Final Fantasy XI Gil Price History
Our FFXI Gil list has been last updated on July 2, 2015. The next update is scheduled for July 6, 2015. As of July 5, 2015 the median price for 50mn FFXI Gil is $0 . Currently there are 0 Final Fantasy XI Gil prices in our database.
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About FFXI Gil
Final Fantasy XI is the eleventh installment of the Final Fantasy series developed by Square Enix. The game was released in Japan in 2002 and has since then had five expansion packs, in addition to that, six add-on scenarios. It became the most dominant MMO game in Japan in 2006 with a maximum of 300,000 players online per day. Players create an avatar that can team up or compete with each other while trying to attain an objective in the fictional world of Vana'diel. There are also a number of quests that players can choose to take on taking them thru the different levels of the game until they have finished the entire plot.
FFXI Gil is the name of the currency used in Final Fantasy XI (FFXI). FFXI Gil can be used to buy weapons, spells, food, armor, items and accessories at stores and vendors. Players earn gil by fighting and defeating battles, winning minigames, finding treasure chests in dungeons and trading items for money. There are more effective ways to help gain money such as farming, gardening, mining, fishing, smithing, goldsmithing, culinary, leathercraft, and alchemy.
The in game economy revolves very much around trade. Players buy items through auction houses and the value of Final Fantasy XI Gil vary due to inflation and competition among item sellers. PlayOnline prohibits the sales of in game currency, items and characters for real money. Players and gold farmers involved in such trade often get their accounts banned but it does not stop the RMT in the net.
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Final Fantasy XI’s annual number-guessing lottery game is one of the easiest ways to become ultra rich in the mmorpg. And for its fifth year running, the FFXI Mog Bonanza 2012 distributed an eye-popping prize pot of 5,337,720,000 Gil, creating hundreds of Gil multi-millionaires.
For two whole months starting February, players were able to purchase marbles and participate in the lottery. Each marble allows am FFXI player to join one of six Rank prizes.
The highest Rank 1 offers the largest Gil prize but is also the hardest to win because a player needs to guess all the five digits that will be drawn at random. Lower ranks become progressively easier to guess, with Rank 2 requiring only four digits matching, Rank 3 requiring only three digits matching, all the way down to Rank 5 which requires only the last digit matching (effectively a 1 in 10 shot of winning). The final Rank 6 does not require any digit matching, making it effectively a guaranteed win.
Only Ranks 1, 2 and 3 award Gil prizes though. Ranks 4, 5, and 6 give out a variety of kupons and items.
This more than 5 billion Gil was handed out as follows:
- 23 Rank 1 Prize winners – 116,037,392 Gil each
- 293 Rank 2 Prize winners – 4,190,000 Gil each
- 2,739 Rank 3 Prize winners – 526,172 Gil each
FFXI Gil prizes for each rank were determined through a percentage system: 50% of all the marble proceeds will be distributed as cash prize for Rank 1, 23% for Rank 2, and 27% for Rank 3. Winners are notified through a system message, or by speaking with a Bonanza moogle stationed in Port San d’Oria, Port Bastok, Port Windurst or Chocobo Circuit.
Forgoing Gil for Mythics
Most higher rank winners though may have chosen to redeem one of the Mythic item prizes instead of taking the equivalent Gil prize. This is because of the rarity and extremely difficult method for earning the Mythic items, which can go for multiple times the amount of the Gil prize a player would have taken, some even possibly reach half a billion Gil.
But some beginners have expressed that the Gil is a more attractive prize option, and can be spent on power leveling crafts such as cooking and woodworking.
Because of its spectacular rate of returns – imagine only investing 2,000 Gil on a single marble and scoring a lucky Rank 1 win of 100 million Gil – the Mog Bonanza event has become a popular money sink. But not everyone comes away a happy camper. Some have lost thousands of Gil without even winning back some of their currency, with only measly Mog Missiles to show for their investment.