|Special Abilities||Original and Zilart Areas|
|Flowerpot - Single target damage, plus stun, amnesia, and bind.|
|Mog Bomb - AoE moderate Fire damage|
|Mog Shrapnel - Conal weak damage|
|Crystalline Flare - AoE moderate to strong damage, plus long duration stun. (Only used by certain Notorious Monsters)|
|Washtub - AoE moderate damage, plus long duration stun and Amnesia. (Only used by certain Notorious Monsters)|
|Bill Toss - Gaze Terror. (Only used by certain Notorious Monsters)|
|Notes: Notorious Monsters in this family may use all of the above and/or additional unique special abilities|
|Name||Spawn Information||Level||Zone||Notable Drop(s)|
|No standard notorious monsters|
Quest NMs: None
Battlefield NMs: None
Other NMs: None
Because not every Moogle provides the same features, the following table breaks down each Mog House and Nomad Moogle by city, and details the functionality each one will present to the player. Please note that those Moogles listed as providing access to Storage and Layout functions will only provide those features when you are in the city of your Allegiance.
|Location||Type||Mog Safe||Change Jobs||Delivery Box||Gardening||Storage†||Layout†||Mog Locker||Mog Satchel|
|San d'Oria||Mog House|
|Aht Urhgan Whitegate / Al Zahbi||Mog House|
|Bastok Markets (S)||Mog House|
|Southern San d'Oria (S)||Mog House|
|Windurst Waters (S)||Mog House|
Moogle is also a name of an FFXI Server used at Square Enix special events, playing demos of events.
Moogles are small creatures that appear throughout the Final Fantasy, Seiken Densetsu (Secret of Mana) and Kingdom Hearts game series. They first appeared in Final Fantasy III. Moogles serve a variety of purposes in the various games in which they appear. They sometimes provide opportunities to record game progress or access shops; occasionally they assist in battle or may even become a playable character. Good-natured creatures, moogles are usually white or tan, and their most notable feature is a white antenna protruding from the head with a small red ball (called a 'pompom') at the end. They have small red or purple wings, and their ears are shaped like those of a cat or rabbit. They tend to use the word (or possibly sound) "kupo" ("クポー" in Japanese versions) when they talk, more commonly to finish a sentence (for example, "What a beautiful day, kupo!"). Moogles, along with Chocobos, are often considered the mascots of the Final Fantasy series. It should also be noted that a Moogle's favorite food is the Kupo Nut, which is rumored to be the reason that Moogles use "Kupo" in their dialect. In Final Fantasy IX, Moogles were known for running an intercontinental mail delivery system known as "Mognet." The "Mognet" system was again used in the Nintendo DS remake of Final Fantasy III in conjunction with the Nintendo WiFi connection. Many names of Moogles have the pre-fix Mog, an example of this would be in Final Fantasy IX where every Moogle had a name.
Moogles are frequently featured as creatures that may be summoned by the Summoner or Caller class of playable characters. Typically, moogles are lower-level summon spells acquired earlier in a given game.
Moogles are called "Moguri" (モーグリ) in Japan. A portmanteau of the words "mogura" (土竜) and "koumori" (蝙蝠), (mole and bat, respectively). This is fitting as moogles tend to have small eyes and red/purple wings.
Some games refer to moogles as "mogs", for no readily apparent reason. Mog is also often used as a stand-in word for moogle, even when moogle is the term used to describe the species in that particular game. In both Final Fantasy VI and IX though, two significant moogles were actually called Mog because that was their given name.de:Moogle