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#1 Sep 02 2010 at 5:43 AM Rating: Good
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1. Has anyone figured out a way to invite members without physically targeting them? Perhaps something like /lsinvite John Smith

2. Has anyone found a way to create "officers" or anything like that?

3. What exactly will be the difference between a linkshell and a company?

Thanks.

Edited, Sep 5th 2010 12:35pm by BartelX
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#2 Sep 02 2010 at 5:47 AM Rating: Good
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edit: disregard

Edited, Sep 5th 2010 12:37pm by BartelX
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#3 Sep 05 2010 at 10:36 AM Rating: Good
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sorry I'm re-bumping this, I changed the topic a bit and just wanted some help if possible. ^^
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#4 Sep 05 2010 at 10:50 AM Rating: Excellent
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I can only answer #3 as that's the only one I know. But a linkshell is a social community where as a company is an end game content type community. A player can have multiple linkshells but only one company. I think #2 there is a way to make "sack holders" funny name I know but those people can give out pearls. I think that is as close you can get to Officers. #1 I don't think you can at this point. This was how it was in FFXI since you had to physically give them a linkshell pearl so they can speak.


Some additional Information from the FFXIV Square-Enix Development Website:
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Linkshells are community groups that can be created by any player using an item also known as a linkshell, which can be purchased from various NPCs. To join a linkshell, you must first be invited.
While your linkshell is equipped, you will be able to converse with other members of your linkshell over the “Linkshell” chat mode, regardless of where you are. When you have equipped a linkshell, that linkshell’s crest will be displayed beside your display name.

*A single character can join up to eight linkshells.
*A single linkshell can have a maximum of 128 members.
*A linkshell’s name can be up to 31 alphanumeric characters long.

Chatting
Even if a linkshell is not equipped, text sent over the chat channels will be displayed for all linkshells you are carrying.
You can set whether messages for linkshells you do not have equipped display or not from Log Display Settings under Configuration.

Linkshell Administration
Linkshells are made up of masters, leaders, and members. Linkshell administration is only handled by masters and leaders.

Powers allotted to masters:

* Disbanding the linkshell
* Altering the linkshell’s crest
* Inviting new members
* Promoting members to leaders, demoting leaders to members
* Exiling members and leaders from the linkshell


Powers allotted to leaders:

* Inviting new members
* Exiling members from the linkshell


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#5 Sep 05 2010 at 10:54 AM Rating: Good
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Thanks for the info. I figured as much for #1, but was just hoping they'd make it a little easier. I'm going to assume they just haven't implemented the master/leader thing yet because I can't find it anywhere. I'm also guessing they haven't put companies into the game yet. We'll probably have to pay to make one of those.
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