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The launch of Assault on Balaurea
The Elyos and Asmodians may not like one another very much, but they’re going to have to settle their differences — at least temporarily — to take on their mutual enemy in this update.
The Balaureans are the main threat, and while it’s not a great situation to be in, look on the bright side: thanks to them, Aion players are getting new zones, instances, pets, and even a shiny new level cap. Flight mechanics have been improved as well to help everyone take on the Balaureans.
After a vicious, brutal campaign, the primary election between light-side Spiritual Guidance writer Dawn Moore and the shadow-specced Fox Van Allen (your host for today’s article, of course) has come to a close. Fox had built a strong lead in the polls right up until this weekend, when a confused cadre of Tea Party activists misread Dawn’s fondness for Earl Grey as tacit support for a right-wing economic agenda. Stupid democracy — it just never seems to work.
Being an international superstar, I’m constantly accosted by fans. They walk up to me on the street and they ask, “Fox, what’s the best part about working for WoW.com?” There’s an awful lot I like about writing, of course. I love that I have groupies. I love that I get to write about priests, internet dragons and magic, and then name my column something ridiculous, random and ill-fitting like “Eight simple rules for dating my teenaged shadow priest.” I love that I can actually help people play the game better.
But what’s the best part? The groupies. Yeah, hands down. The groupies.
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It’s a good day to be in Vana’diel, as Final Fantasy XI’s much-awaited September version update is now up and running on the live servers. That means another increase in the level cap, new missions for Wings of the Goddess, and many other improvements to the game. The full list of changes may be found in the official patch notes, which also include a few pieces of information not previously disclosed.
As expected, the majority of the changes center around the increase of the level cap to 85, complete with levels for the previewed new abilities and traits. There are also several smaller quality of life improvements, and the usual array of bug fixes across the board. Players waiting for the update to download (which can take quite some time, as any Final Fantasy XI veteran can attest) can peruse the full list of changes and get ready for some interesting new experiences.
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Players anticipating Final Fantasy XIV got to play an exciting new game starting last night, which is currently being dubbed “hoping that the server connection doesn’t reset while applying for open beta.” The servers have been wheezing under the load of people trying to log in, but luckily, some players have managed to get in and obtain crucial information. FFXIVCore has put together a compilation of the more interesting tidbits, including the now-known server names and the notes for the latest and greatest patch.
While the closed beta servers were named for the bosses of the Final Fantasy series, the open beta servers (and the assumed launch servers) are named for famous cities from the games. This beta also had changed the previously homogenized stats of the races to differentiate racial choices — but with the differences only being a few points in any direction, there’s no huge impediment to playing any class as any race. Take a look at the full patch notes for a rundown of changes if you were in the prior beta, and keep trying if you find your registration attempts getting disconnected. Apparently there’s no shortage of eager Final Fantasy XIV fans.
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