The worlds of Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XI are coming together today for “The Maiden’s Rhapsody: Memories of an Unseen Realm” collaboration event. Final Fantasy XIV players can check it out now until June 22. The rewards are based around the main character from Final Fantasy 11 … if you complete The Maidens Rhapsody quests, you will get her full armor set … fans of Final Fantasy 11 will definitely want to take part, if they haven’t the last 2 times this event was held. This makes for the third… will it be the final time? Is anything ever REALLY final in FINAL Fantasy?
Memories of an Unseen Realm Armor Set…
The Maiden’s Rhapsody 2020 Quest
To start the event quest you will need to go to Limsa Lominsa — You can pick it up from Remumu in the Upper Decks close to the Inn (X: 11.6 Y:11.2)
The Maiden’s Rhapsody 2020 Rewards
The rewards for the event all consist of armor pieces, which form a set.
You may recognise this set from Monster Hunter.
As you may know, Square-Enix and Capcom have been willing to please fans of each other’s #1 franchises in the past, with a crossover event that saw each other’s game worlds invaded by some of the largest, most fierce monsters that each game has to offer.
– I was an active player at the time, and have fond memories of Final Fantasy from childhood, at that particular time I couldn’t really enjoy the event (life is a non-stop “event” full of challenges) – but I certainly saw the cool-factor and was happy for the happy fans;
Final Fantasy 14’s Behemoth piercing the skies of Monster Hunter: World and offering a generous range of rewards, including 4 New armor, new weapons … even new Poogie skins!
What about the Amatsu set then? Well this is what’s on offer:
This might be your last chance to get these items; although since the event has occurred in the past, and here it is again…there’s also a possibility that if you do miss the event, you might be able to do it in the future.
If possible, do it – claim your possibly never-available-again armor – and flex in Red and White Tudor and Stuarts-looking garb.
If you’re new to Final Fantasy, or you have a stable of max level characters with expert-level casting rotations for every class, there’s a very small detail that may have eluded you. As a big fan of the Dark Souls series, this particular event which takes place right after character creation piqued my interest… something about it, possibly the Dark Souls vibe, possibly because of my experience in computer games programming… or maybe something cleverly implied in the quest text, made me wonder whether a particular mundane choice could have an impact on the game. If you’d like to know more about that…. then, Why Did You Become An Adventurer?