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New Items in Patch 5.31 Database


Below is a listing of all new items, weapons and armor found in Patch 5.31.

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
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' AlumenThough alumen is commonly used in the tanning of animal hide, the artisanal can supposedly be used to tan other materials, such as hair or soil. Such claims have yet to be verified, however.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' ArchaeopteryxThis remarkable creature serves as living proof of the relationship between common birds and the massive prehistoric scalekin that ruled both land and sky.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Basilisk EggMost recipients of such eggs would prefer them without a tiny, carnivorous scalekin inside.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Blind MantaOne might wonder how these eyeless creatures are able to navigate the clouds of the Diadem. While some naturalists posit that heightened tactile senses allow them to feel the winds and avoid collisions with floating rocks and other obstacles, others point out that the scratches observed in some of their bodies suggest that some are more successful at this than others.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' ClayMany apprentice potters have been known to misinterpret the meaning of “throwing a pot,” leading to hilarious capers, instant dismissal, or both.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudsharkIt is unclear how this massive, fearsome predator evolved to swim among the clouds rather than the waters preferred by its fellow wavekin, but one thing is certain─less physically imposing denizens of the Diadem doubtless wish it had not.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudstoneOne of the few stones light enough to float in water.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' GraniteGranite is said to be phaneritic, or in layman's terms, macroscopically crystalline.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' HelicoprionThese terrifying creatures are noted for their whorls of innumerous razor-sharp teeth, which allow them to shred their prey with remarkable efficiency. It is recommended to ensure the creature is duly dead before admiring these teeth whorls for yourself, lest you share a similarly grisly fate.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' LogGrade 3 and artisanal it may be, yet the name of the tree from which it came is an enigma enveloped in a mystery. Before the skybuilders and their bizarre naming conventions, it was simply...log.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' MosasaurDespite being powerful swimmers, these massive and aggressive aquatic scalekin prefer to lie in wait, pouncing on their prey from places unseen and devouring them whole.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' OscarThis strikingly colored wavekin with flowing fins is both beautiful to behold as it is appealing to the appetite─posing quite the dilemma for any angler who is skilled and fortunate enough to reel one in.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Storm ChaserWhat is it that compels the storm chaser to forsake calm and welcoming skies for the danger of raging tempests and crackling thunderbolts? Perhaps it is the same as what stirs adventurers to set forth in search of trials and tribulations to overcome.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' VineThe artisanal vines that are chosen for the Firmament tend to stand out from the common-or-garden varieties. One could say they are vine for attention.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' WyvernIs this an actual wyvern, or simply a sizable wavekin that bears a remarkable resemblance to its namesake? It is not immediately clear─and neither is why the creature is so vital for the restoration effort. It is artisanal, though, which doubtless counts for something.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 3 Artisanal Umbral Galewood SapPractically pulsating with wind-aspected aether. Also has a distinct sweet taste, although one should take care when adding it to their beverages, unless the aim is to create a literal storm in a teacup.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral tempest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' AdderAs one can imagine, there is a host of practical applications for a venomous snake in the Ishgardian reconstruction efforts. These include the production of snake wine, in which the scalekin is preserved in alcohol that gains a unique flavor and medicinal properties. In several cases, the snake has been known to spring to life after moons of being entirely submerged in the liquid.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Alligator Snapping TurtleTo count the number of fishermen who have lost fingers and toes to this savage beast one would need─well, more digits than any of those unfortunate individuals have remaining, to say the least.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' AlumenIn recent years, there have been calls to abandon the use of “pinches” as a unit of measurement for powders. However, the fact that an amount equal to a single pinch is rarely enough to cause even the most sensitive of scales to budge leads to difficulties when deciding on a weight-based standard.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Artisanal AmberThe grade is determined by the number of vilekin encased within each piece. Fewer is generally considered to be better, unless the buyer happens to be a naturalist, in which case, the opposite is true. They have been known to pay absurd amounts for the most heavily infested specimens.