Final Fantasy XIV producer Naoki Yoshida released a statement addressing the toxic behavior observed in PvP. He’s delighted that players are taking a lot of interest in the Crystalline Conflict PvP mode, and they’ve got some FFXIV Gil ready.

First, he talks about “uncooperative” or “lethargic behavior.” This is when a player chooses not to take part via idle while a PvP match is still in progress. The second problem he solves is using quick chat phrases to “taunt” or repeat emotes on downed opponents. The official statement provides a broader list of prohibited acts.

Yoshida also said that those who continue to violate the rules and exhibit bad behavior in any of FFXIV’s PvP modes may have their accounts suspended or banned. The statement details how reports are handled and cases are raised for action against users.

While the statement provides a list of actions players should avoid, Yoshida mentioned that intent is just as important as how players around them accept their actions. Additionally, Yoshida revealed that the development team will work hard to balance PvP in FFXIV in order to provide users with a more enjoyable and exciting experience. If players want a better performance in PvP, they can also buy enough FFXIV Gil at IGGM. It’s very cheap and has an excellent reputation.