MMO / WOW Cheats Bots News – Tault -

Aion, World of Warcraft, Warhammer, and MMO: Cheats, Bots, Guides, and Hacks

wow cheats

FFXIV Guides.

FFXIV Bot – Final Fantasy XIV Bot for Leveling, Hunting, Farming

Tired of the grind? Tired of endless hours and hours of hunting the same mobs over and over until your fingers hurt?

Well look no further. Introducing the worlds first ffxiv bot from MMOViper Bots. This is a all in one hunting, leveling, farming bot for final fantasy 14. It will hunt, patrol, search and destroy all in the area that you define. Make your patrol large, or make it small. You decide where to hunt, and what to kill. This makes it really nice for those zones that have super high level mobs intermixed with the ones your level. This is what separates the ffxiv bot at mmoviper from all of the other ffxiv bots that they may invent in the future. Customization. That is the key.

FFXIV BotsAlso, you can specify what spells to use, when to use them, and how often. Play your class like it was intended, rather than just randomly spamming keys that I have seen in other bots for other games. Need to heal at 50% life, not a problem with this final fantasy xiv bot. What about using all of those fancy spells that require TP? Also included.

It will hunt and fight until it dies. And then guess what happens? It will rez itself, and go back into the fray! That is right, it will rez, wait for the death effects to wear off, and then go right back to hunting.

Finally, there is player detection included in the ff14 bot. If somebody is following you around too long, or hunting in the same area as you are, it will avoid them. And if they keep doing it, it will log out. All customizable of course, if you are hunting in a known highly populated area, you can easily turn off these features and the ffxi bot will happily just keep botting away.

With something like this, you can make literally thousands of gil while you sleep. Level faster, Make money, all while you sleep.ffxiv radar ffxiv bot
As an added bonus, there is a full functional radar included. While this is nice, the real benefits are from being able to find harvesting nodes at a glance, rather than having to keep spamming the find node spell in game. You can see the nodes on screen with the radar running.

So let me recap.

Hunting Bot
Farming Bot
Custom Spells
Custom Patrols
Custom Mobs
Rez Option
Player Detection
Radar

The list goes on and on, but why do I need to keep talking about it? Why not just go visit them and check it out for yourself.

Clicky >>> FFXIV BOT<<< Clicky

Final Fantasy 14 Gil Guide

Final Fantasy 14 Gil GuideHow do i make a ton of ff14 in game gil?
So i know ffxiv is a new game and i have been enjoying the game a ton. Well now i need a good gil guide to help me get all the gil i need. My biggest problem is there is not enough guides for the game just yet and there are so many options to make gil. What are the best ones out there? Do you have suggestions where i should go for gil? Thanks for the reply i want to stop farming gil so i can start enjoying the major in game quests.

Answer
Well here are the best ways you are going to make gil in final fantasy 14 with the least amount of effort possible.

1 – Questing – The game has a ton of in game quests you can do for gil. Best of all a lot of them you can do over and over again. This is great because it will not only give you extra gil, but help you level up as well in the game.

2 – Farming…. Yes i know you might now want to do this but if you find a good drop of a mob that has something a ton of players need to craft then its a surefire way to make some easy cash and help you maybe get some items you need for crafting as well.

3 – Fishing – Fishing is one of the best ways to get gil in the game. It takes some time at first but when you get your skills up there its pretty much one of the easiest ways to make gil in the game. Create an easy bot and its even easier.

Crafting – There is a ton of gil to be made from final fantasy 14 crafting. The reason being is people spend all day finding items they need and if you work your crafting skill up there people will give you gil for being their personal crafter.

Those are the top ways to make gil easily in the game. If you are after ways to make gil that might not be as legit well then be sure to check out taultunleashed as they have tons of in game gil cheats, hacks, and bots to make you able to horde a ton of gil by doing little to no work.

