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On this page you'll see a listing of providers from which you can buy FFXIV Gil. This overview not only includes the Final Fantasy XIV Gil prices of every shop, but also a customer rating. Shops listed as trusted sellers have a proven track record and are usually safe to buy from.
Our FFXIV Gil list has been last updated on March 11, 2014. The next update is scheduled for March 12, 2014. As of March 11, 2014 the median price for 2mn FFXIV Gil is $40.5 . Currently there are 786 Final Fantasy XIV Gil prices in our database.
Like with previous Final Fantasy series, the currency used in Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is called gil. In the game, FFXIV gil is used to buy equipment such as weapons and armors as well as items and other accessories. Gil in Final Fantasy XIV can be used to purchase items from shops as well as from other players who have items up for sale. There are several ways to make gil from completing mini games, fighting and winning battles to selling items that are obtain or crafted. Some classes are more adept in making gil. Those classes are mainly from the Discipline of the Hands which include eight classes; carpenter, blacksmith, armorer, goldsmith, leatherworker, weaver, alchemist and culinarian.
The game economy works around the concept of demand and supply. The price of items would vary year round depending on the demand and supply of that certain item. FFXIV ARR makes selling items more friendly for gamers by the introduction of a retainer who continues to sell items for a certain player even after that player goes offline. Sales of in game currency is prohibited by the game developer.
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Submitted by Frank Lewis on 2013-09-11 20:42:01
Final Fantasy Guide to Gil Farming
Farming Gil can be done, efficiently in a few different fashions depending on which play style you prefer. However either way, it's about making the
most Gil in the shortest amount of time. The most effective way to make a lot of Gil is done at level 60, when you have access to the highest class
skills and can farm lower level areas, with ease. What we've devised is a system to implement farming techniques while leveling and then the serious
grind at level 50. Below is a list of ways to grind Gil, fast as you level up and then the end-game grind will follow. So if you're only interested
in the end-game grind, feel free to skip right to it.
Grinding Gil early on, is really rather difficult. Most methods employed (Crafting and Leve grinding) can't even be learned until you've completed
the “Level 10 Quest” for your Battle Class. Once you've gotten that out of the way, you'll be able to learn crafting and gathering classes. For
game-farming purposes it is advised to take at least one gathering class and either alchemy or culinary. As all of the products of these professions
are and will be greatly sought after by other players. Also, pay very close attention to quest rewards, if you're already relatively well geared,
take the monetary bonus instead of the gear, as low level gear is replaced rather quickly anyways. It is wise to try to not have to sell items to a
vendor, as they really don't help your coin purse any. You'll find that you feel more inclined to purchase items than to sell any. And any crafting
items that drop from monsters during your travels should make their way onto the Trading Post Boards, at a competitive rate, or 300% of their
“retail value”. This will gross much Gil, specially in the early age of the game, as everything is needed by someone!
The aforementioned is a great way to farm Gil up to level 30, though it can still be utilized as an additional method of farming there are some other
tricks available to you, once you've reached level 30+. Firstly, with crafting skills (Blacksmith, Armorer, Carpenter, etc.) you'll be able to
start crafting some seriously useful , some to be turned in as levequest hand ins and others to be sold on the Marketplace. In each Crafting Class
list will be a “a” which will signify a fruitful craft. If the Craft is highlighted in gold. Then it is something that will remain popular on the
market place! This will assist with choosing which Crafting Classes to level, depending on your end-game goals!