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Cecil standing in front of the Inn in Baron in Final Fantasy IV's Super Nintendo version
|Game appearance(s)||Final Fantasy IV|
|Inhabitants||Cid, Rosa, Cecil|
|Unique area(s)||Devil's Road, Training Room|
|This article is about the town. For the kingdom of the same name, see Baron (kingdom).|
Baron, also known as Baron City and the Town of Baron in the original Super Nintendo release, is a town and a starting location of Final Fantasy IV. It is the titular landmark area of the Baron kingdom, and is ruled by a monarchy in Baron Castle. Baron is home to Cecil, Rosa, Cid, and their families.
At the start of their journey, Cecil and Kain are given a package to deliver to Mist. They go to Baron and purchase supplies from the Item Shop for the journey ahead.
After Cecil becomes a Paladin, he and three other party members (Palom, Porom, and Tellah) return from Mysidia to Baron via the Devil's Road. They find Yang in the bar, but he attacks the party because he had lost some of his memory after being attacked by a Leviathan. After defeating Yang, he regains his senses and joins the party. He also gives them the Baron Key, which the party use to open the entrance to Old Waterway and infiltrate Baron Castle. The key also allows them to access the shared Weapon & Armor Shops building.
Once the party has defeated Cagnazzo in Baron Castle, peace is restored to Baron.
|1,000 gil||In the entrance to Old Waterway, the party must continue right and walk in a dark area until they enter a small hidden room that only has a treasure chest with 1,000 gil.|
|2,000 gil||In the Weapons & Armor Shops, inside a treasure chest behind the right counter.|
|Dwarven Bread||Inside the inn, found in the leftmost treasure chest in an isolated room to the right of the pub area.|
|Eye Drops||Inside the inn, found in the rightmost treasure chest in an isolated room to the right of the pub area.|
|Gold Needle||Hidden in a dark patch of grass at the upper-left area, outside the town walls.|
|Hourglass||In a pond at the bottom-right area, outside the town walls.|
|Phoenix Down||There are two Phoenix Downs; both are found in a large field of dark grass at the top-left area of Baron.|
|Rage of Zeus||In the Weapons & Armor Shops, inside a treasure chest behind the left counter.|
- Cid's House: The home of Cid.
- Devil's Road: Contains a warp portal that connects Mysidia and Baron. The portal is inaccessible unless the party warp to it from Mysidia. After doing so, they can walk a few steps down to open a hidden stone door.
- Entrance to Old Waterway: Leads to the Old Waterway, which serves as an alternate route to Baron Castle.
- Inn: It costs 50 gil to stay here for a night. There is a Pub on the upper floor, where two Baron Guardsmen and Yang are fought.
- Rosa's House: The home of Rosa.
- Training Room: This is where players can learn game basics. The Training Room is found on the lower floor of Devil's Road.
|Eye Drops1||30 gil|
|Gold Needle1||400 gil|
|Gysahl Greens4||50 gil|
|Maiden's Kiss5||60 gil|
|Phoenix Down||100 gil|
1 - Appears in releases from Final Fantasy IV Advance onward
2 - Only appears in the 3D remake
3 - Only appears in the Super Nintendo and PlayStation versions
4 - Does not appear in the 3D remake
5 - Only appears in the Game Boy Advance and PlayStation Portable versions
|Fire Claw||350 gil|
|Healing Staff||480 gil|
|Ice Claw||450 gil|
|Thunder Claw||550 gil|
|Thunder Rod||700 gil|
|Silver Armlet||650 gil|
|Twist Headband||450 gil|
These are the enemies fought in Baron:
- Monk and Baron Guardsman x2 (boss)
These are the enemies encountered near Baron on the world map:
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- In the North American Final Fantasy II release and Final Fantasy IV Easy-Type, Baron's map was slightly changed from the original Super Famicom release, mainly to move the bottom-left building slightly higher so that it is directly left of the Item Shop. As a result, the lower-left wall was slightly expanded.
- ^ Final Fantasy IV Advance Nintendo Player's Guide, page 30.
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