KillerGuides Has a New Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Guide. And It’s Fantastic.

Killer Guides has added another unofficial guide to their website. Their unofficial leveling guide is a new guide that promises to get your class to the level cap in 7 days or less. Aside from leveling advice it also delves into equipment and skill rotations as well as some Gil-making options and questing advice.

Given my limited spare time and a desire to spend that time playing FFXIV instead of researching it, I decided to give it a shot and see if the guide lives up to the hype.

Why Killer Guides?

final fantasy xiv leveling guide by KGBefore deciding to buy a guide, I wanted to see who actually is behind it. As it turns out, all guides on killerguides.com are written by independent authors. Unlike authors of official guides, they didn’t just get an assignment, but are genuinely passionate about the game, having spent an inordinate time leveling their own characters. Their writing is based on the perspective of hardcore gamers and it shows. They aren’t on some developer’s payroll, and their information isn’t edited or limited by what a game publisher might want or not want to reveal about how to play their game.

When you buy a game from Killer Guides you can also be sure that the information is accurate and authentic. Too many independent guides are just slapped together dribble, detailing some random author’s bumbling attempt to beat the game. The Killer Guides editors ensure that a guide contains true and useful information. It has to be more than just a narrative of a play-through. It has to contain real, useful information and well tested and thought out play strategies.

What Kind of Information Can Be Found in the Guide?

While it seems to be marketed as leveling guide, it’s actually a complete guide to FF14. Just about every aspect of the game has a section devoted to it. Everyone can agree that the Final Fantasy world is rich, and the games that come from it have plenty of depth and content. FF14 is no exception to this. The game has many class combinations for character building, thousands of quests and an in-depth crafting system. Each of these elements has a sizable number of pages devoted to mastering them.

Leveling Up Fast
For most players on the look out for an MMO guide, it’s about leveling faster, getting better equipment and not wasting time getting stuck on mundane quests or less rewarding ones.

In the leveling department, this Final Fantasy XIV guide definitely meets the expectations. It details the most efficient way to reach the level cap, including the top quest lines and the most efficient leveling locations.

However, it’s not only about quests and locations. In FF14, the key to an effective character also includes getting skill rotations right. This guide offers a variety of different styles of play and details the tskill rotations that will maximize leveling progress for a wide range of class combinations.

It makes a pretty big claim in that it can get players to the level cap in as little as seven days. I like to switch a lot between alt classes, so while I wasn’t able to test that yet in full, I definitely noticed that I progressed at a much faster pace using the provided leveling guide.

Quest Walkthroughs
No guide would be complete without a detailed walkthrough of quests, and this guide is no exception. It is based on multiple run-throughs of the game and aside from walkthroughs of the main story quests it also provides a very good coverage of additional side quests. Quest walkthroughs are presented in a logical structure and easy to follow steps, so players can easily proceed according to the guide as they progress through the game.

Character Creation
FF14 has a detailed character creation system that can leave new players puzzled and veteran players wondering if there is a killer combination they have missed. FF14’s character generation system means you have a lot of different choices when it comes to getting your race and class combination right. While there are downright right or wrong ways to set up your character, there are definitely a number of considerations that players might fret over. This guide details each choice and how that class will be played optimally. This allows players to choose the combination that fits them best.

Crafting and Money
It’s a material world, and acquiring material things is a goal of many players in the FF14 world. This guide details the best Gil making strategies and promises remarkable increases in players’ incomes if they do them correctly. The crafting system, including resource locations and a comprehensive list of recipes, is also included. At the time of writing there are some serious money makers provided in the guide and – if they guide keeps getting updated – it might be one of the best Gil-making tools out there.

Presentation

This unofficial guide is presented in electronic format. It can be downloaded as either a PDF or eBook file. Inside the guide looks likes any paper guide you might find in the store. It has colorful in-game images and text. Overall, it is presented as professionally as any official game guide.

