- Attaining New Overdrives for Each Character in Final Fantasy X
- Chocobo Hot and Cold Mini-Game in Final Fantasy IX
- Date with Tifa or ….Barrett in Final Fantasy VII
- Emerald Weapon Battle Made Easy in Final Fantasy VII
- Final Fantasy IX Quick Tip: The Ragtime Mouse
- Final Fantasy IX Review
- Final Fantasy VII Quick Tip: Get Tons of Gil!
- Final Fantasy VII Walkthrough Disc 1
- Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Review
- Final Fantasy VII: Dirge of Cerberus Review
- Final Fantasy X Review
- Finding Legendary Weapons for Each Character in Final Fantasy X
- Finding Spira’s Hidden Locations in Final Fantasy X
- Finding the Al Bhed Primers in Final Fantasy X
- Getting Anima as Your Own Aeon in Final Fantasy X
- Getting the Adrammalech Esper in Final Fantasy XII
- Getting the Yojimbo Aeon in Final Fantasy X
- Getting the Zodiac Spear in Final Fantasy XII
- Getting Vincent in Your Party in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Beat Bosses 1, 2, and 3 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Beat Bosses 1-4 in Final Fantasy IX
- How to Beat Bosses 10, 11, and 12 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Beat Bosses 13, 14, and 15 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Beat Bosses 16 – 20 in Final Fantasy VII
- How To Beat Bosses 21-24 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to beat bosses 24-29 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Beat Bosses 4, 5, and 6 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Beat Bosses 7, 8, and 9 in Final Fantasy VII
- How to beat the final five bosses in Final Fantasy VII
- How to get the Magus Sisters Aeon in Final Fantasy X
- How to get Yuffie in Your Party in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Have Unlimited Items in Final Fantasy VII
- How to Obtain the Zalera Esper in Final Fantasy XII
- Locations of the Jecht Spheres in Final Fantasy X
- Making the Ruby Weapon Battle Easy in Final Fantasy VII
- Quick Tips For Final Fantasy XII: Getting The Demonsbane
- Special Materia Caves in Final Fantasy VII
- Tetra Master: The Card Game in Final Fantasy IX
- The Fishing Mini-Game in Final Fantasy XII
- Various Summon Materia Locations in Final Fantasy VII
- Where to Find The Characters’ Ultimate Weapons in Final Fantasy
Chocobo Hot and Cold Mini-Game in Final Fantasy IX
This is one of the mini-games that you’ll complete alongside your main quest. It’s quite a long effort, so be prepared to put in quite a bit of time.
To begin the Chocobo Hot and Cold mini-game, enter the Chocobo Forest. It’s just southeast of the South Gate. That is on the Mist Continent. When you first enter the area, you will see a moogle and a chocobo running around. Once their problems are all sorted out, the moogle will tell you that you can use Gysahl Greens to summon a chocobo and ride it around. You do this on the world map when you find some chocobo tracks first.
He’ll then offer for you to play the chocobo hot and cold game. You will dig in this area until you find numerous items. Your chocobo’s beak will gain some experience and level up, which makes it a lot easier for you to dig in different areas. After you find a “chocograph,” you will be directed to a new dig area. It is called the Chocobo Lagoon and is kind of difficult to find.
It is near the Salvage Archipelago and requires the use of your airship, and a blue chocobo. Land on the island with this name and use the chocobo tracks to summon one. Take it through the shallow (light blue) waters until you come across the area that looks like an entrance into the rocks. That’s the lagoon. If you need additional help, it’s underneath Palmell Island.
There are a few differences here, but you’re now searching for chocographs so you can then go search for treasure.
Once you complete this area, you’ll be on the lookout for the Chocobo Air Garden. You can find it in many different areas. If you’ve been paying attention to the inscriptions on the rocks you find, you’ll get different clues as to where it is. But, to make it easy, just look for a large circular shadow. Stand in the area and use a dead pepper. This will take you up where you need to go. A few more rule changes, and the environment’s different, but it’s basically the same game as the last area. Now, do you think you can find the Chocobo Paradise?
….Fine. It’s in an unmapped area in Gaia. It’s in the northwest corner of the map. Use a gold chocobo to land on the island with the forest and rock. If you use a dead pepper near the weird looking rocks, your choco will break them and you now have a door. Inside, you’ll see this big, chubby chocobo. If you found all 24 treasures, you can let your choco stay here in his paradise forever! Or, you can take him back outside and find the rest of the treasures.