Upper La Noscea.

Upper La Noscea is a location in Final Fantasy XIV.

Story[edit | edit source]

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Locations[edit | edit source]

Upper La Noscea is located on the foothills of O'Ghamoro. The zone is divided in the middle by Bronze Lake, with ferry services connecting between the two shorelines.

This zone connects to Western La Noscea in the south on the west end, to Eastern La Noscea in the eastern edge, and to Outer La Noscea in the north (both sides).

Aetherytes[edit | edit source]

Camp Bronze Lake.

The only Aetheryte is at Camp Bronze Lake. This resort is famous for its hot springs. Many veterans of the Battle of Carteneau still convalesce in its waters.

Areas[edit | edit source]

Upper La Noscea contains the following areas:

  • Oakwood – The forest along the west side of the lake.
  • Bronze Lake – The western shoreline, still partially flooded since the Calamity.
  • Zelma's Run – A hilly path leading to Outer La Noscea.

Weather[edit | edit source]

Upper La Noscea's climate may exhibit any of the following weather conditions:

  • Clear Skies
  • Sunshine
  • Fog
  • Overcast
  • Rain
  • Thunder

Places of interest[edit | edit source]

Poor Maid's Mill[edit | edit source]

A run down mill in the Oakwood region of Upper La Noscea. Now run by a group of former pirates, the Salthounds, led by Rabid Ratata, after the Calamity destroyed their ship.

Memeroon's Trading Post[edit | edit source]

A trading camp set up by a Qiqirn named Memeroon, along the western shore of Bronze Lake. His estranged brother, Jijiroon, runs a similar trading post on the opposite shore.

Thalaos[edit | edit source]

The fossilized remains of an ancient serpent, situated upon a bluff overlooking Oakwood. Though unconfirmed, rumors suggest it is one of the legendary sea serpents said to have been released by Llymlaen at the dawn of time.

Jijiroon's Trading Post[edit | edit source]

A trading camp set up by a Qiqirn named Jijiroon, along the eastern shore of Bronze Lake. His estranged brother, Memeroon, runs a similar trading post on the opposite shore.

The Wanderer's Palace[edit | edit source]

A structure of Nymian creation, uncovered when Bronze Lake drained during the Calamity. It is named for Oschon, thought to be patron of the old civilization.

Quests[edit | edit source]

FATEs[edit | edit source]

Guildhests[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

Enemies[edit | edit source]

  • Bumble Beetle
  • Wild Wolf
  • Stoneshell
  • Yarzon
  • Coeurl Pup
  • Mamool Ja Breeder
  • Mamool Ja Sophist
  • Uragnite
  • Mud Pugil
  • Salamander
  • Kobold Sidesman
  • Kobold Pitman
  • Myradrosh (B-Rank Elite Mark)
  • Marberry (A-Rank Elite Mark)
  • Nandi (S-Rank Elite Mark)

Musical themes[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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