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#1 Sep 14 2010 at 6:45 AM Rating: Decent
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Am I the only one who feels like FFXIV has so much to do? I mean, I know that it's good. But I feel almost overwhelmed by all the DOH, DOL, DOW, etc. I guess the caps will allow you to focus on stuff other than grinding.

I have been trying to explore the land but keep getting killed by mobs! I'm also curious to how rare items are going to play out, as well as end game activites.

Anyone else feel this way?
#2 Sep 14 2010 at 6:48 AM Rating: Excellent
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TurboEzriark wrote:
Am I the only one who feels like FFXIV has so much to do? I mean, I know that it's good. But I feel almost overwhelmed by all the DOH, DOL, DOW, etc. I guess the caps will allow you to focus on stuff other than grinding.

I have been trying to explore the land but keep getting killed by mobs! I'm also curious to how rare items are going to play out, as well as end game activites.

Anyone else feel this way?


Yeah, FFXIV has a lot of things to learn and to research about. But once you managed to get a grip on how the system works (by doing the tutorial leves, the main quest, and reading the Call of Adventure in the aetheryte crystals), you'll find things a lot easier. :)

I heavily recommend focusing your attention on one discipline for now, though the mix-and-match system with the other disciplines is what makes the class system in FFXIV very interesting.
#3 Sep 14 2010 at 6:54 AM Rating: Good
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its easy to get overwhelmed if you go into a game looking to try everything in week one.
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#4 Sep 14 2010 at 7:41 AM Rating: Good
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Maxwell:

I do agree, I'm still trying to wrap my head around the different leves and the crystals and how the general game play is different from FFXI. Repetition will help I'm sure.

I do have a tendency to want it all from the beginning.
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