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    Final Fantasy XIV Leveling Up Tips

    Like in other MMOs, Final Fantasy XIV Online requires a decent amount of grinding for your character (in this case, your characterís jobs) to level up. While leveling up in the beginning of the game may be simple, once you begin to reach higher levels, the amount of experience needed becomes much more intense, thus requiring even more grinding.

    FFXIV offers multiple methods for players to gain efficient experience regardless of their level, thus giving players ways to get their jobs to the coveted max of level 80. Outside of grinding random enemies or completing dungeons over and over, these methods offer players large amounts of experience that they wonít be able to get anywhere or any way else.

    Here are the most effective ways to level up your jobs quickly in FFXIV.

    Never go adventuring hungry
    Although food isnít essential in FFXIV, every food item does come with great benefits. Most food items grant the user different levels of stat buffs depending on how developed the food platter is, but every single food item grants the user an experience modifier for a specified amount of time.

    Eating one piece of food will provide the player a 30-minute experience bonus, and this can be stacked up to two times to last for an hour max. The modifier is a three-percent increase to all experience earned by defeating enemies and does not affect static experience earned, such as when completing a quest. It is noted within the chat log as a percentage modifier after the base experience gained from defeating an enemy.

    Since all food provides this experience bonus, itís best to buy cheap items from the chefs and culinarians around Eorzea so youíll never run out of this easy way to increase experience gains within your inventory. More expensive food should only be bought depending on the stats buffs that it offers, as FFXIV Gil is a luxury that is a lot harder to come by.

    Find sanctuary in sanctuaries
    Perhaps the most vital form of gaining experience in FFXIV is through Rest Experience. This type of experience is only gained through ending your game via a Sanctuary, which can be noted by a crescent moon symbol next to the playerís experience bar. Almost every location with an Aetherite will also be a Sanctuary, and if not ending the game in one the player will be notified that they are not in a Sanctuary and will miss out on Rest Experience.

    By simply ending the game within a Sanctuary and relogging in later, you receive a small bonus multiplier to all experience gained to a cap through Rest Experience. This bonus stacks with food bonuses, so itís best to have the two activated simultaneously.

    While Rest Experience works with all enemies defeated and greatly reduces the need to grind excessively, it does not work with set experience gains, such as those rewarded with main story quests (MSQ) or after completing a dungeon. But it will work on enemies defeated within dungeons and during quests, so be sure to use that to your advantage.

    Complete the daily leveling quest
    Within the Duty Finder lay the daily leveling quest, allowing players to rack up large amounts of experience once a day. By queueing up for this quest, you will join a dungeon or primal battle that you have already beaten alongside other players (who have the possibility of being new to the duty), though all experience earned within the quest, including end experience, will be boosted exponentially.

    The experience boost in the daily leveling quests stacks with both food multipliers and Rest Experience. The static experience gained after completing the quest is tied specifically to the level of the job you currently have equipped. Higher-level duties that can be randomly selected via the daily leveling quest have the potential to provide players with hundreds of thousands of experience, making the grind to level 80 less difficult.

    While the daily leveling quest will remain listed in the Duty Finder after its completion, it will inform the player that they will not receive the experience bonuses offered for first time daily completion upon consecutive attempts. Although this quest is the most efficient way to level up jobs, the single daily attempt encourages players to use the gameís other grinding mechanics to continue their progress.

    Tackle the next main story quest
    Most MMO players often become so inundated with side quests that they forget about main story quests (MSQ) and leave them for much later. But in FFXIV, skipping MSQ could result in players lacking a vital source of free experience, most of the time for simply sitting through dialogue.

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