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Chocographs are found by digging in the [[minigame]] [[Chocobo Hot and Cold]] played in [[Chocobo's Forest (Final Fantasy IX)|Chocobo's Forest]], [[Chocobo's Lagoon]] and [[Chocobo's Air Garden]]. There are 24 in total, and they appear randomly at dig sites. Treasure boxes found contain many rare items, and sometimes transport [[Choco]] to [[Chocobo's Dream World]] giving him new abilities and color. If the treasure contains a [[Tetra Master (minigame)|Tetra Master]] card and the player's card quota is full, the card appears to have been discarded. However, if the player collects all chocograph treasures they can reclaim the discarded cards from [[Fat Chocobo#Final Fantasy IX|Fat Chocobo]] in [[Chocobo's Paradise]].
 
Chocographs are found by digging in the [[minigame]] [[Chocobo Hot and Cold]] played in [[Chocobo's Forest (Final Fantasy IX)|Chocobo's Forest]], [[Chocobo's Lagoon]] and [[Chocobo's Air Garden]]. There are 24 in total, and they appear randomly at dig sites. Treasure boxes found contain many rare items, and sometimes transport [[Choco]] to [[Chocobo's Dream World]] giving him new abilities and color. If the treasure contains a [[Tetra Master (minigame)|Tetra Master]] card and the player's card quota is full, the card appears to have been discarded. However, if the player collects all chocograph treasures they can reclaim the discarded cards from [[Fat Chocobo#Final Fantasy IX|Fat Chocobo]] in [[Chocobo's Paradise]].
   
==List of Chocographs==
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==List of chocographs==
 
Click on location images to see larger versions. If the location that the chocograph is found in is listed as Forest (Revisit) or Lagoon (Revisit), this means that the chocograph only appears there after gaining the Mountain and Sea abilities respectively.
 
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The chocograph pieces hint at the locations of the [[Chocobo's Air Garden]] on the world map. The writings on them are attributed to Cid Fabool I.
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*There...danger in the sky. If you dar...to face it, use this rec...to find your way.
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*Tho...who do not fear death, find one...the islands in Salvage... See what lies there.
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*Courageous one, head southea...on the Outer...to reach Kuentis Peninsula. See what lies there.
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*Noble one, head northea...the Mist Continent...reach Alexandria Plains. See what lies there.
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*Dreamer, Head to the ocean in the center...all continents. See what awaits you.
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*Cautious one, head to the east of...aways Canyon on the Forgotten Continent... See what lies there.
   
 
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First chocograph

Zidane finds his first Chocograph.

A stone slab buried in the forest.
Dissidia Final Fantasy description

Chocographs (チョコグラフ, Chokogurafu?) are rare stones in Final Fantasy IX that serve as "treasure maps." They guide the player to treasure chests that can only be found using chocobos.

Chocographs are found by digging in the minigame Chocobo Hot and Cold played in Chocobo's Forest, Chocobo's Lagoon and Chocobo's Air Garden. There are 24 in total, and they appear randomly at dig sites. Treasure boxes found contain many rare items, and sometimes transport Choco to Chocobo's Dream World giving him new abilities and color. If the treasure contains a Tetra Master card and the player's card quota is full, the card appears to have been discarded. However, if the player collects all chocograph treasures they can reclaim the discarded cards from Fat Chocobo in Chocobo's Paradise.

List of chocographsEdit

Click on location images to see larger versions. If the location that the chocograph is found in is listed as Forest (Revisit) or Lagoon (Revisit), this means that the chocograph only appears there after gaining the Mountain and Sea abilities respectively.

