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New Items in Patch 5.21 Database


Below is a listing of all new items, weapons and armor found in Patch 5.21.

Depending on the item type, either the compatibility, stats or description will be shown. For weapons and tools, the stats will be shown, for armor the classes that can equip it will be shown, and for everything else the description will be listed.

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Items ()Stats/Compatibility/Description LeveliLvl
Diadem Balloon BugTry not to think of all of the sky-spiders that these sky-bugs will attract. Live bait for skyfishing.[BR][BR]※Only for use in the Diadem.80430
Diadem Crane FlyThe veined wings and spindly legs of the crane fly will attract a plethora of skyborne predators in no time. Presumably some part of this situation is desirable to you. Live bait for skyfishing.[BR][BR]※Only for use in the Diadem.80430
Diadem HoverwormWhat is there to say about the Diadem hoverworm? Nothing, so long as they might be listening. Live bait for skyfishing.[BR][BR]※Only for use in the Diadem.80430
Diadem Red BalloonYou'd best not set ninety-nine of these free in the skies over Ishgard, lest the knights be very cross indeed. Live bait for skyfishing.[BR][BR]※Only for use in the Diadem.80430
Albino Karakul HornThis horn of carved...horn emits a tone to which your albino karakul is well attuned.11
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' AnomalocarisThis airborne cephalopod often dives from above to savage unsuspecting anglers, as it is presumably a follower of the “get your retaliation in first” style of self-defense. However, a well-timed sidestep and a well-placed fishing net can soon turn the tables.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis SandOne of the few substances known to be both edible and highly explosive. While some spicy ingredients are said to be capable of blowing one's head off, in this case, it is no exaggeration.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudstoneBelieved to be a piece of fossilized cloud.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' CometfishNamed not for the speed with which it cuts through the water, but for the fact that, much like its namesake, having one fall on your head can be rather painful.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Cotton BollTo the untrained eye, this may appear to be no different from any other cotton boll. Those with trained eyes, however, will notice that it is pink, not the usual white.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Dawn LizardThose wondering what separates this from a non-artisanal dawn lizard need only observe the way it devours its prey. For a carnivorous, slavering scalekin, it has the most impeccable table manners, or more precisely, “blood-spattered patch of ground manners.”[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Dragon's SoulWhile most people are aware by now that this is not the soul of a dragon trapped in the rather pathetic and quite small body of a wavekin, it is nevertheless allowed to keep its incredibly impressive name.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Gobbie MaskAccording to some sources, several attempts have been made by goblins to convert the carcasses of these cephalopods into masks. Unfortunately, the retch-inducing stench is too much for most to bear, especially when in such close proximity to the face.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Hardened SapAlthough the practical applications of a piece of hardened sap are somewhat unclear, it is at least considerably less sticky than unhardened sap, which helps to keep it free of impurities such as loose hairs, bits of pocket fluff, and so on.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' JadeIn the Brume, to be “jaded” means to have a large piece of jade thrown at the back of one's head. Thankfully, the prohibitive pricing of this precious substance means that such incidents are rare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' LogAs the skybuilders prefer to use wooden planks of standardized dimensions, this log is already cut to be exactly the length they require, to minimize the carpenters' workload. One can only hope they appreciate the extra effort by throwing a few more scrips your way.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' PterodactylOne must take great care when attempting to catch one of these winged scalekin, as they may find themselves lifted from the ground. In such cases, it is normally best to let go of the rod, although the more absent-minded may find themselves clinging on for dear life for reasons that even they cannot comprehend.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' RhamphorhynchusIt is strongly advised not to attempt to spear this particular species, as more often than not, it ends up doing most of the spearing.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' RhomaleosaurusAn aquatic scalekin so enormous that one cannot help but wonder how a mere fishing rod could bear its weight.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Rock SaltIt seems there are almost as many varieties of rock salt as there are varieties of rock, if the skybuilders' somewhat arbitrary system of assigning names is to be believed.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' SkyfishSought by collectors as a rare curio rather than for its use in Ishgardian cuisine. Often used to decorate trees during the Starlight Celebration, although the smell does get to be quite noticeable after a few days.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Spring WaterRather than simply being free of impurities, this water actually possesses the ability to preemptively destroy any impurities that dare to come near it. As such, only those pure of heart can drink of it without being killed instantly, or so it is rumored.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Wheat1480
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' AdderVenomous, but not fatally so. Perfect for practical jokes and party tricks.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' AlumenWere the skybuilders less exacting in their demands, the standard alumen found in market stalls across Eorzea would be more than sufficient. Many volunteers suspect that such tasks are set merely to test their patience.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' AsphaltumPlans to use this sticky, black substance to cover the streets of Ishgard were vehemently opposed, as it would ruin the uniformly grey aesthetic─which on most days includes the sky itself.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' BarbgrassAccording to local legend, a night raid on a Temple Knights encampment was foiled when the assailants wandered into a patch of barbgrass. Nothing gives the game away quite like pained squeals of, “Oh, my poor bottom!”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' BasaltBasalt actually has very little in common with salt, despite its name being approximately two-thirds the same.