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#1 Jun 22 2013 at 1:30 AM Rating: Excellent
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I started off in Lisma, and it was pretty. Recently made a Ul'Dah character and I'm in love with the city already. The areas outside are amazing as well. Making me rethinking rolling an Archer as I want to stay in this city. I'll see how the 3rd city is tomorrow!

What is your favourite city so far then?

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#2 Jun 22 2013 at 2:38 AM Rating: Excellent
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Archer is at Gridania if i am not mistaken, at least thats where their guild is.

As for Uldah yea i liked it quite a lot to be honest. I start as a THM and the city is pretty awesome i agree. I don't like the desert like outside to be honest but not because it is not well made but just cause i don't like the desert all together.

Gridania was pretty awesome in that aspect and i liked that city a lot in phase 2 as well.

Limsa is the one i have the less time in. It does look great as well but for me now its pretty confusing.
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#3 Jun 22 2013 at 8:11 AM Rating: Good
Honestly, Limsa is now my least favourite, compliments of limited guild/class access.

Ul'dah has PUG, GLA, and THM as well as Goldsmith, Alchemy, Weaving and Mining. Gridania has Archer, Lancer and Conjurer as well as, Carpenter and Leatherworking.

Limsa get MRD only in Beta, Arcanist in release, and Blacksmith, Armorer and Culinarian... Two of three need you to travel to another city to even perform without buying all your mats....

Yea, rolling another job next time.
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#4 Jun 22 2013 at 9:14 AM Rating: Excellent
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Gotta admit before getting into the beta I was thinking Ul'dah would be at the bottom of the 3 for me. After doing up to the level 15 scenario quests and the cutscene for the airship and the sultana and seeing all the city. I think it's moved on top. Limsa gets the short end of the stick with class distribution but I love its music. Gridianias prolly at 3rd for changing the least >.> Though the girl that leads the vipers seems interesting. lol
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#5 Jun 22 2013 at 9:19 AM Rating: Decent
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After exploring all three cities and their surrounding areas, by far Limsa, then Grid, and finally Ul'dah. Limsa has some of the most awesome looking area's. Gridania is really pretty too. Ul'dah, is a desert... Dirt, and lots of dirt. I don't like dirt, but.... My home is Ul'dah.
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#6 Jun 22 2013 at 9:54 AM Rating: Good
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I've only been in Limsa and Gridania, but of the two, I like Gridania the best.
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#7 Jun 22 2013 at 10:10 AM Rating: Good
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I haven't seen Limsa yet (or the remaking of it rather), but I have to say I prefer Uldah over Gridania. The Shroud areas all look absolutely beautiful, but Gridania just looks... plain to me somehow.

Plus, Uldah's night music is absolutely gorgeous and the day (outside of the Superman motif at the start) is very close to the same chord progression as Windurst so it's doubly good in my opinion.
#8 Jun 22 2013 at 12:51 PM Rating: Good
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out of the 3 i played. I love Limsa. It feels like a nice tropical area :)
#9 Jun 22 2013 at 1:34 PM Rating: Good
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I really wanted to like Gridania because I love foresty areas. It is pretty but it feels claustrophobic. I found myself preferring Ul'dah over the other city states. It reminds me a little bit of Bastok (my favorite city in FFXI) and has some Rabao like areas near it. For some reason Thanalan gives me the most nostalgia too. There are these little music tracks that roll in from time to time inside and outside of the city that remind me a lot of the music from previous games. The area outside of the city is very open and the camps are interesting. The little tavern with the order taking quest is so cool. It was my favorite in 1.0 and it looks like it'll be my favorite in 2.0 too. Desert oasis areas like that give off a feeling of mystery and culture for me.

*It's nice to see a good spread of people's preference. Seems like this game has something for everybody.

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#10 Jun 22 2013 at 1:38 PM Rating: Decent
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I like Uldah as a city, I like Gridania though more for surrounding area. (reminds me of SarutaBaruta) have not been to the other one, nor do I recall the name.
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#11 Jun 22 2013 at 2:07 PM Rating: Excellent
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Ul'Dah feels like the spiritual successor of Bastok so I feel right at home there. Dust and dirt were my old friends in FF11 as I honed my Red Mage and Beastmaster.

