The Nazan Mines area.

This magicite mine has lain dormant for long years. Only creatures of the dark now crawl its passages.

Description

The Nazan Mines are a location from Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. They are located on Ordalia in the northeastern most area of Jylland. The Nazan Mines consist mainly of an underground network of caves that contain precious minerals and gems. They are mostly abandoned, but the occasional moogle party from Goug will explore the Mines in search of ancient artifacts and magicite.

Luso Clemens and his clan come here in order to vanquish the Oversoul that has been haunting the dreams of him and other residents of Jylland.

Locations[edit | edit source]

Gorday Mine[edit | edit source]

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This magicite mine has been closed for decades. Scores of men once labored to excavate the precious stones.

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Gorday Citadel[edit | edit source]

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Built to protect the miners from the beasts of the wild, this fortress was no longer needed when the mines were closed.

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Nazan Mines[edit | edit source]

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This mine once yielded all manner of magicite, but was abandoned when the Gorday vein was struck.

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Random encounter[edit | edit source]

"Spirits of Nazan"

The spirits of those who died in the mines. They cling stubbornly to their former lives.

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Forbidden: Back Attack

The Skystone Lode[edit | edit source]

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This shaft yielded vast quantities of skystone, much of which found its way to Goug.

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The Spellstone Lode[edit | edit source]

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This shaft yielded spellstone of all varieties. Though closed for many years, the mine still sees occasional visits from Akademy scholars.

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Highroads[edit | edit source]

Tramdine Trail[edit | edit source]

This trail leads west to Tramdine Fens. Smugglers once used it to traffic magicite from the mines.

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Aisenfield Highroad[edit | edit source]

Laid in the days of the great magicite rush, this road leads southwest to Aisenfield.

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