FF14 Minimum / Recommended Requirements – Benchmarked Guide


Maybe you haven’t heard of the new mmo called final fantasy 14 well its going to be pretty much a major successor to the old game ff11. Well the big question most gamers have is if they can play it. Yes there is a minimum requirements of : Windows XP/Vista/7, Intel Core 2 Duo 2GHz or AMD Athlon X2 2GHz, 2GB of RAM, 15GB HDD space, NVIDIA GeForce 9600 512MB or ATI Radeon HD 2900 512MB and DirectX 9. However the problem many gamers have is minimun alot of companies will make lower than they should be just to help boost sales for thier game.

When it comes to the recommended requirements sometimes those could be considered the minimum requirements for final fantasy xiv because if you cant play the game smoothly then you are probably going to not have very much fun in choppy areas in the game. So if you want the recommended requirements which are considered by many to be the minimum requirements then you need. Operating System Windows 7 32-bit / 64-bit * Processor Intel® Core™ i7 (2.66 GHz) or faster Memory 4 GB or more Storage Install: 15 GB or more Download: 6 GB or more Video NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 with 768 MB VRAM or equivalent Sound DirectSound® compatible sound card (DirectX® 9.0c or higher) Internet Broadband Internet connection Resolution 1280 x 720 or higher; 32-bit DirectX® DirectX® 9.0c Controls Mouse, Keyboard, Gamepad.

Now lets go into a little benchmark with someone thats around the recommended requirements and what the game play looks for them. The computer being used is going to be a Quad core 2.9ghz GTS 250 4GB ram 860mhz 1TB HDD 32-bit O/S. The game was recorded with fraps and they where going for a 40 frames per second. This seemed pretty fluid for game play you can see it does still have a few hiccups here and there but that is minimal and its going off of a in game video and not a pre rendered video so thats pretty damn good for showing the game in action.

Well we hope that gives you a good insight to ffxiv minimum and recommended requirements and also what the frames per second you are looking at with a computer around the minimum requirements.

FF14 Begginers Quest Guide


Here is a video of a quest from final fantasy 14 and how you interact with one. You can see you first select from a list of different available quests and you look at the quests requirements and rewards. From there you select the quest and then decide what level of difficulty you want to do because you can select different challenges and include more party members to help you. The quests are also rated in a star form from hardest to easiest.

When you accept the quest then a quick little action is performed and the quests icon is shown on your character. When you are ready for the quest to being you travel to the select area for the quest. Then y u begin doing the quests requirement such as the one shown in the video has you killing multiple mobs. Each time you kill one you get a quick update on completing that part of your quest, but it may differ based on what quest you are participating in completing in the game.

When you have actually completed the quest you will get a little rift or status beacon shown. You then can interact with it. You just have to click on it and then select the quest panel that is shown in the upper right hand side of the selected object. From there the quest log will pop up and you can not only have the quest completed but you get instantly all the perks that are associated with completing the ffxiv quest. Best of all unlike other games you can now get all your rewards right away because you will be given a way to teleport to a variety of different areas in the game. This is one of the best parts of the new questing system because its much more streamlined than before. In the old final fantasy 11 you would have to run all the back to complete the quest but now you can avoid

Anyways thats a quick little beginners questing guide to final fantasy 14. Enjoy.

Final Fantasy 14 Beginners Leveling Guide

Final Fantasy Beginners Leveling GuideFinal Fantasy 14 Beginners Leveling Guide

FFXIV is in beta right now but in just a few months you’ll get to play the game if you still haven’t been able to. The games official release is going to 9/22 for collectors edition, and on 9/30 if you are getting the basic regular version. The game is very much similar to FFXI, but they have added in a ton of new features to make it even better. Some of the major ones are transportation, easy group finding, more crafting abilities, improved graphics, and best of all a revamping for solo game play.

FFXIV Armoury System

Final fantasy 14 has the ability much like final fantasy 11 that you can switch your jobs, but now you can by simply changing the gear you are wearing. So you can be one second a pugilist then become a thaumaturge and turn into a monster. Or maybe you are bored of fighting and you become a leather worker by just changing your armor. This allows players to stick with only one account and enjoy every class in the game with ease. Something few mmos can say you can do with them.

