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Goldor

Goldor is a minor antagonist in Final Fantasy III. He owns a giant, gold-encrusted manor to the south of Amur.

Story[]

Goldor and his beloved crystal.

Goldor lives in his manor, where everything is pure gold. Within it is a crystal, of which Goldor is very protective. When the four Warriors of the Light appeared on the Surface World after cleansing the Water Crystal, Goldor was afraid the Warriors might take his crystal away, and so chained their ship with a giant gold chain.

The Warriors of the Light then traveled to Goldor Manor, but not before acquiring the Levigrass Shoes used to cross the deadly bottomless bog in front of the golden estate. Inside the labyrinthine mansion, they confronted many gold monsters until they came face to face with Goldor. After defeating Goldor, he destroys the crystal and vanishes. However, he drops the key that would be used to unshackle the party's ship.

It turns out that Goldor's crystal, his most valued possession, is made of gold like everything else and is not the crystal of Earth as the Warriors of the Light suspect.

Gameplay[]

Goldor is fought at the end of his mansion.

Other appearances[]

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Etymology[]

Goldor is a portmanteau of "gold" and the French word or, which also means "gold". Gold is a chemical element with the symbol Au and atomic number 79. It is a dense, soft, malleable and ductile metal with a bright yellow color and luster, the properties of which remain without tarnishing when exposed to air or water.

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