Overall Impression

There were times where I was happy to sift through forums for hours on end, trying to find some hidden gems or the next secret leveling spot. I believe those times were around 1999 when EverQuest was still a thing and I still in high school. Nowadays, I’d rather go and pick up a single, one-stop reference that includes all the essentials – as long as it does live up to what it promises. Considering the time this guide has saved me – by not having to search, trying things out (before noticing they no longer work) or just doing it the traditional way of trial and error – it definitely was the right choice. As far as boosting game process goes, it pretty much lived up to its promise (though more maps would have been nice). All in all I can wholeheartedly recommend to get your own copy of Killer Guides’ FFXIV Guide.

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The Jobs of Final Fantasy XIV

Update: This article is just a brief primer on jobs. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on the jobs, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

Final Fantasy games have been a huge hit with gamers all around the world for many years now. Starting way back in the early days of gaming, role playing games were some of the first in-depth and complex games to hit the market. Typically consisting of heavy story elements and character progression to level up, role playing games have kept their popularity over the decades and remain widely popular today. Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is a new RPG in the Final Fantasy series. The game features a ton of content for players to participate in including jobs. Jobs allow players to specialize in a certain style of play that comes into affect when playing with large groups. Players can choose a job once they have mastered their main role as a class. Below is the list of jobs in Final Fantasy XIV and a short description of what each job is. This should help any player pick the perfect job for their character!

Bard – The Bard provides buffs to the party through song while shooting enemies from a distance with bow and arrow.
Black Mage – Black Mages are kings of destruction magic and dealing damage to multiple enemies at once. They are also able to ensnare enemies with spells.
Dragoon – Dragoons utilize their enhanced attack power to deal extra damage from the skies during attacks.
Monk – The Monk uses elemental skills to attack enemies as well as to protect friendly party members. The Monk is also a skilled Pugilist.
Paladin – Paladins act as the party’s tank. He/she utilizes a shield to provide heavy defense to the entire party and keep enemies at bey.
Scholar – The Scholar’s magic is very broad in skill but not quite as powerful as either Mage class. What the Scholar lacks in power he/she makes up for in variety.
Summoner – Summoners summon magical creatures to help fight with a defend the party.
Warrior – Warriors are another tank class whose main role is to attract multiple enemies while teammates deal damage.
White Mage – White Mages are great healers and a necessity to any party.

Overall Final Fantasy XIV has a lot of great and interesting classes to choose from. There is something for everyone in the party to pick, and each class will help to ensure the party succeeds!

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On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on jobs. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on the jobs, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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The Overview of 4 Disciples of FFXIV Realm Reborn

Update: This article is just a brief primer on disciples. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on disciples, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

In Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, the player has the option to choose from four different classes, which include: Disciples of War, Disciples of Magic, Disciples of the Land, and Disciples of the Hand. Each class has its own unique set of skills that the player may pursue upon sufficient mastery within that class. All players begin the game as either a Disciple of War or a Disciple of Magic. As the game progresses and the player gains experience they may take up the other two classes to diversify their skills. Choosing the right adventuring style, or class, is as simple as changing the item that is in your possession. As the player gains even more experience they are capable of performing increasingly unique actions. Moreover, reaching a particular level of mastery within that class will unlock jobs, which contain even further specialization. Every fighting style and method of adventure is entirely up to the player.

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Disciples of War – These followers can dedicate themselves to mastering weapons along with the battles that are fought with them. The skills that these instruments of combat can choose from include the Gladiator, Pugilist, Marauder, Lancer, and Archer. Each of these disciplines allows the player to master a particular set of weapons and style of fighting.

Disciples of Magic – This path calls for those with a passion for constant study and expertise in sorcery of every form. Devotees adhere to artifacts in order to beckon forces within themselves to utilize spells in combat and reinforce those in need. The skills that this classification offers are the Conjurer, Thaumaturge, and Arcanist.

Disciples of the Land – This pathway permits the player to harvest nature’s abundant resources utilizing a large selection of tools. The player gains great knowledge and various skills to provide from the world’s resources to its inhabitants. These disciples can choose skills as a Miner, Botanist, and Fisher.

Disciples of the Hand – For players whose calling is creation and art, this discipline offers a vast array of tools to utilize in order to harness the crafter within them. Everything from the most elusive article of clothing to the utmost precious metal, these experts in craftsmanship can keep their culture alive through the art of synthesis. This discipline has the most skills to choose from out of all of the classes which include the Carpenter, Blacksmith, Armorer, Goldsmith, Leatherworker, Weaver, Alchemist, and Culinarian.

