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Popokkuli and Seserukka are non-player characters in Final Fantasy XIV. They originally appeared in Ul'dah's main story and during the miner questline in version 1.0. After the calamity, they made minor appearances. They are the elder twin brothers of Nenekko Nekko.

History[]

Final Fantasy XIV (version 1.0)[]

Popokkuli and Seserukka in version 1.0.

Popokkuli and Seserukka accompanied Niellefresne during a parade designed by him to make his group look like heroes to the townspeople, but the situation worsened when a gooobbue mortally wounded a man named Warburton.[1] The twins were later seen when two furious miners caught Corguevais, with Popokkuli and Seserukka stopping the riot.[2] They were also present when Thancred Waters unmasked Niellefresne's plan.[3] After Corguevais revealed the truth about the plan to Ascilia, Warburton's daughter, and tried to take the girl back to Ala Mhigo, Niellefresne's group intercepted him. Corguevais fled after calling a horde of coblyns, leaving Ascilia behind. Popokkuli and Seserukka rode on chocobos to chase after him in vain. The group discovered that Warburton had held important information for Ul'dah's future, so Niellefresne tried to resort to necromancy to revive him but ended up murdered by a mysterious figure.[4]

Popokkuli and Seserukka officially met the adventurer in Nanawa Mines after the latter joined the Miners' Guild. Popokkuli and Seserukka demanded that the adventurer prove their worth to gain to passage to the mines. Once the adventurer returned with an ancient pottery fragment, the twins' younger sister, Nenekko, identified it as from an ancient city called Sil'dih. In exchange for the fragment, she agreed to convince Popokkuli and Seserukka to grant the adventurer access to the Nanawa Mines.[5]

After an arranged marriage between Nenekko and Fafajon was organized, Popokkuli and Seserukka tried to prevent the wedding. With a group of adventurers they left for Gridania in search of the groom. Popokkuli and Seserukka sabotaged the gift that Fafajon had hidden but it was Nenekko who opened it.[6] Reflecting on her life dilemma, Nenekko fled to Vesper Bay where she decided to focus her efforts on researching Sil'dih's civilization and asked the adventurer to warn her concerned brothers about her whereabouts.[7]

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn[]

After the calamity, Adalberta was unexpectedly chosen as the new guildmaster. Deep Canyon, who believed Adalberta had betrayed him, began to conspire against the Miners' Guild, but his machinations were discovered and he ended up in a trial conducted by Amajina & Sons Mineral Concern. Within the court, Fyrgeiss, Popokkuli, and Seserukka acted as judges and gave their verdict once the misunderstanding was revealed.[8]

Later, when invaders activated the ancient traps in the Sunken Temple of Qarn, Popokkuli and Seserukka asked the adventurer to rescue Nenekko, who was present in the ruins.[9]

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood[]

Popokkuli and Seserukka made a brief appearance during the ALC questline, where the murder of Niellefresne was finally resolved by the adventurer and F'lhaminn.

Characteristics[]

Appearance[]

Popokkuli and Seserukka are virtually identical in terms of facial features and physical stature, though they differ slightly in personal attire. Both wear Raptorskin Jerkins and Boarskin Workboots, while Popokkuli uses a Plumed Mythril Axe and Woolen Slops and Seserukka uses a Cobalt Dolabra and Raptorskin Culottes. Popokkuli also dons earrings.

One feature of note between the brothers is their heterochromia: their right eyes are green and their left eyes yellow and pink respectively. With the release of A Realm Reborn, Popokkuli's eyes were suddenly changed to green and Seserukka's to pink, matching the color of their sleeves and pantlegs. This was eventually reverted.

Personality[]

Popokkuli and Seserukka have a mostly-serious demeanor befitting their discipline, and are fiercely protective of their sister. Through and through, they are loyal to Niellefresne and Greinfarr and care for the safety and welfare of Ul'dah.

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References[]

  1. Final Fantasy XIV, Ul'dah's main quest "Flowers for All" in version 1.0.
  2. Final Fantasy XIV, Ul'dah's main quest "Court in the Sands" in version 1.0.
  3. Final Fantasy XIV, Ul'dah's main quest "Golden Sacrifices" in version 1.0.
  4. Final Fantasy XIV, Ul'dah's main quest "Calamity Cometh" in version 1.0.
  5. Final Fantasy XIV, Miner quest "A Piece of History" in version 1.0.
  6. Final Fantasy XIV, Miner quest "Little Saboteurs" in version 1.0.
  7. Final Fantasy XIV, Miner quest "Runaway Little Girl" in version 1.0.
  8. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Miner quest Canyon of Regret Canyon of Regret.
  9. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Sidequest The Wrath of Qarn The Wrath of Qarn.
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