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Artisanal Cotton BollThese bolls contain roughly twice the amount of cotton as the regular sort, but due to the thickness of the plant's stems, take roughly twice as much effort to harvest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Artisanal Rice1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Ore“Kingly” is not an adjective that is often applied to metals of any sort, though in the case of aurum regis, it seems perfectly fitting, for some reason.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' BassThough it is not easily reeled in, many anglers breathe a sigh of relief when assigned this wavekin, if only for its easily-pronounced name. After all, shouting out “Fifteen grade 3 artisanal skybuilders' archaeopteryges submitted for your approval, sir!” and the like can be something of a chore.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Blue MedusaTake care when fishing for this spiny creature─though its gaze will not turn you to stone, the poisonous barbs that line its tentacles will have a similarly paralyzing effect.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Bomb AshSome might argue that it would be easier to locate a living bomb and wait for it to explode than to scrabble about in the dirt and undergrowth looking for particles of ash from one that had exploded previously. The problem lies in finding volunteers who are not only foolhardy enough to attempt it, but hardy enough to survive.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' BonytongueNotwithstanding its decidedly unflattering moniker, this wavekin cuts a rather striking figure with its vivid red-hued scales, leading some to wonder whatever grudge the naturalist who named it had against the poor creature.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' CatfishSome naturalists posit that, unlike its namesake, the catfish derives a degree of pleasure from having its whiskers tickled. Whether it would still appreciate this gesture when performed by the person who plucked the creature unceremoniously from the sky is another question.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Cedar LogDue to cedar being a natural repellent for moths─which can be both extremely large and ferocious in some parts─many adventurers have taken to carrying it about their person. Hefting around an entire log might be going a touch overboard, however.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' CheraxNaturalists particular about nomenclature are quick to note that the plural of “cherax” is, in fact, “cherax,” and not “cheraxes.” More practical-minded anglers are equally quick to note that knowing such trivia will not avail one in avoiding its fearsome pincers.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Cotton BollOften misheard as “cotton bowl,” which has led to several nigh-on useless pieces of fluffy tableware being submitted to the skybuilders.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron OreThough similar substances exist in other regions, the Diadem variety tends to be more highly coveted. This may simply be due to its scarcity rather than any intrinsic properties, as by and large, the more difficult something is to obtain, the more people want it.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron SandAs is often the case with items found in the Diadem, this iron sand possesses unique properties. It is magnetically attracted not only to metallic objects, but a range of organic materials, such as skin and clothing, which means it is often gathered regardless of one's intentions.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Ebony LogCare must be taken when working with ebony wood, as its sawdust is both highly flammable and toxic. Strangely, the skybuilders failed to mention this...[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Finest Rock SaltMany people prefer to keep such chunks whole so that they may be used as “salt rocks.” These are placed in the center of the dining table so that anyone who feels their meal is lacking in saltiness can simply lick it and carry on with their meal.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Fossil Dust“Despite the creature having been dead for millennia, fossilized, and then ground to dust, I was able to extrapolate its diet, breeding habits, and susceptibility to hiccups from the single, remaining fragment of vertebrae.”[BR][BR]─Excerpt from On the Trail of the Thunder Lizards[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Golden LoachOne is encouraged to take especial care when reeling in this striking specimen so as not to besmirch its pristine appearance─sadly, its tendency to thrash and turn about can make this an all-but-impossible task.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Gossamer Cotton BollIn this case, the word “gossamer” is applied in a literal sense, as each boll is covered in a fine layer of cobweb. This is kept intact until the cotton is spun into thread, which grants it extraordinary resilience to wear and tear.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' GurnardIt is said that the name of this flying wavekin is derived from the guttural grunting sound it emits as it flies through the sky, an unfortunate trait that rather detracts from its overall elegant visual aspect.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hard MudstoneMudstone may not be the most impressive of substances, but becoming a solid piece of rock after an extended period as a sticky semiliquid is something of an improvement.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hardsilver SandHardsilver's inherent hardness is somewhat difficult to gauge in granular form.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' HempCompared to the grade 2 variety, this is the good shite.