FFXIV Disciplines

Disciples are basically the classes of final fantasy xiv you can pick between 4 different disciples. war, magic, land, and hand. Each one of these then is broken up into categories. With war you use weapons, so its mainly melee and ranged damage with different weapons in the game. Picking magic of course lets you cast a ton of different in game spells, many you will remember from FFXI and other final fantasy games in the past. With land its considered herbalism and harvesting my many means. You do mining, fishing, ect ect. Finally hand is going to be the equivalent of crafting, but you can do so much more than you could do in previous games. Weaving, cooking, leather working, alchemy, and more.

FFXIV Races

The races are pretty much the same as FFXI. The world is called eorzea and you multiple races to choose from. Miqo’te (mithra), elezen (elvaan), lalafell (taru-taru), roegadyn (galka), and hyur (Hume). Then once you pick your race you can pick which clan you want to join. They are rivals but many look at them in terms of good and evil.

FFXIV Guildleves

If you want to do a quest in the game then you will select a guildleves. They are split into 3 categories valor, constance, and diligence. You select your guildleves then go out and do a quest thats related to the one you pick. It reminds me a lot of borderlands bounty boards. Its pretty easy to use.

FFXIV Solo Gameplay and Graphics

The solo play is one of the biggest things to be done. With ffxi you had the problem of being forced to quest with friends and if you had none on, or played at odd times then you where stuck with a boring game. This time around they have opened it up more to players that want to play alone. This is a giant plus for many gamers out there that arent very big on the games that force them to party with people. You can still party though for major quests in the game and other ones. Also the graphics seem to be the best for any MMO to date which is great.

WEll hope you enjoyed this final fantasy xiv beginners leveling guide

FFXIV Alpha Manual Leaked

FFXIV Alpha Manual LeakedThe FFXIV manual has been leaked by alpha player who has his own blog called ffxivjourney. Well this little blog has so much information people are going to love it. On top of that they give you an awesome Q and A at the very end of the manual for questions players might have. Well anyways enjoy.

FINAL FANTASY XIV Alpha Test Manual

FINAL FANTASY XIV is a cross-nation, cross-platform massively multi-player online role-playing game (MMORPG) that brings together people from all across the world to compete, cooperate, and communicate within the virtual fantasy realm known as Eorzea. While solo adventuring is always an option, most will agree that joining forces with their fellow gamers not only makes the game that much easier, but that much more fun as well!

* The Alpha/Beta versions contain only a fraction of what is planned in the full version. This includes playable races and clans, character customization options, selectable classes, and available areas, to name a few.

1. After logging in, select “New” from the Character Selection screen.

2. Select your character’s race, clan, and gender.
3. Choose a preset appearance for your character.
4. Customize various aspects of your character’s appearance via the available menus.
5. Select your character’s starting class*.
6. Select your character’s nameday (birthday) and guardian (patron deity).
7. Input your character’s first and last name.
8. Select the city-state in which you wish to begin your adventure.
9. Finally, select “Enter” to create your character and begin the game.

* Classes

In FINAL FANTASY XIV, a player’s class is determined by the arm or tool in his/her hand. The class chosen during character creation simply determines the items a player begins the game with. Players can change their class at any time by simply equipping different items they purchase, find, or create.

- Note

In the Alpha Version, a character’s race, clan, gender, nameday, and guardian do not affect his/her attributes.
At the onset of the game, you will find yourself on a boat, though at this point your character is already within what is called an instanced area, meaning it will not be occupied by any other players.

* Instanced areas, or instances, are areas in which only players directly related to or involved in what happens within may enter. The initial stages of gameplay in the Alpha Test will take place in instanced areas which only single players may occupy.
Instances will only be used for special events, such as the game’s opening sequence. For the most part, gameplay will take place within public areas occupied by any of a number of players.

As you progress through the opening event, the ship will eventually make port. After arriving, speak to the NPC Hob, who will be located directly ahead of you. At certain points in the game, Hob will present you with a list of options in accordance with your progress. For now, select the option presented to continue through the current event.

