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Gate
ゲイト村 Geito Mura (Gate Village)
BOF2 The gate Village
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Gate is a location within Breath of Fire II.

StoryEdit

Gate is a remote village found in Breath of Fire II. This is the town the game starts out in with Ryu as a young boy. Gate later becomes a sombre place after Demons have escaped the sealed doors to Infinity. Before they were released the forest around Gate and all the trees and grass began to die thus making the people of Gate blame it on the dragon guarding the doors to infinity.

Return and RunaroundEdit

The party returns to find Father Hulk has convinced the town that the Dragon has killed the forest and therefore must be bombed. The bomb dislodges the dragon, and breaks the seals to Infinity, unleashing the monsters upon the world. Father Hulk begins panicking and pacing. He comes up with the idea to fetch Patty to talk to the dragon. Before leaving they decide to peek inside the left door, finding Shin the Devil Shaman. Upon warping to CotLnd, the Guard says she got hungry and that she went to a Restaurant. Upon arriving at Wildcat's, He informs that she ate her meal and went to challenge the grave once more. Upon arriving at ThvsTomd, the thief with the white bandana said she mentioned a new town south of HomeTown. Warping to TownShip, Ryu finds her in his room. She dashes off back to Gate. At the Seal, after some conversation between The Dragon, Father Hulk and Patty, Father Hulk knocks Patty back and reveals himself to be Habaruku, and that it was him all along. Habaruku attempts to sacrifice Patty to break the seal, but the Dragon suddenly moves and pushes Habaruku back. The Dragon pushes Patty into the grass. The Dragon orders Ryu to run, but he ignores her and tags Habaruku to engage him in battle. After defeating Habaruku, The dragon presents Ryu with a choice. Do you deny your destiny and wait, or do you go inside and defeat the demon? If you deny your destiny, the demons overrun the world and the game ends.

Notable ResidentsEdit

MonstersEdit

TriviaEdit

  • In Breath of Fire II, the Dragon Clan's city of Dragnier lies in the Infinity dungeon deep beneath Gate; probably not coincidentally, Gate itself sits in the same spot as the original Dragnier from Breath of Fire.
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