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hermit GobyOne glance at this unsightly wavekin and any angler will understand why it chooses to spend the majority of its life hidden from view─though recently, some aesthetes have bafflingly come to find beauty in its grotesqueness.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' King's MantleDespite this creature's most impressive moniker─and even more impressive appearance─one is discouraged from actually attempting to wear one, as the slime and stench it exudes make it rather unsuitable as garb, for royalty or otherwise.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Lauan LogThe aesthetically pleasing bark of this particular tree allows it to be used in its natural state to give a rustic feel to a home's interior. On the other hand, “rustic” is often used to mean “we can save time and effort by convincing gullible customers that having bits of rough-cut wood all over the place is somehow desirable.”1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' MarimoA delight to observe wherever they are encountered, the sight of these green tufts of mossy fluff dancing and darting through the clouds amidst the isles of the Diadem is particularly breathtaking to behold.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' MistletoeUsed in a variety of medical treatments despite being highly toxic. Failure to adhere to the correct dosage may lead to symptoms far worse than the ailment it was meant to cure.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' MudskipperThis amphibious fish spends the better part of its time wallowing about in mire and muck, perhaps in vain hope that making itself appear as repulsive as possible will dissuade anglers from wanting to catch it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' OreThe first miner to discover this particular variety described it as “extra-ore-dinary” and was met with a chorus of groans from her peers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' PteranodonOne great mystery is how these prehistoric scalekin came to take up residence in the Diadem. A still greater mystery is why procuring them is so vital to the restoration effort.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Resin“He tried to take it from me, or at least, he looked like he wanted to. So I cut him. Can't blame a man for keeping his resin to himself, can you?”[BR][BR]─Excerpt from How to Win Friends and Execute People: Climbing the Ranks of the Temple Knights[BR][BR]by unknown author[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' RicefishSo named because it is native to the rice paddies of the Far East, one might speculate as to why this wavekin has ventured so far from home. One might also ignore such trivialities and simply reel it in, a course of action which undoubtedly would prove more fruitful.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Rock SaltThis particular type of salt is for sprinkling on rocks to make them taste better, hence the name “rock salt.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' ScorpionflyIs it a scorpion, or is it a fly? Actually, it's neither─but rather a volitant species of shrimp that vaguely resembles an amalgamation of the two disparate creatures whose name it bears.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' SesameSesame is not only a useful plant, but the mere mention of its name is believed to open many doors in a very literal sense.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' SiltstoneThis flaky, lightweight stone is a firm favorite with street performers who demonstrate their strength by smashing through rock with their bare hands.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Spring WaterThe name may indicate that there are very specific criteria to pass muster with the skybuilders, but the taste and smell are the same as almost any other type of water. That is to say: it tastes of nothing and smells of nothing.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Steppe BullfrogWhile one might indeed wonder what a so-called “steppe” bullfrog is doing amidst the floating isles of the Diadem, one might stop to consider whether the creature in question would ask the same question of you.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' SwitchMakes a satisfying “thwack” sound when swung through the air. On the other hand, attempting to actually hit something will cause it to break immediately, so it is reserved only for scare tactics.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Tea Leaves1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Thunderbolt SculpinDespite the impressive and imposing pattern of a lightning bolt running down its back, this fish gives off no notable electrical discharge, much to the relief of anglers who manage to reel one in.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Titanium OreUnlike some other ores requested by the skybuilders, they actually deigned to give the name of the type of metal they would like in this case, rather than simply “some ore.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' ToadOne of the skybuilders has been tasked with kissing every toad they receive on the off chance it being a cursed prince. This, however, is suspected to be one of the many tasks designed to keep troublesome workers out of mischief, along with polishing the coal and washing the soap.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Truespring WaterOften confused with falsespring water, which is remarkably similar apart from the fact it smells like a wet dog.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral LeviniteSome scholars maintain that levinite is the result of lightning taking solid form upon striking the earth. Most other scholars, however, maintain that this theory is bollocks.