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Love and Kupo Nuts

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Quest giver
Moogle Suitor
Location
The Gold Saucer (X:5.0, Y:6.2)
Quest line
The Make it Rain Campaign (2018)


Level
15
Experience
Experience 0
Gil
Gil 0
Previous quest
Trouble in Paradise
Patch
4.3

This moogle suitor is in need of advice.
※This quest is available for a limited time only.

— In-game description


Rewards

Unlocks

Notes

  • There are three possible endings to this quest, determined by the player's dialogue choices. Only one specific combination will give the good ending, one will give the bad ending, and all others will give the average ending.
    • To get the good ending, players must select the following answers: "How about an innocent little prank?", "Celebrate with a toast of wine.", "You've come too far to give up.", and finally "You have to believe in yourself."
    • To get the bad ending, players must select the following answers: "You should reveal yourselves to them.", "Enjoy a quiet moment together.", and finally "Well, there are other fish in the sea."
  • "Good" answers are indicated by the player /winking upon selection.

Steps

  • Watch over the moogle lovers at the designated location.
  • Watch over the moogle lovers at the designated location.
  • Watch over the moogle lovers at the designated location.
  • Speak with the moogle suitor.

Journal

  • The moogles are free to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Gold Saucer at their leisure. As the moogle maiden runs off, excited to begin their romp through the grounds, the moogle suitor makes a confession. The purpose for their coming to the Saucer is so he can ask for her paw in marriage. Before that can happen, however, he wishes to take her on the perfect romantic outing, and he needs your help. Having laid bare his plans, he rushes after his love to Event Square.
    ※Please note that you will be unable to complete this quest after the seasonal event has ended. For details, please check the Lodestone.
  • Their outing will begin with the Moogle's Paw. Or so they think. When they arrive the machine is already in use. The moogle suitor suggests they patiently wait their turn, but so long as they remain hidden, the moogle maiden fears the patrons in front of them may never realize others are waiting. Fearing his lady love grows despondent, the moogle suitor excuses himself to seek your advice. He follows your words to the letter, and he seems to have please his companion as a result. Seeking a brief respite, they make for Wonder Square.
  • At last, they have a chance to rest. The view from the upper floor of Wonder Square is beautiful, and the moogle suitor intends to make the most of the moment. At a loss as to how to do that, he once again turns to you for sage council. Your plan seems to have worked. All things considered, the moogle maiden appears to be enjoying herself. They prepare to return to Entrance Square, where the moogle suitor plans to make a bold move.
  • You offer the moogle suitor a few final words of encouragement. Emboldened, he returns to the moogle maiden to profess his love, and ask her to marry him. The result it... not what you expected. But regardless of the dubious outcome, the couple is pleased with how the day turned out.
  • The moogle suitor did not woo his lady love as he had hoped, but he is not a quitter. As they plan to remain at the Gold Saucer a while longer, perhaps there is hope he will win her heart. With your help, or course.

Dialogue

Accepting the Quest

Moogle Maiden: I've never seen anything so colorful, so vibrant. I wish to see every ilm of this place, kupo. From top to bottom.

System: This quest contains branching sections, and the conclusion of this quest may differ depending on the choices you make. However, the rewards will remain the same.

Moogle Suitor: Thank you again for your help earlier. I wasn't expecting the owner to be so kind and understanding.

Moogle Suitor: Not only that, he's promised to ensure we can enjoy all the games without having to be seen.

Moogle Suitor: Yes, today is certain to be a wonderful day, kupo! Isn't that right, snookums? / Ah, fancy meeting you here again. We were just about to go on another romp through the Gold Saucer. Isn't that right, snugglebum?

Moogle Maiden: There's so much to do, so much to see. I cannot wait any longer! Come, honeybunch, I want to see what's at Event Square.

Moogle Suitor: And there she goes! You haven't forgotten that favor I mentioned before, have you?

Moogle Suitor: I'm not the spry, young moogle I used to be, and lately I've been thinking of settling down... Oh, my sweet butter bun -- I can't imagine life without her. That's why I mean to propose!

Moogle Suitor: But today needs to be absolutely perfect, and I need your help to make that happen, kupo.

Moogle Suitor: Now, let's not keep her waiting, lest we sour the mood.

At The Moogle's Paw

Moogle Suitor: What do you think of this game, pommypie? You operate a toy moogle to fetch prizes out of the tank. Doesn't that sound fun?

Moogle Maiden: I suppose so, but the people before us won't realize we're waiting, hidden as we are. There's no telling how long they will stay here. Oh kupokins, what are we to do?

