- This article is about the Final Fantasy XII character. For the Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles character, see Hurdy & Gurdy.
Gurdy (ガーディ, Gādi?) is the only sister of Montblanc and twin of Hurdy. She is a moogle involved with chocobo rentals. In all of her artwork she wears a dress with over-sized sleeves and a white flower on her head.
Gurdy is also referred to as Chocobo Seller Gurdy (チョコボ屋ガーディ, Chokoboya Gādi?).
Gurdy runs the chocobo ranches across Ivalice. If the player doesn't ever talk to Gurdy and refuses the offer of a free chocobo in Jahara, the player gets an extra scene in Mt. Bur-Omisace where Gurdy will ask why the party is avoiding chocobos.
The player can obtain Gurdy's sprite for Sky Pirate's Den after spending over 1,000,000 Gil. The title for this sprite is "Spendthrift".
Gurdy's Chocobo Stable LocationsEdit
- Rabanastre Gates
- Nalbina Fortress
- Mt. Bur-Omisace
- Phon Coast Hunters' Camp
- Balfonheim Sea Breeze Lane
The moogle next to the girl who resembles Ritz Malheur (found at the beginning of the game) is speculated to be Gurdy. Her statue could also be obtained along with her five brothers, and is the second last statue to be obtained before Hurdy.
In the Side StoryEdit
In a side story of Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift, "Chapter 4: Hurdy Heads for the Hills", Gurdy was going to offer Hurdy a chocobo, but thought he couldn't ride one. Hurdy says he could ride a chocobo just fine, but doesn't ride them on principle. She also requests an accessory from him. Hurdy lastly mentions that Gurdy acts more like a mother than a sister.
Gurdy appears in the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game.
Both Hurdy and her twin brother are named after the musical instrument, Hurdy-Gurdy. In French, her name is Mandoline, which is similar to the Mandolin musical instrument, a type of lute, while her twin brother's name is Luth.
- Gurdy is one of the few moogles ever seen using their wings in Final Fantasy XII.
- During the Archadian attack to Mt. Bur-Omisace Gurdy isn't in the chocobo ranch, but if the player moves the camera facing the sky, she can be seen flying around, possibly hiding from the Imperial soldiers.