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Chocobo's Paradise is a location in Final Fantasy IX.
Chocobo's Paradise is a realm where chocobos can live free, under the rule of the Fat Chocobo. It can only be found by using a Dead Pepper on the mountainside of an unmarked island in the northwest corner of the world map.
The chocobo seated to the left of Fat Chocobo will give the party 99 Dead Peppers. All the rest of the chocobos, including the two near the entrance, provide clues as to the whereabouts of hidden treasures in the world the party can find by using Dead Peppers.
After collecting all treasures in the world with the help of Chocographs, Zidane's chocobo, Choco, is asked to stay at the Paradise, but Choco chooses to stay with Zidane until his task has been completed.
If the player returns to Chocobo's Paradise after finding all Chocograph treasures and the hidden bubbles and mountain cracks, including the Ultima Weapon and Mognet Central, Fat Chocobo will give his Tetra Master card when spoken to. If the player returns and tries to challenge him to a card game, he will tell Zidane to visit every beach. The player can then visit every beach in Gaia, dismount the chocobo and press the button. A chime will play in confirmation. On the last beach, the player's HP and MP will be restored. The player can now do this at any time: go to a beach to be instantly healed.
If the player challenges the Fat Chocobo to a card game he will accept and say that a traveler once taught him how to play. Not surprisingly, all his cards are chocobos. There is a very rare chance to win either a Mog or Boco card from him. Some of the other chocobos on the island also play cards. If the player failed to get a card from a Chocograph or a hidden chocobo treasure because their card quota was full, Fat Chocobo will give the player back these discarded cards after all treasures have been found.
Other appearances Edit
食う / くう / kuu is a rough way to say "eat", whose volitional casual form is 食え / くえ / kue ("let's scoff 'em down!"), leading to Kweh!
Paradise is a religious or metaphysical term for a place in which existence is positive, harmonious and eternal. Paradise is often described as a "higher place", the holiest place, in contrast to this world, or underworlds such as Hell.
- The blue chocobo's dialogue lines change if the player keeps sliding down the slide; his dialogue will change every increment of three the player slides down, up to ten times.