Introduction and General Weeks Events
Machik and Yamino start you off this week. But they are not alone, we have Legren join us once again. And Floonrand pops in for a bit, but then disappears due to family fun. This is our 3 year anniversary though, so there is much to talk about.
We manage to fit in one final Fantasy Fable! Enjoy!
As with our fables, no add-on reviews this week. Machik’s goal is just to get back into the swing of things!
Main Topic – Korialstrasz the Consort
This week, what might be the final podcast, we talk about 3 years of podcasting and get immediate reactions from the co-hosts. What do they remember? How do they remember it? And how much do they argue about remembering it?
Questions and Answers
- Christopher Jones @mochajones10
- @thelorecraft Is Elune a goddess or a Titan? We have to get her tear in the Pillars quest, which are Titan based. #craftiequestions
- Isilme Lanithlorien @IsilmeSai
- @thelorecraft #craftiequestion with 7.3 dropping tomorrow what new feature are you looking forward to most?
- Tammy Reynolds @Amordea83
- #craftiequestions @thelorecraft Based on lore does nobility exist? Should you role play a noble birth?
Two emails. Both short. Both from Alisaunder. As it should be!
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