A place sacred to worshipers of the Destroyer, the location known as Rhalgr's reach sprawls around the base of the Temple of the Fist. The site was abandoned following its destruction at the King of Ruin's orders, but the Ala Mhigan Resistance has since established a new stronghold upon its ashes.
— In-game description
Rhalgr's Reach is the Minor City in Stormblood (4.0). It is the headquarters of Ala Mhigo's resistance. Breaking the mold, Rhalgr's Reach did not undergo any major changes during the Post Stormblood patches. Instead, Doman Enclave Reconstruction was introduced.
|Area||Points of Interest|
Shops & Services
|Merchant Name||Merchant Location|
|Collectable Appraiser (Rhalgr's Reach)||(X:9.8, Y:12.4)|
|Independent Merchant (Rhalgr's Reach)||(X:12.6, Y:11)|
|Material Supplier (Rhalgr's Reach)||(X:9.7, Y:11.8)|
|Scrip Exchange (Rhalgr's Reach)||(X:9.9, Y:12.5)|
|Splendors Vendor (Rhalgr's Reach)||(X:9.7, Y:12.4)|
- See also: Sightseeing Log
Players can unlock Stormblood sightseeing logs by speaking to Ulger Ironheart in Rhalgr's Reach (X:10.5, Y:13). Players must be a Disciple of War or Disciple of Magic level 60 or higher to obtain credit for these sightseeing logs. Vistas are small blue glowing orbs at which players need to /lookout or use another emote.
|46||The Destroyer||Rhalgr's Reach||(X:11.4, Y:13.9)||Lookout||Use pillar beside the arch and jump from middle of it.|
|47||Bloodstorm||Rhalgr's Reach||(X:10.5, Y:9.7)||Lookout||Small jumps puzzle start at (10.1,9.3)|
A place sacred to worshipers of the Destroyer, the location known as Rhalgr’s Reach sprawls around the base of the Temple of the Fist. The site was abandoned following its destruction at the King of Ruin’s orders, but the Ala Mhigan Resistance has since established a new stronghold upon its ashes.
Over the course of centuries, disciples of the Fist of Rhalgr worked away at the rocky cliff, carving it back to create this colossal image of the Destroyer. By virtue of its size, it is said to have stood defiant through the mad king’s savage attack on the temple, and stands watch over Rhalgr’s Reach to this day.
Rhalgr’s star, the comet which guided people to safety from the rising floods, is said to have made its fiery landfall in this very spot. The sizeable crater thus formed became a lake, and monks would cleanse themselves in its pure waters before making the climb to worship at the temple above.
“Chakra” is a word used to describe the valves which regulate the flow of the body’s aether. The deluge of water which plunges incessantly into Starfall is so named for its resemblance to the coursing energy which cascades from the aura of a trained monk.
Set at the feet of the Destroyer, this monument enshrines in stone the words of a high priest of the Fist of Rhalgr: A storm of blood approaches fast, Hells open, Heavens sweep. For no one soul doth lie beyond The measure of His Reach.
Rhalgr's Reach Aetheryte Plaza
Rhalgr's Reach once echoed with the commotion of a veritable host of monks and pilgrims. Taverns and inns provided for the faithful, and the multitude of visitors coming and going eventually prompted the construction of a permanent aetheryte.
The Ala Mhigan Resistance set up this infirmary in an empty corner of Rhalgr’s Reach to treat those injured in the war against the Empire. Despite the best of intentions, however, the facility operates on a constant shortage of sickbeds, medicines, and trained chirurgeons.
This tomb was excavated to inter the remains of fallen Resistance soldiers—namely those who paid the price of freedom with their own lives. It is known that Conrad Kemp, the former commander of Rhalgr’s Reach, was laid to his final rest within the stone walls of Recompense.
The Temple of the Fist
Once the main temple for the Fist of Rhalgr and the birthplace of the monkhood, this holy house of the Destroyer was a place where disciples came to temper their bodies and hone their martial skills. When the order became embroiled in political disputes, however, the Temple of the Fist was gutted with fire at King Theodoric’s maddened command. 
- Encyclopaedia Eorzea: Volume II, page 73