Early Toon Guide: Beginner Tips on Spending FFXIV Gil
Becoming an Early Toon isn't just about purchasing all the free and cheap FFXIV Gil you can get. It's also about spending it wisely so you can have a blast leveling up in Final Fantasy XIV. Here are some beginner tips on where your FFXIV can count the most:
Buy Leveling Gear. There are around 20 slots to fill up in your inventory so be sure to fill them up with the best items you can find. As with any game, "best" will be synonymous with "most expensive" so budget your FFXIV Gil to the most important equipment slots like your weapon, shield and body armor.
Try Out All the Classes. When you buy cheap FFXIV Gil, you can try out all the 18 available classes. Under the brand-new Armoury system, you can take on each of the disciplines (aka classes) by switching your main hand weapon.
Just spend FFXIV Gil on the corresponding weapons such as a Polearm to become a Lancer or tools such as a Pickaxe to become a Miner. Each class offers unique skills that can help you survive in the game world so test drive them all to know which you want to focus on.
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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
Initially met with a poor reception by gamers, Final Fantasy XIV has been totally rebuilt from the ground up by the team at Square Enix. Taking on board player feedback, suggestions and advice, the development team re-launched FFXIV as Final Fantasy: A Realm Reborn to widespread critical and fan acclaim in August 2013.
FFXIV: A Realm Reborn is built on an entirely new graphics engine, and incroporates a redesign of all in-game field maps, a brand new interface, new playable races, and a deep reworking of the basic gameplay systems with specific attention paid to the jobs system, and the addition of new jobs such as the Arcanis, Schilar and Summoner.
In-Game Currency: FFXIV Gil
Type of MMO: Subscription
FFXIV Races: Hyur, Elezen, Lalafell, Roegadyn, Miqo'te