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The Tower of Owen on the World Map

The Tower of Owen (オーエンの塔 Ōen no Tō) is a location in Final Fantasy III that lies to the east of Gulgan Gulch and north of Castle Argus. It is the tower that supports the entire Floating Continent's levitation, and was build by Owen, an Ancient. The party is urged to visit the tower by the Gulgans and must be in Toad status in order to advance past the first room.



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After visiting the Gulgan Gulch, the Light Warriors head to the Tower of Owen to the northeast. There they are forced to transform into toads to enter its depths. As they climb the tower, they are targeted by mysterious threats and mocked of. However Desch helps the Warriors by activating passages in the tower, which amazes even himself. At the top, the Warriors meet the evil Medusa and defeat her. However, the Tower is at risk of being destroyed, but fortunately, Desch regains his memories and remembers he is the guardian of the tower. He immediately jumps into the furnace, saving the tower, and letting the Warriors to complete their mission.


Item Location
Echo Herbs Second Floor
Spark Dagger Fourth Floor
Echo Herbs Fifth Floor
Bomb Fragment Seventh Floor
Echo Herbs Seventh Floor
Sonic&Knuckles Eight Floor
Salamand Sword Ninth Floor
Flame Mail Ninth Floor
Zeus' Wrath Ninth Floor


Battle Background

File:FFIII Tower Background.PNG


Tower of Owen has its own eponymous theme as a background music.


  • In the Library at Saronia, several books contain the journal of Owen, the builder of the tower. The final book reveals that Desch is the son of Owen.
  • The geography of the area where the Tower of Owen is similar to the one of the Walse Tower from Final Fantasy V.

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


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