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#1 Oct 08 2010 at 3:33 PM Rating: Default
So I had to work these last two days and I work 12 hour shift ... the 3rd shift 6pm -6am. Ao I play the game a total of 20min on days I work and its usually to do crafting leves I never left limsa. So after this patch I get on change to my lancer and my XP bar turns yellow anyone have an idea what this means. I change from my 18 Lancer to my 14 GLad Still yellow I change from my 14 glad to my 14 archer .... Same thing so I change to my 13 Carpenter SAME THING wtf is with this yellow xp bar.



*edit* the Bar which is yellow is my SP Bar the top one now my XP ( Physical Level ) Bar
Also my Physical level is 24 so I dont have any crazy high job or anything.

Edited, Oct 8th 2010 5:36pm by Ap0stle
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#2 Oct 08 2010 at 3:37 PM Rating: Good
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Only your LNC is fatigue, the yellow xp bar remained when you change to other class is only a graphical bug, those other classes won't be penalised.
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#3 Oct 08 2010 at 3:37 PM Rating: Decent
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Guardian's Favor buff on you?
#4 Oct 08 2010 at 3:40 PM Rating: Good
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No, you're just more likely to hit fatigue if you grind too much on one class on a relatively short time-frame. For example:

Guy A grind LNC for 2 hours every day, for 7 day (1 week). He will likely not hit fatigue. Total = 14 hours.
Guy B does not grind anything for 4 days, and grind 4 hours every day for the last 3 days in the week. Guy B hit fatigue. Total = 12 hours.

Why? Because fatigue reset every week, but it also goes down every minutes/hours you don't play that class as well, slowly.

Edited, Oct 8th 2010 5:41pm by Khornette
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#5 Oct 08 2010 at 3:42 PM Rating: Good
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Khornette wrote:
No, you're just more likely to hit fatigue if you grind too much on one class on a relatively short time-frame. For example:

Guy A grind LNC for 2 hours every day, for 7 day (1 week). He will likely not hit fatigue.
Guy B does not grind anything for 4 days, and grind 4 hours every day for the last 3 days in the week. Guy B hit fatigue.


It's weekly, I highly doubt he has fatigue with an 18 lancer. I'm willing to be he is under GF, like $100 even.
#6 Oct 08 2010 at 3:44 PM Rating: Good
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sylph19 wrote:
Khornette wrote:
No, you're just more likely to hit fatigue if you grind too much on one class on a relatively short time-frame. For example:

Guy A grind LNC for 2 hours every day, for 7 day (1 week). He will likely not hit fatigue.
Guy B does not grind anything for 4 days, and grind 4 hours every day for the last 3 days in the week. Guy B hit fatigue.


It's weekly, I highly doubt he has fatigue with an 18 lancer. I'm willing to be he is under GF, like $100 even.


It's weekly AND daily. I've noticed this, I've hit fatigue, goes to 2nd "bonus" level, rest for a day, goes back to find my "bonus" level goes down to 1st, grind a bit and it goes up again to 2nd "bonus" level. The weekly reset the fatigue bar, but the bar also slowly decreases when you don't grind that job as well.
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#7 Oct 08 2010 at 3:46 PM Rating: Default
Well I dont understand the fact that I did not play my LNC for 24 hours and I log in after the patch and my Bar is Auto Yellow I have not killed a mob done a leve nothing its just yellow ..
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#8 Oct 08 2010 at 3:56 PM Rating: Good
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That means you hit the fatigue last time before you logged off. Resting seems to only reduce the fatigue level of higher than 1 (there are several level of fatigue as you grind further while being fatigued, progressively penalising your SP gain), for instance my example. Resting doesn't make the fatigue level 1 go away sadly.
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#9 Oct 08 2010 at 5:25 PM Rating: Decent
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sylph19 wrote:
Khornette wrote:
No, you're just more likely to hit fatigue if you grind too much on one class on a relatively short time-frame. For example:

Guy A grind LNC for 2 hours every day, for 7 day (1 week). He will likely not hit fatigue.
Guy B does not grind anything for 4 days, and grind 4 hours every day for the last 3 days in the week. Guy B hit fatigue.


It's weekly, I highly doubt he has fatigue with an 18 lancer. I'm willing to be he is under GF, like $100 even.


GF is green, not yellow. Unless he can't tell between the two color?
#10hanibalz, Posted: Oct 08 2010 at 5:30 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) This game sux.
#11 Oct 08 2010 at 5:47 PM Rating: Default
hanibalz wrote:
This game sux.



Very insightful post here, I think you have answered and solved all my FFXIV problems I will ever have. Kudos to your wisdom and thank you for sharing it.
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