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Aetheryte Radio 92: Jumping Potion
Tune in as we cover news from our exclusive E3 interview with Naoki Yoshida, talk about our time with Patch 3.3 and help announce The Novice Network For Streamers!
Introducing The Novice Network For Streamers
Today we’re excited to help announce The Novice Network For Streamers! The Novice Network For Streamers is a community on Discord that mimics the Novice Network in FFXIV- only for those looking to broadcast about FFXIV. This group aims to bring together long-time FFXIV broadcasters and novices so that they can collaborate and learn from […]
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