Lesalia is the center of the kingdom of Ivalice in Final Fantasy Tactics. It has been the seat of the Atkascha royal family, and have ruled from this region even during the Fifty Years' War and the War of the Lions. The signs of wealth and luxury persisted even as Ivalice faced war after war.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Royal City of Lesalia[edit | edit source]

High seat of the Crown. At its heart towers the luxurious keep that houses Ivalice's royal family.

Mining Town of Gollund[edit | edit source]

Rich in mineral resources, the Felmarian Highlands, where this town lies, is also battered by year-round snowstorms.

Free City of Bervenia[edit | edit source]

Famous as the birthplace of Saint Ajora, this city is under direct authority of the Church of Glabados.

Orbonne Monastery[edit | edit source]

A monastery built more than twelve centuries ago and said to house an extensive basement library.

Fort Besselat[edit | edit source]

A natural fortress surrounded on three sides by sheer cliffs. Served as a first line of defense during the Fifty Years' War.

Zeklaus Desert[edit | edit source]

Scorching in the daytime and freezing at night, it is no mystery why so few travel through this desert.

Mount Bervenia[edit | edit source]

The largest active volcano in Ivalice. Molten lava flows down its surface, while ash and smoke darken the sky.

Araguay Woods[edit | edit source]

A sprawling forest covering the southern Lesalia region and inhabited by a variety of rare fauna.

Grogh Heights[edit | edit source]

The largest farm belt in the Lesalia region. Most of the crops harvested here are destined for the capital city.

Zeirchele Falls[edit | edit source]

Few can help but be enchanted by the sight of Zeirchele Falls cascading down the stair-like Algost Mountains.

Dugeura Pass[edit | edit source]

Nearly 2,000 dohms in height, Mount Landria was once used by monks as a holy place of fasting and atonement.

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy XIV[edit | edit source]

The ruins of Lesalia are located far beneath Rabanastre, capital of Dalmasca, in the depths of the Garamsythe Waterway. It and Ivalice were thought to be only a myth until the ruins were uncovered after the Garlean Empire destroyed Rabanastre in a show of force.

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