Places in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII - The Dead Dunes
This is just a guess, but…I would imagine that most of the people living here in the desert are bandits in search of treasure. After all, why would anyone choose to live in a place like without a good—and lucrative—reason? I’ve looked into that clavis for you. Apparently, it’s an artifact that’s thought capable of drawing the souls of the dead to it. It seems the Order has been trying hard to recover the relic. In recent years, they’ve dispatched several parties of Secutors to the desert.
Places in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII - The Wildlands
It’s the world as it once was—nature’s last stand. Wild beasts still live and die here as they always have. It’s raw nature, red in tooth and claw, and the Chaos here is just as dangerous. The people who live out here are not like the city dwellers—they’re different. They don’t follow the teachings of the Order. And they don’t want to rely on handouts either, so they strive to live off the land.
Places in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII - Yusnaan
Yusnaan is Snow’s town now. The residents call him the “Patron,” and he runs everything here—especially the feasts and banquets. I’ve heard that he wanted everyone to enjoy whatever brief time they had left…But these days he’s holed up in his palace. Who knows what he’s thinking?
Places in Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII - Luxerion
Luxerion, a bustling metropolis. The divine city of light and the holy see of salvation. It’s the last bastion of peace and order in a dying world. Most of the people who live here worship the almighty Bhunivelze. The city is governed in his name by a powerful religious sect known as the Order of Salvation.
When I awoke from my sleep, I was just in time to witness the end of the world.
into a new world
Final Fantasy XIII Trilogy - First and Last Scenes
All dreams have to end sometime.