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FFAB Events are special occurrences in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade, and often change the dynamic of the game for the period during which they occur, whether by adding new enemies to the brigade's roster, or by allowing players access to rare or exclusive promotional weapons, abilities, or summon stones.

List of Past EventsEdit

Final Fantasy XIII-2 Incursion from ValhallaEdit

Incursion from Valhalla - FFAB Event

"Incursion from Valhalla" Special Event banner.

The space-time rift has allowed an Otherworld war giant to infiltrate our world, kupo! This isn't looking good...
—Moogle

This event began running on December 18th, 2012 at 7:00 PM, PST, and ended on December 25th, 2012 at 9:59 PM PST. This event's most prominent feature is the addition of Atlas as a potential boss to be fought by brigades. Players may encounter Atlas by exploring the most recent location that the player has discovered. Atlas may only appear at low levels as compared to normal espers, but even at these levels, it is a formidable foe, boasting over 1,000,000 HP at level 4. When a player battles Atlas, in addition to the normal reward of a wood chest for engaging a boss, the player will also earn roughly 1/100th of their damage worth of Crystal Points (CP).

Additionally, if Atlas is defeated, the contributing player will earn roughly 1/10th of their total damage to Atlas as CP, in addition to a a weapon scroll and 20 Experiopedias, usable in the other event running parallel to Incursion from Valhalla. The brigade that defeated Atlas will also earn a copper chest.

CP earned can be exchanged for a variety of special items during the event, but once the event ends, all CP earned is lost. Players may exchange their CP for either a Super Rare Weapon Scroll III (costing 250 CP for the first purchase and 1500 CP for subsequent purchases), an event exclusive silver chest (costing 50 CP for the initial purchase and 100 CP thereafter), an event exclusive gold chest (costing 200 CP initially and 1000 CP after that), or an event exclusive platinum chest (costing 500 CP for the first purchase and 2500 for subsequent purchases). These chests may give out scrolls, or weapons exclusive to Final Fantasy XIII-2. The four weapons that the player may obtain from this event are the Starseeker, the Flame Fossil, Romulus & Remus, and Sagittarius.

The former two weapons are ranked with a rarity of R and R+, and the latter two weapons are ranked at SR. The type and quality of weapons obtained depends on the chest the player chooses. The silver chest will grant players R and R+ weapons and scrolls, but will not allow the player to obtain the SR weapons. The gold chest will grant players one of the four weapons available in the event, but will not give the player any scrolls. The Platinum chest will grant the player a weapon of a quality of R+ and above, keeping the player from obtaining R quality weapons or scrolls.

Atlas is weak against weapons from Final Fantasy XIII-2, and such weapons used against him will receive an effective 3x bonus to their Attack and Defense. This bonus is stated to carry over to the next Final Fantasy XIII-2 event, held after Incursion from Valhalla ends, and the game suggests players enhance their Final Fantasy XIII-2 weapons. Furthermore, Pink Fragments, items obtained as login bonuses during this event, are stated to provide some sort of benefit to players during the next event, and were revealed to be tools for the evolution of weapons in the Chaos Bahamut Attacks event.

Winter Holiday CampaignEdit

Winter Holiday Campaign FFAB Event

"Winter Holiday Campaign" Special Event banner.

This event began running on December 18th, 2012 at 7:00 PM, PST, and ended on December 25th, 2012 at 9:59 PM PST. This event's main feature is the addition of certain characters from previous Final Fantasy games joining the player as an ally during questing and brigade combat. These allies are Lightning, Shantotto, Squall, Terra, and Cloud. The player begins with access only to Lightning at level 1, and players must level her up to level 20 in order to unlock the next character, who the player must in turn upgrade to level 20 in order to gain access to the next character.

Players level up their allies by using Experiopedias, won from Atlas or from daily brigade evaluations, and one Experiopedia translates into 150 EXP for the ally. Leveling allies further than 20 is also beneficial to the player, however, since the player will obtain one copy of an ally's summon stone for every 10 levels the ally gains, with the exception of level 90, which does not provide a summon stone, instead granting a summon stone at level 99. The combat abilities of the ally are also enhanced with additional levels.

Chaos Bahamut AttacksEdit

Chaos Bahamut Attacks - Airborne Brigade Event

"Chaos Bahamut Attacks!" Special Event banner.

This event began running on December 26th, 2012 at 7:00 PM, PST, reached its midpoint on January 6th, 2013 at 9:59 PM, PST, and ended on January 14th, 2013, at 9:59 PM PST. Like the earlier Incursion from Valhalla event, Chaos Bahamut Attacks is a crossover between Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade and Final Fantasy XIII-2. It features the addition of Chaos Bahamut as an enemy that may be fought. In addition, this event also features a special region that grants players special event weapons and summons upon completion of the areas, as well as a special type of chocobo.

Chaos Bahamut may be found by exploring special event areas, and, like Atlas, bears much more HP than an Esper of a comparable level. The player receives a small portion of their damage in CP, and will receive a larger portion if the Chaos Bahamut is defeated. Chaos Bahamut also grants the player special fragments used in evolving event weapons and abilities, with the quantity and quality of the fragments dependent on the amount of damage the player deals. There are three types of fragments: pink, blue, and purple. Blue fragments transform abilities, and pink and purple fragments transform weapons. It costs 10 fragments to evolve a R weapon or ability into a R+ weapon/ability, 200 fragments to transform a R+ ability or weapon to SR (thereby changing it to a different weapon or ability), and 100 fragments to transform a SR ability or weapon to SR+.

