As we know, one of the most important thing that you must do before starting a new character is to choose your favorite race in FFXIV. Now, there are six races-Hyur, Miqo’te, Elezen, Roegadyn, Lalafel, Au Ra, and among of them, Miqo’te and Lalafel are the most popular based on our 6-year experience in ffxiv. It’s a truth that tens of thousands of players have spent their ffxiv gil on them. Here, Mmogah (No.1 ffxiv gil seller in google) will introduce both of them in detail.
Although the Miqo’te have a lesser presence than the other races in Eorzea, they are easily distinguished by their their large, projecting ears and restless, feline tails. Many Miqo’te like solitary lifestyles, especially males, they are too shy to contact with others. The two Miqo’te clans are separately the Seekers of the Sun and the Keepers of the Moon.
Seekers of the Sun
The self - proclaimed Seekers of the Sun, who prefer to the warm light of day, as is apparent in their reverence for Azeyma the Warden, goddess of the sun. Though few in numbers in Eorzea, a small number are accepted into everyday life in Limsa Lominsa, while others are known to make their home in the region of the Sagolii Desert. There is a breeding male and a leading male. The leading male leads the tribe, while the breeding male breeds. These jobs are not mutually exclusive, one can both lead and breed, but more often then not it is two different males.
The breeding male has to be the physically strongest of the tribe, since those that he sires need to be able to hunt. Obviously if there is a stronger male that comes around he will lose his position, and quite honestly we doubt that a male would turn down a chance to be a breeding male. This means that unless the breeding male is exceptional strong, the gene pool will change.
Their stats are as follows:
Keepers of the Moon
The nocturnal among the Miqo’te dubbed themselves the Keepers of the Moon. Who are too shy to the light of day, they revel in the night. Most of this clan offer to their deity Menphina the Lover, goddess of the moon. Though their tradition of hunting in the woods of the Black Shroud has brought conflict with the forestfolk of Gridania, many Keepers of the Moon have settled into living in the city of Gridania.
The Seekers of the Sun have the most rounded out stats out of all the races in A Realm Reborn. While the Keepers of the Moon have the lowest vitality stat, they also have the highest starting Mind stat.
The Lalafell are the smallest of the races, both rotund and diminutive, possessing a childlike countenance. As such, it is hard for any non - Lalafell to accurately gauge an individual’s age. Originally an agricultural people inhabiting the fertile islands of the south seas, they found their way to Eorzea via trade routes. They are a welcoming people, and share prosperous relationships with all of the other races of Eorzea. They split into the Plainsfolk and Dunesfolk clans. Though Lalafell culture places great emphasis on blood relations, individuals are known for getting along amicably with members of all races. The short, rotund builds of the Lalafell believes an incredible agility, and their seemingly feeble legs are capable of carrying them long distances over any terrain. Many among them are also known for possessing highly developed and cunning intellects.
The Plainsfolk have settled in La Noscea and other regions where the ground is easily cultivated and flat. Though many of them live the life of farmers, it is not uncommon to see this clan residing in Limsa Lominsa, working in the navy and fisheries. They are well known for their relaxed and carefree demeanor.
Plainsfolk’s home islands’ flat landscapes are dotted with the clan’s traditional thatched huts, beneath which lie intricate networks of underground passageways. Their distinct hair colouration - a myriad of earthy and grassy tones-helps them to blend in well with their environment, acting as an effective camouflage against world-be attackers. The long, pointy ears of the Plainsfolk are extremely sensitive, said to be able to detect the faintest scampering of the prairie’s various fauna.
They are a clever and opportunistic people, and crafty with their words. These traits have helped the Plainsfolk excel in the arena of business. The generally accepted view of Plainsfolk males is that they are a cheerful lot, with a weakness for festivals and celebrations, while the generally accepted view of Plainsfolk females is that they are a vibrant lot, with a penchant for excessive conversation.
These are their stats:
The Dunesfolk are found in the sands of Thanalan, and other arid areas. They are the founders of the merchant city Ul’dah, and are famous for being obsessed with commerce. A natural inclination to transform ideas into action has served the Dunesfolk well in their business dealings.
Perhaps the most unique characteristic of the Dunesfolk is their native dwellings - structures affixed to the backs of large beasts of burden. It is in this way that they are able to traverse the vast desert expanses of the island which they call home. The luminous eyes of the Dunesfolk are a result of a glossy, protective layer which covers the pupil, an evolutionary response to the region's glaring sunlight.
Many individuals wear a small, traditional gemstone on their forehead, a symbol of their zodiacal sign. They are adamant about scholasticism, placing the advancement of knowledge before all else. Other races tend to perceive male Dunesfolk as introverts who care more for books than the goings-on of the realm, while other races perceive female Dunesfolk as gentle souls with a love for fortune-telling and divination.
Here are their stats:
The Dunesfolk have the lowest starting stat on two of their stats, being the Strength and Vitality stats. They do, however, have the highest starting piety stat.
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