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A small amount of free gil
1) Have a main character and a new character

2) Start a new character

3) When you are given the adventure cupon give it to the person that gives you 50G for it

4) Go up to the guy at any AH that will transport the gil to another character

5) Then type in the name of your other character and put the 50G in the place where the gil goes

6) After doing all that repeat the process and you will have free gil
Submitted by: Krunal on February 09, 2005
ALCHEMIST


ALCHEMIST-

Hint: Have craft skills of carpentry, goldsmithing, and blacksmithing to help out with weapons creation.
*MS= Minimum Skill

Poison Antidote (MS: 0.00)
-Water Crystal
--Distilled Water; 1
--Papaka Grass; 1
--San D'otia Grape; 1

Distilled Water (MS: 0.00)
-Thunder Crystal
--Tahrongi Cactus; 1

Black Ink (MS: 0.00)
-Dark Crystal
--Distilled Water; 1
--Nebimnite; 1
--Raw Willow Wood; 1

Silence Herb (MS: 0.00)
-Water Crystal
--Kazham Mustard; 1
--2 Leaf Mandragora Bud; 1
--Sreaming Fungus; 1

Animal Glue,Block (MS: 0.00)
-Fire Crystal
--Bone Chip; 2
--Distilled Water; 1
--Rabbit Hide; 1

Beeswax (MS: 0.00)
-Fire Crystal
--Beehive Chip(3)
--Distilled Water(1)

Deodorizer (MS: 1.00)
-Dark Crystal
--Chamomilla
--Olive Oil(1)
--Sage(1)


Wax Sword (MS: 2.00)
-Water Crystal
--Beeswax;1
--Bronze Sword;1

Toxin (MS: 5.00)
-Thunder Crystal
--Yellow Globe; 2

Bee Spatha (MS: 7.00)
-Water Crstal
--Beeswax; 2
--Spatha; 1

Liquid Silver (MS: 9.00)
-Thunder Crystal
--Colbalt Jellyfish; 4

Silence Dagger (MS: 11.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Brass Dagger; 1
--Silence Herbage; 1

Silence Bagh Nakh (MS: 11.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Brass Bagh Nakh; 1
--Silent Herbage; 1

Poison (MS: 16.00)
-Water Crystal
--Mercury; 1
--Toxin; 1

Yamabiko Drug (MS 16.00)
-Water Crystal
--Distilled Water; 1
--Honey; 1
--Sage; 1

Silent Oil (MS: 21.00)
-Water Crystal
--Beeswax; 2
--Slime Oil; 1

Poison Dagger (MS: 21.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Dagger; 1 Water
--Toxin; 1

Poison Knife (MS: 21.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Knife; 1
--Toxin; 1

Darkness Drug (MS: 21.00)
-Water Crystal
--Poison Oats Powder; 1
--Sleeping Fungus; 1
--Tear Mustard; 1

Poison Baselard (MS: 21.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Baselard; 1
--Toxin; 1

Minaux (MS: 21.00)
-Fire Crystal
--Brass Ingot; 1
--Grass Fiber; 1

Glass Rod (MS: 26.00)
-Fire Crystal
--Cotton Thread; 1
--Grass Fiber; 4

Eye Drops (MS: 26.00)
-Water Crystal
--Ahriman Tear; 1
--Chamomilla; 1
--Distilled Water; 1

Darkness Drug (MS: 26.00)
-Thunder Crystal
--Mercury; 1
--Nebumnite; 1


Blind Dagger (MS: 31.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Bronze Dagger; 1
--Darkness Drug; 1

Blind Knife (MS: 31.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Bronze Knife; 1
--Darkness Drug; 1

Poison Kukri (31.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Kukri; 1
--Toxin; 1

Poison Cestus (MS: 31.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Cestus; 1
--Toxin; 1

Incendive Drug (MS: 31.00)
-Water Crystal
--Bomb Ash; 2
--Yutanga Sulfer; 1

Poison Bagh Nakh (MS 31.00)
-Water Crystal
--Animal Glue,Block; 1
--Bagh Nakh; 1
--Toxin; 1

Submitted by: angel_tamer on August 12, 2004
Bonecraft
BONE WORKER

Hint: Tanner skills are useful in this profession.
*MS= Minimum Skill

6 Bone Arrowheads (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bone Chip; 2

Shell Earing (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Seashell; 2

Bone Hairpin (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1

Shell Ring (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Fish Scale; 1
--Seashell; 1

Fish Scale (MS: 0.00)
-Thunder Crystal
--Gabial Fish; 1

Bone Arrow (MS: 3.00 & Carpenter 6.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Arrowwood Lumber; 1
--Bone Chip; 3
--Yagudo Feather; 2