I can hear the old Gustaburg music now.. /tear
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#12 Jun 22 2013 at 3:02 PM Rating: Good
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Dorgon wrote:
Ul'Dah feels like the spiritual successor of Bastok so I feel right at home there. Dust and dirt were my old friends in FF11 as I honed my Red Mage and Beastmaster.

I can hear the old Gustaburg music now.. /tear


I was born a Taru and raised a poor RDM in the big city of Windurst myself....but I promptly left that place because my god did it suck to get around....Bastokan Taru, and yes that is why I love Ul'Dah too, reminds me of home, before I was sucked into the void and deposited on this strange new world.

Honestly how I feel in general.



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#13 Jun 22 2013 at 4:44 PM Rating: Good
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I was uldah in 1.0, and gridania for beta; I want to leave LL untouched and roll arcanist to have that fresh ARR experience at launch. So far I like all the cities, but the uldah story and characters aren't as interesting to me as girdania. I also dig the ocean vibe in LL.
#14 Jun 23 2013 at 4:19 PM Rating: Decent
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I was a Bastokan in FFXI, so I naturally gravitated to Ul'dah in 1.0. I've tried Grid and LL the past two beta weekends and now I don't know where I want to start at launch. My highest class is MRD, but I'm not sure I want to start in LL. Grid and Ul'dah have classes and areas that I really like. It will possibly come down to a coin toss between those two.
#15 Jun 23 2013 at 4:25 PM Rating: Excellent
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Ul'Dah, because it looks like my city Las Vegas lol, and acts like it!
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#16 Jun 23 2013 at 4:30 PM Rating: Good
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Ul'Dah, because it looks like my city Las Vegas lol, and acts like it!


Haha nice observation. It totally is Las Vegas, I don't know why that didn't cross my mind before.
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#17 Jun 23 2013 at 4:35 PM Rating: Good
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Teravibe wrote:

As for Uldah yea i liked it quite a lot to be honest. I start as a THM and the city is pretty awesome i agree. I don't like the desert like outside to be honest but not because it is not well made but just cause i don't like the desert all together.


A Cactus that hates the Desert how sad Smiley: grin I personally have always liked Gridania but Uldah is so easy to get around. Limsa has always been pretty but I hate travelling around the place.

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Ul'Dah's music is simply goregous!
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#19 Jun 23 2013 at 7:05 PM Rating: Good
The scenery in Limsa is nice, but getting around still requires me opening up my map every 30 seconds. Ul'dah seemed ok for the short time I spent there, and Gridania was definitely nice and brought me back some Windurstian memories. So toss up between Limsa and Grid...and Grid probably wins simply cause I enjoy nature's them!
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I like Ul'dah the most, but of the surrounding area, Limsa's environment is my favorite.

And does anyone start hearing Kingdom Hearts 2 in some of the battle music?
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I started in Ul'dah and personally didn't care for the inner castle parts of the zone. The walls are tall, bland, and blocky. However the Outdoors areas are really well done. Gridania Seemed to have the best layout to me so far and the scenery is pleasant. I didn't spend much time in Limsa but I have a feeling it will be my favorite area. The Aethernet crystals are well placed there from what I've seen and the views are amazing.

I'm probably going to roll MAR just so it is my hometown and I can do the quests for it.

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DamienSScott wrote:
I didn't spend much time in Limsa but I have a feeling it will be my favorite area. The Aethernet crystals are well placed there from what I've seen and the views are amazing.

I'm probably going to roll MAR just so it is my hometown and I can do the quests for it.

Edited, Jun 23rd 2013 9:37pm by DamienSScott


This is my dilemma. My 1.0 char's highest class is 12 MRD. I want to start there for his class quests, but because I like Grid and Ul'dah so much I'm thinking of starting a new class elsewhere. Limsa does have some beautiful areas.

Decisions, decisions.
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I say start in your favorite city. You can blast through to 15 in a full day of playing no problem. Leveling MRD might be slower if they don't add in more quests to do outside of your starting area, but it still goes by pretty quick with Logs, FATEs and Levequests. Besides, you won't mind taking it slower on your favorite job. :D
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#24 Jun 24 2013 at 12:21 AM Rating: Good
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I like the changes to Uldah and the surrounding areas enough to start there. I only briefly visited Gridania and Limsa and while they were OK and better than 1.0, I felt more of a connection with Uldah.

