Moonfire Faire 2022: Quick & Easy Guide

Moonfire Faire is back in FFXIV, and with it, there’s a new set of rewards you’re not gonna wanna miss out – especially if you’re a new player without a single swimsuit for your character. In this post, I’m going over how to start the event and how to get all the Moonfire Faire rewards! Oh, and if you’re not currently subbed to Final Fantasy XIV, don’t worry, as the event lasts until August 26th and there’s plenty of time to get it done!

In order to start the Moonfire Faire event, you need a Disciple of War or Magic at level 30, so make sure you’ve got that done first. Then, go to Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks and find Mayaru Moyaru in the Aftcastle and accept the quest “A Matter Of Course”. There are overall two quests you’ll need to complete.

Upon finishing the second quest called “Fhul Me Once”, you’ll receive a glorious, dyeable swimwear that differs for males and females, as well as the “Ever Dependable Grandmentor” achievement. In my honest opinion, the girls’ swimsuit looks a lot better, but I might just be biased. Apart from the quest rewards, you can also visit the Moonfire Faire Vendor and purchase tiny knickknacks like the Pinwheel, Bombard Bloom, Sparklers and Tracers to mess around with. Finally, there’s the Summer Bonfire, an outside furnishing item for your home if you have one, looking pretty decent as an event reward. 

And that is all there is to this particular Moonfire Faire. If you’ve got some tips of your own, make sure to leave 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!

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