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#1 Feb 16 2010 at 1:32 PM Rating: Decent
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been trying to grow these one a mule.I have no idea WHY i am only getting one onion per yield....WTH? im using porcelain pots... grow on lighting day harvest on lighting day.I got gardening mog enhancement. My main can harvests so many of them 2-3 per yield but my mule cant. can any one shed some light on this for me thank you.
#2 Feb 16 2010 at 2:29 PM Rating: Excellent
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SE wrote:
Beginning earlier this year, an investigation was conducted, looking into suspicious activities related to gil transfers. According to the investigation, a group of players involved in RMT (Real Money Trading) activities have been using a massive amount of accounts in order to perform gardening.

We have been taking the appropriate actions against the accounts found to be engaged in these activities. During this time, we began preparing measures to stop these groups of players from taking further advantage of gardening for RMT purposes.

As a result, we came up with a measure that will be effective against players engaged in these illegal acts, while at the same time will have minimal impact on legitimate players. For any characters that were created less than 90 days previous, the amount of items that can be gathered from each gardening attempt will be limited to 1. These measures will go into effect with the version update on Aug. 3, 2009 at 12:00 (PDT).

Illegal acts such as RMT will not be tolerated in FINAL FANTASY XI, and any violations of the user agreement will be dealt with severely. We would like to assure our players that all efforts are being made to ensure a fair playing experience.

Thank you for your continued cooperation and understanding.


link http://www.playonline.com/ff11us/polnews/news16666.shtml
#3 Feb 16 2010 at 5:20 PM Rating: Decent
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Yet another example of the legit player getting (unknowingly) screwed due to means meant to combat RMT.
#4 Feb 18 2010 at 2:50 AM Rating: Decent
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It's the price we pay for free trial accounts...

I think we've been cheated...
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#5 Feb 18 2010 at 2:19 PM Rating: Good
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thanx for replay. not a trail player either, Been playing since release!
#6 Feb 18 2010 at 3:30 PM Rating: Decent
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therealgortex wrote:
thanx for replay. not a trail player either, Been playing since release!


How old is the mule? At least now you know you can get better results in 89 days, at the most.
#7 Feb 18 2010 at 10:42 PM Rating: Decent
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only like 2months old at the most.
#8 Mar 11 2010 at 1:33 PM Rating: Good
I played FFXI when it first came out on PS2. I got to level 20 or so and quit for a variety of reasons. At the time I enjoyed experimenting with gardening.

A few weeks ago I created a new trial account in anticipation of FFXIV. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the game, and bought the $15 game package.

I play a lot of MMOs, and I'm proficient at making plenty of currency in all of them. Since my character can barely afford spells and food, I decided I needed to spend some time leveling a profitable craft. Obviously the economy is overmature so low level crafts really don't pay. I spent a large chunk of my gil on 6 pots, only to discover it was a terrible waste >< (Perhaps I'll find a profitable 1 crop yield)


The auction houses in the 3 cities aren't nearly as active as Jeuno. It's really sad that the best (only?) option to make gil as a new player is to farm and go to Jeuno...which is fairly... uhhh let's say...interesting as a low level player who can't afford anything. I thought FFXI was getting me excited about FFXIV, now I'm not so sure.



Edited, Mar 11th 2010 2:35pm by SimarilLathspell
#9 Mar 16 2010 at 9:14 AM Rating: Decent
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SimarilLathspell wrote:
I played FFXI when it first came out on PS2. I got to level 20 or so and quit for a variety of reasons. At the time I enjoyed experimenting with gardening.

A few weeks ago I created a new trial account in anticipation of FFXIV. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the game, and bought the $15 game package.

I play a lot of MMOs, and I'm proficient at making plenty of currency in all of them. Since my character can barely afford spells and food, I decided I needed to spend some time leveling a profitable craft. Obviously the economy is overmature so low level crafts really don't pay. I spent a large chunk of my gil on 6 pots, only to discover it was a terrible waste >< (Perhaps I'll find a profitable 1 crop yield)


The auction houses in the 3 cities aren't nearly as active as Jeuno. It's really sad that the best (only?) option to make gil as a new player is to farm and go to Jeuno...which is fairly... uhhh let's say...interesting as a low level player who can't afford anything. I thought FFXI was getting me excited about FFXIV, now I'm not so sure.



Edited, Mar 11th 2010 2:35pm by SimarilLathspell


except that isnt really true, I sell plenty of stuff in windy on a daily basis. It depends on the town and what you are selling. Low and mid lvl synth materials generally sell very well in towns where the respective guild is located in.
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