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The Feymarch in the DS version of Final Fantasy IV.
The Feymarch in The After Years
"A town? Eidolons have their own society!?"
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The Feymarch, also known as the Land of Monsters or the Land of Summons, is a location from the game Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. It is located in the Underworld, and it is here where all Eidolons live. The Dwarves of Tomra to the Southeast call this place "The Land that Lies Between". The Eidolons are guided by their queen Asura and king Leviathan. Due to the immense magical power located on the Summons' plane, time flows faster in the Feymarch. The town in which the Eidolons live is guarded by the Passage of the Eidolons, a cave filled with lava, and only those with the Float spell can bypass the lava and reach the Feymarch; crossing it without Float will cause HP damage. Rydia was brought to the Feymarch when Leviathan attacks a ship she is traveling on, and matures very quickly under the watch of the king Leviathan, after which she is sent out to help defeat Golbez.

After obtaining the Falcon, Cecil and his friends can travel to the Feymarch. There, they can interact with many of the land's denizens and fight Asura and Leviathan. After the Queen and King are bested, they will become available for Rydia to Summon.

In The After Years, in Rydia's Tale, the Mysterious Girl comes to the Feymarch to take the power of the Eidolons, Rydia was saved by the Kings of the Eidolons and so she could go to the rest of the Underworld to warn the Dwarves.

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Treasure

The Feymarch on the World Map.
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The Town of Feymarch, where the Eidolons live
Inn
1200 gil/night
Items
Item SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Potion 30 gil 30 gil N/A
Hi-Potion 150 gil 150 gil N/A
Phoenix Down 150 gil 100 gil N/A
Tent 200 gil 100 gil N/A
Cabin 1000 gil 500 gil N/A
Gysahl Greens 50 gil 50 gil N/A
Remedy 100 gil 5000 gil N/A
Gnomish Bread N/A 100 gil N/A
Gold Needle N/A 400 gil N/A
Maiden's Kiss N/A 60 gil N/A
Mallet N/A 80 gil N/A
Diet Ration N/A 100 gil N/A
Echo Herbs N/A 50 gil N/A
Cross N/A 100 gil N/A
Eye Drops N/A 30 gil N/A
Antidote N/A 40 gil N/A
Ether 10000 gil N/A 10000 gil
Light Curtain N/A N/A 3800 gil
Decoy N/A N/A 4800 gil
Hermes Sandals N/A N/A 4800 gil
Bacchus's Wine N/A N/A 3800 gil
Silver Hourglass N/A N/A 9800 gil
Weapons
Weapon SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Whip 3000 gil 3000 gil 3000 gil
Chain Whip 6000 gil 6000 gil 6000 gil
Blitz Whip 10000 gil 10000 gil 10000 gil
Faerie Rod 5000 gil 5000 gil 5000 gil
Aura Staff 7000 gil 7000 gil 7000 gil
Angel Arrows 110 gil 110 gil 2000 gil
Shuriken N/A N/A 650 gil
Kotetsu N/A 11000 gil 11000 gil
Armor
Armor SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Aegis Shield 20000 gil 20000 gil 20000 gil
Luminous Robe 30000 gil 30000 gil 20000 gil

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Etymology

"Fey" is an alternate name of the mythical fairy. A march is the name given in medieval times a border region of a country.

Music

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"Town of Illusions" from the Nintendo DS version of Final Fantasy IV
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The Feymarch's theme is called "Town of Illusions".

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

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