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Earn 20-30k Gil Per Hour

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This is a comprehensive guide to earning gil in Vanadiel. I have been able to make 15k gil from 1 hour's work, easily, and on some days I was able to make about 20-30k per hour! It all depends on your luck. Occasionally, with the top listed method, you'll even be able to make 50-70k in a single hour if you're lucky. Listed below are all of my methods, some of which you can use, and leave running while you're out adventuring, or using the other methods! The strategies are listed in order of how profitable they are. The top strategies will earn you the most gil, while the bottom ones will earn less, but are still fairly profitable ways to make some extra cash.

#1: MINING...

This can be done by any character, of any level. The only catch is you have to be in Bastok. Darksteel ore sells for 5-10k gil. This will be your primary money-maker. Iron ore sells for 600-700 gil each, so you will also be saving up those pieces of iron, as they are far more common than darksteel, and can make you almost as much money by sheer amount of iron you mine compared to the relatively low amout of darksteel you will mine. Zinc sells for 300-500 gil, so if you are hard-up for money you can also sell that. There are other types of ore such as copper, tin, and silver, but they are not as profitable, and in about an hour's time, you can have your inventory completely full of iron, and if you're lucky you might have a piece or two of darksteel as well.

Here is the exact way to do it:

First, you need to have at least 200 gil to get you started, preferably about 1000 to 7000 gil. Completely clear out your inventory, including weapons and armor. You won't be needing them in the mines, and this makes room for your mining finds. There is a small shop in the Bastok mines district of town, Boytz's Knickknacks, beside the weapon shop and the armor shop. It's a goods/items shop. It's easy to find on the map. Next you go into the store, head for the back room, and buy pickaxes from Boytz. He's got tons of them at 200 gil each. You're going to need about 36 of them to most efficiently mine, but you can do it with as little as 1-2. They break sometimes after you mine with them, so the first few times you go mining, if you only have a few pickaxes, don't get discouraged... you'll just need to buy a few more pickaxes when you get some money saved up from your finds. Just sell whatever metals you get in the Auction House, and use the profit you make to buy even more pickaxes, until you can finally afford 36.
The next step is to head into the mines. On the far left side of the map is a small circle drawn with what looks like a pencil. This is the entrance to the Zeruhn mines. You simply enter the mines and follow the left wall. Once you're in, you need to keep following the left wall, until you go down to a lower level where the walls change to rock instead of bricks. We'll call this mining home point. Now what you're going to need to do, is follow the left or right wall until you get back to mining home base, all the while searching for something called a "mining point" The mining point is a targetable spot on the wall, which is hard to find just by clicking alone. You're going to need to use the TAB key. What I do, is follow the right hand wall while repeatedly pressing the tab key until I get a mining point in my crosshairs. When I find it, I mine it until it disappears, then continue following the right wall until I get back to mining home point. Then I start all over, until I'm either out of mining pickaxes, or my inventory is full.
Once you find a mining point, walk up to it as close as you can. Open your "items" menu and click on your pickaxes, then click "use". Once you have clicked "use" a small blue arrow should pop up over the mining point, provided you have the mining point in your field of view on the screen. You'll see your pickaxe swing, and you'll get a piece of rare metal. Normally, I just throw everything away except for iron and darksteel, because these are the most profitable metals to sell, and you can fill up your inventory AND bank with iron in less than a couple hour's mining effort! Normally, this is what I would do, but if you're just starting out as a miner, and have very little money for pickaxes, I recommend you take everything you mine to the auction house and sell it. Every pickaxe helps. Don't keep pebbles though, unless you really want to. They sell really low in the AH, but you might get lucky.
One other thing worth mentioning: If you're level 5 or so, take a weapon with you. Those worms drop ores sometimes, and you might get an iron ore or two from killing them. (Thought it couldn't hurt to throw that in.)
That was the hard part. Now is the easy part... selling your goods in the auction house. You should have about 30-50 pieces of iron and 1-3 pieces of darksteel after about an hour or two's work. The iron pieces sell for 500 gil to 700 gil easily, and the darksteel pieces sell for about 5k to 10k. Doing the math, that looks like about 30k gil for an hour's work. The only thing you have to worry about now is finding a way to list all of your metals in the auction house with only 7 sales slots. I highly recommend you buy another playonline content ID from the Playonline viewer. It only costs an extra dollar per month, but you can use it to make a new character on your server to help you sell. I call this an auction mule. Also with this mule, you can scout Winhurst and San'Doria and find out which city has the best prices for the darksteel and iron! Did you know that there is an NPC outside every auction house that will deliver items for you to any other character in the game's mog house? You simply click on the NPC, type the recipient's name into the field and click OK, then you put the item you wish to trade in the slot and click OK again to have it sent to him. Using this NPC, you can send your entire stock of iron to another city where the ores are more profitable. On my server, the ore sold the best from San'Doria, so I recommend you send the money to a mule character in San'Doria for the selling, and if you REALLY want to step up the sales, you can buy 2 extra content ID's for a small 2 dollars per month, and have 2 auction mules. Just scout the other cities, find out where the ores are selling the best, and sell there. If you REALLY want to get stuff sold fast you can sell from Bastok too, since the price shouldn't be too much different from San'Doria or Winhurst, and you'll have plenty to supply them with anyway... which leads me to another point. If you sell the ores for lower than the average sale price, you're going to kill the market for it. I highly suggest you sell for the same price as everyone else, using the "price history" button, or you risk ruining the ore sales for yourself and everyone else. Besides, it sells very fast. You shouldn't have to worry about anything.
Well, that's about it for the mining aspect of the guide. You can easily make 20-30k per hour doing this, and I have had many times when I filled up my 7 auction house slots with iron ore for 650 gil each, and then logged over to my auction mule to list 7 more, and by the time I got back over to my main character all 7 pieces of the ore were sold and I had to repeat the whole process! Darksteel is pretty easy to get and very profitable, also. I was able to get 2 pieces of darksteel in under an hour, and those alone are worth 7-8k gil each! One last thing: I always listed them for sale in the Bastok Auction House, but friends are telling me they sell quicker in the Jeuno one... food for thought. You might make better money if you take a character or two to Jeuno and park them there just to sell at the AH there! Good luck with the mining! I wish you only the best of luck from now on, because you're on your own, and no longer need my help!


