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Dev Blog: Fan Gathering in the Land Down Under - News


Posted by Xenor Vernix on Jul 09, 2019 - 19:24.

FFXIV News - Dev Blog: Fan Gathering in the Land Down Under

From the Dev Blog.

Hi, everyone!

Lakukisu here with the latest scoop featuring of a Fan Gathering that took place in Sydney, Australia.

The event was hosted by PowerUp! gaming and a FFXIV Australia and New Zealand Fan Group during early access on Saturday 6th June. Guests joined the event from all across Australia to celebrate the release of Shadowbringers!

Pictures will always tell a better story than words, so let's take a look!

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Our beloved inflatables from the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade made an appearance!
And naturally, they were popular... so popular in fact, we were convinced they tried to steal the show!

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The cosplay was strong in this event!

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The night was certainly a blast!

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How many Australians does it take to spell Louisoix Leveilleur?
Well, this was tried and tested during the Fan Gathering and the answer is... 10 Australians.

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    Photo by Jamie Lee Soycoughski

Thank you to all the adventurers who joined this Fan Gathering - we're thrilled to see that you had fun! Thank you to Acer for providing the event with cool prizes, Crown Hotel for providing a nice location for the evening and lastly but not least, thank you to PowerUp! gaming and the FFXIV Australian and New Zealand Fan Group for making all of this amazingness happen!

If you're in Australia / New Zealand and you'd like to join the unofficial fan group, click here!

Enjoy the First and see you soon!

-Lakukisu
Community Team






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