Renowned as the most beautiful princess in the history of Alexandria. With the aid of Zidane and Tantalus, she flees the castle in order to stop her mother the queen's plans for world domination. Initially naïve, she finds her true self while traveling with her companions, and becomes a young woman fit to lead her kingdom.Description
Garnet's attire is her default appearance in Final Fantasy IX: a white bell-sleeved blouse under a skin-tight, sleeveless orange jumpsuit with corset lacing in the front and back and large white buckles on the thighs. She wears a pair of red leather gloves and red ankle boots, and a black choker and a large crystal suspended from a long silver pendant.
Her alternate costume, White Mage, is based on her appearance during her escape from Alexandria Castle at the beginning of Final Fantasy IX. She wears a white mage's cloak over her default attire with the hood drawn over her head.
Lost Chapter: Princess of Alexandria
Garnet enters the world of respite through Palace of Malitia. While searching for her companions, she is alarmed by the appearance of Kuja. He refers to her as a canary while dropping cryptic hints about their situation. She flees when he asks her to join him. When Kuja makes her presence known to Materia's warriors, Zidane, Steiner, and Eiko hurry to find her.
Garnet is relieved to reunite with them after they chase Kuja away. Steiner is moved to tears and explains the situation to her, and proclaims that she is overflowing with Light in spite of Mog not having said anything on the subject yet. Zidane starts calling her "Dagger", but she introduces herself as Garnet since there is no need to hide her identity in this world. He vows to "kidnap" her again, and she gladly accepts. Though he playfully offers a piggyback ride as they walk through the manor, Garnet wants to stand on her own two feet and not rely on others forever.
Garnet earns Firion's admiration who compares her strength to Princess Hilda. She also catches the eye of Edge, who uses his position as Prince of Eblan as an opening to flirt with her—much to Steiner and Zidane's consternation.
Lost Chapter: Roses of May
Garnet has drawn the affections of nearly all men in the party, much to Steiner's dismay who ponders a means to fend them off. He recounts the story of General Beatrix. Unbeknownst to all, she had already been summoned into this world by the gods. They had told her that Garnet was alive in this world, and so Beatrix rushed to find her. Before the party can get fully acquainted, monsters attack. Beatrix takes point, with Steiner, Garnet, and the rest of the party not far behind. Taking a moment to reflect on what has just happened, Beatrix all but confirms Steiner's account. While this gives the group some reservations, Garnet, and Steiner as well, is greatly honored to welcome her.
Act 2, Ch. 7: Respite's Authenticity
Garnet accompanies Noctis, Prompto, Ace and Lyse as the warriors greet Ignis Scientia after he is summoned by Materia. Ignis introduces himself as the Crown Prince's "tactician", viewing the term as the simplest and most diplomatic way to describe himself to those from other worlds. Garnet thanks him for aiming for simplicity and warmly welcomes him to the team. After their initial introductions, Mog informs the warriors that he has discovered brilliance nearby. As the warriors walk Ignis back to the main group, Garnet promises to introduce him to the other warriors.
|Stardust Rod (IX)
(5★) / 15CP
|Healing Rod (IX)|
(5★) / 35CP
|Updated design based on its version of Final Fantasy IX.||Updated design based on its version of Final Fantasy IX.|
|Asura's Rod (IX)
(5★) / EX (70CP)
|Asura's Rod (IX)+|
(6★) / EX+ (100CP)
|Updated design based on its version of Final Fantasy IX.|
|Madain Sari Bracelet (IX)
(5★) / 35CP
|White Robe (IX)|
(5★) / 90CP
Despite its name, this armor is actually the Madain's Ring.
|White Robe (IX)+|
(6★) / 130CP