On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on disciples. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on disciples, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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Announcement of Winners for Chocobo Naming Contest

Chocobo lovers, young and old, hear ye hear ye!

We have officially ended the Chocobo Naming Contest. We were gratefully overwhelmed with the entries you sent, ranging from drab to delightful, and now comes the difficult task of picking 1 winner and 4 runner-ups.

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Our winner to whom will be awarded a Final Fantasy XIV Realm Reborn Standard Edition for PC (valued at $29.99) is Eric Breckenridge who named his chocobo Cloud-chaser.

And our 4 runner-ups who will receive a free copy of the FFXIV A Realm Reborn Guide from KillerGuides (valued at $19.99) are:

Ricardo MontañoSunburst
ChromaKin
SpikemandoChocoPuff
Lavette RoperThunder Wings

To our winners, prizes will be sent within the next week.

We would like to thank you all for sending in your entries. If you did not make it this time, keep checking our blog for more contests in the future!

All name entries could be seen in this post.

 

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FFXIV A Realm Reborn General Quest Guide

Update: This article is just a brief primer on quests. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on quests, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

As any veteran of MMORPG’s knows, quests are a means for accumulating experience points, currency and items through the completion of certain objectives. The instructions for completing quests often come from NPC’s, or Non-Player Characters, who act as residents of a town or outpost. Typically, these NPC’s have an icon over them to indicate that they have a quest to offer, and the icon is green if a player has a sufficiently advanced level to initiate the quest. The background is red when they do not.

Story Quests

These are the quests given by major characters in the story. They have a unique icon that resembles an exclamation point surrounded by flames. These quests involve accomplishing major objectives that influence the events of the game world. Typically, there is extensive character interaction with the residents of the world, and the player learns more about the perils facing Eorzea by completing them. Completion also allows players to access more expansive parts of the game as they progress through the story.

Side Quests

The icons that represent these quests are simply exclamation marks set against a circular background. They allow a player to interact with more minor residents of the local area, and to complete tasks that result in experience points and currency rewards. While they are not required to complete, they offer players an opportunity to gain experience at a rapid rate, and are often entertaining.

Guildleves

Guildleves are a unique type of quest. They require visiting NPCs that are marked with “levemete” underneath their name. These NPCs are found at outposts all over the world. Every day, a player is allowed to take three guildleves. These allowances stack up to 100 total guildleves allowed.

After accepting a guildleve from the NPC, the player must go into their quest journal and accept the task. While doing so, the player has the option to increase the difficulty and attempt to receive a greater reward. When this process is complete, the target will be marked on the player’s map with a silver card icon. This is the objective that the player must reach in the time allowed.

While this is the protocol for battlecraft leves, there are also leves available for disciples of the hand and disciples of the land jobs as well. These involve gaining a certain amount of materials for gathering jobs, or creating a specific item for crafting professions. The rewards for all types of leves are significant, and provide an efficient means for players looking to increase their job level.

Guildhests

By locating NPCs marked as “battlewarden,” players can participate in small scale initiatives that require a group of players. Like other quests, they have an objective that must be completed. Much like duty finder, parties will be formed and players transported to the objective location when the party is complete. However, the monsters and tasks required to complete a guildhest require much more teamwork and effort than the individual quests.

On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on quests. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on quests, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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Chocobo Naming Contest!

Update: Please note entries for the contest are closed. Winners are announced here.

Ever tried coming up with the ultimate Chocobo name? Well, now you can put that to good use and win a fantastic prize by entering into the Chocobo Naming Contest! Submit your favorite Chocobo name until August 10th, 2013, and you could win!

The 5 best entries will be featured on ffxivguide.net and will qualify for one of the following prizes: First place gets a Final Fantasy XIV Realm Reborn Standard Edition for PC (valued at $29.99)! The four runner ups will get a free copy of the FFXIV A Realm Reborn Guide from KillerGuides (valued at $19.99)!

Chocobos aren’t only cute, fantastic, and a great means of fantasy transportation, but now you can use them to win a prize as well! Only one name per participant, so only submit your best favorite!

