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FFXIV: Celebrating the Moonfire Faire


So this year’s Moonfire Faire is in full swing in FFXIV. We get some snazzy new one-piece swimsuits for gals, two piece suits for guys, and a beach party in Costa Del Sol.

I was surprised to see the event is set at level 30. It’s a little sad that they left out lower level folks with this one, but I can understand why. The FATES around the festival grounds are also level 30… and once I saw how often they spawned, I quickly logged off of Zuri and onto my Cactuar Au’Ra.

She was only level 32 on her main first class, Dragoon, so this was not just a great chance to level her a bit, but to also get all the cosmetics that she didn’t get in the past. Since I made her in February, she wasn’t around for the yukatas and swimwear of last year.

I keep getting caught up in progression with her due to the fact I decided to change from bard to dragoon part way through level 24. I find myself having to stop and do quests to help level her to the point where she can take on the next main scenario story quest or dungeon… so hopefully all these FATES I’ve run (which boosted her to level 33) will help close that gap a bit.

Overall, it’s been a fun event. Good for gathering cosmetics. Good for leveling classes in the 30s. I even earned a level on Tai’s warrior, though I haven’t been working on that very much lately!



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