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'FFXI: Wings of the Goddess (ALL) Scholar Profession Revealed - Screens

by Rainier on Nov. 6, 2007 @ 3:12 a.m. PST

Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess, the 3rd expansion pack for Square Enix MMO, includes new areas, a wide variety of new jobs, time travel, and large scale battlefields. At a Final Fantasy Fan Festival in Osaka, Japan the Final Fantasy XI team announced a new Job for the game, the Scholar.

Experience the next chapter in the immersive and ever expanding world of Vana’diel in Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess, a content-rich expansion pack that brings exciting new features to the world of Final Fantasy XI. Delve into new quests, meet new players, view new sights and experience the fourth chapter in the Final Fantasy XI MMORPG franchise

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.

Features :

  • Unravel the secrets of this exciting new chapter and discover its ties to the exciting world of Vana’diel
  • Engage in combat with powerful new monsters and foes – witness the spoils and rewards that come from defeating these ferocious enemies
  • Team up with friends from around the world and across the PlayStation 2, Windows and Xbox 360 to experience the world’s only triple cross-platform, triple-region MMORPG
  • Join a community of more than 500,000 active subscribers and 1.7 million player characters from around the world and on several platforms
  • Unlock amazing new jobs!

Whether they are in North America, Europe or Japan, Final Fantasy XI is the first massively multiplayer online role playing game capable of simultaneous multiplayer across three different platforms, allowing players to take up arms together on the PS2, Windows or Xbox 360. Requires the original Final Fantasy XI.

Ship Date: November 22, 2007

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