Edo in Edo World.

Edo is a location in Final Fantasy Legend II. Some citizens are addicted to bananas, and claims that they don't know why bananas are illegal in this world.

Story[edit | edit source]

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The party attempts to cross the bridge, but a group of Hatamotos stands before the party and initiate a battle against them. After their defeat, the Hatamotos tells the party that they are going to fight them seriously this time. Hana, the town's detective arrives at the scene and tells the Hatamotos that they are impolite towards strangers. They tell the party that they'll let them go this time before leaving with Hana.

After taking to Hana in Hana's Town, the party heads to Echigoya's shop to speak with the clerk. The main character demands to know when the next shipment will come and threatens him. The clerk caves into the main character's demands and says that the next just came in, located in the Harbor to the south.

The party later return for another visit to Echigoya's shop, but the clerk is nowhere to be found. The party safely explore the back of the shop and heads downstairs. At the end of the hallway, there's a closed door and the party listen in to the conversation. Echigoya and the Sho-gun are having a private meeting. Echigoya tells him that the bananas are quite safe while the Sho-gun tells him that he's working so hard on keeping the police quiet. Echigoya tells him he knows about it, and brought a few extra GP just for him. Sho-gun mentions that it cost a lot of money to gather MAGI, and mentions that he should squeeze more money out of the townsmen. Both of them have a pleasant laugh.

The main character rushes inside the room calling them scum, the Sho-gun makes his escape as Echigoya and nine Hatamotos attacks the party. After being defeated, Echigoya blames the Sho-gun for forcing him to do it and claims he doesn't know anything. The party return to Hana's house after this.

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Shops[edit | edit source]

Echigoya[edit | edit source]

Name Cost
FFLII Book Icon.pngFlare 50,000 GP
FFLII Sword Icon.pngDragon 36,000 GP
FFLII Cannon Icon.pngTank 36,000 GP
FFLII Cannon Icon.pngMissile 36,000 GP
FFLII Gun Icon.pngLaser 36,000 GP
Jyudo 36,000 GP
FFLII Helmet Icon.pngDragon 36,000 GP
Tent 10,000 GP

Items[edit | edit source]

Name Cost
FFLII Armor Icon.pngKimono 4,800 GP
FFLII Shield Icon.pngSamurai 26,000 GP
FFLII Shield Icon.pngDragon 36,000 GP
FFLII Armor Icon.pngBattle 39,000 GP
FFLII Potion Icon.pngCurse 300 GP
FFLII Potion Icon.pngX-Cure 300 GP
FFLII Potion Icon.pngEye Drop 200 GP
FFLII Potion Icon.pngSoft 1,000 GP

Weapons[edit | edit source]

Name Cost
FFLII Sword Icon.pngIce 17,000 GP
FFLII Staff Icon.pngMage 17,000 GP
FFLII Cannon Icon.pngVulcan 26,000 GP
FFLII Dagger Icon.pngCatClaw 26,000 GP
FFLII Sword Icon.pngCoral 26,000 GP
FFLII Axe Icon.pngOgre 26,000 GP
FFLII Gun Icon.pngLaser 36,000 GP
Jyudo 36,000 GP

Enemies[edit | edit source]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

Edo, also romanized as Yedo or Yeddo, is the former name of the Japanese capital Tokyo. It was the seat of power for the Tokugawa shogunate, which ruled Japan from 1603 to 1868.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The bananas being smuggled into Edo was originally opium. Further proof that Nintendo's censorship can produce some strange results. The translators apparently intended for this to be ridiculous, since one citizen in Edo actually wonders why bananas would be illegal.
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