Kupowers, or Super Kupowers as they are more formally known, are a set of temporary bonuses given to adventurers by finding Mog Tablets. A player doesn't have to have personally found any Mog Tablet to be able to enjoy the benefits of active kupowers, but finding the full set instead affects the whole server.


The kupowers were originally added for the 7th Adventurer Appreciation Campaign in May 2009, and the full set of 11 kupowers was in effect at once instead of the usual three random ones. It is speculated that the same may happen again during the next Adventurer Appreciation Campaigns.
To read about the in-game history and reason behind the kupowers and Mog Tablets, see Go All to Pieces.


Once the Mog Tablets have been scattered around the available areas, a player may randomly find one in the wild. There are 11 tablets to be found every kupower-week on every server. There is no guarantee that any given zone will have a Mog Tablet at all, and some zones may have many Tablets. There is also no way to tell where a Tablet will appear, and players must instead find them the hard way. A Mog Tablet will appear as a glowing dot on the ground, marked with the text 'Mog-Tablet'. However, it can only be targeted when close enough to the Tablet.

Once a player has found a Tablet, a message will be sent across all applicable areas that a Tablet has been found in that area. Optionally, the player who found a tablet can go to Jeuno to Ru'Lude Gardens H-8 and talk to the Explorer Moogle there. This moogle will hand out a Kupofried's Ring and a reward that varies according to the tablet found to the player. To see the rewards given as well as a list of the Tablets, see Mog Tablet.
If you do not have the time to go talk to the Explorer Moogle right away, you have until the new kupowers were off to claim your reward. After that, you must find a new tablet to receive anything from the moogle.


Once exactly one real-world week has passed from the finding of the last of the 11 Mog Tablets, the current kupowers will wear off. There is a random period of 8-24 hours of cooldown, after which the Tablets will scatter around the available areas once again. The exact time that passes before this happens is random within the period given.


The list below names all the areas that a Mog Tablet can be found in.


Batallia Downs
Beaucedine Glacier
Behemoth's Dominion
Buburimu Peninsula
Cape Teriggan
Eastern Altepa Desert
East Ronfaure
East Sarutabaruta
Jugner Forest
Konschtat Highlands
La Theine Plateau
Meriphataud Mountains
North Gustaberg
Pashhow Marshlands
Qufim Island
Rolanberry Fields
Sanctuary of Zi'Tah
Sauromugue Champaign
South Gustaberg
Tahrongi Canyon
Valkurm Dunes
Valley of Sorrows
Western Altepa Desert
West Ronfaure
West Sarutabaruta
Yhoator Jungle
Yuhtunga Jungle


When all the Mog Tablets have been found, three random kupowers will immediately go into effect. The 11 possible kupowers and their effects have been listed below.
The kupowers are in effect in all original, Rise of the Zilart and Chains of Promathia areas other than ferry and airship routes, Dynamis, Promyvions, Tu'Lia and Lumoria. When you enter an area with kupowers enabled, you will receive a message listing the three active kupowers of the week.

Artisan's Advantage: While a player has Synthesis Image Support active, the chance of losing materials in synthesis is greatly lowered
Blood of the Vampyr: When HP and/or MP are below 50%, a player with Signet will obtain the effect of Regen and/or Refresh
Ease of Exploration: Explorer Moogles offering teleportation services between San d'Oria, Bastok, Windurst, Selbina and Mhaura will appear in the aforementioned locations. Cost of service is 300 gil per teleport
Martial Master: Battle skills will increase more rapidly while Signet is in effect
Mystery Boxes: Bastok: Treasure Caskets appear more frequently in Bastokan areas
Mystery Boxes: Frontier Lands: Treasure Caskets appear more frequently in northern and island-areas
Mystery Boxes: San d'Oria: Treasure Caskets appear more frequently in San d'Orian areas
Mystery Boxes: Windurst: Treasure Caskets appear more frequently in Windurstian areas
Swift Shoes: A player with Signet who rests for at least a tick receives the effect of Quickening. The effect and duration of the Quickening varies by how many ticks were rested
Thrifty Transit: All outpost teleportation is free
Treasure Hound: A player with Signet will receive the effects of Gilfinder and Treasure Hunter

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