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Kaiser Dragon's lair in the heart of Dragon's Den.

The Dragons' Den is a bonus dungeon in Final Fantasy VI Advance. It is located just north of the Dragon's Neck Colosseum on an island with a single tree. Access is given once the player has defeated the Eight Dragons. In the dungeon lie the most powerful equipment pieces in the game, but also the most powerful bosses guarding them.


The den requires three parties to traverse, like Kefka's Tower. There exist several Save areas with red beams of light that allow the player to change party members around in the three parties if all three are brought to the same room. This means that the three parties can often change paths and meet up with the other two. Ultimately, this means the player can explore the den with the same party and fight all eight dragons with the same party, if they know the den well enough and are willing to backtrack.

Several areas of the den are sealed off with magical barriers attuned to one of the Eight Dragons. Defeating a Dragon shatters all corresponding seals, allowing the player deeper access into the den. To access the den's deepest areas, all Eight Dragons must fall. To complicate this, each dragon has a "gimmick", enhancing their power and making them much more formidable than before.

The dungeon architecture also changes several times, and various puzzles from previous dungeons, such as jumping on turtles to cross water or hopping over bridges, are repeated. The dungeon is mostly a series of caves, some with magma, but a temple area also appears. In the darkest area of the dungeon lay three switches. Upon two of the switches being triggered, the third becomes a portal to the room where Kaiser Dragon lurks.

After Kaiser is defeated, returning to his chamber reveals Omega Weapon in his place.


Monster formations


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