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#1 Apr 10 2010 at 10:10 PM Rating: Excellent
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So, ever have those regrets in a game where you think to yourself, "Man, next time I start all over from the beginning, I'd do this..." Well, let's share them!

Me? I think that one thing that I always regret is I tend to rush into leveling. I like being helpful and being helpful usually requires grinding to get levels, gear and such so that you can help others get stuff later on... But getting levels can make you miss out on the other things the game can provide. Not to mention the hurry up and wait method isn't always the best. Though you don't want to wait too long or no one will be doing the missions, etc. when you're ready to do them.

I think I may start trying to level a craft this time around first. Maybe increasing my physical and job levels only for farming things I need/can't get my hands on any other way. Not sure if I'll do cooking or weaving or leathers... I like to be self sufficient as much as possible so I know I will be dabbling in just about everything... but if I make myself known as a good, fair, and trustworthy crafter, gil should be a lot easier to come by. Not to mention you can make a large network of friends that way too.

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#2 Apr 10 2010 at 10:15 PM Rating: Decent
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Like you said above, my biggest regret was trying to level up, thats practically all I did. As you could see, then I got tired midway and started a new job.

This time around it's going to be different, my focus will be on everything but grinding!
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My biggest regret: money. I never had enough money for anything and it was really sad. I was leveling with gimp equipment the majority of the time and a pt member of mine even had to give me money to buy Haste. Thankfully I was a RDM and pts would accept me just because of Refresh. I didn't even have Dia II or any other spells save for the early ones and the Cure line spells. All in all, my efforts for the first few months in Eorzea is going to be spent trying to accrue money. My motto for this game is CREAM - Cash Rules Everything Around Me.
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#4 Apr 10 2010 at 11:15 PM Rating: Good
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Cash is a big factor in just about everything, yeah. But for me, I think friends will always be first. Cash can be next. ;)
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#5 Apr 10 2010 at 11:37 PM Rating: Decent
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My resolution will be to stick with one class /build up to cap level. I tend to jump around classes too much in new MMO's, this time around I'm going to do my research and really stick with the class I choose.
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#6 Apr 10 2010 at 11:49 PM Rating: Decent
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Rushing through my first job just so I can be a higher level.

I want to take the time and enjoy doing the quests and stuff. Messing around doing stuff with friends was amazing the first year or two I played, that is what I miss the most and hope to get back to doing that. And I would like to have some spare money this time around because I was always broke in FFXI

Maybe actually getting into a craft this time around as well. I got fishing to 30 and enjoyed it, but was always to busy trying to level which now that I look back at it, was stupid.

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Not going through with crafting early on. This time I want to level a craft while leveling a job, rather than afterwards.

Also, my new game resolution is going to most likely be 1920x1200 instead of 1024x768. Had to be said because that's what I clicked on this thread intending to say!
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#8 Apr 10 2010 at 11:57 PM Rating: Decent
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Like alot of people have said, I plan on getting into crafting from the start. Also try sticking to one job/class...I always flip flop between jobs so I'd like to try and have some focus this time around.
#9 Apr 11 2010 at 12:02 AM Rating: Good
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I'm like you SideCH, I love playing all types of jobs at once and often hard for me to stick to one. This time around I'm dedicating myself to focus on at least one class and one major craft for a good while =) I'm looking forward to more info on the different crafting jobs.
#10 Apr 11 2010 at 1:22 AM Rating: Decent
mine will be to take the game at a more casual pace and like others have said, start a craft from the beginning.
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#11 Apr 11 2010 at 1:48 AM Rating: Decent
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Lol everyone is gonna play casually...looks like we'll give this game a good year before anyone hits cap level :P. hehe but anyway i'm in the same shoes as everyone else, I regret most the grind. As much as I love levelling up, I want to take time to just enjoy the game and maybe then the grind wont be so bad from a monetary standpoint because in FFXI all I wanted to do was level, level, and level some more and when i was cash strapped it was such a hassle making the gil necessary to keep me going. Maybe this time around the casual route will roll in the money without me even noticing which will help in the long run.
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This time around, I'd really like to cap off some form of crafting I think. :)
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#13 Apr 11 2010 at 2:13 AM Rating: Decent
not everyone is going to play causally, there will be those people that play the game like its their job. when i first started XI i would go to school, come home, play for an hour till i went to work, come home and play for another hour till bed, on my days off i would come home from school and just play till bed and then on saturday and sunday i would wake up and play until i went back to sleep, if i even slept at all. i was just so **** addicted to the game.

