Final Fantasy XV: Justice Monsters Five

The rewards you obtain by playing Justice Monsters Five depend on the number of treasure chests you manage to collect (they’re the golden rectangles that pop up in the slot-machine reels when you clear a round).

Justice Monsters Five is also available as a mobile game via the App Store and Google Play. Using the app will grant you bonuses in the FFXV version of the game and unlock a special sticker for the Regalia.

Justice Monsters Five Locations

Justice Monsters Five machines can be found in all Crows Nest Diners, and near the cafe in Altissia. The machine in Altissia costs 10,000 Gil per game, so consider it for advanced players only!

Listed below are details of prizes awarded in relation to the number of chests earned.  I believe the lists to be accurate but if I have missed anything or there is an error, drop a comment below!

Justice Monsters Five (10 Gil Machine Rewards)

Number of Treasure Chests — Reward

2 — Potion

5 — Hi-Potion

10 — Elixir

15 — Hi-Elixir

20 — Garnet Bracelet

25 — Carbon Bangle

30 — Amethyst Bracelet

35 — Titanium Bangle

40 — Mega Phoenix

45 — Sapphire Bracelet

50 — Gold Bangle

60 — Oracle Earring

70 — Ruby Bracelet

80 — Platinum Bangle

90 — Emerald Bracelet

99 — Celestriad

Justice Monsters Five (10,000 Gil Machine Rewards)

The super-deluxe JMF machine near Alessio in Altissia costs a whopping 10,000 Gil per game.  Not surprisingly, the rewards are far better than you’ll find in the regular machine.

Number of Treasure Chests — Reward

5 — Hi-Potion

10 — Mega Phoenix

15 — Ruby Bracelet

20 — Platinum Bangle

25 — Emerald Bracelet

30 — Centurion Bangle

35 — Mystic Circlet

40 — Moogle Charm

45 — Legatus Bangle

50 — Blue Diamond Bracelet

60 — Gigas Bangle

70 — Assist Suit

80 — Dark Matter Bracelet

90 — Onion Bangle

99 – Wind-up Lord Vexxos

In case you’re wondering, the game’s final reward, the Wind-up Lord Vexxos, can be sold for a whopping 500,000 Gil or used to make some intensely powerful spells in crafting.

Moogle Chocobo Event

I am currently working on a list of rewards for the machines during the Moogle Chocobo event.

90 — 40 Choco-Mog Medallions (If I remember correctly, I did this earlier today…)


If you have any details regarding the machine rewards during the event, please let me know so I can update the list!

Kweh!  Kupo!

SIM Adapter Tip

Another handy mobile phone related tip – keep your SIM adapter!

Most phones now take nano SIM cards but there may be occasions where you want/need to revert back to a handset that takes a micro Sim or (as archaic as it seems) the good ol’ regular size.  SIM cards generally come as a 3-in-1 whereby you can downsize/up-size as appropriate but a lot of people don’t tend to keep hold of them after popping the SIM out for their phone.

Most folks probably can get by without, but say your phone needs to go for repair or it’s been lost/stolen and you use an old phone or get a cheap one to tide you over until your upgrade, you may need to use a bigger SIM.  You can buy the adapters online for a couple of quid but why wait/pay when you already had what you needed?

I often swap my SIM out to use my SIM which has 20GB of data to use in a my-fi device – I can use my mobile hotspot but if I want to conserve my battery and the kids want to go on to the web in the car I’ll often put my SIM into it – my Galaxy S6 takes a nano but the my-fi takes a micro – so I keep the adapter in the little pouch my my-fi is kept in so I can switch over with minimal hassle.

Just another handy tip from your friendly neighbourhood tech support man.

“SIM Ejector” Life Hack

I work in technical support for a large mobile network and quite often have to get people to remove their SIM cards from their handsets – sometimes to check they’re using the correct one but most commonly to test it in another handset to determine where the fault lies.

The majority of handsets now take Nano SIMs and require an ‘ejector tool’ or a pin to remove the SIM tray.  From experience, most people don’t tend to take it with them and they don’t generally have a trusty paperclip or pin with them at the time.

I figured I would share a stupidly simple little idea that myself and a number of colleagues do and that is to put your magical “ejector tool” on your keys.  This isn’t some absurdly awesome idea akin to MacGuyver-style shit but it’s a gem nonetheless.

Most ejectors have a loop or a hole which can be put onto a keyring so you can carry it with you at all times.  So, if you should ever bump into issues with your mobile device you can act like the Dark Knight of mobile phone paraphernalia and produce the tool from your invisible utility belt and be the hero your phone deserves.  The Batman and Darryl keyrings like I have are not essential…but they do look pretty damn cool.

So yeah, nothing groundbreaking but still a handy little hint most people have never considered!

If you have any little life hacks you do that you want to share, drop ’em in the comments below!


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