A young fighter of surpassing skill, Lyse yearns to bring freedom to her homeland of Ala Mhigo, which fell to the Empire when she was but a child. Her brash, impulsive ways often result in her biting off more than she can chew. Yet the time may come when she must rise to the occasion and become a leader of men...Official website
Lyse Hext is a non-player character from Final Fantasy XIV. A refugee of the fallen Ala Mhigo, Lyse fled to Sharlayan with her older sister Yda, where the latter joined the Circle of Knowing with her partner Papalymo Totolymo. When Yda was tragically slain on a mission to smuggle refugees out of Ala Mhigo, Lyse in her grief spent years pretending to be Yda with Papalymo's assistance. She would work alongside Papalymo in the Circle and its successor organization, the Scions of the Seventh Dawn, as their representative in the Twelveswood.
It wouldn't be until Papalymo himself passed, his final words to her to walk her own path, that Lyse finally shed her sister's guise and revealed her true identity to her compatriots. From there she would return to Ala Mhigo under her own name to finally liberate it from the Garlean Empire.
- 1 History
- 2 Characteristics
- 3 Gameplay
- 4 Other appearances
- 5 Behind the scenes
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Notes
Before Final Fantasy XIV
Lyse was born in the village of Ala Gannha in the Peaks of Gyr Abania, where she grew up with her father Curtis and older sister Yda. Curtis served as a guard in the employ of the royal house of King Theodoric. When the Mad King's rule became too oppressive for him to bear, Curtis fled with his daughters to live off the land as a hunter. Curtis and Yda would eventually join the Ala Mhigan Resistance in fighting against the Mad King's rule. Curtis's natural charisma saw him rise to a position of leadership in the Resistance, and in the year 1557 of the Sixth Astral Era it was he who led the charge that toppled the tyrant.
The victory would be short-lived, as the Garlean Empire soon invaded in the chaos following the revolution. Curtis was slain in the ensuing violence, and Lyse was spirited away by her sister. They initially sought asylum in the Black Shroud, but were forced to leave after being denied blessing of the elementals. After months of wandering and foraging off the land to survive, they found themselves in the Dravanian Hinterlands. There they met Archons Louisoix Leveilleur and Papalymo Totolymo, and with their aid were granted sanctuary in the city-state of Sharlayan.. Yda and Papalymo soon became fast friends. Yda became an Archon of Sharlayan herself, and alongside Papalymo a founding member of Louisoix's Circle of Knowing, an organization dedicated to the salvation of Eorzea.
Several years later, around the year 1571,[note 1] Yda and Papalymo would find themselves spending some time in Gyr Abania on a mission to smuggle refugees out of the war-torn region. The mission would go awry when Yda stayed behind to save a young girl named Fordola and was ambushed by imperial soldiers, and she was slain in the ensuing battle.
Papalymo was able to recover Yda's mask in the aftermath and gave it to Lyse as a keepsake, but in her grief Lyse began wearing the mask and pretending to be Yda as a coping mechanism. Papalymo agreed to uphold the charade and invoked a glamour of Yda's Archon tattoos for Lyse, and under this guise she would begin serving as Papalymo's partner in the Circle in Yda's stead. The other members of the Circle of Knowing immediately saw through Lyse's deception, but agreed to remain silent at Papalymo's behest.
The adventurer would meet "Yda" in the year 1572. While they had encountered the real Yda before via Echo visions of the year 1562,[note 2] they were unaware that the Yda they had encountered in their vision had passed in the intervening years.[note 3]
When the adventurer set out to assist members of the Ala Mhigan Resistance they found the Resistance massacred by imperial legatus Gaius van Baelsar. Before he could do the same to the adventurer, Yda and Papalymo intervened, along with fellow Circle members Thancred Waters and Y'shtola Rhul. After forcing the legatus to retreat, they warned the adventurer that they were not yet ready to fight the empire. They would only sporadically run into Yda afterwards in the days before the Seventh Umbral Calamity. As the Calamity was unfolding, Yda and Papalymo would pray at the mark of Nophica in Gridania, as part of an effort throughout Eorzea to summon the Twelve to stave off the disaster.
