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The Tam-Tara Deepcroft is a Dungeon Dungeon in Final Fantasy XIV. A Gelmorran necropolis for the ruling houses and nobles of that lost civilization, it has been overrun by the Lambs of Dalamud.

A hard mode of Tam-Tara was released in patch 2.3, Defenders of Eorzea.

Story[]

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Tam-Tara Deepcroft in the opening cutscene.

Since its establishment during Gelmorran times, this subterranean crypt has been used for generations as a final resting place for the remains of rulers and nobles. Since the Calamity, however, the tunnels have become overrun with the Lambs of Dalamud─a deadly cult who worships the now-fallen satellite as their savior. It is in the Deepcroft that these twisted souls silently plot revenge against those who fought to prevent the advent of Dalamud, summoning any dark presence who will aid them to this end...no matter what the cost.

Duty description

The Tam-Tara Deepcroft is a necropolis within where prominent figures in the Gelmorran civilization are buried. While the First Ring has become a haven for beasts, the lower Second Ring serves to hold the noble houses of Inik and Mena under the protection of their undead guardians. The Tam-Tara Deepcroft is also the resting place of King Galvanth the Dominator.

During the Seventh Umbral Era, the Deepcroft was overrun by the Lambs of Dalamud, an apocalyptic cult that worships the fallen moon, unaware of Dalamud's true purpose. Seeking revenge on those it holds responsible for the moon's destruction, the cult routinely bargains with any voidsent that will listen in exchange for power. To this end, they summoned a powerful mindflayer, using the body of King Galvanth as a host. However, the ritual is disrupted by adventurers, and the corrupted Galvanth deposed.

Spoilers end here.

Locations[]

The boss room in the Tam-Tara Deepcroft.

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Items[]

Throughout the dungeon, the player may encounter the following optional chests:

Enemies[]

Greenwood Altar
Unnamed pathway
  • (6, 6) Ak-Inik Varlet x2
  • (7, 6) Fleshfly Swarm x2
  • (8, 6) Carrion Beetle, Fleshfly Swarm, (Ak-Inik Varlet*(Patrol #1))
  • (8, 6) Carrion Beetle x2, (Ak-Inik Varlet*(Patrol #1))
Unnamed side room
  • (9, 6) Croftlight x2
The Ak-Inik Tomb
  • (9, 6) Ak-Inik Varlet x2, (Ak-Inik Varlet*(Patrol #2))
Greenwood Altar
Hardwood Altar
Unnamed pathway
  • (7, 8) Deepcroft Miteling x2, (Ak-Mena Groundsman*(Patrol# 3))
  • (8, 8) Carrion Beetle x2, Fleshfly Swarm, (Ak-Mena Groundsman*(Patrol# 3)), (Ak-Mena Varlet*(Patrol #4))
Tomb of King Galvanth the Dominator
  • (9, 7) Croftlight, Deepcroft Miteling
Interring Chamber
  • (8, 9) Deepcroft Miteling x3
Hardwood Altar
  • (7, 8) Dalamud Priest, Gravedigger x3, Void Soulcounter (boss)
Wormwood Altar
Unnamed pathway
  • (7, 8) Yarzon Feeder x2
  • (7, 9) Fleshfly Swarm x2, (Ak-Mena Groundsman*(Patrol #5))
  • (7, 9) Yarzon Feeder x2, (Ak-Mena Groundsman*(Patrol #5))
  • (5, 9) Ak-Mena Groundsman, Ak-Mena Varlet, (Ak-Mena Varlet*(Patrol #6))
Unnamed side room
  • (4, 9) Croftlight x2
Unnamed pathway
  • (5, 9) Yarzon Feeder x2, (Ak-Mena Varlet*(Patrol #6))
  • (5, 8) Ak-Mena Groundsman, Ak-Mena Varlet, (Ak-Mena Varlet*(Patrol #7))
The Ak-Mena Tomb
  • (4, 7) Ak-Inik Varlet, Ak-Mena Groundsman, Ak-Mena Varlet x2
Wormwood Altar
  • (5, 8) Octavel the Unforgiving, Gravedigger x4, Void Soulcounter (boss)
Eternal Calm

Musical themes[]

"Slumber Disturbed"
Music

"Slumber Disturbed" plays upon entering the Tam-Tara Deepcroft. "The Promise of Plunder" subsequently plays while in combat with regular enemies.

"A Fine Death" plays while fighting the Dalamud priests and their minions; "Nemesis" plays during the battle with Galvanth the Dominator.

Other appearances[]

Final Fantasy Record Keeper[]

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Behind the scenes[]

The dungeon is a homage to the Marsh Cave, the second dungeon of Final Fantasy. Galvanth the Dominator is based on Piscodemons, that dungeon's boss.

The room Eternal Calm is named after the same term from Final Fantasy X.

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