What you need to know about Final Fantasy XIV Blue MageHeure : Jul. 12, 2019 De : SCDKey
If you have not paid attention to Final Fantasy XIV Shadowbringers CD Key this year, you may have missed important information about the new MMO job. The addition is somewhat surprising and begins in front of the DLC of Shadowbringers, but not everything seems to be.
Blue Mage is a new concept for Final Fantasy XIV because it is a "limited class". Unlike other students of martial arts and magic, it is limited to 50 people and can not perform multi-player tasks. This is not a game of roulette pairing, squad missions, PvP, deep dungeons, Novice Hall of Fame, etc.
You can not use Blue Mage to advance through the story, access collections or unlock spells when you finish the level. It's a bit strange, but despite the status of Final Fantasy XIV as MMORPG, Blue Mage is not designed for multiplayer.
This is a new concept for those who have changed WoW, but it has appeared in other places in the Final Fantasy series. Magic in the universe is divided into different colors, each with its unique characteristics. The power of Blue Magic lies in its versatility and its huge book of spells, but in traditional multiplayer scenarios, it simply would not work.
Blue magicians have very different priorities than normal players. The job offers a higher rate of experience, the focus is to keep monster spells in your hands.
In addition, Blue Mage receives an exclusive task called "Masked Carnivale". The Solo Challenge takes the player through 25 levels with different opponents. They need to group their actions to take into account their strengths and weaknesses and obtain points at the end. You will get bonuses to get a certain score and the weekly goals will also reward you.
Frankly, blue magicians can still take on tasks with friends. Although you can not match the content, you can easily instantiate with a small or predefined group. Of course, you're still at level 50, so you need help with higher level content.
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