Four new areas exist in the Otherworld special region: the Archylte Steppe, the Bresha Ruins, Academia (Day), and Academia (Night). These areas require LP and provide EXP based on the overall level of the player. Additionally, red chocobos providing event-exclusive abilities may appear in these areas. Before the midpoint, only Archylte Steppe and Bresha ruins were available, and only the event-exclusive abilities Pain, Pain II, Area Sweep, Ultima Arrow, Ruin, and Ruinga could be found. After war the midpoint, Academia (Day) and Academia (Night) became available, as well as the abilities Wound, Woundga, Launch, Army of One, Armor Breaker, and Meteor Javelin.

CP earned in battle may be exchanged for a variety of chests or special scrolls, as with the previous event, with the initial and subsequent purchase prices remaining the same. A key difference is the addition of ability scrolls III that may be purchased at the same price as the weapon scrolls III. Unlike the Incursion from Valhalla event, players' total CP collected is listed on a scoreboard in comparison to other players. Players who score well will receive event exclusive weapons, summon stones, and backgrounds, as well as fragments and scrolls for evolving and upgrading, respectively. After the event, fragments may be sold at a rate of 1,000 gil per fragment.

Typhon Appears!Edit

Typhon Appears FFAB Event

"Typhon Appears!" Special Event banner.

This event began on January 16, 2013 at 7:00 pm PT, and ended on January 27, 2013 at 9:59 pm PT. This event marks the appearance of Typhon from Final Fantasy VI as a powerful Esper to be defeated by the players. Finding gate crystals to access space-time rifts in normal Quests will give players a chance to encounter and defeat him, as well as a chance for the normal esper battles. Defeating Typhon will net players Magicite Shards of different colors to be used in the transmutation of event-only weapons obtained from chests via CP. These weapons, in turn, give a bonus to damage when battling Typhon.

There are two new key features that distinguish the Typhon event from previous events. One of these is a change to the number of evolution items required in order to transmute event weapons, with the number required starting high and decreasing gradually as the player limit boosts the item they want to evolve, thus sacrificing weapons of equal quality in order to allow one to increase in quality easier. Another difference is the addition of rewards based on the amount that players have defeated Typhon. These rewards grant players access to magicite, or parts of the Blackjack of Final Fantasy VI that players may customize their Airship with in the Config menu.

Deathgaze's OnslaughtEdit

Deathgaze's Onslaught Event pt 01

Deathgaze's Onslaught" (part 1) Special Event banner.

Deathgaze's Onslaught Event pt 02

"Deathgaze's Onslaught!" (Part 2) Special Event banner.

A path to a new area has opened up, kupo! The Espers are restless... I got a bad feeling about this, kupo!
—Moogle

This event consisted of two parts. Part One began on January 29, 2013 at 7:00 pm PT and ended on February 04, 2013 at 9:59 pm PT while Part Two began on February 04, 2013 at 10:00 om PT, ending on February 11, 2013 at 09:59 pm PT. Deathgaze from Final Fantasy VI was the boss that brigades were asked to defeat, who was encountered in the Otherworld along with other Espers. In order to fight him, player had to encounter a space-time rift while doing quests in the new areas.

Each event part quest happened in different places of the Otherworld. Part one quests were located in the "Opera House" and the "Passage of the Eidolons" areas under the siege of Ultros, while Kefka was the boss in the "Narshe" and the "Floating Continent" quest areas in part two.

Both Parts brought new abilities and weapons to the list, which only could have been obtained by buying chests after collecting CPs from the brigade battles against Deathgaze and the Espers as well as from Red Chocobo flocks. Weapons and Abilities obtained from chests in part one were different to the ones obtained in part two.

From brigade battles players were able to collect CPs, Falcon parts for their balloon and Magicite Shards, which were used to evolve the weapons and abilities obtained in battle and quests. After completing the quest areas, you were rewarded an "Opera House" and a "Narshe" background in each part of the event.

Calamity from the SkiesEdit

Calamity From the Skies Event

"Calamity from the Skies" Special Event banner.

Jenova's awfully powerful, kupo! You'll need the Legends' help to beat it, kupopo! The more you summon 'em, the more friendly they'll become, kupo.
—Moogle

This event began running on February 13th, 2013 at 7:00 PM, PT, and ended on February 25th, 2013 at 9:59 PM PT. It introduced Jenova∙LIFE as a brigade battle boss.

The Legends mentioned by Moogle are Cloud, Tifa, and Aerith, who were available as summon stones obtained by completing an event-related quiz or by successfully feeding Green Chocobo flocks.

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Mog informing the player about obtaining Legends.

A new rewarding system was introduced in which "the more you used them (i.e. summon stones), the more FFVII abilities you could earn". In simpler terms, event-related abilities are rewarded after using a specific summon stone X times (referred as "summon count").

Apart from the summon stones and the abilities obtained by means of Green Chocobos, new event-related weapons and transmutation items were introduced: Moonring Blade, Rising Sun, Yellow Megaphone and a Cheerphone which could only be evolved by using Yellow, Red or Blue Materia.

