Final Fantasy XIV Valentine's Day event will begin on February 10th
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Final Fantasy XIV Valentine's Day event will begin on February 10th

Lucas
Lucas

As Valentine's Day is just around the corner, Final Fantasy XIV has announced their upcoming Valentione's Day and Little Ladies' Day celebrations.

The celebration will begin on February 10th, starting at 12 AM PST, and will be available until March 8th at 6:59 AM PST.

With the event, each city in Final Fantasy XIV will be displaying a different set of festive decorations. On top of that, players will notice various decorations in residential districts, based on the following decoration schedule:

  • Valentione's Day Decorations - February 10th to February 21st
  • Little Ladies' Day Decorations - February 21st to March 8th

Players will be able to begin the event quest, A Delivery of Love, by speaking to Lisette de Valentione in Old Gridania (X:10.2 Y:9.4). To accept the quest, players must have at least one class at level 15. They must also have completed one of the following main story scenario quests: The Gridanian Envoy, The Ul'dahn Envoy, or The Lominsan Envoy.

As a reward for completing the event quest, players will be able to get their hands on a Lovely Moogle Cap piece of armor and a Stuffed Kupka Kupp tabletop furniture piece.

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Image Credits: FinalFantasyXIV.com

Lastly, do not forget that the next FFXIV Announcement Showcase is broadcasting today at 5:30 PM PST! Hopefully, we will find out what the next expansion will be!

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