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Les Serveurs, aussi connus comme "Mondes", are instances of the world of Vana'diel on which players reside. Multiple servers exist because the population of the game is too great to share a single server. Servers are typically named after a summoned being or type of monster from the Final Fantasy series, or a lead enemy character from earlier games in the series.
Choisir un MondeModifier
By default, the server on which a newly created character resides will be chosen at random. However, during the Character Creation process, characters may assign themselves to a specific server by using a World Pass or Gold World Pass obtained from a World Pass Merchant.
Voir Aussi Modifier
- World Pass
- Gold World Pass
- World Pass Merchant
- Vana'diel Adventurer Recruitment Program
- Character Creation
Migration de Monde (Changement de Serveurs)Modifier
The only method that existing characters may be moved between servers is when an official World Migration from your server to another (usually new, and thus less-populated) is taking place. World Shifter NPCs (wearing the distinctive GM uniform) will appear in major cities and announcements will be posted on PlayOnline if a World Migration is announced.
Be warned that these migrations are not common and, if multiple servers are involved, you will not be able to choose the server that your character is moving to. During the scheduled migration, you will also lose any markers placed on your maps and all items left in your Delivery Box at the time of the move.
Liste des Serveurs connusModifier
There are currently 33 servers in total known to be consistently active at present.
32 of them are standard servers used by players. Atomos is the test server used for trial of experimental features and hypothetical scenarios, available only to testers and GMs and closed to the public.
Servers may be made temporarily unavailable for maintenance, emergency issues, and updates. The Japanese Server Status and US Server Status pages on the PlayOnline FFXI website will allow players to stay up to date with the status of the servers.
Serveurs Officiels actifsModifier
Les Serveurs actuellement en service sont les suivants:
|00||Bahamut||May 16, 2002|
|20||Pandemonium||November 6, 2002|
|22||Cerberus||November 7, 2002|
|23||Kujata||December 19, 2002|
|25||Seraph||March 13, 2003|
|27||Midgardsormr||June 10, 2003|
|28||Fairy||October 7, 2003|
|29||Asura||December 9, 2003|
|30||Remora||October 7, 2004|
|--||Atomos(Serveur de Test)||Unknown, most likely December 17, 2001||Internal testing only. Closed to the public.|
Serveurs qui ne sont plus en ServiceModifier
The following servers were decommissioned, mostly due to early underpopulation or the end of a specific testing period:
|ID||Nom||Date d'Activation||Date de Désactivation||Note||Raison de la Désactivation|
|ß||Chaos||December 17, 2001||April 26, 2002||Beta test server for Japanese PS2 version of Final Fantasy XI.||Testing period ended.|
|ß||Zande||Beta test server for Japanese PS2 version of Final Fantasy XI.|
|ß||Golbez||February 2002 (approximate; specific date unknown)||Beta test server for Japanese PS2 version of Final Fantasy XI.||Testing wind-down(?).|
Remaining population moved to Zande server.
|ß||Xdeath||Beta test server for Japanese PS2 version of Final Fantasy XI.|
|ß||Glasyalabolas||June 18, 2002||November 1, 2002||Beta test server for Japanese Windows version of Final Fantasy XI.||Testing period ended.|
|ß||Cactuar||June 12, 2003||October 14, 2003||Beta test server for North American PS2 and Windows versions of Final Fantasy XI. Possibly was reactivated as Asura (Need confirmation).|
|ß||Hydra||December 10, 2005||April 3, 2006||Beta test server for worldwide Xbox 360 version of Final Fantasy XI|
|25||Ixion||December 19, 2002||January 14, 2003||The name of this server still exists in the FFXI binaries, suggesting that the name may be assigned to a new server later.||Underpopulation.|
Remaining population moved to Bismarck server.
Remaining population moved to Kujata server.
Remaining population moved to Bismarck server.
These servers are uncategorized. They may not currently be active, or only active to use for specific purposes:
- --: Chocobo (date d'activation unconnue)
- This was the test server for Real Vana'diel, an internet cafe selling itself as a "Final Fantasy XI Play Zone" in the city of Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan. Il est aussi utilisé pour évenements spéciaux "en direct" comme la Boss Battle Bash event shown at E3 2005, and possibly other live events held during the US Final Fantasy XI iGames Tour.
- This server may currently be in use for inter-server team matchups in each of the three Ballista Royale tournaments.
- ??: Behemoth
- ??: Dragon
- ??: Chimera
- ??: Wyvern
- These server names are listed in the FFXI binaries. Their purpose is currently unknown.
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