Name Obtained Ability Required Treasure
Streamside
ChocographLoc01
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Field Icon HD
"Go check where the river meets the ocean. Kupo!"
Between Mountains
ChocographLoc02
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Field Icon HD
"Go look near the mountains facing the ocean in the southwest side of the Mist Continent."
Uncultivated Land
ChocographLoc03
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Field Icon HD
"The treasure is buried near a river, kupo, but I don't think it'll be easy to find."
Healing Shore
ChocographLoc04
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Field Icon HD
  • Choco gains
    Reef ability
"I've seen a beach that looks like this near a city with high winds, kupo."
Abandoned Beach
ChocographLoc05
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Field Icon HD
"There's a beach near a huge dying forest. That might be it. Kupo!"
Cold Field
ChocographLoc06
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Field Icon HD
"Looks like a very cold place, kupo..."
Forgotten Lagoon
ChocographLoc07
Lagoon
FFIX Chocobo Ability Reef Icon HD
"Kupo! Why not go play in some icy-cold water?"
Faraway Lagoon
ChocographLoc08
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Reef Icon HD
"I heard there is a long stretch of reef... That might be it, kupo."
Abandoned Lagoon
ChocographLoc09
Lagoon
FFIX Chocobo Ability Reef Icon HD
"I hear there's a sunken treasure near a peninsula in the southern part of the Outer Continent, kupo."
Bird's-eye Lagoon
ChocographLoc10
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Reef Icon HD
"There are so many small islands surrounding the Mist Continent, kupo!"
Small Beach
ChocographLoc11
Forest
FFIX Chocobo Ability Reef Icon HD
"It's a beach on a small island! A great place to vacation, kupo."
Dawn Lagoon
ChocographLoc12
Lagoon
FFIX Chocobo Ability Reef Icon HD
  • Choco gains
    Mountain ability
"It's near a city where the night never ends."
Forbidden Forest
ChocographLoc13
Forest (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Mountain Icon HD
"The forest lies where many mountain ranges merge, kupo!"
Green Plains
ChocographLoc14
Forest (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Mountain Icon HD
  • Choco gains
    Sea ability
"There are treasures on the high plains too, kupo!"
Dusk Plains
ChocographLoc15
Lagoon
FFIX Chocobo Ability Mountain Icon HD
"What a beautiful sunset, kupo!"
Forgotten Plains
ChocographLoc16
Forest (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Mountain Icon HD
"The long peninsula sort of points to the location of the treasures, kupo."
Sea at Dusk
ChocographLoc17
Lagoon (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sea Icon HD
"There must be more treasures deeper in the ocean."
Ocean
ChocographLoc18
Lagoon (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sea Icon HD
"Look carefully! There's a small reef, kupo."
Cold Lagoon
ChocographLoc19
Forest (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sea Icon HD
"What a complicated cove. The water looks very cold, kupo."
Mist Ocean
ChocographLoc20
Find all six Chocograph Pieces in the Forest and the Lagoon
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sea Icon HD
  • Choco gains
    Sky ability
"Look around the small islands located in the northeastern shore of the Mist Continent."
Outer Island
ChocographLoc21
Air Garden
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sky Icon HD
"Kupo. It isn't a very big island."
Outer Island 2
ChocographLoc22
Lagoon (Revisit)
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sky Icon HD
"I think there's a desert nearby, Kupo."
Fairy Island
ChocographLoc23
Air Garden
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sky Icon HD
"There's a mountain in the middle of the island."
Forgotten Island
ChocographLoc24
Air Garden
FFIX Chocobo Ability Sky Icon HD
"What a strange shape for an island, Kupo."

Chocograph PiecesEdit

Piece Location
Chocograph Piece 1 Forest
Chocograph Piece 2 Forest (Revisit)
Chocograph Piece 3 Forest or Lagoon after party has access to Blue Narciss (note: will only be in one or the other).
Chocograph Piece 4 Lagoon after party has access to Blue Narciss.
Chocograph Piece 5 Lagoon (Revisit) after party has access to Hilda Garde III.
Chocograph Piece 6 Lagoon (Revisit) after party has access to Hilda Garde III.

The chocograph pieces hint at the locations of the Chocobo's Air Garden on the world map. The writings on them are attributed to Cid Fabool I.

  • There...danger in the sky. If you dar...to face it, use this rec...to find your way.
  • Tho...who do not fear death, find one...the islands in Salvage... See what lies there.
  • Courageous one, head southea...on the Outer...to reach Kuentis Peninsula. See what lies there.
  • Noble one, head northea...the Mist Continent...reach Alexandria Plains. See what lies there.
  • Dreamer, Head to the ocean in the center...all continents. See what awaits you.
  • Cautious one, head to the east of...aways Canyon on the Forgotten Continent... See what lies there.

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy XIEdit

Chocographs are key items used in The Chocobo Hot and Cold Game. Players can use their own personal chocobo to participate after obtaining Tandjana Wildgrass.

Dissidia Final FantasyEdit

Chocograph is a special trade accessory that can only be obtained via using the Steiner Friend Card on Battlegen, and is used to create the Excalipoor.

Dissidia 012 Final FantasyEdit

A map detailing the riches of a man who conquered all.
—Description

The Chocograph is a special trade accessory that provides +4 Luck when equipped, and can be found in two parts of the Confessions of the Creator.

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

"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 "graph" suffix may relate to "photograph" or "cartograph".

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