Spira's largest city after Bevelle, Luca is a city of blitzball. Even when Sin was a threat, the residents were content to focus on the game and cheer on the local team, the Luca Goers. The city has only become more lively recently, especially with the popularity of airship travel.
A secluded village hidden away by deep forests, Lufenia is the home of the remnants of the once sky-dwelling Lufenian race. As its residents don't speak the language of the rest of the world, and they tend to keep to themselves because of their location, Lufenia offers none of the comforts travelers may seek elsewhere.
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Built by Esthar, Lunar Gate is a facility formerly used to launch people into space, to their Lunar Base. However, since the destruction of the Lunar Base during the last Lunar Cry, it has fallen into disuse.
A town of farmers who rely heavily on the balance of the Earth Crystal to keep their land fertile. Melmond was severely damaged by the rotting earth when the Crystal was drained by the fiend Lich, though it has now begun to show signs of recovery.
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A port town carved out of the face of a cliff. Mhaura is primarily a fishing village and a stop for travelers, with several shops offering amenities to those passing through. A ferry runs regularly between it and Selbina, a tradition that has carried on since the Merge, even though the route itself has changed.
A haven for the old and the sickly, Mideel was destroyed shortly before Meteorfall, when an earthquake exposed the Lifestream just below the town, causing it to be flooded with mako. It was later rebuilt, retaining its distinctive wood tower and bridge-based structure.
Once a thriving metropolis and the Shinra company's greatest achievement and base, Midgar was a bustling city with a unique plate structure. Meteorfall destroyed it, however, leaving little more than a ruin behind. The scrap metal was used to construct the neighboring city of Edge, but Midgar's ruins remain, a reminder of the mistakes of the use of mako.