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Chocobo & Moogle is a summoning materia in Final Fantasy VII Remake. It summons a moogle riding on a chocobo, two recurring mascot creatures from the Final Fantasy series. The design is based on the Choco/Mog summon from the original Final Fantasy VII, and like the original, is a wind-elemental summon. The moogle is a small koala-like creature with a peach-colored pom-pom on its head, a pink nose and a bandanna. It has small purple bat wings. The chocobo is a large yellow steed that unlike Chocobo Sam's birds, appears without reins.

Obtained[]

Chocobo and Moogle Materia found from FFVII Remake.jpg

Chocobo & Moogle materia is found in the quest "Inside the Ventilation Fan", a discovery sidequest in Chapter 6, "Light the Way". The party spots a red materia orb in the second fan on the right when the player pans the camera over while crossing the fans. After completing "Power for the Platform" at Section H - Sun Lamp 1, the player can return to the starting position in the southwest platform (where a vending machine and a bench are located), but instead of heading south, use an elevator on the west to cross a gap, and climb a ladder to the control room with a vending machine sells the disc "Electric de Chocobo". The terminal here opens the door on the right and starts a one-minute timer. After defeating the two Sentry Rays and one Queen Grashtrike that appear, using the terminal on the right end will stop the timer and opens a door to the fan where the Chocobo & Moogle Materia is found. This earns the trophy "Cleanup Crew".

If the player tries to leave the Sector 4 Plate without collecting Chocobo & Moogle, Cloud's party members ask if he really wants to leave without checking out the fan first, giving the player chance to backtrack to go get it. If the player continues on without picking up the materia, it can't be obtained until chapter select becomes available at the end of the first playthrough.

Abilities[]

Ability ATB cost Effect Description
Chocobo Kick 1 Deals wind-elemental physical damage to one target while greatly boosting stagger. Run towards an enemy and unleash a powerful kick. Significantly increases stagger.
Moogle Blast 1 Explosive that deals non-elemental physical damage in a radius. Throw a bomb that has a wide blast range.
Stampede - A flock of chocobos run over the enemies dealing wind-elemental physical damage to all. -

Use[]

Invoke a chocobo and moogle to aid you in battle.

Description
Role: Deals damage
Element: Wind (Chocobo)/None (Moogle)
Ultimate Attack: Stampede (Wind)
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Stampede - Chocobo & Moogle summon sequence - Final Fantasy VII Remake

After acquiring the Chocobo & Moogle materia, the player can set it to any playable character's weapon and summon the pair in battle when the command becomes available. Summoning Chocobo & Moogle costs 1 ATB segment. It can be summoned when there is enough space, though it doesn't require as much as Leviathan and Bahamut do. It is best summoned against bosses who are weak to wind. When the player is not expending ATB to command the pair, the chocobo will charge at enemies and peck at them for small damage. Its kick attack can be used to raise the enemy's stagger meter.

If the player summons Chocobo & Moogle against the Hell House, they get the following commentary:

Kotch: Tearing through the colosseum like a tornado, a moogle and chocobo!
Scotch: Don't be fooled by their cute looks, because they're here to kick ass and take names!


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Etymology[]

Chocobo and moogle are recurring mascot creatures in the Final Fantasy series. 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.

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