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Final Fantasy I

This is a well. You might think that there is something to it... But in fact it is just an ordinary well.
(General Quote)

Travel

In all of the Final Fantasy series you start out with basic traveling: on foot. As you progress in the game, you'll find new ways of traveling through the world. It would be nice to have the best traveling ways at the start of the game, such as an Airship, but it wouldn't do your party any good, as you won't get any random battles and thus you really have to focus on leveling up.

Here, a list of the ways you can journey through the world of Final Fantasy I are listed. They are listed in the order you acquire it.

Traveling in Final Fantasy I

Traveling on Foot
 
Obviously you can journey the world on foot, the basic way of getting from one place to another. However, it's not something to think lightly about, it isn't in the game for nothing. Walking around will really help you getting to know the game and finding your way around. Not only that, walking around in the fields or the open world, will force you into random battles, which is good for your party as they'll become stronger. Personally I think that if you would have the best traveling opportunities right at hand at the start of the game, you wouldn't notice the world around you and it would rush you through the game. As annoying as it can be, it helps you wanna get further into the game, as then you'll acquire that great airship eventually!

Traveling by Boat
 
When you arrive at Proavoka, you will meet the Pirate, Bikke. You can challenge him and beat him and his crew in order to get access to the ship. That way, you can travel over water. Traveling by boat is faster than by foot and it gives access to a whole new set of locations and area's. The water will take you anywhere and you can ever go underneath bridges, such as the bridge north of Coneria. You cannot, however, go on rivers. On board, you can fight random battles with Sahags and Sharks and all types of water enemies. To get off, you just have to find a dock near a town. It'll bring you further into the story, but it's still needed to go by foot, as you cannot travel by boat on the land or in towns, but it'll definately help you to get faster to another town close to the sea.

Traveling by Canoe
 
When you have defeated the Fiend of Earth, called Lich, which is one of the Sages in the Circle of Sages at Crescent Lake, you'll be presented with a canoe. With this little boat, you can travel over rivers after docking your boat at the mouths of a river. Even though you're traveling by canoe, you still get random encounters and you might get attacked by Hydras or Ochos. These are strong enemies if you haven't been working on leveling up, so be careful! It's always a good time to take a break of the story and work on leveling up and getting stronger! Your world is expanded once again by a whole new set of area's and new locations you can get to now! 

Traveling by Airship
 
Once, there used to be many Airships in the world of Final Fantasy I, now there's only one left and it's buried beneath the desert. In order to get it, you must use the Floater from the Ice Cave, so that you are able to travel to the lands further north. Airships are a trademark of the Final Fantasy games, they can vary much and every Airship in every Final Fantasy game is unique, but you can't deny the fact that they are very useful! It will allow you to travel to any location you want. Compared to walking, Airships have a speed of about four times faster. However, you can only land on grass plains and big fields. You still need to walk to the castles and towns. One very nice thing about the Airships is that you're rid of random battles. You can travel to the other side of the world without being forced into a battle! Especially if you go back to one of the area's you were at the beginning of the games, you'd hate to fight the very very weak enemies all your way into getting there. It saves a lot of time, but don't forget that you still need to level up in order to defeat the big bosses! Enjoy exploring the world!

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