Thank you for party
TYFP! We'll get that dragon next time ...
|MMORPG||Massively multiplayer online role-playing game|
|WoW||World of Warcraft|
|DnD||Dungeons & Dragons|
|TPK||Total Party Kill|
|LFP||Looking for party|
|Grinding||Performing repetitive tasks to level up|
|JRPG||Japanese role-playing game|
|Clan||A video game team|
|FFXIV||Final Fantasy XIV|
Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV) and other MMORPG players use TYFP to stand for "thank you for party." This acronym is most often used at the end of a quest or mission, to thank the players in a party for a successful (or at least enjoyable) outing.
Wait, back up. What's a party?
In RPGs, a party is a group of characters who join together to set out on an adventure. Often, this involves exploring a dungeon, fighting a monster, or helping an NPC. In FFXIV, players typically form parties by inviting players from their friend list or chat log to join a party. Players can also invite other players they can see in-game to their party.
How should I respond to TYFP?
If someone thanks you for being part of their party, the easiest response is likely a simple "TY U2." If you enjoyed adventuring with the player and are not yet friends with them, you may want to follow up by adding the player to your friend list.