Final Fantasy 14 Moogle Treasure Event Now Live Until Next Major Patch
Final Fantasy XIV’s latest Moogle Treasure Trove event is now live. The recurring event series awards rare items in exchange for unique tomestones that players can earn by completing specific dungeons or raids. And you’ll want to take part in it to earn an adorable shiba inu handkerchief your character can wear around their neck and some real cool mounts. The event currently going on, called The Hunt For Law, will be running until the next major update, FFXIV Patch 5.3, arrives.
In this entry into the Moogle Treasure Trove series, you will earn Irregular Tomestones of Law (the unique currency specifically for this event) by successfully running Duties with a little Moogle icon next to them in your Duty Finder log. Undersized parties not using level sync will not be awarded Tomestones.
The following is the list of Duties included in this Moogle Treasure Trove event and the number of Tomestones you will be awarded upon their completion:
- The Praetorium (Lv. 50 dungeon): 10 Tomestones of Law
- The Orbonne Monestary (Lv. 70 raid): 7 Tomestones of Law
- Castrum Meridianum (Lv. 50 dungeon): 7 Tomestones of Law
- The Ridoranna Lighthouse (Lv. 70 raid): 6 Tomestones of Law
- The Royal City Of Rabanastre (Lv. 70 raid): 5 Tomestones of Law
- Aurum Vale (Lv. 47 dungeon): 5 Tomestones of Law
- Hidden Gorge (Lv. 30 PvP): 5 Tomestones of Law
- Cutter’s Cry (Lv. 38 dungeon): 4 Tomestones of Law
- Sunken Temple of Qarn (Lv. 35 dungeon): 3 Tomestones of Law
- The Stone Vigil (Lv. 41 dungeon): 3 Tomestones of Law
- Dzaemel Darkhold (Lv. 44 dungeon): 3 Tomestones of Law
Among the items you can earn during this event is the rare Mameshiba Neckerchief, which is the highest-priced item at 100 Tomestones of Law. It’s simply a cute necklace glamour for your character. The next five high-priced items, which go for 50 Tomestones of Law, include three different mounts (Ixion, Demonic Lanner, and Reveling Kamuy) and two orchestra rolls (Unspoken and Rise of the White Raven). The Qiqirn earrings are available for 30 Tomestones as well as all the Riding Maps for A Realm Reborn zones. You can check the full list of Moogle Treasure Trove items on the official Square Enix page.
FFXIV Patch 5.3 is expected to launch in late-June or early-July which will conclude this event. Players will be able to exchange their remaining Tomestones of Law for items up until the implementation of Patch 5.4, however. For more on Square Enix’s beloved MMORPG, be sure to catch up on what’s to come in FFXIV Patch 5.3, which includes the next entry in the Nier Automata crossover raid series and the long-awaited streamlining of the base game A Realm Reborn.
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