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Valor

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Guildleve
Eorzean: Valour
Meaning: The term valor originates in the middle ages as a term for strength of mind or spirit that enables one to encounter danger with firmness.
Image Description: Portrays the scene of Saint Daniffen and the Basilisk. Muster the courage to stand against those who would threaten the weak.
Main article: Guildleves.

Pronounced "Gild-Leevz," and also referred to as just "leves," Guildleves are small, rectangular plates made of stained crystal set into a frame of precious metal, each depicting a virtuous deed of one of Eorzea's patron saints, also known as 'guardians.' When issuing tasks or quests, guilds will often provide adventurers with these plates, allowing their bearers 'leave' to take whatever steps necessary to complete the jobs, including entry into normally restricted areas, hunting or harvesting on private lands, the confiscation of goods, even negotiations with those considered enemies of the city-states.

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Perhaps the simplest leves, Valor leves only require that you slay the target enemies.
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