Raids are hard at the best of times, especially if you're a healer and you forgot to do any healing because you were watching Curb Your Enthusiasm at the time and forgot and the party wiped and everyone shouted at you.
It's a sight harder still in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn's ultra-tough Final Coil of Bahamut dungeon, which producerclaims has only been beaten by 50 teams across all servers.
“Patch 2.4 also brought the final turns of the Coil of Bahamut and the conclusion to its incredible story,” writes Yoshida in his semi-regular. “Eorzea’s bravest hit the ground running, and in less than a week, on November 2, 2014 at 9:03 p.m. JST, the coil was cleared. The group to accomplish this amazing feat was Lucrezia, making them the first Japanese group to claim the title of world first. Congratulations on a job well done!”
Yoshida expressed his respect for anyone that can clear the dungeon, and threw down the gauntlet to new teams wishing to take up the challenge.
“I know how painstaking such an undertaking can be, and I thank you for taking such great interest in these challenging encounters. For those of you still making your way through, or preparing to step foot into the Final Coil─only about 50 teams have cleared the entirety of the Final Coil across all servers, so there’s no need to rush.”
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