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Luca is a port at the southern tip of Spira's main continent in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2. Luca houses Spira's only blitzball stadium, and is the home of the Luca Goers, one of the best teams in the league.

It is the second largest city in Spira, after Bevelle. Due to its location, Luca is a thriving economic hub, trading with the islands of Besaid and Kilika, and even the Al Bhed. It brings in visitors from all over Spira for the blitzball tournaments, and enjoys cultural influence thanks to the sport. Luca is connected to Djose Temple via the Mi'ihen and Djose Highroads.

After leaving Luca, the Save Spheres provide access to the Luca blitzball stadium from almost any location in Spira.

Story Edit

Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow. (Skip section)

Final Fantasy X Edit

FFX HD Blitzball Stadium Luca

Luca's Blitz Stadium.

Yuna stops by Luca on her pilgrimage for three reasons: it is the closest mainland port from Kilika; Wakka and the Besaid Aurochs are going to participate in the blitzball tournament; and Tidus, a lost youth who ended up joining her party, may know someone in Luca, being a blitzball player.

After the S.S. Winno docks at the Luca port, the arriving blitzball teams are introduced to the crowds. The local team Luca Goers gets the loudest approval while the commentators berate the Besaid Aurochs as the worst team in the tournament. Tidus nabs himself a megaphone, climbs on a crate and announces the Aurochs will be taking the cup this year, causing an uproar. Tidus is introduced to Grand Maester Mika and the newly ordained Maester, Seymour Guado, who have arrived to watch the tournament. During his speech Seymour notices Yuna within the crowd.

After hearing Auron has been spotted at the city's café, Tidus and Yuna head into the main town in search of him. Kimahri is distracted from his duty as Guardian when he is confronted by two Ronso, Yenke and Biran. In his altercation with them, Yuna is kidnapped by the Al Bhed who demand the Besaid Aurochs forfeit their opening game against the Al Bhed Psyches in exchange for her safe return. Lulu, Tidus and Kimahri cross the docks to rescue Yuna, and are met with Al Bhed machina. After destroying waves of enemies, they reach Dock 4, board an Al Bhed ship, and fight Oblitzerator on the deck. Yuna is rescued and the Besaid Aurochs win the game in the last thirty seconds.

Auron at luca

Auron at the Stadium.

The Aurochs proceed onto the final against the Luca Goers, where Tidus replaces Wakka as he was injured in the last game. In the second half, Tidus leaves the sphere pool and lets Wakka play one last game of blitzball with his team. Fiends invade the stadium and chaos ensues. Wakka and Tidus fight the monsters in the water and Auron appears among the crowd, slaying fiend after fiend. Maester Seymour summons his aeon, Anima, to dispatch the remaining fiends awing the crowd with its power and impressing Yuna.

Tidus is surprised to be reunited with Auron, who asks to be Yuna's guardian, also asking on Tidus's behalf. Yuna is glad to have the two join her on her journey. When the two have a moment together Auron tells Tidus that Sin is Tidus's father, Jecht. Tidus refuses to believe such an apparent impossibility, and soon after, Yuna spots him looking depressed. She tells him she also feels sad at times but during those times forces a smile on her face.

After defeating Sin, Yuna and her remaining guardians return to Luca, where she makes a speech in the stadium announcing the beginning of the Eternal Calm.

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

FFX-2HD real Emotion

Yuna performing in a concert?

There is a concert being held in Luca, seemingly by Yuna, who is revealed to be an impostor who has stolen the real Yuna's Garment Grid to take on her appearance, cash in on Yuna's fame, and ruin her reputation. Rikku and Paine infiltrate the concert to retrieve Yuna's Garment Grid while Yuna hides away in disguise. Keeping a low profile, Yuna promotes 'her' concert and hands out balloons to people until she hears Rikku say the concert is starting via her communicator. After Rikku and Paine crash the concert, the fake Yuna tries to make a getaway.

Yuna the Moogle in Luca

Yuna in a moogle disguise, promoting "her" concert.

In pursuit, the girls lose track of the impostor and are confronted by Logos and Ormi. Relieved to get out of her moogle costume, Yuna joins Rikku and Paine in battle against Logos and Ormi before confronting the fake Yuna, who returns Yuna's Garment Grid and reveals herself to be Leblanc, leader of a rival sphere hunting group, the Leblanc Syndicate. After battling Leblanc, she and her two goons make a hasty retreat while Yuna is overcome by a strange emotion from her Songstress dressphere.

