Final Fantasy XIV’s Tenth Anniversary is this month, and that means it’s almost time for Square Enix to end the four-month-long Twitter mount giveaway they’ve been doing to celebrate in the MMORPG. It ends, almost as it began, with a Fat Chocobo. Only this time, it’s the Fat Black Chocobo, rather than the white.
The Fat Black Chocobo Whistle sweepstake begins today. As with the previous mounts, Square Enix will be giving out 14,000 of them and will announce the winners once the whole thing comes to an end on August 27.
To enter, follow your appropriate Final Fantasy XIV X (Twitter) account (based on your language) and retweet the sweepstake announcement post. Include the appropriate hashtag and character information requested in the post on the Lodestone.
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