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Discussion in 'Rants and Accomplishments' started by TyTy714, Aug 12, 2019.
And what is it for? Thanks
In final fantasy, moogles are friendly characters involved with item shops and save points.
In PAD, moogle is one of the two freebie cards given out with the final fantasy collab (along with chocobo), and makes for one of the best utility subs in the game. It sports 2x poison, jammer, and blind resists and can become unbindable with either super awakening or an equip. It also makes hearts on a quick 3-turn cooldown, plenty short enough to inherit over with something more situationally useful. To top it all off, it's undeniably cute!
Moogles is a reoccurring species in Final Fnatasy and are also playable characters in Final Fantasy 6 which I don't believe holds true for any other Final Fantasy game but I haven't played all of them. In all Final Fantasys after that though, they are mostly just helpful NPCs in some form or another.
Moogle in PAD is mainly used for their resist awakenings. For certain teams and most end game dungeons, resisting hazards (poison/jammer/blind) is pretty important because it can prevent you from killing when you want/need to and/or allows you to save your board change skills for something else. Moogle, however, covers 2 of each resist (need a total of 5 to have 100% resist) which means that you only need 3 more resist of each from elsewhere, most likely from assist equips. Generally speaking, as a newer player, Moogle probably won't do much for you and even for veteran players, Moogle has niche usage mostly because its stats are pretty mediocre and practically have no attack. So Moogle isn't useless but its not particularly great either due to its stats.