In the five years following the Calamity, the Circle of Knowing and the Path of the Twelve would merge to form a new organization under Minfilia Warde's leadership, the Scions of the Seventh Dawn. Yda and Papalymo would continue their work in the Twelveswood as members of the Scions, and it was in this capacity that they traveled to Lifemend Stump to investigate a disturbance in the Shroud's aetheric flow. Here they were reintroduced to the adventurer, though neither recognized them as the savior of the realm beyond a vague sense of familiarity. After a handful more run-ins, they began to recognize signs of the Echo in the adventurer, and invited them to meet with Minfilia at their headquarters in the Waking Sands and join the Scions.
With the threat posed by primals growing rapidly in Eorzea, preventing their summoning became the Scions main mission, and on one such assignment Yda and Papalymo worked with the adventurer in a successful bid dissuade the Sylphs from summoning their primal Ramuh. However, while the adventurer was away on a separate assignment to stop the primal Titan, the Waking Sands was attacked by imperials under the command of Livia sas Junius, with Yda and Y'shtola being the only Scions to evade capture or death.
After some time had passed, Yda and Y'shtola returned to the Waking Sands where they were reunited with the adventurer, along with Cid Garlond and Alphinaud Leveilleur. Together the group began investigating the disappearances of the Scions that weren't among the dead, leading them to Castrum Centri in Mor Dhona. There they staged a rescue wherein Yda briefly dueled with Livia before being forced to retreat.
After the success of Operation Archon and the defeat of the Ultima Weapon and Gaius van Baelsar, she continued her duties with the Scions as they moved their headquarters to the Rising Stones in Mor Dhona. In this time she was briefly reunited with Moenbryda Wilfsunnwyn, a friend of hers from Sharlayan. When Moenbryda was killed by the Ascian Nabriales, Yda was devastated, and whilst visiting a memorial to her friend with the adventurer, now known as the Warrior of Light, they witnessed the Dravanian Horde gathering for an assault on Ishgard.
After a successful of Ishgard, the Scions were invited to a banquet in Ul'dah to celebrate along with the leaders of the Eorzean Alliance. During the banquet, the Scions were betrayed by the Crystal Braves and framed for the assassination of Nanamo Ul Namo. In the ensuing chaos, Yda stayed behind with Papalymo in the Royal Promenade to buy enough time for the other Scions to escape.
Yda and Papalymo succesfully escaped from Ul'dah with the aid of members of the Ala Mhigan Resistance, who helped smuggle them to Little Ala Mhigo. The pair began working with the Resistance to repay the debt, and crossed Baelsar's Wall into Gyr Abania via a network of hidden tunnels. Knowing Yda to be the daughter of Curtis Hext, Commander Conrad Kemp of the Resistance devoted significant resources to safely transporting the pair, leading some in his command to believe he had a mind to groom her for a leadership position in the Resistance. During this time Yda befriended M'naago Rahz, and on one assignment together M'naago witnessed Yda single-handedly defeating an entire imperial unit.
Though Yda and Papalymo would later learn that the Scions had been exonerated, they had disposed of their linkpearls during their escape from Ul'dah, and their subsequent efforts to reestablish contact failed. Continuing their work with the Resistance, they would cross back over the Wall to Southern Thanalan in order to investigate the Masks, an extremist Resistance faction forming under the leadership of the mysterious Griffin. At a rally held by the Masks they would finally be reunited with their fellow Scions, who had come to conduct their own investigation into a large amount of crystals that had been shipped to the Masks, leading to fears that they were planning to summon a primal.
