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The Coliseum is a location from Final Fantasy II. It is situated at the base of the mountains where Palamecia is located.


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Firion meets the Emperor at the Colosseum.

After the destruction of the Dreadnought, the Emperor has Princess Hilda held here, and offers her to the winner of a competition. It is later implied that he made this announcement to draw out the Wild Rose Rebellion to have them captured. When Firion arrives, the Emperor unleashes a Behemoth upon him, but Firion defeats the creature. As Firion approaches the Emperor to claim his prize, the Emperor reveals he has recognized him and disappears as the Dark Knight and several guards show up and arrest Firion.

Firion and his allies are thrown in a cell, but are broken out in a rescue attempt by Paul. They find Princess Hilda's cell and save her as well before escaping.

Spoilers end here.


Item Location
Antidote B2, guarded
Elixir B2
Ether B2
Cottage B2





Behemoth's battle background.


The Coliseum's battle background.


Other appearances

Final Fantasy Record Keeper

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Musical themes

The background music that plays inside the Coliseum is the "Imperial Army Theme."



A colosseum or coliseum is a large stadium or theater, used for entertainments, sports, etc. The term is from Medieval Latin, from Colosseum, from neuter of colosseus ("gigantic"), from Ancient Greek κολοσσιαῖος (kolossiaîos), from κολοσσός (kolossós, "giant statue").

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