The only thing they couldn't flatten were the cut scenes. Too many people running the dungeons for the first time were forced to skip the cut scenes in the two dungeons by players who had run the content before, so Square Enix made the footage non-skippable. After running through the dungeons, I saw why. The Praetorium had 36 minutes of cut scenes. By the end of the night, I wanted to bash my head into my keyboard. The scenes weren't that great.
|The main players in the series|
|My character Skitane on the left, Nashu on the right.|
At the end, the rewards weren't spectacular. I received the dress outfit Nashu is wearing in the screenshot above as well as a mini-Hildibrand minion. During the course of the series, I also learned the Manderville dance. But the real reward was the quality of the content itself. Given what's going on in the world, with my ability to leave the house limited, I really needed the distraction.
|The coat cost 150,000 gil|
Over the next week I need to continue to explore some of the systems I unlocked once I finished the patch 2.0 main scenario quests. I have an increasing number of NPCs I control as well a bunch of crafting content to learn. Plus, I still need to continue my march toward the Heavensward content. Only 86 quests to go.