Assisting the Scions with their investigation, Yda and Papalymo used their Resistance contacts to arrange a meeting between the Scions and the Griffin's double, and Papalymo expressed concerns at Yda's growing frustrations with the situation in Ala Mhigo. Shortly thereafter Yda and Papalymo finally chose to rejoin the Scions. The Scions were then approached by Gundobald, who had fought alongside Curtis and Yda in the revolution and was overjoyed to see Yda again, having thought her dead and remarking that she looked as though she hadn't aged at all in the intervening years. However, "Yda" did not remember Gundobald, and quickly excused herself after stumbling over a response explaining her absence, prompting Papalymo to curse himself for giving Yda's mask to her.
Some time later a wounded M'naago would arrive at the Rising Stones, warning that the Griffin was planning to attack Baelsar's Wall from the Gyr Abanian side. Hoping to convince the Resistance to stop the assault, Yda left along with Papalymo and Yugiri Mistwalker for the secret tunnels they had previously used to cross the wall. However, the attack came early and it became clear that the Griffin's assault was intended to be a false flag operation implicating the Eorzean Alliance while simultaneously inciting rebellion on the Gyr Abanian side. Alphinaud then set off after the infiltration group to prevent them from emerging in an open battlefield, while the Warrior of Light climbed the Wall to confront the Griffin.
The group rendezvoused with the Warrior of Light after he had defeated the Griffin, revealed to be the traitorous Ilberd Feare, former captain of the Crystal Braves. Ilberd had come into possession of the Eyes of Nidhogg, and revealed his true plan, sacrificing his soldiers and even himself to summon a primal against Garlemald. As the primal began to manifest from the dying life energieso of Resistance and the Eyes, Papalymo ordered everyone else to flee on Hilda Ware's airship while he stayed behind to invoked a spell that would seal the primal, imploring "Yda" to walk her own path. Yda protested his decision, knowing that the spell would cost Papalymo his life, but Thancred forcibly carried her back to the airship as light engulfed the manifesting primal and Papalymo, creating a massive "cocoon" in the sky above the Wall.
So, this is it. Whatever I choose to do from now on, I do as Lyse. ...And I choose to continue my family's fight. I want Ala Mhigo to be the country that Yda and my father always wanted it to be!Lyse
When the primal began showing signs of breaking out of the cocoon, Nero tol Scaeva proposed awakening Omega to defeat it. Yda was among those who accompanied the Warrior of Light and Nero to the Carteneau Flats where Omega laid dormant, and there requested that she be one to awaken the machine in honor of Papalymo. Omega confronted the primal, Shinryu, as it broke free of the cocoon, and the two fought to a stalemate before disappearing over the Wall. With the cocoon broken, and with it the last vestiges of Papalymo's aether, the Archon tattoos he had created for "Yda" faded.
In the aftermath of the battle, Yda returned to Baelsar's Wall, needing to see for herself that the cocoon was gone. There she finally took off her mask and revealed her true identity as Lyse to all present. Though the more tenured Scions had long known of the deception, the Warrior of Light was caught unawares, leading Lyse to explain to them what befell the original Yda. From then on Lyse chose to heed Papalymo's final words to her and walk her own path, acting under her true name and fighting for the freedom of Ala Mhigo.
Crossing into Gyr Abania with the Scions, Lyse would be reunited with Commander Kemp at Rhalgr's Reach as a representative of the Eorzean Alliance, apologizing for her earlier deception. Conrad was quick to forgive her, as she was far from the first member of the Resistance to hide their true identity. As part of the Resistance's agreement with Alliance, Lyse would return to her birthplace of Ala Gannha alongside the Warrior of Light and Resistance member Meffrid Noward on a mission to find new recruits for the Resistance. They received a cold reception from the village elder, Raganfrid Bleaker. He refused to provide any assistance, citing the many young already lost to the Griffin's assault on the Wall, and only relented from banishing the group from the village after recognizing Lyse as Curtis Hext's daughter.
