How to change races in Final Fantasy XIV
The newest expansion for Final Fantasy XIV, Endwalker, is here, and with it comes the masculine look, which is why it’s important to remember how to change your race.
It is important to keep one thing in mind, and that is that, despite being added as a novelty in patch 6.0, it is not necessary to have an Endwalker key registered in order to be male. On the contrary, it will be necessary to have a copy of Shadowbringers for it.
How to change races in Final Fantasy XIV
Depending on whether you’ve made any race changes already and your progress through the Final Fantasy XIV main story, you may need to checkout in order to change your race. Well, if you have completed A Realm Reborn (after the Praetorium fight), you have automatically been given a Fantasia, the item that is needed to modify the appearance (and also race) of your Warrior of Light.
If it turns out that you have already used it or that you have not finished the base game yet and you want to change already, the bad thing is that you will have to leave a few extra euros. Going to the Square Enix store, you will have the option to buy lots of 1, 3, and 5 of these potions. The price in euros will be 7, 19.60 and 31.50 respectively.
Once you do that, you will have to enter the game, consume the object, unequip all the objects (except the weapon, of course) that your character has and return to the login screen. Once there, if you right-click on the name of your character and choose the option “Re-edit character” , you will return to the editor where you started your adventure and you will be able, without any restrictions, to change your race and fulfill your dream of becoming a rabbit.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon – Chapter 5: The Mad Circus – Walkthrough
In this guide, we’ll be covering the fifth chapter of Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon.
Chapter 5: The Mad Circus – Walkthrough
Talk to the wisp and go ahead on the path. Break the Vines with Cheshire’s Slash attack to keep following the wolf’s tracks. There will be a couple of NPCs as well along the way so, feel free to talk to them as well. Use the Witch’s Pulse at the plant to make a way ahead then go to the tower and you need to break the floor in the middle. Use Witch’s Pulse on the plant on the left side of the tower and grab the bomb from the plant. Now, throw the bomb on the floor to break it.
Go down the ladder and go to the left side to interact with the lever to lower the bridge. Go ahead and fight the enemies and then walk on the vine to reach a new area.
The Mad Circus (Amadan’s Big Top) – Walkthrough
As you enter the new area, you will find a lantern. Save the progress and go ahead on the path. You will find a lever that you need to pull to the left side with Wood Cheshire. Once done, a train will come on the track. Jump on one of the boxes of the train to go ahead. As you reach down from the tracks, a cutscene will start and after that, you will get to fight a boss named “Amadan Dubh”.
The Mad Circus (Stone Shrine) – Walkthrough
After defeating the boss, go ahead on the opened path to enter the Stone Shrine. You need to go close to the Stone Elemental Core in front and press the R Button to unleash Cheshire and then press the ZR Button multiple times at the shrine to break the core. Once you have done that, Cheshire will get Stone Elemental Abilities that can be equipped by pressing the B Button.
Now, come back on the same path and go to the right side until you reach stones blocking the path. Press the L Button to absorb stone power to remove the stones. Go ahead on the path and you will see a weakened platform. Go up on the platform and press the R Button to break it with Cheshire. Go inside the hole and go under the door to start a cutscene.
After the cutscene, go ahead on the path and save the progress at the lantern. Keep following the path until you reach the enemies. Kill the enemies and go ahead to go down the ladder. Move Cheshire to the middle platform and move Cereza to the right platform. Do a stomp with Cheshire on the middle platform to lift up Cereza’s platform. Call back Cheshire and go up on the yellow mushroom. Stomp on the mushroom to lift off to the other side.
Go ahead and jump on the moving circular platform. Move Cheshire on the lower side to lift up the upper side. Now, move Cereza ahead and call Cheshire back. Now, jump on the Mushroom to go up and follow the wolf’s tracks. Go up the ladder and follow the wolf’s track. Fight the enemies and go ahead on the path to jump on the mushrooms. Go ahead and cross the lasers to go to the big mushroom. Change Cheshire to Wood to jump on the mushroom and then turn him into Stone to jump off of the Mushroom.
