Final Fantasy 14's adorable Moogle-topped cake finally reveals its secrets as a new post to Square Enix's lodestone lists everything you'll need to gather before embarking on your culinary endeavors.

Last week, Great British Bake Off star Kim-Joy shared her incredible three-tiered lemon cake with Warriors of Light in a short video. It was layers of adorable Spriggans, Fat Chocobos, Cactuars, and a big Moogle head—all of it made for a brilliant display, but the how-to left a lot up to your imagination.

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Your time as a Master Culinarian is now, though. Kim-Joy's lengthy list of ingredients is quite a tall order, but she's broken everything down piece by piece so you can cook up your own five-star craft. That also means if you're only looking to make a small army of Custard Mochi Spriggans, you can do that too. I often struggle to work a microwave, so I'll probably stick to the Gingerbread Cactuars.

For those of you with vegan dietary concerns, Kim-Joy has also provided several alternatives to ingredients so you can still create your own darling confection. The chef's list of instructions even comes with a helpful assembly guide, laying out even basic ideas for those of us who need a bit of hand-holding when it comes to cooking.


My personal history with baking is pretty terrible, but Kim-Joy's thoughtful walkthrough reads a bit like Savage Raid guides I'm used to, so I'm eager to give it a go. If you want to try it for yourself, you can read her process on the Lodestone.

Final Fantasy 14's 8th anniversary comes just a few months ahead of its Endwalker expansion. The MMO is experiencing quite the influx of players after a sudden surge in popularity, so Square Enix is taking additional steps to make sure the game's servers are ready for version 6.0.

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