i want to limit myself to an hour or 2 a day and solo as much as possible. i know i know, so go play a console RPG. i will still group with people to accomplish missions and such but when it comes to the thrill of battle i loved to see what i could solo on my drg/mage in XI and i intend to do the same with my lancer in XIV
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#14 Apr 11 2010 at 5:10 AM Rating: Decent
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I resolve to play less late into the night, staying up all nigh till 1pm the next day was sickening, but it got stuff done. Hopefully I can avoid all that in ffxiv.
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I'm going to do what I did with FFXI, except now that I played FFXI, I'm more wiser.

First I'm going to do the essential quests. Then I'm going to actually play and level more jobs than just sticking to one level 75 job and doing things you can't do when you're a lower level.

also i'm going to actually play with people instead of soloing all the time.

i'm probably going to skip crafting, until i have my characters leveled and have a decent group of people to take on NMs.

i learned my lesson last time when I leveled Leathercraft to 100. It was kind of a waste. There weren't many good things to craft and make exceptional money, unlike bonecraft.
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i'm probably going to skip crafting, until i have my characters leveled and have a decent group of people to take on NMs.

I'm going at it the other way around. I'm going to max out my Fisherman class first so I have a guaranteed source of income before I level any Disciple of War/Magic classes. I may even do Culinarian the same way.
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#17 Apr 11 2010 at 11:58 AM Rating: Decent
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hmmm since I plan to start about the same time as my sis and hopefully two other friends, I'll probably start off adventuring but do alot of crafting when they aren't on...

As for a resolution? I will raise a slave army and take enough land to build a grand temple to myself! After that, who knows ;P
#18 Apr 11 2010 at 1:52 PM Rating: Excellent
Crafting, I sunk soo much money into cooking only for it to be worthless next to just farming/XNMing, next time I'm just going to be a gatherer.

Also, I resolve to stop using tarutarus as cheap slave labor.


luckily there are no tarutarus in FFXIV!
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My resolution is to contribute somehow to the wikipage. Whether it's by exploring new land or finding new nm's or new gear or w/e. I want to die...a lot. Losing exp was nvr a big deal to me so in XI I was always the tard to try something impossible and die horribly even though many better than me had tried before and suffered the same fate. But trying was soooo much fun. I want to be the guy who butts his head against the wall until it breaks and then posts unintelligable knowledge on wiki
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Thinking about it now i think when i start i'm gonna go with a gatherer/crafting type character and hope to have a step ahead of the rest in a certain craft and maybe roll in some money early ad steadily.
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I think that it's easier to farm/craft at max level. So I'm going to bum-rush one class to cap, farm on it and level another class slowly and in style(geared).
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As I'll most likely be starting with my brother, I think I will adventure, but actually pay attention to the other things around me...I had that issue when I started other games, just drowning other things out.

I'll probably take up crafting as well...try and hate it less hehe.
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I am going to spend more time exploring. I really didn't do much exploring in XI, I mainly stayed in the familiar areas to grind lvls and farm and I didn't take much time to go see places not involved in a quest. I feel like I missed out on a lot of the scenery/cool places in XI and I don't want to make that mistake in XIV.
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I'm going to be a huge **** this time around because those are the people that get it done.



Oh yeah, and fish too.

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Oh yeah, and fish too.



I plan on fishing more, too. Even if it seems pointless or boring at first.
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#26 Apr 12 2010 at 8:09 AM Rating: Decent
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I'd rush more since I was always way behind the current content in FFXI.
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Fishing did prove to be a good money maker. I probably will level that like I did in FFXI. However, getting a group of people to hunt and camp NMs is a far more better money maker and it's quicker. Believe me I know from experience.

Once I had 100 fishing there were Gigant squids selling for 3k each. I used to make near 150k a day fishing these. Coral fragments were good then they got nerfed. And Angel Skin is still my favorite. I used to love going there, and fishing up a devil manta and make 800k in less than 20 minutes.
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My new game resolution is to not let XIV turn into a job :D
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#29 Apr 12 2010 at 10:56 AM Rating: Decent
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Lol everyone is gonna play casually...looks like we'll give this game a good year before anyone hits cap level :P. hehe but anyway i'm in the same shoes as everyone else, I regret most the grind. As much as I love levelling up, I want to take time to just enjoy the game and maybe then the grind wont be so bad from a monetary standpoint because in FFXI all I wanted to do was level, level, and level some more and when i was cash strapped it was such a hassle making the gil necessary to keep me going. Maybe this time around the casual route will roll in the money without me even noticing which will help in the long run.


Ya, I personally have spent my fair share of time fantasizing about having made some different choices with my time in FFXI. The FFXIV game basically embodies everyone's desire to go back and do things over again, and do them right. For me it wasn't so much the grinding, but spending countless hours farming gil the hard ways, that monopolized my time. Knowing what I know now I could have spent 1/10th of that effort on more worthwhile gil making endeavors, and had more money, and enjoyed myself more.

For me, I won't play casually :D, but... before I invest huge chunks of my time into game goals in the future, I will do my best to make **** sure there isn't a "better way". Also, I intend to take on far less Endgame activities at any given time. Its no fun having a great group of friends that slowly gets squeezed out of the picture by an ever mounting pile of endgame events.

So the things I will do differently:

1) Make sure my farming methods are worthy of my time investment.

2) Better balance my end game / social play.
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I have a few things in mind I'm pretty set on for XIV.

Start a linkshell / guild and stick with it, allowing it time to grow.

Become a proficient Blacksmith.

Take more time just to explore.
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#31 Apr 12 2010 at 2:33 PM Rating: Excellent
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This time around I'm going to have more faith and confidence in myself. I started FFXI late, and ended up rushing to learn as much as I could. When I hit 75 I reached out to end game shells and latched on to the first people who seemed to be effective. I ended up running into drama, shady behavior and a lot of unfair treatment by rushing in head first. In one case a ls leader jumped servers and placed the blame on myself and my fiancee to save his real intentions.

It was only when I stepped back and away, and started really looking for friendships rather than "successful" people to do events with that I truly started to enjoy the game. In the end, I made my own shell that was fair and friendly. When I quit I sold everything I owned and added the cash to the linkshell bank, giving everyone about 300,000 gil each to thank them for being such an amazing group of people.

In FFXIV I want the camaraderie I experienced at the end of my game play. I want to keep my head above any drama and keep a careful eye out for people with shady intentions. I can't wait to just relax and enjoy this game and the friendships I build.
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I want to say that this time around I will get more into crafting. It just sucks though because as much as I want to, I know I will start playing and have way more fun stabbing things with a tiny spear than trying to master a crafting skill. We'll see though.

One thing I know for sure though, is that I will be starting this game with a good group of friends, and that will make the beginning 'learning' phase a lot more fun.
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My goal is to *finally* learn to play a game casually. I've always taken things too seriously. Real life right now dictates that I'm either casual, or I don't play at all. I'm really looking forward to it.
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#35 Apr 12 2010 at 6:58 PM Rating: Excellent
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My new gaming resolution is 2560x1600 ;]

(I just ordered a new 30" monitor and couldn't resist :P )
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Have fun, and not to take things to seriously.

When I first started playing, I was laid back, if I died.....who cares....but then....

Sometime around 6 months to one year since I started, so many things really got to me. If I died, I was ******* if I died twice, I turn it off....for about 10 minutes, then if I died a third time, I'd would need a whole new computer screen and keyboard.

The I took about a year off, and when I came back, I was laid back again, up until I stopped playing, which was a year ago.