Bone Earing (MS: 5.00 & Goldsmith 11.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bone Chip; 2
--Brass Ingot; 2

Cat Bagh Nakh (MS: 6.00 & Blacksmith 6.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Bone Chip; 3
--Bronze Sheet; 1
--Rabbit Fur; 1

Bone Ring (MS: 7.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1
--Sheep tooth; 1

Fang Necklace (MS: 11.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Black Tiger Fang; 1
--Bat Fang; 4
--Bone Chip; 2
--Grass Thread; 1

Bone Mask (MS: 16.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1
--Gaint Femur; 1
--Sheep Leather; 1

Bone Mittens (MS: 16.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Bone Chip; 2
--Sheep Leather; 2

Stone Shot (MS: 16.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Shal Shellfish; 1

Cornet (MS: 16.00 & Goldsmith 16.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1
--Brass Ingot; 1

Bone Subligear (MS: 21.00 & Tanner 21.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1
--Grass Cloth; 1
--Sheep Leather; 2

Bone Leggings (MS: 21.00 & Tanner 21.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1
--Giant Femur; 1
--Sheep Leather; 2

Gemshorn (MS: 21.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Beetle Jaw; 1
--Giant Femur; 1

Bone Axe (MS: 21.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Giant Femur; 1
--Ram Horn; 2

Bone Pick (MS: 21.00 & Carpenter 21.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1
--Giant Femur; 1

Beetle Earring (MS: 21.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Beetle Jaw; 1
--Silver Earring; 1

Bone Harness (MS: 21.00 & Tanner 21.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Bone Chip; 1
--Giant Femur; 1
--Land Fish Scale; 1
--Sheep Leather; 2

Beetle Ring (MS: 21.00)
-Wind Cystal
--Beetle Jaw; 1

Beetle Mask (MS: 26.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Beetle Jaw; 1
--Lizard Hide; 1

Beetle Mittens (MS: 26.00 & Tanner 26.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Beetle Crust; 1
--Lizard Hide; 2

Horn Hairpin (MS: 26.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ram Horn; 1

Turtle Shield (MS: 31.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Beetle Crust; 1
--Sea Turtle Carapace; 1

Submitted by: angel_tamer on August 12, 2004
Chocobo Quest
Requirements: lvl 20 (Warning not 15. This number only implys to what lvl you can ride a chocobo after you get the licence) and 4 clumps of Gausebit Wildgrass.

First you must make your way to Jeuno and visit the Chocobo stables in Upper Jeuno. When you get there talk to the man named Brutus (hes under the hut thing in the pen). He will ask you if you want to ride a Chocobo. Answer yes and he will quiz you on chocobo handling. Then answer no. Than he tells you if you can tame the chocobo near Osker, you can ride it.

It takes 6 days (Vana'diel time) to get the Chocobo licence.

Day 1: Offer it the wild grass and he will recognize it as food but won't take it.

Day 2: The chocobo still won't take the grass.

Day 3: The chocobo takes the food from you. Then The owner will come and try and clame the Chocobo but it dosen't wan't to go near him.

Day 4: The chocobo eats from your hand.

Day 5: The Chocobo eats the food hapily.

Day 6; The chocobo is tames and you receave your Chocobo Licence.

Remeber chocobos are rented and thay only last untill thay get tired. Then thay will tosses you off and when you get off the Chocobo it will return home.


Submitted by: angel_tamer on August 10, 2004
Easy Gil
Now we all know that getting gil isnt all that easy in the world of Final Fantasy. And some items arent that cheap when they should be. So for easy gil to get godly equipment, get 12 packs of crystals. Fire, dark, light, and lightning do not go below 1000 Gil at the auction houses. Then sell them at the ah's wait for the pay off, then go bid on stuff or have a shopping spree! I used this to get good beginner stuff like legionnaires staff, 2 eremetes rings (ima black mage) and some spirit pacts when i become a summoner.
Submitted by: Zackbagodounuts on March 10, 2004
Easy Gil
Sell 12x Crystals for gil at Auction Houses. You need to be wearing a signet for monsters to be able to drop crystals so make sure you have one first.
Submitted by: Krunal on February 09, 2005
Easy Gil 2
Kill goblins and sell their armor, you can make 250 - 500 gil each.
Submitted by: Krunal on February 09, 2005
Easy Money - Levels 8 to 12
Ok, this is really easy. You can either do both of your first two missions, get your third one and pick up some stuff here to do something other than get money and level; Or, you can just go and level up and gain some money.

