List of Secrets for Final Fantasy III
Version 2.0 3/23/96
I did not think I would make another version of this file, because I haven't had the time for it. But, I have seen an overwhelming demand for an update -- so here it is. Thank you all for helping me make this such a huge and resourceful FAQ.
I do not plan to take any more suggestions for this FAQ, but if there is a mistake in it, please let me know.
Warning! This text contains "spoilers" for the game! Don't read it unless you have already gone through the whole game.
Note: This is not a complete guide to Final Fantasy III. You won't find a walkthrough, a complete monsters list, or anything like that here. This is just an enormous collection of secrets that I hope will help you enjoy the game. If you are looking for more info on FF3, I suggest the FF3 FAQ by King Kung. You should be able to find it on AOL in the Video Games Forum, or probably the same place you found this file if you didn't get this from AOL.
If you want to find other neat Square stuff, check out the UnOfficial SquareSoft Home Page: The URL is: http://www.dragonfire.net/square.html
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Short and to the point. The newer secrets are towards the end of the list, if you have seen a previous version of this file.
- On the top floor of Strago's house, in Thamasa, you can get another Memento Ring by going to the left corner of the room, by the table and chairs. Face down and press A. (Note that only Relm and Shadow can equip the Memento Ring. Could this one be Shadow's Memento Ring?)
- There is a monster called Intangir on Triangle Island in the World of Balance. He will sleep until disturbed by magic, then counter with Meteo and fall back asleep. He is invisible while asleep and cannot be harmed with weapons. Use Doom or X-Zone on him while he sleeps, or have Mog dance the Dusk Requiem or Desert Aria. The Snare and Antlion dances will get him when he's invisible. If you defeat him, you will earn 10 magic points! Hang around there if you want to learn spells fast.
- You can steal an AtmaWeapon from Goddess, the third statue in Kefka's Tower.
- You can steal a Ragnarok Sword from Doom, the second statue in Kefka's Tower.
- You can get unlimited Muscle Belts by stealing from Borras in Mt. Zozo.
- You can steal Dragoonboots from Wyverns in the World of Balance. Sell them for lots of money.
- When you cast "Vanish" on a creature, the creature becomes very vulnerable to magic, so spells almost never miss. Try using "Vanish" on an enemy, then cast "Doom", "Break", "X-Zone", "Demi", or "Quartr". This even works on some of the strongest bosses (including all 8 Dragons). Note: Do not use Vanish/X-Zone on Doom Gaze. You will not get the Bahamut Magicite. Vanish/Doom is fine.
- The Retainer enemy, found in Kefka's Tower, has an interesting Rage. Leap a Retainer on the Veldt and use the Rage -- it's old Leo's "Shock".
- If you got the Sword Ragnarok, change it into Illumina by wagering it at the collosseum. (Take Locke to Narshe and go into the building north of the weapon shop to get Ragnarok.)
- You can get an Air Anchor in the Fanatic's Tower, instead of betting Genji Armor at the Collosseum. Go to the second treasure room, go to the space directly to the right of the treasure chest, face up, and press A. Now go out of the room. Down one flight of stairs is a new room.
- You can bet the Sky Render at the Collosseum to get an Aura Lance, and Vice Versa.
- Set the clock in Zozo to 6:10:50 to get Edgar's chainsaw.
- Have Mog learn the Water Rondo in the World of Balance by jumping into Baren Falls with Mog in your party. Go to Crescent Mountain in the Veldt and jump in the current, and you will arrive at Nikeah. Take a Chocobo ride all the way back to Baren Falls where you left your airship.
- You can steal Megalixirs from the Earthguards on the Solitary Island. (You can also steal Elixirs from Peepers.)
- At the Auction house in Jidoor, you can get the Magicite for the Epsers "Golem" and "Zoneseek".
- To find the Break Blade: in the MagiTek Factory, there is a corridor of empty, intact glass tubes (just before the room where you meet Cid and get a lot of Magicite). There is an invisible walkspace by the bottom-left tube; check for a treasure chest down there.
- There is a Gold Helm and Gold Armor in the MagiTek Factory. Look for doors and walls below some areas.
- You can steal unlimited Ribbons from Brachosaurs. Brachosaurs are found in the forest north of the Veldt. This is an excellent place to build up experience levels in the World of Ruin.
- To uncurse a cursed item, have a character in your party wear it for 255 battles. To counter the terrible effects of the curse, equip a Ribbon on the character. When uncursed, the Cursed Shield becomes the Paladin Shield, and the Cursed Ring becomes the Paladin Ring. *See Mysteries section, item #5.
- You can get unlimited Cursed Rings (and thus, Paladin Rings) by defeating Veterans and Didalos in Kefka's Tower. They are in the Gold Dragon's room. Also try using the Ragnarok Esper on them.
- A good combination of weapons for a fighter wearing a Genji Glove is the AtmaWeapon and ValiantKnife. The Atma is stronger when you have higher HP, the ValiantKnife is stronger when you have lower HP, so you'll always do a sound amount of damage.
- To cast five spells per turn -- equip a character with the Gem Box relic, and on his/her turn, cast the first spell, then Quick. Then you can cast four more spells. You can use this as an opportunity to Regen your whole party, casts Haste and Slow spells, Life3 your entire party, or devastate to the attacking party. It would be wise to equip this character with an Economizer so that MP won't be drained.
- To attack eight times per turn -- equip a character with a Genji Glove and the Offering. You can find a Genji Glove in the Returners' Hideout (when Banon asks you to join the Returners, refuse, then talk to to people inside the cave), the Cave to the Sealed Gate and also in Cyan's Dream (on the train).
- You can change the Esper Odin into Raiden by doing as follows: Get Odin in the Ancient Castle, then go to the Queen's throne (the one on the right from your view). Walk five steps down from there, and you'll step on an invisible switch, which creates a stairway to the right. Go down the stairs and talk to the Queen. You might want to wait before you get Raiden, because Odin is the only Esper which gives a speed bonus at level up.
- The best place to learn magic spells in the World of Ruin is the desert south of Maranda. Every Cactrot you fight will earn you 10 Magic Points, and every Hoover you fight will earn you 5. Equip as many characters as possible with Thunder Shields, to make "Sand Storm" ineffective.
- To beat the MagiMaster with no problems, simply cast Bserk on him. He won't be able to WallChange and he'll lose a lot of spellcasting abilities. Be sure to cast Life3 on party members, because he'll cast Ultima at the end of the battle.
- Each character has a desperation attack. Occasionally, when someone is near-fatal and you tell him or her to fight, he or she will strike with a special attack:
TERRA: Riot Blade - Green, rotating half-moons strike enemy.
LOCKE: Mirager - He jumps toward enemy and makes the sound of the blitz BumRush.
EDGAR: Royal Shock - Light rays leap from enemy.
SABIN: Tiger Break - Leaps toward enemy in a tiger or dragon head.
CYAN: BackBlade - Jumps toward enemy, screen turns black and you see a circular sword slice.
MOG: Moogle Rush - Exactly like the blitz Pummel.
SETZER: Red Card - Throws three sets of three cards.
RELM: Star Prism - 3 orange stars rotate around the enemy and kills it intantly.
STRAGO: SabreSoul - Jumps toward enemy and there is a funny noise like Quartr and a sword slash; kills instantly.
CELES: Spin Edge - She spins with her sword out.
SHADOW: ShadowFang - Jumps at enemy and makes claw marks.
GOGO: X-Meteor - Causes a large meteor to hit all enemies.
Gau and Umaro have no desperation attack, because you cannot command them to fight.
- Most monsters have more than one thing to steal from them. Keep Locke equipped with the Sneak Ring and Thief Glove to get some good weapons, armor, and relics, especially fom bosses. Remember, the higher the level for Locke, the better your chances of getting an item.
- Gogo can do more than just Mimic! Check his status and you can add three special abilities to his list. If you choose Magic, then the magic he knows will depend on what everyone in your party knows.
- You can get unlimited Economizers from Brachosaurs. You have to defeat them to get the Relics, though. *See mysteries section, item #6.
- In the World of Balance, there is a forest to the west of the Veldt, full of Bombs. Occasionally you might meet an elusive enemy of FF3, the Grenade.
