covers Azouph Isle. "Caedarva" means "illusion" in the language of Ephramad. The mire is a dreary place covered in dense fog nearly all year round, yet it is also home to a multitude of animals and aquatic plants such as wild rice, lotuses, and thickets of shrubs. Caedarva Mire is well known as the ancient site of a great battle between the Empire of Aht Urhgan and the Kingdom of Ephramad. Now the area is enveloped in a struggle for supremacy between the Lamiae and their Undead Swarm, the Qiqirn of Nashmau, and the Near Eastern Fomors.

Hazhalm Testing Grounds

Ilrusi Atoll

Leujaoam Sanctum

Nashmau

Main article: Nashmau

Periqia

Talacca Cove


This article uses material from the "Arrapago Islands" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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