After speaking with NPC Hob and proceeding to the location to which you have been directed, there will be another NPC named Baderon who will present you with another set of options. After speaking to Baderon, you will automatically be transported from to a public area.

In public areas you will come across many other players. As fellow adventurers, it is up to you to make the most of your time in Eorzea together!

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

1. Display Name

The color of a display name reveals important information.

White – Other PCs
Blue – Party members
Green – NPCs
Yellow – Enemies

Red – Engaged enemies

* Semi-Transparent Display Names

When the display name of a PC is semi-transparent, it indicates that player is currently in a different area than you. These PCs are still displayed on-screen to help contribute to the seamless transitioning between areas. However, players should note that party invites cannot be extended across areas.

2. Minimap
The minimap displays the immediate vicinity around you, the direction you are facing, the direction the camera is facing, and the position of various NPCs.

3. Log
This display contains all of the various logs used to display text within the game, such as the system log, combat log, and chat log. Players may input text by selecting the chat prompt area.

4. Unit Frame
The unit frame displays various aspects of your character’s status, such as HP, MP, and TP.

5. Connection Status

1. Action Bar

This bar displays the various commands available for use in relation to the PC or NPC you are currently targeting.

2. Action Gauge

This gauge tells how much time is left before the next action may be executed. Though there are a few exceptions, for the most part all attacks, abilities, weapon skills, and spells require that the action gauge be full.

For certain classes, a secondary action gauge will appear when a shield is equipped in the off hand. All shield-related commands will make use of this gauge.

The action gauges of the main hand and off hand are entirely independent of one another. Should a character have a shield equipped in their off hand, two action gauges will be displayed simultaneously.

3. Effect Gauge

The effect gauge comes to life once the action gauge has completely filled. When a command is executed, the state of the effect gauge will determine certain bonuses to factors such as accuracy, power, or potency. These bonuses apply to all actions, both physical and magical.

- Other
- Passive Mode and Active Mode

“Passive Mode” is the designation given to the state in which a player’s arm or tool is not drawn. In this mode, hit points regenerate automatically.

“Active Mode” refers to the state in which a player’s arm or tool is drawn. In this mode, various battle commands are available, but movement speed is reduced in comparison to passive mode.

- Arms and Tools

There are a vast array of arms and tools in FINAL FANTASY XIV which allow players to assume the role of any of a number of classes. However, the following conditions should be kept in mind when changing equipment.

Equipping Arms – Players must be in passive mode and not engaged with an enemy.
Equipping Tools – Players must be in passive mode.

During the Alpha Test phase, there will be a total of nine types of arms and tools available (swords, hand-to-hand weapons, axes, polearms, bows, conjurer arms, thaumaturge arms, hammers, and pickaxes). Players can change their class simply by virtue of changing the arm or tool they have equipped in their hand.

The Flow of Battle

1. Ready an arm or tool, changing from passive mode to active mode.
2. Target an enemy.
3. Select a command from the action bar, and make use of the action and effect gauges to execute it effectively.
4. Strategize with other party members, deciding upon an appropriate Battle Regimen*.
5. Gain victory in battle to be rewarded with experience and skill points.
6. Obtain and distribute any loot dropped by the enemy.

* Battle Regimen

Battle Regimens are combat tactics which party members may employ against a single enemy. By coordinating and executing battle commands in a precise order, players may cause certain additional beneficial effects to occur.

A Battle Regimen begins with the stacking of battle commands. All party members who wish to take part in the Battle Regimen must stack their actions in the correct order against the desired target. One of the members then initiates the Battle Regimen, and the stacked actions will be executed automatically.

Step 1: Consult with other party members to determine the best Battle Regimen to use against a specific target. The battle commands and the order in which they are to be executed should all be decided.

Step 2: Wait until your position in the queue comes around to switch to Battle Regimen mode and select the battle command you wish to stack.

Step 3: After all participating party members have stacked their battle commands, one of the party members selects to initiate the Battle Regimen.