- Remember Kappa, the Imp who told you about Gau? If you want him in your party, do the following. First, get a Rename Card from the Colosseum (wager an Elixir). Then, collect all the Imp Equipment (Imp Halberd, Imp's Armor, Titanium, Tortoise Shield). You can find most of these in the World of Ruin around Narshe -- steal from the enemies. Now equip a character with all the Imp Equipment, and rename him/her "Kappa". Finally, cast Imp on him/her. Now you have Kappa, the Imp in your party! He won't be able to use any special abilities or magic other than Imp, but he will be a very strong fighter with great defensive capabilities. If you want your old character back, just use a Green Cherry or cast Imp again. (This isn't TRULY getting Kappa, but it is a neat trick anyway.)
- When you travel from Figaro Castle to South Figaro through the cave early in the game, leave all the treasure chests alone! When you return there in the World of Ruin, the treasures there will be more valuable.
- To beat Wrexsoul and the Soul Savers (in Cyan's dream) easily, just cast X-Zone.
- Give Umaro a Green Cherry to make him stronger during battle, just like when you fought him.
- Tonic, Potion, X-Potion, and Cure spells will cause damage to undead monsters; use Revifify, Fenix Down, and Life Spells to destroy them. Do not use the Doom spell or Dispatch weapons, because they will heal the undead.
- Find the second basement floor in South Figaro (in Locke's Scenario) and walk straight down from the treasure chest and press A. There is a hidden chest with a Ribbon in it.
- Equip Locke with the Thief Glove and Offering (Relics) and he'll have four chances to Capture per turn.
- Almost every grandfather clock in the game has an Elixir in it.
- To get to the top of the Fanatics' Tower easily, just bring Mog and have him wear the Moogle Charm. The Moogle Charm is in the World of Ruin where Mog was standing in his cave in Narshe. Stand there and press A to get it.
- If you want characters to learn spells without gaining levels, go to the Veldt or the Fanatics' Tower and fight monsters. You will not gain any exp. points in either of these locations. The Veldt is also a good place to uncurse cursed items, steal and Metamorph enemies to get items, and learn Lore spells. Many Lore spells can be learned from Gau's Rages and Relm's Sketch/Control.
- A cut scene in the game that most people miss: After the airship crashes in the World of Balance, go back to it and go into the engine room. You'll learn more about Daryl.
- To gain levels faster, try taking only three or two party members. You'll get much more experience per battle. If you want to build up levels for one fighter, bring only him/her. But make sure he or she can survive!
- If you want to break the rules and fight in the Fanatics' Tower, bring a strong fighter (such as Umaro) and cast Bserk on him.
- Ever wonder what the Relic Ring does? It makes your character undead, but not zombified. Cure spells and potions will harm him, but Doom will heal him. There are other properties of being undead -- Drain, Osmose, and other attacks which steal HP will do the reverse. Also, if you equip the party leader (the person shown in overworld walkabout) with the Relic Ring and cast Doom on him/her, the entire party will be healed. The description, "Makes body cold", means that it takes the life out of the bearer, so he becomes cold, like the dead...
- To easily defeat the Dirt Drgn, Equip all characters in the party with Gaia Gear. All earth attacks from the Dragon will heal your party. (All members who cannot equip Gaia Gear should be Floating.)
- When you travel to Kohlingen from Narshe in the World of Balance to find Terra, bring only three in your party. You'll meet Shadow at the Inn, and he'll join you ... for a price.
- According to SquareSoft, Shadow has seven dreams. Many people have written to me telling me they can only see five, and I myself have not seen all seven. Try sleeping in Thamasa, Doma Castle, and the Colosseum in the World of Ruin. A few dreams can be seen in the World of Balance, also. If you see all seven dreams (you have to sleep over and over and over), Shadow's portion of the ending will be different, and he'll stay alive!
- In the World of Balance when you have to be concerned about money, be careful about using Tents and Sleeping Bags. If you have one or two people in your party, use Sleeping Bags. If you have three or four people in your party, use tents. Sleeping Bags cost 400 GP, and Tents cost 1200 GP.
- You can get unlimited Genji Gloves by stealing them from Dragons (found on the Floating Continent).
- A good experience building tactic for the World of Ruin: Take one party member who knows Vanish to the island Doma Castle is on. Cast Vanish, and walk around on the green (grass), fighting monsters (don't forget the Exp. Egg!). Fights can give you character up to 20,000 experience points per battle, and there is very little risk. The only attack that can cause damage is LifeShaver, which is cast by TumbleWeeds.
