In the dialogue before receiving the level 40 White Mage quest (Lost in Rage), Raya-O-Senna says, "The elementals indulge we Gridanians in many and more ways..."
However, if the intent of the sentence is that the elementals are indulging Gridanians, and Raya-O-Senna is among those Gridanians, the proper grammar for the phrase would be "The elementals indulge us Gridanians..." because "us" is the object, and "Gridanians" is merely modifying/clarifying the pronoun. Without "Gridanians," saying "The elementals indulge we" is obviously incorrect. Although "we" may sound fancier in context, it's in the nominative case and therefore incorrect when used as the object of a verb.
If there's some obscure/archaic grammatical rule of which I'm unaware which allows this sort of thing, I apologize for the unnecessary nitpicking I'd just hate for such an important, presumably well-educated young lady to have that kind of grammatical slip-up in her speech. It's kind of like the people who say, "with ___ and I," thinking it sounds smarter, when really it's just wrong. Anyway, sorry for the mini-rant/grammar lesson! I've included a picture of the offending text below: