The Semitt Falls is a location from Final Fantasy II. Located east of Fynn, it contains a store of Mythril. In order to reach it, Firion and his allies must defeat a Sergeant of the Palamecian army.

Story[edit | edit source]

One of the floors in Semitt Falls has a stone room where workers from the nearby town of Salamand are kept prisoner by Palamecia. The thief Paul explains their plight and how they, along with Josef's daughter Nelly, were forced to mine Semitt Falls for Mythril. The slaves, including Nelly, are released by Firion and return to Salamand. Firion and his allies venture further within the cave to defeat the Sergeant and retrieve the Mythril.

Later, Josef gets his snowcraft hidden in a room near a blue stone so they can use it to enter the snow cave.

Items[edit | edit source]

Item Location
400 gil B1
200 gil B1
Eye Drops B2
Hi-Potion B2
Potion B2
200 gil B3
200 gil B3
Fire Tome B4
Teleport Tome B5, guarded by Land Turtle
Mythril B5
Snowcraft Hidden room on B1

Enemies[edit | edit source]

Battle background.

Musical themes[edit | edit source]

The background music that plays in Semitt Falls is the Final Fantasy II "Dungeon" theme.

Other appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Tactics[edit | edit source]

The Semitt Falls.

The Semitt Falls is mentioned as one of the wonders. It bears the following description:

A site of significance for the ancient Palamecian Empire. Mythril was mined beneath these majestic falls, while extacium—a fuel used by the airships of the day—could be gleaned from their magickal waters.


Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Semitt Falls.

Semitt Falls appears during the Field Music Sequence background of the "Main Theme of Final Fantasy II".

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

Painting image.

Firion loses his parents in a Palamecian attack on Fynn. Now Firion, his friend Guy, and his sister Maria seek to join the rebellion against the Empire.


Semitt Falls Cavern is unlocked by completing Western Keep in the Final Fantasy I realm. Completion of this dungeon unlocks Snow Cavern in the Final Fantasy II realm.

Classic Rewards
Completion Type Item Quantity
Completion Reward Gil 1,500
Mastery Reward Lesser Black Orb 5
Stamina Shard 2
First Time Completion Mythril 1
Stamina Shard 1
Elite Rewards
Completion Type Item Quantity
Completion Reward Gil 10,000
Mastery Reward Large Adamantite 1
Stamina Shard 1
First Time Completion Mythril 1
Stamina Shard 1

Etymology[edit | edit source]

The Japanese name セミテの滝 (Semite no Taki?) may derive from Yosemite Falls (ヨセミテ滝, Yosemite Taki?).

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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