Later Yuna participates in a TV interview with Shelinda, participates in a Sphere Break tournament, and joins a new blitzball team. She also follows a moogle that only she can see that leads her to remember the moments she had with Tidus in Luca two years ago.

After Vegnagun and Shuyin are defeated by the Gullwings and their allies, Spira's three leaders: Nooj, Gippal, and Baralai, announce their intention to dissolve their groups but continue their shared goal for peace in Spira in Luca stadium. Before their speech, they ask Yuna to make an appearance but she declines, deciding it's time for her to return home to Besaid.

Final Fantasy X-2.5 ~Eien no Daishō~ Edit

It's revealed that Luca was originally called Muruka and it was the birthplace of the summoner Ifarnal (Joit).

Spoilers end here.

Locations Edit

FFX Luca

Inside the stadium.

  • Blitzball Stadium
  • Luca Cafe and Bar
  • Luca Streets
  • Luca Theater
  • Luca Harbor - Docks 1 - 5

Shops Edit

O'aka XXIII - Dock 1 Edit

Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Equipment User Cost
Stunning Steel Tidus 3,050 gil
Rulebreaker Wakka 1,550 gil
Thunder Spear Kimahri 1,125 gil
Magic Ring Yuna 1,250 gil
Magic Bangle Lulu 1,250 gil
Red Armlet Kimahri 1,550 gil

Luca Stadium - Main Gate Edit

Before airship*(Items and equipment become available after Auron joins the party.)
Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Equipment User Cost
Warrior's Sword Tidus 150 gil
Enchanted Rod Yuna 150 gil
Power Ball Wakka 150 gil
Magical Mog Lulu 150 gil
Halberd Kimahri 225 gil
Shimmering Blade Auron 225 gil
Metal Shield Tidus 250 gil
Metal Ring Yuna 250 gil
Metal Armguard Wakka 250 gil
Metal Bangle Lulu 250 gil
Metal Armlet Kimahri 250 gil
Metal Bracer Auron 250 gil
After airship
Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Hi-Potion 500 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Soft 50 gil
Power Distiller 100 gil
Mana Distiller 100 gil
Speed Distiller 100 gil
Ability Distiller 100 gil
Equipment User Cost
Nightmare Tidus 12,075 gil
Staff of Thorns Yuna 12,075 gil
Sleeper Wakka 12,075 gil
Dreamy Cait Sith Lulu 12,075 gil
Hypnos Spear Kimahri 12,075 gil
Dozing Blade Auron 12,075 gil
Lights Out Rikku 12,075 gil
Lucid Shield Tidus 6,150 gil
Lucid Ring Yuna 6,150 gil
Lucid Armguard Wakka 6,150 gil
Lucid Bangle Lulu 6,150 gil
Lucid Armlet Kimahri 6,150 gil
Lucid Bracer Auron 6,150 gil
Lucid Targe Rikku 6,150 gil

Luca Square Shop Edit

Before airship
Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Equipment User Cost
Warrior's Sword Tidus 150 gil
Enchanted Rod Yuna 150 gil
Power Ball Wakka 150 gil
Magical Mog Lulu 150 gil
Halberd Kimahri 225 gil
Metal Shield Tidus 250 gil
Metal Ring Yuna 250 gil
Metal Armguard Wakka 250 gil
Metal Bangle Lulu 250 gil
Metal Armlet Kimahri 250 gil
After airship
Item Cost
Potion 50 gil
Hi-Potion 500 gil
Phoenix Down 100 gil
Antidote 50 gil
Eye Drops 50 gil
Echo Screen 50 gil
Soft 50 gil
Power Distiller 100 gil
Mana Distiller 100 gil
Speed Distiller 100 gil
Ability Distiller 100 gil
Equipment User Cost
Razzmatazz Tidus 30,250 gil
Ominous Rod Yuna 30,250 gil
Double Penalty Wakka 30,250 gil
Ominous Cait Sith Lulu 30,250 gil
Calamity Spear Kimahri 30,250 gil
Chaos Blade Auron 30,250 gil
Hurricane Claw Rikku 30,250 gil
White Shield Tidus 13,725 gil
Red Ring Yuna 13,725 gil
Yellow Armguard Wakka 13,725 gil
Blue Bangle Lulu 13,725 gil
White Armlet Kimahri 13,725 gil
Red Bracer Auron 13,725 gil
Yellow Targe Rikku 13,725 gil

Quests Edit

Final Fantasy X Edit

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

Missions Edit

Chapter One Edit

Behind the Scenes Edit
Note: This is not a compulsory mission, thus is not required to complete the game.

Retrace Yuna's steps during her impostor's concert in Luca. The truth is out there. Find it!

