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"I will protect Burmecia. You have my word."
—Freya
Burmecia entrance artwork.

Burmecia, Realm of Eternal Rain, is a city-state in the northwestern part of the Mist Continent on Gaia in Final Fantasy IX. It is Freya Crescent's hometown. Inhabited by the Burmecians, Burmecia is a walled, multi-leveled, and warren-like city built around the king's palace and showered by constant rain.

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Brahne, laughing triumphantly upon the heroes' defeat.

Early in the game, Burmecia is attacked by the Alexandrian army of Black Mages led by Kuja and General Beatrix. The City is taken with great loss on the side of the Burmecians, although it is shown that many fought bravely and to the death to defend the citadel and its lord. By the time Zidane and the party arrive, the city is in ruins, with the scattered bodies of the Burmecian soldiers and citizens strewn throughout the city. Zidane must collect the Protection Bell from under the King's bed in order to unlock the door that leads to the ruined Palace courtyard. Here, they meet several fleeing Burmecians, including one that Zidane saves from being crushed by collapsing rubble. In a secluded armory room, the party meets Stiltzkin for the first time outside of Alexandria. They later move on and scale a decrepit statue to the apex of the palace, where Queen Brahne, Kuja, and Beatrix wait. Here, the first unsuccessful battle with Beatrix is fought, and after the party's defeat, Brahne makes plans to invade the neighboring city of Cleyra. Beatrix follows her, and an FMV plays with Kuja mocking the party before mounting his Silver Dragon, taking off into the skies and signaling the end of Disc 1.

The ruined city.

It is revealed that many of the surviving Burmecians (including the King) took refuge in the neighboring realm of Cleyra. Ironically, their shelter would be short-lived, as the Eidolon Odin is later summoned by Brahne to destroy the desert tree. Burmecia, unlike Lindblum in further stages of the game, is never shown as being rebuilt by its citizens, all who were scattered across the world, even as far as Esto Gaza, or were killed in the battle.

Interestingly, if the player travels to Burmecia after the events at the Iifa Tree, the rain no longer falls. This suggests that the climate of the city might have something to do with the Mist, which covers the Mist Continent. Furthermore, with the reappearance of the Mist after the destruction of Terra, the city is again plagued by neverending rain.

Enemy Formations

Treasures

  • Cancer
  • Protection Bell
  • Kupo Nut
  • Potion
  • Soft x2
  • Germinas Boots
  • Ether
  • Tent
  • Phoenix Down
  • Mythril Spear
  • Lightning Staff

Shops

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Item Price (gil)
Needle Fork 3,100
Glass Armlet 250
Mythril Gloves 980
Steepled Hat 260
Headgear 330
Magus Hat 400
Linen Cuirass 800
Barbut 600
Bronze Vest 670
Potion 50
Phoenix Down 150
Echo Screen 50
Soft 100
Antidote 50
Eye Drops 50
Tent 800

Music

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"Kingdom of Burmecia"
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Burmecia has its own theme music titled "Kingdom of Burmecia" played throughout the location. It is a rather sorrowful theme consisting mainly of a choir and a church organ playing in the background. This theme is also mixed into the background of Freya and Fratley's themes.


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

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