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#1 Sep 01 2010 at 11:52 PM Rating: Excellent
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Taken from http://ffxivstrawhats.com

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BASE RACIAL/CLAN ATTRIBUTES

## Hyur ##

Strength | Vitality | Dexterity | Intelligence | Mind | Piety

16 | 15 | 14 | 16 | 13 | 16 Midlander
18 | 17 | 15 | 13 | 15 | 12 Highlander


## Elzen ##

Strength | Vitality | Dexterity | Intelligence | Mind | Piety

14 | 13 | 18 | 17 | 12 | 16 Wildwood
15 | 14 | 15 | 18 | 15 | 13 Duskwight


## Lalafell ##

Strength | Vitality | Dexterity | Intelligence | Mind | Piety

13 | 13 | 17 | 16 | 15 | 16 Plainsfolk
12 | 12 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 Dunesfolk

## Miqo'te ##

Strength | Vitality | Dexterity | Intelligence | Mind | Piety

16 | 15 | 17 | 13 | 14 | 15 Seeker of the Sun
13 | 12 | 16 | 14 | 18 | 17 Keeper of the Moon

## Roegadyn ##

Strength | Vitality | Dexterity | Intelligence | Mind | Piety

17 | 18 | 13 | 12 | 16 | 14 Sea Wolf
15 | 16 | 12 | 15 | 17 | 15 Hellsguard

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#2 Sep 01 2010 at 11:55 PM Rating: Excellent
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So wait, wildwood elezen have more INT than either type of lalafell?
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SickleSageKiroh wrote:
So wait, wildwood elezen have more INT than either type of lalafell?


That's wth *I* just noticed!!! IDK what's going on here, but I'm gonna play the **** out of this beta until I find out!!!
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Looks like they also have the highest starting DEX score too, everything I knew has been changed!
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What's Piety? Is it like Charisma?
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TauuOfSiren wrote:
What's Piety? Is it like Charisma?


The official stat for magic accuracy.
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EDIT: TaruHunk beat me to it.

TauuOfSiren wrote:
What's Piety? Is it like Charisma?


The aetheryte says Piety is Magic Accuracy.

Edited, Sep 2nd 2010 1:02am by ShinoHaven
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#8 Sep 02 2010 at 12:06 AM Rating: Good
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Given that stat growth is entirely up to you, I do not think these stat differences will matter at all at higher levels.

What I'm curious about is HP/MP. Do these vary between races/clans?
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The elves are real elves! What a concept!

lol literally what i just said out loud
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The elves are real elves! What a concept!


Too bad they still look horribly lanky and retarded compared to the classic elf.

(Yes, I know I'm asking for a rate down.)
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#12 Sep 02 2010 at 7:11 AM Rating: Good
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Highlanders seem amazing!
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Threx wrote:
GuardianFaith wrote:
The elves are real elves! What a concept!


Too bad they still look horribly lanky and retarded compared to the classic elf.

(Yes, I know I'm asking for a rate down.)


You aren't alone. There is just something about them that is just not quite proportionate, like their heads are too small for their bodies or something
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Anyone know if a couple points in stats is going to make or break a class? Is 2 INT going to be huge difference in spell damage?


EDIT: I guess what I'm concerned about is a Highlander's Piety. I wanted to make a Highlander, but is their lower Piety stat going to make it difficult to ever level a magic oriented class. I am going to be focusing on melee classes, but I'm sure at some point I'll be playing a magic class.

Edited, Sep 2nd 2010 8:39am by NeithanTheWronged
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the only time the race stats would make any real difference is at low levels. but no they wont make much difference.
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#16 Sep 02 2010 at 11:26 AM Rating: Good
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elv has 2nd lowest str lowest mnd and highest dex? they've basicly reversed elv stats from ffxi lol. also theres no agi stat?
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#17 Sep 02 2010 at 11:29 AM Rating: Good
NeithanTheWronged wrote:
Anyone know if a couple points in stats is going to make or break a class? Is 2 INT going to be huge difference in spell damage?