With this method you can make about 5-10k gil per hour depending on your server. You can only do this once per character, so you'll need to make a mule for this specific purpose. You need to give your new character about 1k gil with which to purchase some slime oil from the auction house, then you take the slime oil to an NPC named "Unlucky Rat" in the Metalworks district of Bastok. You then give him the oil in exchange for a warp scroll, which sells in the auction house for 7-10k gil. However, to do this quest you have to have a certain amount of fame built up. You must run around town doing low level missions to get your fame increased until you have enough fame for him to take your slime oil. This is the part that takes about an hour to complete. Once you get the warp scroll, you simply send it to your main character, delete the quest mule, and make another new quest mule and start all over.
If you do this for 10 hours, you can earn up to 100k gil, depending on your server. There are multitudes of websites right now with final fantasy strategies and information. You can use these to find out which quests you need to complete to get high enough fame to complete this quest, simply by going to your favorite search engine and typing, "Final Fantasy xi strategies quests" in the search field. This is a pretty good way to make money too, although not as good as mining.


The justice badge quest is in Winhurst. All it needs is 1 rarab tail. You can buy a stack of rarab tails in the auction house for about 50-100 gil. In Winhurst Ports area in Winhurst, find an NPC named Kolo Lakolo and talk to him to get the quest, then give him the tail. In return you get the justice badge. Badges sell in the auction house for anywhere from 500-4000 gil from what I hear. Once you get the justice badge, give 4 wild onions to the same quest giver, and supposedly you'll get a scroll that sells in the auction house for 5k on some servers!!! You can only do this quest one time per character, so it's best to do it with an alternate, or "mule" character, so you can do it over and over again, and just buy the wild onions and rarab tails with your main character to send to your new characters. You can make almost as much money doing this method as with the mining method.


This is a very simple method, which can prove extremely profitable. It's easy to do. All you do is make 1 auction mule in each of the 3 major cities. Next you compare prices on items in that city with prices in the other cities. If the prices are lower, you buy the item and send it to your character in the other city. You then sell the item from the more profitable city, and BAM you have profit. Very easy, very simple.


There are two ways to farm fire crystals. You can do it as low as level 4, but I recommend you get to level 7-10. It's fairly simple. You get signet cast on you at your local town gates, then head out to north gusterburg where there are a lot of vultures. You kill the vultures, and nothing but the vultures, until you have a stack of fire crystals. Stacks of fire crystals sell in the auction house for about 1000-3000 gil. Very good money and you can get a stack and a half of fire crystals in about an hour.
The other way is to actually FARM the fire crystals. LOL. You buy a brass flower pot in the auction house, several vegetable seeds and some water crystals. You plant the flower pot in your mog house, and put in the vegetable seeds. You feed it water crystals now and then, and after 1-3 days you will have 17 fire crystals come out of it! I have heard rumors that you won't always get fire crystals, but you can have I think 6-8 flower pots per house, so if you use an auction mule to garden as well, you can make some really good money... 10-30k every 2-3 days for each account, minus the cost of the seeds and the water crystals. Also, I think that all gardening combinations yield something that can be sold, so you may find a combination that gives something even better than fire crystals! Just experiment! A flower pot is a very cheap investment, and if you are disappointed with the result, you're not losing much money anyway!


In the area right outside Winhurst, Sarataruba I think it's called, you will find crawlers. They look like big caterpillars. They have a chance to drop silks which sell in the auction house for 1k each on some servers.


I was told by a high level Japanese player to hunt Fungaurs in the La Thiene plateau area. If you have signet these drop dark crystals which are, on some servers, as valuable as Fire Crystals.


If you are level 15+, you can kill the Quadavs in Palbrough mines solo. I was able to earn about 5-10k per hour doing this by selling the items they drop, including back plates, fetich items, and the occasional spell.


At about level 10, give or take a few levels, you can kill any giant wasp you see, and take their honeycombs. Once you get several of them, you can combine them together to make beeswax, which sells in the auction house for a lot of money. It sells for around 15k, if I'm not mistaken, but you might want to check the auction house and see how much they're selling for before persuing this method. If they really are worth 15k each, you can make some SERIOUS money using this method!


In many areas of the game, from Bastok to San'Doria to WInhurst, there are goblins afoot. Many of these drop goblin armor, which sells for a good bit in the auction house, to the tune of 400-1000 gil each piece, and the pieces drop pretty often. Combined with the fire crystals they give you if you have signet cast on yourself, you can easily make 5k-10k per hour doing this method, and if you're a thief with treasure hunter, you can do REALLY well doing this.


As soon as you leave Bastok through the south gate, I believe you come to an area I believe called south Gusterburg. Go west as far as you can go until you see an area on the edge of the map called the Fumaroles. You can't miss the Fumaroles if you're heading to the Valkurm Dunes area from Bastok. Anyway, to the west of the Fumaroles is a big cave in the wall, leading to a set of mines. Inside are goblins and other monsters that are hard to kill unless you're about level 15. The goblins drop goblin armor and fire crystals, which both sell well, but there's a little monster in a secluded area called... I think it's called a "pincushion". It's a little blob looking thing that you can miss pretty easily. On the floor of the room they're in there should be 2-3 pincushions. They all have a pretty good chance to drop an item called fiend's blood that sells for 500-1000 gil if I remember correctly. I killed about 5-7 of them and got 2-3 bloods, so I guess it's a 20-50% chance to get one. I believe these sell well in the auction house if you want to try it out so check before you go try this method and see how much they're worth on your server. Combined with the money you can make from the goblin armor and fire crystals, this method is slightly better than the other goblin areas for loot drops! Also, there's a treasure chest somewhere in the area that sometimes contains valuable items! I think you have to find a key to get into the chest, and the key is usually dropped from monsters in the area. If I remember correctly I got it off a goblin that was casting spells. It might have been a shaman. I can't remember which one. You might be able to get the key from any of the goblins in the area, or even the other monesters. I'm not sure. Try it out, you might get lucky and get a tropical shield, 500 gil, or even better!


Go to your local carpentry guild, and buy as many stacks of lumber as are available. I have heard reports that as soon as the guild opens, many or all of the lumber is bought out, so you'll have to work at it to get them. The good news: They cost about 70 gil per stack, and sell for 2000+ gil in the Auction House on many servers!


This is for higher levels... Rams are about level 21-24 so I hear, and spawn in the Konschtat Highlands and LaThiene Plateau areas. Just search for them until you find one. They are supposedly really easy to kill, and spawn all the time. Each one drops 1-6 Ram Hides, which sell for about 500-1k gil each from what I'm told. Also they drop 1-5 Ram Horns, which sell for about 2k each!! If you are a ranger or Beastmaster it helps a lot because you have wide scan, which helps you find them faster, but it's not needed. Good money to be made Ram hunting if you know where they spawn and you're high enough level to handle them!!! Also, I'm not sure where, but there are some spots online with spawn locations, so just open up and in the search field type something like "lathiene konschtat ram spawn location" or something to that effect. It might be random though.


