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This vast expanse of arid wasteland is situated in the center of the Mindartian continent. In the ancient language of the Tarutaru, the word "Kolshushu" means "the land of decision." Many centuries ago, when the Tarutaru made their epic journey from the continent of Quon, countless lives were lost in this region due to a lack of water and the perilous terrain. It was then that the tribes held a great meeting to decide whether they should continue their journey or head back to their homeland. [1]

Contents

Conquest

This region is subject to conquest.

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Produce

  • Buburimu Grape
  • Casablanca
  • Dhalmel Meat
  • Mhaura Garlic
  • Yagudo Cherry

Zones

Buburimu Peninsula

Bibiki Bay

This inlet in the southeast of Mindartia looks out on the Gugru Blue. Sheltered by a multitude of tiny islands, its tranquil waters were once used by Tarutaru fisher folk to farm vast quantities of shellfish and seaweed. After the Great War, the cultivation of Bibiki Bay was abandoned as the Mithra brought their expertise in fishing to the mainland. The Fishermen's Guild, seeing the bay's potential, recently paid for the right to begin fishing in the area. The guild has made their small fishing vessels, or manaclippers, as they are called, available for use by adventurers.

Bibiki bay, though abutted against original zones, requires players to have the Chains of Promathia expansion. There is no other in-game prerequisite to enter Bibiki Bay.

Purgonorgo Island

In order to bring in ordinary sightseers, the Fishermen's Guild gained permission to land on the beautiful beaches of Purgonorgo Isle. This island in the middle of the Bibiki Bay is accessible only via the Manaclipper. Many of the bounties of aquaculture, including the magically enlarged shellfish known as uragnite, remained untouched. The island has no native inhabitants aside from the mandragora that grow here. Aside from the dock, a wayward warmachine, and some washed up and no longer sea-worthy row boats, there is absolutely no sign of civilization. Truly, this is one of the most beautiful, untouched, tropical paradises of Vana'diel.

Labyrinth of Onzozo

Manaclipper

Maze of Shakhrami

Tahrongi Canyon

Mhaura

Main article: Mhaura

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

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