Here are a couple of tips you’d want to know before you embark on your Final Fantasy XIV journey.
Basic Tips for Leveling
1) Ensure you pick up some food (relative) to your class when you have a little bit of money left. They give a 3% xp boost
2) Don’t buy any armor or weapons in the first 15. You’ll go through them too fast anyway to justify the expenditure 3) Keep up to date with your Main Scenario. You will not be able to leave your starting location at level 15 unless you unlock the quest for the airship.
4) Keep up to date with your Class quests for Weapons and Armor every 5 levels. Complete Solo Dungeons to unlock armor and weapons from the quests.
5) When you hit level 15 (and kept up with your campaign) the real journey begins and you will have the chance to travel to the other three continents
6) Don’t fight enemies that are too high level for you – it’s a waste of time and you’ll be highly ineffective. FFXIV uses the standard if it’s a level or two above you then you’re going to have a hard time killing it unless you’re in agroup logic.
7) Scrolllock disables to the UI so you can take a screenshot.
8) First to hit gets 100% XP. However, you get XP for attacking any enemy, so never be afraid to help. Especially in FATEs!
9) Same goes for loot! Especially quest loot.
10) In the Final Destiny XIV gameplay, the green dotted panel is your equipment. A white dot means that its spiritbond is at 100%.… Read the rest
Below we have the Top 10 tips for the latest Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. These tips are from professional gamers & their experiences while playing both the early access and the beta and hope that they can give you an edge and answer some of your questions from the game.
Don’t walk to a FATE that is too far away, it’ll be completed by the time you get there. If it isn’t completed, then odds are there won’t be enough people around for it go fast. Only run to a FATE if you know that you’ll get there in time to participate, especially around launch
Upgrade your gear from vendors at lower levels. The quests will even force you to
The settings menu can really help improve the experience of the game if you’re lagging. The default for me was “Laptop High” which was good for our basic system. You might want to fiddle with it if the game is jumpy.
Yeah you’ll be in town for the first bit; the real fun happens after all of the intro quests
One can’t skip the opening cut-scene right now, but you shouldn’t have to remake your character much. Feel free to alt-tab out, it’ll run in the background.
Avoid biting off more than you can chew. Too many enemies will spell certain doom outside of a group
The game works with a PS3 controller, but you have to use third-party software to get it to work. We don’t personally think it’s worth it.
You can equip skills from other classes; you gain one cross-class skill slot every 5 levels (for a total of 10). You can equip any skill you’ve learned from another class that isn’t specifically cross-class restricted.
You get your Chocobo around level 20. The quest “Buried Truth” the objects are on top of the bone structure and the other two are down the bone ramp on top of the hill
Strength is melee damage and block / parry amount; Dexterity is block / party chance and ranged damage; Vitality is health; Intelligence is attack magic and Mind is healing magic & Piety is maximum MP.