There are rotating, daily events that encourage players to participate in certain content and activities on certain days.
|Day of Week||Bonus|
|Monday||Legion Day - 2x Legion Points in the Halls of Legion|
|Tuesday||Abyssea Day - 2x Cruor Points in Abyssea Zones|
|Wednesday||Crafting Day - 5% discount from Crafting Isle shops|
Mog Gathering Day - +1 Potential Items Per Harvest
|Thursday||Synergy Fuel Day - 2x elemental stone drop chance and 2x elemental tear drops (synergy fuel)|
|Saturday||Synergy Crafting Day - +5% base success chance while synergy crafting|
Players now receive login points each day that they log in. These points can be used for unique style lock gear, pop items, mounts, rare augments, and more.
Login points become available every midnight server time (US Central Time). Players already logged in during the daily reset will need to log out and back in to receive their points (the awarding happens on first “log in”). Login points do not expire and care over month-to-month allowing players to save up for bigger rewards.
Points are earned simply by logging in!
|25||Initial player signup|
|15||Login on the 1st of the month|
|15||Login on the 20th of the month (NocSouls Day)|
|5||Login any other day of the month|
The Points Coffer is now located at the Celennia Memorial Library (near Andreine). The Points Coffer provides players with their current login point total as the list of items they can acquire using login points.
Items in the Points Coffer, similar to retail, will rotate every month or so (exact schedule TBD). Some items are level locked and cannot be purchased without meeting the level requirements.
This month, the following items are available for April 2019.
|150||Red Crab Mount||1|
|50||Deed of Moderation||99|
|50||Deed of Sensibility||99|
|50||Deed of Placidity||99|
Have an idea for a cool login reward? Pass it along in the suggestions!
The daily BCNMs provide a fun challenge for players of all levels. These fights can be taken on solo or up to a group of three and provide rare/ex items matching the level of the encounter (including a small chance at some super rare items) as well as the chance at gear progression currency, such as alexandrite.
The fights take place at Gheshba Outpost’s “Hut Door”. To access each fight, trade the item listed below to the Hut Door to gain entry and select the
. (the period, second option) when the entry dialog pops up.
There are 5 BCNMs:
|Level Range||Target||Trade Item|
|10-35||Vorpal Bunny||San d’Orian Carrot|
|50-75||Rock Chomper||Translucent Rock|
|70-95||Chairot of Volare||Chariot Band|
|90-99||Forgotten Overseer||Void Crystal|
The key items can be found throughout the world as drops, from shops, or from prior tier BCNMs.
Players over the maximum level of the BCNM will be level sync’d down to the max level and their stats scaled accordingly. Equipped gear will be automatically reduced to match (rather than unequipped) the restriction.
The item isn’t consumed on trade, so you’ll only ever need one of each item as ‘keys’ to the BCNM. You can store them in your Mog Satchel and them move them into your inventory to trade to the Hut Door.
On successful completion of the BCNM, you’ll gain experience points, gil, and potentially a personal treasure pool of gear progression currency. Experience points and gil are scaled to your job level.
In addition, each encounter has a unique loot table with some rare and fun items found in the level range of the encounter, such as Ridill, Hachirin-no-obi, Bounding Boots, and Soboro Shkehiro. The loot tables will be changing monthly to spice things up.
!hunts command provides access to the Nocturnal Souls daily hunts system.
Each target requires killing 20 of that family of monster. Targets must be no less than 6 levels lower than your level to count towards the hunt. On completion, you’ll be rewarded with experience points, gil, and unique currency, such as Alexandrite, Tanzanite Jewels, and others used for gear progression.
|Wednesday||Arcana and Golems|
Experience points and gil are scaled to your job level.
The family types in FFXI are… not an exact science, so the net is thrown a bit wide which should help find ample numbers of hunt targets. These lists also tend to include NMs and HNMs who fall under the same family type. For example, Byakko counts as a ‘beast’ and Yumcax as a ‘plant’.