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    A Tonberry is a mysterious creature from the Final Fantasy series. It made its first appearance in Final Fantasy V ("Dingleberry" in the North America localization); in Final Fantasy VI they were known as "Pugs" in the North American release. Tonberries are often found in caves or ruins, and frequently guard coveted treasure or valuable items. A Tonberry is quite small, usually no larger than two or three feet (sixty to ninety centimeters) tall. Appearing quite harmless, it has green skin and a round head with a small snout and round yellow eyes; it walks on two legs and resembles, to some small degree, a bipedal lizard, or, to a greater extent, a green sock puppet. However, it always wears a hooded cloak, usually plain brown or grey in color, and its dolphin-like tail can be seen peeking out from beneath the hem. A Tonberry always carries two things: a lantern in one hand to light its way through the caves, and a long, sharp butcher's knife in the other. Stronger versions of the Tonberry have a glowing star above their head (VII) or a crown, to symbolize the Tonberry King (VIII, XI). Lore from some of the Final Fantasy games suggests that Tonberries possess a great rage
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    Cactuars are small cactus-like creatures from the Final Fantasy series of role-playing game. Cactuars (also known as Cactuer, Qactuar, Qactaur, Sabotender, and Cactrot) are typically depicted having stiff arms and legs, three black dots on their faces representing two eyes, an oblong mouth and three red quills at the top of their heads. They have their own language (mostly consisting of variations of the word "Ge-ka", which resemble squawks and warbles to the ear). A Cactuar also cannot stand getting wet, as it weakens them. They are best known for their defensive attack, 1000 Needles (also called Blow Fish), which does exactly 1000 hit point of damage to an opponent, regardless of defenses. There was a Jumbo Cactuar in Final Fantasy VIII and Final Fantasy X-2 which was probably 10-20 times larger than the average Cactuar, wore a moustache (in Final Fantasy VIII) and demonstrated the 10,000 Needles attack, which instantly killed any player character (the maximum number of hit points for playable characters in the Final Fantasy series prior to Final Fantasy X being 9999). Their Japanese name derives from "Saboten Pretender", saboten meaning cactus. It refers to their ability to
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    A chocobo (チョコボ, chokobo) is a fictional creature from the Final Fantasy video game series by Square and Square Enix. The creature is a large and normally flightless bird with a resemblance to galliformes and ratites, capable of being ridden and otherwise used by player characters during gameplay. Chocobos first appeared in Final Fantasy II and have been featured in almost all subsequent Final Fantasy games, as well as making cameo appearances in numerous other games. A spin-off Chocobo series featuring chocobos has also been created. While most chocobos that appear in the games are yellow, certain rare breeds are of different colors and have special abilities, including being able to fly or use magic. Chocobos are also occasionally used as lightly armored war mounts, assisting their riders in battle with their beak and claws. A comic relief variant is the Fat Chocobo (or Chubby Chocobo) character; an extremely obese yellow or white chocobo that can eat the player's items for storage. The onomatopoeia for a chocobo's call is "kweh" (クエ, kue) (sometimes replaced with "wark" in English translations or more recently pronounced as "kway"). The chocobo was created by Koichi Ishii, a
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    are small creature that appear throughout the Final Fantasy, Mana (Seiken Densetsu) 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 say when they talk (it is actually a sound they make), more commonly to finish a sentence (for example, "What a beautiful day, kupo!"). Moogles, along with chocobo, are often considered the mascot 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." This Mognet system will also
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