Midgar Sector 8 - 7 was available as a new quest area. Clearing it granted you a Tiny Bronco, a new airship model not released previously. No decoration items are available for this airship.

Operation JenovaEdit

Operation Jenova

"Operation Jenova" (part 1) event banner.

Operation Jenova pt 2

"Operation Jenova" extra event banner.

Defeat Jenova-LIFE and you'll get a Mako Reactor Key, kupo. Shut down the Mako Reactors to summon a special boss that gives 3 times the CP, kupopo!
—Moogle

Event announced on February 27th, 2013 through the official FFAB Facebook Fanpage.

The event consists of two parts and an a bonus (or "extra") one. Part one began on February 27th and ended on March 4th. The quest took place in Midgar Sector 5. Part 2 lasted from March 4th until March 11th and took place on Shinra Building. The extra quest began on March 11th and will end on March 17th.

In part one, players had to defeat the marauding Jenova-LIFE in order to get Mako Reactor Keys, which allowed them to shut down 3 different Mako Reactors and witness Jenova's transformation into its Death form. Each Mako Reactor grants players the possibility to obtain either STR, AGI or INT abilities. If a Mako Reactor is shut down, Jenova∙DEATH will appear and the reactor status will be offline. After defeating Jenova∙DEATH, the reactors will become available to shut them down again. Part two of this event was to be played by following the same game mechanics.

New FFVII abilities and weapons were available to be scored. Red, Blue and Yellow Materia were to be used when transmuting event-specific abilities and weapons.

The extra event introduced the possibility to score Black Materia, which was used to transmute some event-exclusive abilities and weapons. This type of Materia was only obtainable by defeating Jenova-SYNTHESIS.

Final Fantasy Special Event Parts 1 & 2 - Shattered WorldEdit

Shattered World

"Shattered World - Part 1" Event banner.

Final Fantasy Special Event Part 2 - Shattered World Brigade

"Shattered World - Part 2" Event banner.

The event was called "Shattered World" as announced on the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. Classic Final Fantasy characters were present in this event. Players joined forces with the Legendary Warriors to take down mighty EX bosses on their way to face Chaos himself. The event was separated into two parts, with the first event having begun on March 18th and succinctly ending its run on March 25th. The second part of the event began on March 25th following the departure of the first part and will last until April 1st. An extra event was announced, which lasted from April 1st to the 8th.

Prior to the event's commencement, players were allowed to pre-register for it. Pre-registered signups for the event happened from 3/13 to 3/18 and guaranteed pre-registered players a Crystal Blade (SR) as a reward.

Allies were reintroduced in this event and some needed to be rescued prior to usage in a player's party. Clearing an area unlocked a Legendary Warrior in the Moogle Saloon. The Legendary Warriors participating in the first part of the event were Onion Knight, Bartz, Cloud and Zidane. The second part of the event featured Shantotto and Lightning. The Warrior of Light joined parties as an exclusive log-in bonus. Princess Sarah was unlocked upon defeating Chaos for the very first time. Gilgamesh was introduced as an ally in the second part of the event.

New areas were introduced, featuring locations from a legendary warrior's respective Final Fantasy game. For the first part of the event, players could traverse Eureka, the Big Bridge and the Planet's Core. For the second part of the vent, players had access to the Crystal World, Cape Riverne and the Sunleth Waterscape.

The Limit Break feature made it debut, allowing players to push the limits of their weapons and abilities beyond their boundaries, making them more powerful than before. To do so requires Dark Matter, which is obtainable from Xande, Diamond Weapon and Necrophobe.

Cid's Workshop was also introduced, which allowed players limited access to the creation of Crystal weapons (Crystal Blade, Crystal Gun, Crystal Bow, Crystal Staff) forged from Lusterless weapons, (Lusterless Sword, Lusterless Gun, Lusterless Bow, Lusterless Staff) which were obtained from Crystal Chests.

New abilities and weapons hailing from FFI, FFIII, FFV, FFVII, FFIX, FFXI and FFXIII were also made obtainable for players and could be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Red, Green and Blue Gems. New summon stones were obtained by fulfilling sub-events such as defeating Chaos a certain amount of times or by leveling allied heroes to a certain amount.

EX Time, a concept introduced in this event refers to periods of time wherein the power of Chaos increases. During this time, an event boss's stats are enhanced, making it a more difficult boss to triumph while also allowing the boss to give more rewards following its defeat. EX bosses vary per day.

Brigades also gained the ability to accumulate combos which allow players to receive an ATK boost. Combos are chained by attacking right after another brigade member and before the combo timer runs out. A normal attack will grant a +1 charge to the combo and an all-out attack will add a +3 charge to the combo.

Another introduced feature is that of Overdrives, wherein the player's newfound allies may unleash powerful moves to assist the player in defeating bosses. The Overdrive gauge needs to be charged up prior to its use and when it is full, all members of that brigade will be able to trigger an Overdrive.

