Ricardo Nisiide, 29, Male.
Time Zone: (GMT -3:00) Brazil, Buenos Aires, Georgetown
- My main Job: Scholar(60)
- My alts: Bard, Black Mage, Dark Knight, Dragoon, Summoner, Paladin, Warrior, Miner, Carpenter, Blacksmith, Armorer, Alchemist, White Mage, Astrologian
- About my gear and Lodestone: i256 SCH with a mix of i250 HQ crafted gear, i260 shire and i270 creator (a9s and a10s on farm). i260 anima with 133accur/133crit.
My lodestone link, I might have logged out as alt job.
http://na.finalfantasyxiv.com/lodestone ... /13178003/
- Raids and trials I have completed:
- Raids: The Final Coil of Bahamut
- Primals: Extreme modes
- Previous MMO experience: FFXIV is my first MMO.
- I describe myself as: Focused
- My control scheme: PS4 & Keyboard
- TeamSpeak 3: Yes
- Stable connection: Yes
- Microphone: Yes
- Previous Free Company: I am currently on my second Free Company. The first one I joined when I received a random invitation, but I left as it was quite empty and with little interaction. I have been on my current for around 10 months as I was invited by a friend.
- What I expect to gain from Prime: Finding a focused group for endgame content and raiding.
- What can Prime expect to gain from me: Active Player, Contribution, Quality raider
- Why do I want to join Prime: I have a friend who moved to Prime and mentioned the FC is much more serious than the one I'm currently at.
- How did I hear about Prime: Friend
- Why you should we pick me over other applicants: Because I am always trying to find new ways and research about the game
- Comment: When raiding, I like to be focused, research everything and prepare myself in advance. I am currently on a casual static, but I feel that I should be aiming for higher levels. I feel that with a more focused group, I will be able to learn more and advance quicker and deeper in the content.
- Raid Group: Any
- Raid enviroment: Semi-Hardcore
- DPS links:
https://www.fflogs.com/rankings/charact ... 51/latest/
- How I deal with criticism:
I am very open to criticism, and I always try to ask how my performance is going, and always research how to improve.