Final Fantasy XIV Guild Celebrates Same-Sex Marriage for Patch 2.4

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screenshots from Rough Trade Video (Youtube)

Citizens of Eorzea! Watch out for the new patch for Final Fantasy XIV. ?There?s a new update for Final Fantasy XIV that will set a new adventure to pump up your Final Fantasy experience.

New Final Fantasy XIV 2.4 update will have two new classes, Rogue and Ninja. You will be able to sneak and assassinate enemies like pros with the new classes available.

The Rogue class allows you to be able to use twin blades. Rogues are also adept in using poisons and enhancement in movement skills. The higher class, Ninjas, acquires the same skills that Rogues have. Only this time, Ninjas will focus solely on magical abilities, ninjutsu abilities, and hand gestures. Just like the comic series, Naruto.

However, the center of attraction of the update 2.4 is the same sex marriage. ?According to Final Fantasy XIV?s producer, Naoki Yoshida:

“Why should there be restrictions on who pledges their love or friendship to each other? And so we decided to go this way.”

Now, you will be able to marry anyone regardless of ?race, gender, or nationality. This update led to several social commentaries and also to this fabulous event right here!

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn recently offered a wonderful view as players dressed in colorful armors formed a virtual parade. This parade was their response to the recent update 2.4 that allows same-sex marriage within the role-playing game.

The parade was organized by Final Fantasy XIV LGBT group, Rough Trade Gaming Community. Also, the parade was set up to commemorate the passing?of a guild member ?during the Calgary stabbings.

The players arranged themselves in a colorful rainbow fashion. Also, they kind of show off some of their class? skills as additional effects to emulate fireworks to make the parade even more beautiful. The parade was called ?Pixel Pride?. Soon, there will be no more discrimination between sexual orientations as it is being widely accepted even online.

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