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Hi, I am currently extremly bored with the current crop of mmo's and been thinking of going back to ff11, what I wanna know is how much did they wowifiy it with the recent abbysea changes? Also, I have a few lv 75's (I played last way before abby expacs came out) how out of the loop am I going to be? I *was* considering starting over but then again thats a major pain in the ass in ff11, well least it was back when i made my current char. I'll be coming back with no linkshell, decent gil funds (though i am in no way rich), and gear for most jobs but i'll bascally be like a.. hmm what is the word.. vet who forgot most of the game? other than how to get around.
I now have some more questions..
1: Is the game still massivly time consuming to get anything done like I remember it?
2: Any linkshells willing to take in a old player who forgot a ton of stuff? Prefer one thats more casual and talkative.
3: How lost am I going to be never having done any of the abbysea quests or even the lv 80 level cap unlock, highest one I have done is the 75.
4: Is Windower still around? This tool made the game much better than it would have been without it, I especally used to love playing around with the plastic surgeon plugin, this plugin bascally allowed you to change your race/face client side only to any race in game, if I got sick of looking at my hume I just opened console in windower and typed race 6 (or race mithra) to turn me into one client side, then face 3a/b to choose what face/hair I wanted. Technacally it was against the tos, but there was no way for anyone to know unless you told them, or were dumb enough to post screenshots or videos of you using it.
5: Does it still use that stupid playonline shit? or did square finally smarten the hell up?
Thanks all, I might make my decision on going back to ff11 or not based on this.
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