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' BeehiveA bee colony will often respond to the presence of intruders by swarming their intended target and using their own body heat to cook it alive. The skybuilders have discovered that this can be utilized to keep their hands warm, although the fact that said bees are still very much capable of stinging does present a minor flaw in this otherwise brilliant idea.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' BitterlingMost creatures tend not to enjoy being pulled to their death via a hook to the mouth, but this poor specimen looks especially miserable when caught.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Blind MantaAs this species of manta uses echolocation to find its way around, it can be heard making a series of high-pitched squeals when hoisted out of the water. Many fishers end up feeling sorrow for the poor beast and returning it whence it came, although the more cynically minded suspect it of intentionally wielding a pity-based form of self-defense.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Brown BoloWhile this bizarre creature is known to entangle its prey in a manner similar to its namesake, the grade 2 variety can be used as an actual bolo when thrown. Just make sure the thing is dead first or you may find yourself being the one entangled.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' CaimanThough the skybuilders are often willing to take in scalekin captured alive, they have specifically requested that any caiman presented be certifiably dead before being brought to the Firmament. Given its resemblance to a wingless dragon, the less sensible members of the populace may fear a second Dragonsong War is upon them.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud CutterOften caught accidentally by anglers in mid-cast, due to its habit of flying several fulms above the waterline.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud Drop WaterMost people realize “cloud drop” is just a fancy way to say “rain.” Not many customers would be willing to pay for mere rainwater, but cloud drop water, on the other hand...[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' CloudskipperTrue to its name, this rare species spends its entire life in the firmament (the actual firmament, not the place in Ishgard) where it skips from cloud to cloud. Sadly, its ability to remain airborne relies on the presence of said clouds, without which it falls inelegantly to the ground below.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt OreA lot less blue than one might expect, although it tastes about right.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' CoeurlfishCoeurlfish fall into the category of species that anglers would rather not have thrashing at the end of their lines, and many would rather lose their lures entirely than face its vicious fangs. Only those with nerves of steel would attempt to reel in one of these aquatic abominations─and even they are often made to regret it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper SandA special place in one of the seven hells exists for those who attempt to fob off the skybuilders by mixing in regular sand with the copper, or so the skybuilders would have one believe.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cotton BollOne of the skybuilder's children asked, “Is this what sheep are made from?” The answer was a resounding, “I'm not sure. Possibly.”[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Crystal-clear Rock SaltWith a name that long, one might be forgiven for expecting it to be some sort of miraculous super-salt, capable of turning even the blandest dish into a festival of flavor. Sadly, this is not the case, although it is nonetheless rather good as far as salt goes.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel OreHas the potential to be made into something very scary indeed, like spiked pauldrons or an enormous battleaxe. In all likelihood, however, it will probably become a slightly extravagant kettle or decorative letter opener.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' FeatherWhile even Ishgard's finest ornithologist would be hard-pressed to identify the bird from which this came, one thing is certain: there are more where this came from, unless said bird only ever possessed a single feather.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' FlaxIncluded in a surprising number of recipes and concoctions despite its only notable property being “it smells nice.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' GarpikeThe skybuilders' primary reason for requesting this especially savage variety of garpike is to limit the havoc it wreaks in whatever body of water it inhabits. There is nothing less welcoming to a school of docile freshwater dwellers looking for a new home than a snapping maw of razor-sharp teeth heading in their general direction.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' HempOne can only hope that whatever purpose the skybuilders have in mind for this hardy plant was worth depriving some herbivorous creature of its leafy goodness.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron SandIn the event that one somehow accidentally mixes this with normal sand, the two can be separated by waving a magnet nearby. This knowledge may─or more likely, may not─save your life one day.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' LutiniteSaid to be blessed by cloud spirits, which may or may not be a good thing. Still, “blessed” is infinitely preferable to “cursed.”[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Maple LogThe sap slowly leaking from the logs tends to attract ants, which even the skybuilders have yet to find a use for. This may come as a surprise considering the plethora of bizarre items they request, and it may only be a matter of time until some bright spark invents ant sandwiches.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Maple SapAny insect foolhardy enough to attempt sampling its delight will invariably find itself trapped within this glutinous substance, preserved for future generations to study and possibly experiment on. Still, there are worse ways to go than being enveloped in one's favorite sweet treat.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' MeditatorLike all meditators, this particular variety is capable of surviving out of water. The reason for its superior grading appears to be its ability to get back into water afterwards, which many of its brethren sadly lack.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mica“Mica” would make rather a nice name for a person, if it were not already taken by this rather unremarkable rock.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' MistletoeAny ancient myths describing darts made from a sprig of mistletoe neglect to mention the fact that when thrown, it displays the airborne grace of a drunken, one-winged chicken.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril SandThe bright hue of this valuable substance does make it stand out from the surrounding rocks and so forth, but only under the condition that one is able to find the damnable stuff in the first place.