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#1 Jun 14 2004 at 6:34 PM Rating: Decent
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I'm just a bit confused here. . . I've been looking at the different kinds of weapons, and i'm wondering if they have level and class restrictions? I mean, common sense tells you they would, but when i look at the items off this site, they have no level or class restrictions mentioned in the little description box. . . Same with armor, and all the other kinds of equipment. Well anyway, plz don't burn me on this, I just found it a bit confuseing.
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#2 Jun 14 2004 at 6:46 PM Rating: Excellent
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Some items have level restrictions, also each class has what it can and cannot use, we just haven't listed them all yet. We are still a work in progress, bare with us while we condition the split ends. (can you tell I need to get my hair done?)
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#3 Jun 14 2004 at 7:05 PM Rating: Decent
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Sorry,I wasn't trying to complain at all, far from it. I was just wondering. And thank you for replying :D
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No problem at all!!! And just to clarify I saw my first class restriction item today, it was a warlock only item. I will reply back after I get more info, I am still a newbie beta tester.
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#5 Jun 14 2004 at 9:45 PM Rating: Decent
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Oh? So there's gonna be like JSE (job specific armor)? That'll rock. That was one of the few things I really liked about FFXI.
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#6 Jun 15 2004 at 1:52 AM Rating: Decent
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Lady Dark! what was the item?! tell me! im a warlock and i want to know!!!

hehe, yea, but what the lady said is right. certain items have the lvl req, if you check the item lookup, there is a column that shows the level restriction for most if not all items.
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#7 Jun 15 2004 at 11:23 AM Rating: Decent
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Very rarely are items class specific. Almost all the ones I've seen have come from class-specific quests. To further answer Daveo's question though:

Armors fall in three classes, mail, leather, and cloth.
Mail and Plate can be worn by paladins and warriors.
Leather can also be worn by shamans, druids, hunters and rogues.
Cloth is all that can be worn by priests, mages, and warlocks.
There are also shields and bucklers. Shields are only used by the mail classes, and I think just rogues can also use bucklers.

Weapons vary by class, but there isn't a simple short listing, especially when classes start automatically with some classes and can learn others later.


Items also have a level restriction. This is determined by what "set" the item is in. Captain's Breastplate of Agility is the same level as Captain's Helm of Stamina. Obviously weapons aren't in a set. I'm not gonna pull out all the D2 item abbreviations, and just say that all items follow some kind of complex mlvl random system nobody has quite fathomed yet, but the item level is closely tied in to this.

Edited, Wed Jun 16 15:42:59 2004 by Azuarc
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#8 Jun 16 2004 at 2:37 AM Rating: Decent
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Armors fall in three classes, mail, leather, and cloth.
Mail can be worn by paladins and warriors.


As of the new push, Plate armor has become available and is usable by warriors and paladins.
#9 Jun 16 2004 at 6:10 AM Rating: Decent
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I'd also like to clear up that anyone who can wear leather can also wear cloth, and anyone who can wear mail can also wear both cloth and leather. Warriors and paladins are not restricted to mail and plate.
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