Entrance to the Sealed Cave in Final Fantasy IV in the PSP release.

The Sealed Cave (封印の洞窟, Fūin no Dōkutsu?) is a recurring location concept in Final Fantasy series. As the name implies, it is usually a cave sealed by a means of an item or items.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy III[edit | edit source]

Sealed Cave in Final Fantasy III in the PC release.

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Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

The Sealed Cave is located in the Underworld and can only be opened with Luca's pendant.

Final Fantasy VII[edit | edit source]

This game's Sealed Cave is the Cave of the Gi, which is officially referred to as "Sealed Cave" in the menu in the area of descent. The cave is sealed behind the Gate of Naught in Cosmo Canyon and only Bugenhagen can open it. It is visited once in the game as part of the storyline.

Final Fantasy X-2[edit | edit source]

Entrance to the Den of Woe.

The Den of Woe, known in the Japanese release as Mushroom Rock Road: Sealed Cave, is an optional cave located within the Mushroom Rock Ravine. It is sealed with ten Crimson Spheres.

Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

Sealed door.

Various caves and ruins in Lucis have sealed doors in their depths that denote the locations of post-game bonus dungeons. In Chapter 15, the player can get the key to open them from Ezma Auburnbrie.

Final Fantasy Adventure[edit | edit source]

Entrance to the Sealed Cave in Final Fantasy Adventure.

The Sealed Cave is found in the Palmy Desert sands where the ultimate magic of Nuke is located. It was sealed by Lich and Sumo comes here in search of it.

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