EDIT: I guess what I'm concerned about is a Highlander's Piety. I wanted to make a Highlander, but is their lower Piety stat going to make it difficult to ever level a magic oriented class. I am going to be focusing on melee classes, but I'm sure at some point I'll be playing a magic class.

Edited, Sep 2nd 2010 8:39am by NeithanTheWronged


no. It won't matter. You get to allocate your stat points at each level and can reallocate (a certain number of them) whenever you want, so it is totally up to you what your character's stats are in the long run
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#18 Sep 02 2010 at 11:44 AM Rating: Good
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yeah, its only a 6 point spread between highest and lowest rating, and it looks like we're getting alot more status points per level than FFXI had, so there really isnt a need to base race on stats. I do like that they started everyone off a bit different. Its weird though elves not having higher str/vit with them being so huge.
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I have seen plenty of stat information on base stats, but I have yet to see info on HPs and MPs. If anyone could post that information it would be appreciated.
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for those in beta,

I'm just curious about leveling up stats. I read earlier that if you put X amount of points into a certain stat then after a while it starts to cost 2 points to level the stat up by 1; i.e. if you have 15 str and put say 10 points into it it will be 25 but (if 10 is the moment the cost raises) when you put 10 more it will be 30 (i.e. cost 2 points per stat increase).

If this is the case then starting stats WILL have an effect in the long run because all of the stat points will cost more to level up as you progress...

Could someone in Beta test this out and see before the 22nd (or post if this is already common knowledge and i missed it somewhere)?
#21 Sep 02 2010 at 11:58 AM Rating: Excellent
I really don't know why they bothered.

With stat differences that minor, races will be evened out before level 10.
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Lamnethx of the Seven Seas wrote:
I really don't know why they bothered.

With stat differences that minor, races will be evened out before level 10.


Not necessarily, some people are really into min/maxing. If you have a single minded undiverse character build starting stats may matter.

Personally I like the spread to be even because I don't know what I'll end up doing.
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Highlanders seem amazing!


Not so good for Mage classes though, which is what I intended to play. Oh well. I'd much rather have a proper beard than more stats. Nothing can do more for a Mage than a proper beard.
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Kordain wrote:
trutrutru wrote:
Highlanders seem amazing!


Not so good for Mage classes though, which is what I intended to play. Oh well. I'd much rather have a proper beard than more stats. Nothing can do more for a Mage than a proper beard.

Except maybe a good hat.
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Do stats even matter in the Open Beta? I know they made almost zero difference in every other testing period since the first alpha.
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Any word on HP/MP yet?
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I'll add a little contribution to the OP, the elemental affinity stats...
 
T  | F  | E  | I  | Wat| Wind 
15 | 16 | 15 | 13 | 16 | 15 Midlander 
18 | 15 | 14 | 16 | 13 | 14 Highlander 
 
T  | F  | E  | I  | Wat| Wind 
14 | 12 | 17 | 14 | 15 | 18 Wildwood 
15 | 14 | 17 | 16 | 16 | 12 Duskwight 
 
T  | F  | E  | I  | Wat| Wind 
17 | 14 | 16 | 13 | 15 | 15 Plainsfolk 
15 | 17 | 18 | 12 | 12 | 16 Dunesfolk 
 
T  | F  | E  | I  | Wat| Wind 
12 | 18 | 15 | 15 | 17 | 13 Seeker of the Sun 
16 | 13 | 14 | 18 | 14 | 15 Keeper of the Moon 
 
T  | F  | E  | I  | Wat| Wind 
13 | 13 | 12 | 17 | 18 | 17 Sea Wolf 
14 | 18 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 Hellsguard 


Edited, Sep 2nd 2010 6:46pm by TwistedOwl
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trutrutru wrote:
Highlanders seem amazing!

Except in the end there can be only one!
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Magnesium02 wrote:
Threx wrote:
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The elves are real elves! What a concept!


Too bad they still look horribly lanky and retarded compared to the classic elf.

(Yes, I know I'm asking for a rate down.)


