Final Fantasy XI’s Records of Eminence to Receive New Objectives

on February 6, 2014 12:34 PM

Final Fantasy XI‘s fairly new experience points and currency based objective system, Records of Eminence, will be receiving brand new objectives in the upcoming version update including rewards for hunting in more areas, synthesis, and weapon skills. The biggest piece of this update includes the addition of Rise of the Zilart and Chains of Promathia areas to the list of objectives. Currently RoE is only active in the Original and Seekers of Adoulin areas.

The next version update is scheduled for February 18th. The full rundown of new objectives can be read below:

  • General Battle-related Objectives
    • Defeat a specific enemy that prowls the new area the requisite number of times.
    • Defeat the requisite number of enemies in Zilart areas.
    • Defeat the requisite number of enemies in Promathia areas.
    • Deal enemies a certain range of damage the requisite number of times.
    • Use weapon skills the requisite number of times.
    • Heal either yourself, a party member, or an alliance member the requisite amount.
  • Reive-related Objectives
    • Emerge victorious from the requisite number of Lair Reives in the new area.
    • Emerge victorious from the requisite number of Colonization Reives in the new area.
  • Synthesis-related Objectives
    • Synthesize certain items the requisite number of times.
  • Harvesting-related Objectives
    • Successfully harvest materials in the new area the requisite number of times.
    • Successfully harvest materials in Zilart areas the requisite number of times.
    • Successfully harvest materials in Promathia areas the requisite number of times.
  • Other Objectives
    • Succeed at chocobo digging the requisite number of times.
    • Unlock the requisite number of Treasure Chests or Treasure Coffers.
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David has been a gamer since childhood and enjoys games that are able to deliver fun and intricate gameplay alongside compelling and emotional narratives. He's also a huge fan of film, television, comic books, and literature. David has his B.A. in English Language Arts from CUNY John Jay College.