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Category:Gold Saucer

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Main Command 61 Icon.pngWhen visiting the Manderville Gold Saucer, you can enjoy a number of games and activities that utilize a special currency called Manderville Gold Saucer Points (MGP).
Type Description
Cactpot. The daily Mini Cactpot and weekly Jumbo Cactpot are two popular games of chance in the Gold Saucer that are both simple and potentially lucrative. To participate, players must complete Hitting the Cactpot (Jumbo) or Scratch it Rich (Mini).
Chocobo Racing. Players can participate in chocobo racing via the Manderville Gold Saucer using specially trained race chocobos (chocobo companions are not eligible). From improving their abilities through rigorous training to breeding retired chocobos for their traits, you can raise the champion chocobo you’ve always wanted.
GATE. Gold Saucer Active Time Events, or GATEs, are audience-participatory events staged within the halls of the Gold Saucer. GATEs in progress will be indicated with a map icon. To participate in an event after it has been announced, seek out and speak with the GATE client nearby.
Gold Saucer Minigames. The Manderville Gold Saucer also hosts several minigames for your entertainment. These simple yet captivating games are an easy way to accumulate small amounts of MGP.
Lord of Verminion.
Lord of Verminion Challenges
Lord of Verminion is a competitive mini-game in which a player engages an opponent using summoned minions. The objective for winning the game is to have your minions destroy “arcana stones” placed on the battlefield. Players can participate in matches against other players or the CPU.
Triple Triad. Triple Triad is a card game popularized by the Manderville Gold Saucer, wherein players make clever use of their deck’s composition to defeat their opponents.
The Fashion Report. The Fashion Report is a new challenge at the Gold Saucer wherein Masked Rose issues a theme to which players must dress themselves, then go before him for judging.
Doman Mahjong. In Doman mahjong, players race to complete a winning hand of 14 tiles, with points awarded for speed and difficulty of the hand. Players begin with 13 tiles and draw a new tile each turn. They must then choose a tile to discard: either the new tile or one of the tiles in their hand. The player to the right then takes a turn, and the process is repeated until the end of the hand. The first player to complete a winning hand is awarded points. A total of eight hands are played in a full match and four in a quick match, and the player who finishes with the most points is declared the winner.


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