Acronyms

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ACC = Accuracy

ACN = Arcanist

AF = Artifact Armor; The iconic armor of your job that is obtained by completing the level 45 and 50 job quests. (iLvl 50)

AFK = Away From Keyboard

AK = Amdapor Keep; An entry-level level 50 dungeon that drops iLvl 60 gear.

ALC = Alchemist

Animus = The second upgrade step in the Zodiac series of weapons. Animus weapons are ILvl 100.

AoE = Area of Effect: Abilities that do damage or inflict debuffs to multiple enemies

AP = Attribute Points: points you get from leveling. You can spend the points to gain extra base attributes.

ARC = Archer

ARM = Armorer

ARR = A Realm Reborn

Atma = The first upgrade step in the Zodiac series of weapons. Atma weapons are nominally iLvl 100, but with stats between 90 and 100. Also refers to a set of items that are required to perform the upgrade.

BCoB = The Binding Coil of Bahamut; The game's main raid instance. The dungeon is split into 9 parts called "Turns", with turns 6 to 9 currently being the hardest instance in the game and also known as the Second Coil of Bahamut.

BiS = Best in Slot; The single best item for a specific class / job to use in a specific gear slot.

BLM = Black Mage

BRB = Be Right Back

BRD = Bard

BSM = Blacksmith

BTN = Botanist

CC = Crowd Control - abilities that disable or immobile enemies such as Sleep and Tri-disaster.

CD = Cooldown of abilities

CM = Castrum Meridianum; The penultimate dungeon of the story line quests.

CNJ = Conjurer

Coil = The Binding Coil of Bahamut; The game's main raid instance. The dungeon is split into 9 parts called "Turns", with turns 6 to 9 currently being the hardest instance in the game and also known as the Second Coil of Bahamut.

Crit = Critical Hit

CRP = Carpenter

CT = Crystal Tower

CUL = Culinarian

DD = Damage Dealer, a class/job that focuses on dealing damage.

DEF = Defense

DEX = Dexterity

DF = Duty Finder; A system implemented to automatically create parties of players that are wishing to enter a specific duty or instance.

DL = Darklight; An iLvl 70 gear set obtained from some level 50 dungeons. Before patch 2.2, played the same role that is now played by Myth gear.

DoH = Disciples of Hand; Classes that utilize crafting materials to create various items and gear (ALC, ARM, BSM, CLN, CRP, GSM, LTW, WVR).

DoL = Disciples of Land; Classes that gather raw materials from the Eorzea (BTN, FSH, MNR).

DoM = Disciples of Magic; Battle classes that output primarily magic damage (ACN, CNJ, THM).

DoT = Damage over Time; An ability that deals consistent damage over a given amount of time to a target.

DoW = Disciples of War; Battle classes that output primarily physical damage (ARC, GLA, LNC, MRD, PGL).

DPS = Damage Per Second or a class/job that focuses on dealing damage.

DRG = Dragoon

EN = English: English speaking players

EM/EX = Extreme Mode. A third difficulty level for trials, above NM (Normal Mode) and HM (Hard Mode).

FATE = Full Active Time Event

FC = Free Company; The FFXIV iteration of a guild. A large collection of players that can communicate together. A Free Company can use company-wide bonuses such as EXP gain and reduced teleportation rates.

FCoB = Final Coil of Bahamut

FFXIV = Final Fantasy XIV

FPS = Frames per second

FR = French: French speaking players

FSH = Fisher

GC = Grand Company; The 3 main military forces of Eorzea (The Immortal Flames, The Maelstrom, and The Order of the Twin Adder). You may join one of these forces and climb the ranks of the company after defeating Ifrit in the main story arc (lvl 20).

GCD = Global Cooldown - cooldown shared by multiple abilities

GG = Good Game.

GH = Guildhest

GL = Guildleve

GM = Game Master

GLA = Gladiator

GSM = Goldsmith

HM = Hard Mode Trials or Dungeons; A variation of a duty that is attainable at level 50. Hard mode variations are, as implied, increased difficulty and include more complex boss mechanics.

HoT = Heal over Time; An ability that consistently heals a target over a given amount of time.

