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About Zurvanite

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    The Demon
  • Birthday 09/26/1990

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    The Floating Continent of Azys Lla
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    The Stormlight Archive, Mistborn, Warbreaker, The Wheel of Time, Final Fantasy XIV, The Legend of Heroes Trails of Cold Steel, Namco Tales series

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  1. Playing more FFXIV getting ready for Shadowbringers. Mostly cleaning out all of my retainers inventories, along with my own. I have so much junk haha. Also I made an awesome new Samurai glam:
  2. Ah I forgot that was a thing haha. Well you should still be able to recover/reset your password through Mogstation.
  3. Sorry for double posting but I just saw this and did you buy the game for PC or did you buy it on PS4? Because if you want to play on PS4 you need to register the product key to that. If you registered it for PC and want to play on PS4 you have to buy the game again. This is what mine looks like on Mogstation for a general idea. You can see the PS4 section is all marked as license obtained. So you'll want to check that first to make certain. Also your XIV account (that is your username and password to log into the game) is exactly the same as your Mogstation account so if you forgot your password you should be able to reset it through Mogstation.
  4. If boss themes had a final form it would be this
  5. Btw the new level 80 raids include a Nier Automata 24 man, and Eden, a Final Fantasy VIII raid. They had a Tactics/XII raid in Stormblood, and an Omega raid which included bosses from FFV, FFVI, and Chaos from FFI. Ivalice is a country in XIV. Garlemald invaded and basically destroyed most of it. The Lucavi exist as well, and Ultima the High Seraph. Also along with the Ascians each being named as a Scion of Light, each Imperial Legatus from Garlemald is based on a previous FF villain. Spoilers below:
  6. The third Night Angel book, Beyond the Shadows. I liked the first two, especially the villain in the second book, Godking Garoth Ursuul, but the third feels super rushed, with months going by in the span of pages. There was a Deus Ex Machina near the end and it was really poorly done, by introducing a new character and promptly dropping them 5 pages later for the sole purpose of telling the MC Kylar where he needed to go. One scene I had been waiting for since the first book was completely glossed over for more wacky Durzo/Kylar antics which were getting kinda dull at that point. Some characters from the second book didn't even get a line in the third one, just showing up in the background, and one of my favorite characters was basically forgotten about. It was a mess. Anathem by Neal Stephenson. I usually really like his books, but Anathem was way too convoluted and hard to follow.
  7. Bumping because OOOOH MY GOD THIS LOOKS AWESOME. Really like how they are starting to focus on the story behind Hydaelyn and Zodiark, and the new enemies called Sineaters.
  8. "I am Grahf, the seeker of power. Doth thou desire the power? My fist is the divine breath! Blossom, o fallen seed, and draw upon thy hidden powers!! Grant unto thee the power of the glorious 'Mother of Destruction'!" - Grahf from Xenogears
  9. I'm still playing Xenogears. Just got Bart's Andvari Gear which is freaking awesome looking, but I'm stuck on the Shakhan fight. He heals too fast and even though my gears are upgraded with the best available engines, frames, and armor I still can't do enough decent damage...I might switch Elly out for Maria or Citan. I'm also replaying Trails of Cold Steel on the PS4, and I just encountered one of the funniest conversations in any rpg I've ever played:
  10. Seveneves by Neal Stephenson. The very first line in the book got me hooked. "The moon blew up without warning and for no apparent reason." That is how you hook someone. It actually kinda reminded me of the first line in Elantris since it had the same impact.
  11. Xenogears. I haven't played it in years so it's a bit unfamiliar which is nice. I do remember the fight against Ramsus and Myyah early on being super tedious so I'm kinda dreading that.
  12. "In darkness blooms the Spider Lily..."
  13. Seveneves by Neal Stephenson. I love the premise of hyper advanced civilizations, especially when we get to learn how they came about.
  14. Ironically enough Lift IS that storming pure (since she gets nauseous around Nightblood) and breathes (belches) Stormlight to heal people. Anyways I saw this crempost on Reddits r/Stormlight_Archive this morning and had to share it:
  15. Reviving this today to show you the art for this game. Some of the best environments ever designed in a fantasy game: