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Sacred Mt. Bur-Omisace is a location in the land of Ivalice in Final Fantasy XII. The major figure of an ancient religion, Gran Kiltias Anastasis, "dreams" in the Kiltian temple on top of the summit.



Mt. Bur-Omisace is located just to the east of the Paramina Rift.


For years, the Kiltia have lived here, practicing their faith, and accepting refugees from all over Ivalice, giving them food and shelter. Pilgrims will also make a spiritual trip to the mountain, in hopes of becoming more enlightened. However, in these times of war, the mountain has seen more refugees than pilgrims, and people who have lost their homes now live on the steep slope leading up to the temple.

When the Gran Kiltias Anastasis was murdered by Judge Bergan during an invasion by the Empire to retieve Larsa, his death not only devastated Kiltas and refugees alike, but undid the seal that kept Fafnir at bay, placing all of Mt. Bur-Omnisace in a endless rain. It took Fafnir's defeat and the sacrifice of a Kiltas named Ieeha, ending the rain, to allow the residents of Mt. Bur-Omisace to begin anew and rebuilt what they lost with the aid of the Viera Ieeha befriended.



Traveling Merchant (Seeq)


You may wish to consult the List of Final Fantasy XII Accessories article for more information on individual accessories.

Accessory Cost
Jackboots 600 gil
Black Belt 600 gil
Golden Amulet 4500 gil
Magick Gloves 3200 gil
Nishijin Belt 800 gil
Thief's Cuffs 3000 gil
Gillie Boots 700 gil


You may wish to consult the List of Final Fantasy XII Weapons article for more information on ammunition.

Ammunition Cost
Onion Arrows 100 gil
Onion Bolts 100 gil
Onion Shot 100 gil
Onion Bombs 100 gil


You may wish to consult the Magick article for more information on individual spells.

Spell Cost
Regen 1900 gil
Esuna 2800 gil
Gravity 2800 gil
Float 2800 gil
Decoy 2500 gil
Drain 3200 gil
Curaga 3200 gil
Spell Cost
Fira 3000 gil
Thundara 3000 gil
Blizzara 3000 gil
Haste 3400 gil
Toxify 4100 gil
Countdown 3100 gil
Stop 3700 gil

Travelling Merchant (Hume)


You may wish to consult the List of Final Fantasy XII Weapons article for more information on individual weapons.

Weapon Cost
Serpent Rod 2100 gil
Lohengrin 4500 gil
Heavy Lance 4800 gil
Osafune 4800 gil
Gladius 4800 gil
Musk Stick 4300 gil
Gilt Measure 4000 gil
Bhuj 4100 gil
Flame Staff 2400 gil
Storm Staff 2400 gil
Glacial Staff 2400 gil
Flametongue 5200 gil
Weapon Cost
Loxley Bow 5200 gil
War Hammer 5200 gil
Crossbow 5200 gil
Healing Rod 3000 gil
Betelgeuse 5400 gil
Kogarasumaru 5600 gil
Ashura 5600 gil
Miter 5000 gil
Storm Spear 5800 gil
Iron Pole 5300 gil
Hornito 5800 gil
Arc Scale 5500 gil


You may wish to consult the List of Final Fantasy XII Armor article for more information on individual armor pieces.

Armor Cost
Golden Helm 3200 gil
Golden Armor 3200 gil
Golden Shield 2100 gil
Red Cap 2500 gil
Brigandine 2500 gil
Mage's Hat 2500 gil
Mage's Habit 2500 gil
Burgonet 4000 gil
Shielded Armor 4000 gil
Ice Shield 2500 gil
Headband 3200 gil
Jujitsu Gi 3200 gil
Lamia's Tiara 3200 gil
Enchanter's Habit 3200 gil


You may wish to consult the List of Final Fantasy XII Items for more information on individual items.

Item Cost
Potion 70 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Phoenix Down 250 gil
Echo Herbs 50 gil
Gold Needle 100 gil
Alarm Clock 50 gil
Handkerchief 50 gil
Hi-Potion 210 gil
Bacchus's Wine 120 gil
Smelling Salts 50 gil

Sage Knowledge

For the Sage Knowledge on Mt. Bur-Omisace, you may also see Sage Knowledge piece 76.

"The sacred mountain of the Kiltia sect, located to the north of the Jagd Ramoora. The temple was built here by believers to mark the place where the founder of the Light of Kiltia began to spread the teachings. There are accounts of the holy city here dating back to writings from the age of the Galtean Alliance. In its long history, Mt. Bur-Omisace has never fallen under the control of any foreign power. On the understanding that Kiltia's followers would exempt themselves from political dealings in other lands, Kingdom and Empire both formed a pact to guarantee the holy city's independence, an agreement which stands to this day. It would not be an error to call Mt. Bur-Omisace itself a shrine to Kiltia. Apart from the temples, there are only a few residences, with roadside shops catering to the steady stream of pilgrims. In recent years, refugees from war-torn lands have gathered here, forming camps on part of the mountain. The priests of Kiltia give them aid that they might live here in peace. As Mt. Bur-Omisace is surrounded by jagd, the faithful must cross the Inner Naldoan Sea by boat in their pilgrimage to the holy city."


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