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Dev Blog: Monkeyin' Around at the Eorzea Café - News


Posted by Xenor Vernix on Jan 23, 2016 - 00:24.

FFXIV News - Dev Blog: Monkeyin' Around at the Eorzea Café

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New FFXIV: Heavensward info is available on the dev blog from today. Read below for all the news, taken from the dev blog.

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Greetings, everyone!

To usher in the New Year, the Eorzea Café in Tokyo has undergone a Heavensturn transformation by decorating the café and introducing special menu items themed after the seasonal event.



In addition to the great decorations as well as the delicious looking food and beverages available, everyone who visits the Eorzea Café before the end of January will receive some nice New Year's goodies, so let's take a quick look at what's being handed out.

How will your 2016 turn out? This special fortune will reveal all!

A New Year's card from Yoshi-P.

Hoping for a particular item to drop? Write your wish to the Twelve on this wooden plaque and hang it up at the café!

In addition to their wishes and messages, some café goers even took the time to draw illustrations on the plaques, and they look fantastic!



If you happen to be in or around the Tokyo area, be sure to stop into the Eorzea Café and check out the limited-time seasonal event! Let us know how it was if you do!

-Camate

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