To enter the contest simply post your favorite Chocobo name in the comments below(don’t forget to fill in the e-mail field – we’ll use it to contact you if you win!)

Chocobo Contest

 

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FFXIV A Realm Reborn Leveling Tips From 11-20

Update: This article is just a brief primer on leveling. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on leveling, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

After a player has reached level 10 on their Disciple of War or Magic job, options for leveling up become much more diverse. That said, similar principles to the 1-10 progression apply. Players should continue to complete quests, which will lead them to new quest areas. FATE’s should be done when convenient to do so. However, if this is a first job, completion of the storyline quests is a priority. By simply going where the quest lines direct, players are introduced to their first encounter with the game’s dungeon system. These experiences give a tremendous amount of experience, and also offer opportunities for much improved gear.

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Dungeons and Duty Finder

There are three dungeons that assist in leveling in this range. The first is Sastasha Seagrot near Limsa Lominsa in Western La Noscea. This is tuned for character levels 15-17, though level sync allows higher level players to participate and gain experience as well. The next dungeon is Tam-Tara Deepcroft,in Central Shroud near New Gridania. This is for levels 16-18. The final dungeon is Copperbell Mines in Western Thanalan near Ul’Dah. The optimum levels for this dungeon are 17-19.

For first time explorers, the storyline quests will direct them to travel to the dungeon. When this happens, there is an NPC at the entrance that needs to be spoken with. After completion of that, the dungeon is unlocked for duty finder use. That means players can select their intended dungeon, and the game will form a party for them and indicate when it is time to enter.

The experience bonus to monster kills in dungeons is significant, and completing the dungeons will also complete portions of a job’s hunting log for even more experience. This makes these dungeons a fantastic source of experience points and gear, even for players who have already completed the associated storyline quests. Most players will queue for a dungeon while completing other tasks during their wait time.

Levequests

Leves continue to be a good way to level up, and players can utilize the NPC’s in Western La Noscea, Central Shroud, or Western Thanalan for appropriate leveled leves. The speed bonus for completing a levequest is almost as significant as the bonus for raising the quest to maximum difficulty. Therefore, soloing levequests at low difficulties for speed is efficient, particularly if a player has a high allowance of levequests built up.

On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on leveling. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on leveling, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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Leveling Tips in FFXIV Realm Reborn

Update: This article is just a brief primer on leveling. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on leveling, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

Want to get ahead of the crowd when Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn launches? Read on for some leveling tips to keep you ahead of the game!

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Quests

Quests are the easiest and most straightforward way to level up in FFXIV. FFXIV’s quests are of the standard MMO variety most players will be familiar with. Main scenario quests are differentiated from general quests by their meteor icon. Progression in the main scenario unlocks new features, many of which will expedite the leveling process, so do not neglect these quests.

Guildleves

Guildleves are like repeatable quests. Guildleves are only accessible after completing a special quest at level 10. You may accept various types of guildleves from NPCs known as levemetes, so long as you have leve allowances, which are granted at a rate of 3 every 12 hours.

Full Time Active Events {FATE)

The FATE system is similar to the dynamic event systems from Guild Wars 2 and Rift. Currently running FATEs will appear on your map and you will automatically join the event if you are in range of it. You will be rewarded with an amount of XP that varies depending upon your contribution. If your level is too high for the FATE, you can click the Level Sync button in your quest list to temporarily become the appropriate level.

Hunting Log

Absolutely do not forget about filling up your Hunting Log! If you find yourself tempted to complain that you’ve run out of quests, you have likely been neglecting your Hunting Log. The Hunting Log provides XP for killing a certain number of monsters of the same type. Think of it as a hit list. After you’ve killed the requisite number of victims, you receive payment in the form of XP.

Dungeons

Dungeons, which are unlocked individually during the main scenario, are the best and fastest way to level up in FFXIV. You can register yourself in the queue for a dungeon with the new Duty Finder. You will be automatically matched with players of the appropriate roles from across all servers, and teleported to your dungeon. Upon completion, you will be teleported back to your previous location. For this reason, you are encouraged to solo, craft, or gather while you wait.

And Finally, the most important thing to remember about leveling up in FFXIV is to make use of the variety of activities available to you!

