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The Mythril Mines are a location in Bravely Default and Bravely Second: End Layer, located in the Eisenberg Region.

The Mythril Mines are the main source of mythril for the region, used to smelt weapons and armor. A secret passage deep in the caves connects the mines to the Underflow, an underground path to the Temple of Fire.

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The word "mythril" or "mithril" is a metal found in many fantasy worlds. It was originally introduced by the fantasy writings of J. R. R. Tolkien, being present in his Middle-earth. It resembles silver but is stronger than steel, and much lighter in weight than either. The author first wrote of it in The Lord of the Rings, and it is retrospectively mentioned in the third, revised edition of The Hobbit in 1966. In the first 1937 edition, the mail shirt given to Bilbo is described as being made of "silvered steel". The name mithril comes from two words in Sindarin—mith, meaning "grey" or "mist", and ril meaning "glitter".

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