Step 4: Once the Battle Regimen is initiated, the stacked battle commands will all be executed automatically, chaining together to create additional effects.

Please note that factors such as distance from the enemy may prevent stacked battle commands from being executed once the Battle Regimen is initiated. In these cases, the Battle Regimen will not end, but will instead proceed on to the next command in the queue.

Enemy Toughness

An enemy’s degree of difficulty is represented by the color of the circle located in the extreme left portion of the unit frame. This display takes into account whether the player is solo or a member of a party.

Red – Incredibly Tough

Orange – Very Tough
Yellow – Tough
Green – Decent Challenge

Blue – Easy Prey

Physical Levels and Skill Ranks

In FINAL FANTASY XIV, a character’s progress is measured in two ways. Physical levels represent one’s actual physical development, while skill ranks measure how adept one is with various arms and tools.

- Physical Levels

Characters gain physical levels by accumulating a certain amount of experience points.

(During the Alpha Test phase, experience points will be obtainable only by achieving victory in battle.)

- Skill Ranks

Skill ranks are gained by accumulating skill points from various endeavors, such as combat or crafting. As a character’s skill rank increases, they will learn new actions, such as abilities and weapon skills.

* Physical level and skill rank caps will be set at 20 for the Alpha Test Phase.

Setting Actions for Use

Actions that have been acquired by a character can be set to the action bar for use. During the Alpha Test phase, the maximum number of actions available at any given time will be limited to 20.

Barring a few class-specific exceptions, actions will be available for use even when using a class different from the one on which the action learned. However, the power and efficacy of each action is determined by its affinity with the character’s active skill.

The Spoils of War

Any items received after a battle will be placed in a player’s loot list. During party play, items are distributed randomly to the lists of each member.

After a certain period of time, items on a loot list will be automatically moved to a player’s inventory. Should the player’s inventory be full, the items will be lost.

Items on a loot list are not considered in a player’s possession until they are added to his/her inventory. Until then, any items, including those which are rare (untradeable) and unique (players can possess no more than one), can be transferred to another party member’s list.

* Items received while mining/quarrying will also be added to the loot list before being moved to a player’s inventory.

If a character’s HP is reduced to 0, he/she will be “knocked out” and no longer able to move or act. A character can be revived by selecting “Return” from the main menu and choosing a destination from the listed aetheryte camps or aetherial gates.

* If a character is KO’d while participating in a levequest, he/she will be teleported back to the corresponding aetheryte.
* For the duration of the Alpha Test, characters KO’d will receive a weakness penalty which will not only lower total HP, but also reduce the speed with which their action gauge fills, as well as increase the length of casting times. This penalty will last five minutes before wearing off.

Rifts along the surface of Hydaelyn can cause “leaks” from which the planet’s lifeblood, aether, can escape. By harnessing the power from concentrated deposits known as “aetheryte,” the residents of Eorzea have seen a marked improvement in everyday life. Below is a list of the three most common types of aetheryte, and their benefits.

Aetheryte Crystals

Located in towns and camps, these giant crystalline objects are most often used as the starting places of levequests, due to their accessibility.

Upon approaching an aetheryte crystal, an Aetheryte option will appear. Selecting this will automatically do four things:

1. Restore all HP and MP.
2. Set the aetheryte as your home point (to where you will return when warping).
3. Register the location to your teleport list (first visit only), thereby allowing you to teleport to that aetheryte whenever you choose.

4. Give you the option to begin any levequests in your possession originating from that location.

Aetherial Gates

Aetherial gates are permanent discharges of aether located in various places around Eorzea. While not as concentrated as aetheryte crystals, the gates can still be used to instantly restore HP and MP, and set your home point.

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 

Aetherial Nodes

Aetherial nodes are temporary phenomena which usually appear only after completing a levequest. They can be used to teleport instantly back to the aetheryte crystal at which a player began that quest. Only players who took part in the levequest can access the nodes, which will fade if not used promptly.

