Several coastal citizens have reported sightings of a suspicious soldier wandering ariund the beach in the dead of night. Others have allegedly discovered chests washed upon the shore, so it is not unreasonable to assume the soldier may have been guarding said treasure.Dominion Tribune in Corsi
Innsmouth Coast (インスマ海岸, Insuma Kaigan?) is a location in the Innsmouth Region of Orience in Final Fantasy Type-0. It becomes available in chapter 5. It is just south of Toguagh across the shoals, and the cadets need a chocobo to get there. While riding a chocobo, the cadets can cross the shallow water to the sand banks. The area is but a battlefield and as soon as the cadets enter, they must take on the foe. Sometimes there are treasure chests in the area accompanying the enemies. Once the cadets enter, they must fell the enemy to leave.
Quests[edit | edit source]
Buzzkill on the Beach[edit | edit source]
A big festival is precisely the light we need to brighten up these dark times. Please, head to the Innsmouth Coast and get rid of that soldier!Issei
Items[edit | edit source]
(droprate refers to chest loot)
The spawnrate of the chest is not 100%
Consumables[edit | edit source]
Accessories[edit | edit source]
Greens[edit | edit source]
Key Items[edit | edit source]
Enemies[edit | edit source]
Enemy Level: 51
Behind the scenes[edit | edit source]
Being an alleged location where a Concordian soldier is said to safeguard treasure is likely inspired by real life tales of Imperial Japanese stragglers and holdouts hidden in Southeast Asia, the most famous of them being Hiroo Onoda and Teruo Nakamura, and to the urban legend of Yamashita's Gold, an alleged cache of war loot and stolen precious articles under General Tomoyuki Yamashita.
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Etymology[edit | edit source]
Innsmouth, Massachusetts (/ˈɪnzməθ/) is a fictional town created by American author H. P. Lovecraft as a setting for one of his horror stories, and referenced subsequently in other of his works and of those other authors who wrote stories carrying forward the Lovecraftian tradition.