- If you want to see a slight change in the game's ending, try beating the game without Locke, Sabin, or Strago. Edgar's, Celes', and Relm's endings change. It is possible, but extremely challenging to beat the game with just Celes, Edgar, and Setzer.
- The Blizzard Orb, an often-missed Relic for Umaro, is found in a treasure room in the Ancient Castle. It causes Umaro to randomly attack with an ice spell that hits all enemies.
- After you defeat Wrexsoul in Cyan's Dream, go back to the throne room and get the Alexandr Magicite.
- To gain levels early on, use this cheat. Note: this trick requires a "turbo" game controller. Go to Baron Falls and put the config setting to "memory" for the controller. The hop on the raft and make all characters fight and one character heal (Banon works well for this). Keep going down the river until you reach the point where you can go to the right, which takes you back around to making the decision again. Tape down the turbo button so that it will choose to go "right" at every decision, and you'll keep on attacking monsters and gaining experience! Do this before you go on a vacation or something, because in a few days you'll have some strong fighters! Also, if possible, equip espers for status bonuses at level up.
- If you are in a multi-party situation (like the Phoenix Cave or Kefka's Tower), you can save and use tents for all party members when only one of them is at a save point. Leave one party on a save point, then venture forward until another party reaches a save point, then trade.
- In Mobliz in the World of Ruin, visit the wounded soldier. He will ask you to send a letter for him. Send it by going to the post office, then take a rest at the Inn. Go back to the soldier, and he will have another letter to send. Repeat these steps several times, and eventually you will get a Tintinabar.
- In south Figaro, when you play Locke's scenario, go strait staight down after it asks you if you want to change clothes (right before you go and save Celes). There are some nifty items in that secret basement.
- In the Returners Hideout, go to the northmost room (there are three chests and a bunch of boxes in it). Walk around to the right of the boxes, then go down and to the right to get a White Cape.
8: In Cyan's Dream, when you drop into Doma, go into Cyan's room before you fight Wrexsoul. There will be a cinema of Cyan there. Also, look around other places in Doma during Cyan's dream. There are several cinema scenes.
You can get some great items by spending time at the Colosseum! Try these trades:
- Imp Halberd -> Cat Hood -> Merit Award -> Rename Card -> Marvel Shoes -> Tintinabar -> Exp. Egg
- BehemothSuit -> Snow Muffler -> Charm Bangle -> Dragon Horn
- Red Cap -> Coronet -> Regal Crown -> Genji Glove -> Thunder Shld -> Genji Shld
- Hardened -> Murasame -> Aura -> Strato -> Pearl Lance
- Blizzard/FlameSabre/ThunderBlade -> Ogre Nix -> Soul Sabre
- Ninja Star -> Tack Star -> Rising Sun -> Bone Club -> Red Jacket
- Tabby Suit -> ChocoboSuit -> MoogleSuit -> Nutkin Suit -> Genji Armor -> Air Anchor
Call Ragnarok in battle to turn an enemy into an item. Most Metamorphs will give you common items or Dried Meat, but some can give you great items! The success rate for Metamorph is close to that of Doom, so it may take a few tries on the tougher monsters.
Tap Dancer Marvel Shoes
Woolly Safety Bit
Borras Ogre Nix
Mag Roader(big,yellow) Gold Lance, Gold Shld
ProtoArmor Crystal Shld, Crystal Mail
Balloon Flame Shld
SrBehemoth Thornlet, Cursed Ring, Relic Ring
M-TekArmor Mithril Helm, Mithril Mail, MithrilBlade, Heavy
Rider Gold Helmet, Gold Lance
HadesGigas Ogre Nix
Chaser Mithril Mail
Bomb Flame Shld
Spit Fire Gold Helmet
Ninja Assassin, Striker
Mag Roader(small,brown) Mithril Mail
Pipsqueak Mithril Helm, Mithril Blade
Rhyos Ice Shield
HeavyArmor Heavy Shld, MithrilBlade
Harpy Exp. Egg
L.80 Magic Ribbon
L.90 Magic Ribbon
There are many ways to glitch your game. The most common way is to have Relm sketch various monsters. When your game glitches, many things can happen. You may end up with lots of items, new characters, special powers, or an erased game. So it's risky.
