Time mages are known to be fond of these pointy hats.
Wizard's Hat (三角帽子 or さんかくぼうし, Sankakuboushi?), also known as Triangle Hat, Magus Hat, and Gaea. It is a recurring hat in the Final Fantasy series, which usually is exclusive to mage-type classes. It sometimes offers bonuses to magic stats.
A traditional hat brimming with magic.
Wizard's Hat is the third best hat, being surpassed by Sage's Mitre and the Ribbon. It provides +4 Defense, +1 Weight, +10 Evasion, and +5 Intelligence, and only appears in the PSP/iOS versions, in Whisperwind Cove. Only the mages may equip this.
Cap made from special thread.
Wizard's Hat, also called Gaea in the older translations, is a mid-rank hat, equippable only by the mages. It is part of Palom and Porom's starting equipment in the 3D version. It can be bought in Mysidia for 700 gil, and it provides +3 Defense, +5 Magic Defense, -3 Evasion, +5 Magic Evasion, and +3 Spirit and Intelligence. Oddly enough, Tellah is unable to equip it in the 3D version.
In the Easy Type version, it was renamed to Magic Hat.
Wizard's Hat returns in the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. It can be equipped by Cecil, Rosa, Palom, Porom, and Rydia. It is initially equipped by Palom. It has a defense of 3, magic defense of 5, evasion of -3, magic evasion of 5 with a bonus of +3 Spirit & Intelligence.
Cap sewn with a special thread.
Wizard's Hat is a mid-rank hat which provides +4 Defense, +2 Magic Defense, +5 Magic Evasion, and +1 Magic, with a Weight of 2. It can be bought in Regole, Quelb, Castle of Bal, and Castle Surgate for 1,500 gil. It can be dropped from Gilgamesh, and dropped or stolen from Mini Magicians.
The Magus Hat is a mid-rank hat which provides +15 Defense, +16 Magic Defense, and +5 Magic. It can be bought from Mobliz, Nikeah, Narshe, and Kohlingen for 600 gil. It can be equipped by Terra, Celes, Mog, Strago, Relm, and Gogo.
The Magus Hat is a low-rank hat which provides +10 Magic Defense and raises Ice Elem-Atk. It can be bought in Burmecia, Summit Station, Black Mage Village (disc 2/3), Cleyra, and Lindblum (disc 2) for 400 gil. It can be equipped by Zidane, Vivi, Dagger, Quina, Eiko, Cinna, Marcus, and Blank.
The Wizard's Petasos can be equipped by Black Mages at level 60. It boosts Defense by 20, MP by 25, Intelligence by 4, lightning elemental affinity by 10, and reduces enmity by 4. It is obtained by completing the Black Mage Artifact Armor quest, "The Root of the Problem".
A Wizard's Hat appears as an adornment for monsters. It doesn't offer any bonuses for the monster and acts only as a cosmetic change. It can be bought from Chocolina's shop for 75 gil in the DLC version of the Coliseum, but there must be at least one Coliseum challenge available.
A hat adorned with a magick symbol.
Wizard's Hat (Triangle Hat in the PS version) is a low to mid-rank hat that can be bought for 2,100 gil. It provides +40 HP, +12 MP, and +1 Magick.
This pointed cap is a classic wizard's hat.
Wizard Hat is a mid-rank hat that provides +3 Defense, +1 Magic, and +10 Magic Resistance. It can be obtained as a random reward for completing a mission, or as a reward for Mixed Treasure Hunts.
Wizard's Hat is a mid-rank hat that teaches Item Lore to Alchemist and Ranger. It provides +3 Defense, +1 Magick, and +12 Resistance, and can be bought for 810 gil in the shop after creating it in the Bazaar after using a Soul Ceffyl, Tanned Hide, and Velvet.
Wizard Hat is a mid-rank hat that requires the Hellish Cap scroll. It provides +30 Defense and +15 Magic.
Chapeau depicting a crescent moon, the symbol of magic. For Yukes only.
Wizard Hat (Demon Hat in the Japanese version) is a high-ranked headgear that can only be used by Yukes. It provides 24 defense, 5 magic, and 15 magic defense at level 1, while at level 30 it provides 61 defense, 12 magic, and 42 magic defense. It also provides +5 to Stun resistance and +10 to Spacetime and Dark resistance, has one empty slot, and comes with the ability MDEF Boost 2.
It must be obtained from the Mimic at the Gate on normal, and then created for 320 gil by using Black Gold x2, Black Silver x2, and Sulfur Dust x3. When turned into a jewel, a level 3-9 Wizard Hat makes a Magic Stone 2, level 10-19 makes a Spirit Stone 3, and level 20-30 makes a Magic Stone 5.
The Wizard's Hat is a level 22 helmet that provides +108 Bravery. It can be obtained by trading 3,020 gil.
Ladies and gentlemen! I would like to hear your thoughts on a particular matter. Which hat makes a mage look more his or her part? In my humble opinion, there is no equal to the wizard's hat when it comes to representing mages. Did wizards and witches not don these hats in ancient texts we know? Not only does it uphold the traditional image of a mage, but it also helps its wearer to focus magical energy. Could there be a better option than this?
Magician. Wizards in fantasy literature and RPGs often draw from the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, whose Wizards of Middle-earth are a group of beings outwardly resembling Men but possessing much greater physical and mental power. Each Wizard has robes of a characteristic color, Gandalf the Grey being a quintessential example.Wizard is another name for a
It has also been known as Magus Hat.Magus is the Latin word for "wizard". Its plural is Magi.
Gaia or Gaea was the goddess or personification of Earth in ancient Greek religion, one of the Greek primordial deities. Gaia was the mother of all: the heavenly gods, the Titans and the Giants were born from her union with Uranus (the sky), while the sea-gods were born from her union with Pontus (the sea). The Greek word "γαῖα" (transliterated as gaia or gaea) is a collateral form of "γῆ" meaning Earth. Her equivalent in the Roman pantheon was named Gaea (Terra in more ancient documents). This is alluded to in Final Fantasy IX with the existence of Gaia's twin world.
The mythological name Gaia was revived in 1979 by James Lovelock, whose Gaia hypothesis proposes that living organisms and inorganic material are part of a dynamic system that shapes the Earth's biosphere, and maintains the Earth as a fit environment for life. In some Gaia theory approaches the Earth itself is viewed as an organism with self-regulatory functions. This theory is especially alluded to in Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within's take on Gaia as the planet's soul.