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What races will Final Fantasy XIV have?

So to continue coverage on Final Fantasy XIV, Here is the race information with pictures included. All information was gathered from their website, and I will continue to bring you the latest coverage on this game as the information rolls in. Here are the Races and information on them.


Over the course of some one thousand years and three great migratory waves, the Hyur have come to be the most populous of the civilized races in Eorzea. Compared to the others, theirs is an average physique, both in terms of height and build. The Hyur champion personal freedom and liberty, and their espousal of an eclectic variety of languages and traditions is a legacy of their diverse heritage―as is their resulting lack of a unified cultural identity.


Though their presence in Eorzea is lesser than that of the other races, the Miqo’te are easily distinguished by their large, projecting ears and restless, feline tails. The ancestors of this line first made their way to the realm during the Age of Endless Frost in the Fifth Umbral Era, traversing frozen seas in pursuit of the wildlife upon which they subsisted. Instinctual territoriality causes many among them to lead solitary lifestyles. Males in particular are said to shy from contact with others.


The Elezen are a characteristically tall people, long of limb and slender of build. They are also possessed of a somewhat extended lifespan in comparison to the Hyur. The Elezen once claimed sole dominion over Eorzea, their presence predating that of the other races, and, as such, developed a heightened sense of honor and pride. In years past, the Hyur migration into Elezen lands sparked bitter conflict. At present, however, the mutual understanding reached between the two races allows them to work towards mutual peace and prosperity.


The Roegadyn are easily identified by their massive, muscular frames. They are descended from a maritime people that roamed the northern seas, though many of their ancestors turned their longships south to brave the crossing into Eorzean waters. Often considered a barbaric race, the fiercely competitive Roegadyn are also known for their compassion and unswerving loyalty. Many of the greatest warriors in history were born of Roegadyn stock.


The Lalafell are a folk both rotund and diminutive. Small by any race’s standards and possessed of a childlike countenance, it proves difficult for non-Lalafell to gauge an individual’s age with any degree of accuracy. Originally an agricultural people inhabiting the fertile islands of the south seas, they found their way to Eorzea via the burgeoning trade routes. Lalafell are welcoming of outsiders, and share prosperous relations with all of the other races of Eorzea.

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So for all you avid Final Fantasy fans, I found this in my twitter feed and decided to share this with all of my fans. So how many of you still play Final Fantasy even after X-2? I don’t ever like to say that a game is completely busted, but in my honest opinion X-2 could have been their downfall. But off of that subject, I saw the trailer for this new FF online game, and almost spit fire watching the party system Pwn the Mobs. So in this article I will share with you the trailer, screenshots, and an overview of this game.


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Final Fantasy News to be announced at PAX


Square-Enix previously announced that it would host a huge event at PAX this week to celebrate the 25-year anniversary of the Final Fantasy series. The event is open to the public and will be held from 1PM to 9PM PT this coming Friday. Different games from the series will be on display, and Square-Enix plans to give away a variety of prizes. According to Community Manager Robert Peeler, everyone in attendance will receive a 25-year anniversary poster featuring art from famed artist Yoshitaka Amano.

Later in the post, Peeler notes that a special video presentation will be given at 7:30PM PT by Yoshinori Kitase, Motomu Toriyama, and Isamu Kamikokuryo — all critical staff in the development of Final Fantasy XIII and its sequel. The presentation will “reveal new details about the direction of Lightning‘s story.”

Could this be the announcement for the Final chapter in Lightning’s Series. We are looking foward hearing this news on Friday. We are still awaiting news about the Final Fantasy Remasters..


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