The remote Daguerreo, seated atop a mountain, is more library than town, serving as a place of study for scholars the world over. The place itself is designed as a test for the mind; rooms within its very structure - a single, expansive building - serve as puzzles, while its occupants engage in frequent debates on all manner of topics.
A farming village which falls under the dominion of the Alexandrian kingdom, Dali welcome the passing stranger to its single small inn - but besides a slight increase in travelers passing through, remains largely unchanged even by the Merge.
Last Edit: Apr 21, 2012 13:33:55 GMT -5 by Griever
The sprawling Deling City is the capital of Galbadia, active even late at night. It is home to many shops, and the basement of its hotel contains a popular bar. Free transportation around the city is available via buses, carrying residents and tourists alike to their destinations.
The now-abandoned place where Kuja once made his home, the extravagant Desert Palace was formerly hidden beneath the sands, protected by the antlions which lived above, but with the Merge, the shift in the land caused it to sink below the ocean and beyond reach.
Last Edit: Apr 21, 2012 13:37:50 GMT -5 by Griever
Dollet is a small and elegant port town, the only remnant of an ancient empire. One of few cities that held onto the relics of radio transmission during the time its use was impossible, Dollet houses both a radio tower and a large television display, set over its hotel in the central shopping courtyard.
Formerly the capital of Cocoon, Eden was among the first of the cities to be rebuilt after its fall. It remains a center of society, housing the majority of PSICOM's forces. At its heart is Edenhall, seat of the government, named like the city for the fal'Cie that once resided within. Besides administration, Eden is also a thriving center of culture.
Last Edit: Jan 17, 2012 10:10:53 GMT -5 by Griever
Built from the ruins of Midgar after Meteorfall's devastation, Edge became the new home of the mako city's former residents. It is a large, industrious city, housing most of the same things Midgar once had, without the devastating effects of mako power. The Shinra Company remains in Edge, though its power has diminished to very little, with the World Regenesis Organization headed by Reeve Tuesti taking over the primary duties of running the city.