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==New Additions==
 
==New Additions==
===[[Missions (Final Fantasy XI)|Missions]] and Quests===
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===[[Missions (Final Fantasy XI)|Missions]] and Quests===
 
{{See Also|Missions (Final Fantasy XI)/Chains of Promathia}}
 
{{See Also|Missions (Final Fantasy XI)/Chains of Promathia}}
 
As ''Chains of Promathia'' is strongly focused on new missions, new content (in particular new areas) can be progressively unlocked by clearing the missions. There are no prerequisites required to start on main story missions.
 
As ''Chains of Promathia'' is strongly focused on new missions, new content (in particular new areas) can be progressively unlocked by clearing the missions. There are no prerequisites required to start on main story missions.
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The Chebukki triplets appear in [[Federation of Windurst|Windurst]] and attempt to find their long lost father, going as far as to claim [[Yoran-Oran]] and [[Honoi-Gomoi]] to be the one. To avoid ridicule, Yoran-Oran gets the Adventurer to procure a Mimeo Mirror, an object that can view memories, in order to clear his name. The triplets leave Windurst with the belief that their father is the late [[Karuha-Baruha]] and look for Nag'molada in Jeuno.
 
The Chebukki triplets appear in [[Federation of Windurst|Windurst]] and attempt to find their long lost father, going as far as to claim [[Yoran-Oran]] and [[Honoi-Gomoi]] to be the one. To avoid ridicule, Yoran-Oran gets the Adventurer to procure a Mimeo Mirror, an object that can view memories, in order to clear his name. The triplets leave Windurst with the belief that their father is the late [[Karuha-Baruha]] and look for Nag'molada in Jeuno.
   
Ulmia appears in [[Kingdom of San d'Oria|San d'Oria]] and tries to find out more about opening the gates to Paradise to no avail. However, she discovers that Cardinal Mildaurion may still be alive. The Adventurer meets with [[Louverance]], a descendant of [[Francmage]] and learns that the Allied Expedition was originally set up by Bastok. Cid later explains he was the one who got Bastok to send the expedition to the Northlands after being sold a piece of magicite said to be a fragment of the crystal from the Northlands known as the Star of Tavnazia.
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Ulmia appears in [[San d'Oria]] and tries to find out more about opening the gates to Paradise to no avail. However, she discovers that Cardinal Mildaurion may still be alive. The Adventurer meets with [[Louverance]], a descendant of [[Francmage]] and learns that the Allied Expedition was originally set up by Bastok. Cid later explains he was the one who got Bastok to send the expedition to the Northlands after being sold a piece of magicite said to be a fragment of the crystal from the Northlands known as the Star of Tavnazia.
   
 
Nag'molada and the Chebukki triplets return to Tavnazia by airship. Prishe suddenly falls unconscious and is taken to the infirmary by Tenzen. Prishe's amulet appears to be missing and she struggles violently in her sleep. The Adventurer gives his amulet to Prishe, which stabilizes her condition. Monberaux reports that the enigmatic boy has been spotted in the ruins of [[Pso'Xja]].
 
Nag'molada and the Chebukki triplets return to Tavnazia by airship. Prishe suddenly falls unconscious and is taken to the infirmary by Tenzen. Prishe's amulet appears to be missing and she struggles violently in her sleep. The Adventurer gives his amulet to Prishe, which stabilizes her condition. Monberaux reports that the enigmatic boy has been spotted in the ruins of [[Pso'Xja]].
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