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#1 Sep 24 2013 at 6:54 PM Rating: Good
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One of the complaints someone had between beta and full release was that the "young ladies of the world's oldest profession" who were hanging around the miner's guild were missing.

Well, I found them. They followed the miners seeking mythril up to the Golden Bazaar and now they're twitching their rear ends alluringly in the open air.

Lady one: Here all by your lonesome?
Lady two: I can fix that for you... for a price.

So no, not deleted. Just moved outside the city a bit. Smiley: lol
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There are a pair of bathing female miqo'te that told me (paraphrasing), " are you shocked I swing that way?"

That got a pretty good giggle out of me.
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I know what I'm spending my money on once I obtain a million gil! :p
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Well, since you mentioned it...

http://i.imgur.com/KuI8iMa.jpg

Ended up taking that screenshot when I first started playing during Early Access. Didn't know there was any controversy surrounding them, but there ya go...
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Well, since you mentioned it...

http://i.imgur.com/KuI8iMa.jpg

Ended up taking that screenshot when I first started playing during Early Access. Didn't know there was any controversy surrounding them, but there ya go...


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Best dialog is from Longshaft and the twins up at High Bridge or whatever.

Best alluring animation is from two miqo'te at Forgotten Springs, where it looks like one is teaching the other how to be ****.
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Catwho wrote:
One of the complaints someone had between beta and full release was that the "young ladies of the world's oldest profession" who were hanging around the miner's guild were missing.

Well, I found them. They followed the miners seeking mythril up to the Golden Bazaar and now they're twitching their rear ends alluringly in the open air.

Lady one: Here all by your lonesome?
Lady two: I can fix that for you... for a price.

So no, not deleted. Just moved outside the city a bit. Smiley: lol

Awesome! Was looking for those for a while now. Excellent work Catwho :) Many internets to you!
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There is also a woman in Costa Del Sol that says something like "You want me to dance? First i would see the color of your coin, i have kids to feed." or something like that.
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Catwho wrote:
One of the complaints someone had between beta and full release was that the "young ladies of the world's oldest profession" who were hanging around the miner's guild were missing.

Well, I found them. They followed the miners seeking mythril up to the Golden Bazaar and now they're twitching their rear ends alluringly in the open air.

Lady one: Here all by your lonesome?
Lady two: I can fix that for you... for a price.

So no, not deleted. Just moved outside the city a bit. Smiley: lol


Catwho wrote:
One of the complaints someone had between beta and full release was that the "young ladies of the world's oldest profession" who were hanging around the miner's guild were missing.

Well, I found them. They followed the miners seeking mythril up to the Golden Bazaar and now they're twitching their rear ends alluringly in the open air.

Lady one: Here all by your lonesome?
Lady two: I can fix that for you... for a price.

So no, not deleted. Just moved outside the city a bit. Smiley: lol


It's important to note that if you walk near the guy near those two, he takes about how he got an STD.

It's pretty great.
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So THAT'S why the ESRB rating has "suggestive themes" LOL
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They're still not the Miqo'te in lacy underwear from 1.0 that sadly got replaced by boxes though. But the sentiment is appreciated, SE.
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SE has been pulling these crude jokes ever since FFVII when Cloud had that *** experience in the massage parlor. It really creeped me out.
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One of the guards up in the camp past Aleport (forgot the camp, the one in between the two tidegates) made a comment about why she left home and joined the military. Something about not wanting to open her legs for every passing sailor. Smiley: eek
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Why does SE objectify women so much? They should really focus more on killing things.
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Why does SE objectify women so much? They should really focus more on killing things.


Japan, that is why.
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If it were a Rockstar game, you'd kill the objectified women.
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Smiley: boozing What's a pretty place like you doing in a lady like this?

This is the writers style of humor in a game that is clearly marked to have the "stuff". Smiley: sleeper

I can picture far more obscene places the writer doesn't go, that is found in media all over the place. I find this writer somewhat tasteful because he is beating around the bush to entertain versus being blunt. There are things I can say to slightly get the blood boiling or hearts racing a tad. And there are certain things that just shock the **** out of people for the sake of it.
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... really? Objectify? This is going to turn into a sexism debate?

No mention of the subligar, the frost water bathers, the Ala Mhingo champions or the many different lewed men comments.

Heck, there are a pair of ladies that allure a poor unsuspecting Rody to an isolated area in Limsa and string him up for his money. I'd say there's a fair showing all around.

Just because sexuality exists, does not make it instant objectification. There are women in real life that act this way, you know.
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I'm just grateful that 99% of the NPCs are rather modestly dressed. Exceptions include the belly dancers in Ul'Dah... and Yda... and Minfilia... (wtf is up with the hot pink sports bra?)

