Final Fantasy XIV
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Final Fantasy XIV
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Welcome from Final Fantasy XI!

Why Huge?

After playing Final Fantasy XI for PC for a few weeks, I realized that I had to have a Tarutaru character. If you've played the game, I hope you know where I'm coming from. Tarus are the smallest [insert cutest] race in the Final Fantasy Online world. I'm working on an emote's page that show all the greatness that is Taru, so check back soon.

I wish I could say I had the greatest Taru in all of Diabolos, but that honor rests with a Taru named Mighty, a level 70+ DRK with the craziest armor and equipment, the reason behind why I made this character.

What's Up Huge?

In Jeuno right now leveling up my Black Mage job. Still on rank one, concentrating primarily on leveling this character rather than ranking (I get all the plot I need from the other two, and once you reach rank 4, the story becomes less Kingdom dependent. I'll have to level up my White Mage soon to keep up with the half level subjob limit.

Where should I level my character?

I would start around your home town until you reach level 11 (be sure to upgrade armor after level 7 or 8). Then go to Valkrum Dunes, find a party and fight Lizards until level 14. Then move on to Snippers there until level 17. Then fight flies there until 19 or 20.

Go to Quifim and fight Worms and Clippers around the lake (watch out for the Weapons, Giants, Banshees and Wight they agro and will attack if you get too close). Retreat back to the entrance or to the middle of the lake at night as Wights and Banshees will start to spawn at around 20:00.

Around level 25, fly to Kazam and exit to Yhotunga and fight Mandragoras. (BTW you need to complete the Air Pass quest from the Kazam gate in Jeuno) When you reach level 29, hop on a Chocobo and ride to Yhotora to keep fighting Mandragoras.

When you reach level 33, ride to Garlaige Citadel and fight Siege Bats. At 35 go to Crawler's Nest in Rolanberry Field until you're well over level 47. Start off fighting Worker Crawlers, then move up to Soldier Crawlers, then Hornflies and Exorays. Next go back to Garlaige Citadel and fight Funnel Bats until 51.

What do I need to play?

If you want to play Final Fantasy XI on the PC, you're going to need at least 800MHz and 128 MB of RAM, which most computers these days have. You're also going to need a 32 MB graphics card, preferably ATI Radeon or Nvidia GForce and run Windows 98 or higher. You'll also need some way of connecting to the Internet (but since you're reading this, that shouldn't be a problem).

If you want to play Final Fantasy XI for PS2, you'll need the PS2 hard drive and Final Fantasy XI game bundle which usually runs around $99. You'll also need a network adapter for the PS2 which usually goes for $39.


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