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[FFXI News] Celestial Nights: A Backstage Romance

Discussion in 'FINAL FANTASY XI General Discussion' started by Taylor, Jun 26, 2012.

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    The myriad stars stretching across the night sky twinkle softly, wrapping the ground below in a warm, delicate light.
    Moogles scurry about to and fro, pom poms bouncing as they feverishly toil to set the stage.
    The time of Celestial Nights is upon us once more!

    The crowning jewel of the festival is a stirring reenactment of the tale of Prince Yahiko and Princess Amdina, a ballad of love for all the ages, and this year's production spares no expense in bringing to you into the vivid scenes of amor.

    Those fortunate souls chosen to portray our starry-eyed couple have been rehearsing for weeks – nay, months – to join all of Vana'diel in celebrating romance in all its forms.

    Yet where fortune treads, so too does tragedy, as one of our leads from Bastok falls gravely ill just days before the performance is to take place. Keep your hearts and minds open as you read the musings of the Galka who was to have played the pivotal role of Prince Yahiko.

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