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Leviathan:final fantasy summons

Posté le 13/6/2015 à 15:03 - 0 Commentaires - poster un commentaire - Lien

The Final Fantasy XV Gil: Episode Duscae demo offered a brief but exciting glimpse into what the 2016 (hopefully) game will deliver. I expected the visuals or combat style to be the coolest part of the demo, but was absolutely blown away when I summoned Ramuh. What I witnessed was one of the greatest, most exciting moments in my long-running Final Fantasy career. Considering the fact that Ramuh is typically a early level, low-damaging summon, the other summons in FFXV are likely to be insane. Ramuh got the Final Fantasy aficionados at Power Up Gaming thinking about the summons that we rely on the most, and the ones that we think are, hands down, just the best. So, whether we call them Eidolons, Aeons, Espers, or Guardian Forces, here are the summons that we think kick the most ass. Leviathan Leviathan made his first appearance in Final Fantasy II, but was not available as a summon until FFIII. Leviathan is awesome thanks to his raw power and brutal Tsunami/Tidal Wave attack. Water magic is not a very common element in Final Fantasy, but if you find an enemy who is weak to water, Leviathan will easily finish him off and drag him down to the depths of the sea. In FFVIII, Leviathan is capable of instantly killing some enemies, while in FFIX (like other summons in the game), its power is multiplied with the number of Aquamarine stones in the inventory. Leviathan is, more or less, the FF equivalent of the Kraken, so it is entirely appropriate to yell its name every time that you Buy FFXIV Gil unleash it.

Final Fantasy XIV EU Store, Physical Collector's order: unable to complete payment

Posté le 11/6/2015 à 15:03 - 0 Commentaires - poster un commentaire - Lien

So, today me and a lot of FFXIV Gil friends received a mail where the EU shop said they couldn't complete our order payment, and they asked to check if we had enought money on the card. And the card is fine, i also have the 1EUR fee... Anyone with the same problem? Sent an email to the support, but still no reply. Same problem here (PS4 physical copy) with only difference they tried to take the money from my credit card which isn't the default payment method(Paypal is) so it's kinda bothering. The money are there. Sent an email asap, now i'm waiting for some answers. P.S. I can't even remove the old method payment, the Paypal is set as default/primary payment method, but the credit card method can't be removed... If tomorrow they try to charge again the credit card instead of Paypal i will go nuts. I had this problem and made a post a few days ago to try to bring it to attention of SE. Some card issuers, and paypal, will only allow a maximum of 30 days for a pre-authorised transaction. If no funds have been requested after that inital 1Eur/£1/1Kronor etc within 30 days it will expire. So in other words SE should not have allowed pre-order in the EU to take place in that way. Its a good method for grocerie shopping as thats usually delivered and final within a week but not pre-order of months in advance. I've tried to get a resposne from SE over wether they will try to do just a simple debit on the re-try, or wether the game needs FFXIV Power leveling to be re-ordered but still no reply
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