The Moogle Shop is a place that you synthesize items to make new weapons and armor, as well as a place where items and cards can be bought. According to Jiminy, Moogles usually operate their shops using holograms because they hate getting their pom-poms ruffled.
Moogles appear only in Traverse Town, after the destruction of their respective home worlds. After Sora uses the green Trinity Mark in the Accessory Shop in the First District, the Item Workshop, run by three moogles, is opened. Items are available for synthesis, but not for purchase at the Item Workshop.
In order to synthesize certain items, certain synthesis sets must be completed first. In order to unlock the following set, the previous set must have all materials created. The first set is available upon the shop opening. Once this list is completed, synthesis set two becomes available, and so on. Every synthesis set consists of two items and four accessories. Completing the four sets unlocks the fifth and final set, which is composed of only one option: Sora's Ultima Weapon Keyblade.
In Kingdom Hearts Final Mix, the number of items that can be synthesized have been increased to 33 items, to which they are now available in six different sets. The second set is unlocked after synthesizing 3 items, the third set is unlocked after synthesizing 9 items, the fourth set is unlocked after synthesizing 15 items, the fifth set is unlocked after synthesizing 21 items, and the sixth and final set is unlocked after synthesizing all 30 items from the previous five sets. In addition, the recipes for the items from the original game have also been changed, to which some of them even require synthesis materials that are exclusive to Final Mix. The moogles also award Sora the ability Encounter Plus after synthesizing 15 items which can help with encountering Heartless to collect synthesis materials.
Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories
The Moogle Shop can appear in any world in "Sora's story", excluding 100 Acre Wood, but must be summoned by creating a Moogle Room with their eponymous map card. Moogle Shops sell a limited stock of packs of five random cards for Moogle Points; the packs are organized by card type (Attack, Magic, Item, and Assorted) and rarity (Leaf, Brown, Black, and Moogle). However, the higher rarity packs are only stocked in Moogle Shops generated after Sora reaches certain floors of Castle Oblivion, and once a shop's stock is exhausted, Sora may no longer buy packs at that specific shop, and must summon a new one to continue. Sora may also sell individual battle cards, excluding boss enemy cards, at set prices, and is given a free Leaf Attack Pack the first time he talks to the Moogle in a new Moogle Room.
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Kingdom Hearts II
The Moogle Shop is present on all playable worlds, and Moogle Shops sell Items and Equipment. The shop in each world is run by a uniquely-named moogle. Mog's Workshop in Radiant Garden and Elmina's Moogle Shop in Twilight Town are run in-person, while all other shops are run by hologram. Each Moogle Shop also runs a synthesis workshop, allowing Sora to deposit synthesis materials and craft new items. Each Moogle Shop will add Ingredient-class synthesis materials of the Shard, Stone, and Gem ranks to its stock, once Sora deposits 30, 25, or 20 of specific type of material, respectively, at any of them. Each shop also sells unique weapons or items, but once Sora visits a new shop its unique stock is added to those carried by the various item and equipment shops at Radiant Garden and Twilight Town. Items can also be sold back to the various shops at 25% of their list price, while Equipment can be sold at 50% of its list price; all equipment obtained from synthesis or enemy drops has a list price of 20 munny.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days
A Moogle appears in the Grey Area in The World That Never Was and the Station Plaza in Twilight Town, wearing a Black Coat. The Moogle sells various Panels and items for Heart Points, but also assists Roxas with item synthesis, and redeems his Challenge Sigils and Mission Crowns for various prizes. While the Moogle has a business relationship with Organization XIII, he holds no loyalty to them, and ends up following his best customer, Roxas, when the latter flees The World That Never Was.
The Moogle Shop is also available on the main menu during Mission Mode.
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
The Command Shop is present on all playable worlds except for the Mysterious Tower, the Realm of Darkness, and the Mirage Arena, which has a Medal Shop instead. Command Shops only sell Commands, while the Medal Shop also sells Key Items and Synthesis Materials. The Medal Shop and Radiant Garden Command Shop are run in-person, while all other shops are run by hologram. The Shop will add new Commands to its stock each time the protagonist completes a world's episode, and will also add copies of most Commands once the protagonist acquires it for the first time. Meanwhile, the Medal Shop will add new goods once the protagonist reaches specific Arena Levels. Goods can also be sold back to the Command Shop for 50% of their list price, with each gained level increasing its value by 25% of that price, and an attached ability increasing it by an additional 50%.
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded
Moogles appear as data to help Data-Sora with Item Synthesis. Moogles appear as data and sell command chips, accessory chips, and finisher chips to Data-Sora. More items are added according to the Data-Sora's progress. Goods can also be sold back to the Shop at varying prices depending on their type and level. The sell price of a good is , where is the base price of the command at level 0, which ranges from 100 to 800 depending on the type of the command, and is the current level of the command.
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance
The Moogle Shop is present on all playable worlds except for Destiny Islands, and sells Commands, Spirit Items, and Training Toys. Traverse Town also contains a Medal Shop which sells rarer items in exchange for the medals awarded in Flick Rush. The Medal Shop and Traverse Town Moogle Shops are run in-person, while all other shops are run by hologram. The Shop will add new Commands to its stock each time the protagonist completes a world's episode, and will stock exclusive goods during a Bargain Flurry. Goods can also be sold back to the Moogle Shop for 50% of their list price, and during a Bargain Flurry, they can be bought for only 80% of their normal price.
Kingdom Hearts χ
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Kingdom Hearts III
Most playable worlds have Moogle Shops, which offer multiple features.
Items can be bought and sold for munny. There is a chance of receiving a Prize Postcard after every visit to the Moogle Shop involving a purchase. This chance is unaffected by the amount of munny spent. Prize Postcards can be exchanged for random items at the mailbox next to the Moogle Shop in Twilight Town. Additionally, the M.O.G. Card is given after spending a total of 10,000 munny. This unlocks more items for purchase at the Moogle Shop.
Each Moogle Shop has a workshop, where synthesis materials are deposited. Item synthesis can be carried out here and new items are unlocked for synthesis by completing Collector's Goals and Photo Missions. The Keyblade Forge, where Sora can upgrade his Keyblades, is also accessed from the workshop.