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Gangos is a region on the southeastern shores of Ilsabard in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers. It is the hidden encampment of the Bozjan Resistance located on a tropical beach.

Story[]

Gangos is an encampment of the Bozjan Resistance and is hidden from the Garlean Empire by glamours to conceal their location. The area is where the resistance will revive Gunnhildr's Blades.

Locations[]

Gangos can only be entered from the Doman Enclave via airship or through the aethernet.

Weather[]

Gangos' climate may exhibit any of the following weather conditions:

Weather Frequency
Fair Skies Fair Skies 100%

Activities[]

Duties[]

The Bozjan Southern Front.

The Bozjan Southern Front The Bozjan Southern Front
Adventuring Foray
Level 71
Gangos (x5 y5).

When the Empire first invaded Bozja, Alermuc Fortress was erected in southern Bozja, the location chosen for its natural defenses. Alas, the seemingly impregnable stronghold fell, and has since been known under the Garlean name Castrum Lacus Litore. Emboldened by the rebirth of Gunnhildr's Blades, the Bozjan Resistance has begun Operation Eagle's Nest in a bid to regain this most necessary foothold in the southern front.

Resistance Weapons[]

Players can acquire special Resistance Weapons, the Shadowbringers equivalent of Relic Weapons in earlier Final Fantasy XIV expansions, as part of the "Save the Queen - The Blades of Gunnhildr" questline. These can then be upgraded using Memories of the Dying by fighting in the Bozjan Southern Front or in special FATEs around Eorzea, but considerable time investment is required.

Triple Triad[]

Name Image Location Time Match Rule(s) Owned Cards Reward(s) Match Fee
Arsieu ? (5.8, 6.5) Always Ascension, Plus Adrammelech
Argath Thadalfus
Armored Weapon
Dawon
Rofocale
Ultima, the High Seraph
Yiazmat
Adrammelech
Dawon

? MGP
35

Musical themes[]

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