With Patch 3.3 looming on the horizon, the crew starts to dissect what we can expect on patch day. The treasure hunting event Aquapolis takes a front seat in the discussion as Kallo voices concerns about the finality and originality of certain aspects. Aniero expresses disinterest for the new dungeons and the crew in general throws praise at older design philosophies. In an unexpected turn of events, Nika calls out the guys and gets triggered which prompts a massive blowout between her and the guys. Plus, a long lost figure of mystery appears…who could it be? Tune in to find out.
With the ending of The Heavensward music contest last month, the crew take the time to listen to several entries as well as visit some Limit Breaking Music alumni. Plus, the crew discuss the alleged PvP speed hacking “epidemic”. Is this an “out of control game ruining mess” or are bad players hiding behind accusing better players of speedhacking? And, as always, your calls and emails.
The Hosts have their plates full when it comes to 3.3 discussion. From the deep diving Palace of the Dead to the treasure filled depths of the Aquapolis, patch 3.3 promises to be filled to the brim with new adventures including more MSQ, the return Hildebrand and eventually the next leg in the anima quest. Plus, they harken back to the olden days as they discuss what FFXI might be like on a mobile platform.
This week on LBR, it’s all positive thoughts and criticisms as the cast talks about possible outcome of Palace of the Dead, a new dynamic event that caters to a more casual player but has room for hardcore growth. Likened to FFXI’s Salvage and Nyzul Isle, LBR thinks this is exactly what the game has been waiting for. But might it go the way of Diadem and see little to no use? Plus, we get a surprise call from PAX with JoeNeverFails and fan Malkythera!
On todays show, we go to square one with how all this drama started, Mithrie Menethil. You may know him best as a crafter and content creator, but Reddit will have you believing something else entirely. He joins the show to explain his side of things, talk about LBR stole the spotlight and how to put it all behind us. Kallo also tells a cautionary tale about ‘Crafting Cartels’ and what Square Enix should do to protect crafters from harassment.
Things get bat shit crazy this week on LBR. Sonomaa from BlueGartr joins the crew to talk an interview he did with the World First Progression team Elysium. Then the hosts pose the question, just how qualified must you be to hold an opinion om the matter? Does the LBR staff itself have the authority to speak on such matters? So we open up our phones lines to hear what YOU have to say. Plus, we discuss popular FFXIV and Gaming YouTuber Mithrie and the criticism he’s facing for turning to the community in a time of need, so the crew responds to the criticism. Buckle up. It gets real.
Not only is the LBR crew down one Kallo Landis, but the studio is MIA due to technical difficulties! The hosts rally together and pull through for an episode full of laughs and critical thinking with the ethical dilemma that is known as Feast Feeding. Many callers including our own PvP correspondent Joe Never call in with their views on Feast Feeding and ideas to prevent it. Later, we sink our teeth into the bite-sized Anima quest update we got in 3.25. How do you think the hosts reacted? Find out by tuning into the 58th episode of Limit Break Radio!
The Producer Live Letter which was themed UI Design had quite a few surprise gems hidden in the rough, including new content called Platoon and a new Grand Company Rank. The hosts also deliberate on Healer Accuracy and what the hell the Devs are thinking, touch briefly on RDM and BLU (again), as well as Raid Pacing, iLV design for Weapons and Feast Changes. Callers today include two big hitters; JoeNeverFails and SlyakaGreyfox. Tune in for the full skinny.
With 3.0 half way through its life cycle the hosts imagine what could be next. What’s in store raid-side? Where might the story lead? Could we get more customization? They also receive some insightful calls, including one from FusionX of Aetheryte Radio and Gamer Escape. And they read some of your emails.
With the release of 3.25 comes the newest addition to FFXIV PVP, the Feast! According to the hosts, it seems to be a resounding success, but what does this mean for the future of PVP Content? With Eskalia missing, Kallo takes a hold of the FFFL updates for the week. Plus, in a stunning plot twist…Aniero and Nika erupt into a bloodthirsty argument that leaves everyone stunned.