Vegetable well-known as a chocobo's favorite food.
- —Description, Final Fantasy Tactics Advance
Gysahl Greens make their first appearance in Final Fantasy III. They can be bought in the town of Gysahl, whence they get their name, and can be used to summon the Fat Chocobo, who will store the player's items.
Loved by fat chocobos. Try using it where it smells of chocobo
Gysahl Greens, originally called Carrots in the SNES version and Gysahl in the PlayStation port, allows the player to summon Fat Chocobo on spots that smell like a chocobo. Gysahl Greens are sold in Fabul Castle, Troia, and Dwarven Castle for 50 gil each.
On the Easy Type version, it was renamed to Chocobo Vegetables.
When you want a Chocobo...
Gysahl Greens are a purchasable green, though its spelling varies in-game. The famous Gizzard Green is the same as a Gysahl Green. Gysahl Greens can be bought from the Chocobo Farm for 100 gil each and can be given to chocobos in battle in order to distract them. When used against allies, it heals 100 HP. Gysahl Greens are the lowest level greens, but can be fed to the chocobos in the stables to improve their speed and stamina for the Gold Saucer Chocobo Races.
Gysahl Greens can be used to summon Boko during battle. They can be bought from Chocoboy at any Chocobo Forest for 600 gil apiece. Once all Chocobo Forests have been completed, the Gysahl Greens can be bought from the chicobo at the Chocobo Sanctuary, for the same price.
Gysahl Greens can also be obtained from the Floor 5 card player in D-District Prison with a 1/16 chance.
Cures Berserk. Item has not effect in the field. Chocobo's favorite food.
Gysahl Greens allow the player to call Choco when used near chocobo tracks. Gysahl Greens can also be used to cure Berserk during battle. Gysahl Greens can be found as treasures during Chocobo Hot and Cold minigame and bought from Mene in Hot and Cold play sites.
When the player first visits Chocobo's Forest Mene will give the player a Gysahl Greens to call for Choco. If the player goes and sells the Gysahl Green back at Lindblum Mene will keep giving more Gysahl Greens until the player calls Choco.
Gysahl Greens are primarily used to have the player's chocobo dig up items while riding. Gysahl Greens are sold by vendors at Chocobo Stables. Like other greens, they can also be used as feed while raising chocobos.
A leafy vegetable favored by chocobos. The taste is slightly bitter, but quite palatable, even for humes. Thought to give chocobos a slight buzz.
Gysahl Greens are loot that can be bought in the Clan Shop in Rabanastre, from the Skyferry shops and from Dyce in Balfonheim. They are also dropped by chocobos. Using Gysahl Greens on wayward chocobos in certain locations will let the party ride them for 3 minutes. Thirty-three Gysahl Greens are also required at the Bazaar to make the Hermes Sandals, along with 15 Arcanas.
Chocobo love this leafy green! You will need one for every chocobo ride.
Gysahl Greens can be bought from Chocolina the merchant in the Bresha Ruins -005 AF- and are used to ride chocobos. While only one is needed to ride yellow chocobos, other breeds consume greens while riding, and throw the player off if they run out.
Gysahl Greens are also mentioned in multiple questions in the Brain Blast quiz.
Gysahl Greens can be obtained from various NPCs during the "Saving an Angel" mission in the Wildlands. They can also be grown in Canopus Farms after completing "A Father's Request" quest and take six hours to grow. Gysahl Green Salad is a medium heal meal (300 gil) at the Breezy Diner in Luxerion.
Wiz's Chocobo Outpost in the Duscae region sells crisps called "Gysahl Greens" among other chocobo-related merchandise.
Vegetable well-known as a chocobo's favorite food.
Gysahl Greens are one of the mission items.
Gysahl Greens increase the chances of hatching a different type of chocobo when hatching. They cost 100 gil and can be sold for 10, and can be bought at the shop in Keziah in the Togoreth Region. Ten are given upon talking to O'bane at the Chocobo Ranch.
Gyshal Greens are an item that activate during FMS if the player succeeds in calling a Chocobo, and ensures a good Chocobo will be called.
Gysahl Greens are a very essential item to the game. It can restore Chocobo's hunger gauge from dropping (either exploring, hunger traps or Leech (skill from Wraith family)), if Chocobo didn't eat and his gauge is completely depleted(0%), he will take 1 damage per step and will recover after he eats to refill the gauge (drinks can do the same, but restores only 5%).
- Gysahl Greens: Restore 50% of the hunger. If eaten while the hunger is maxed (100%), the size of hunger gauge is increased by 2%.
- Large Gysahl Greens: Restore 100% of hunger. If eaten while hunger is max, the size of hunger gauge is increased by 5%.
- Filling Greens: Fully restores hunger. Increase size of hunger 5%, regardless of the gauge (same effects goes to Expanding Drink).
- Stinky Greens: Restore 10% of hunger. Inflicts poison when eaten.
- Slimming Greens: Restore 10% of hunger. Decrease 5% of max hunger gauge (the similar ones is Shrinking Drink).
Non-Final Fantasy AppearancesEdit
Dragon Quest XEdit
Players will be able to meet Shantotto who wound up in the Dragon Quest X world after one of her magical experiments went awry. Players can help Shantotto get items like Gysahl Greens for her chocobo.