Again today, after I got home, I checked my blog stats. And uhh….there are so many off-topic search keywords that lead people to my site. Well, some aren’t really off-topic, but I didn’t talk about them in detail. Some, unfortunately, were only mentioned because I was telling something related to it. So, the real answers couldn’t be found, sorry.
As now I’m quite free after clearing a shit load of work, and I cannot go anywhere while waiting for Chocobo Racing cutscene to finish, I’ll go over some of the Search Engine Terms of this week. (My blog stats system only keeps access keywords for 7 days).
ffxi chocobo raising
chocobo raising ffxi faq
Yes I’ve written about this topic. But it was mostly rough guidelines and thus the information is untidy. Maybe I should make a FAQ list? =_= Uhh when I’m not lazy, I promise I will.
My brother owns a black chocobo, and I own 2 red chocobos. You can see the pics in my blog, under “FFXI Chocobo” category. I’ve written about them and uploaded screenshots a lot.
ffxi chocobo raising day 19
chocobo raising color day 19
Day 19 is when your chocobo turns from baby (chick) to teen (adolescence). On Day 19, you’ll be able to notice the colour that it will become when it fully grows on Day 29.
ffxi chocobo learning ability
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ffxi chocobo learn story after day 64
ffxi chocobo learn ability after retire
Skill, or “abilities” as it is called in the game for chocobo, is what must be taught via “Tell a story” care option when you talk to Chocobo Caretaker at your stables. But you need to obtain the key item that is specific for the ability that you want first. Each story requires different level of minimum intelligence (discernment) of the chocobo. Some can be taught easily, needing lower discernment, while some needs much more.
On the question of “when,” well, my first red chocobo, ArashiZetsuei, learnt both Burrow and Treasure Finder on day 34, just a few days after reaching adulthood. Her discernment level was Outstanding, but I strongly believe that those stories didn’t require such high discernment.
If your chocobo doesn’t learn ability early, you can keep trying until it retires.
I have, through patience and strong will, taught my brother’s racing chocobo the ability “Gallop” on Day 89, and then after discernment became Average, “Canter” on Day 96. So, yes, chocobo can learn ability after its growth becomes stabilized on Day 64. Retired chocobo, on the other hand, cannot learn any more ability, because to teach an ability, you MUST read it a story. And reading story can only be done while chocobo is raised in the stables.
chocobo care plan ffxi
how to upgrade chocobo in ffxi
Chocobo stats, or “attributes” as it is called in the games, are;
1. Endurance : in general, this determines how long you can ride your chocobo in 1 call.
2. Strength : this is your chocobo’s speed.
3. Discernment : this is intelligence, chocobo will be dumb and won’t easily learn abilities with low discernment.
4. Receptivity : helps to increase the chance of the egg to inherit its ability and stats.
5. Energy : the HP bar which depletes when you care for your chocobo daily.
6. Affection : how much it loves you, if you neglect it, the love will drop easily.
7. Satisfaction : how full the chocobo’s tummy is. Do not feed when it reaches “Completely full.”
Care plan, is what you assign the Chocobo Caretaker at the stables to do for you on daily basis. The type of care plan activities will determine what attributes will be gained or lost.
In order to upgrade your chocobo, which I believe that the searcher meant “raising attributes,” you can pick from a lot of choices.
– Feeding, can grow stats a tiny bit. You have to choose the food carefully too.
– Assigning Care Plan, this plays an important role in growing your chocobo’s attributes.
– Kamp Kweh, get a random chance for stats up, but to participate, you need a party member who’s currently keeping a chocobo in the stables.
– Training, by using Chocobucks to pay for the upgrade that you want.
– Doing Direct Care, like taking for a walk, or reading a story, are said to help grow the stats too.
ffxi raise chocobo time real life
ff11 chocobo growth age’s
It requires daily care for 29 days before the chocobo fully grows. However, you will need a few more days to obtain the quest, getting a chocobo whistle, in order to be able to call your chocobo to a field and ride it like rental chocobo.
The Egg you give to a Chocobo Stables Person will hatch and become a chick on Day 4.
Then it will grow into a teenage or adolescence on Day 19, showing its colour.
Eventually, it will bebome an adult chocobo on day 29.
You can choose to retire it (and be able to ride it if you already gotten the whistle quest done, race it, dig treasure with it, etc) or keep raising it in the stables to gain more attributes or teach abilities.
