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Mootie is a newborn summon creature with a dragon-like appearance. He is purple with red eyes and has purple-gold armor with a purple gemstone around his left horn.
In the original version, he had a small gold crown on his left horn.
While Mootie is not an active party member, he can support the party in battle with a specific signet chosen from the player's friends list. Different types of signets may be used time to time, depending on what was equipped by Morrow in the first slot.
Mootie will become stronger as the party level increases, reaching 4000+ with a normal attack and above 800 MP if the party is Lv 70 and above.
Mootie can be obtained as a non-elemental summon after defeating the final boss.
His special attack is Dragon's Cry, which lowers the attack, magic, and speed stats for three turns to all enemies and inflicts delay for a single turn. Summoning Mootie costs 2 point from the Consumption Gauge.
Mootie allows the wielder to use the following abilities:
- Nanoflare I
- Nanoflare II
- Nanoflare III
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Mootie is fought as a boss during the first chapter inside the Phantom Beast King's Palace.
In the original free-to-play version of the game Morrow, Aemo, and Wrieg encountered Mootie inside of the Phantom Beast King's Palace in the first chapter. Once the party spotted him, he attacked them out of fear. After Morrow and the others weaken Mootie, Mootie casts Nanoflare on the party, causing them to fall to the ground. After the battle, Mootie prepares to cast Nanoflare once more, but Morrow manages to calm down the young summon in time. Morrow and the others speak to Mootie and persuade the creature to join them. This story element was removed from the premium version of Final Fantasy Dimensions II.
Other appearances Edit
Mootie appears on a Triple Triad card in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances Edit
Rise of Mana Edit
Mootie, Morrow, and Aemo appeared as part of collaboration event.