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Final Fantasy XIV White Mage was already covered, I can summarize ze Ninja. Well, summarize. I like being dramatic too much to make it short.

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Final Fantasy XIV White Mage was already covered, I can summarize ze Ninja. Well, summarize. I like being dramatic too much to make it short.

 

Oboro feels that i can still grow as a Ninja, but isn't quite sure how to go about it. Remembering that he honed his own skills while performing missions for Doma, he suggests that doing the same might awaken yet more potential within you. Luckily, Oboro has been contacted by Jacke of the Rogues' Guild for some important message! Apparently someone in Doman garb has been using ninjutsu all over the place and robbing people blind, and Jacke asks for your help after making sure you or Oboro aren't the culprits. Your search eventually finds Yatsurugi no Yuki, a princess of Doma, and her retainer Akagi. Yuki is apparently searching for stolen family treasures, and repeatedly insists that she definitely needs no help from shinobi such as you or Oboro, seeing as they're traitors who were responsible behind Doma's downfall. Despite this willful display, the retainer Akagi believes that Yuki is underestimating her mission and asks Oboro and you for aid. While Oboro admits that Yuki is famous for her skills and likely won't need your help, he still suggests that you take on this mission of keeping Yuki safe, hopefully learning new things from your experiences.

 

You end up helping Yuki a handful of times over the questline. Less than pleased with your appearance, she rushes off on her own, still insisting that she doesn't really need your help. First, you distract guards through the usage of smoke bombs so that Yuki can safely retrieve trading logs of the black market to have a better chance at figuring out where her family treasures are. While Yuki is oblivious to your efforts, you learn Smoke Bomb during the process. Later on, Yuki finds out where one of her family treasures, the Jade Sphere, is and succesfully retrieves it, but is now left without an escape route. You use ninjutsu (Raiton) to distract the guards, giving Yuki a chance to safely escape. At this point, you meet one of your antagonists: Redway. Versed in ninjutsu, while also aware of Gekkai and Karasu, Oboro deduces that he was likely an imperial spy trained by those two fellows. Jealous of your skills, Redway escapes and claims that his brand of ninjutsu will definitely outshine the Domans some day. While you were succesful with your plans, Yuki completely dismisses you yet again before leaving, and you learn Armour Crush.

 

The next step has you performing espionage and gathering information, learning that the final treasure that Yuki lacks is about to go up for auction, sold by a group called the Truehounds. You meet with a seemingly familiar information broker, learning that the captain of the Truehounds is Rosalinde and that they've made a living raiding imperial ships in the Far Eastern seas, relying on the substance pluto to make up for their lack of numbers. Spying on Rosalinde speaking with Redway, you learn that the auction for the Yatsurugi dagger is a plan to catch Yuki. Returning to Oboro with this information, you encounter Yuki and Akagi again. Yuki finally reveals her motivation for being so dismissive towards you and Oboro; feeling incredibily guilty over her vassals laying down their lives for her when the Truehounds stole the Yatsurugi treasures, she has resolved to complete the mission of retrieving her family treasures without anyone dying for her sake. After Akagi giving her an ultimatum where he claims he will gut himself if Yuki keeps refusing help, she finally accepts your aid, on the condition that you do not die for her sake. You learn Shadewalker as this part concludes.

 

With the auction concluding, your merry band figures out that some Ishgardian has bought the Yatsurugi dagger and wanted it delived to their doorstep. You hatch a plan, suggesting to take the dagger back while it's in transit. To facilitate the process, Oboro also suggests to replace the pluto that the Truehounds rely on with lavender instead, causing them to fall asleep. During your short visit to Limsa Lominsa, you spot two vassals looking for Yuki, and Yuki promptly flees to not get noticed by them. You replace the pluto with the lavender incense and follow the pirates to the Dravanian Forelands, eliminating any hostiles. The Yatsurugi dagger finally in Yuki's hands, you sadly get a nasty surprise: Redway has kidnapped the two vassals we saw earlier, using their lives as bargaining chips to take Yuki hostage. Yuki submits to Redway's demands, and forbids you from aiding her, telling you to instead tend to Akagi's wounds that he sustained during the little excursion. You return to La Noscea, learning Duality, but not without Oboro telling you to train further and come back when you're ready to rescue Yuki and her vassals.

 

The final quests start out dangerously; Redway has already sent spies to the little shack in Eastern La Noscea. You defeat them and head towards the Moraby Drydocks to secure passage to Hullbreaker Isle where Yuki is held hostage, but to your dismay learn that Moraby Drydocks is completely crawling with Truehounds. Oboro claims that the best route of action will be to offer himself as a hostage to Redway and his flunkies, and tricking Redway into believing that you're a traitor who has jumped ship. Redway is overjoyed, knowing that he has defeated the Doman brand of ninjutsu, capturing Oboro and scaring you away (or so he thinks). Akagi witnesses the scene and claims that Yuki was right; you ARE a traitor! You explain the situation, and head with Akagi towards Hullbreaker Isle unhindered by the Truehounds. Once there, you engage Redway and the Truehounds in battle yet again. Redway, realizing that he's losing, attempts to escape, but is killed by a very angry Rosalinde in the process. She then focuses her attention on you, finally being defeated as well. With all three family treasures finally in her hands, Yuki expresses her gratitude towards you, and promises that the profits gained from selling the Yatsurugi treasures will be enough to buy new tools and other necessities to rebuild their land. Pleased with the success of your first mission, you learn Dream Within a Dream, and Oboro encourages you to keep furthering your mastery of ninjutsu.

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