  • Onion Knight: Once trigged, raises the whole party's ATK for 5 minutes.
  • Bartz: Obtain 1 extra type of Gem after defeating the event boss where the Overdrive is triggered.
  • Cloud: Once triggered, gives a big boost to the triggering player's ATK for 5 minutes.
  • Zidane: Obtain a Crystal Chest Key or Gems after defeating the event boss where the Overdrive is triggered.
  • Shantotto: Once triggered, slightly raises the whole brigade's ATK for 10 minutes.
  • Lightning: Once triggered, gives a giant boost to the triggering player's ATK.

SSR Weapon Exchange Criteria were revealed in the second part of the event. To claim an SSR Weapon, players need to obtain an SSR Weapon Claim Ticket. To get a claim ticket however, players must have leveled their allies for a total minimum of 300 levels. Once a player has obtained an SSR Weapon Claim Ticket, they need only redeem their SSR weapon by claiming it from an ally that is already level 99. However, if no allies are level 99, players cannot claim their SSR weapons, no matter how many claim tickets they may have already obtained.

Final Fantasy Special Event Parts 1 & 2 - ShowdownEdit

Showdown

"Showdown" Special Event banner.

Event announced on the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. No actual release date has been mentioned.

Players will have to defeat the bosses that stand between them and the epic final battle with Chaos.

Also, it was mentioned the arrival of SSR abilities granted by chocobo flocks, which have to be fed special treats for a shot at event bonus abilities. Certain kinds of treats might even net players SSR abilities that are even more powerful than SR+.

Also, logging in during this event will allow Kain to join your party as an exclusive bonus.

Final Fantasy Tactics Event The Lost TruthEdit

Part 1Edit

Final Fantasy Tactics Event Part 1 - The Lost Truth Brigade

"The Lost Truth - Parts 1 & 2" Special Event banner.

You've got to defeat Gaffgarion, turned monstrous in Ramza's eyes, and get Tactics Cards, kupo! Use them once you become Ramza yourself to fight your way through a mysterious world made from strange square tiles and advance the story toward its conclusion, kupo! I know you can do it, kupo!
—Moogle

The event was announced on May 1st, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. Part 1 began approximately on May 1st, 07:00 PM and ended its run on May 7th, 09:59 PM PT.

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The Durai Papers.

FFT The Lost Truth2 Brigade

Ramza chasing after Delita.

FFT The Lost Truth3 Brigade

Gaffgarion becomes monstrous.

After ousting Chaos from their world, there was a sudden commotion at the library that resulted in the burning of a section of the Otherworld chronicles, the Durai Papers. In order to restore this particular section, people have begun a ritual that would allow them to experience that particular charred history in order to restore the integrity of the book. The story begins when Ramza, the alleged true hero, is chasing after future king Delita and the kidnapped Princess Ovelia.

Prior to the event's commencement, players were allowed to pre-register for it. Pre-registered signups for the event happened from 4/22 to 5/1 and guaranteed pre-registered players a Gokuu Pole (SR) as a reward.

New areas were introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy Tactics. For the first part of the event, players were able to traverse Zeirchele Falls and for the second part of the event, players were able to explore Goug Lowtown.

New abilities and weapons hailing from Final Fantasy Tactics were made obtainable for players and were able to be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Omnilex, Battle Folio and Papyrus Codex. New summon stones were obtained by successfully feeding green chocobos and as a ranking reward following the end of the event. Ivory Pole (SSR) was the exclusive SSR weapon for this event.

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Tactics Card.

The Chocobo Farm was re-introduced after its debut in Final Fantasy Special Event Parts 1 & 2 - Showdown. In Part 1, feeding the chocobos allowed players to obtain the following event abilities: Magma Surge (SSR), Mincing Minuet (SR), Mincing Minuet (SR+), Witch Hunt (SR), Witch Hunt (SR+), Contortion (SR), Contortion (SR+), Sinkhole (SR), Sinkhole (SR+), Duskblade (SR), Duskblade (SR+), Shadowblade (SR) and Shadowblade (SR+).

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Tactics Stage.

Tactics Stage was a new feature exclusively introduced in this event. It involved players taking on the role of Ramza and ousting knaves in order to catch up to Delita and the kidnapped Princess Ovelia. In order to 'Do Battle!' in these stages, players needed to obtain Tactics cards that were won after defeating Gaffgarion. Defeating the bosses in the Tactics Stage yielded Crystal Chest Keys or Fresh Zegham Carrots.

The Tactics Cards that were utilized in this stage included the Attack card which allowed Ramza to attack one enemy, eventually changing itself into Hallowed Bolt, which raised the player's ATK, following an increased combo count. Then there was the Spin Fist card which attacks all enemies in a 1-square radius and was automatically used when surrounded by 2 or more enemies. Finally, there was the Ultima Card which attacked all enemies in a 2-square radius and was recommended for use when surrounded by 5 or more enemies.

Part 2Edit

The second part of the event was announced on May 7th, 2013 through the official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. Part 2 began approximately on May 7th, 10:00 PM and ended its run on May 14th, 09:59 PM PT.

Gaffgarion II was introduced in this event as an EX-boss alongside his non-EX form as the Esper(s) of the week.

Green Chocobos begin appearing once more in event areas, rewarding players with either the Ramza I or the Delita I summon stones upon successful feedings. The Agrias I summon stone was first introduced as a ranking reward upon conclusion of the event. The Gaffgarion I summon stone was first introduced as a brigade victory count reward.

