All FFXIV 6.3 Minions & How To Get Them!

The Endwalker 6.3 patch has been out for quite a bit now, and it’s time to go over all of the new minions made available in it. If you’ve been wanting to collect some cool loot, you’re in the right place!

We’ll start off with Mama Automation, which you can purchase from the Gold Saucer Attendant in Gold Saucer, in the Prize Claim III menu, and it’ll cost you 30 000 MGP.

Next, there’s the Bantam Train, which is crafted by Armorer, or bought at the Market Board for almost 2 million Gil. If you’re a train fan, you’ll simply have to level up an Armorer, cash out, or wait for the prices to drop.

Then, there are Wind-up Philos and Wind-up Aidoneus, both coming from The Shifting Gymnasion Agonon, which is the new Treasure Map area. If you’re not into Treasure maps, these can be terribly expensive, currently sitting at around 10 million Gil or more. If you’re into maps though, it’s a nice way to make some extra money off people who can’t resist them!

Then, there’s Suzusaurus, which comes from the Subaquatic Voyages – Bloodbreak. If you don’t have an FC house to perform these activities in, you can find it at the market board for close to 3 million Gil at the moment, which isn’t that bad considering how few people actually do the submarine missions.

Next up is Corgi, which you can get for 400 Faux Leaves from Faux Commander in Idyllshire. If you’re not a fan of Unreal Trial, you can get it at the Market Board for about 5 million Gil currently, which is a totally justifiable guilty pleasure if you ask me.

We also have the Wind-up Halone, which is arguably the cheapest one, as it drops from the Euphrosyne Alliance Raid. You can farm this one repeatedly and have a 1 in 8 chance to loot it at the end of the raid every time, so good luck!

Next up is Sky Blue Back, which you can get from your Island Sanctuary Vendor for the price of 4000 Seafarer’s Cowries, and it has no rank requirement, so if you’ve been working on your fields at all these days, you should be able to afford it. 

Finally, there’s the Wind-up Cagnazzo, with a low chance of dropping from the Lapis Manalis Dungeon, should you be so lucky. If you’re not, you can still get it from the Market Board, for about 200k Gil, which is really not that bad – especially if you don’t tend to do your Expert roulettes.

That’s pretty much all I could think of when it comes to the new minions of Endwalker 6.3. If I’ve left something out or you have any questions, let me know in the comments, and stick around for more good stuff! If you’d like to support my content and keep it going, you can do that on my Patreon, and subscribe to my YouTube channel for more easy wins in FFXIV!


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