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A man shrouded in strange clothing... Or perhaps a woman? Perhaps not even human at all...
—Game description

Gogo is a playable character in Final Fantasy VI. They are an optional character, only found in the World of Ruin, and is a skilled mime.

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AppearanceEdit

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Gogo wears many layers of clothing and has their face covered so well it is unclear who Gogo is, or even what gender. On inspection, it appears Gogo is wearing a myriad of designs and pieces of clothing which resemble the rest of the cast to varying extents. Gogo's color scheme is yellow, red and green, they wear an elaborate head gear that covers them entirely apart from the part left open for the eyes; the headgear has a protruding horn-like appendage on the left and feathers. Gogo is draped in exquisite robes with beads and tassels, and has shoes with pointed tips. Yoshitaka Amano's concepts portray Gogo with facial makeup similar to that of Gilgamesh.

PersonalityEdit

From what can be seen from the only lines Gogo has when the party meets them, Gogo is a master Mime who has seen few humans since they have been inside the Zone Eater, and dislikes being idle from mimicking. Gogo has shown to have an actual personality besides miming, as they have a normal conversation with the party before joining them.

Although the Japanese version states that it is difficult to see whether Gogo is male or female, they do use the masculine pronoun ore, and speak in an all-round masculine speech register. Gogo's gender is never revealed within the game or any Final Fantasy VI media, although Gogo is considered a male according to the unused shop price modifiers.

StoryEdit

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Gogo lives in the stomach of the Zone Eater on Triangle Island. To obtain them, the party must let the Zone Eater eat them, where they can head to the room where Gogo awaits.

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Gogo mimicking Celes.

In the ending, Gogo has to mimic Celes Chere as she presses switches, because they open in a set. When they leave the room, Gogo, while still trying to mimic Celes's moves, goes to the right and comically falls into a pit, and is not clearly seen on the airship. Gogo does, in fact, escape in the airship with the rest of the party, though they are only visible for a split-second, along with the other secret character Umaro.

IdentityEdit

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Gogo joins the party.

Who Gogo is, is left a mystery. There are several fan theories as to Gogo's identity, such as being one of several characters whose fates after the end of the world are unknown, such as Darill, Emperor Gestahl, Banon, Famed Mimic Gogo from Final Fantasy V, or someone else. Most of these theories carry little actual evidence.

Gogo is likely a reference to, and shares many similarities with, the boss Famed Mimic Gogo in Final Fantasy V. Their abilities work the same as Mimes' did in Final Fantasy V and the name of Gogo's Desperation Attack, Punishing Meteor, could refer to the Famed Mimic Gogo, who counters all attacks with an attack of his own, essentially "punishing" the party for failing to mimic him properly (i.e. doing nothing). If the Famed Mimic's HP gets too low, he triple-casts Meteor almost certainly killing the party.

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GameplayEdit

FF6 iOS Gogo Sprites

Gogo is a Mime whose Mimic ability can repeat the last action, and can equip three abilities from any character when equipped via the menu. To balance their versatility, his stats are subpar, and their equipment is limited to rods, some daggers, maces, universal shields, and lightweight caps and robes. Gogo's Desperation Attack is Punishing Meteor that deals magical damage to one enemy.

Creation and developmentEdit

Amano Chibi Gogo

It was originally intended for Gogo to be found in any of the bars in the World of Ruin disguised as one of the player characters not in the player's active party. Gogo would randomly cycle between the towns based on a timer and if the player managed to speak to them with the real character they were disguised as, Gogo would reveal themself and join the party.

The developers felt the quest was too difficult and changed this for the final version of the game.[2] This could possibly suggest that the Siegfried imposter was meant to be Gogo during development.

Musical themesEdit

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Gogo's theme is named after themself. It is the theme played inside the Zone Eater, and it is mixed into the ending.

Gogo's theme resembles to Fat Chocobo's theme from Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy III.

Other appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy IXEdit

Gogo is mentioned in the key item descriptions for the Mini-Brahne figurine, as well as the Magical Fingertip description.

Final Fantasy Airborne BrigadeEdit

Gogo is an ally and a summonable Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade.

Final Fantasy Trading Card GameEdit

Gogo appears with water-elemental cards. Though Gogo isn't associated with water in Final Fantasy VI, the "Famed Mimic Gogo" is fought underwater in Final Fantasy V.

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TriviaEdit

FFVI Pink Gogo Sprite
  • Gogo's Tent sprite in the iOS/Android version looks like a circus tent.
  • In the Dreamscape, there's a bug that will change Gogo's palette into pink.
  • Gogo has a placement on the Blackjack, but it can only be seen by hacking Gogo into the party or using the Airship glitch. S/he uses the same line as the one when s/he's inside the Falcon.

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