Gastrophetes (SSR) is the new SSR weapon made exclusively available in this event.

Upon completion of the event with at least 6 brigade victories, players were rewarded with a special Black Chocobo Balloon airship.

Final Fantasy Tactics - Truth is ForeverEdit

Final Fantasy Tactics Event Truth is Forever Brigade

"Truth is Forever" Special Event banner.

PrologueEdit

The Durai Papers cover everything up to Ramza heading toward Golgollada Gallows, kupo. That's where the princess must be, kupo! You need to go there right away. There's just one small thing, kupo...
—Moogle

The event was announced on May 16th, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. The event is separated into three parts: the Prologue, the Main Story and the Extra Event. The Prologue began approximately on May 16th, 11:00 PM and ended its run on May 19th, 09:59 PM.

Following the recovery of two pages from the Durai Papers, players continued Ramza's journey to the Golgollada Gallows to save the Princess Ovelia from Gaffgarion's clutches and to recover the remaining pages of the Durai Papers. However, getting there was another story and going alone was too dangerous an alternative. So the King had decreed that only the strongest among the many brigades may enter the Otherworld. Thus, did the brigades compete amongst one another for the honor of rescuing the Princess.

Prior to the event's commencement, players were allowed to pre-register for it. Pre-registered signups for the event happened from May 9th, 7:00 PM to May 15th, 6:00 PM and guaranteed pre-registered players a Fuma Shuriken (SR) as a reward.

New areas were introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy Tactics. For the first part of the event, players were able to traverse Golgollada Gallows.

New abilities and weapons hailing from Final Fantasy Tactics were made obtainable for players and are able to be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Septieme, Chantage, Sortilege and Tynar Rouge. New summon stones were obtained by successfully feeding green chocobos and as a ranking reward following the end of the event. Rod of Faith (SSR) was the exclusive SSR weapon for the first part of the event.

The CP Vault was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Parts 1 & 2 - The Lost Truth. In the Prologue, exchanging CP for treasures chests allowed players to obtain the following event weapons: Ashura (R), Ashura (R+), Blind Dagger (R), Blind Dagger (R+), Iron Sword (R), Iron Sword (R+), Romandan Pistol (R), Romandan Pistol (R+), Shuriken (R), Shuriken (R+), Blaze Gun (SR), Blaze Gun (SR+), Fuma Shuriken (SR), Fuma Shuriken (SR+), Rune Bell (SR), Rune Bell (SR+), Shining Staff (SR), Shining Staff (SR+), Tigerfangs (SR), Tigerfangs (SR+) and Rod of Faith (SSR).

The Chocobo Farm was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Parts 1 & 2 - The Lost Truth. In the Prologue, feeding the chocobos allowed players to obtain the following event abilities: Bonecrusher (SSR), Invigoration (SR), Invigoration (SR+), Empowerment (R), Empowerment (R+), Aim +20 (SR), Aim +20 (SR+), Aim +1 (R), Aim +1 (R+), First Strike (SR), First Strike (SR+), Counter Tackle (R) and Counter Tackle (R+).

Quad-brigade battles were a new feature introduced in this event. Four brigades were to battle together to defeat special marauding bosses and the returning special boss, Gaffgarion. The top three victors from these brigades were able to move onwards through the event, gaining the opportunity to defeat a special boss with the added opportunity of gaining a lot of CP. For Stages 1-2, only the top 3 brigades were able to proceed onwards. For stages 3-4, only the top 2 brigades were able to proceed onwards.

Overdrives were re-introduced in this event following their debut in the Final Fantasy Special Event Parts 1 & 2 - Shattered World. They now add a bonus to the CP earned.

  • Ramza: Once triggered, gives a 1.5x boost to the triggering player's ATK.

The item inventory limit was expanded to 100 following the release of this event.

Upon completion of the event with at least 5 brigade victories, players were rewarded with a Gysahl Axe (SR+) x5. With at least 6 brigade victories, players were instead rewarded a Chocobo Staff (SR+) x5

Main StoryEdit

Rats! No princess at the gallows, kupo... Guess it's back to square one. But don't give up, kupo-- we're not out of leads just yet. Ramza's on his way to... Lionel Castle.
—Moogle

The event was announced on May 16th, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. The event is separated into three parts: the Prologue, the Main Story and the Extra Event. The Main Story began May 19th, 10:00 PM and will end its run on May 26th, 09:59 PM.

Upon reaching the Golgollada Gallows, the players and Mog find no trace of the Princess and her captor. Mog deduces that they must be at Lionel Castle, and thus do the brigades fight it out to determine who'll be the first to rescue Princess Ovelia. Amidst the fanfare of rescue, Mog mentions that the Durai Papers speak of the existence of an extremely dark dungeon somewhere inside the castle that may be explored for great rewards.

Due to a significant down-time error resulting in the loss of several hours of gameplay, players were granted 10x Ether as compensation.

New areas are introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy Tactics. For the second part of the event, players were able to enter the Lionel Castle Gate.

New abilities and weapons hailing from Final Fantasy Tactics are made obtainable for players and are able to be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Septieme, Chantage, Sortilege and Tynar Rouge. New summon stones are obtained by successfully feeding green chocobos and as a ranking reward following the end of the event. Glacial Gun (SSR) is the exclusive SSR weapon for the second part of the event.