On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on leveling. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on the leveling, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Features an Armory(Class and Job System) Reborn

Update: This article is just a brief primer on armory. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on armory, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

ffxiv armory gameplay

With Final Fantasy XIV set to relaunch this August, the Armory system has received a major overhaul. Like the previous version of the game, your character’s class is determined by the weapon you are equipped with, which can be changed at will. However, the system has been significantly streamlined since development began on A Realm Reborn. Now, players must first complete their level 10 class quest before they are allowed access to the Armory. All class gear is now stored in the Armory Chest, and multiple gear sets can now be saved, allowing players to easily change their class on the fly.

Gear Sets

After unlocking the Armory, players may manage their gear sets by clicking on the Gear Set List from the Character menu. Players may even save these gear sets to their hot bar, allowing them to swap classes at the press of a button.

Armory Chest

Previously, gear was stored in the inventory along with all other items. However, when ARR launches, gear will be stored in its own dedicated area, giving adventurers plenty of space as well as a more sensibly organized inventory. Each gear slot has its own dedicated section in the Armory Chest, allowing storage of up to 25 pieces of gear of each type.

The Benefits of Leveling Multiple Classes

Unlike most MMORPGs, FFXIV allows players to play every class on a single character. If players have leveled multiple classes, they will be allowed to choose from a limited number of eligible skills from other classes to use on their current one. The number of skills players may choose from this list at a single time increases as they level up. This system allows for a degree of personalization as well as an incentive to try new things.

Jobs

Jobs are advanced forms of FFXIV’s classes with more specialized roles optimized for group play, and features such series staples as the Black Mage, Summoner, Paladin, and more. The system is designed so that, generally, players will want to solo as their basic class and reserve their job for parties. Upon attaining access to a job, players may switch to that job from the associated class by equipping a soul crystal, which will allow access to job-specific equipment and actions.

The Armory is one of FFXIV’s defining features, and with A Realm Reborn on the horizon, it is about to get significantly better.

On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on armory. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on the armory, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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FFXIV A Realm Reborn Leveling tips from 1-10

Update: This article is just a brief primer on leveling. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on leveling, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

Leveling your Disciple of War job in FFXIV is a fairly straightforward and rewarding process. Often, players find themselves participating in leves and fates, as well as progressing through the various dungeons and story line quests. Levels 1-10, however, look a little bit different than mid game and end game play.
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Levels 1-5
Levels 1-5 are fairly straightforward, particularly when leveling your first Disciple of War job. There are a variety of quests designed to help you become acclimated with your starting town, and to give you an opportunity to access all of the aethernet points throughout. These quests are typically sufficent to move a player’s level close to level 5.

However, if you would like to get a jump start on the process, a quick tip is to go directly outside of town before initiating or turning in any quests. Here’s why. At level 1, level 1 monsters will give a great deal of experience points and also allow for chain bonuses. Monsters up to level 3 will present no problem for even a level 1 adventurer, and the level of experience gained combined with the chain bonuses can move you to level 3 or 4 in under five minutes of grinding. This can be a worthwhile diversion that takes very little time to complete.

Levels 6-10
By this point, if you have done the associated quests with both the town and your job choice, you should have quests that take you outside the city walls. You should also have your hunting log unlocked from your job trainer. If you have not completed those quests and unlocked the log, go back to the guild associated with your FFXIV job and do so before continuing. Once that is done, head to the next quest objective, but stop and kill any monsters you see along the way. This is to complete hunting log entries. You will know that a monster is part of an entry by the message you receive after slaying one. The experience bonus you receive for completing entries far outweighs the minute or so it takes to kill them. Also, when you look to gain page completion bonuses, you will not have to backtrack.

If you follow these ffxivarr leveling guide and participate in any fates that pop up near your area, you will be level 10 before you’ve completed all of the quests in the area.

On the chance of repeating myself, this article is just a brief primer on leveling. Since the time of writing, I’ve found this guide. I recommend you head over and get yourself a copy as well. Not only does it have an insanely detailed chapter on leveling, but an absolutely brilliant leveling guide as well (see my review). I so wish I had gotten that when I first bought the game – it would have saved me a lot of time (which could have been used to improve the design of this blog instead :))

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