Papalymo wearing his signature attire.

Papalymo's Attire, also know as the Scion Thaumaturge's Attire, is the signature attire of Papalymo Totolymo in Final Fantasy XIV, and appears in all of his spin-off or crossover appearances.

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Papalymo's Attire conists of a monocle, a dark robe with white trimmings and bright yellow gauntlets, black and yellow gaskins, and black moccasins with coeurl-skin trimmings. A pair of aetheric goggles hang across the chest. The gauntlets are relatively unique for a magic-user like Papaylmo, as such heavy armor is rarely available to them.

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Final Fantasy XIV[edit | edit source]

Papalymo wears the attire in almost all of his appearances, the sole exception being when he was working with the Ala Mhigan Resistance as he subsituted the robe and monocle for a cowl, though he retains his distinctive gauntlets.

Players can purchase Papalymo's Attire on the Mog Station. It consists on the Scion Thaumaturge's Monocle, Robe, Gauntlets, Gaskins, and Moccasins. All five pieces can be equipped only by male characters of any class. They are all level 1 with no attributes, making them suitable only as glamours.

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

"Scion" is an uncommon English word that means "descendant or heir to a family" and "guardian."

Thaumaturgy (Greek words θαῦμα thaûma, meaning "miracle" or "marvel" and ἔργον érgon, meaning "work") is the capability of a saint to work miracles. It is sometimes translated into English as wonderworking. A practitioner of thaumaturgy is a thaumaturge, thaumaturgist or miracle-worker.

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