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Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess game trailer

Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess is the fourth expansion pack for Final Fantasy XI. The expansion is based in Vana'diel's past and offers new jobs. This marks the return of time travel in the Final Fantasy series; this plot point had originally been introduced as early as in Final Fantasy and was used again in Final Fantasy VIII.

Service for Wings of the Goddess commenced on November 22, 2007 (JST).


Much of the story occurs in the era of the Crystal War, twenty years in the past. The Adventurer first enters through a mysterious portal called a "Cavernous Maw" (which strongly resembles Atomos) in one of the areas surrounding Jeuno. After a short cutscene involving a mysterious "Regal Feline", the adventurer appears in an area two decades in the past, lying unconscious on the ground. They later meet with the Regal Feline, whom claims to want to lessen the pain of the era the adventurer has fallen into—the infamous Crystal War era.

The main Missions in Wings of the Goddess were released gradually via patches. The final set of missions was released in December 2010, just over three years after its release.

New Additions[]

Job classes[]

  • Dancer: A profession that was popular during the Great War, Dancers take to the front lines, dagger in hand, weaving forbidden magicks through the divinity of dance, weakening enemies and aiding fellow combatants in battle. It is the main job class of focal character Lilisette.
  • Scholar: The profession of military tacticians during the Crystal War, Scholars are adept and switching between expertise in Light and Dark magic through the use of the ancient magical tome augmented with military strategies known as the Grimoire.


This list does not include reskinned enemies of the same genus or unique bosses.


New Regions[]

Ronfaure Front
  • Southern San d'Oria [S]
  • East Ronfaure [S]
  • Everbloom Hollow
Norvallen Front
  • Batallia Downs [S]
  • Jugner Forest [S]
  • La Vaule [S]
  • The Eldieme Necropolis [S]
Gustaberg Front
  • Bastok Markets [S]
  • North Gustaberg [S]
  • Grauberg [S]
  • Ruhotz Silvermines
Derfland Front
  • Rolanberry Fields [S]
  • Pashhow Marshlands [S]
  • Vunkerl Inlet [S]
  • Beadeaux [S]
  • Crawlers' Nest [S]
Sarutabaruta Front
  • Windurst Waters [S]
  • West Sarutabaruta [S]
  • Fort Karugo-Narugo [S]
  • Ghoyu's Reverie
Aragoneu Front
  • Sauromugue Champaign [S]
  • Meriphataud Mountains [S]
  • Garlaige Citadel [S]
  • Castle Oztroja [S]
Fauregandi Front
  • Beaucedine Glacier [S]
Valdeaunia Front
  • Xarcabard [S]
  • Castle Zvahl Baileys [S]
  • Castle Zvahl Keep [S]
  • Throne Room [S]
  • Walk of Echoes

Gameplay systems[]

Listed in order of implementation.

  • Campaign
  • Campaign Battle
  • Campaign Ops
  • Sandworm Battlefields
  • Stronghold NM System
  • Moblin Maze Mongers
  • Allied Notes NM Battles
  • Succor to the Sidhe
  • Voidwalker NM System
  • Walk of Echoes
  • Voidwatch
  • Meeble Burrows


Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess Original Soundtrack.

Wings of the Goddess introduces new music for battles and areas featured in the expansion. All tracks are composed and arranged by Naoshi Mizuta, with many of them being gradually introduced together with version updates.

With Wings of the Goddess installed, the track "Wings of the Goddess" replaces "Vana'diel March" in the title screen. It reverts to the original title screen music after it fully plays once.

Three tracks introduced towards the end of the Wings of the Goddess story - "Summers Lost", "Goddess Divine", and "Everlasting Bonds", are not included in the Original Soundtrack, but have since been included in the Final Fantasy XI Original Soundtrack - Plus.

Additionally, of the two tracks released together with the final chapter of Voidwatch, only one, "Provenance Watcher", has been officially released in Sword Songs: Final Fantasy XI Battle Collection as a bonus track. The other remains unreleased.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 Discontinued as of March 2016.