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"This marsh has thwarted travelers since ancient times, the rain that falls here is thick with Miasma...In days of old, the Selkies were driven from their ancestral home. They marched ever westward in search of a new haven. They built bridges over the swamp, then at long last reached the other side. But once there, they found no land to call home."
—Narration, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles
Conall Curach

Conall Curach is a large swamp from Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. Vast and water-logged, Conall Curach was first charted by a Selkie expedition looking for a new homeland after being driven out by the other races. Unfortunately, the sheer amount of miasma coupled by the presence of Thunder Bombs, Mus, Dark Flans, Behemoths, Sahagins, and a particularly nasty dragon slaughtered most of the party, driving the Selkies away. Nowadays, explorers of Conall Curach can find remnants of Selkic writings as well as the failed terraforming of the Selkies.

Contents

Appearance

Conall Curach is one massive swamp. It consists of three parts. The first part is mainly marshy land and some planks to walk over the water with and the last two parts of the dungeon consist mainly of the planks. Conall Curach is one of few places to depend on a different area for complete access. Although not explained why, Conall Curach shares a link with Daemon's Court in that the logs forming a bridge in the Court, if blown apart by a Bomb, will form makeshift bridges in the swamp.

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Moogle's Nest

The nest is rather hard to get to with all monsters blocking the way and winding planks that lead nowhere. The caravan can get there by entering the second part of the dungeon, taking the right path up to another fork then walking the left path leading to an intersection. The party should then take the right path and walk all the down to find the Moogle's nest.

Hot Spots

The locations in the Rebena Plains do not contain Hot Spots.

Bestiary

All Cycles

Boss (All Cycles)

Support Monster

  • Stone Sahagin

Music

In Search of a New Haven

When the party is here the game plays a rather sad sounding music called In Search of a New Haven. Its name comes from the Selkies looking for a new home.


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

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