This elevated plateau in the southern reaches of the Peaks was originally known as "Whiterock" for its pale and washed-out colors. Traveling merchants who lost many a companion to the area's vicious wildlife felt that a reference to the dead was the more apt description.
— In-game description
Once the largest caravan waypoint in the region, much of Goodblade was reduced to rubble in the Empire's invasion. Despite its overall ruined state, the chocobo stables and some few other structures yet stand.
According to legend, this wind-carved corridor was used by the Destroyer as a sheath for one of his blades. For the local folk, the passage serves as a convenient shortcut when traveling from Coldhearth to Ala Ghiri.
After claiming Gyr Abania for its own, the Empire erected this monstrous tower in order to maintain watch over the region. A communications spire was later added in preparation for the next phase of the Eorzean invasion, followed by an energy transmitting device for activating the Ultima Weapon.
Locals claim that drinking the muddy water which pools at the bottom of a certain canyon in Wightrock is to invite immediate death. upon conducting an exhaustive study, however, an Ul'dahn alchemist found the lethality of the harmless liquid to be an exaggeration born of folklore.
The Arms of Meed
Cleanse your mind, hone your flesh, redeem your soul - so teaches the Fist of Rhalgr. The temple was built in accordance with this belief, that those who have committed wrongs might atone for their sins. Seven years of grueling training here will earn one the Destroyer's forgiveness no matter the weight of his crime.
When the Sixth Umbral Calamity befell Eorzea and the realm was transformed into a sea, this great vessel, built by a man hailing from the north named Nyunkrepf, saved full many lives. having taken aboard countless souls drifting in the floodwaters, it was finally transported by magicks to its current resting place.