In her attempts to find new recruits, Lyse attempted to appeal to them as a fellow Ala Mhigan, but found herself unable to relate to the plight of those who had lived under imperial the past 20 years. After saving a merchant who had been kidnapped by Qiqirn, the group followed him to his meeting to deliver his tributum to the local imperial garrison at Specula Imperatoris. They watched from the shadows as the imperials, a unit of Ala Mhigan youths called the Crania Lupi, beat the merchant for his late delivery. Lyse nearly rushed to the merchant's aid before being talked down by Meffrid, as not only were they in full view of Imperatoris, but any intervention would assuredly lead to reprisal against the merchant and his family, if not the whole of Ala Gannha. Unbeknownst to Lyse, the commander of the Crania Lupi was none other than Fordola rem Lupis, the same child whom Yda had previously given her life trying to save, now grown.
Despite their rescue of the merchant, Raganfrid still refused to aid the Resistance, causing Lyse to grow frustrated with the locals' acceptance of imperial rule. In addition she was troubled by the existence of the Crania Lupi, Ala Mhigans terrorizing their own. Nonetheless, their heroics succeeded in convincing some few of the locals to join the Resistance's cause, and a humbled Lyse returned to the Rhalgr's Reach with the group.
Shortly thereafter, the XIIth Imperial Legion, under the command of imperial viceroy Zenos yae Galvus, launched a surprise attack on the Reach. During the battle Lyse wintessed Fordola cutting down Meffrid, and the two briefly fought as Lyse tried to avenge her fallen compatriot, their duel interrupted by Zenos's arrival. While Fordola warned Zenos that Lyse was a stronger opponent than the average Resistance member, he overpowered her easily. As he moved to finish her off, Y'shtola intervened with a magical barrier to save her. This too failed to stop the viceroy and he broke through the barrier, grievously wounding Y'shtola in the process. Lyse was then taken prisoner along with Y'shtola and Commander Kemp. They were freed with the arrival of the Warrior of Light, but even they failed to defeat Zenos. The imperials subsenquentially withdrew, satisfied that the Resistance was suitably crushed.
With the Resistance decimated by the attack on the Reach, it became clear that fighting a head-on war with the Empire was unfeasible. The Scions thus proposed traveling to Doma, another imperial territory under Zenos's command. There they would rekindle its own failed revolution and force the XIIth Legion to fight a war on two fronts.
Lyse joined the Doma delegation, but was surprised to find much of the same hopelessness and listlessness there as she had seen in Ala Mhigo, and she became angered at the sight. It wasn't until she spoke with Lord Hien Rijin, missing heir to the Doman throne, that she began to understand the plight of those who had lived under imperial rule. He described people as being pragmatic as heart, that when faced with unrelenting disappointment and hardship they begin to accept it as normal, lest it only get worse. He continued that they could not be expected to rise up at a moment's notice, and that only one who knew their pain and loss could convince them to strive for more. Lyse related this to Papalymo's wish for her to find her own way forward, him having known her own pain and loss following the death of Yda, and resolved to become a leader comparable to Hien and the Warrior of Light.
The mission to Doma ultimately proving successful and Doma freed from imperial rule, the Scions returned to Gyr Abania to resumed their campaign there. With the Resistance having successfully rebuilt while Zenos was distracted in Doma, the combined strength of the Resistance and the Alliance initiated Operation Rhalgr's Beacon and began their march on Ala Mhigo. They first moved to take Castellum Velodyna from the Empire. Lyse led the successful assault on the bridge, forcing Fordola to retreat. From there the allied forces pushed through to Specula Imperatoris. During the battle, Fordola ordered the main cannon at the nearby Castrum Abania to fire on the main tower of Imperatoris, causing it to collapse on the combatants below and inflicting heavy casualties on both imperial and allied forces. Among those was Commander Kemp, who with his final words passed on command of the Resistance to Lyse.