Chapter Five Edit

Follow that Moogle Edit
Note: This is not a compulsory mission, thus is not required to complete the game.

There's a floating, fluffy, flying moogle. What more do you need to know? Chase after it!

  • Objective: Catch the moogle?
  • Unlock: Becomes available at the beginning of Chapter Five.
  • Reward: Episode Complete

Items Edit

Final Fantasy X Edit

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 5

Enemies Edit

Final Fantasy X Edit

Note: The random encounters are available after defeating the Workers (Boss) in Dock 4, and leave the screen. They will no longer be available after defeating Oblitzerator.

Dock 2, 3 and 4

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

In Chapter 1:

Sphere Theater Edit

Luca Sphere Theater

The Sphere Theater.

At the Sphere Theater, various spheres are available that, when purchased, can be listened to or viewed at the theater's main hall. Music spheres provide most of the background music in their respective games, including selections not available on soundtrack releases.

Movie spheres allow for reviewing full-motion videos, pre-rendered scenes from their respective games, though subtitles are not available for the theater. Generally, the player must have encountered a given song or video before its sphere is available for purchase.

Final Fantasy X Edit

Music and movie spheres can only be purchased in their listed order. Buying every sphere in the theater in the Final Fantasy X HD Remaster version earns the Theater Enthusiast trophy/achievement.

Music spheres Edit

Music Spheres are 2000 gil each. After purchasing #M01—M68, #M69—M71 are available exclusively as a 40,000 gil "Special Music Sphere Set".

  • M55: Seymour's Ambition
  • M56: Illusion
  • M57: Yuna's Decision
  • M58: Nostalgia
  • M59: Peril
  • M60: Launch
  • M61: Challenge
  • M62: Beyond The Darkness
  • M63: The Void
  • M64: The Truth Revealed
  • M65: Pursuit
  • M66: Gloom
  • M67: Patricide
  • M68: The Temple Players
  • M69: Hum of the Fayth
  • M70: Lulu's Theme
  • M71: Wakka's Theme

Movie spheres Edit

Movie spheres are 5000 gil each. While subtitles are not available, vibration is fully functional. All movies' music starts at their tops, so scenes that began in the middle of a song during gameplay will not begin in that same part of the track in the theater. Additionally, real-time elements will not be rendered in the theater (especially noticeable in "Otherworld").

  • 01: Zanarkand
  • 02: We Called It "Sin"
  • 03: Sinspawn
  • 04: This Is It!
  • 05: Blitzball!
  • 06: A Summoner Is Born
  • 07: Lulu's Contempt
  • 08: Kimahri's Challenge
  • 09: Fear On The Sea
  • 10: Sin Arises
  • 11: Sin's Threat
  • 12: Futile Resistance
  • 13: Failure
  • 14: Kilika Dusk
  • 15: The Dance
  • 16: Luca Harbor
  • 17: Let The Games Begin!
  • 18: The Legend Lives
  • 19: The Dark Aeon
  • 20: No Better Plan
  • 21: Judgment
  • 22: Ex Machina
  • 23: Sin's Wake
  • 24: Reunion
  • 25: Metropolis
  • 26: Otherworld
  • 27: Sin Sleeps
  • 28: Homecoming
  • 29: Dry Dock
  • 30: Nayto Du Ku!
  • 31: Leaving Home
  • 32: The Glory Of Yevon
  • 33: The Red Carpet
  • 34: False Vows
  • 35: Believe
  • 36: The Spring
  • 37: The Summit
  • 38: The Last Chapter
  • 39: Sinrise
  • 40: Departure
  • 41: The Approach
  • 42: Terra Graviton
  • 43: Gravity Sucks
  • 44: Heaven's Fall
  • 45: Vena!
  • 46: Machina Redux
  • 47: Sinfall
  • 48: Evenfall
  • 49: Face Off
  • 50: Breaking Through

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

Music and movie spheres can be purchased out of order (though they are automatically ordered when selecting them for listening/viewing), though some are only available in a New Game Plus.

Music spheres Edit

Music spheres are 1000 gil each. "KUON: The Troupe Performs" can only be purchased after Episode Complete of Guadosalam in New Game Plus.