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during umbral levin.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral Magma ShardThough the name may seem at first to be an oxymoron, each fragment actually contains magma in liquid form beneath a thin crust. Anyone foolish enough to put one of these shards in their back pocket before sitting down will cause a hole to be burned not only in their breeches, but also the chair on which they sat.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral TortoiseIn addition to its craggy hide and shell protecting it from the teeth and claws of predators, the earth-aspected aether with which it is infused causes it to taste like soil. Any creatures patient and strong enough to reach the tender meat inside are invariably left disappointed.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral duststorm.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' VineA naturally occurring substitute for rope, perfect for swinging through the trees while yodeling like a buffoon.1150
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' Wheat1430
Approved Grade 3 Skybuilders' WhiteloomObserving the brilliant, nigh-silken tapestry these wavekin appear to weave as they dance and twirl through the clouds in the Diadem has lent further weight to the arguments of those who claim that its current nomenclature─and not “whiteroom”─is the proper one.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Ballroom Etiquette - Uncouth CongratulationsAn illustrated manual of congratulatory gestures best avoided in polite company. Use to learn the /highfive emote.11
Calming Checkered ParasolCreates not only a small, portable circle of shade, but exudes a calming influence. Somehow. Use to acquire a calming checkered parasol.11
Cheerful Checkered ParasolThere is something about a white background covered in many, many straight red lines that creates a cheerful atmosphere, though scholars have yet to determine exactly why. Use to acquire a cheerful checkered parasol.11
Ehll Tou CardAn uncommon (★★) card used in the game Triple Triad.11
Fortemps SofaAn ostentatious, though elegant, round seat of the sort favored by House Fortemps.11
Freefall Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Freefall. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' AlumenThough alumen is commonly used in the tanning of animal hide, the artisanal can supposedly be used to tan other materials, such as hair or soil. Such claims have yet to be verified, however.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' ApronBasically a large dishcloth with a few straps attached. However, it is these straps that earn the apron the right to be called artisanal, as they will not come undone no matter how hard they are tugged by needy children begging for cookies.1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' ArchaeopteryxThis remarkable creature serves as living proof of the relationship between common birds and the massive prehistoric scalekin that ruled both land and sky.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Basilisk EggMost recipients of such eggs would prefer them without a tiny, carnivorous scalekin inside.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Blind MantaOne might wonder how these eyeless creatures are able to navigate the clouds of the Diadem. While some naturalists posit that heightened tactile senses allow them to feel the winds and avoid collisions with floating rocks and other obstacles, others point out that the scratches observed in some of their bodies suggest that some are more successful at this than others.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' ChronometerThough the use of such timepieces is still fairly limited in Ishgard, this particular model includes a bell that be set to ring at a specified time, earning it the rather catchy appellation “alarum chronometer.”1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' ClayMany apprentice potters have been known to misinterpret the meaning of “throwing a pot,” leading to hilarious capers, instant dismissal, or both.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudsharkIt is unclear how this massive, fearsome predator evolved to swim among the clouds rather than the waters preferred by its fellow wavekin, but one thing is certain─less physically imposing denizens of the Diadem doubtless wish it had not.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudstoneOne of the few stones light enough to float in water.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Door“When one door closes, another one opens? Sounds like you'd have trouble keeping out the draught.”[BR][BR]─Unknown carpenter1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Goldsmithing BenchNot only is the workbench rather lavishly made, it can also be used in the crafting of further lavishly made items.1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' GraniteGranite is said to be phaneritic, or in layman's terms, macroscopically crystalline.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' HelicoprionThese terrifying creatures are noted for their whorls of innumerous razor-sharp teeth, which allow them to shred their prey with remarkable efficiency. It is recommended to ensure the creature is duly dead before admiring these teeth whorls for yourself, lest you share a similarly grisly fate.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Leather ChairLuckily, only the upholstery is made from leather. If the inner frame were made from the same material, it would have a difficult time supporting the weight of anything heavier than a medium-sized cat.1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' LogGrade 3 and artisanal it may be, yet the name of the tree from which it came is an enigma enveloped in a mystery. Before the skybuilders and their bizarre naming conventions, it was simply...log.