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The Sealed Cave in the DS remake.
The Sealed Cave
"The gates here are their own keepers."

The Sealed Cave (ふういんのどうくつ, Fuuin no doukutsu), also known as Sealed Cavern, is a location in the games Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy IV: The After Years. It is located in the Underworld, and it is the location of one of the Dark Crystals. Its name comes from the fact that its gate is sealed, and only a necklace held by Luca, the princess of Dwarves, can open it. Its passages are often bewitched to reveal Trap Doors whenever an intruder attempts to open a door. A wall attempts to trap intruders who have retrieved the Crystal inside the cave.




Final Fantasy IV

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Cecil, Kain, Rydia, Rosa, and Edge arrive at the cave with the necklace and open the door. After they obtain the Crystal they are ambushed by the Demon Wall as they exit the cave, who proves to be a small challenge to the party. Golbez is able to reach out with his mind and bewitch Kain into stealing the Crystal and bringing it to him.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Rydia, with the help of Luca and her dolls, Calca and Brina, go to the Sealed Cave in order to retrieve the Dark Crystal to protect it from the Mysterious Maiden.


Final Fantasy IV

The Sealed Cave on the overworld in the DS remake.
The Sealed Cavern on the World Map

Enemy formations

Final Fantasy IV

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years







The background music that plays inside the Sealed Cave is Final Fantasy IV's "Dungeon" theme.


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