HP = HP

HQ = High Quality; A higher quality version of a craftable item or gear that will give higher stats than it's Normal Quality (NQ) counterpart. It is required that a crafter attain enough quality points in the crafting process to produce a High Quality item.

iLvl = Item Level; A property of a piece of gear that denotes the approximate effectiveness of the item. This is not the level required to equip the item. The highest item level of gear available at this time is iLvl 115.

INC = Incoming: warning for incoming enemies

INT = Intelligence

IRL = In Real Life

JP = Japanese: Japanese speaking players

LB = Limit Break; A powerful party ability in Final Fantasy that must be charged up prior to use and has varying effects depending on the class it is used by.

LF = Looking for; A common term used when searching for things or people. Variations include LFG, LFM and LFP being Looking For Group, Looking For More, and Looking For Party.

LoS = Line of Sight

LS = Link Shell; A permanent chat channel in which a collection of players can communicate together. Often formed to find players of similar interests with which you can play with together.

MB = Market Board

MIN = Miner

MND = Mind

MNK = Monk

Mob = Monster

MP = MP

MRD = Marauder

MT = 1) Miss Tell, sending a whisper/tell to the wrong person. A previously sent message was sent to the wrong recipient or chat room. 2) Main Tank, the tank responsible for handling the main/hardest hitting enemy in a fight.

Myth = Allagan Tomestones of Mythology; A currency used to purchase end-game gear and crafting materials. Obtained from completing high level dungeons.

Nexus = The fourth upgrade step in the Zodiac series of weapons. Nexus weapons are iLvl 115.

Novus = the third upgrade step in the Zodiac series of weapons. Novus weapons are iLvl 110.

NPC = Non-Player Character

NQ = Normal Quality

OMW = On My Way

OOM = Out Of Mana/MP; Used to announce to allies that you are very low or completely out of MP.

PC = Player Character

PGL = Pugilist

PIE = Piety

Philo = Obsolete. Allagan Tomestones of Philosophy; A currency once used to purchase end-game gear and crafting materials.

PLD = Paladin

Pot = Potion

Prae = The Praetorium; The final dungeon of the story line quests featuring several boss battles.

PST = Please Send Tell; Used when asking replying parties to send a message via tell. Also onomatopoeia for a whisper; whispering is another terminology for sending a private in-game message used commonly in games.

PT = Party

PUG = Pick Up Group; Used to refer to a group of players that are found via /shout chat or even duty finder. Generally any group that wasn't already previously associated with each other. Often confused as Pugilist (PGL).

PvE = Player vs. Environment - PvE activities are dungeons, trials, FATEs etc.

PvP = Player vs. Player - PvP activities are The Wolves' Den and Frontlines.

Relic/Relic Zenith = Relic Weapon; A powerful, iconic weapon that is attained through a considerably long quest chain that takes you through end-game dungeons and boss fights. A Relic weapon can be upgraded, first to a Relic Zenith and then to a Relic Atma, Animus, Novus and Nexus (see Zodiac Weapons), with new stages being added regularly.

RNG = Random Number Generator

SCH = Scholar

SB = Spirit Bond

SCoB = The Second Coil of Bahamut; also know as Binding Coil of Bahamut turns 6 to 9.

SE = Square Enix; The company that made Final Fantasy XIV A Realm Reborn.

Sold = Allagan Tomestones of Soldiery; A currency used to purchase end-game gear. As of 2.38, the amount of Tomestones of Soldiery that may be obtained in a week is limited to 450.

SR = Speed Run; Appended to advertisements when arranging parties for instances, to indicate that you are looking to finish the dungeon as quickly as possible by taking shortcuts and skipping all possible enemies. Speed run groups often look for well-geared and experienced players to run through the dungeon even faster to maximize their gains by getting more dungeons completed.

ST = Syrcus Tower; the second raid in the Crystal Tower series.

STR = Strength

THM = Thaumaturge

TP = TP

VIT = Vitality

WAR = Warrior

WB = Welcome Back

WHM = White Mage

WP = The Wanderer's Palace; Entry-level level 50 dungeon that drops iLvl 55 gear.

WS = Weaponskill

WTB = Wants to buy; Used when advertising that you are buying specific items or services from other players.

WTS = Wants to sell; Used when advertising that you are selling specific items or services from other players.

WVR = Weaver

Y = Yalm, an unit of distance in FFXIV

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