Final Fantasy XI brings back its annual doll festival

    
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That's not a doll, guy.

For the many Japanese players of Final Fantasy XI, the annual doll festival feels entirely familiar and normal. For most of the international players, it feels kind of weird and unfamiliar. And yet everyone can enjoy it because it means that you have a chance to play with dolls in a video game. Who could be anything less than delighted about that? Hopefully not you, dear readers, as the game’s doll festival is coming back around on February 26th for everyone to enjoy.

Event moogles (those harbingers of antics) will be appearing in Bastok, San d’Oria, and Windurst, located in two districts and offering players festive items such as your very own doll display. Consider that this month’s login campaign also offers a chance to get your own Lilisette doll; it seems thematically appropriate. Collect your dolls! Display them for others! Do some research into this holiday that may be unfamiliar to you! It’s all in fun.

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Bhagpuss Bhagpuss

How’s the mobile version of FFXI coming along?

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Chris Moss

Everytime I see an article for this game, my heart skips a beat!

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Toy Clown

It’s odd to me that gamers may find dolls odd when they’re playing a virtual style of dolls. It’s as weird as people hating roleplayers in an RPG MMO.

On that note! I’d love to see a doll festival in another MMO!