  • Mission Time!
  • Mission Complete
  • YRP, Fight! No. 1
  • YRP, Fight! No. 2
  • YRP, Fight! No. 3
  • Game Over
  • We're the Gullwings!
  • Anything Goes for Leblanc!
  • "Let me blow you a kiss."
  • Mt. Gagazet
  • Guadosalam
  • The Mi'ihen Highroad
  • The Gullwings March
  • Besaid
  • The Temples
  • Sphere Hunters
  • Macalania Woods
  • Luca
  • The Zanarkand Ruins
  • Kilika
  • The Thunder Plains
  • The Calm Lands
  • The Youth League
  • New Yevon
  • The Machine Faction
  • Mushroom Rock Road
  • The Bikanel Desert
  • Yuna's Theme
  • Rikku's Theme
  • Paine's Theme
  • "Remember that name well, loves."
  • Trois Souris au Chateau Leblanc
  • The Bevelle Underground
  • Bevelle's Secrets
  • Disquiet
  • Aeons
  • Discord
  • Turmoil
  • Chocobo
  • "Joost leave it tae us!" No. 1
  • Your Friendly Neighborhood Gullwings
  • Labyrinth
  • Shleep Tight
  • Shuyin's Theme
  • The Farplane Abyss

Movie spheres Edit

Movie spheres are 2000 gil each.

  • real Emotion
  • The Gullwings Swoop into Action!
  • Side Effects
  • Yuna's Dream
  • The Colossus
  • In the Farplane Glen
  • 1000 Words
  • Vegnagun
  • Reunion
  • "See you next time, kiddies!"
  • Nightmare in the Den

Musical themes Edit

The predominant musical theme in Luca is called "Luca". "Grand Maester Mika" plays when Maester Mika appears in Luca. "Decision On The Dock" is played when the party is pursuing the Al Bhed. "The Splendid Performance" is played just before the blitzball final.

The theme from Final Fantasy IX known as "Queen Brahne Appears - The Play Begins" can be heard in the FMV when the player first arrives in Luca, as the camera pans down one of the streets. Just before this, "Rufus' Welcoming Ceremony" from Final Fantasy VII can be heard.

In Final Fantasy X-2, Luca has a different theme, though it is still called "Luca".

Other appearances Edit

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call Edit

Luca Concert

Luca Concert.

The Luca concert stage appears as a battle background in a Battle Music Sequence.

Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade Edit

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper Edit


The Besaid Aurochs have arrived in Luca for a blitzball tournament. As they wait for their match to begin, Yuna is kidnapped by the Al Bhed.

Gallery Edit

Final Fantasy X artworks
Final Fantasy X screenshots
Final Fantasy X-2 artworks
Final Fantasy X-2 screenshots

Etymology Edit

Luca is a unisex name of Italian origin that means "bringer of light".

Trivia Edit

Final Fantasy X Edit

  • Numerous areas of Luca have of words in Spiran script written on the backgrounds. The blitzball stadium has logos that spell "NK Travels" and "BBC" (possible in-game blitzball sponsor and TV network), the Luca theater has signs that spell "Gilventure" (it may have been initially intended to be an auction house, as the flags on either side of the causeway leading towards the sphere theater say "auction hall"), and the bar where Auron is thought to be has a menu with a list of items in Spiran script, including whiskey, beer, wine, cocktail and nuts.
    • When in Luca the first time Yuna tells Tidus she heard Auron is in a cafe and they set out to look for him. There is a location in Luca Square labelled "Cafe" in Spiran script, however the player can only enter the establishment with the sign that reads "Bar". Tidus and Yuna didn't find Auron because they looked in the wrong place.
  • Approaching dock number 4, a dolphin can be seen swimming in the sea.
  • In the blitzball final against the Luca Goers, Tidus is usually switched out for Wakka at the 3 minute mark in the second half, however, if one allows the Luca Goers to score a goal and the player subsequently scores a further two goals (both in second half) before this point, Tidus will encourage the crowd to cheer and the commentator will be amazed at the Aurochs' comeback. Whatever time is left at this point is ignored and the scene where the crowd cheer for Wakka will play.
  • Seymour brings two Guado bodyguards and before the tournament they are with Mika’s entourage next to the ship from Bevelle. The bodyguards disappear from their post during the tournament, and don't return. Later it is shown Guado can summon fiends out of pyreflies. Luca Stadium is swarmed by fiends during the tournament, and it is implied it was orchestrated by Seymour to show his power as a summoner and garner goodwill by saving the people at the stadium. When Seymour is seen again at the north end of Mi'ihen Highroad, his bodyguards are with him.

Final Fantasy X-2 Edit

  • Though the dialogue prompt reads "sphere theater", the location name in the main menu is given as "Theatre".
  • Blitzball Stadium serves as the final scene location for both Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2.
  • Despite the fall of Yevon, the banners around the Luca dock still sport the symbol of Yu Yevon.
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