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite OreDue to the fact it is almost identical in appearance to mythril ore, it is sometimes known as “fool's mythril.” Conversely, actual mythril is often referred to as “fool's mythrite.”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Oak LogThe tiny acorn that grew into this mighty oak had its life cut tragically short by the cruel axe of a woodsman (or possibly woodslady). If there is any justice in the world, it will be born anew as a nice dresser or an attractive hat stand.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' OreSomething of a mixed bag of metallic elements, but as everyone knows, smithies love a good surprise. Just not when they're swinging a hammer dangerously close to their fingers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' PigmentWhile some of the skybuilders were in favor of naming this substance “purple stuff,” the need to follow a more sensible naming convention eventually prevailed.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' PirarucuThe pirarucu's habit of swallowing the lure whole means that most anglers wait until the beast is well and truly dead before they attempt to retrieve it. There is always the option of leaving it in the fish's belly─but that would be a nasty surprise for the poor soul who has to gut it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' ResinResin this pure, this beautiful is far too good for the skybuilders. Perhaps you should keep it all to yourself. They need never know.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' RockIf you think this rock is uninteresting, you should see the grade 1 skybuilders' rock, which is so plain that it can blend into any background by virtue of its sheer dullness.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock SaltThere are few dishes that cannot be improved with a sprinkling of salt. Strangely, this even includes a number of desserts, which flies in the face of all common logic.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' SilexThe name makes it sound far more sinister than it actually is.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Spring WaterDespite the potentially misleading name, it can also be collected in summer and autumn. Winter, however, is generally out of the question, for obvious reasons.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' StrawIn some parts of Eorzea, straw is used to weave hats with wide peaks to keep the sun from the wearer's eyes. Fortunately─or perhaps unfortunately─for Ishgardians, there is seldom enough sunlight to warrant such headwear, and the vicious winds would prevent the owner from remaining behatted for more than a few scant moments.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' SwitchA sharp rap across the back of the thigh in the cold, crisp Ishgardian morning air with one of these light and flexible branches is a surefire way to blow away the proverbial cobwebs of any workers caught yawning.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Tea Leaves1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Teak LogAlthough such logs are the perfect material for fashioning rafts and canoes, the distinctly frozen bodies of water that surround Ishgard scupper the locals' chances of enjoying the pleasures of boating.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' ToadOne skybuilder was heard to claim that to assign grades to living creatures is degrading. The response was, “No, taking the grade away from it would be called degrading.”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' TupuxuaraThe word “fishing” usually implies that some sort of aquatic, or at the very least, amphibious creature is the intended prey, though the paraphernalia used by anglers is equally effective for snagging flying scalekin. Whether one would actually want to or not is a separate matter entirely.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Earthcap1480
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral FlarestoneRed-hot to the touch, which makes it a bastard to carry.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Galewood LogCarried on raging winds, charged with potent aether. Probably the most powerful log in existence.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral tempest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral LevinshardIf you thought catching lightning in a bottle was difficult, catching it in a crystal fragment is even trickier. At least a bottle comes with a handy cap to keep in said lightning when caught, whereas crystal relies on nothing more than the bolt's willing cooperation.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during umbral levin.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Vampiric TapestryAnother species that largely fails to live up to its namesake, especially the “vampiric” part. As for “tapestry,” the only similarity appears to be the shared ability to stay stuck to a wall through the use of a series of well-placed pins.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' VineCareless owners of high-walled castles in faerie tales often allow these to grow over said walls, thereby allowing dashing heroes to infiltrate the premises to steal jewels, damsels in distress, scones from the pantry, and so forth.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Walnut LogThink of all the walnuts that could have grown on this tree had it not been cut down! Walnuts for breakfast, walnuts for elevenses, walnuts for luncheon... The possibilities were endless.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Wheat1430
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc OreZinc is said to prevent a number of common ailments. However, it must be noted that attempting to ingest it in its current state may actually cause problems such as broken teeth and stomachache, usually in that order.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Apron RackEvery literally or figuratively butterfingered chef needs a good apron or two.11
Azure Dragoon PortraitA commissioned portrait of Ser Estinien entitled simply Azure. Original artist unknown.11
Ballroom Etiquette - Emphatic ElucidationAn illustrated manual of how to speak powerfully and persuasively, drawing upon techniques employed by the finest orators in history. Use to learn the /insist emote.11
Ballroom Etiquette - Intelligent ImpressionsAn illustrated manual of how and when to employ books in a social setting so as to appear well-read to those around you. Use to learn the /read emote.11
Ballroom Etiquette - Well BreadAn illustrated manual providing instruction in the eating of bread, a deceptively nuanced act that philosophers have likened to a good marriage. Use to learn the /bread emote.11
Canary Yellow DyeA labor-saving yellow dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
CerberpupWith three wet little noses and three sets of adorable staring eyes, what's not to love? Aside from all of the teeth, obviously.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the Cerberpup minion.11