The Paloborough Mines, located at the top of North Gustaburg, is crowded with Quadavs. They drop Quadav Fetich Legs, Arms, Torsos, and Heads which can sell for 300. They aren't a really common drop, nor are they a rare drop. But each Quad you kill drops at least 10 gil. Sometimes they drop a backplate, which sells for 100gil at merchants and even more in the AH ( Auction Hall! ) Also, they tend to drop Shell Shields which you can either equip, or sell to a merchant for 200gil. ( Once again, even more at the Auction Hall! )

Good Luck!
Submitted by: anonymous on March 13, 2004
Fast and easy lvling
When your character levels to 12 go to La Theine (it should be on your map) keep going and check your map for a place called Valkrum Dunes now do NOT try leveling here alone until you are level 12 or higher. After that ask to join a party if you are accepted then get ready to fight some good mobs Depending on the party you should be getting 125 (or higher xp). Remember leveling alone is no good teamwork is always the strongest
Submitted by: IntoshiFFXI on February 18, 2005
Free World Pass
To get a free world pass, when the person that wants it makes a character, check the world. If it is not the world you want, delete the character and make it again until you get the world you want.
Submitted by: Final Fantasy Man on January 25, 2006
Mining
MINING...

This can be done by any character, of any level. The only catch is you have to be in Bastok. Darksteel ore sells for 7-8k gil. This will be your primary money-maker. Iron ore sells for 600-700 gil each, so you will also be saving up those pieces of iron, as they are far more common than darksteel, and can make you almost as much money by sheer amount of iron you mine compared to the relatively low amount of darksteel you will mine. Zinc sells for 300-500 gil, so if you are hard-up for money you can also sell that. There are other types of ore such as copper, tin, and silver, but they are not as profitable, and in about an hour's time, you can have your inventory completely full of iron, and should have 1-3 pieces of darksteel as well.

Here is the exact way to do it:

First, you need to have at least 200 gil to get you started, preferably about 1000 to 7000 gil. Completely clear out your inventory, including weapons and armor. You won't be needing them in the mines, and this makes room for your mining finds. There is a small shop in the Bastok mines district of town, aside from the weapon shop and the armor shop. It's a goods/items shop. It's easy to find. You just look for the armor and weapon shops and it's the only store in the area that has the little potion icon. You can find it on the map easily. Next you go into the store, head for the back room, and buy mining picks from the guy there. He's got tons of them at 200 gil each. You're going to need about 36 of them to most efficiently mine, but you can do it with as many as 1-2. They break sometimes after you mine with them, so the first few times you go mining, if you only have a few picks, don't get discouraged... you'll just need to buy a few more picks when you get some money saved up from your finds. Just sell whatever metals you get in the Auction House, and use the profit you make to buy even more mining picks, until you can finally afford 36.
The next step is to head into the mines. On the far left side of the map is a small circle drawn with what looks like a pencil. This is the entrance to the Zeruhn mines. You simply enter the mines and follow the left wall. Once you're in, you need to keep following the left wall, until you go down to a lower level where the walls change to rock instead of bricks. We'll call this mining home point. Now what you're going to need to do, is follow the left or right wall until you get back to mining home base, all the while searching for something called a "mining point" The mining point is a targetable spot on the wall, which is hard to find just by clicking alone. You're going to need to use the TAB key. What I do, is follow the right hand wall while repeatedly pressing the tab key until I get a mining point in my crosshairs. When I find it, I mine it until it disappears, then continue following the right wall until I get back to mining home point. Then I start all over, until I'm either out of mining picks, or my inventory is full.
Once you find a mining point, walk up to it as close as you can. Open your "items" menu and click on your mining pick, then click "use". Once you have clicked "use" a small blue arrow should pop up over the mining point, provided you have the mining point in your field of view on the screen. You'll see your pick-axe swing, and you'll get a piece of rare metal. Normally, I would say just throw everything away except for iron and darksteel, because these are the most profitable metals to sell, and you can fill up your inventory AND your bank with iron in less than a couple hour's mining effort. You can fill your inventory in less than an hour every time. However, if you're just starting out as a miner, and had very little money for mining picks, I'd recommend you take everything you mine to the auction house and sell it. Every little mining pick helps.
That was the hard part. Now is the easy part... selling your goods in the auction house. You should have about 30-50 pieces of iron and 1-3 pieces of darksteel after about an hour or two's work. The iron pieces on Bahamut server sell for 600 gil to 700 gil easily, and the darksteel pieces sell for about 7000 to 8000. Doing the math, that looks like about 30k gil for an hour's work. The only thing you have to worry about now is finding a way to list all of your metals in the auction house with only 7 sales slots. I highly recommend you buy another playonline content ID from the Playonline viewer. It only costs an extra dollar per month, but you can use it to make a new character on your server to help you sell. I call this an auction mule. Also with this mule, you can scout Winhurst and San'Doria and find out which city has the best prices for the darksteel and iron! Did you know that there is an NPC outside every auction house that will deliver items for you to any other character in the game's mog house? You simply click on the NPC, type the recipient's name into the field and click OK, then you put the item you wish to trade in the slot and click OK again to have it sent to him. Using this NPC, you can send your entire stock of iron to another city where the ores are more profitable. On Bahamut server, the ore sold the best from San'Doria, so I recommend you send the money to a mule character in San'Doria for the selling, and if you REALLY want to step up the sales, you can buy 2 extra content ID's for a small 2 dollars per month, and have 2 auction mules. Just scout the other cities, find out where the ores are selling the best, and sell there. If you REALLY want to get stuff sold fast you can sell from Bastok too, since the price shouldn't be too much different from San'Doria or Winhurst, and you'll have plenty to supply them with anyway... which leads me to another point. If you sell the ores for lower than the average sale price, you're going to kill the market for it. I highly suggest you sell for the same price as everyone else, using the "price history" button, or you risk ruining the ore sales for yourself and everyone else. Besides, it sells very fast. You shouldn't have to worry about anything.
You can easily make 15-30k per hour doing this, and I have had many times when I filled up my 7 auction house slots with iron ore for 650 gil each, and then logged over to my auction mule to list 7 more, and by the time I got back over to my main character all 7 pieces of the ore were sold and I had to repeat the whole process! Darksteel is pretty easy to get and very profitable, also. I was able to get 2 pieces of darksteel in under an hour, and those alone are worth 7-8k gil each! Good luck with the mining!


