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Final Fantasy XIV's Eureka is really a step within the right direction, but more work needs for being done

Although the Eureka zone of Final Fantasy XIV arrived roughly per month ago, it's taken me a really very long time to Buy FFXIV Gil process how I feel concerning this.

Billed as being a return to old fashioned Final Fantasy XI sensibilities, the landscape has drastically changed as being the players took control from the activity. What was once thought being an enemy-after-enemy chain grind became a notorious monster hunt train.

Let's have a look at how it all was lost and where Square Enix will go from here.For those of you who don't play A Realm Reborn, let's talk just a little bit concerning the relic questline and operate's evolved in the last several years.

Initially, the relic questline was obviously a sort of FFXIV Gil endgame activity that players could do today to nab quite a cool, often iconic weapon in the Final Fantasy lore -- you realize, such as Curtana and Yoshimitsu swords, or even the Gae Bolg spear. It was a fantastic moment if you finally forged your purple weapon with all the help of Gerolt Blackthorn, after making on your path through several endgame battles to truly forge it.

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