Despite the catastrophe at Specula Imperatoris, Rhalgr's Beacon marched inexorably on, taking Castrum Abania and thus securing the final passage to the gates of Ala Mhigo. Lyse participated in the assault on the Castrum, and there witnessed Fordola demonstrating new powers as a Resonant. Lyse struggled with the burden of her newfound leadership in the aftermath, and seeing this was invited by General Raubahn Aldynn of the Immortal Flames to the nearby village of Coldhearth, his childhood home. There Raubahn told her of the day he met her father Curtis, a leader in the Ala Mhigan revolution. He recounted Curtis' revolutionary creed, "Liberty or Death," and his words that liberty meant not only being free, but free to build something better. Raubahn then asked Lyse to swear by her father's creed, which she did, adding that the liberty she seeks is liberty for every Ala Mhigan, even those who fought for the Empire.
With the stage set for the final battle at Ala Mhigo, Lyse and the Warrior of Light returned to Rhalgr's Reach for a brief respite and to check on their wounded comrades. There Lyse began wearing a traditional Ala Mhigan dress that once belonged to Yda, stating that by wearing it she could in a way allow Yda to be present for Ala Mhigo's liberation. Following a quick sparring match with the Warrior of Light they returned to the front.
There Lyse led an infiltration mission to Ala Mhigo's residential district, allowing the Resistance to secure it and taking custody of Fordola rem Lupis in the process. With the district secured the main host of the Alliance was free to launch an all-out assault on the main gates. They successfully broke through the gates and overran the city, and with Zenos slain by his own hand, Lyse declared victory and freedom for Ala Mhigo.
In the aftermath of Ala Mhigo's liberation, Lyse resigned from the Scions, choosing to stay and help the city-state build its new republic. She struggled to maintain order in the city—when a mob formed demanding the execution of the imprisoned Fordola, she was unable to calm them, and the mob was dispersed only with Raubahn's intercession, his status as near-legendary figure causing to crowd to quickly heed his words.
In order to determine what form Ala Mhigo's new government would take, Lyse arranged a meeting of the disparate leaders of Gyr Abania's peoples, including those of the beast tribes. The meeting was disrupted when the tempered Ananta of the Qalyana tribe summoned the primal Lakshmi in the midst of its proceedings. With the only people present with the Echo, and thus immune to tempering, being the Warrior of Light and Arenvald Lentinus, Lyse freed Fordola to aid them, as her Resonant powers were themselves a form of the Echo. With Fordola's aid the group were able to defeat the primal and the meeting proceeded as planned, with the leaders settling on ruling body of elected officials modeled after Ishgard's House of Commons.
In the aftermath of the meeting, Raubahn was relieved of his command of the Immortal Flames, allowing him to remain in his homeland of Ala Mhigo. With this and a pending reorganization of Ala Mhigo's army under the new government, Lyse nominated Raubahn as the overall commander of their forces, giving the Ala Mhigan people an experienced figurehead to rally behind.
When the Empire began mobilizing to retake Ala Mhigo, the Eorzean Alliance moved to defend the fledgling republic's borders. Before battle could be joined, the Alliance leaders met with Emperor Varis zos Galvus at the negotiating table, with Lyse and Raubahn serving as Ala Mhigo's representatives. The negotiations failed and Lyse joined the Alliance forces on the front lines at the Ghimlyt Dark. When the Ascian Elidibus, posing as the fallen crown prince Zenos, began turning the tide in the Empire's favor, Lyse joined a group attempting to stop him. They were soundly defeated, though Elidibus would ultimately be driven back by the arrival of the Warrior of Light and Estinien Wyrmblood.
As part of her efforts to build a unified nation, Lyse sought out Widargelt Beake of the Fist of Rhalgr, the last surviving member of Ala Mhigo's royal family. When Widargelt refused to serve in any royal capacity, Lyse reframed her offer to instead train the Resistance in the way of the Fist, as even she hadn't received any formal training, and he accepted the offer.