You aren't alone. There is just something about them that is just not quite proportionate, like their heads are too small for their bodies or something


What's annoying is that the female elves on a tallest setting are shorter than a tallest setting human male. WHAT!!!!????? Ugh that annoys me. I was very shocked in phase 3 when I chose a tallest female elf and then later was stading on flat ground only to see a slightly taller HUMAN and ALOT taller roegaydn......
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Except in the end there can be only one!


ok idk if someone already said it but thats priceless.

Edited, Sep 2nd 2010 7:49pm by valeforheya1984
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OH, there is also stuff like "Melee Rank" and "Magic Rank". What are these supposed to be? Will we be able to change this like the other stats or are they set for that race?

http://www.ffxivcore.com/gallery/1283380122/gallery_96_7_4646.png

Edited, Sep 2nd 2010 7:07pm by RayneZ
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RayneZ wrote:
OH, there is also stuff like "Melee Rank" and "Magic Rank". What are these supposed to be? Will we be able to change this like the other stats or are they set for that race?

http://www.ffxivcore.com/gallery/1283380122/gallery_96_7_4646.png


That is an excel sheet made by the person who posted that on ffxivcore. He added the rank parts for people to look at and compare. He just added up the melee stats and magic stats for each and ranked them, that's all. Still disappointed my dunesfolk lancer won't be that strong...
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That is an excel sheet made by the person who posted that on ffxivcore. He added the rank parts for people to look at and compare. He just added up the melee stats and magic stats for each and ranked them, that's all. Still disappointed my dunesfolk lancer won't be that strong...


unless something about stat growth changed that I missed, these stats shouldnt really mean anything
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This only means that, at high levels, they might have a few more points in a given stat because they started higher. I doubt it will make much of a difference, much like FFXI, even less so because it allows you to reallocate and choose what stats you upgrade.

Kilburn wrote:

That is an excel sheet made by the person who posted that on ffxivcore. He added the rank parts for people to look at and compare. He just added up the melee stats and magic stats for each and ranked them, that's all.


Thanks, I didn't see that.
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Yeah, I'm sure this game will be the same as the past one, and race won't mean a thing compared to player ability and equipment. There is more customization, so the best choice is the race that you think looks best.
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OK I kept asking but nobody ever answered. I finally logged into the game and immediately made to chars: a lala and a roeg. I noticed about a 100 HP difference in the roeg's favor. I was in a rush to get to work so I only made 2 chars real quick, and unfortunately don't remember the difference in MPs, but I am sure there was one. Anyways, 100 HPs or MPs difference doesnt seem too bad (though I am from the every little bit helps camp). However, what I do wonder about is what the HP and MP growth is like? If the difference remains as negligible as this, then its not really a big issue. However, if it turns out like the difference between galka and taru........ then it will really matter to me. >.<

Although, it could prob be easily determined by simply taking a lala gld and a roeg gld and getting them both to rank 2. If the distance between the two races HPs does not change , then there should not be much of an issue. However, if the distance increases say from 100 to 150 HP difference, then its definately something to consider.

Edited, Sep 3rd 2010 3:01pm by AmsaimSutavarg
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*bump

It would be helpful if anyone could test it out, or compare notes.
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#40 Sep 05 2010 at 3:31 PM Rating: Good
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AmsaimSutavarg wrote:
It would be helpful if anyone could test it out, or compare notes.



I have been wondering this myself, and been unable to find any information. So I did me a small lil' ol' test:
Took a Lalafell - Dune + Roegadyn - Sea Wolf [both conjurer] to physical level 4.
Raised vitality + mind and took notes at each increment.
Aside from posting every little point, I'll tell what I got from it:

Roe:  Vit 21* - HP 383
         Mnd 21* - MP 376

Lal:  Vit 21 - HP 383
        Mnd 21 - MP 376

Hmm... looks pretty similar to me.
*I was able to raise both vit + mnd to 24 @ physical lv4, but only 21 on Lil, which is why I displayed @ 21.*

     Aside from leveling two of the exact same class up to level ~10, I am fairly happy with these results. I am still convinced that their might be a difference end game, but I'm assuming it will be marginal, if any. For me, this is good news, because I really didn't want to be a taru this time around just to have the highest mana pool.
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