 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 

Players can return to their previously set home points at any time by selecting the Return option from the main menu. However, if a player is participating in a levequest, selecting this option at that time will result in teleportation back to the aetheryte crystal or aetherial gate used to activate the quest. The Return command can also be used while KO’d to revive your character.

By selecting Teleport from the main menu, a player can teleport their entire party to any aetheryte crystal location they have already visited. When one party member uses the Teleport option, a confirmation button will be sent to all other members, allowing them to decide whether or not they also wish to be teleported.

*Please note, both the Return and Teleport options can only be used when in passive mode.

To log out of FINAL FANTASY XIV and exit the game, select Logout from the main menu. The logout process requires 30 seconds to complete and can be cancelled at any time by inputting another command.

*Please note, players cannot log out while in active mode.

1. Region: The name of the region currently being displayed.
2. Area: The name of the area currently being displayed within the above-mentioned region.

3. Camp: The name of the aetheryte camp presiding over the current area.

4. Aetheryte camp location.

5. Player’s current position and directional bearing.

6. Aetherial gate location.

7. Map Menu Button: Select Change Map to view other acquired maps.Players can keep track of the quests they have accepted by viewing the Journal found in the main menu. Clicking on the header will bring up the following options: Levequests (Regional and Local) and Quests (Class Quests). Select the corresponding category to view all related journal entries.

* Please observe general online manners and etiquette when communicating with others.

Chat Modes

[Say]

Any message input in the say chat mode can be seen by any and all players in the immediate vicinity. It is the default chat mode, and messages displayed in this manner will appear in white. This chat mode is activated by prefacing a message with either /say or simply /s. In addition, the active chat mode may be set to say mode by entering the command /say without a message following.

[Party]

Any message input in the party chat mode can be seen by any and all party members. Messages displayed in this manner appear in blue. This chat mode is activated by prefacing a message with /party or simply /p. In addition, the active chat mode may be set to party mode by entering the command /party without a following message.

[Tell]

Any message input in the tell chat mode can be seen only by a single designated player. Messages displayed in this manner appear in pink. This chat mode is activated by prefacing a message with /tell or simply /t . The active chat mode cannot be set to tell mode. During the Alpha Test phase, PC names must be entered in their entirety (first and last names).

[Shout]

Shout chat mode is much like say chat mode, with the sole difference being that messages can be seen by players in a much wider area. Messages displayed in this manner appear in light pink. This chat mode is activated by prefacing a message with either /shout or simply /sh. The active chat mode cannot be set to shout mode.

Examples of Chat Commands

* All commands must begin with a / (forward slash) and contain only half-width characters.

Emotes

Emotes are a collection of expressions and gestures that can be used to convey the emotional state of your character. The emote menu is bound to the E key in the default keyboard setup, and can also be accessed by selecting the second icon from the right on the action bar. By forming a party with others, players will be able to defeat monsters and complete guildleves of a difficulty unthinkable to the solo adventurer. A single party may contain up to 15 characters.

Forming a Party

To form a party, simply target and select the player that you wish to invite, and then select the Invite option that appears. If your invitation is accepted, the party will be formed automatically, with the person who sent the initial invitation becoming the party leader. The leader is the only member of the party who can invite additional members.

* Players who are already in a party cannot be invited.

Accepting a Party Invite

If another player invites you to a party, a Join party? button will appear on your screen. Select this to bring up a prompt displaying the options of Yes, No, and Cancel. Choose Yes to accept the invitation.

Party Commands

- Promote

The Promote command allows players to change the party leader. It may only be carried out by the current party leader.

- Oust

The Oust command allows players to remove members from a party. It may only be carried out by the current party leader.

- Leave

The Leave command allows players to disband from a party.

Once a Party is Formed

Following the formation of a party, the unit frames of all party members will be displayed together in the lower right portion of the screen. The party leader will be designated by the presence of a yellow diamond to the immediate left of the leader’s name.

The Trade command allows you to exchange items and gil with other players.

