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#1 Mar 26 2015 at 12:22 AM Rating: Excellent
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PlayOnline wrote:

All aboard for the March version update! After you've boarded, take a seat next to the all-new Vagary battle content, empyrean armor reforging, or the various new functions added to /lockstyle!

The conductor is also pleased to offer a selection of other adjustments, such as Mog Garden affinities, new Wanted objectives, the addition of Superior 2 equipment, magic burst enhancements and other combat-related adjustments, job adjustments, and a variety of other additions and changes.

Read on for the full details.

http://www.playonline.com/ff11us/index.shtml

Edited, Mar 26th 2015 2:36am by Szabo
#2 Mar 26 2015 at 6:01 PM Rating: Decent
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There are now "capacity point% bonuses" attached to the first-time clear all of the reive RoE objectives, which I'm guessing are permanent boosts.

People looking to farm a bunch of job points and don't already have all of those cleared may wanna get right on that. >_>

The capacity ring (and numerous other exp rings) is now way stronger, too. I'm surprised they didn't do anything to buff the vocation ring, it actually is a lot weaker now despite having more limited availability >_>

Edited, Mar 26th 2015 8:03pm by Fynlar
#3 Mar 26 2015 at 6:23 PM Rating: Decent
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What does that even mean? "capacity point% bonuses?
#4 Mar 26 2015 at 9:07 PM Rating: Good
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It says that upon finishing the objective (all the ones related to reives; I didn't see the blurb on any other kind of objective) for the first time you will get a 1-3% capacity point bonus.

Since the objectives only give 1250 CP to begin with and 1-3% more of that would be nothing to write home about, I would assume that it's a 1-3% boost to CP gain from enemies that just applies to your character for good, for all jobs, after you have it cleared.

Edited, Mar 26th 2015 11:07pm by Fynlar
#5 Mar 27 2015 at 12:17 AM Rating: Good
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Just completed the ROE for Foret Reives twice and got no different in CP on the second completion, so I have to assume that it is like Fynlar says..
#6 Mar 27 2015 at 2:22 PM Rating: Good
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I am officially having too much fun designing outfits in lockstyle.

So far my favorite is:

Head: NIN AF
Body: BLM Emp
Hands: Seiryu's kote
Legs: Cobra subligar
Feet: Suzaku's Sune-Ate
Weapon: Caladbolg

I think I'll use it for RUN and DRK.

Edited, Mar 27th 2015 4:23pm by MouserRDM
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#7 Mar 27 2015 at 3:46 PM Rating: Good
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How do you mix and match with lockstyle?
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#8 Mar 27 2015 at 6:09 PM Rating: Good
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Olorinus, simply make a macro gear set under the Macro options. Once the set is made, there will be a button in that macro set's menu that will allow you to lockstyle to that gear set.

* The gear does not have to be in your inventory or your mog wardrobe for this to work. It can be in any box or bag.
* Items that are thrown away or put into the Porter Moogle will not be displayed.
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#9 Mar 27 2015 at 6:26 PM Rating: Decent
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Kuwoobie wrote:
Olorinus, simply make a macro gear set under the Macro options. Once the set is made, there will be a button in that macro set's menu that will allow you to lockstyle to that gear set.

* The gear does not have to be in your inventory or your mog wardrobe for this to work. It can be in any box or bag.
* Items that are thrown away or put into the Porter Moogle will not be displayed.


Oh dear lord... this fashion nightmare I've created is visible to other players.
#10 Mar 27 2015 at 8:10 PM Rating: Decent
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Oh dear lord... this fashion nightmare I've created is visible to other players.


Of course it is. Why wouldn't it be?

Personally, I never saw the point of using... various 3rd party means... to alter the appearance of your character, when it didn't even affect how others see you.
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Kuwoobie wrote:
Olorinus, simply make a macro gear set under the Macro options. Once the set is made, there will be a button in that macro set's menu that will allow you to lockstyle to that gear set.

* The gear does not have to be in your inventory or your mog wardrobe for this to work. It can be in any box or bag.
* Items that are thrown away or put into the Porter Moogle will not be displayed.


Thaaaaanks!
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