On the Muhara Selbino boat they sell sinking lures which sell on the auction house for a pretty good chunk of change. You can buy them for about 500 gil off the merchant, and on some servers, they sell in the auction house for up to 2500 gil!!!


At around level 30, it's safe to hunt the Gobbues in the Pashhow Marshes near the highlands... I'm not sure, but I think they give crystals and other loots, but the important one they drop is Buyahdu moss. You can get a stack of moss in about a half hour to an hour of killing them. I'm not sure about how much they sell for in the Auction House, but I know that you can take them to a man near some sheep in Selbina for 600 gil each, PLUS fame with Bastok, Jeuno and San'Doria! In 1-2 days you can max out all those fames using this trick, plus 7.2k gil per stack of the moss isn't bad money! They also drop cuttings which are worth quite a bit! Try it out if you're level 30+! It's excellent money and faction combined!


Most people already know this one, but Leaping Lizzy is a notorious monster at about F-8 in South Gusterburg that spawns in the middle of groups of lizards! He's about level 10-11, so look for him, if you think you can handle him! He drops "Leaping Boots" that sell for 200k!!!


If you are level 30+, or have a skilled party, each about 23-27, you can hunt the Emperor. He drops a hairpin that sells for 200 to 400k gil!!!! He spawns just West of Selbino, and just North of the beach in Valkurm Dunes, right on the border of D-8 and E-8, and also possibly near some trees somewhere near there. He spawns every hour or two.


For this method, you have to be a Ninja. You pull off some really good sneak/invis tricks to finish the first part of this method, and if you aren't careful you could die unless you're level 40-50. Sneak oils should be fine for keeping you alive, but there's a chance after you open the chest in the Utsusemi method that you might get attacked and killed. I recommend for all the methods together, you have at least 7-10 sneak oils. A good idea is to just change to a level 1 job before starting, that way if you die you only lose experience in a job you don't really need. With this method you can earn 200k+ easily, but getting the fame up high enough to do the quests involved takes a few days. Make sure you have a silver beast coin as well, before attempting these quests.
To get the fame, you must farm 200 to 250 Yaggudo Necklaces (Yes, I said 200 to 250) in Giddeus, East Sarutabaruta or West Sarutabaruta. These drop from all Yagudo creatures (As far as I know). To get the fame bonus, when your inventory is full of the necklaces, go to Nanaa Mihgo at J-3 in Windhurst Woods. After you've turned in a lot of necklaces, like 100-200, go to Lower Jeuno, to the Neptune's Inn near the Auction House. There is an NPC there, behind the counter, who sells rice balls. Once you get the price of the rice balls to go below 150-155 gil each, you will be ready to do the next step of this method (Each time you turn in 7 sets of 4 Yagudo necklaces to Nanaa Mihgo the price of the rice balls drop by 4).
Once you get the price of riceballs down to 150-155, go to Norg. Laisrean at H-7 is the giver of your first quest, which takes only about 2 minutes if you do it right. He asks you to get an item for him from the Sea Serpent's Grotto. The easiest way to get the item is simple: You might want to get a scroll of instant warp before you begin, and be sure you have a few sneak oils, like 5-10. Another option for the quick warp is to reset your job to one of your level 1's and just get killed at the end so you don't have to walk back, or lose any experience, since it's a level 1 job. Be sure you're using your sneak oils throughout the entire quest so you don't get killed. Zone into Sea Serpent's Grotto from Norg through the door. The path splits to the left and to the right once you go through the door. The left way leads to the Yuhtunga Jungle, so take the right on spath. From now stay on the LEFT wall. You'll see an ornamented door, so go LEFT as soon as you see the door. Continue following the left hand wall once you pass the door until you come to a large room with water puddles on the floor, and lots of Sahagins. Follow the right wall once you get to the room and you'll see another door. Examine this door several times until you get a message about silver shavings or something, then trade your silver beast coin to it and the door opens. There are Pugils on the other side of the door, so watch out. After the Pugils, continue on, trying not to fall off of any edges. Eventually, to the right you'll see a dropoff. Walk off it and keep going straight. Now, watch out for the drop on the left, which will make you fall and have to start all over. You'll come to a stone door which leads to the treasure room. Watch out for the Sea Monster. He'll attack you if you're not sneaking so watch it. The second set of chests has a ??? which is what you need to click on to get the key item that lets you finish the quest. Once you click on it, you might get aggrod by a Pugil or something, so be careful. Opening chests makes you lose sneak. Get this, and you're home free! Just find your way out, and go back to the quest giver for your reward, which is the Ninja Utsusemi: Ichi scroll which is worth 100-200k gil.