Edited, Sep 25th 2013 4:37pm by Catwho
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Catwho wrote:
I'm just grateful that 99% of the NPCs are rather modestly dressed. Exceptions include the belly dancers in Ul'Dah... and Yda... and Minfilia... (wtf is up with the hot pink sports bra?)

Edited, Sep 25th 2013 4:37pm by Catwho


Eye candy. Even though there are a fair amount of female gamers these days, relatively speaking, they still throw in that eye candy for the male gamers.
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I'm just grateful that 99% of the NPCs are rather modestly dressed. Exceptions include the belly dancers in Ul'Dah... and Yda... and Minfilia... (wtf is up with the hot pink sports bra?)


Or the fact that you can see her underwear through the holes in the back of her skirt.

I suppose it helps her keep cool in sunny Thanalan.
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SE has been pulling these crude jokes ever since FFVII when Cloud had that *** experience in the massage parlor. It really creeped me out.


Is older than that, there was a gentlemen's club in FF4.
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... really? Objectify? This is going to turn into a sexism debate?

No mention of the subligar, the frost water bathers, the Ala Mhingo champions or the many different lewed men comments.

Heck, there are a pair of ladies that allure a poor unsuspecting Rody to an isolated area in Limsa and string him up for his money. I'd say there's a fair showing all around.

Just because sexuality exists, does not make it instant objectification. There are women in real life that act this way, you know.


Well not just sexism, but the game also objectifies cats. My female cat is doubly offended by all of this.

SE needs to fix it....right meow.
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Is older than that, there was a gentlemen's club in FF4.


I suppose so, but it was so vague it wasn't much of anything. The *** massage FFVII scene was over the top and just inappropriate. It was the hot coffee of Final Fantasy.
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Some of Refia's outfits in FFIII have her in skirts. None of the guys ever have outfits with skirts. Smiley: disappointed
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Some of Refia's outfits in FFIII have her in skirts. None of the guys ever have outfits with skirts. Smiley: disappointed


Simply more post-feminist male-discrimination and andro-bashing by the female-dominated fashion-ocracy.

I just had too.

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and Minfilia... (wtf is up with the hot pink sports bra?)


At least it's lampshaded in the storyline when Livia Sas Junius, herself wearing full plate from top to bottom, suggests that Minfilia should think about using some armor next time. Smiley: laugh

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Some of Refia's outfits in FFIII have her in skirts. None of the guys ever have outfits with skirts. Smiley: disappointed


I beg to differ:
http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20101216073843/finalfantasy/images/9/94/DissidiaBartz.png

Edited, Sep 26th 2013 1:47am by Xoie
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I find the mature themes in this game very satisfying. None of it is completely tasteless and overt. I think if any of us became an "adventurer" in the real world of today, we would likely run across these same themes at times. To me, it makes the world of Hydaelyn more immersive. I don't need a game world to patronize my sensibilities as though I'm some basement dweller from the deep south of the US that gets offended when a woman just so happens to act like a human being rather than an ideal that people made up back in the Dark Ages because they feared women who could have equal social footing with men.

If you find female sexuality demeaning, it's probably because you've never experienced an empowered and liberated woman in your life. It can be quite joyful to meet your equal.

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I remember that one of the storyline quests have you go back and forth to rub oil on this hairy dude in the hot springs. Really upped the creepy factor for me. Even creepier than those crocodiles with underbites.
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Despite all the joking around, i really do feel it adds to the game. After the calamity there really shouldnt be much work. There are some carpenters being wanted, but a good majority of the npc's are unemployed. Some resort to robbery and violence, others simply join the seamstress guild, it's a perfectly reasonable representation of what really would happen in such a situation. It's pretty heavy for a Final Fantasy game, but it builds atmosphere.
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I find the mature themes in this game very satisfying. None of it is completely tasteless and overt. I think if any of us became an "adventurer" in the real world of today, we would likely run across these same themes at times. To me, it makes the world of Hydaelyn more immersive. I don't need a game world to patronize my sensibilities as though I'm some basement dweller from the deep south of the US that gets offended when a woman just so happens to act like a human being rather than an ideal that people made up back in the Dark Ages because they feared women who could have equal social footing with men.

If you find female sexuality demeaning, it's probably because you've never experienced an empowered and liberated woman in your life. It can be quite joyful to meet your equal.

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Heh....I doubt anybody here's really offended. Any feign at being offended was likely sarcasm and a jab at our hyper sensitive world.

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