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' LuncheonThough an army may march on its stomach, the skybuilders choose a more effective means of forward locomotion: walking with their legs. It is for this reason they require sustenance, and this hearty meal provides exactly that, along with enough grease to kill a sasquatch.1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' MosasaurDespite being powerful swimmers, these massive and aggressive aquatic scalekin prefer to lie in wait, pouncing on their prey from places unseen and devouring them whole.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' OscarThis strikingly colored wavekin with flowing fins is both beautiful to behold as it is appealing to the appetite─posing quite the dilemma for any angler who is skilled and fortunate enough to reel one in.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Smithing BenchSuited to almost any sort of smithing besides wordsmithing, for which a regular desk will suffice.1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Storm ChaserWhat is it that compels the storm chaser to forsake calm and welcoming skies for the danger of raging tempests and crackling thunderbolts? Perhaps it is the same as what stirs adventurers to set forth in search of trials and tribulations to overcome.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' Tiled FlooringThe use of materials that are naturally cold to the touch in the chilly land of Coerthas may be considered a design flaw, but it is actually a designer floor.1511
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' VineThe artisanal vines that are chosen for the Firmament tend to stand out from the common-or-garden varieties. One could say they are vine for attention.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Artisanal Skybuilders' WyvernIs this an actual wyvern, or simply a sizable wavekin that bears a remarkable resemblance to its namesake? It is not immediately clear─and neither is why the creature is so vital for the restoration effort. It is artisanal, though, which doubtless counts for something.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 3 Skybuilders' AdderAs one can imagine, there is a host of practical applications for a venomous snake in the Ishgardian reconstruction efforts. These include the production of snake wine, in which the scalekin is preserved in alcohol that gains a unique flavor and medicinal properties. In several cases, the snake has been known to spring to life after moons of being entirely submerged in the liquid.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' All-purpose InfusionWhereas many concoctions are said to prevent various ailments, this one supposedly prevents all manner of accidents. In addition to drinking the recommended daily dose, one must avoid physical exertion, unnecessary excursions, and anything even remotely resembling danger to enjoy the effects of the infusion to their fullest.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Alligator Snapping TurtleTo count the number of fishermen who have lost fingers and toes to this savage beast one would need─well, more digits than any of those unfortunate individuals have remaining, to say the least.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 3 Skybuilders' AlloyThe favored alloy of the hoi polloi.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' AlumenIn recent years, there have been calls to abandon the use of “pinches” as a unit of measurement for powders. However, the fact that an amount equal to a single pinch is rarely enough to cause even the most sensitive of scales to budge leads to difficulties when deciding on a weight-based standard.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Artisanal AmberThe grade is determined by the number of vilekin encased within each piece. Fewer is generally considered to be better, unless the buyer happens to be a naturalist, in which case, the opposite is true. They have been known to pay absurd amounts for the most heavily infested specimens.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Artisanal Cotton BollThese bolls contain roughly twice the amount of cotton as the regular sort, but due to the thickness of the plant's stems, take roughly twice as much effort to harvest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Artisanal Rice1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Ore“Kingly” is not an adjective that is often applied to metals of any sort, though in the case of aurum regis, it seems perfectly fitting, for some reason.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' AwningProtects one's eyes from the glaring sunlight, should any of it manage to find its way through the layers of dense cloud that hang almost perpetually over Ishgard.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' BassThough it is not easily reeled in, many anglers breathe a sigh of relief when assigned this wavekin, if only for its easily-pronounced name. After all, shouting out “Fifteen grade 3 artisanal skybuilders' archaeopteryges submitted for your approval, sir!” and the like can be something of a chore.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' BedBed, bedder, bedst.[BR][BR]Never let it rest.[BR][BR]'Til your bed is bedder, and your bedder bedst.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Blue MedusaTake care when fishing for this spiny creature─though its gaze will not turn you to stone, the poisonous barbs that line its tentacles will have a similarly paralyzing effect.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Bomb AshSome might argue that it would be easier to locate a living bomb and wait for it to explode than to scrabble about in the dirt and undergrowth looking for particles of ash from one that had exploded previously. The problem lies in finding volunteers who are not only foolhardy enough to attempt it, but hardy enough to survive.