I am hoping for a higher level hub like Jeuno to come around. I was hoping Ishgard was going to be that place, but who knows?
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I am hoping for a higher level hub like Jeuno to come around. I was hoping Ishgard was going to be that place, but who knows?


Me too. I have such fond memories of Jeuno.
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#26 Jun 24 2013 at 2:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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PyrielDD wrote:
Teravibe wrote:

As for Uldah yea i liked it quite a lot to be honest. I start as a THM and the city is pretty awesome i agree. I don't like the desert like outside to be honest but not because it is not well made but just cause i don't like the desert all together.


A Cactus that hates the Desert how sad Smiley: grin I personally have always liked Gridania but Uldah is so easy to get around. Limsa has always been pretty but I hate travelling around the place.

Edited, Jun 23rd 2013 6:35pm by PyrielDD



Haha tell me about it. I even got to kill a few of my kind! Smiley: cry

But yea i don't like the desert >_< it is well made to be honest and i enjoyed the place where you get into the caves with water i believe it was either in Western Thalaran or central Thalaran not sure.
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#27 Jun 24 2013 at 2:45 AM Rating: Good
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Ul'dah. It definitely is the 'Bastok' of XIV. I've lived in NYC my entire life so I've always felt more at home in the gritty/metropolis type locations.
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I can find things I like about all of them to be honest. They really put a lot of character in them as well as the surrounding camps.
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#29 Jun 24 2013 at 6:25 PM Rating: Good
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I've only experienced Ul'dah, thus far. I wanted to start in Limsa, but my heart sank when I found I would have to start Ul'dah if I wanted to be a Pugilist. I don't dislike Ul'dah. It does remind me of Bastok, which was my home in FFXI, but I had my heart set on Limsa, and I didn't want to have to choose Marauder to start there. I plan on making Limsa my home despite starting in Ul'dah. I'm going to be taking up Fishing anyway like I did in FFXI, and I'm a Sea Wolf. I just feel like I belong there.
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I absolutely hated everything about Windurst. So upon selecting ARC and starting in Gridania I was pretty concerned. But thanks to the Aethernet, the best town music (of course my opinion) and Tarus not being all over the place I like it. The outdoor area is cool. Music is pretty good too.

In 1.0 I loved Limsa but not so much now. I got lost repeatedly and the music was **** (to the point I muted the game music and just played THIS). Beautiful outdoor area. I can't remember the music in this area as I think I might have had the Bastok theme going.

Ul'Dah is cool. Easiest layout of the 3 I believe. The music was decent. Surrounding area reminds me of my beloved Gustaberg and the music there is solid. Seemed to have a lot of Taru NPCs - minus points.

Overall I'll give it to Gridania.
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#31 Jun 26 2013 at 9:23 AM Rating: Good
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Ul'Dah is easily my favorite! It does have that Bastok feel which was my favorite in FFXI and I think it has the best music of the three. The only downside is that I can't play my LNC there. Gridania is my least favorite but is the host city for the main class I want to play. The music sounds like I'm in the Shire...this is Eorzea- not middle earth and the NPCs are as annoying and elitist as the were in San Doria. Limsa would be a great starting place if there were more class choices though I think it's the most aesthetically pleasing.
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Windurst > Gridania

Windurst had the awesome music, and the personality and culture of the Tarus was very charming. I also just prefer the layout of Windurst.
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Ul'Dah feels like Rabanastre to me.
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It does. In fact, I see a lot of XII influence on ARR. Which is a good thing because XII's world ruled.
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I'm a sucker for forest and snow/winter towns in my RPGs. Gridania did not disappoint. Now I don't play a lot of MMOs being mostly a console gamer, but why do they seem to never have snow/winter themed starting cities?
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I'm a sucker for forest and snow/winter towns in my RPGs. Gridania did not disappoint. Now I don't play a lot of MMOs being mostly a console gamer, but why do they seem to never have snow/winter themed starting cities?


Wasn't the Dwarf starting city for WoW in snow? Well not really a city, more of a camp, but you started there.
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BubbleGumCrisis wrote:
I'm a sucker for forest and snow/winter towns in my RPGs. Gridania did not disappoint. Now I don't play a lot of MMOs being mostly a console gamer, but why do they seem to never have snow/winter themed starting cities?


