- This item is rewarded with a choice of two augmentations (see below).
How to Obtain
|Cannot be auctioned, traded, bazaared, or delivered.|
- One of the three pieces of Head Armor that can be chosen as a reward for completing A Moogle Kupo d'Etat (Fin.)
|Oxblood Key||Smash! A Malevolent Menace|
Upon obtaining this equipment, players will be provided with a list of Augments from which they may freely choose to supplement the armor's base attributes. Up to two different augments may be selected:
|STR+4 Weapon Skill Accuracy +15||DEX+4 Increases Critical Hit Damage (+2%)||VIT+4 Shield Skill +5||AGI+4 Increases weapon skill damage (+2%)|
|INT+4 Magic Accuracy+2||MND+4 "Cure" potency +3%||CHR+4 "Waltz" ability delay -2|
|STR+2 Haste +2%||DEX+2 Haste +2%||VIT+2 Haste +2%||AGI+2 Haste +2%|
|Haste+3% Enhances "Snapshot" effect (+3%)||Accuracy+10 Attack+5||Ranged Accuracy+10 Ranged Attack+5||Evasion+10 Store TP +4|
|"Magic Attack Bonus"+2 HP recovered while healing +3||Magic Accuracy+3 MP recovered while healing +3||Magic damage taken -2% Enmity+4||Magic critical hit rate +10% Enmity-4|
|INT+2 Enhances "Fast Cast" effect (+2%)||MND+2 Enhances "Fast Cast" effect (+2%)||CHR+2 Enhances "Fast Cast" effect (+2%)||Enhances "Fast Cast" effect (+3%) "Blood Pact" ability delay -3|
|Accuracy+3 Pet: Critical Hit Rate +3%||Attack+3 Pet: Adds "Regen" effect||Attack+3 Pet: Damage taken -10%||Accuracy+3 Pet: Haste +5%|
In the event that the two augments you choose contain a common attribute, the bonus will be cumulative. (e.g. If you choose "Haste +3% Enhances "Snapshot" effect (+3%)" and "AGI+2 Haste +2%", the resulting augment will be "AGI+2 Haste +5% Enhances "Snapshot" effect (+3%)".)
A wide-brimmed, pointed mage's hat known as the favored headdress of the Star Sibyl Shanlili, preeminent sorceress and founding mother of the Crystal Era. "Moonseer" -as she lovingly referred to the cap- is adorned with a crescent moon of brass, befitting its mistress's zeal for astronomy. The slight upward curl of the brim was introduced so as not to impair the wearer's field of vision when gazing at the heavens. In the present age, its primary use is ceremonial, as an honor bestowed upon only the most accomplished students of magic on their graduation day.
Selenian likely comes from the Greek word selene meaning "Moon".
This item's design comes from the hat worn by the Magus job in its battle sprite in Final Fantasy III.