Final Fantasy XIV TTRPG Returns in September FFXIV tabletop role-playing game
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Final Fantasy XIV TTRPG Returns in September

Square Enix announced that, due to popular demand, the Final Fantasy XIV TTRPG will return to its online storefront after selling out. The second wave of the FFXIV tabletop role-playing game will appear again in English in September 2024.

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This second run of the game will be identical to the first. Pre-orders for it initially were revealed back in September 2023. It arrived in May 2024 for $59.99. The rerelease reprint cost the same amount. It will also include all of the same items and accessories as the first run. People also still get 59 Members Rewards Points when purchasing it from the Square Enix Store.

As this is a starter set, people get everything they need to play a tabletop role-playing game inspired by FFXIV. There are Gamemaster and Player Books included, to introduce a DM and player to the game, and a Rules Summary & Strategy Guide appears for quickly jumping in or getting refreshed on the game. People get four premade Character Sheets for a Black Mage, Dragoon, Warrior, and White Mage. There are also ability markers, character tokens, an encounter map, and 16 6d20 and 10d6 dice. 

Here’s a closer look at the set and its included dice:

The Final Fantasy XIV TTRPG is available now, and pre-orders of the rerelease of the game are now open ahead of its September 2024 debut. Final Fantasy XIV is available for the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. The Dawntrail expansion debuts on July 2, 2024.

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