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A typical battle in Mount Bervenia.

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


Mount Bervenia, also known as Bervenia Volcano (ベルベニア活火山, Berubenia-katsukazan?) is a location from Final Fantasy Tactics. It is the largest active volcano in Ivalice and located southeast of Riovanes Castle, but it holds no storyline battles.

The party can find Cloud's Materia Blade atop the mountain after the Final Fantasy VII hero joins the party as a secret character. The blade is located atop the tall pillar and the player must ensure the Treasure Hunter ability (also known as Move-Find Item) is set and that the character searching for it has sufficient jumping height to reach the top.

Mount Bervenia is the only location that has lava terrain tiles.

Battle information[]

Mount Bervenia[]

Random Battle at Mount Bervenia
Front view:
Bervenia Volcano 1.png
Back view:
Bervenia Volcano 3.png
Side view:
Bervenia Volcano 2.png
Back side view:
Bervenia Volcano 4.png
Overhead grid:
Bervenia Volcano OH.png
Possible enemies Terrain Basalt, Lava
Geomancy Tremor, Magma Surge
Hidden items
  1. Mount Bervenia has a treasure located on a lava tile. This treasure is unobtainable because a character can only stand on that tile by having either the Lava Walking or the Levitate movement ability equipped. It is impossible for such a character to also have the Treasure Hunter movement ability, as no human job has any of the three movement skills as an innate. While there are other ways to obtain Float status, they can be removed in-battle, and therefore will not allow a unit to stop on the tile. Thus, even a unit with Feather Boots or a target of the Float spell can't get the treasure.

Other media[]

In Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings, a volcano named Roda Volcano is located in the Bervenia region and may be a past version of Mount Bervenia.