Then, at Day 64, the Stables Person will say that your chocobo’s growth has become stabilized, meaning that it no longer gain stats from Care Plan.
You can, however, keep raising it for other purpose. Like, for examples, training for stats upgrade of your choice, or doing Kamp Kweh with friends.
Finally, on Day 129, you will be forced to retire your chocobo.
Your raised chocobo will be able to provide you the taxi service forever, even if you have selected other chocobo to be linked with your Chocobo Whistle. You only need to keep the “VCS Reg. Card.” It will have the name of your chocobo, so you won’t get confused which is whose. When you want to come back to ride, or dig, on a specific chocobo of yours, you have to register its card at the Stables Person.
Oh, right, I almost forgot… Chocobo’s day at the stables will change after 24 real life hour. And the day starts from since you traded the egg to Stables person. So, if you traded your egg at 9 P.M. (21.00) in your timezone, even though tomorrow at 11 A.M. (11.00 – before noon) is already a new day for you, the new day won’t start for your chocobo until it becomes 9 P.M. again.
how much do u need to feed chocobo ff11
You need to feed it at least one item each day. And each day you can keep feeding it until it says the chocobo is “completely full.” However, I strongly believe that your chocobo will gain back the energy (HP) according to how much you feed it. So, it’s best to feed it until completely full. Also, how much energy you spend will determine how hungry it becomes on the next day. For example, if you use only half of the energy bar, tomorrow it will say “neither hungry nor full,” allowing you to feed less food than usual.
So, I would say, each day you should feed your chocobo to full, then use up all the chocobo’s energy, then repeat on the next day.
Some food will eat up more space in your chocobo’s tummy. Like, if you feed a carrot, then a carrot, it will become just “quite full” allowing you to feed one more item. But if you feed a carrot, then an azouph green, it will become completely full. So, the order of feeding is also important.
Also, remember to ALWAYS feed food one by one for best result. Never trade a bunch of items at the same time.
ffxi chocobo affection dropping
Affection will gradually drop by default, even on Basic Care. So, if you do not check on your chocobo, do not care for it, do not feed it, the love will lower. The more advanced care plan, like Exhibiting to the public, will lower the affection faster than the basic ones like Basic care and Listening to Music. So, you need to watch out for the dropping affection and balance your daily care.
If your chocobo’s affection drop, you have several choices to choose from, and you can combine more than just 1.
– Assigning the “Rest” care plan at the Stables for one day or a few days. Because resting is the only care plan that does not lower affection.
– Choosing other care plan that lower less affection.
– Doing direct care, like watch over, wake for a walk, tell a story, etc. All of the direct care, except “Scold” will increase affection.
– Feeding affection food, for example, Azouph Green.
– Feeding energy food, like Chocolixir, in order to do more direct care on that day.
how to steal chocobo whistle
Your chocobo outwitted you, eh?
If you meant that you’re unable to steal the dirty handkerchief from the chocobo in order to get the quest’s reward from San d’Oria stables person, then I feel your pain! That happened to me A LOT too. I don’t know if it was totally random or was because my chocobo had so high Discernment =_= But yeah, whenever I tried to spy on it, it always turned!
People said that, to succeed, you need to wait until you get the message of something like “Your chocobo seems to be totally absorbed in its activity.” Because that means it was off-guard and you can steal the handkerchief easily. On the day I succeeded in stealing, I noticed that I actually had gotten that message before attempting the steal.
ffxi chocobo racing
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Racing….. Well, free run can only be registered after you’ve cleared all 3 novice races. Novice runs can be found under “Official Run” menu, when you talk to the chocobo racing NPC.
My digger chocobo could win those first 3 official races just fine, even though it was kinda slow.
It is said that Discernment (or intelligence) helps the race because it makes your chocobo manage the stamina well. So, if you have very high Discernment but only standard Strength, you can still win races.
I’ve witnessed this. My brother’s racer chocobo had lost to some other ordinary chocobo in Free Runs before. His chocobo had poor Discernment at that time. So, although it had First-Class STR and END, it still lost the race…. I think it was because it had so low Discernment that it messed up the stamina management and ended up losing speed near the end of the race, letting other chocobos pass in front. Getting 1 Chocobuck instread of 3 on so many run was upsetting!
Later on, when his Discernment improved, the race became more satisfying, though he, still, cannot outrun each of the 3 super chocobos.
I think….that’s it for today. So many sets of keywords already.
There are a few keywords that are not related to FFXI chocobo, on which I shall continue later.
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