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FFXIV Quest Magnets Help Organize Your Life in Style

By Faris Ruhi

September 1, 2021

New Final Fantasy XIV themed magnets are expected to ship in September and October 2021.

Final Fantasy XIV fans have a new way to get organized with the new quest icon magnets by Taito. Each of them lights up and features two sheets that allow you to indicate if a quest is completed or not.

Three types of magnets are expected to be available starting this month based on FFXIV quest markers. Got an important unavoidable task? You might want to place that under the Main Scenario Quest magnet. Need to do something that is not quite as important? Place it under a Job/Feature Quest magnet if it provides some meaningful benefit, or a simple Side Quest magnet if it’s not as significant as the others.

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If you’re looking to purchase one of these outside of Japan, Aitai Kuji is the only option at the moment. The Side Quest and Job/Feature Quest magnets are priced at ¥2,300 ($21) and the Main Quest magnet is slightly more expensive at ¥2,500 ($23).

These aren’t the only Final Fantasy XIV magnets that are being released. A new series of acrylic job magnets based on each job’s soul crystal is on the way in October 2021. Available varieties include Paladin, Warrior, Dark Knight, Dragoon, Monk and Ninja. The Square Enix Online Store is taking pre-orders at $5.50 a piece and ships worldwide.

Of course, if Final Fantasy XIV themed magnets aren’t your thing, you could always take a bite out of some tasty FFXIV themed Japanese-style fried chicken that might suit your palate better.

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Faris Ruhi
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Faris loves anything and everything video games. Playing, sharing, discussing, creating, you name it, he's into it all. When he's not focused on video games, he'll either be watching a TV show/anime or editing fun videos on his PC.

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