The next phase of this quest involves getting the Hojo: Ichi Ninja scroll. The quest giver is Washu at J-8 in Norg. You have to take the empty barrel he gives you and fill it with Opo-Opo broth which is found inside a tree in the Yhoator Jungle. Return to him with this liquid and you'll recieve the Hojo: Ichi scroll which is worth 50k gil. This quest should take maybe an hour, give or take, depending on your luck. Here's how you do it: You might want to grab a scroll of instant warp before you go, so you don't have to run all the way back to Norg.
To get to the Yhoator Jungle, just go through the nearby Yuhtunga Jungle. Once you're there, basically what you do is walk around trying to find the ??? which should be a tree that has the Opo-Opo in it. Just run around hitting Tab all over the Jungle until you find it. Don't get discouraged if it starts to take a long time. It's pretty random sometimes, and people have bad luck as well as good! Just make sure you search the whole Jungle and don't miss any spots, and you'll eventually find it! Head back to the quest giver and he'll give you your reward!

In the next and final quest you'll be going after yet another Ninja scroll... the Tonko: Ichi which is worth 30-50k. The quest giver for this final quest is Keal at H-8 in Norg. This quest is simple. You just go into Sea Serpent's Grotto via the same entrance you entered to get there for the first quest, only you follow the right wall instead of the left! After going through a total of 3 doors, you'll come tot he storage room. In the right corner there's an iron box with the key item for the chest! That's all there is to it!


In the Weaver's Guild in Winhurst, you can buy Sarutaru Cotton for 30 gil a puff, and sell it in the AH for 3.5k gil per stack!!!!


In the Jungur Forest there are enemies that spawn called walking trees. To kill these you'll need to be level 30+ but I'd recommend 35+ to be safe. The ranger wide scan ability helps a lot because spawns aren't as common. They drop dew which sells for 50-70k per stack!


You have to be pretty high level to kill these, I'd say 50 to be safe. Go to G-7 in the Beadeux area. There are oozes that spawn there every 5 min and they drop dodge earrings that sell for about 50k in the Auction House. There
is also a Notorious Monster that spawns right next to it, that drops plantbane, which sells for about 10k. In between
spawns, hunt old quadavs. They drop 50 gil as well as
quadav helmets which go for about 1k in the Auction House.


Money is really great if you just group and level up, and HAVE FUN!!!! Just thought I'd throw that in for the sake of not taking the game too seriously.

(I haven't tried the following methods yet, but in order to give you the full extent of my knowledge on gil-making in the game, I'm including them, as well. Please note that in my auction description I stated that there are 21 strategies in the guide, so that nobody would be disappointed that I havent tried some of these strategies&#33


