Final Fantasy XI can be a very complicated game due to its exploratory design and nature. Here’s a series of guides to help you out!
- New Player Guide
- Where do I find...?
- How does the AH work?
- The No-Frills Crafting Skill-Up Guide
- Twenty's Crafting Guide
- Twenty's Synergy Guide
- Guide to Fishing on Nocturnal Souls
- D'Hoffryn's Guide to Ashitacast
- Using DXVK with WINE on Linux
Welcome to Nocturnal Souls! Whether you’re new to Final Fantasy XI or just new to our community, here’s a few pointers to get the most out of your experience.
Looking for a particular custom currency or item and can’t find it? Here’s a list of the most common.
The Auction House plays an important role in the economy of any game–a way for players to move goods between each other and make money. Learn tips and tricks to managing your auctions!
This guide is meant to be a quick skill-up guide to get your crafts from level 1-100. Some crafts will include suggestions for skill-ups above 100.
This is a crafting guide focused on using crafts and desynths to optimize the efficiencies.
This is a crafting guide focused on using synergy to gain levels as quickly as possible.
by DHoffryn, updated 20 September 2020
Ready for a relaxing day out fishing? This quick start guide helps you dive into FFXI fishing with tips, tricks, and insights how to play the mini-game.
Part 1 – Weapon Swapping There are many occasions when you need to change the weapon that you are using, such as when you are doing a weapons trial, you have been using your very best weapon and you need to quickly swap to the trial weapon before the monster dies. This shows you how to configure Ashitacast to toggle between three weapons in sequence on the press of a function key.
Preface The Windows port of Final Fantasy XI was built using DirectX 8 (DX8). DX8 support is a mixed bag, even on Windows. Due to most modern video cards having dropped support for DX8, it is typically pushed through DX9 instead which loses some quality/performance. Wine does have DirectX to OpenGL functions, but often suffers with performance. Luckily, most modern video cards also support Vulkan, which is typically much more consistent.
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