Following the Scions' return from the First, Lyse was the first Alliance leader to meet with them at the Rising Stones, informing them of the Empire's new war of succession following Varis's assassination. When mysterious towers began appearing across the world, Lyse summoned the Scions to Ala Mhigo where they ecnountered Lunar Bahamut and the rogue Ascian Fandaniel, who informed them of his and the revived Zenos's attempt to recreate the Final Days of Amaurot, with the towers playing an unspecified part. Lyse sent a scout unit to investigate the nearby tower in Gyr Abania. Sometime later, Lyse was attacked by one of the returning scouts, who was seemingly tempered by the tower to become devoted to the Garlean Empire. The scout was restrained and cured of his tempering, after which Lyse shared her findings with the rest of the Alliance.
Lyse is a fair-skinned Highlander with long blonde hair and blue eyes. She looked very similar to her sister Yda, enough to with some assistance fool old acquaintances of Yda's like Gundobald and even the Warrior of Light, who had encountered the real Yda via the Echo,[note 3] though those who were close to the real Yda immediately saw through the deception, only upholding the charade at Papalymo's insistence.
While posing as Yda, she wore Yda's outfit consisting of a white jacket, a dark red sash undershirt, fingerless gloves and a pair of red armored greaves. Her most distinctive feature was the mask on her turban that concealed the upper half of her face, her long hair also hidden beneath the turban. The mask served to hide her lack of the face tattoo born by Yda, and she had Papalymo glamour Yda's Archon tattoos for her to uphold the deception. She continued to use Yda's Gut Wrenchers, a pair of cesti-like darksteel knuckles sturdy enough to withstand the incredible force with which she wielded them. The only alteration Lyse made to the outfit was when she joined the Scions of the Seventh Dawn, adding a pair of aetheric goggles common amongst the Scions to her turban.
When Lyse dropped her guise as Yda, she was given a new outfit from Tataru Taru that was designed to better suit her fighting style. She now wore a short-cropped white shirt with an open red vest and the greaves from Yda's outfit, and used her bare fists in lieu of the Gut Wrenchers. On the eve of the siege of Ala Mhigo, she began wearing a red traditional Ala Mhigan dress with matching pointy-tipped shoes and baggy white pants. According to Lyse, the dress once belonged to Yda.
Lyse is laid-back and has no problem speaking whatever is on her mind. She has no qualms asking others directly about any subject, instead of trying more subtle means. She is also not very knowledgeable in matters that she can't solve by punching. Her bluntness and ignorance can cause her to come across as insensitive, often earning her a scolding from Papalymo. All in all she had a very similar personality to her sister, aiding her deception.
Once Lyse was exposed to the Ala Mhigan Resistance, she began showing signs of frustrations regarding Ala Mhigo's plight, earning her cautions from Papalymo to not act rashly. After she joined the war effort in Gyr Abania following Papalymo's death, these frustrations began to boil over. She struggled to relate with those who lived under imperial rule, becoming increasingly angry at their unwillingness to rise up against their oppressors, and without Papalymo's intercession her insensitivity began to offend more frequently.
Conrad saw potential in Lyse as a leader, and with guidance from him, Hien, and Raubahn, Lyse was able to mature and become the leader Conrad believed her to be. Through them she learned to empathize with the people and came to terms with what her goals were for a free Ala Mhigo. Despite this, she still struggles with her inexperience in a leadership position, and gladly ceded overall command of Ala Mhigo's military to Raubahn when he became available.
|Description||“I'm sorry for lying to you. My real name is Lyse.”|
|Obtain||Defeat 70 unique NPCs at Triple Triad and redeem the achievement "Triple Team VI".|
Lyse has appeared as a guest in the following games, most frequently under her guise as Yda:[note 4]
- As Yda
- Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia as a playable character.
- Final Fantasy Record Keeper as a playable character.
- Final Fantasy Brave Exvius as a summonable vision.
- Theatrhythm Final Fantasy All-Star Carnival as a playable character.
- Pictlogica Final Fantasy as a playable character.
- Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade as a Legend and a playable character.
- Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as a series of cards.
- Triple Triad as a series of cards.
- Puzzle & Dragons as a playable character.
