Arissola

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Arissola
Arissola Map.png
Details
Connected Areas Thalassian Cliffs
Gifted Bridges

Arissola is the third town in the game after you leave Briçal de Mar. It also leads to The Gifted Bridges. As the capitol of Deniz, it is the largest city on the island, atop Hatless Hill.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Points of Interest[edit | edit source]

Temporium[edit | edit source]

UI-Map Icon Temporium.png Arissola Temporium
General
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Capture
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Medicine
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Arissola Palace[edit | edit source]

This hotel near the western edge of the city houses Deniz's numerous tourists. In its second-story kitchen, it serves seaweed stew, hatlass salad, and classic lasagna.

Rogue & Kohl Cosmetics[edit | edit source]

UI-Map Icon Boutique.png Rogue & Kohl Cosmetics is a boutique located near the entrance to the Gifted Bridges.

UI-Map Icon Boutique.png Rogue & Kohl Cosmetics
Cosmetics
Dye Bundles

Arissola Dojo[edit | edit source]

The UI-Map Icon Dojo01.png Arissola Dojo is led by Sophia Sophia and focuses on windWind and waterWater type Temtem.

Airship Terminal[edit | edit source]

The UI-Map Icon NarwhalLeft.png Airship Terminal houses all incoming and outgoing airships. After the Beached Narwhal quest is completed, the player will be able to ride a different airship to travel to other islands in the game.

Battles[edit | edit source]

Tamers Temtem Location Reward
Max Piraniant.png Lvl. 23 Loali.png Lvl. 23 Oree.png Lvl. 28 Ganki.png Lvl. 27 LumaBarnshe.png Lvl. 26 Saipat.png Lvl. 26 Before boarding Narwhal 1,352 Pansuns.png

Quests[edit | edit source]

Arissola Side Quests
Name Requirements Reward
Wild Imagination None Energetic Kiwi
Tourist Guide None Umbrella
Endaira's Quest Access to Kisiwa and Cipanku DoubleScreen

Items[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Arrisola was described for the first time by the ancient poet Pasiphaë of Turquesa. She wrote about its unique location between Water and Wind.