Final Fantasy XIV Japanese Collector’s Edition Comes With Cup Only Suitable For Taking Shots

 

For 9,480 yen, you can get a pretty cool-looking Final Fantasy XIV collector’s edition bundle, and that thing on the left side of the picture is a small cup with a top on it. The folks at Kotaku got their hands on the pack, and it comes with a disclaimer that seems intent on making sure you know it’s a “collector’s edition” for a reason; you’re supposed to put this stuff on the shelf next to your Spartan helmets and Big Daddy figurines. Here’s what it says:

Do not fill the product with the following materials as they may cause damage: Items including salt and solid materials, carbonated beverages, milk or other dairy beverages, fruit juices, etc.

The important thing to note, then, is that rum, vodka gin and whiskey do not have any salt in them, and they aren’t juice, carbonated beverages or dairy products, and so that means this cup is pretty much only useful for doing shots, which will come in handy for this and future Final Fantasy games, I’m sure.

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