Monday, November 17, 2014

Day #556 Recap

Current Game(s): Final Fantasy X-2, Final Fantasy XI

Current Play Time(Final Fantasy X-2): ~138:00
Current Play Time(Final Fantasy XI): ~145:00
Total Play Time - 1,311:34 (+)

Current Game Overs(FF X-2) - 10
Current Deaths(FF XI) - 51
Total Game Overs: 72

Where I Currently Am(FF X-2):  Chapter 5... in NG+! (100% Complete, Bestiary *100*% Complete)

Where I Currently Am(FF XI): Windurst Mission 6-2! Of course... gonna need to do some levelling...(Current Levels RDM 78/DNC 39(50)... BLM 50... THF 30)

Stuff Did Today (FF X-2): None

Stuff Did Today (FF XI): Back in the Oubilette, murdering some hounds and haunts... made it up to RDM 78, not too shabby

Status & Notes: 

Not a whole lot to talk about here... just another levelling day... actually made some decent progress. One thing I don't understand... alot of posts I've read when talking about levelling via trust in XI say that they should go kill Bloodsuckers at some point. I really don't understand how that could be more efficient than killing Hounds and Haunts...

Let me explain. You have to kill 9 Bloodsuckers to get the Ground Valor reward... this is really your main source of EXP in doing this. You only have to kill 5 hounds and 1 haunt for a total of 6 kills. The kills for hounds are quicker than killing the bloodsuckers. (Haunts are really about the same). Hound kills are also just alot easier than bloodsucker kills. Sure there are MORE bloodsuckers... and they tend to group more, but really if you're the only one camping Hounds/Haunts, there's really enough that you're not going to have downtime... okay I've had a *slight* amount of downtime once or twice, but honestly it is negligible... also, the Garms really give about as much XP/kill as a bloodsucker... so you're not getting any more XP from going this way... I really don't get it...

I mean unless you have some method of AoE or something maybe... anyway, today we're definitely going to hit Level 80... hopefully we'll also get started on the Chapter 5 stuff in X-2... you know... digging and what not.

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