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Lady Ayu

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So i looked and i didnt see a post about XIV so i wanted to know if anyone else played; I love XIV and i like playing with people who arent butts.  So if anyone plays and we happen to be on thr same Data Center maybe we could link up and do stuuf :3


Here's my info:


In game chara name: Alia Yuus

Gender: Female(duuh ? J/k *hugs*)

Race: Viera :3

Data center: Aether

World: Cactuar (which is also considered the LGBT world apparently)

Roles: i have access to all three roles at lvl 80 and varying Item levels with my strongest being Dancer


I imagine that's enough, if you wanna know anything else lets link up!!


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14 hours ago, AnnaD said:

never played it, is it a good game?


I really enjoy it,  it has a good expansive story and the classes/jobs are all pretty fun.


Dungeons are managed by a pairing system that groups you with people trying to do what you are doing and it arranges the party in a balanced way: 1 tank, 1 Healer, 2 DPS.


I believe there is still a free trail active too, you would just need to purchase the game itself (A Realm Reborn) Which has dropped in price.

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On 8/27/2019 at 3:57 AM, Lady Ayu said:


I really enjoy it,  it has a good expansive story and the classes/jobs are all pretty fun.


Dungeons are managed by a pairing system that groups you with people trying to do what you are doing and it arranges the party in a balanced way: 1 tank, 1 Healer, 2 DPS.


I believe there is still a free trail active too, you would just need to purchase the game itself (A Realm Reborn) Which has dropped in price.

ok, i'll check it out. thanks ?

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