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Dragon Quests in Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward

I have played Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward for nearly a month. I like completing Dragon quests so much. Until now, I still remember the fearsome face of a massive white dragon filled my screen. It seemed to say something that how my quest to restore relations between his lizard-like species and the humanoids of Eorzea was futile.

I feared the FFXIV Heavensward expansion lost me, mainly because the massive gaps between the first and second MMO logs. I was so busy that I had little chance to dive back.



My gun-toting Machinist is now level 54, six more to go before reaching the new cap, but I’m in no real rush. There’s plenty to see and do in-between meeting new friends and reuniting with old ones in the expansion’s increasingly engrossing story quests.



I have played MMORPG for a few years. According to my experience, fantasy games make me fell like the main character is competitive. When I complete with my own companions and secondary characters. However, when I began to play in my Free Company, it is just like a joke when I decide whether to have medical insurance for Warriors of Light. And this took me a few minutes to remember their the heroes of their own stories and not just chatty NPCs in mine.

Clearly it was Back Front who bested the primal Ravana in this massive battle.



An impressive encounter, even if sometimes it feels as if the developers are starting to run out of things to do with a powerful boss creature in a circular arena.

Definitely, it was Back Front that learned how to harness aether currents for soaring into the clouds atop his majestic steed.

FFXIV Heavensward implemented flying mounts in the best way. Players must first scour flying-enabled zones for aether currents — for each, there are ten scattered across. There are additional five zones linked to specific quests in each zone, to ensure that the player learn the lay of the land before taking to the sky. It’s sort of like the solution Blizzard came up with to ensure Warlords of Draenor players didn’t fly over the good parts of that World of Warcraft expansion pack. Earning that final current and lifting off for the first time is an exhilarating experience.



After a slow start I am playing Heavensward, sneaking in a quest every time I get a spare moment and staying up late enough to fall asleep. I’d say this is a successful expansion pack.

I’m going on sabbatical later this week, spending a month with my children and wife and quite possibly a bit of Canada, but Eorzea will never be far from my fingertips.

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