One of the most popular online games in recent years is FINAL FANTASY XIV. The game has been praised for its immersive world and interesting characters. One of the latest additions to the game is the Hongkong Doll, which has been turning heads and getting people talking. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at the Hongkong Doll and what makes it so special. We will also explore some of the history and meaning behind this fascinating character.
History of the Hongkong Doll
Dolls have been part of the lives of Hongkongers for centuries, and they play an important role in many aspects of local culture.
The history of the Hongkong Doll can be traced back to the Ming dynasty when dolls were first brought to the city from China. Since then, dolls have been an integral part of Hong Kong life, appearing in everything from religious festivals to popular films and television shows.
Today, dolls are still a popular choice for gifts and souvenirs and can be found in many shops across the city. Whether you’re looking for a traditional Chinese doll or a funky modern one, there’s sure to be a Hongkong Doll that’s perfect for you!
Welcome to the FINAL FANTASY XIV: Hongkong Doll blog article. In this article, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Hongkong Doll, a special type of doll found in FINAL FANTASY XIV.
The Hongkong Doll is a Chocobo-shaped doll that can be found in various locations around Eorzea. They are usually located in high-traffic areas such as marketplaces and Chocobo stables.
These dolls are said to bring good luck to those who possess them, and as such, they are highly sought after by adventurers. While they may seem innocuous enough, there is a bit of history behind these dolls that make them much more than just lucky charms.
The Hongkong Doll was first introduced in the 1.0 version of FINAL FANTASY XIV. At the time, they were simply known as “dolls” and could be purchased from vendors in major cities. However, they eventually gained their more well-known name after players began referring to them as such due to their resemblance to chocobos.
Since then, the Hongkong Doll has become one of the most iconic items in FINAL FANTASY XIV. They are often given as gifts to other players, and can even be traded for valuable items or currency.
So whether you’re looking for a lucky charm or simply want to add an adorable Chocobo-shaped doll to your collection, be sure to keep an eye out for the Hongkong
How to Obtain the Hongkong Doll
To obtain the Hongkong Doll, players must first complete the quest “A doll for Lulu.” This quest is available from Lulu in Lower Jeuno (G-7) after completing the quest “Restoring a sunshower.” Once “A doll for Lulu” has been completed, players must then speak with Shigure in Upper Jeuno (H-8). He will direct players to speak with Riruka in Ru’Lude Gardens (H-5). After obtaining the key item “Riruka’s key” from Riruka, players must then use this key on the door at I-8 in Ru’Lude Gardens. Doing so will grant access to Riruka’s workshop.
Once inside, players must speak with Riruka and she will ask them to retrieve three items for her: a mithran pottery dish, an ancient beast coin, and a goodbye horn. The pottery dish can be obtained from Oboro in Windurst Waters (F-5), the best coin can be obtained from Gessho in Port San d’Oria (G-10), and the goodbye horn can be obtained from Pahnaud in Bastok Mines (I-9). Once these items have been retrieved, players must return to Riruka’s workshop and trade her the three items. She will then give you the Hongkong Doll.
Uses for the Hongkong Doll
The Hongkong Doll is a special item that can be used to exchange for rare and valuable items with the Moogles in the Gold Saucer.
This doll is named after the city of Hong Kong, which is known for its many tourist attractions. The doll itself is made to look like one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hong Kong, the Big Buddha.
The Hongkong Doll is a traditional Chinese doll that dates back to the Tang Dynasty. The doll was originally made from paper and later from porcelain. The dolls were used as toys and also as religious objects. In the folk religion of China, the dolls were believed to have magical powers and were used to ward off evil spirits.
The Hongkong Doll is mentioned in the “New Tales of the World” (Shanhaijing), a collection of myths and legends from ancient China. In one legend, a man named Zhuang Zhou dreams that he turns into a butterfly. When he wakes up, he wonders if he is a man or a butterfly. He then sees a Hongkong Doll and realizes that it is just a doll and not real.
The Hongkong Doll was also mentioned in the “Book of Songs”, an ancient Chinese poetry collection. In one poem, a woman is sad because her husband has left her for another woman. She compares herself to a Hongkong Doll that has been abandoned by its owner.
The Hongkong Doll became popular in Europe in the 18th century when porcelain dolls from China were exported to Europe. These dolls were expensive and only available to the wealthy. The popularity of the Hongkong Doll declined in the 19th century when mass-produced dolls from Europe became available.
Today, the Hongkong Doll is still made from porcelain and is popular among collectors.
The Hongkong Doll can be used for several purposes, the most popular of which is to decorate one’s room. Many people also use it as a paperweight or to hold down a stack of papers. Some people even use it as a doorstop!
The Hongkong Doll can be exchanged with the Moogles for a variety of different items, including:
* Housing Items
The Hongkong Doll is a special item that can be used to summon an exclusive minion in FINAL FANTASY XIV. This doll is only available during the Moonfire Faire event, which takes place in August each year. If you’re looking for something unique and different to add to your collection of FF14 items, the Hongkong Doll is worth picking up!