Final Fantasy XI’s newest login campaign offers players autumnal decoration

    
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Another month rolling in means another patch for Final Fantasy XI, but it also means a new set of login rewards available for the game’s login campaign. This time around, the big marquee prize is a nice Autumn Tree for your Mog House, perfect for your patio or just tucked into the corner of your room if you don’t care about the scale. It’s just the right thing to get you into the spirit of the season as the leaves change.

For those unfamiliar with the login campaigns, you get 100 points per daily login (500 for the first one) and then exchange those points to pick up various rewards, with up to 1000 carrying over from month to month. This month will also see the game’s seasonal Autumn Power-Up Campaign, so you’ll have plenty to do even after you’ve logged in to get your seasonal trees out and about. There are, of course, other things to get besides the trees, so you may want to check the full list just to catch up on what’s available.

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Nate Woodard

I really want to like XIV, but the global cool down on combat makes combat rather boring. I like everything else about the game though. I’m hoping they change it in the future.

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Louie

Are you at a lower level by chance? The GCD hurts in the early levels but as you get past the 30-40 range you get more and more moves to use in between the globals the combat gets a lot more engaging. Same thing with dungeon mechanics getting a lot more active at higher levels too.

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Nate Woodard

I’ll give it another go.

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Fouille

Louie is spot on give it time

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ChoJun

Clearly you played only early levels and yet reached nowhere close to at least Heavensword content so neither you like everything about it nor have hope for it to change, since you couldn’t bother to push trough the slog the 1-50 is, where SE had to put whole game world into their settings and introduce you every new area since most of them you revisit durring DLC story progress. ARR in general is terrible and it’s one of the slowest gameplay phases of the game i’ve ever played… so i completely understand the urge to drop it and don’t bother with it, but as literally everyone on the internet said “if you can push trough it, you’ll be rewarded”. The “endgame” or rather the higher levels +50-70 where the game becomes actually a bit complicated and at 80 where you finally have all passive role skills and combat abillities unlocked the GCD(global cool down) becomes the last of your problems and depending on a class people would prefer it even slower. I personally play BRD/MNK/DRG and i have so much to press that all my ctrl+shift+alt 1-6, QERTFVC buttons are binded and some more on mouse,i honestly don’t know how are you able to talk about games future when you only touched the first phase that’s 7? years old and not even reached the present.

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Barta Lemton

But this is talking bout Final Fantasy XI, not XIV…..

((THEY’RE BOTH MMOS))

Also at level 80 in XIV there are hundreds of buttons to press in each class, to the point you’re never not pressing something.