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Final Fantasy XIV legacy[edit | edit source]
J'moldva became the first Ala Mhigan to fight at the Coliseum in Ul'dah. She quickly attained fame for her victories as "The Hellfire Phoenix," almost winning the title of champion in a battle with Greinfarr. J'moldva's triumph was sacrificed, however, to quell the fury of the crowd during a fight that grew out of hand. After that, she swore to never again take up sword or spear for sport. Though defeated before she could attain the title, numerous Ala Mhigans followed in her footsteps, and the proceeds of their victories have aided the nation's many refugees. Following her retirement from gladiatorial combat, J'moldva joined the Wood Wailers of Gridania, among whom she remained until sometime after the Calamity.
After the Calamity, J'moldva decided to put fighting behind her forever. J'moldva anonymously orders a sword as a gift for Greinfarr at Naldiq & Vymelli's. Despite not meeting directly with Greinfarr, J'moldva leaves a message for him to identify the sender and she only listens in hiding when he receives the sword.
J'moldva's fighting spirit returns when she meets the young half-breed Arenvald Lentinus. Thus risen from her ashes, the Hellfire Phoenix seeks the liberation of her homeland as an ally to the Scions of the Seventh Dawn and the Ala Mhigan Resistance, fighting alongside Arenvald and V'mah Tia in a battle far more meaningful than any she encountered on the bloodsands.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
In version 1.0, during the Unalienable Rights quest in gladiator questline, J'moldva was fought in a duel.