Sharlayan Dropouts – What Should the Next Tank Job Be?

Sharlayan Dropouts – What Should the Next Tank Job Be?

Word to your mothers, Dropouts near and far. This week, Nadia struggles with post-COVID brain as she talks to Victor and Mike about classic Final Fantasy jobs that might be suited for our next Tank class. Gunblades as Tanks…something about it still feels weird. They also talk about Patch 6.3, including the latest raids and […]

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Episode Notes

Word to your mothers, Dropouts near and far. This week, Nadia struggles with post-COVID brain as she talks to Victor and Mike about classic Final Fantasy jobs that might be suited for our next Tank class. Gunblades as Tanks…something about it still feels weird.

They also talk about Patch 6.3, including the latest raids and the struggles of Anden, a sheep shepherd with a bush for a head who’s at the mercy of pixies. Kids, don’t hang out with pixies. Not Even Once™.

Spoiler Level Warning: Red. We talk about everything up to and including patch 6.3! If you want something a little less spoiler-y, check out our Valentione’s Day Special where we rate all the good cat boys and cat girls we love. And we talk about other races too, I guess.

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