In addition to the anticipated Blue Mage, the [I]Final Fantasy XI[/I] expansion [I]Treasures of Aht Urhgan[/I] will come with the Corsair class. According to Kouichi Ogawa in an interview with Famitsu magazine, the Corsair class will look like a pirate, but is (surprisingly) going to be used as a support job. They will use pistols that are used in their support skills. In addition, they are going to have elements of a “gambler’ (like [I]Final Fantasy 6[/I]’s Setzer) and a “gunner” (like Mustadio from [I]Final Fantasy Tactics[/I]). In-depth details like weapons and whether they will be MP or TP-dependent are still unspecified, however. Check the official [I]Treasures of Aht Urhgan[/I] website [a]http://www.playonline.com/ff11us/ahturhgan/index.html[aa]here[/a] in the future for details.
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