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Temenos 1

Temenos - Entrance

Temenos 2

Temenos - North/East/West Towers

Temenos 3

Central Temenos - Floor 4

Temenos (神殿の境内) is the final dungeon of Final Fantasy XV. The temple is filled with a large cave system where some of the game's most powerful monsters reside. Rygor waits at the temple's innermost room as the game's final boss.

StoryEdit

AreasEdit

Temenos is divided into six separate areas, one of which is a separate dungeon in itself, through which the player must traverse.

TemenosEdit

The main lobby area of Temenos. This section allows teleportation to any other area of Temenos, once the player has already cleared the target floor's objective.
The objective for this floor is to activate the Pincer Stone at the top floor of each tower. Each instance of activating the Pincer Stone results with the player being transported to the Planar Rift at the main lobby. After activating the third stone, the player is able to use the Planar Rift to access Central Temenos.

EntranceEdit

North TowerEdit

East TowerEdit

West TowerEdit

Central TemenosEdit

BasementEdit

Floor 1Edit

Floor 2Edit

Floor 3Edit

Floor 4Edit

CrystariumEdit

Main article: Crystarium

Temenos - Top FloorEdit

Throne RoomEdit

SanctumEdit

Divine HeliosphereEdit

Enemy formationsEdit

North TowerEdit

East TowerEdit

West TowerEdit

BasementEdit

Floor 1Edit

Floor 2Edit

Floor 3Edit

Floor 4Edit

CrystariumEdit

Temenos - Top FloorEdit

Throne RoomEdit

SanctumEdit

Divine HeliosphereEdit

TreasureEdit

MusicEdit

Main article: Temenos, the Sacred Lands

TriviaEdit

  • In astronomy, a Heliosphere is the region around the sun over which the effect of the solar wind extends. Interestingly, the dungeon has nothing to do with the sun or space in general.

Historical BackgroundEdit

Temenos is the Greek word for a sacred space or holy precinct (or sacred ground). That space is the land which a sanctuary or temple is built on. The temple is only part of the sacred space; the rest is usually left unaltered (a grove of trees, a natural spring, etc). Temenos meant the space that was reserved or protected for the gods. Temenos has other connotations, but those seem to be relatively modern and take the term and give it a new meaning. The definition given here is the original meaning it had in ancient Greek society. Temenos is Greek for "to cut", "to delimit", or "to divide".