Final Fantasy 15 - The Brothers Kupomazov locations for the Youngest, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Eldest Moogles

How to earn all the medals you need from the timed Carnival.

The Brothers Kupomazov is a side-quest in the Moogle Chocobo Carnival, where you must find and photograph a family of six Moogle dolls hiding around town.

The quest acts as a nice little training exercise for the Tactical Camera, a new feature added to Final Fantasy 15 as part of the Carnival patch.

You can start the quest by the waypoint in the centre of the city, west of the Ministerial Quarter station. Completing each stage gives you two Medallions, with an extra six handed out for doing the set, making it a reasonably easy and fairly straightforward source for those wanting to finish the 'Interrupted by Fireworks' quest sooner than later.

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Final Fantasy 15 - The Brothers Kupomazov locations for the Youngest, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Eldest Moogles

Each Moogle has its own entry in the quest log, so use that to narrow down the location of each one. From there, locate the Moogle as described below, and to take a picture, hold the right trigger, cycle through the menus to select the Tactical Camera, then press the right bumper / R1 to take a snap through the view finder.

The Youngest Moogle - This is the higher level between the Furgola Canal and Prize Counter points on the map, sitting in a windowsill on a walkway.

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The Second Moogle - South of the Listro Park is where you'll find Kenny Crow dancing in the street. Go north to where the photo stand is. Behind that is a statue, with the Moogle doll sitting on top.

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The Third Moogle - Stand on the bridge next to where you start the quest in the middle of the city, and look north out to the water.

Every minute or so a gondola will come through and go under the bridge. Wait until the brown and yellow gondola with the Chocobo on the front, and the Moogle you need to snap will be sitting right on top of it.

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The Fourth Moogle - Between where you find Kenny Crow in the north of the city and the Square Enix Cafe is a passage. On the corner, the Moogle is sitting on top of the lamppost above you.

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If you're interested in other activities from the event, our Moogle Chocobo Carnival guide provides an overview of activities, while we have locations and solutions for the Oedka ke Chocochicks, The Brothers Kupomazov, Seaside Scamper and Water Trotter Chocobo Racing courses and Decorations: Decoded.

The Fifth Moogle - This one is a little harder than it looks. Go to the Arena, and head south between the mini-game boundries to an plushie-filled area.

Look up and you'll see a Chocobo on a column. Sitting right in front of him is a tiny Moogle you need to take a picture of. Zoom him and snap away to finish the quest.

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The Eldest Moogle - This one is sitting on top of the sign for the Square Enix Cafe. Head to the upper level on the east side of the city (head to the All About Moogles quest prompt) and look up when outside the cafe.

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Remember that completing each stage gives you two Medallions, with an extra six handed out for doing the set, so do everyone to maximise your rewards.

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