Submitted by: angel_tamer on August 10, 2004
Woodworking
CARPENTER
Hint: Boneworking and Blacksmith skills are needed for the more complicated gadgets.
*MS= Minimum Skill

Work Bench (MS: 0.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Lauan Lumber; 1

Lauan Shield (MS: 0.00 & Blacksmith 1.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Brass Sheet; 1
--Lauan Lumber; 2

Arrowwood Lumber (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Raw Arrowwood; 1

Wood Arrow (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Arrowwood Lumber; 1
--Chocobo Feather; 2
--Flint; 1

Flute (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Maple Lumber; 1
--Parchment; 1

Lauan Lumber (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Raw Lauan Wood; 1

Maple Lumber (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Raw Maple Wood; 1

Maple Wand (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Chocobo Feather; 1
--Maple Lumber; 1

Ash Staff (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1
--Bat Fang; 1

Ash Pole (MS: 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 2

Ash Club (MS: 2.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1

Harpoon (MS: 3.00 & Bone Worker 0.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1
--Grass Thread; 1
--Sheep Tooth; 1

Ash Clog (MS: 4.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1

Maple Shield (MS: 4.00 & Blacksmith 4.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Brass Sheet; 1
--Maple Lumber; 1

Ash Lumber (MS: 5.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Raw Ash Wood;1

Light Cross Bow (MS: 6.00 & Blacksmith 9.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1
--Bronze Ingot; 1
--Grass Thread; 1

Willow Lumber (MS: 6.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Raw Willow Wood; 1

Willow Fishing Rod (MS: 6.00)
-Light Crystal
--Broken Willow Rod; 1

Holly Lumber (MS: 6.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Raw Holly Wood; 1

Willow Wand (MS: 7.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bug Wing; 1
--Willow Lumber; 1

Willow Fishing Rod (MS: 7.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Grass Thread; 1
--Willow Lumber; 1

Holly Poll (MS: 8.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Holly Lumber; 2

Bamboo Rod (MS: 9.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Bamboo Lumber; 1
--Grass Thread; 1

Boomerang (MS: 9.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Cotton Thread; 1
--Maple Lumber; 1

Maple Table (MS: 9.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Maple Lumber; 1

Self Bow (MS: 9.00 & Bone Worker 11.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Willow Lumber; 1
--Cotton Cloth; 1
--Giant Femur; 1
--Grass Thread; 1

Short Bow (MS: 11.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Grass Cloth; 1
--Grass Thread; 1
--Willow Lumber; 1

Long Bow (MS: 11.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Coerl Barba; 1
--Linen Cloth; 1
--Ram Horn; 1
--Yew Lumber; 1

Simple Bed (MS: 16.00 & Weaver 16.00)
-Earth Crystal
--Grass Cloth; 3
--Grass Thread; 1
--Holly Lumber; 2
--Lauan Lumber; 2

Piccolo (MS: 16.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Holly Lumber; 1
--Parchment; 1

Bronze Spear (MS: 16.00 & Blacksmith 16.00)
-Wind Crystal
--Ash Lumber; 1
--Bronze Ingot; 1
--Grass Thread; 1

Submitted by: angel_tamer on August 12, 2004
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