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Girl Who Forget Her Name

The Girl's Tearoom is a location in World of Final Fantasy. It resides within a pocket dimension that is home to the Girl Who Forgot Her Name. It is accessed by entering a mysterious white door in Plaza 99 in Nine Wood Hills that appears as early as the beginning of Chapter 5, "The Champion Who Saved Grymoire".

Story[]

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Intervention Quests[]

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EX Dungeons[]

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Musical Themes[]

Prismelody: Vestiges of Time
Music

"Prismelody: Vestiges of Time" is the background theme for the Girl's Tearoom. It is an arrangement of "The Remains of Time" from the game, Sigma Harmonics. Three versions of this track play, with instruments added as the story progresses: the first version has only the sound of a clock pendulum swinging, the second version adds violins and replaces the first version in Chapter 21; the completed track plays at the Postscript.

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Trivia[]

  • According to Tama from a quote in Nine Wood Hills, something prevents her from entering the Girl's Tearoom from the door.[1]

Refrences[]

  1. Tama: I don't think I'm the-allowed behind that door. Something keeps me the-out.