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In the last days of the storyline of ''[[Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward]]'', two '''battles''' are fought east of the [[Black Shroud]] for control of [[Baelsar's Wall]]. The conflict, which is orchestrated by Ala Mhigan nationalist fanatic [[Ilberd Feare]], leads to a reopening of the [[Invasion of Eorzea|war between the Alliance and the Empire]], which had stabilized in the wake of [[Operation Archon]] and the [[Garlean succession crisis]]. Under Ilberd, who takes the moniker "The Griffin", Ala Mhigan refugees posing as Alliance soldiers storm Baelsar's Wall, only to be massacred on his orders as a sacrifice to summon the primal [[Shinryu (Final Fantasy XIV)|Shinryu]], which is subdued by [[Omega (Final Fantasy XIV)|Omega]], an ancient [[Allagan Empire|Allagan]] superweapon unleashed by the Alliance.
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In the last days of the storyline of ''[[Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward]]'', two '''battles''' are fought east of the [[Black Shroud]] for control of [[Baelsar's Wall]]. The conflict, which is orchestrated by Ala Mhigan nationalist fanatic [[Ilberd Feare]], leads to a reopening of the [[Invasion of Eorzea|war between the Alliance and the Empire]], which had stabilized in the wake of [[Operation Archon]] and the [[Garlean succession crisis]]. Under Ilberd, who takes the moniker "The Griffin", Ala Mhigan refugees posing as Alliance soldiers storm Baelsar's Wall, only to be massacred on his orders as a sacrifice to summon the primal [[Shinryu (Final Fantasy XIV)|Shinryu]] which is slain by [[Omega (Final Fantasy XIV)|Omega]], an ancient [[Allagan Empire|Allagan]] superweapon unleashed by the Alliance.
   
 
The battles, which concludes the 3.x storyline, leads to the beginning of ''[[Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood]]''; players participate through running Baelsar's Wall as a 4-man dungeon and completing various solo content.
 
The battles, which concludes the 3.x storyline, leads to the beginning of ''[[Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood]]''; players participate through running Baelsar's Wall as a 4-man dungeon and completing various solo content.
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