Cherry Pink DyeA labor-saving pink dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Coffer o' KuposThis nonsensically named coffer contains a full set of moogle-approved kupo attire.[BR][BR]Cannot be opened in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Craftsman's Apron 11
Craftsman's Leather Shoes 11
Craftsman's Leather Trousers 11
Dhalmel WhistleThis appropriately lengthy wind pipe calls a dhalmel loping to your side.11
Dragoon Blue DyeA labor-saving blue dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Fealty Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Fealty. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Garment RackFeaturing the latest in Ishgardian fashion...which is generally traditional Ishgardian fashion.11
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' AnomalocarisThis airborne cephalopod often dives from above to savage unsuspecting anglers, as it is presumably a follower of the “get your retaliation in first” style of self-defense. However, a well-timed sidestep and a well-placed fishing net can soon turn the tables.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis SandOne of the few substances known to be both edible and highly explosive. While some spicy ingredients are said to be capable of blowing one's head off, in this case, it is no exaggeration.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' BathtubIn mankind's ongoing quest to keep “water” and “not water” ever separate, few inventions have done more to further the cause than the humble bathtub.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' ChandelierMost of the diamonds are actually imitations, but thankfully, chandeliers are usually positioned high enough that no one will notice.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudstoneBelieved to be a piece of fossilized cloud.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' CometfishNamed not for the speed with which it cuts through the water, but for the fact that, much like its namesake, having one fall on your head can be rather painful.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Cotton BollTo the untrained eye, this may appear to be no different from any other cotton boll. Those with trained eyes, however, will notice that it is pink, not the usual white.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Dawn LizardThose wondering what separates this from a non-artisanal dawn lizard need only observe the way it devours its prey. For a carnivorous, slavering scalekin, it has the most impeccable table manners, or more precisely, “blood-spattered patch of ground manners.”[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Dragon's SoulWhile most people are aware by now that this is not the soul of a dragon trapped in the rather pathetic and quite small body of a wavekin, it is nevertheless allowed to keep its incredibly impressive name.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' FireplaceThe ideal place to put a fire, hence the clever name. Well, the last part, that is.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Gobbie MaskAccording to some sources, several attempts have been made by goblins to convert the carcasses of these cephalopods into masks. Unfortunately, the retch-inducing stench is too much for most to bear, especially when in such close proximity to the face.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Hardened SapAlthough the practical applications of a piece of hardened sap are somewhat unclear, it is at least considerably less sticky than unhardened sap, which helps to keep it free of impurities such as loose hairs, bits of pocket fluff, and so on.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' JadeIn the Brume, to be “jaded” means to have a large piece of jade thrown at the back of one's head. Thankfully, the prohibitive pricing of this precious substance means that such incidents are rare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' LogAs the skybuilders prefer to use wooden planks of standardized dimensions, this log is already cut to be exactly the length they require, to minimize the carpenters' workload. One can only hope they appreciate the extra effort by throwing a few more scrips your way.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' OvercoatIf dapperness could be captured, refined, and made into a wearable material, that is what this fine garment would be made from. Until then, cloth and leather will have to suffice.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' PterodactylOne must take great care when attempting to catch one of these winged scalekin, as they may find themselves lifted from the ground. In such cases, it is normally best to let go of the rod, although the more absent-minded may find themselves clinging on for dear life for reasons that even they cannot comprehend.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' QuicheIn cases such as these, “artisanal” actually means “so complex that even the chef doesn't remember what went into it,” hence the impossibility of replicating the recipe.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' RemediesIt is assumed that each of these glass phials contains something useful, as none of them are labeled. Identification by taste is probably best left to a professional or someone who is not opposed to being lightly poisoned.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' RhamphorhynchusIt is strongly advised not to attempt to spear this particular species, as more often than not, it ends up doing most of the spearing.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' RhomaleosaurusAn aquatic scalekin so enormous that one cannot help but wonder how a mere fishing rod could bear its weight.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Rock SaltIt seems there are almost as many varieties of rock salt as there are varieties of rock, if the skybuilders' somewhat arbitrary system of assigning names is to be believed.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' SkyfishSought by collectors as a rare curio rather than for its use in Ishgardian cuisine. Often used to decorate trees during the Starlight Celebration, although the smell does get to be quite noticeable after a few days.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1440
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Spring WaterRather than simply being free of impurities, this water actually possesses the ability to preemptively destroy any impurities that dare to come near it. As such, only those pure of heart can drink of it without being killed instantly, or so it is rumored.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' WallpaperGenerally less messy than covering walls with paint, although its natural tendency to tear and wrinkle with the slightest provocation is enough to make a saint swear.1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' WardrobeIf, for any reason, one has the need to hide inside, such as the unexpected return of one of the residents and so on, the air holes provided should prevent untimely suffocation. Not that there is such a thing as “timely suffocation.”1481
Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Wheat1480
