天使の塔 Tenshi no Tou (Angel Tower)
Angel Tower is a location within Breath of Fire III.
Ryu and the party arrive here upon Garr's request, as it holds knowledge on the Brood. After receiving permission to enter from Patriarch Sumada, Garr leads the party deep into the catacomb-like structure. At the very bottom, he request that only Ryu follows him deeper, to which Ryu and the third party member agree to. Here are four tablets that record the names of the four Guardians as well as the number of Brood they killed in the war, totaling nearly 1,000. After this is revealed, several dragon skeletons are show, littering the bottom of the tower. Garr intends to kill Ryu here, but is defeated instead. This reveals the doubts and guilt that Garr had bottled up since the war, wondering if the Brood were so powerful, why did they have to die? Why didn't they fight back? The Brood spirits try to urge Ryu to kill Garr, to which Garr also wonders why Ryu doesn't finish him off, but Ryu refuses, but is overwhelmed by the voices of the Brood. His body is levitated off the ground, encased in a sphere of light, and the Kaiser Dragon appears, much to Garr's shock, before it flies away and vanishes, causing part of the tower to collapse.
During the Adolescent chapters, Angel Tower is revisited, as Garr wants to know the truth. He hopes that he will be able to speak to God to find out why the Brood had to be killed. However, when he attempts to summon her to the top of the tower, Deis appears, telling him that God will not come and that she must be released. In order to do that, the party must seek out Gaist, a fellow Guardian, before she vanishes.
After meeting Gaist and killing him, which was the seal that held Deis, the party returns to Angel Tower. But instead of heading into the catacombs or to the top of the tower like before, they enter a side room, where Deis is imprisoned. Once they arrive, she is released, and comically beats up Garr, though her lack of clothing flusters Ryu (and annoys Nina in possible jealousy, if she's present at the time). While Garr inquires if Deis will help them find God, she instead directs them to the shrine in front of Mt. Zublo, as the dead Brood spirits (and her weakened state), make it impossible to do so at this location. After that, Angel Tower plays no more importance to the story.