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==Subjobs==
 
==Subjobs==
The following are some of the most common subjob types for Beastmasters. There are other viable combinations including [[Paladin (Final Fantasy XI)|Paladin]], [[Samurai (Final Fantasy XI)|Samurai]], or [[Warrior (Final Fantasy XI)|Warrior]] that are simply not used often or have only circumstantial usefulness. Considering that Beastmaster is almost exclusively a solo job, it is left completely up to player preference how to run their character.
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The following are some of the most common subjob types for Beastmasters. It should be noted, especially with regards to Beastmaster that there are other viable combinations including [[Paladin (Final Fantasy XI)|Paladin]], [[Samurai (Final Fantasy XI)|Samurai]], or [[Warrior (Final Fantasy XI)|Warrior]] that are simply not used often or have only circumstantial usefulness. Considering that Beastmaster is almost exclusively a solo job, it is left completely up to player preference how to run their character since there will be no one to complain to the Beastmaster if he defies convention.
   
 
===[[White Mage (Final Fantasy XI)|White Mage]]===
 
===[[White Mage (Final Fantasy XI)|White Mage]]===

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