Grade 2 Expert Skybuilders' Practice MaterialsAssorted low-cost materials suited for trying one's hand at expert recipes of the sort used in the Ishgardian restoration.1481
Grade 2 Skybuilders' AdderVenomous, but not fatally so. Perfect for practical jokes and party tricks.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' AlchemicThe joy gained from sampling its fragrance─reminiscent of summer meadows─normally only lasts until the caustic vapors burn the skin from the inside of one's nostrils.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' All-purpose InfusionThere may be uncertainty surrounding its exact effects, although one thing is clear: it definitely tastes as if it does one good. That is to say, revolting.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' AlloyEven in its current state, it would make a functional, if not especially elegant, murder weapon.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' AlumenWere the skybuilders less exacting in their demands, the standard alumen found in market stalls across Eorzea would be more than sufficient. Many volunteers suspect that such tasks are set merely to test their patience.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' AsphaltumPlans to use this sticky, black substance to cover the streets of Ishgard were vehemently opposed, as it would ruin the uniformly grey aesthetic─which on most days includes the sky itself.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BarbgrassAccording to local legend, a night raid on a Temple Knights encampment was foiled when the assailants wandered into a patch of barbgrass. Nothing gives the game away quite like pained squeals of, “Oh, my poor bottom!”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BasaltBasalt actually has very little in common with salt, despite its name being approximately two-thirds the same.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BedAs it stands only a few ilms off of the floor, any things that go bump in the night will have trouble squeezing under this particular bed.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BeehiveA bee colony will often respond to the presence of intruders by swarming their intended target and using their own body heat to cook it alive. The skybuilders have discovered that this can be utilized to keep their hands warm, although the fact that said bees are still very much capable of stinging does present a minor flaw in this otherwise brilliant idea.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BitterlingMost creatures tend not to enjoy being pulled to their death via a hook to the mouth, but this poor specimen looks especially miserable when caught.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Blind MantaAs this species of manta uses echolocation to find its way around, it can be heard making a series of high-pitched squeals when hoisted out of the water. Many fishers end up feeling sorrow for the poor beast and returning it whence it came, although the more cynically minded suspect it of intentionally wielding a pity-based form of self-defense.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BrazierAny meat fried on this outdoor brazier produces smoke with the uncanny ability to find its way into the eyes of those foolish enough to wander too near.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BreadWhile it is true that man cannot live on bread alone, a little bit here and there certainly does not go amiss.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' BroomThose expecting this perfectly ordinary broom to start speaking backwards or sweeping floors of its own accord will be disappointed to find it does neither, unless a passing witch is in the mood for a couple of incantations.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Brown BoloWhile this bizarre creature is known to entangle its prey in a manner similar to its namesake, the grade 2 variety can be used as an actual bolo when thrown. Just make sure the thing is dead first or you may find yourself being the one entangled.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' CaimanThough the skybuilders are often willing to take in scalekin captured alive, they have specifically requested that any caiman presented be certifiably dead before being brought to the Firmament. Given its resemblance to a wingless dragon, the less sensible members of the populace may fear a second Dragonsong War is upon them.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' ClothAs the popular Coerthan adage attests, “One can never have too much cloth.”140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud CutterOften caught accidentally by anglers in mid-cast, due to its habit of flying several fulms above the waterline.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud Drop WaterMost people realize “cloud drop” is just a fancy way to say “rain.” Not many customers would be willing to pay for mere rainwater, but cloud drop water, on the other hand...[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' CloudskipperTrue to its name, this rare species spends its entire life in the firmament (the actual firmament, not the place in Ishgard) where it skips from cloud to cloud. Sadly, its ability to remain airborne relies on the presence of said clouds, without which it falls inelegantly to the ground below.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt OreA lot less blue than one might expect, although it tastes about right.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' CoeurlfishCoeurlfish fall into the category of species that anglers would rather not have thrashing at the end of their line, and many would rather lose their lure than face its vicious fangs. Only those with nerves of steel would attempt to reel in one of these aquatic abominations, though they are often made to regret it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper SandA special place in one of the seven hells exists for those who attempt to fob off the skybuilders by mixing in regular sand with the copper, or so the skybuilders would have one believe.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cotton BollOne of the skybuilder's children asked, “Is this what sheep are made from?” The answer was a resounding, “I'm not sure. Possibly.”[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' CrateDespite much of the work in the Firmament involving taking supplies out of boxes, the need occasionally arises to put them into boxes instead. Suggestions that the skybuilders simply reuse the boxes they already have were immediately shot down, presumably by someone who stands to profit from the production of new containers.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Crosscut SawThe sound it makes as it cleaves through timber is akin to that of a person snoring. One particular linguist even went so far as to investigate a possible connection between the words “sawing” and “snoring,” and to no one's surprise but her own, discovered that nothing of the sort exists.