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Chocobo & Moogle in Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Chocobo & Moogle (チョコボ&モーグリ, Chokobo & Mōguri?), originally known as Choco/Mog, is a Summon Materia from Final Fantasy VII.


Final Fantasy VII[]

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Choco/Mog is the first Summon Materia the player can obtain in the game. The Materia can be obtained from the chocobos at Chocobo Farm.

It Deathblow!! (必殺技‼, Hissatsuwaza‼?) attack is a weak non-elemental attack that has a 40% chance of inflicting the enemies with Stop. It requires 14 MP to be summoned, and is mastered with 35,000 AP. There is a 15/256 chance that a Fat Chocobo will appear instead of Choco/Mog, which deals 25% more damage than the normal summon and is also non-elemental, but does not inflict Stop. Fat Chocobo's spell power is equal to 1.25x the base magic damage, while the Deathblow!! version is equal to the base magic damage.

The Choco/Mog Materia is Wind-elemental, making it the one of two Materia where the attack does not reflect the element of the Materia.

Final Fantasy VII Remake[]


Chocobo & Moogle is a Summoning Materia Summoning Materia that can be obtained in the discovery sidequest "Inside the Ventilation Fan" during "Light the Way", the eighth chapter. The chocobo performs Wind Wind-elemental attacks, meaning that the summon is most effective against bosses who are weak to wind. Chocobo & Moogle's special move is Stampede (必殺技‼, Hissatsuwaza!!?, lit. Killing Blow!!), which runs down the enemy with a herd of chocobos.

Other appearances[]

Mobius Final Fantasy[]

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Chocobo & Moogle is an ability card.



"Choco" is short for "chocobo". The name "chocobo" derives from a Japanese brand of chocolate malt ball by Morinaga, ChocoBall (チョコボール, Chokobōru?). The mascot for this product is Kyoro-chan (キョロちゃん?), a bird who says "kweh".

食う / くう / kuu is a rough way to say "eat", whose volitional casual form is 食え / くえ / kue ("let's scoff 'em down!"), leading to Kweh!

The moogle's Japanese name, Mōguri (モーグリ), is a portmanteau of the words for mole (土竜, mogura?) and bat (蝙蝠, kōmori?). "Moogle" is the localized version of Mōguri, losing the pun, though "moogle" has started to appear in Japanese sources as well.