- To glitch your game, try doing these things:
Call Palidor, then Sketch a monster
Sketch a vanished Gobbldegak or Dark Wind (these guys work -- other monsters may cause damage to your saved games)
Have Gogo sketch the Storm Drgn
Have Relm sketch while she is muddled
Sketch a Chaos Drgn in the Phoenix Cave
- The best way, I have found, to glitch the game is the following method: Bring a party of four, including Relm and Gau, to the Veldt and properly equip them. Have Gau Leap a monster, and wait for him to return. Right after the last monster is destroyed, he will spin around, then say something. Be ready with Relm to Sketch Gau while he spins around, before he can say anything. When the message box disappears, you must tell Relm to Sketch him again. When she Sketches, the game will glitch. This glitch will add these items to your inventory (you have to "Arrange" to see them all):
256 Anitdotes, 2773 Dirks (No joke! I counted!), 256 Swordbreakers, 256 Imperials, 112 Scimitars, 256 Flame Sabres, 256 Magus Rods, 256 Poison Rods, 111 Rainbow Brushes, 256 Iron Helmets, 256 Tao Robes, 178 Power Sashes, 240 AutoCrossbows, 256 Gem Boxes, 256 Zephyr Capes, 28 Tintinabars, 24 Sprint Shoes, and 143 Economizers. Not bad! Also with this glitch, Gau will end up equipped with a Fenix Down as his weapon. I have noticed no side effects to this glitch.
- Another sure way to glitch: Take a party (including Relm) to the Triangle Island in the World of Balance. Walk around and you will eventually meet the Intangir. Use the X or Y button to switch members so that nobody does anything until Relm Sketches. After she Sketches, the game usually freezes up. I have, by some luck, managed to escape the battle. The effects were astounding -- I received no extra items in my inventory, but all four of my party members permanently have MagiTek Armor (some can still Fight!). My top member always looks different -- like some character left out of the game. My bottom member (who was Strago) gained the power of Interceptor. There was always a clock stuck on 16:03 in the corner. Some of the enemies looked like M-Tek Armor. However, the game became highly unstable. My game would freeze up at any time during battle, and I couldn't go into any towns without being trapped there forever.
- Have Relm, Gau, and two others in your party. Walk around the outside of Jidoor until you encounter 3 Crawlies. Have Gau use the Behemoth rage (Behemoth found on the Floating Continent), and he should cast Meteor. This has to be before you raise a ton of levels, found any characters after strago, and recieved any magicite that teaches you the high level spells. (So you are basically very weak.) Have Relm sketch the far back crawly, and the screen should go weird. Among the spells you have listed are Fire, many times, Hyperdrive, and Quasar. You should also see General Leo in your party.
- Try sketching monsters in the Phoenix Cave, such as the Chaos Dragon. Also try sketching the Brainpan, found on the Floating Continent.
- If none of these things work, maybe your game is "unglitched", meaning you cannot glitch FF3 with your game pak.
- If you glitch successfully, any of the following might happen:
Character status is slightly changed -- some party members have 9999 HP, some have 0 but are still alive, etc.)
Inventory gets screwed up (you might have hundreds of certain items, or no items at all)
You get a secret item (there are rumors about "Leaves" and "Flags")
Screen flips out (sprites turn into error garbage, blank screen)
People shapeshift (Edgar might turn into Leo, Celes into a Moogle, Locke into a merchant)
You get wierd spells (multiple spells, Lore spells, and enemy spells)
Loss of control (buttons stop working)
Plus, other effects
- Usually a glitch will only last one battle. After that, the game might freeze up, or your party might die unexplainably. If the glitch lasts, and you got something cool out of it, you're very lucky. Just hope it doesn't erase your games (it's not that common).
- In your inventory, there may be items which it appears you have 0 of. Actually, you have 256 of them. And various two-digit numbers usually mean over 100 of an item. It may say "36", but you may really have 136 or 236. Try selling items at the store to see how many you have. You can never have more than 256 of an item in one slot.
- Another glitch in the game: When you get Terra back from Zozo, bring her to Narshe. Instead of speaking with the guard, go to the secret door in the rock to the left. The game will freeze up.
- Go to Narshe in the World of Ruin and fight some Test Riders. On every attack, have someone cast Vanish, then have Relm Sketch. Once in a while, after several tries, you can get the game to glitch. Run away when you notice glitch effects and you might have some kewl items!
