What would you do if a random person suddenly gave you 999 eggs? Someone on Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XIV thought it was a good idea to finish them all!
Good, clean fun. A particular player in Final Fantasy XIV Online decided to accept a stranger’s random challenge.
The challenge was to eat 999 eggs in a row! Why? Because why not?
Square Enix’s Final Fantasy 14 Online is known to host a decent number of players giving them a decent number of challenges.
Just like any other MMORPG, the popular title has been generating appeal as the number of players increase.
The game’s very own living legend was able to win his own fame through a somewhat highly unorthodox odyssey.
Shortly after the Realm Reborn relaunch, the Final Fantasy XIV evolved into what it is now, the MMORPG format.
A very recent patch drastically expanded the whole level cap for the FF14’s popular free trial and also inject a huge amount of new content.
The new content includes sending players throughout the whimsical world known as Eorzea.
A lot of the players are invested in powering up while others are really into looting. It really depends on the players.
What on Earth happened?
A certain Ross O’ Donovan, or better known on Twitter as Rubber Ninja, has recently received the weirdest challenge to date.
A certain stranger challenged Ross to finish all 999 eggs that he had given.
The random player gave him this challenge somewhere in the seaside metropolis of the known Limsa Lominsa.
The random player first gave him the eggs then told him to do the challenge should he accept.
Ross went straight to work and even tweeted about it 315 eggs down. The champion started attracting an audience wondering what on earth was he doing.
Although some may think that this digital challenge was both weird and pointless, Ross rose to fame because of the fun diversion he was participating in.
A lot of people started to spectate to see just how he did it.
Just like memes or maybe other viral content, this exchange that happened between both Ross and his mysterious challenger along with the onlookers started to gain fame.
If the challenge actually became a real thing, it could allow players to have more fun within the game aside from the usual click-and-repeat Final Fantasy XIV Online.
The MMORPG problem
The problem with some MMORPGs is that there are limited things to be done therefore limiting the players.
Once players run out of things to do, most players actually stop playing altogether.
The end of an MMORPG is usually when they cannot really offer anything new anymore within the game.
This is the reason why community fun and games are important inside an MMORPG.