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' BonytongueNotwithstanding its decidedly unflattering moniker, this wavekin cuts a rather striking figure with its vivid red-hued scales, leading some to wonder whatever grudge the naturalist who named it had against the poor creature.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 3 Skybuilders' BrazierThis traditional cooking apparatus offers Ishgardians the opportunity to enjoy two of their favorite pastimes: fried meat and not freezing to death.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' BroomThose who believe the tales of witches flying around on broomsticks have obviously never tried flying one for themselves. They take to the air about as well as a heavily armored Temple Knight takes to water, which is to say, not very.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' CatfishSome naturalists posit that, unlike its namesake, the catfish derives a degree of pleasure from having its whiskers tickled. Whether it would still appreciate this gesture when performed by the person who plucked the creature unceremoniously from the sky is another question.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Cedar LogDue to cedar being a natural repellent for moths─which can be both extremely large and ferocious in some parts─many adventurers have taken to carrying it about their person. Hefting around an entire log might be going a touch overboard, however.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' CheraxNaturalists particular about nomenclature are quick to note that the plural of “cherax” is, in fact, “cherax,” and not “cheraxes.” More practical-minded anglers are equally quick to note that knowing such trivia will not avail one in avoiding its fearsome pincers.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' ClothIn most regions, people dress according to their personal preferences. In Ishgard, people dress according to their need to not freeze to death. Cloth such as this is as essential to survival as basic sustenance, if not more, as the cold will kill you faster than an empty stomach.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' CookpotCan also be used as a makeshift bathtub by Lalafells, provided they refrain from sloshing water everywhere by making the pot sway back and forth.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Cotton BollOften misheard as “cotton bowl,” which has led to several nigh-on useless pieces of fluffy tableware being submitted to the skybuilders.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' CrateWith all the crates scattered around the Firmament, the skybuilders have need of a means of storing them. It is for this exact purpose that this particular container was designed. Calls for it to be renamed the “crate crate” have been largely ignored.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Crosscut SawExtremely effective at producing sawdust. Also cuts wood.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron OreThough similar substances exist in other regions, the Diadem variety tends to be more highly coveted. This may simply be due to its scarcity rather than any intrinsic properties, as by and large, the more difficult something is to obtain, the more people want it.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Diadem Iron SandAs if often the case with items found in the Diadem, this iron sand possesses unique properties. It is magnetically attracted not only to metallic objects, but a range of organic materials, such as skin and clothing, which means it is often gathered regardless of one's intentions.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Ebony LogCare must be taken when working with ebony wood, as its sawdust is both highly flammable and toxic. Strangely, the skybuilders failed to mention this...[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Embroidery FrameThough there is little discernible difference between the grade 2 and grade 3 embroidery frames, the name alone strongly implies that this version is infinitely superior.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Finest Rock SaltMany people prefer to keep such chunks whole so that they may be used as “salt rocks.” These are placed in the center of the dining table so that anyone who feels their meal is lacking in saltiness can simply lick it and carry on with their meal.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Fossil Dust“Despite the creature having been dead for millennia, fossilized, and then ground to dust, I was able to extrapolate its diet, breeding habits, and susceptibility to hiccups from the single, remaining fragment of vertebrae.”[BR][BR]─Excerpt from On the Trail of the Thunder Lizards[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' GlovesFor those wondering what the distinction between the grade 2 and grade 3 varieties might be, they need only smell the glove.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Golden LoachOne is encouraged to take especial care when reeling in this striking specimen so as not to besmirch its pristine appearance─sadly, its tendency to thrash and turn about can make this an all-but-impossible task.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Gossamer Cotton BollIn this case, the word “gossamer” is applied in a literal sense, as each boll is covered in a fine layer of cobweb. This is kept intact until the cotton is spun into thread, which grants it extraordinary resilience to wear and tear.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Grinding WheelPrimarily used for filing down the various materials used in goldsmithing, as well as providing an effective─though not especially portable─means of keeping fingernails short.