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Monster Arena

The Monster Arena is a location in the game Final Fantasy X, situated in the Calm Lands. The Monster Arena is used to store fiends caught during the game. This is done by defeating the monster while using weapons with the Capture special ability, which can be purchased here.

Once the monsters are caught they can be battled at any time within the arena for a fee. If certain conditions are met then new creations are bred and also fought. As new monsters are bred, the owner rewards the party with a bunch of special, and often rare, items. For each new creation the first battle is free, afterwards the price gets steadily steeper for each fight, with a battle against Nemesis costing 25,000 gil each time. Within the Arena, the player is not in danger of receiving a Game Over after defeat, they simply return to the entrance and can heal, then try again.


Monster Directory

In the monster directory there are 13 different sections. These are the different areas in which monsters can be found. The areas and monsters in them are shown below.




Mi'ihen Highroad

Mushroom Rock Road

Djose Road

Thunder Plains



Calm Lands

Sunken Cave

(also known as the Cavern of the Stolen Fayth)

Mt. Gagazet

Inside Sin

Omega Dungeon

Special Monsters

Once certain requirements have been met new monsters can be unlocked. There are 3 extra groups in which the unlocked monsters are in. These are:


  • After collecting at least one of each fiend from the Calm Lands, which allows the Keeper to reopen the Arena; he will give you a chest which contains Yuna's Celestial Weapon, Nirvana.
  • Once a total of 10 monsters have been bred in the Area and Species Conquests, the Keeper will give you the Mars Sigil for Auron's Celestial Weapon, Masamune.

Musical Themes

"Brave Advancement"
Trouble with the audio sample?

The theme that plays at the Monster Arena is called "Brave Advancement".

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


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