There are so many things to do in the new patch, and collecting different stuff is definitely one of them. In this guide, I’m going over all the new 6.2 miscellaneous goodies, including hairstyles, fashion accessories, emotes, bardings and cards, as well as how to get them.
There are two new hairstyles introduced in 6.2, both suitable for Hrothgar and Viera, and both coming from the Island Sanctuary. One is Tall Tails that’ll cost you 6000 Seafarer’s Cowries, and the other one is Practical Ponytails, also at the price of 6000 of your blue money.
When it comes to accessories, we’ve got the Bluepowder Pixie Wings, sitting also at 6000 Seafarer’s Cowries, and only available from the Island Sanctuary and not through the Market Board like most fashion accessories, so you better be working on those building upgrades if you want them.
When it comes to emotes, the only seemingly available one right now is the /spirit emote, obtainable through PvP Series 2, at Level 5. There are also mentions of others like Deride with unknown origin, Eat Chocolate that should be the reward for the Valentione’s Day, as well as Eat Pumpkin Cookie, which should be related to All Saints’ Wake. However, we still don’t have any dates or confirmations for these events, so Spirit is the only new one you can get at the moment.
If you’re a Chocobo enjoyer, there are two new bardings to put on your bird. The first one is the Windswept Barding, which is crafted by Leatherworker, also available at the Market Board for almost a million Gil as I’m writing this. There’s also the Isle Pioneer’s Barding, costing 4000 Seafarer’s Cowries, coming from your Island Sanctuary.
Finally, when it comes to Triple Triad cards, there are a few new ones you can loot or buy. You can get Hephaistos from the Abyssos: Eighth Circle or Eighth Circle (Savage), Chief Keyward Lahabrea for 200 Bicolor Gemstones at Elpis, Barbariccia from Storm’s Crown or Storm’s Crown (Extreme), Scarmiglione for 40k MGP, Byregot for 24,8k MGP, and finally Beatrice from The Fell Court of Troia.
That’s all there is to the new 6.2 collectables, at least to my knowledge. If I missed out on mentioning anything, let me know in the comments! 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!