The CP Vault is re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Parts 1 & 2 - The Lost Truth. In the Main Story, exchanging CP for treasures chests may allow players to obtain the following event weapons: Ashura (R), Ashura (R+), Black Quena (R), Black Quena (R+), Blind Dagger (R), Blind Dagger (R+), Iron Sword (R), Iron Sword (R+), Ninja Blade (R), Ninja Blade (R+), Bloodstring Harp (SR), Bloodstring Harp (SR+), Ninja Longblade (SR), Ninja Longblade (SR+), Rune Bell (SR), Rune Bell (SR+), Tigerfangs (SR), Tigerfangs (SR+) and Glacial Gun (SSR).

The Chocobo Farm is reintroduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Parts 1 & 2 - The Lost Truth. In the Main Story, feeding the chocobos allow players to obtain the following event abilities: Heaven's Wrath (R), Heaven's Wrath (R+), Judgment Blade (R), Judgment Blade (R+), Thunder Breath (R), Thunder Breath (R+), Celestial Void (SR), Celestial Void (SR+), Fire Breath (SR), Fire Breath (SR+), Northswain's Strike (SR), Northswain's Strike (SR+) and Tri-Breath (SSR).

Upon completion of an event stage, players are rewarded with valuable items. For every stage cleared, a Crystal Chest Key x1 is rewarded. For clearing stage 4, a Zegham Carrot DX x3 is rewarded. For clearing the Castle Gate, a Zegham Carrot DX x5 is rewarded. After clearing the Castle Gate, players may find themselves exploring the interior of the Deep Dungeon. For every Deep Dungeon floor that is cleared, Zegham Carrot DX x2 and Crystal Chest Key x1 are rewarded. For clearing every floor starting from B3 to B6, a Faerie Harp (SSR) x1 is rewarded.

Extra EventEdit

The event was announced on May 16th, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. The event is separated into three parts: the Prologue, the Main Story and the Extra Event. The Extra Event began May 26th, 10:00 PM and ended its run on June 2nd, 09:59 PM PT.

New areas were introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy Tactics. For the third part of the event, players were able to enter the Lionel Castle Interior.

Ramza was introduced as a new ally, and leveling him up to certain levels yielded specific rewards.

Final Fantasy III - Saronia Castle MysteriesEdit

Final Fantasy III Event - Saronia Castle Mysteries Brigade

"Saronia Castle Mysteries" Special Event banner.

The event was announced on June 4th, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. The event began June 4th, 7:00 PM PT and will end its run on June 16th, 06:59 PM PT. Prior to the event's commencement, players were allowed to pre-register for it. Pre-registered signups guaranteed pre-registered players a Light Tome (SR) as a reward.

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Rumor has it that Odin is waiting under Saronia Castle.

Beneath Castle Saronia is the lair of the war god Odin. Players must fight alongside the Warriors of Light and their brigades through the many enemies that stand between them and the war god's lair in order to prove their worth to Odin and receive his power.

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Defeat EX bosses to meet with Odin and gain his favor.

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After defeating several EX bosses, Odin will reveal himself.

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Explore the catacombs quicker by entering Rush Time.

In order to descend to Odin's lair, players must delve inside the Saronia catacombs. By defeating event bosses, players may advance further downwards into the catacombs, eventually arriving on the B5th floor where Odin lies in wait. Descending the catacombs is only possible after defeating an EX boss. The event boss available during this event is Garuda. The EX bosses available during this event are Kyklops, Blood Worm, Cyclops, Behemoth and Odin (Final Fantasy III).

New areas were introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy III. For this event, players are able to explore the Castle Saronia Environs.

New abilities and weapons hailing from Final Fantasy III are made obtainable for players and are able to be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Bomb Fragment, Antarctic Wind and Zeus Wrath. New summon stones are obtained by successfully feeding green chocobos. Magic Lance (SSR) is the exclusive SSR weapon for this event.

The CP Vault is re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Parts Prologue, Main Story and Extra Event - Truth is Forever. In the Saronia Castle Mysteries, exchanging CP for treasures chests allowed players to obtain the following event weapons: Thunder Lance (R), Thunder Lance (R+), Book of Light (R), Book of Light (R+), Dragon Lance (SR), Dragon Lance (SR+), Tome of Light (SR), Tome of Light (SR+) and Magic Lance (SSR).

Green Chocobos appear once more in event areas, rewarding players with any of the the newly introduced Ingus I (SR), Refia II (SR) and Luneth III (SR) summon stones upon successful feedings. The newly introduced Luneth 1 (SR) and the Arc (1) SR summon stones are obtained from defeating bosses a certain number of times.

