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The latest "Final Fantasy XIV" cross-border event shows that "Nier: Automata" is perfectly integrated with the MMORPG giant from Bale's blog

In the "Replication Factory", there were six different boss battles, each providing various mechanical changes seen throughout the history of FFXIV. Because the only weak anomaly is the third battle, the scope of the battle feels unique to each other, enough to keep you alert. I must say that, mechanically, my favorite battle is against the first boss, the serial connection command model. The laser explodes from the surroundings, and the sphere falls off of the rotating dispenser, keeping you on your toes at all times.

There is nothing unique, the best fight is the third and final game. Engels comes directly from the opening battle in Neil: Automata, and if the pace is too large, it will combine very large enemies with heavy hits. The final battle had several stages, which was simple but attracted attention at the scene of the raid. You are caught in an epic showdown between 9S and 2B. Of course, you can prepare FFXIV Gil in advance so that you don't appear too passive in the duel.

The top of the sphere and action from the Nier franchise is full of screens, perfect for FFXIV. Spheres fly around, lasers explode in any way, and survival is only as reliable as your efforts to stop them. Oddly, this Nier-FFXIV mashup is almost better than other Final Fantasy mashups that XIV has done before.

Regarding FFXIV, the replication plant has taken advantage of the adjustment with the gear distribution. This time, the exact gear arrived in the form of weekly restrictions. You can only win one item a week, that's similar to the last expansion, but this time around has taken a shorter period.

Another trade-off is the full charm. After defeating the last boss, the raid team can roll the dice to get a full set of charm equipment inspired by the Queen 2B. So, even if the gear looks exactly like raid gear, you must apply it to an existing gear to fight. If you are trying to assault Level 1 charm equipment ... well, good luck.

It will take a few more months for more cross-border content to be published to FFXIV, but what was said in the first round itself is attractive. You may have noticed that I didn't mention this story too much here. I deliberately ignore mentioning the narrative surrounding The Copied Factory, because well, I have no intention of disrupting any interactions, and pranks are centered around the two dwarfs who work with you. Of course, if you want to buy the ideal FFXIV Gil, you can buy Final Fantasy 14 Gil at IGGM. As far as I know, their website is doing a 5% discount recently. Come and buy now!

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By Bale
Added Dec 4 '19

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