1. To initiate a trade, simply target and select a player, and then select the Trade option that appears.

* The recipient of a trade request will be see an Accept Trade? button. Selecting this will present the player with the options of Yes, No, and Cancel. Choose Yes to accept the request.

2. Accepting a trade request will automatically open the trade window.

3. Both players set the items and/or gil they wish to exchange in the trade slots provided.
4. Select Accept to complete the trade process.

* Selecting Cancel will abort the trade entirely.

Bazaars afford players the ability to sell and purchase items to and from one another. A player who has a bazaar set up will have the bazaar icon displayed next to that player’s name.

Operating Your Bazaar

A player’s bazaar can be set up to contain the items that player wishes to sell to others.

1. From the main menu, open the Item List and then select the Bazaar option. Highlight the item that you wish to sell, and then press Bazaar again.

2. In the window that follows, set the unit price at which you wish to sell your item(s).

* Note that 5% of the designated unit price will be taken as tax when the item sells. For example, an item being sold in a bazaar for 100 gil will require the purchasing player to pay 100 gil, but the player selling the item will receive only 95 gil from the transaction.

3. Having items in your bazaar purchased by other players will result in the gil being automatically added to your inventory.

Browsing Bazaars

By browsing the bazaars of others, players can purchase items.

1. Target and select a player with a bazaar and press the Browse button that appears. Then select the Selling option to view the items that player has up for sale.
2. Select the item you wish to purchase to complete the transaction.UI

Q: Can I undo attribute points already allocated?

A: With great power comes great responsibility. The Twelve have deemed you unworthy of that responsibility (at this time).

Battle

Q: I’ve arrived in Limsa Lominsa and watched the event scene with Baderon, the potty-mouthed proprietor of the Drowning Wench. What do I do next?

A: Access your Journal from the main menu. Select Class Quests to view a log of all that has transpired, as well as what lies immediately ahead on your path to adventure.

Q: My weapon is drawn, why isn’t that plague rat DEAD!?

A: Just as Van Ghoh could have never painted a single sunflower without clicking the Paint button in his action menu, an adventurer cannot thrust, swing, or throw her weapon until the corresponding button is clicked.

Q: Do blacksmiths and miners have any battle options other than throwing stones?

A: Not during the Alpha/Beta tests. Though perhaps through prayer will the Twelve one day grant the Disciples of the Land and the Hand with new ways to fell Eorzea’s nasty beasties.
Items

Q: Why can’t I fight barehanded?

A: Because the Twelve do not wish it. Eorzean adventurers must have a weapon or tool equipped at all times.

Q: Where can I learn synthesis recipes? I tried copying the recipes introduced in certain levequests, but was told I do not have the crystal required for starting the synthesis.

A: Synthesis recipes are as elusive as the answers to questions such as the meaning of life and our purpose here on Hydaelyn. They must be sought for, and only the diligent shall be rewarded.

While normal synthesis requires the correct combination of crystal type and amount, levequest synthesis is often simplified, with the quest clients providing adventurers with crystals, thus their absence from the levequest recipes.

Q: How do I obtain crystals?

A: Crystalline manifestations of the planet’s aether are rare, but under special circumstances will form within the bodies of certain creatures. It is up to you to get those crystals out…

Other

Q: Where can I synthesize items?

A: If your current class is one of the Disciples of the Hand, you can perform synthesis anywhere your heart desires.

Q: Where can I mine/quarry?

A: All miners have the ability to uncover the rough locations of mining and quarry points via their Prospect and Lithoscan abilities.

Q: I’ve found a Quarry Point, but I can’t quarry!

A: Ah, but do you have a knapping hammer equipped as a secondary arm?

Q: I cannot synthesize with my secondary tool!

A: Ah, but do you have a file equipped as a secondary arm?

Q: I’ve fallen into a rift in the planet’s surface and cannot escape! Whatever should I do?

A: The Land is a treacherous place, littered hither and yon with crevices, chasms, and bottomless pits, all waiting to consume the unsuspecting passerby. If you find yourself stuck in one of these not-so-proverbial ruts, simply open up your main menu and select Return to warp back to your home point.