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  1. For that quest, you need to either yourself, or someone in your party, demonstrate the gesture she is asking to see. You may not necessarily have the gesture she asks for. I can help you with this though. I have nearly every gesture. Coordinate to meet up with me and I'll go to her with you and demonstrate the gesture to her. That will allow you to clear the quest.
  2. Invite sent. Sorry for the delay, I was out of town for the 4th of July weekend.
  3. Kid's Time is still active and has been since the game began. Whatever article you found saying it wasn't implemented is lying.
  4. The offline mode was indeed removed from all platforms except the Wii. Even if you buy an old Version 1 disk that has the offline mode files, the first thing the game will do is force an update that will patch the game and remove the offline mode. Unfortunately the game checks for an Internet connection and won't run without one, so simply being connected to the Internet won't work either. To restore the offline mode, someone will have to rig something up to either bypass the online check, or trick the game into thinking it's already up to date.
  5. To confirm w hat oka_chan1 said, on Switch you'll have instant access to your characters. No special setup or transfers needed. Likewise if you go back to the PC version your characters will be there. There are some advantages to having your data saved entirely on the server.
  6. Using Crysta is probably the easiest way. I pay with funds from the E shop myself. I have a Japanese 3DS and that accepts foreign cards. Switch doesn't though so it's harder to pay through the E shop on Switch if you don't live in Japan.
  7. We haven't tested every region. The regions that are known to be released are China and the United States. European regions were still needing a VPN. But there's a lot of European territories, it's possible some of them might be able to get through. We won't know for sure until someone tries and reports their results.
  8. It did not allow me to add you to the team. Please ensure that you are not already part of a different team. You can only be on 1 team at a time.
  9. Square Enix has made the vague statement of "For a number of reasons" (per Google translate) and did not go into specifics. We know precious little about what went on there due to the only known Chinese version Den player, Tommy, being inactive since shortly after the servers went live, and there being next to no news coverage of them. From what little I have been able to gather from searching around and reading some Google Translated Chinese comments, the servers were largely deserted. Given how quickly the game was shut down, I'm inclined to believe that was the case.
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