- When you equip Relm or Strago with the MoogleSuit, he or she will look like a Moogle in combat. This seems like a glitch, but it is normal. The suit just changes the wearer's appearance.
Remember not to believe everything you hear about FF3!
(The following are all TRUE statements. Therefore, it is true that you CANNOT get General Leo, etc. Just clearing this up.)
- You cannot get General Leo, Siegfried or Cid to join your party.
Proof: In the end of the game, each character is viewed as they escape Kefka's Tower, and his/her theme music is played during the cut scene. If you fail to find Umaro and Gogo, their cut scene (and thus, their music) is not played during the end of the game. In the CD soundtrack for Final Fantasy III, "Kefka's Domain", the Ending Theme track includes themes for the twelve characters and no others. If any other characters could join your party, their music would be found at the end of the game. Note also that every character that can join your party has theme music, yet there is no music for Siegfried, Cid, or Leo.
- The only Espers in the game are the ones listed in the instruction manual. There are no such things as Magicite for Efleet, Magma, Leviatan, Artemis, or any other.
Proof: There are two blank spaces when you have all the espers in the game. One blank space is where Odin was (when you turned him into Raiden), and the other is for de-selecting espers. Therefore, these spaces cannot hold espers at all.
- WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS, boss creatures do not appear on the Veldt. A boss creature is any enemy or group of enemies you fight when the cool "Decisive Battle" music is playing. The only known boss enemies to appear on the Veldt are the White Dragon, the Master Pug, Number 024, and the SrBehemoth.
Proof: When all Rages are found, there are no blank spaces left for boss monsters.
- The Gamma Sword, supposedly found outside of Kefka's Tower in the Airship, does not exist.
Proof: Try for yourself; spend hours circling around Kefka's Tower. Try taping the buttons down on the controller and turning the TV off -- come back weeks later, and you still won't have anything.
- A man in the Auction House in Jidoor speaks of an item to "bring back wayward spirits, but only in Vector can such an item be found." This is not a ressurector potion!
Proof: The man was referring to the Phoenix Magicite, which was owned by Gestahl in the World of Balance. A man in the Colosseum says to "talk to the Emperor twice". In Owzer's House, look at Emperor Gestahl's portrait twice to learn where he hid his treasure.
- Someone out there made a really cool image of Gogo turning into Golbez, with doctored pictures from FF2 and FF3. It is a clever idea, but it's not really true. For those of you who haven't seen this masterpiece, you can find it on America Online in NP Source (keyword: NOA). Go into the download area, under "artwork", I believe.
- There is no special significance to Cyan's books. In the Japanese version of this game, I believe Cyan learns to use Tools with the books. However, this does not work in the American version of the game.
- Shadow is not a female! When you rescue him from the Cave in the Veldt, it seems like it from the dialogue. The explanation for this is that Shadow was not meant to survive the End of the World. He was later programmed in to do so, but they left the dialogue to accommodate both Relm and Shadow.
This section contains secrets which may or may not be true, and may never be proven either way. Once they are proven or disproven, they go to the appropriate section.
1: Is Gogo Daryl? Gogo's past is unknown, but what makes this more likely is the fact that Daryl's Falcon crashed into Triangle Island. Maybe she was swallowed by the Zone Eater? I have also heard of a cut scene when you have Gogo and Setzer in the same party. What happens to Gogo after he/she mimics Celes in the ending sequence? It looks like he/she falls into a pit...
2: Are there more items in the game than people know about? There are 252 different types of items, leaving three blank spaces in the inventory. What could they be? Could there be anything, or were they just items left out of the American version of the game?
3: All of Shadow's dreams take place in an area that you can go in the game. Maybe there are secrets in these areas? What about the million gold pieces Clyde and Baram stole from the train?
4: The hill where Celes tries to commit suicide (if you fail to bring Cid back to health) is the same hill where Setzer waited for Daryl. Any connection?
5: Hero Ring or Paladin Ring? Which do you get when you uncurse the Cursed Shield? I have heard from people who have gotten both! Does it depend on how you play the game?
6: Can't find any Economizers? Sometimes when you go through the game, it won't let you get any Economizers from Brachosaurs or anywhere else in the game. Why?
7: What happened to the Moogles after the End of the World? They are all gone when you go to meet Mog in the World of Ruin.
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