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Explaining the Spiritbonding & Materia system
Topic Started: Apr 9 2018, 09:39 AM (20 Views)
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The final of FF14 Gil's weird terminology is Spiritbonding and Materia - both extremely helpful to just about any adventurer. Essentially, Spiritbonding is the action of creating Materia from equipment, and Materia is utilized to augment gear to give it additional stats; think gems in warcraft.

When you earn experience by slaying enemies, crafting items or amassing materials, a product's Spiritbonding advancement will increase till it reaches 100%. Once a piece of equipment is Spiritbonded, you can convert it to some random Materia. But, converting a piece of equipment that's suitable for state a Pugilist or Rogue, would provide Material suited to those classes.

Based on the item level of the equipment, it is going to offer unique levels of Materia when converted. So a gear with item level of 60, can be converted to provide Materia IV. High excellent equipment will Spiritbond faster that normal quality ones, and for every Materia inserted, it will also Spiritbond faster; locating crap Materia off the marketplace is ideal for making the most of the.

Any equipment can be Spiritbonded, but only "convertible" equipment can be really consumed to produce Materia. Also, if you obtain any Spiritbonding encounter on an item, it becomes untradable for you; essentially soulbound.

Spiritbonding is available to most gamers, but Materia conversion could only be unlocked once a buy gil player gets a crafting class to level 19, and finishes a quest located at The Bonfire in Central Thanalan.
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