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The Way of the Scholar – A FFXIV SCH Class Guide

Edit Gil is almost never seen in-game. Usually, the only time gil is seen is when using the Gil Toss command. The currency is predominantly circulated in coins of varying value.

Bane is your AoE skill.

Overview The bare minimum to playing Red Mage is simply building your Mana to 80 80 and then unleashing your melee combo with a powerful finisher. At its base, it is extremely simple and probably has the very lowest skill floor of any DPS job, making it a very attractive pick for new players. However, Red Mage has a surprising amount of hidden depth when it comes to optimization and an awful lot of thought is involved when trying to play at a high level. The reasoning for each rule is explained throughout the guide, but for those that just want to know the hows and whats without the whys, here is what to do: Managing Mana and Procs: Use this no matter what even if it means overwriting a proc.

Use Impact and Swiftcast to fish for additional procs. Prioritize using Impact over Swiftcast when fishing for procs. When to fish for a proc: If you are below 80 80 Mana and ran out of both Verstone and Verfire procs, fish for a proc. If you are below 60 60 Mana and only have a single Verstone proc OR a Verfire proc, fish for the other proc.

Whenever there is downtime cast Vercure so that you may start with a Dualcasted spell as soon as the boss is targetable. Do this regardless of what procs you have available. If you have a proc of your lower Mana, use it before going into your melee combo i.

The Art of Managing Procs: An Impactful Red Mage Guide – A FFXIV RDM Guide

Thank you for your time, and I hope you enjoy this guide. Scholar is a very flexible healing job that is capable of combining impressive healing output with significant personal DPS. One of the defining characteristics of the Scholar job is our faerie companions that join us in battle to help heal and support the party.

Please note that Minne only affects healing spells, so abilities such as Second Wind or any healing oGCDs are not boosted.

I say that because I’m probably in the second stage right now. I don’t want to feel how I need to feel, whatever the fuck that means. I don’t know what I need, besides the overwhelming urge to flee from a populated room and lock myself in a cold, dark room. I don’t grieve for those I lost; I don’t grieve differetly, because I, apparently, don’t fucking grieve — I get bitter. Not the toss-and-turn-for-four-fucking-hours, pillow-throwing, rage-inducing sleep.

Not the kind of sleep that eventually ends with laying in bed until the afternoon, only to “wake up” tired and numb. The kind of tired that feeds my ever-growing spirit of bitterness that has taken ahold and sunk its filthy fucking claws in the nape of my neck, tearing, shredding, and pulling in every direction I don’t want it to.

A rant on grief

Stacking up to 4 times, recast time on GCD, spells and auto-attack delay decreases. Each song has a duration of 30 seconds and a cooldown of 80 seconds so that a song can be up at all times. Additionally, this means one song only needs to be up for 20 seconds before the first song in the rotation is available to use again. These set of actions constitute the majority of your casts. Make sure to always be using one of these when they are available.

This is hands down the strongest Aetherflow ability Scholar has.

The Art of Managing Procs: An Impactful Red Mage Guide – A FFXIV RDM Guide

Adloquium is where the fun bit of Scholar healing starts.

A rant on grief

I learned that he had given me herpes.