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The Mi'ihen Highroad.
"This is a statue of Lord Mi'ihen. Eight centuries ago, he founded a legion known today as the Crusaders. In just a few short years after their founding, their ranks grew throughout Spira. The maesters of Yevon feared an uprising and accused them of rebellion. So Lord Mi'ihen walked along this very road to go face their charges and refute them. He succeeded in winning the maesters' trust, and his legion became an arm of the Yevon clergy."

Mi'ihen Highroad is a road between the city of Luca and Mushroom Rock, found in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. It was named for Lord Mi'ihen, the founder of the Crusaders, then called the Crimson Blades, who walked down the old path on his way to Bevelle to answer the challenge that his group was a threat to Yevon. It is called a Highroad because of both its altitude in relation to Luca, and the fact that Mi'ihen walked the "Highroad" when he decided to face the Maesters of Yevon instead of antagonizing them.


Before the Eternal Calm

At the time before the Eternal Calm, the highroad was home to many fiends, including floating eyes, white elementals, flans, bombs, canines, and dual horned beasts. People who needed to cross the highroad would generally travel by chocobo, as it was far safer than dealing with the aforementioned beasts. However, even the chocobo are not entirely immune to the fiend activity as the Chocobo Eater also roams the area. Yuna and her Guardians were obliged to face this beast when it made an appearance during their journey.



Final Fantasy X

Rin's Travel Agency

Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Grenade 300 gil
Map 50 gil
Weapon/Armor User Cost
Warrior's Sword Tidus 150 gil
Enchanted Rod Yuna 150 gil
Power Ball Wakka 150 gil
Magical Mog Lulu 150 gil
Halberd Kimahri 225 gil
Shimmering Blade Auron 225 gil
Pearl Shield Tidus 250 gil
Pearl Ring Yuna 250 gil
Pearl Armlet Kimahri 250 gil
Pearl Armguard Wakka 250 gil
Pearl Bangle Lulu 250 gil
Pearl Bracer Auron 250 gil

O'aka on the Oldroad

Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil

Travel Agency After Obtaining Airship

After the Airship is attained, the available weapons and armor at the travel agency change.

Weapon/Armor User Cost
Nightbringer Tidus 18,225 gil
Darkness Staff Yuna 18,225 gil
Blackout Wakka 18,225 gil
Dark Cait Sith Lulu 18,225 gil
Darkbringer Kimahri 18,225 gil
Dark Blade Auron 18,225 gil
Jammer Rikku 18,225 gil
Glorious Shield Tidus 4,725 gil
Glorious Ring Yuna 4,725 gil
Glorious Armlet Kimahri 4,725 gil
Glorious Armguard Wakka 4,725 gil
Glorious Bangle Lulu 4,725 gil
Glorious Bracer Auron 4,725 gil
Glorious Targe Rikku 4,725 gil

Final Fantasy X-2

Item Cost Chapters Available
Potion 50 All
Hi-Potion 500 CH 3+
Phoenix Down 100 All
Antidote 50 All
Eye Drops 50 All
Echo Screen 50 All
Soft 50 All
Holy Water 300 All
Iron Bangle 500 CH 1-2
Silver Bracer 500 CH 1-2
Gauntlets 2,500 CH 1-2
Tiara 2,500 CH 1-2
Titanium Bangle 3,000 CH 3+
Gold Bracer 4,000 CH 3+
Muscle Belt 4,000 CH 3+
Circlet 4,000 CH 3+


Enemy formations

During the Eternal Calm

With Sin vanquished, the highroad became home to Iron Giants from the Thunder Plains and large, carnivorous birds, in addition to the previously mentioned fiends. Travel by chocobo has been strayed from, with hovercrafts taking their place. In addition, the road is now covered in Al Bhed machina, used as a defense mechanism against the fiend population.

Open Areas

  • Highroad North
  • Highroad South
  • Oldroad (Final Fantasy X)
  • Rin's Travel Agency

Secret Areas

  • Fiend Colony (Final Fantasy X-2)

Musical Themes

"Mi'ihen Highway"
Trouble with the audio sample?

The music that plays while traveling Mi'ihen Highroad is called "Mi'ihen Highway".

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