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Crystal-clear Rock SaltWith a name that long, one might be forgiven for expecting it to be some sort of miraculous super-salt, capable of turning even the blandest dish into a festival of flavor. Sadly, this is not the case, although it is nonetheless rather good as far as salt goes.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel OreHas the potential to be made into something very scary indeed, like spiked pauldrons or an enormous battleaxe. In all likelihood, however, it will probably become a slightly extravagant kettle or decorative letter opener.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' DyeThose thinking about using this colorful dye for their own purposes should put such thoughts aside, as it is strictly for skybuilder use only. After all, one can hardly expect them to go about their work deprived of the ability to turn something purple at a moment's notice.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Embroidery FrameA firm favorite among ladies of leisure, oft held mid-stitch as they gaze wistfully from the window of their opulent bedchamber, high in their metaphorical─and in some cases, actual─ivory tower.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' FeatherWhile even Ishgard's finest ornithologist would be hard-pressed to identify the bird from which this came, one thing is certain: there are more where this came from, unless said bird only ever possessed a single feather.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' FlaxIncluded in a surprising number of recipes and concoctions despite its only notable property being “it smells nice.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' GarpikeThe skybuilders' primary reason for requesting this especially savage variety of garpike is to limit the havoc it wreaks in whatever body of water it inhabits. There is nothing less welcoming to a school of docile freshwater dwellers looking for a new home than a snapping maw of razor-sharp teeth heading in their general direction.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Grade 2 Skybuilders' GazeboPurpose-built for picnics in the great outdoors, protecting those beneath from any untimely precipitation. Unfortunately, the snow in most parts of Coerthas tends to fall in a rather sideways fashion, thus rendering this gazebo entirely pointless.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' GlovesKeepers of hounds with the tendency to bite the hand that feeds will be delighted to receive a pair of these fine gloves. The smooth lining allows the wearer to slip out easily, leaving said dog with a mouthful of tough leather, which it will soon learn makes a poor substitute for proper food.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' GrindstoneClearly, the expression “nose to the grindstone” was not meant to be taken literally, though some have chosen to find this out the hard way.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' HammerTenderizing pork with this craftsman's tool does not, as one might be forgiven for thinking given the name, turn it into ham.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' HempOne can only hope that whatever purpose the skybuilders have in mind for this hardy plant was worth depriving some herbivorous creature of its leafy goodness.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Hemp MilkWhile the layman may question exactly how one goes about milking a plant, the process is much the same as milking anything else: you give it a damned good squeeze and hope for the best.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' IngotThese would make a suitable substitute for house bricks were it not for their natural propensity to conduct cold, which is less than ideal in the freezing climes of Ishgard.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' InkWhile some may question the skybuilders' need for a specific type of ink, it is believed that this particular variety is more resistant to the cold. After all, frozen ink does not lend itself well to fine penmanship, or any sort of penmanship, for that matter.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron SandIn the event that one somehow accidentally mixes this with normal sand, the two can be separated by waving a magnet nearby. This knowledge may─or more likely, may not─save your life one day.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' LamppostThose with high ceilings in their chambers may wish to employ this as a rather extravagant bedside reading light.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' LeatherConsidered to be particularly valuable, especially by the creature to which it originally belonged.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Leather StrapsSome may wonder whether this leather was in fact more useful before it was cut into long strips. It could have been used to make a nice coat, for example.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' LongbootsAs the name implies, these boots are what some might consider long, although longer still are the grade 2 skybuilders' longlongboots.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' LutiniteSaid to be blessed by cloud spirits, which may or may not be a good thing. Still, “blessed” is infinitely preferable to “cursed.”[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Maple LogThe sap slowly leaking from the logs tends to attract ants, which even the skybuilders have yet to find a use for. This may come as a surprise considering the plethora of bizarre items they request, and it may only be a matter of time until some bright spark invents ant sandwiches.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Maple SapAny insect foolhardy enough to attempt sampling its delight will invariably find itself trapped within this glutinous substance, preserved for future generations to study and possibly experiment on. Still, there are worse ways to go than being enveloped in one's favorite sweet treat.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' MeditatorLike all meditators, this particular variety is capable of surviving out of water. The reason for its superior grading appears to be its ability to get back into water afterwards, which many of its brethren sadly lack.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.11
