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Final Fantasy XI: Doll Festival Quest
  • Categories:Gender, Video Game, Computer Game, Role Playing Game
  • Game System: PlayStation 2
  • Original Release Date: March 23, 2004
  • Also Released on Windows: October 28, 2003
  • Also Released on XBOX360: April 18, 2006
  • Quest Dates: February 28, 2005 at 19:00 to March 13, 2005 at 19:00

Description

In 2005, in the MMORPG, Final Fantasy XI there was a new side quest "The Doll Festival". Players form a 10 person alliance and talk to a Moogle located in any one of the 3 main nations. All you needed to do was stay in the 10 person party through the duration of the dialog.

The dialog started as:
Moogle: Have you seen the decorations?
The Doll Festival has started, kupo!
Moogle: I heard from my moogle sources that this is a celebration for the health and happiness of girls, kupo.
Moogle: Apparently, the young lady and her beau would play empress and emperor, and would be joined by eight of their friends for the festivities, kupo.
Moogle: Why don't you try making a ten-person party as well?
We can all have fun celebrating the Doll Festival, kupo!

After finishing the quest, players receive a piece of cake (Hume Rice Cake, Elvaan Rice Cake, Tarutaru Rice Cake and Mithran Rice Cake) based on the party formation, that when eaten, will turn them in to a female child version of a Mithra, Human, Elvaan, or Tarutaru.

The perfect prize was 3 Hume rice cakes, 3 Elvaan rice cakes, 3 Tarutaru rice cakes and 3 Mithran rice cakes.

The prizes may be transferable to other game players, but cannot be sold to NPCs or at the Auction house.


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After



Running around town



Links

Information about the event including party formation to prize ratios
Official Announcement from PlayOnline


originally posted by Katie Koufax on 2005-03-01, 1 edit, entryid=1901