The Chocobo Farm was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Parts Prologue, Main Story and Extra Event - Truth is Forever. A new feature has been added to the farm, in which abilities are now claimed by transcending several steps. Claiming an ability initially costs 100 mobacoin and lets players climb one step. There are now 6 steps overall and the rewards and the costs increase with each successive purchase. The following steps are associated with these costs and rewards:

  • Step 1 - 100 mobacoin and a (R), (R+), (SR), (SR+) & (SSR) ability x1
  • Step 2 - 300 mobacoin and a (R), (R+), (SR), (SR+) & (SSR) ability x2, Hi-Ether x1, SSR Drop Rate x2
  • Step 3 - 500 mobacoin and a (R), (R+), (SR), (SR+) & (SSR) ability x3, Hi-Ether x2, SSR Drop Rate x3
  • Step 4 - 900 mobacoin and a (R), (R+), (SR), (SR+) & (SSR) ability x4, Hi-Ether x3, SSR Drop Rate x5
  • Step 5 - 1500 mobacoin and a (R), (R+), (SR), (SR+) & (SSR) ability x6, Hi-Ether x5, SSR Drop Rate x7
  • Step 6 - 3000 mobacoin and a (R), (R+), (SR), (SR+) & (SSR) ability x10, Hi-Ether x10, SSR Drop Rate x10

In the Saronia Castle Mysteries, feeding the chocobos allow players to obtain the following event abilities: Blade: Ko (R), Blade: Ko (R+), Choke (R), Choke (R+), Clobber (R), Clobber (R+), Quicksand (R), Quicksand (R+), Viper Bite (R), Thunderstorm (R), Thunderstorm (R+), Viper Bite (R+), Heavenly Bolt (SR), Heavenly Bolt (SR+), Pain II (SR), Pain II (SR+), Royal Shock (SR), Royal Shock (SR+), Stomp (SR), Stomp (SR+), Thundara Sword (SR), Thundara Sword (SR+), Whirlpool (SR), Whirlpool (SR+) and Black Hole (SSR).

The overall ranking rewards for this event include the exclusive summon stone, Odin I (SR+), the exclusive SSR weapon, the Omnitome (SSR), the exclusive SR weapon, the Rune Bow (SR) and the background, Saronia Castle Environs Background.

Final Fantasy III - Cloud of Darkness Clash!Edit

Final Fantasy III Event - Cloud of Darkness Clash! Brigade

"Cloud of Darkness Clash!" Special Event banner.

First HalfEdit

The Cloud of Darkness has plunged this world into shadow, kupo! You've got to take that Cloud of Darkness down for good, kupo. Defeat the Cloud of Darkness and restore peace to this world, kupo!
—Moogle

The event was announced on June 25th, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. The event is separated into two parts: the First Half and the Second Half. The First Half began approximately on June 25th, 7:00 PM and will end its run on July 4, 10:59 PM. The Second Half began approximately on July 4, 11:00 PM, and will end its run on July 15, 10:59 PM.

The Cloud of Darkness has appeared to plunge the world into the shadows. In order to defeat the Cloud of Darkness, players must defeat the monster, Garuda and the Mages, Doga, Unei and Xande, to proceed. By defeating the Mages in battle, players will be able to face Cloud of Darkness in battle and restore peace to the world.

New areas were introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy III. For the first part of the event, players were able to traverse Doga's Grotto and Crystal Tower. For the second part of the event, Eureka (location) was added as a location.

New monsters and bosses introduced that are from Final Fantasy III include Doga, Unei, Doga's Clone, Unei's Clone and Cloud of Darkness. For the second half of the event, the Iron Giant was added as a superboss.

New abilities and weapons hailing from Final Fantasy III are made obtainable for players and are able to be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Arctic Wind, Bomb Arm, Heavenly Wrath and Earthen Drums. Millennium Rod (SSR) is the exclusive SSR weapon for the first part of the event. Dual Haken (SSR) is the exclusive SSR weapon for the second part of the event. Additionally, Hellish Claws (SSR) and Onion Sword (SSR) are available as ranking rewards for the first and second halves, respectively. The Lust Dagger (SSR) is available as a reward for 6 or more brigade wins in the second half of the event.

The CP Vault was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy III - Saronia Castle Mysteries. In the First Half, exchanging CP for treasures chests allowed players to obtain the following event weapons: Dual Tomahawk (R), Dual Tomahawk (R+), Light Rod (R), Light Rod (R+), Mage Masher (R), Mage Masher (R+), Cat Claws (SR), Cat Claws (SR+), Demon Axe (SR), Demon Axe (SR+), Omnirod (SR), Omnirod (SR+) Rose Harp (SR), Rose Harp (SR+) and Millennium Rod (SSR). In the Second Half, the Freezing Blade (SR, SR+), Behemoth Knife (SR, SR+), Serpent Sword (R, R+), Poison Dagger (R, R+), Rune Bow (SR, SR+), Wightslayer (SR, SR+), Amanokakoyumi (SR, SR+), Flame Rod (R, R+), Halberd (R, R+), Mythril Claws (R, R+), and Dual Haken (SSR) were added.

The Chocobo Farm was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy Tactics Event Truth is Forever - Extra Event. In the First Half, feeding the chocobos allowed players to obtain the following event abilities: Blind (R), Blind (R+), Boost (R), Boost (R+), Multi-Hit (R), Multi-Hit (R+), Blade Torrent (SR), Blade Torrent (SR+), Retaliate (SR), Retaliate (SR+), Shade (SR), Shade (SR+), Guiding Swipe (SSR) and Inferno (SSR). In the Second Half, feeding the chocobos granted the following event abilities: Gust Slash (R), Gust Slash (R+), Waterspout (R), Waterspout (R+), Aura Ball (R), Aura Ball (R+), Balefire (R), Balefire (R+), Cyclone (SR), Cyclone (SR+), Wave Cannon (SR), Wave Cannon (SR+), Hellfire (SR), Hellfire (SR+), Ultra Particle Beam (SSR), and Raze (SSR).