Grade 2 Skybuilders' MesailPerfect for protecting one's face from the accusing glares of innocent bystanders during daylight robberies and so forth, although the skybuilders have a far more pedestrian use in mind.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mica“Mica” would make rather a nice name for a person, if it were not already taken by this rather unremarkable rock.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' MistletoeAny ancient myths describing darts made from a sprig of mistletoe neglect to mention the fact that when thrown, it displays the airborne grace of a drunken, one-winged chicken.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril SandThe bright hue of this valuable substance does make it stand out from the surrounding rocks and so forth, but only under the condition that one is able to find the damnable stuff in the first place.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite OreDue to the fact it is almost identical in appearance to mythril ore, it is sometimes known as “fool's mythril.” Conversely, actual mythril is often referred to as “fool's mythrite.”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' NailsNever was the description “tough as nails” more apt, because they are, in fact, nails.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Oak LogThe tiny acorn that grew into this mighty oak had its life cut tragically short by the cruel axe of a woodsman (or possibly woodslady). If there is any justice in the world, it will be born anew as a nice dresser or an attractive hat stand.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' OreSomething of a mixed bag of metallic elements, but as everyone knows, smithies love a good surprise. Just not when they're swinging a hammer dangerously close to their fingers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' OvenComplete with raging fire and billowing smoke, which, while impressive, does make it rather troublesome to transport.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' OverallsDesigned to be worn on top of other, nicer clothes. Ideal for those who like to muck out their chocobo stables immediately before going for afternoon tea with an overbearing but wealthy aunt.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' PigmentWhile some of the skybuilders were in favor of naming this substance “purple stuff,” the need to follow a more sensible naming convention eventually prevailed.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' PirarucuThe pirarucu's habit of swallowing the lure whole means that most anglers wait until the beast is well and truly dead before they attempt to retrieve it. There is always the option of leaving it in the fish's belly─but that would be a nasty surprise for the poor soul who has to gut it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Plant OilNot only is it used by chefs, but also masseuses. Unfortunately, there is not much call for such work in Ishgard, as the general consensus is that clothes are best kept on at all times unless absolutely necessary.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' PlywoodWhile this could be combined with a few bricks to create a makeshift bench, that may fall somewhat short of the skybuilders' rather more lofty aspirations.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' ResinResin this pure, this beautiful is far too good for the skybuilders. Perhaps you should keep it all to yourself. They need never know.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' RingsAttempting to impress a potential spouse by presenting one of these mass-produced metallic circles will generally end in failure, and perhaps even a slap in the face for good measure.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' RivetsDespite their name, discussions on these commonplace metal studs tend to be anything but riveting.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' RockIf you think this rock is uninteresting, you should see the grade 1 skybuilders' rock, which is so plain that it can blend into any background by virtue of its sheer dullness.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock SaltThere are few dishes that cannot be improved with a sprinkling of salt. Strangely, this even includes a number of desserts, which flies in the face of all common logic.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 2 Skybuilders' RopePerfectly suited to pulling heavy objects. Less well suited to pushing them.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' RugSome things are best swept under one of these.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' SilexThe name makes it sound far more sinister than it actually is.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' SoapWhen combined with an empty stocking, can be used as a makeshift weapon. In Ishgard, this appears to be the most common use, since many residents have discovered that the need to wash is largely mitigated by the wearing of multiple layers of thick clothing, which does little to prevent bodily odor, but does cause it to take longer to seep through and reach the nostrils of those in the immediate vicinity.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Spring WaterDespite the potentially misleading name, it can also be collected in summer and autumn. Winter, however, is generally out of the question, for obvious reasons.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Steel PlateTo some, it may seem a shame to ruin such a beautifully square piece of metal by battering it with a hammer.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' StepladderUnlike most other items requested by the skybuilders, this one actually seems to serve some practical purpose. It can even be carried on one shoulder, allowing the bearer to pivot quickly, which leads to all sorts of hilarity as their colleagues attempt, often in vain, to avoid having their skull cracked.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' StewThe term “potluck” applies perfectly to this particular dish, as it is traditionally assembled from whatever the chef can dig up from an often poorly lit pantry. The fact that rats tend to squeak and wriggle a fair bit when picked up is probably all that prevents them from being added to the mix. The dead ones, on the other hand...1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' StillThis bizarre contraption is coveted by alchemists and culinarians alike. When asked for what purpose, the response is generally along the lines of, “Mumble, mumble, steam, mumble, mumble.”1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' StoneA strong contender for the heaviest item requested by the skybuilders. How the volunteers are expected to transport these without an exceedingly sturdy cart is anyone's guess.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' StrawIn some parts of Eorzea, straw is used to weave hats with wide peaks to keep the sun from the wearer's eyes. Fortunately─or perhaps unfortunately─for Ishgardians, there is seldom enough sunlight to warrant such headwear, and the vicious winds would prevent the owner from remaining behatted for more than a few scant moments.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' SwitchA sharp rap across the back of the thigh in the cold, crisp Ishgardian morning air with one of these light and flexible branches is a surefire way to blow away the proverbial cobwebs of any workers caught yawning.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 2 Skybuilders' TeaSkybuilders have garnered a reputation for punctuating their work with frequent tea breaks. The number of cups drunk by a laborer over the course of a single day can easily reach double digits.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Tea Leaves1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Teak LogAlthough such logs are the perfect material for fashioning rafts and canoes, the distinctly frozen bodies of water that surround Ishgard scupper the locals' chances of enjoying the pleasures of boating.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 2 Skybuilders' ToadOne skybuilder was heard to claim that to assign grades to living creatures is degrading. The response was, “No, taking the grade away from it would be called degrading.”[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' TupuxuaraThe word “fishing” usually implies that some sort of aquatic, or at the very least, amphibious creature is the intended prey, though the paraphernalia used by anglers is equally effective for snagging flying scalekin. Whether one would actually want to or not is a separate matter entirely.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Earthcap1480
