After Kazuki Takahashi’s passing, FFXIV Astrologers Honor Yu-Gi-Oh Creator Kazuki Takahashi
It is not unusual to see Final Fantasy XIV players enjoy manga and anime. The game is a Japanese MMO, and players can dress up as their favorite anime characters. It’s impossible to throw a rock in Limsa Lominsa, Ul’dah and not hit an Uchiha or E’ren Yea’ger.
This means that losses to the FFXIV community are more severe. Kazuki Takahashi was the creator of Yu-Gi-Oh. This is an example. Takahashi was found dead off Okinawa ‘s coast on July 6. In an area popular for snorkeling, he was wearing an underwater snorkel, mask, and fin. His cause of death is being investigated by the Japan Coast Guard.
YuGi-Oh is Takahashi’s most beloved creation. It is actually partially responsible for one of the Jobs FFXIV. The Heavensward expansion introduced the Astrologian, a card-based healer. It originally had a weapon that was heavily inspired by the Duel Disk . Fans still associate the Job with manga and anime, even though the Star Globe weapon was eventually scrapped. SuperLouis64, a modded controller expert, even played the Astrologian with a functional Duel Disk.
Fans of Takahashi’s work decided to pay tribute to him in FFXIV after hearing of Takahashi’s passing. The Leviathan server in Ul’dah was the main focus of the vigil, but similar events were held around the Limsa Liminsa Aetheryte. Some players had Yu–Gi-Oh-themed glamours prepared for the event.