- 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
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
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
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
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.
Running around town
Information about the event including party formation to prize
Official Announcement from PlayOnline
originally posted by Katie Koufax on 2005-03-01, 1 edit, entryid=1901