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral FlarestoneRed-hot to the touch, which makes it a bastard to carry.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Galewood LogCarried on raging winds, charged with potent aether. Probably the most powerful log in existence.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral tempest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral LevinshardIf you thought catching lightning in a bottle was difficult, catching it in a crystal fragment is even trickier. At least a bottle comes with a handy cap to keep in said lightning when caught, whereas crystal relies on nothing more than the bolt's willing cooperation.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during umbral levin.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1480
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Vampiric TapestryAnother species that largely fails to live up to its namesake, especially the “vampiric” part. As for “tapestry,” the only similarity appears to be the shared ability to stay stuck to a wall through the use of a series of well-placed pins.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' VineCareless owners of high-walled castles in faerie tales often allow these to grow over said walls, thereby allowing dashing heroes to infiltrate the premises to steal jewels, damsels in distress, scones from the pantry, and so forth.[BR][BR]Used in level 70 crafting recipes.1290
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Walnut LogThink of all the walnuts that could have grown on this tree had it not been cut down! Walnuts for breakfast, walnuts for elevenses, walnuts for luncheon... The possibilities were endless.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Wheat1430
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc OreZinc is said to prevent a number of common ailments. However, it must be noted that attempting to ingest it in its current state may actually cause problems such as broken teeth and stomachache, usually in that order.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Gunmetal Black DyeA labor-saving black dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Kupo Crown 11
Kupo Jacket 11
Kupo Knit Cap 11
Kupo Shoes 11
Kupo Trousers 11
LaladileBecause small is beautiful.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the Laladile minion.11
Lizbeth CardAn uncommon (★★) card used in the game Triple Triad.11
Lord Commander PortraitA commissioned portrait of Ser Aymeric entitled The Scion of House Borel. Original artist unknown.11
Machinist BardingChocobo barding designed to pair well with machinist's garb.11
Magicked Prism (House Durendaire)This peculiar contraption creates illusions by weaving together myriad shades of light. Used by House Durendaire for celebratory purposes.11
Magicked Prism (House Dzemael)This peculiar contraption creates illusions by weaving together myriad shades of light. Used by House Dzemael for celebratory purposes.11
Magicked Prism (House Fortemps)This peculiar contraption creates illusions by weaving together myriad shades of light. Used by House Fortemps for celebratory purposes.11
Magicked Prism (House Haillenarte)This peculiar contraption creates illusions by weaving together myriad shades of light. Used by House Haillenarte for celebratory purposes.11
Magicked Prism (Ishgard)This peculiar contraption creates illusions by weaving together myriad shades of light. Used in Ishgard for celebratory purposes.11
Magicked Prism (Temple Knights)This peculiar contraption creates illusions by weaving together myriad shades of light. Used by the Temple Knights for celebratory purposes.11
MaloneIf it weren't following you around, it would be tearing hapless adventurers apart on the Diadem.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the Malone minion.11
Metallic Brass DyeA labor-saving yellow dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Modern Aesthetics - Controlled ChaosThe realm's premier publication on beauty and fashion, this limited edition of Modern Aesthetics covers, in detail, trimming and coiffing techniques for an attractively asymmetrical look that's a cut above the ordinary.[BR][BR]Use to unlock a new hairstyle at the aesthetician.11
Modern MogseatThose who sit in this chair may be unable to get up again, but consider─will they really need to?11
Moogle Round TableA charmingly rustic wooden table, attended by a trio of musical (though unmoving) moogles.11
Order Yet Undeciphered Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Order Yet Undeciphered. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Paissa PatissierCurrently in training as a culinarian, and looks the part.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the paissa patissier minion.11
Paissa ThreadpullerCurrently in training as a weaver, and looks the part.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the paissa threadpuller minion.11
Paradise Found Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Paradise Found. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
ParasolThe perfect accessory to protect you from the summer sun, spring showers, and birds seeking to relieve themselves. Use to acquire a parasol.11
Pearl White DyeA labor-saving white dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Pteranodon HornThis horn emits a primitive tone that brings a prehistoric pteranodon soaring to your side.11
Ruby Red DyeA labor-saving red dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Season One Writ of BeatificationDocumentation of noteworthy accomplishments on behalf of the Ishgardian Restoration.[BR][BR]Use to gain the “Divine Ascension” achievement for Season One.11
Season One Writ of CommendationDocumentation of noteworthy accomplishments on behalf of the Ishgardian Restoration.[BR][BR]Use to gain the “Minor Miracle” achievement for Season One.11
Sky Blue ParasolThe perfect accessory to protect you from the summer sun, spring showers, and birds seeking to relieve themselves. Use to acquire a sky blue parasol.11
Stone and Steel Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Stone and Steel. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
The Mendicant's Relish Orchestrion RollMusic roll for The Mendicant's Relish. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Turquoise Blue DyeA labor-saving blue dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11
Vanilla Yellow DyeA labor-saving yellow dye, used for coloring anything from cloth to metal.11






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