I would love it if this game had a snow town to start in. For some reason in RPGs snow areas are found further in the game at higher levels. It's an overused paradigm that would be very refreshing to make it a starting point for once.
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Wint wrote:
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I'm a sucker for forest and snow/winter towns in my RPGs. Gridania did not disappoint. Now I don't play a lot of MMOs being mostly a console gamer, but why do they seem to never have snow/winter themed starting cities?


Wasn't the Dwarf starting city for WoW in snow? Well not really a city, more of a camp, but you started there.


Yea you are right it is in a snowy area I believe so. I also remember that when I was doing the "For the Horde" achievement and we were running towards the dwarf main city we passed a lot of snow.

Also lineage 2 dwarfs main city was in snow.
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Teravibe wrote:
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I'm a sucker for forest and snow/winter towns in my RPGs. Gridania did not disappoint. Now I don't play a lot of MMOs being mostly a console gamer, but why do they seem to never have snow/winter themed starting cities?


Wasn't the Dwarf starting city for WoW in snow? Well not really a city, more of a camp, but you started there.


Yea you are right it is in a snowy area I believe so. I also remember that when I was doing the "For the Horde" achievement and we were running towards the dwarf main city we passed a lot of snow.

Also lineage 2 dwarfs main city was in snow.


In Guild Wars 2, the starting area for the norn is snowy, too (and actually my favourite of the five). So it's not unheard of, but still pretty rare; I'd love to see more games giving up on the snow = higher levels thing, too.
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But snow is hard yo and our cat people no longer has furs. We can't be havin frostbitten kitten jubblies now can we?!
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I think one of the starter areas in LotRO was in snow as well.
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Gridania has always been my favorite city in XIV. I've always liked areas surrounded in green, so it's only natural that I love Gridania.
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I absolutely hated everything about Windurst. So upon selecting ARC and starting in Gridania I was pretty concerned. But thanks to the Aethernet, the best town music (of course my opinion) and Tarus not being all over the place I like it. The outdoor area is cool. Music is pretty good too.

In 1.0 I loved Limsa but not so much now. I got lost repeatedly and the music was **** (to the point I muted the game music and just played THIS). Beautiful outdoor area. I can't remember the music in this area as I think I might have had the Bastok theme going.

Ul'Dah is cool. Easiest layout of the 3 I believe. The music was decent. Surrounding area reminds me of my beloved Gustaberg and the music there is solid. Seemed to have a lot of Taru NPCs - minus points.

Overall I'll give it to Gridania.


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I'm a sucker for forest and snow/winter towns in my RPGs. Gridania did not disappoint. Now I don't play a lot of MMOs being mostly a console gamer, but why do they seem to never have snow/winter themed starting cities?


Wasn't the Dwarf starting city for WoW in snow? Well not really a city, more of a camp, but you started there.


Correct the Dwarves, and Gnomes begin in the Snowy mountains of Dun Mouroh (sp.) Ironforge lies at the heart, and the lost city of Gnomergon (sp.) lies to the West.
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#45 Jun 28 2013 at 3:22 PM Rating: Good
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I made my 3rd beta character today and started him in Limsa; I completed the main story line in Gridania and Ul'dah already. I think LL is my favorite so far, but it's a tough choice. Limsa wins for me because I love the scenery around the city, and I think the vistas from inside the city are stunning. I also enjoy the ocean vibe and the colorful piratey characters. I'm not a huge fan of the city layout though; it's the only aspect of the city that I actually dislike.
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After this weekend, I've finally been to all three cities, and I have to say my initial impressions of Ul'Dah being my favourite were spot on. There's just something about the city and the desert surrounds that I really love (and, yeah, it does remind me of FFXII a bit, which doesn't hurt).

That said, I also really liked the surrounding areas in Limsa Lominsa, which I'm happy about, considering I'm planning to start as an Arcanist and will probably be there for a while.
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Limsa-Gridania-Uldah in order of favorite to least
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#49 Jul 01 2013 at 9:35 AM Rating: Good
Gridania with Ul'dah second. All the cities are so alive now. They were so barren in 1.0.
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Ul'dah but Gridania is closing in fast. I love Gridania's little touches like the amphitheatre.
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I started in Gridania and am partial to the woodsiness of it and its surroundings. It's hard not to like the others though either.
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