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Resist Status is a family of Job traits available in Final Fantasy XI. Each one is available to a different Job with a few being shared between two or three Jobs. Not all Jobs have such a Job trait, but those that do have only one particular strength in resisting status ailments. These benefits also help the player if they are using a Job as a subjob if they have the appropriate level.

These abilities are listed as Resist Silence, in the case of a Bard, with the particular status effect that can be resisted listed after the name. In the case of a Bard, this means that casting Silence on a bard will have a lesser likelihood of being successful and that if it is successful, it will likely not last as long on the bard.

Levels of Resistance

As a player increases in level the strength of their resist status effect will become more powerful. In the above example for a Bard, what starts as a level 5 ability is upgraded again at level 25, commonly noted as Resist Silence II, then at 45 for Resist Silence III, and finally resist status IV at level 65.

Resist Status by Job

Job Status resisted Levels gained Max resist
Bard Silence 5, 25, 45, 65 IV
Beastmaster Slow 15, 35, 55, 75 IV
Blue Mage Sleep / Gravity 30 / 69 I
Corsair Paralyze 5, 25, 45, 65 IV
Dancer Slow 20 I
Dark Knight Paralyze 20, 40, 60, 75 IV
Ninja Bind 10, 30, 50, 70 IV
Paladin Sleep 20, 40, 60 III
Puppetmaster Slow 10, 50, 70 III
Ranger Poison 20, 40, 60 III
Red Mage Petrify 10, 30, 50, 71 IV
Samurai Blind 5, 25, 45, 65 IV
Scholar Silence 10, 40, 70 III
Summoner Slow 20, 40, 60, 75 IV
Thief Gravity 20, 40, 60 III
Warrior Virus 15, 35, 55, 70 IV

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