Jump on the mushrooms and then follow the wolf’s tracks. Break the roots in the path and go ahead to start a cutscene. After that, you will be back at the Sanctuary in the Leafy Nook area.
The Mad Circus (Leafy Nook) – Walkthrough
Go to the left side and you will see the white wolf above you. Jump off the mushroom on the side to reach the ledge and follow its tracks. As you go ahead, you will reach a new area named “Windy Knot” and it will conclude the fifth chapter.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon – What is Inferno Fruit & How to Get Them
There are a number of different materials that players will find as they progress through the main story of the game. All of the shiny orbs that you see along the journey of Cereza are materials and resources that can be used in concoctions or upgrading the skills of the characters. One of the most useful materials that players will want to get is Inferno Fruit.
In this guide, we’ll tell you what is Inferno Fruit and how you can get them in Bayonetta Orgins: Cereza and the Lost Demon.
What is Inferno Fruit
Inferno Fruit is one of the rarest materials in Avalon Forest that players can find throughout the journey. Inferno Fruit allows Cheshire to unlock more powerful Skills and Abilities in his Skill Tree. It is equivalent to what Moon Pearl does and the only difference is that it is for Cheshire and Moon Pearl is for Cereza. So, if you want to unlock more powerful skills and abilities for both of the characters, you will have to collect them throughout the journey.
As you might have known that Cheshire’s skills are learned by consuming Avalon Drops, you would still have to collect the Avalon Drops to learn the powerful skills because Inferno Fruit will only unlock them on the Skill Tree.
Where to Get Inferno Fruit
Inferno Fruit is just like Moon Pearl which is hidden away on a secret path or behind a Tir Na Nog Challenge. You will have to look around the areas you unlock in the Avalon Forest to find the Inferno Fruit. You might get Inferno Fruit by clearing out the wave of enemies in an area as well. So, if you find a number of enemies in an area, clear them to obtain useful materials.
However, you will not find any Inferno Fruit until you have reached Chapter 4: Cereza’s Resolve. During the progression in the chapter, you will unveil an Inferno Fruit and it will unlock a powerful Skill for Cheshire. After that, Inferno Fruits will be available in all different areas of Avalon Forest.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon – What Are Moon Pearls & How to Get Them
There are a number of different materials that players will find as they progress through the main story of the game. All of the shiny orbs that you see along the journey of Cereza are materials and resources that can be used in concoctions or upgrading the skills of the characters. One of the most useful materials that players will want to get is Moon Pearl.
In this guide, we’ll tell you what are Moon Pearls and how you can get them in Bayonetta Orgins: Cereza and the Lost Demon.
What Are Moon Pearls
Moon Pearl is one of the materials that are essential for enhancing the abilities of Cereza. If you are wondering if there are more skills & abilities in the game, the answer is yes and you can unlock them by collecting Moon Pearls. Moon Pearl is a shiny jewel that possesses the power of the moon. These can be found along the journey of Cereza and as you collect more of them, you will unlock more powerful skills of Cereza.
How to Get Moon Pearl
Moon Pearl is one of those materials that you will not find lying at some random place. They are located in different areas of Avalon Forest and they are recognized by the shiny rocks with a person inside them. In order to get the Moon Pearl, you will have to break free person inside the Shiny Rock.
However, freeing the person requires different types of abilities and you will have to solve a small puzzle in order to get a Pearl Moon. These Shiny Rocks are located at hidden places for which you have to go through different Tir Na Nog Challenges as well as other puzzles. It is always useful to look for other paths to find these hidden places.
The very first Moon Pearl can be found in Chapter 4: Cereza’s Resolve. Once you have located the shiny rock, you will have to interact with it to get the Moon Pearl. So, if you pass by any Shiny Rock along your journey. Take some time to figure out how to get at the location of the rock and then break free person to get the Moon Pearl.