Moogle Suitor: Hold that thought, my little apple dumpling. I'll see if there's aught I can do to move things along.

Moogle Suitor: Please, you have to help! At our present snail-like pace, today's outing will be a failure, kupo!

Moogle Suitor: The people presently in front of us seem insistent on fishing out every toy in the tank. What do you think we should do?

Player: Be patient. They'll move soon enough. / You should reveal yourselves to them. / How about an innocent little prank?

"Be patient. They'll move soon enough."

Moogle Suitor: I suppose it's as they say about patience and virtue, or some such. <sigh> All right. We'll wait our turn.

Moogle Suitor: Wish me luck, kupo. Hopefully this will serve to keep my dear fluffems in good spirits.

Moogle Suitor: That actually went rather well. We began talking of our favorite kupo nut recipes, and time practically flew by. In fact, it felt as though we didn't have to wait at all.

"You should reveal yourselves to them."

Moogle Suitor: Hmmm. Mister Manderville did say it should be safe to do so. All right. We'll show ourselves.

Moogle Suitor: Wish me luck, kupo. Hopefully this will serve to keep my dear fluffems in good spirits.

Moogle Suitor: Thankfully no one was afraid once we uncloaked ourselves. Quite the contrary, we could scarcely keep people away. The children especially. Their constant pom squeezing was... unpleasant, to say the least.

"How about an innocent little prank?"

Moogle Suitor: A bit of fun to help move them along, eh? An interesting proposal indeed. All right. I'll give it a try.

Moogle Suitor: Wish me luck, kupo. Hopefully this will serve to keep my dear fluffems in good spirits.

Moogle Suitor: It's been too long since I played a good prank. Even if it was only a little one, it was enough to move them along, and the children nearby certainly had a good laugh.

Moogle Suitor: The Moogle's Paw was quite fun, but also very exhausting, kupo. We plan to visit Wonder Square next for a short reprieve.

Moogle Suitor: I hope to see you there. Preferably somewhere my little cream puff won't notice.

At The Manderville Lounge

Moogle Maiden: Would you look at all these balloons and illuminations. A pity we haven't such wondrous things back home, kupo.

Moogle Suitor: It brings me great joy to see you so happy, my dear kuppycake, though nothing could be so wondrous as your smile.

Moogle Maiden: Oh fluff muffin, you're so sweet. Ah, I shall treasure this moment always.

Moogle Suitor: (If we're to stay here a while longer, perhaps I can do something to impress her. But what...?)

Moogle Suitor: Excuse me a moment, pookie pom.

Moogle Suitor: She seems to be quite taken with the view up here, kupo. And while the mood is right, I'd like to do something to set her heart aflutter. Any thoughts?

Player: Woo her with a song. / Enjoy a quiet moment together. / Celebrate with a toast of wine.

"Woo her with a song."

Moogle Suitor: Of course! I can sing her a song. And perhaps do a little dance as well. What would I do without you?

Moogle Maiden: Our song! It matches this scenery perfectly. Come, my little butterball, I wish to dance!

Moogle Suitor: Your plan was brilliant. Absolutely brilliant. I've never seen her so happy, kupo. I think it may be time to make my next move. Would you follow us back to Entrance Square?

"Enjoy a quiet moment together."

Moogle Suitor: Play it cool and bask in the beauty of silence? I'd never thought of that. I suppose it's worth a try.

Moogle Suitor: ...<wink>

Moogle Maiden: Is something the matter, sugar lump? Your eye is twitching.

Moogle Suitor: I'm afraid I'm no good at playing it calm and cool. She must think me a fool.

Moogle Suitor: But I won't give up, kupo! We're heading back to Entrance Square. Can I count on you to be waiting in the wings?

"Celebrate with a toast of wine."

Moogle Suitor: Wine? My, how fancy. Though I suppose this is a rather fancy place, isn't it.

Moogle Suitor: But that would mean showing myself to the barkeep. I know Mister Manderville said it would be okay, but I'm not so sure...

Player: You've come too far to give up. / Why don't I order for you? / You could ask your beloved to order.

"You've come too far to give up."

Moogle Suitor: You're right. I have to be brave for my sweetypom, kupo!

Wynkyn: How in the hells did this money get here?

Wynkyn: Ah, of course. Some bashful bloke means to order the bartender's choice. Very well. I will prepare a drink to take their taste buds to a fantastical new world of flavors.

"Why don't I order for you?"

Moogle Suitor: Would you really? Thank you!

Wynkyn: Sounds like you're celebrating quite a special occasion. Very well. I will prepare a drink guaranteed to take your taste buds to a fantastical new world of flavors.