CP Bank is a new feature wherein attack event bosses stores CP within a crystal. The accumulated CP will be distributed to participating brigade members after defeating Cloud of Darkness. Brigade members may win 60-100% of the banked CP.

List of Ongoing EventsEdit

Final Fantasy VIII - The Sorceress's GardenEdit

First HalfEdit

Final Fantasy VIII Event - The Sorceress's Garden Brigade

"The Sorceress's Garden" Special Event banner.

Get a Key Card and infiltrate Galbadia Garden, kupo.
—Moogle

The event was announced on July 17th, 2013 through the Official FFAB Facebook Fanpage. The event is separated into two parts: the First Half and the Second Half. The First Half began approximately on July 17th, 7:00 PM and will end its run on July 25, 10:59 PM.

Everything is all and well at Balamb Garden where the special forces called SeeD resides. All of a sudden, Balamb Garden is forced into a state of disarray by none other than the invading Galbadia Garden. Players must traverse the gigantic Galbadia Garden alongside SeeD operatives to find three key cards they can use to open the many pathways they will encounter. Managing to clear all the pathways may yield the villain(ess) in charge of this surprise invasion. Accompanying the players on this operation are the following Legends also known as SeeD operatives: Squall Leonhart, Selphie Tilmitt and Rinoa Heartilly.

New areas are introduced, featuring locations from the game, Final Fantasy VIII. For the first part of the event, players are able to traverse Balamb Garden.

New monsters and bosses introduced that are from Final Fantasy VIII include Cerberus, G-Soldier, X-ATM092 and Edea. While attacking Edea, players may occasionally encounter Seifer Almasy unleashing a devastating attack on the brigade due in part to his role as the Sorceress's Knight.

New Summon Stones introduced that are from Final Fantasy VIII include Squall III (SR), Rinoa I (SR), Selphie II (SR) and Seifer I (SR+). The first three are obtained by utilizing the newly introduced feature SeeD Rank while the latter Summon Stone is obtained as a ranking reward.

New abilities and weapons hailing from Final Fantasy VIII are made obtainable for players and are able to be transmuted with the newly introduced transmutation items: Combat King Vol 10, Occult Fan Vol 10, Pet Pals Vol 10 and Weapons Mon Vol 10. Punishment (SSR) is the exclusive SSR weapon for the first part of the event. Additionally, Moogle Rod (SR) and Moogle Rod (SR+) are available as ranking rewards while Mooglerang (SSR) is available as a Brigade Victory reward upon 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 Brigade victories.

The CP Vault was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy III - Cloud of Darkness Clash!. In the First Half, exchanging CP for treasures chests allowed players to obtain the following event weapons: Blind Bow (R), Blind Bow (R+), Eight-Sided Pole (R), Eight-Sided Pole (R+), Iron Sword (R), Iron Sword (R+), Cardinal (SR), Cardinal (SR+), Conch Shell (SR), Conch Shell (SR+), Cutting Trigger (SR), Cutting Trigger (SR+), Zwill Crossblade (SR), Zwill Crossblade (SR+) and Punishment (SSR).

A new feature called SeeD Rank is introduced wherein players are able to claim rewards by increasing the SeeD ranks of their SeeD Legends to a certain level. Maximizing the SeeD ranks of all the available SeeD operatives to level 50 will reward players with the Ragnarok airship.

SeeD points used for increasing the ranks are obtained by successfully feeding chocobos:

  • Yellow Chocobos yield 100 pts. for each one fed
  • Red Chocobos yield 300 pts. for each one fed

The Chocobo Farm was re-introduced following its last appearance in Final Fantasy III - Cloud of Darkness Clash!. The farm introduces the new features: Step-Up and Chocobo Slots. When using Step-Up, players can pay MobaCoins to increase the rate at which feeding the chocobos their Zegham Carrots will yield more rare abilities. Each successive purchase leads to a further increased base rate. The following steps are associated with these costs and rewards:

  • Step 1 - 100 MobaCoin and a (R) or above x1
  • Step 2 - 400 MobaCoin and a (R) or above x2, SSR Drop Rate 1.25x
  • Step 3 - 1000 MobaCoin and a (R) or above x5, SSR Drop Rate 1.5x
  • Step 4 - 1600 MobaCoin and a (R) or above x8, SSR Drop Rate 1.75x
  • Step 5 - 2000 MobaCoin and a (R) or above x11, SSR Drop Rate 2x

When using Chocobo Slots, players are given the opportunity to match three chocobos of a certain color for a shot at scoring abilities, whether rare or not. In the First Half, feeding the chocobos will allow players to obtain the following event abilities: Angelo Rush (R), Angelo Rush (R+), Enaero (R), Enaero (R+), Ignus Fatuus (R), Ignus Fatuus (R+), Laser Eye (R), Laser Eye (R+), Angelo Cannon (SR), Angelo Cannon (SR+), Apocalypse (SR), Apocalypse (SR+), Degenerator (SR), Degenerator (SR+), Gravity (SR), Gravity (SR+), Angelo Strike (SSR) and Burning Rave (SSR).

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