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Gysahl, also known as Gisahl, is a village at the edge of the Floating Continent in Final Fantasy III. It is known for raising chocobos and has the same name as the famous Gysahl Greens that attract these useful beasts. This town also specializes in making Magic Keys. A Revification spring can be found.

A secret room exists beyond the rightmost wall in the first room of the inn. In the Famicom release, a girl could be found here who encouraged players to write a letter to Square and provided a mailing address. In the 3D release this was removed and the girl was replaced with an old man. Talking to him brings up a Bestiary that includes an Achievements record in the 3D versions only.


Item Shop[]

Name Cost
Famicom Remake
Gysahl Greens 150 gil

Item Shop (Magic Key)[]

Name Cost
Famicom Remake
Magic Key 100 gil

Magic Shop[]

Name Cost
Famicom Remake
Toad 700 gil 1,000 gil
Mini 700 gil 1,000 gil
Break 3,000 gil
Blizzaga 3,000 gil N/A
Shade 3,000 gil
Libra 3,000 gil
Confuse 3,000 gil
Silence 3,000 gil


Item Location
Shuriken Key Shop
Gysahl Greens x2 In a pot in the chocobo stable
Magic Key Outside village, at southeastern outspurt by river
Gysahl Greens

Outside village, at southeastern outspurt by river


Note: Enemies are only encountered outside of the town.

Musical themes[]

The background music that plays in Gysahl is called "Gysahl Greens".

Other appearances[]

Final Fantasy XIV[]

One of the original servers was named Gysahl. It was merged with the Wutai server into the Masamune server.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[]

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