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Dev Blog: Pretty Please (With Sugar On Top) - News

Posted by Xenor Vernix on Jan 05, 2018 - 19:31.

FFXIV News - Dev Blog: Pretty Please (With Sugar On Top)

From the Dev Blog.

Hello again, Warriors of Light!

In case you missed it, the Mog Station was recently updated with new additions and a Winter Sale! You can save on items like Phials of Fantasia, Dye Pots and more through Monday, January 29th 2018.

Today, we're featuring the latest emote added to our Optional Items collection.

Have you ever needed to convince a begrudging tank to come along for roulettes? Or perhaps there's that delightful new glamour you've had your eye on, and you need to charm your favorite crafter for some assistance?

Introducing Emote: Pretty Please!




I mean honestly, how can you say no to a face like that?

A fun element with this new emote is pairing it with various facial expressions.

A sad expression can give the illusion of a heartfelt apology:



This Miqo'te is the picture of tranquility while combining "Pretty Please" with the "Shut Eyes" expression!



Our local Elezen lady appears to have received some interesting news... (I wonder if it's good or bad? She appears to be contemplating...)



Like many emotes in FINAL FANTASY XIV, there's lots of room for creative expression.

Steal this suave little Lalafell's combination with the following macro:


* For our English speaking players, that would be "/micon Pretty Please emote" for the first line of the macro!

We'd love to see what you can combine with /pplease!




Intrigued? Head on over to the Mog Station to pick up Emote: Pretty Please!

- Luxpheras
Community Team

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