The hardcore aspect of the game really got to me, I was very busy and didn't have any time to really progress in a game I have to keep paying to play, but I was very interested in the mythology and world and characters and friends, so I kept playing.
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To stick to a single character type. With each race equal in terms of stats, I don't see it as a difficult resolution to keep. Taru tanks were rough... (I am echoing someone above, but it stands for me as well)

I'd also like to catalog every detail of my first month. Screens, short blurbs, etc. as to not get lost in the leveling routine that seems to overtake me in most MMOs. This is a part of the "not rush, be a tourist rather than a rushhour jockey" crowd. Wonder if that is a part of getting old...
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My resolution is to at least try a crafting class. I never touched one in FFXI, but this time around I am interested in them.
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I really just want to relax. That was my favorite part of FFXI, sitting in a city or running through the wilderness while chatting to the linkshell. Most times i will be doing my hw with FFXI up on my second monitor and chatting. It always relaxed me having it up. I definitely want to try every class/disciple at first. Most of all though i want to think hard about my character name and appearance and not remake him ever.
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If I play, start a craft immediately. Play a lot less and not lead a linkshell. I have a very successful linkshell but it takes too much of my time and you really get burnt out.
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-Well, for me I will take up fishing,and keep a rod with me at all times. As I lvl my main class, in between fights, I will find a water hole and go at it.

-Spend money only if I have no other choice. Weapons and armor I hope to get from leves and drops.
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Resolution.. Stick to a pair of (GLAD)job/(BS)craft. And of course, maintain a reduced playstyle without a demanding shell.

Sooo much time wasted, farming for pop items, waiting for hnm.., hopefully some of these time sinks are gone also!
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Pick up a craft at the start and not try to level up my main class/job first. Would rather prepare everything and then go through the experience without interruptions.
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My resolution is to level something useful first. Leaning toward conjurer since they have healing and elemental abilities. Something RDM/Shamanish. In FFXI I jumped around like crazy, finally
settling on MNK, which although I enjoyed at times, wasn't very necessary for anything. Leveling Hunter in WoW was ok because there are many more opportunities to get "geared" and run
content than FF games.

So level something useful > invest funds into craft > build an epic DD. GG.

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I'd like to craft (based on this topic alone it seems there will be a nice majority of easily obtained crafter goods) because in FFXI I never got into it.

I'd like to not worry so much about "keeping up" with my friends. I have a full time job, a wife, 2 kids and 1 on the way. My play time is limited. I don't want to feel that every time I log on I have to level and catch up to my RL friends instead of trying to do anything else. Sure, I'd rather grind with them, and party with them. But I'm not gonna fool myself into thinking that I can keep up.
Hopefully the class system can work in a similar vain to level sync. Once that was introduced it was much easier to level with them on jobs we all wanted to use.
But this time around, since I'm starting from the beginning, I'm going to take the time to explore, craft, experiment, and generally try a little of everything. As much fun as I had in FFXI, I'm going to take the time to do the things I feel I missed out on.
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I played FFXI when it was first released in NA and really had a great time with it but the RMT and economic problems in the game really killed it for me and I quit shortly after COP was released. My real life profession is cooking so I imagine myself getting into cooking and fishing in game for sure. The last time I played i was a DRK. while it was a lot of fun to play, if you didn't have the absolute best possible gear for each level you were snubbed from parties. which was frustrating because I knew how to play that job very well but it didn't seem to matter much. So this time around i'm going to go down the support class role. I remember BRDs being a godsend in parties and really making a significant impact on the grind.
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When FFXI first came out it was the first MMO I ever played. Since then I have played many different MMOs (WoW, EQ2, CoX, AoC, and Vanguard). Even though I spent most of my time in EQ2 as a somewhat serious raider these past few years, my heart always belonged to Vandial. I feel like it's too late to go back to FFXI and start over, but when FFXIV comes out I am going to make a serious commitment to the game making an effort to remember lessons from the past.

Mostly with FFXIV I plan to just enjoy the journey, and to not do things that are only a means to an end. I am going to be part of an LS that I love, and give friendships and relationships time to build instead of always trying to do everything on my own.

If I had just stayed with FFXI from the start, instead of quitting when I got frustrated then I probably would have completed and experienced so many of the things I feel I missed out on.

I don't want to do that again.
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