|The ten Moogles|
|Final Fantasy VI Character|
- The following article is based on a subject that has not been officially named in any official Square Enix material; the current title is merely a placeholder.
- "Moogles... Are you saying you want to help?"
- —Locke Cole
The Ten Moogles are a group of moogles that are temporary playable characters in Final Fantasy VI. The Ten Moogles live in the Narshe Mines where they help Locke Cole and Mog defend Terra Branford from the Narshe Guards. The moogles are given different names, which are re-translated in the Game Boy Advance version, truer to their original names in Japanese.
The moogles act as "place-fillers" for many of the main playable characters; they share the character slots of most of the playable characters, and are replaced by them when they are introduced in the story. This is the reason for the two glitches explained below.
- Molulu (モルル, Moruru?) (Kuku in the SNES version) is a member of Mog's party who fights alongside of him. Background information, not revealed in the game itself, states that Molulu is Mog's girlfriend. She is easily the weakest moogle to fight in the scenario, and wields a Chain Flail. The Moogle Charm relic is a crystal ball she has given him; this is more evident in the Game Boy Advance version, where the relic is called "Molulu's Charm". Molulu is the place-filler for Sabin.
- Moghan (モグタン, Mogutan?) (Kutan in the SNES version) is a member of Mog's party. He can be obtained as a replacement for Celes due to a bug in the game if Locke is able to pass the Imperial soldier guarding the exit in South Figaro during his scenario. Moghan starts off wielding a Mythril Blade. If the bug is executed, Moghan will be a worthless party member; unable to do anything but Attack and with fixed equipment; he starts out bad. Later, Moghan is automatically unequipped just before the Opera scene, and is given Celes's sprite afterward. Moghan is the place-filler for Celes.
- Moguel (モグール, Mogūru?) (Kupan in the SNES version) is a member of Mog's party. He wields a Moonring Blade. Moguel is the place-filler for Strago.
- Mogsy (モグシン, Mogushin?) (Kushu in the SNES version) is a member of one of the three moogle parties. He wields a Chocobo Brush. Like Mog, he is the default party leader of his group. Mogsy is the place-filler for Relm.
- Mogwin (モグポン, Mogupon?) (Kurin in the SNES version) is a member of the anonymous moogle party. He wields a Mythril Spear. Mogwin is the place-filler for Setzer.
- Mugmug (ムグムグ, Mugumugu?) (Kuru in the SNES version) is a member of the anonymous moogle party. He wields a Mythril Blade. Mugmug is the place-filler for Gau.
- Cosmog (ズモモグ, Zumomogu?) (Kamog in the SNES version) is a member of the anonymous moogle party. He wields a Boomerang, which is easily the most powerful weapon any of the moogles use. Due to a bug, his equipment is removed after the Floating Continent crashes and added to the player's inventory. Cosmog is the place-filler for Gogo.
- Moglin (モグリン, Mogurin?) (Kupek in the SNES version) is a member of Locke's party. He wields a Mythril Spear. Moglin is the place-filler for Cyan.
- Mogret (モグプウ, Mogupū?) (Kupop in the SNES version) is a member of Locke's party. He wields a Morning Star. Mogret is the place-filler for Shadow.
- Moggie (モグッチ, Mogutchi?) (Kumama in the SNES version) is a member of Locke's party. He wields a Mythril Claw. Moggie is the place-filler for Edgar.
The moogles have no special battle commands, and like all temporary characters they do not have a Desperation Attack. They are all equipped with a Buckler for a shield, and have varying equipped weapons as listed above. The moogles all have terrible stats and low HP compare to Mog, but their strength lies in their weaponry they have equipped. These weaponry are powerful, especially having them this early in the game. The player should be wary of fighting the Megalodoth, their Snowstorm spell takes roughly around 40 HP from all characters.
- In the Dawn of Souls and all subsequent remakes of the original Final Fantasy, Kuku is one of the automatic names the player can choose for the White Mage Job.
- In the popular graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim, one of the fictional bands is named Kupek, which is also the name under which the comic's creator, Bryan Lee O'Malley performs as a musician.
- In Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance, Moglin is an opponent in the Final Cup in Flick Rush.
- In Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, one of the moogle shop owners is named Moglin.