doman enclave donations
Granted this is pricing on the market board and not vendors because the mistake is usually to just walk up to a vendor and liquidate everything for pennies on the dollar. Once I started actively engaging with the Market, I noticed just how freaking thriving it really is. So many times I will post an item and then in mere moments I get a message from the system telling me that item sold.
I would absolutely love to see more of this kind of content in the future, especially if they tie it to something substantial, such as an actual player hub. I personally enjoyed learning about the Doman culture and watching the Enclave build up. The fact that we got some pretty nice housing items , and now a cute cosmetic piece, was more than enough for me. I agree that it seems like a lot of work went into building the Enclave for a location that will probably never be a player hub. But I feel like I got plenty of rewards from seeing the series through.
If you have any direct questions I am more than willing to field them, but also know that I am by no means an expert. Past 2 weeks no advancement in story and no cutscenes or NPC’s have appeared to advance the story. I could also see how the cultural references and exploration of Doma would be more interesting. I just couldn’t really get a vibe on what that culture was like.
If you go next to Hismena over to Bertana, you can convert the Unidentifiable Shell to Grade 3 Shroud Topsoil, and Unidentifiable Ore to Grade 3 Thanalan Topsoil. So to understand the value here, each time you need to plant an item in either your Housing garden or one of the individual Pots that you can place in apartments and personal rooms, you are going to need to consume soil. This means folks who are actively growing things are going to need a lot of this, and most folks are going to be seeking the highest grade soil available.
For example each day I do one of each of the roulette and collect the reward bonus both for levelling purposes and for gaining gil. This has been my key to leveling my alts as fast as I have, is that each roulette rewards a huge chunk of bonus experience. For example, yesterday when I completed my Main Scenario Roulette I noticed that the cash reward was over 16,000 gil. Do enough of these over time and it just adds up to a large sum of money.
So as a result when I am running activities I always greed on gear regardless if I need it or not. Most players pass on everything because they don’t want the items clogging their inventory, and you can turn this instinct into paydirt by converting these items directly into grand company seals. Over the last couple of patches, we’ve been given the opportunity to assist with the reconstruction efforts at the Doman Enclave. This comes in the form of the player donating items to the basket on a desk, for which the Domans pay gil, eventually up to 200% the normal selling cost. If an item is donated by mistake, the last 100 items donated by the player can be reclaimed from the Reclamation Box for a small fee. Items reclaimed in this manner will no longer contribute to reconstruction efforts.
Note that items will be removed from the Reclamation Box upon logging out or changing areas. Basically, I am extremely active in the game and through doing my roulettes and some of the above I am earning way more cash than I can possibly spend. The biggest shift for me personally was to stop vendoring the trash in my bags, and instead first checking to see if any of it is valuable on the market.
- This morning I am going to venture forth into a topic that I admittedly am no real expert on.
- Turning these in at your grand company rewards you anywhere from hundreds of seals to thousands of seals depending on the level and rarity.
- Most players pass on everything because they don’t want the items clogging their inventory, and you can turn this instinct into paydirt by converting these items directly into grand company seals.
- I would absolutely love to see more of this kind of content in the future, especially if they tie it to something substantial, such as an actual player hub.
- These are used for a weapon quest eventually, but they serve another use.
As I have branched out into alts on other servers, I am experiencing the same sort of rapid turn on even low-level crafting materials so it is absolutely not just a Cactuar thing. After donating a total of 110,000 gil to the reconstruction effort, players will gain access to a small selection of goods from the Enclave’s Junkmonger. Another thing that you should be ignoring is the Challenge Log items. For example, I have not run a lot of FATEs this week, but in doing so I am leaving a ton of experience and a decent chunk of gil on the table. At some point, I need to go do some fates because if I do 10 that will be worth roughly 2.5 million experience and 3,000 gil. FATEs are absolutely something worth doing, so I have a feeling at some point I will do some of the ones in Il Mheg on one of my level 70 characters, since those tend to be pretty active and will be paid for doing so.
What About Poetics?
I mean, here’s a struggling enclave trying to rebuild itself, and they’re paying you double the vendor cost for “donations.” And then they thank you up and down for the materials and support they just paid you for. Once you finish the storyline for the Doman Enclave, you just can keep donating each week. Nothing will change anymore, you just get a 200% Gil boost from whatever you donate totaling 40,000 Gil. Having cast off the imperial yoke after twenty-five years, the people of Doma are free at last.
It’s too bad, too, because I feel like there could be something interesting there if the game wasn’t so divided between Doma and Ala Mhigo in terms of story. All that aside, I completely enjoyed helping to rebuild the Doman Enclave. I think this may have been an experiment in seeing what phasing and instancing can do in a city-wide fashion. We’ve seen a lot of this in building up locations for Beast Tribe quests, and now we’ve seen it in a wider scope, in the Enclave.