"You could ask your beloved to order."

Moogle Suitor: That may be for the best, kupo. I know nothing of drinks, and even the thought of speaking with the barkeep fills me with dread. I only hope this won't displease my fluffypoo.

Moogle Maiden: You want me to order the drinks for you? <sigh> My poor little sugar pom.

Moogle Maiden: I've had plenty of wine in my day, but never anything quite like that.

Moogle Suitor: Indeed. I feel like a new man -- hic -- new moogle, kupo!

Moogle Suitor: The barkeep's drink was perhaps the best we've ever had. Thank you for the suggestion. Now that she's relaxed, I think the time is right to make my next move. To Entrance Square!

At Entrance Square

Moogle Suitor: It's time, kupo. I'm going to pop the question. Oh, but I'm so nervous. My mouth is dry, and my tongue feels like a sponge. What if I say the wrong thing?

Player: You have to believe in yourself. / Well, there are other fish in the sea.

"You have to believe in yourself."

Moogle Suitor: You're right. What manner of moogle would I be to let all your generosity go to waste. All right. Here I go...

"Well, there are other fish in the sea."

Moogle Suitor: But I don't want fish, kupo. I want my moogledove! <sigh> Oh dear...

Moogle Suitor: Erm. You'll wait here for me, won't you? I realize you've already done so much for me, but... I'd feel better knowing you're watching, kupo.

Moogle Suitor: Dearest moogleypoo. My cutie patootie. Sweetums... my little cuddlemog... kupo nut of my eye... My jelly belly! I... Would you... <wheeze>

Moogle Suitor: ...MARRY ME, KUPO!

Moogle Maiden: Before I answer, there's something I need to say. Your friend over there should hear this as well.

Moogle Suitor: You... you knew?

Moogle Maiden: The lights of the Gold Saucer are bright, but not blinding, kupo. Of course I knew. / Well of course, kupo. After our last tour of the Gold Saucer, I assumed [he/she] would continue to keep a watchful eye on us.

Good Ending

Moogle Maiden: Yet even though [he/she] was there, no doubt ready to jump to our rescue at a moment's notice, [he/she] didn't need to. I had my reservations before, but after seeing you try so hard to show me a good time today, well... maybe I was wrong about you, kupo.

Moogle Suitor: <gasp> Does that mean...?

Moogle Maiden: Let's say I'll think about it.

Moogle Suitor: Oh joy, oh rapture! Be still my quivering pom!

Moogle Suitor: Thank you! A thousand times, thank you! This day wouldn't have been possible without you.

Moogle Suitor: I think we'll stay here at the Saucer a while longer. At least until my heart returns to my chest, kupo.

Average Ending

Moogle Maiden: And don't think I didn't notice you sneaking off for advice.

Moogle Maiden: Still, I was impressed by how hard you were trying to show me a good time.

Moogle Suitor: Does that mean what I think it does...?

Moogle Maiden: If you think it means we should spend another day at the Gold Saucer, then yes.

Moogle Suitor: You can be hard to please, my dear fluffikins, but I will not back down from this challenge.

Moogle Suitor: It seems our stay here at the Saucer has been extended.

Moogle Suitor: Hopefully we'll run into you again.

Bad Ending

Moogle Maiden: Even if [he/she] weren't here, though, I'm not sure what to think. Needlessly revealing yourself to people, the awkward silences... You're not the moogle I thought you were, kupo.

Moogle Suitor: Wha... What are you saying...?

Moogle Maiden: I'm sorry, doodlepom, but my answer is no... to the moogle I see before me, at least. For the moogle I met in the Shroud, however, I may reconsider.

Moogle Suitor: <sigh> What a fool I've been. I had convinced myself I needed to be more daring, more adventurous. In the end I only made a mess of things.

Moogle Suitor: But next time will be different. I promise. Hopefully we'll run into you again on our next outing here at the Saucer.

Moogle Suitor: If not for you, I doubt I could have shown her around, let alone profess my feelings.

Moogle Maiden: A pity you had to spend your time with us, rather than enjoying the sights and sounds of this magnificent hall. But fear not -- my little pomsybear will see you're duly compensated. Isn't that right, kupo?

Finishing the Quest

Moogle Maiden: If only such a place existed in the Shroud. I doubt I would ever leave, kupo.

Moogle Suitor: Sorry to keep you waiting, kupo. This was all I could manage on such short notice.

Moogle Suitor: If you're still around, your advice would be quite welcome the next time I take her about the Saucer.

Moogle Suitor: So welcome, in fact, I think I'll wait right here until you return... You will return, won't you?