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Growth FormulaThe original creator claims it works on almost anything, within reason. Stone, for example, stubbornly refuses to grow no matter how much formula is applied.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' GurnardIt is said that the name of this flying wavekin is derived from the guttural grunting sound it emits as it flies through the sky, an unfortunate trait that rather detracts from its overall elegant visual aspect.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hard MudstoneMudstone may not be the most impressive of substances, but becoming a solid piece of rock after an extended period as a sticky semiliquid is something of an improvement.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hardsilver SandHardsilver's inherent hardness is somewhat difficult to gauge in granular form.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' HempCompared to the grade 2 variety, this is the good shite.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hemp MilkBeing made from plant extracts, this refreshing beverage stretches the definition of what is normally considered to be milk. Then again, if seahorses and starfish are anything to go by, names can often be misleading.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Hermit GobyOne glance at this unsightly wavekin and any angler will understand why it chooses to spend the majority of its life hidden from view─though recently, some aesthetes have bafflingly come to find beauty in its grotesqueness.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Holy WaterBelieved to cure zombification. Grade 3 is claimed to grant a full recovery, whereas grade 2 only delays the onset of the symptoms, and grade 1 merely replaces the need to feast on the flesh of the living with a craving for copious amounts of bacon.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' IngotThough ingots are fairly ubiquitous in most forms of metalworking, far less commonly seen is a variation known as an outgot, which is exactly the same but upside down.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Ink“If you took away my paper, I would write on my heart. If you took away my ink, I would write on the wind.[BR][BR]...It wouldn't be an ideal way to work.”[BR][BR]─Unknown author, dreamweaver, visionary, plus actor120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' King's MantleDespite this creature's most impressive moniker─and even more impressive appearance─one is discouraged from actually attempting to wear one, as the slime and stench it exudes make it rather unsuitable as garb, for royalty or otherwise.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' LamppostKeep this lamppost away from dogs, or alternatively, keep dogs away from this lamppost. Whichever is more feasible.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Lauan LogThe aesthetically pleasing bark of this particular tree allows it to be used in its natural state to give a rustic feel to a home's interior. On the other hand, “rustic” is often used to mean “we can save time and effort by convincing gullible customers that having bits of rough-cut wood all over the place is somehow desirable.”1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' LeatherWhen choosing the name, the skybuilders were far more concerned with assigning a grade than specifying the animal from which the leather originally came. It does smell a bit like goat, if that is anything to go by.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Leather SackIf one of the workers in the Firmament is given one of these sacks, it should be taken as meaning “pack up your things and leave.” Ishgard maintains the tradition of literally giving someone the sack when their employment has been terminated.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Leather StrapsWhen times are hard, many of the poor resort to eating leather to survive. Cutting said material into strips beforehand makes it somewhat easier to digest, or at the very least, easier to chew.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' LongbootsIn other parts of Hydaelyn, people would consider wearing two pairs of socks ample protection against the cold. In Coerthas, it is common to wear two pairs of boots, one over the other, as well as maybe a couple more pairs of socks for good measure.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' MarimoA delight to observe wherever they are encountered, the sight of these green tufts of mossy fluff dancing and darting through the clouds amidst the isles of the Diadem is particularly breathtaking to behold.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' MesailThis would be perfect for protecting one's eyes from flying sparks while performing metalwork─the task it was primarily designed for─were it not for the large eyeholes.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' MistletoeUsed in a variety of medical treatments despite being highly toxic. Failure to adhere to the correct dosage may lead to symptoms far worse than the ailment it was meant to cure.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' MudskipperThis amphibious fish spends the better part of its time wallowing about in mire and muck, perhaps in vain hope that making itself appear as repulsive as possible will dissuade anglers from wanting to catch it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' NailsEven a simple table leg can be transformed into a deadly bludgeon by hammering a few of these nails into the end. Perfect for adventurers on a tight budget.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' OreThe first miner to discover this particular variety described it as “extra-ore-dinary” and was met with a chorus of groans from her peers.