Moes don't have any weak points. Just don't attack them with lightning magic, which they absorb.Final Fantasy VI PlayStation Bestiary entry
The three stooges can cast Delta Attack when they are all alive, which inflicts Petrify on a target and never misses. The only way to block it is to be immune to Petrify, so equipping Ribbons and Jeweled Rings is advised. Curlax should be the first to die, as he uses Arise to revive his dead siblings if he does not die first. Curlax is weak to Ice, so Blizzara and Blizzaga spells work well. He is also vulnerable to Sleep. Moebius should go down next. He can cast Haste to speed him and his brothers up, as well as Thundaga. He has no weakness, but he absorbs Lightning, so he may take a few hits to take down. He can, however, be stopped. Flare spell works well. An easy win to defeat the brothers is to cast Ultima.
There also exists a glitch that stops Curlax from reviving the other stooges.
|Number||Enemies||Encounter flags||Introduction flag||Musical theme||Magic AP|
|Norm. Normal||Back||Surr. Surrounded||Side|
|460||Curlax, Laragorn, Moebius||Sides, individual||The Decisive Battle||6|
|Hide start messages|
|516||Curlax, Laragorn, Moebius||Sides, individual||Battle||—|
1st Turn: Protect (33%) or Haste (33%) or Nothing (33%)
2nd Turn: Shell (33%) or Cura (33%) or Nothing (33%)
If Curlax and/or Laragorn are dead:
- 1st Turn: Thundara (33%) or Nothing (66%)
- 2nd Turn: Thundara (33%) or Thundaga (33%) or Nothing (33%)
- 3rd Turn: Thundaga (66%) or Nothing (33%)
If Curlax, Laragorn, AND Moebius are alive:
- If Timer >= 30:
- Reset Timer = 0
- Target: Random Player
- Delta Attack
If attacked by anything: Thundara (33%)
If attacked by "Magic":
- Increase Var3 by 1
- Thundara (33%)
If Var3 >= 4:
- If Moebius does NOT have Reflect status:
- Set Var3 = 0
- Target: Self
- Reflect (100%)
If Moebius has Reflect status:
- Target: Self
- Thundara (33%) or Thundaga (66%)
Möbius strip, or simply Mobius, is a surface with only one side and only one boundary. An example of a Möbius strip can be created by taking a paper strip and giving it a half-twist, and then joining the ends of the strip together to form a loop.
In the Japanese version, Moebius is named Sueño which is Spanish for dream.