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Doga's Manor.
Doga's Manor on the World Map.

Doga's Manor, also known as Dorga's House, is the home of Doga in Final Fantasy III and is located in the middle of the Dalg continent. It is populated only by Doga and Moogles.

There is no Inn, but there are HP/MP and Revive Wellsprings in the form of a book on a table and a pot, respectively. They are located in Doga's room. There is also a room to summon Fat Chocobo.

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Story

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After obtaining the Nautilus in Saronia, the Light Warriors are able to sail through the heavy winds of the Dalg continent and reach Doga's Manor. Upon entering it, they are attacked by Moogles, the private guards of Doga, one of the apprentices of the Great Magus Noah. There, he explains Xande, a former fellow apprentice who was given mortality by Noah, is responsible for halting time and disrupting the balance between Light and Darkness. Doga then accompanies the Warriors through the Cave of the Circle and casts a spell on the Nautilus, allowing it to go underwater. Then he casts a spell on the party so that they may leave the area while he goes to another dimension to find the key to Eureka. It is said that he contacts Unei in the dreamworld on this same dimension.

Later, after obtaining all the fangs that grant passage though the guardian statues that block the way into the Ancients' Maze, Doga and Unei summon the Warriors of Light. At Doga's Manor, they open a portal to Doga's Grotto for the Warriors, where they are forced by the Wizards to fight against monstrous versions of both, so as to gather energy for the keys to Eureka and Slyx.

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Items

Item Cost Effect
Hi-Potion 600 gil Restores 500 HP.
Gold Needle 100 gil Removes Petrify.
Maiden's Kiss 100 gil Removes Toad.
Echo Herbs 100 gil Removes Silence.
Mallet 100 gil Shrinks and unshrinks target.
Eye Drops 40 gil Removes Blind.
Antidote 80 gil Removes Poison.
Gysahl Greens 150 gil Attracts Chocobos.

Magic

Item Cost Type LV Effect
Firaga 10,000 gil Black 6 Deals Fire damage.
Bio 10,000 gil Black 6 Deals non-elemental damage.
Warp 10,000 gil Black 6 Creates a rift to another dimension.
Aeroga 10,000 gil White 6 Deals Wind damage.
Stona 10,000 gil White 6 Removes Petrify.
Haste 10,000 gil White 6 Increases Speed.
Curaga 5,000 gil White 5 Restores a great deal of HP.
Raise 5,000 gil White 5 Revives an ally with White magic.

Music

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"Pavilion of Dorga and Une" from the DS version of Final Fantasy III
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The background theme that plays inside Doga's Manor is known as "Let Me Know the Truth", or more recently, "Pavilion of Dorga and Une" (ドーガとウネの館 Dōga to Une no Kan, "Doga and Unne's Home"). This is also the background theme of Unei's Shrine, Cave of the Circle and Doga's Grotto.


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

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