FFXI: Wings of the Goddess Update – Campaign, Scholar and New Enemies

Catching up on a few recent Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess updates Square Enix has sent over the past week or so, below you can read up on details regarding History’s Greatest Conflict: Campaign and the new Scholar job (with accompanying screenshots) and take a first look at three new enemies: Gnole, Ladybug and Slug.

History’s Greatest Conflict: Campaign:

This is the collective term given to the series of battles and border skirmishes waged in the Quon and Mindartian theaters during the Crystal War.


All those wishing to serve would enlist with one of the allied army’s three main forces–the Kingdom of San d’Oria, the Republic of Bastok, or the Federation of Windurst–to combat the ever-advancing beastmen confederate comprising the Quon Host of the Orcish Empire, the Quadav Shieldwarriors, the Yagudo Theomilitary, and the Shadowlord’s Dark Kindred. However, a volunteer’s duties were not always limited to direct engagement with the enemy. Campaign endeavors also extended to tasks such as marches, supply runs, entrenchment and fortification, and cooperative maneuvers with allied forces.


It would not be an exaggeration to say it was through a delicate balance of military prowess and comprehensive strategy that these campaigns were ultimately able to lead the allies to victory.


Scholar Job Description:

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During the Crystal War, these military tacticians often served as high-ranking officers in allied forces across Vana’diel. Extensive knowledge of ancient martial theory granted them the ability to wield dual schools of magic, between which they would alternate depending on the situation at hand.


New Enemies:

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