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The World of Darkness, in the Nintendo DS remake.
The party enters the World of Darkness via Crystal Tower.

The World of Darkness, also known as the Dark World, is the Final Dungeon in Final Fantasy III where the party fights the Cloud of Darkness and several other enemies. It is a point of no return.

The layout of the dungeon mostly consists of paths made out of dark energy, surrounded by a black void.

To defeat the Cloud of Darkness, the party must first find the Warriors of the Dark to weaken the Final Boss. To find each of them, they must first battle the bosses: Echidna, Ahriman, Cerberus and Two Headed Dragon.

Contents

Treasure

Item Location
Ribbon Cerberus's area. Guarded by Xande's Clone
Ribbon Echidna's area. Guarded by Xande's Clone
Ribbon Ahriman's area. Guarded by Xande's Clone
Ribbon Two Headed Dragon's area. Guarded by Xande's Clone

Enemy formations

Battle Background

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Open Area

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Crystal Rooms

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Music

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Dark Crystal from the DS version of Final Fantasy III
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The background theme that plays in the World of Darkness is called "Dark Crystal". An arrangement of this track was included in the "Dark Cloud" track from the album Final Fantasy III: Eternal Legend of the Wind.

Other Appearances

Final Fantasy IV

The term "Dark World" is used to refer to the afterlife in the SNES version of the game.

Dissidia Final Fantasy

The World of Darkness in Dissidia.

The World of Darkness is the representative arena of Final Fantasy III in Dissidia. Here, the Onion Knight fights the Cloud of Darkness to save Terra Branford. It is also the site of the first cut-scene for Cloud, Cecil, and Squall Leonhart|'s storylines, and is where Tidus and Firion split up. In Firion's storyline, he fights Ultimecia directly afterwards.

The World of Darkness consists of a polygonal dark crystalline area with tall pillars and tendrils of dark energy circling the arena. A staircase descends from nothingness at one end of the arena. Its alternate form periodically shifts from its default form to two other areas of the Dark World - a small dark area enclosed by a low ceiling with large pillars or a wide-open area with crystal platforms floating in the air.

Trivia

  • Developers planned to add a Save Point in the Dark World entrance while developing the NES version, but ignored that idea, as they thought it would make the final dungeon too simple. It is kept this way for the DS remake.



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

Yugioh

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Yu-Gi-Oh!

The World of Darkness is a realm where humans are tortured by constantly being forced to live visions of their dreams being crushed until they give up on their individuality, and whoever is sent there is erased from the memory of others. It resembles the Shadow Realm, but isn't the same thing.

Students trapped inside the World of Darkness

During the fourth season of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, Trueman and Nightshroud pull several people, including Sartorius, Sarina, Axel Brodie, Tyranno Hassleberry, Taigo Sorano the many residents of Domino City, all the students at Duel Academy (save Jaden Yuki), and eventually the whole world, into the World of Darkness. Jaden, however, is able to get all of the victims to focus on holds their dearest memories, allowing them to escape.

See also

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This article uses material from the "World of Darkness" article on the Yugioh wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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