With lumberjacking you buy hatchets instead of mining picks, and you go to Fort Ghelsba near San'Doria for all of your work. Hatchets can be bought from Ostalie in San'Doria somewhere around F-9 and E-9. They cost about 500 gil each, and sometimes can be bought at the Auction House for about 5k gil per stack. I recommend that you take with you at least a stack of hatchets, but if you're on a budget you can probably get started with as few as 3 or 4. Take some wind crystals with you as well, before you venture out to start mining. I recommend at least 1 whole stack, if not 2. The mobs in the first level of Fort Ghelsba are only level 6-8, so if you're level 10-11 you should be fine, and might want to leave all of your armor behind so you have more room in your inventory for the logs and lumber that you cut. I recommend that you completely clear out your inventory, unless you're a low level.
After you have supplies, you'll next need to go to Fort Ghelsba, which is close to San'Doria. To get there, you have to first go through West Ronfaure, then to Ghelsba Outpost. You must then pass through Ghelsba Outpost to get to the Fort area. The only spot you'll need to worry about for logging is the first level of the fort. The other levels should be avoided.
Once you reach Fort Ghelsba, much like mining, run around while hitting "TAB" until you see a logging point. When you see it, run up to it, and open your "items" menu. Click on your hatchets, then click "use". Once you have clicked "use" a small blue arrow should pop up over the logging point, provided you have the logging point in your field of view on the screen. You'll see your hatchet swing, and you'll get a piece of rare wood, in the form of a log. Logs don't stack with each other, and thus take up a lot of inventory space, but if you brought wind crystals with you, you can turn some of them into stackable lumber, to free up room for more. The logs you can turn into lumber using wind crystals are dependent on what your carpentry levels are, but they rise as you successfully turn more logs into lumber, so eventually this doesn't matter as much. At the early levels in carpentry, arrowood and maple are the only ones you should make into lumber. The other logs you get will have to sit in your inventory, taking up an entire inventory slot. Once you get more carpentry skill, this will change, so don't worry. You'll be much more efficient at it very soon . At the lower levels it's actually possible to turn ash into lumber as well, but it's recommended that you don't try until level 5-ish in carpentry, so you don't lose a ton of wind crystals trying to synthesize it, and risking the loss of the log itself in a failure. Willow, Holly, and Elm logs should NOT be synthesized until you're level 6 or higher. If you have anything lower than level 6 in carpentry, you'll fail. I HIGHLY recommend that you don't try to synthesize elm logs at all, as they're your biggest money making logs, and the risk of losing one is too great to try to synthesize it into lumber.
It helps to have another content ID to earn the most money from logging. These only cost an additional $1.50 per month, and the profits you can earn with the help of another ID are definitely worth $1.50 per month. Primarily, the extra content ID will be used for extra Auction House sales slots, and storage. You can log for twice as long if you have an entire character devoted to log/lumber storage, and it helps greatly to have the extra Auction House slots as well, selling the logs with both characters using all their Auction House slots. Before you start selling your logs with your extra content ID, I suggest that you make a level 1 character in each of the starting cities, and check the Auction House prices for Ash, Holly, Elm, Arrowood, Willow, and Maple logs/lumber. If one of them has really good prices on your server, you may wish to keep your extra content ID character in that city, sending the lumber/logs that you want to store on him via the NPC at every auction house, that lets you instantly send items to another character, no matter where they are. You can sell the logs/lumber entirely on this other character, while just doing your mining on the main one, or you can sell them in both Auction Houses, for faster sales. Both methods have positive sides, depending on how often you mine, and have surplus logs/lumber left over, with no room to store them.
That's basically all I know about logging! Supposedly you can earn much more money with logging than with mining, but you have to work fast, and log as quickly as possibe, so nobody else catches the logging points first!

If you go to King Ranperrs Tomb in East Ronfaure, you can kill a spook that drops a Travelers Mantle which sells for about 30k in the Auction House. You need to be about level 15 or higher to safely kill it, and they only come out at around 20:00 according to the game clock.


For this method, you need a porcelean pot, a tree sapling, and several ice crystals. All of these can be found on the Auction House. Next, go to your house and plant the tree in the pot in the Mog House. Supposedly, it takes about 21 real life days to grow into an Ice Ore. I'm not clear on whether you have to feed it an ice crystal as soon as you plant it or not, but after 5-7 real life days, the Moogle should tell you that your plant is hungry, at which time you should definitely feed it an ice crystal. Again, on about the 14th to the 17th day, you should get a message that your plant is hungry, so feed it another ice crystal. On about the 21st day, you should notice that the plant is glowing. This is when you harvest it for the Ice Crystal, which sells on the Auction House for 200k to 500k gil depending on the server you're on!!! You can grow more than one sapling at a time in your mog house, so it's possible to make a LOT of money doing this!! If you have another content ID, or more than one, you can use them for the extra Mog House slots for even MORE money!!! The content ID costs, what, $1.50 per month? That's worth several million gil profit in my opinion!!!!!!

That's the end of the guide. Good luck! You're on your own!
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100,000 Gil per Hour [ENG]
11/30/2004 - FFXI Guides & Templates - 0 Replies
If you are from Sandoria, you can form a party of 4, then go to the Gelsba Outpost and trade a Red Crytics to the Door at the outpost and fight a new Garrison type BCNM fight, which cap at levels 20. Garrison Hose are dropped which sell 110k on Bismark

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