It’s that time again! Let’s check out the latest releases from some Final Fantasy XIV Content Creators!
Gather Together Caption Contest final reminder, Carbonized Matter pricing adjustments, new Optional Items available, a recent Yoshida interview with Mr. Happy, forum post discussion, and fan mail and tweets. Yelta and Rubicon host.
If you consider yourself strong of will and brave of heart, listen at your own mortal peril. Juxta Position has taken over hosting duties and turned this episode into a Tumblr + Buzzfeed article made real. The crew explores ‘The Top 14 Relationships that MUST happen during Stormblood’ as well as the Wheel of Intolerance. They attempt to hold a real discussion, but Juxta ruins that too. Turn back now.
Paul and Chille talk a bit about the End Game in Stormblood, namely the level 70 Expert dungeons and the newest raid content, Omega. Paul also gets a bit “feely” as well.
Venture with us out of Eorzea, to the other end of Hydaelyn, and into a new world of roleplay possibilities — the Far East! What do these various regions have and not have in common? What sort of circumstances could bring someone from this region to Eorzea? We begin by covering Doma and Hingashi, including the cultural exchanges and tensions of Kugane, the effects of the Time Bubble on the Doman Rebellion, and advice for choosing a warrior-class surname.
SPOILER WARNING: This episode contains spoilers for the Stormblood 4.0 main scenario.
After discussing the main scenario storyline in the last episode, Klauss, Seyrr, and Chille decide to delve into the aether with Omega and talk about the current tier of raids, the Deltascape. We give our impressions on the fights and story, and talk a bit about what we would like to see moving forward with the Omega series as well as the upcoming Return to Ivalice series. Seyrr goes in-depth with Susano and the idea of Kami, and we discuss why Chille turned into a dancing Chille dog.
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