Moogle Treasure Trove is back in Final Fantasy XIV, this time as The Hunt for Verity, going on until the launch of 6.2. If you’ve already participated in Moogle Treasure Troves, this post will be a quick catch-up guide for you, but if this is your first time, don’t worry, as I’ll get you up to speed!
The concept of Moogle Treasure Troves is pretty simple, in case you’re new to them. All you need to do is engage with the content within Duty Finder that has a little Moogle icon next to it and complete it. Tomestones will not be awarded when using adventurer squadrons or the duty support system, and are only available to players in unrestricted parties if they are using the level sync option. Upon the completion of a duty, you’ll receive irregular Tomestones in your bag, which you’ll later on exchange for the rewards you want!
Like I said, you’ll receive Irregular Tomestones of Verity in your bag, and you want to turn those in to the cute little Moogles in exchange for some awesome rewards. The exchange itself will be possible until the release of the patch 6.3, so you don’t have to rush into spending them in case you want to make that decision later. You can find the Itinerant Moogles in Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks, New Gridania, and in the Steps of Nald in Ul’dah, close to the cities’ Aetherytes.
The rewards you’ll get in exchange for the Irregular Tomestones are diverse, the most notable being a Demon Brick Earring, seemingly available only through these events. As per usual, there’s plenty of mounts, minions, orchestrion rolls, emotes, glam items, furniture and Triple Triad cards to be bought, so if you’re missing any of those items, now is a good time to level your alt jobs and acquire them.
When it comes to the duties that’ll award you the Tomestones, there’s Praetorium and The Orbonne Monastery that’ll get you 7 per run, The Ridorana Lighthouse raid that’ll award you with 6, The Royal City of Rabanastre with 5, some PvP activities that’ll give you either 3 or 5 depending on whether you win or lose, and dungeons like The Keeper of The Lake, The Lost City of Amdapor, Haukke Mannor, Castrum Meridianum and the Aurum Vale that’ll give you 4. You can get 3 tomestones per run if you go to The Porta Decumana trial or Dzemael Darkhold dungeon, 2 if you do Alphascape, Sigmascape and Deltascape Normal Raids, along with the Cloud Deck, Castrum Marinum and Cinder Drift trials.
And that is all there is to this particular Moogle Treasure Trove event. If you have your own tips on which duties to run, drop them in the comments, and if you’re more of a visual person, and you don’t mind getting easy wins in-game, you can check out all of this in my video – and subscribe for more awesome FFXIV stuff!