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A pointy hat made of felt. Its rabbit fur trim provides warmth, but its brimless design leaves something to be desired on rainy days.
—Description, Bravely Default.

Pointy Hat (とんがり帽子, Tongari Bōshi?), also known as Pointed Hat or Steepled Hat, is a recurring hat in the series.


Final Fantasy IXEdit


Hats worn by mages.

Steepled Hat is a low-ranked hat that provides 9 Magic Defense, +1 Strength, and teaches the ability Protect. It can be bought for 260 gil at Lindblum (disc 1), Burmecia, Summit Station, and Black Mage Village (disc 2/3), or stolen from Black Waltz 2 and Black Waltz 3. It can be equipped by everyone except Steiner and Freya.

Final Fantasy XIIEdit

XII Pointy Hat is a low-ranked mystic armor helmet that requires the Mystic Armor 2 license to equip, and provides 6 Magic Evade and +2 Magic. It can be bought for 300 gil at Rabanastre, Dalmasca Westersand, Barheim Passage, Nalbina Fortress, Bhujerba, and Dreadnought Leviathan, or stolen from Wolf (3% chance) or Alpha Wolf at Dalmasca Estersand (3% chance).

In the International version, it now provides +16 MP as well in addition to the original bonuses, and can be bought for 300 gil at Rabanastre, Nalbina Fortress, and Barheim Passage, stolen from Wolf and Alpha Wolf (3% chance), or found at Barheim Passage (Op Sector 29 and Op Sector 37) and Phon Coast (The Vaddu Strand).

Bravely DefaultEdit

BD Pointy Hat is a low-ranked hat that provides 1 Defense, 1 Magic Defense, and +1 Magic. It can be bought for 20 pg at Ancheim.

Final Fantasy DimensionsEdit

FFD Pointy Hat is a low-ranked hat that provides 2 Defense, 3 Magic Defense, 1 Magic Evade, +1 Intelligence, and +1 Mind.

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Pointed hats have been a distinctive item of headgear of a wide range of cultures throughout history. Though often suggesting an ancient Indo-European tradition, they were also traditionally worn by women of Lapland, the Japanese, the Mi'kmaq people of Atlantic Canada, and the Huastecs of Veracruz and Aztec (illustrated e.g. in Codex Mendoza).

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