- LINE as a sticker set.
- As Lyse
- Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia as a playable character.
- Dissidia Final Fantasy NT as a pair of player icons.
- Pictlogica Final Fantasy as a playable character.
- Puzzle & Dragons as a playable character.
Behind the scenes
Lyse is voiced by Mela Lee in the English version of A Realm Reborn, and by Laura Aikman in Heavensward and all subsequent expansions. She is voiced by Aya Endō in the Japanese version.
- Screenshots and renders
- The year 1571 is inferred from Lyse's statement in the first year of the Seventh Astral Era that the mission had occurred six years prior, though it may not be exact.
- The year 1562 is inferred from Warburton's Journal and page 53 of Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV, both of which state the parade disaster in Ul'dah and subsequent events occurred in 1562. Among those subsequent events was a starshower seen in Echo visions of all three starting storylines of the original release, implying they occurred at the same time. This is further supported by Khrimm's appearance as an adult outside of the visions, indicating that a significant amount of time had passed between the visions and the present day.
- With the Echo visions occurring in 1562 and Yda's death occurring in 1571, it can be inferred that the Yda seen in the Echo visions of the Gridania storyline during the original release was in fact the real Yda, as Lyse did not begin adopting her sister's identity until after her death. The Yda encountered outside of the visions in 1572 would be Lyse, however.
- Yda's guest appearances are universally Lyse disguised as Yda. This can be discerned via the aetheric goggles on her turban. The goggles were not added to her outfit until A Realm Reborn, long after the real Yda's death.
- Final Fantasy XIV, A Familiar Face Forgotten
- Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV Volume II, p. 46
- Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV Volume II, p. 69
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Far Edge of Fate
- Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV, p. 52
- Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV Volume II, p. 69
- Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV, p. 191
- Encyclopædia Eorzea: The World of Final Fantasy XIV, p. 190
- Tales from the Twilight, "Set with the Sun"
- Final Fantasy XIV, "Futures Perfect" quest from the original release.
- "End of an Era" cinematic
- Final Fantasy XIV, Chasing Shadows
- Final Fantasy XIV, Into a Copper Hell
- Final Fantasy XIV, Sylph-management
- Final Fantasy XIV, All Good Things
- Final Fantasy XIV, Reclamation
- Final Fantasy XIV, Escape from Castrum Centri
- Final Fantasy XIV, Mask of Grief
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Parting Glass
- Final Fantasy XIV, When We Were Free
- Tales from the Storm, "The Weight of a Name"
- Final Fantasy XIV, Honorable Heroes
- Final Fantasy XIV, An Ending to Mark a New Beginning
- Final Fantasy XIV, Tidings from Gyr Abania
- Final Fantasy XIV, Griffin, Griffin on the Wall
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Obvious Solution
- Final Fantasy XIV, Fly Free, My Pretty
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Prodigal Daughter
- Final Fantasy XIV, A Life More Ordinary
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Black Wolf's Pups
- Final Fantasy XIV, Homeward Bound
- Final Fantasy XIV, In Crimson It Began
- Final Fantasy XIV, Divide and Conquer
- Final Fantasy XIV, A Final Peace
- Final Fantasy XIV, Hells Open
- Final Fantasy XIV, Heavens Weep
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Price of Freedom
- Final Fantasy XIV, Liberty or Death
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Lady in Red
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Resonant
- Final Fantasy XIV, Stormblood
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Butcher's Blood
- Final Fantasy XIV, The Legacy of Our Fathers
- Final Fantasy XIV, Return of the Bull
- Final Fantasy XIV, Parley on the Front Lines
- Final Fantasy XIV, A Requiem for Heroes
- Final Fantasy XIV, A Monk's Legacy
- Final Fantasy XIV, Alisaie's Quest
- Final Fantasy XIV, Futures Rewritten
- Final Fantasy XIV, Unto the Breach
- Final Fantasy XIV, A Haven for the Bold
- Final Fantasy XIV, Beyond the Great Wall