Chocobo Raising Now Available!
kula shakerz    2006-08-22, 11:14 am.

The highly anticipated chocobo raising system of Final Fantasy XI has finally been added in yesterdays update. Now players can raise their very own chocobo. Eventually, they will be able to breed their fully grown chocobos and possibly produce rare and expensive eggs.

The process of chocobo raising begins when you trade an egg obtained from a shop or battlefield to a VCS (Vana’diel Chocobo Society) chocobo trainer (located in the stables of the three starting nations). You won’t be able to tell the attributes or coloring of your chocobo until the egg hatches.

The process of raising a chocobo from egg, to chick, to adolescent, to adult will take approximately one month (Earth time). Adventurers will work with a VCS chocobo trainer to care for their chocobo. The attributes of a fully grown chocobo will depend on the treatment it receives during this time.

For more information regarding chocobo raising visit PlayOnline.

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