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' OvenLarge enough to fit a whole witch inside.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' OverallsOverall the best thing to wear over all of one's clothes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' PickaxeUseful not only for clearing rocks and debris, but also for dispatching any creatures that may emerge. In the case of Copperbell Mines, however, such creatures are often armed with pickaxes of their own.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Plant OilThe people of Ishgard have endless uses for plant oil, though the local climate is less than ideal for the cultivation of said plants, or anything to cook using said oil, for that matter.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' PlywoodSome pieces of plywood have a thin veneer covering the surface to give the impression of being made from actual wood. This specimen, however, harbors no such pretensions and is every bit as cheap as it looks.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' PteranodonOne great mystery is how these prehistoric scalekin came to take up residence in the Diadem. A still greater mystery is why procuring them is so vital to the restoration effort.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Resin“He tried to take it from me, or at least, he looked like he wanted to. So I cut him. Can't blame a man for keeping his resin to himself, can you?”[BR][BR]─Excerpt from How to Win Friends and Execute People: Climbing the Ranks of the Temple Knights[BR][BR]by unknown author[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' RicefishSo named because it is native to the rice paddies of the Far East, one might speculate as to why this wavekin has ventured so far from home. One might also ignore such trivialities and simply reel it in, a course of action which undoubtedly would prove more fruitful.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' RingsThese metal rings can apparently be joined and unjoined at will, though the only people capable of such a feat are sleight of hand artists. The skybuilders, however, are reluctant to employ such unscrupulous characters for fear of them fleecing the other workers, leaving these rings in a decidedly unjoined state.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' RivetsSome may argue that rivets are nothing more than nails without the pointy bit.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Rock SaltThis particular type of salt is for sprinkling on rocks to make them taste better, hence the name “rock salt.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' RopeThis is what string wants to be when it grows up.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' ScorpionflyIs it a scorpion, or is it a fly? Actually, it's neither─but rather a volitant species of shrimp that vaguely resembles an amalgamation of the two disparate creatures whose name it bears.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' SesameSesame is not only a useful plant, but the mere mention of its name is believed to open many doors in a very literal sense.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Sesame CookieIn order to be classed as grade 3, each cookie must contain a certain number of sesame seeds. Needless to say, counting them is one of the most tedious tasks undertaken by the skybuilders, though it works remarkably well as a cure for insomnia.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' SiltstoneThis flaky, lightweight stone is a firm favorite with street performers who demonstrate their strength by smashing through rock with their bare hands.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' SoapWhen strategically placed on the floor, a wet bar of soap can be used to form a makeshift death trap for offing heiresses and the like.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Spring WaterThe name may indicate that there are very specific criteria to pass muster with the skybuilders, but the taste and smell are the same as almost any other type of water. That is to say: it tastes of nothing and smells of nothing.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Steel PlateDespite the name, this is not a robust, metallic piece of tableware. The main reason it is unsuited to such a purpose is that there is nothing to stop peas from rolling off the edge.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' StepladderPerhaps when man and dragon have formed a stronger bond of trust, the skybuilders may take to the air on dragonback to perform all manner of tasks at higher altitudes. Until that day, mankind will just have to rely on good, old-fashioned stepladders.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Steppe BullfrogWhile one might indeed wonder what a so-called “steppe” bullfrog is doing amidst the floating isles of the Diadem, one might stop to consider whether the creature in question would ask the same question of you.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' StewThe grade 3 stew actually contains ingredients with names other than “dunno” or “not sure, but it was definitely dead when I threw it in.”1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' StoneDespite its abundance in Coerthas, the skybuilders are quick to remind others that “stone like this doesn't grow on trees.” Factually accurate, yes. Logically sound, not so much.1290
Grade 3 Skybuilders' SwitchMakes a satisfying “thwack” sound when swung through the air. On the other hand, attempting to actually hit something will cause it to break immediately, so it is reserved only for scare tactics.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 3 Skybuilders' TeaA grade 3 cup is stirred using a figure of eight motion, rather than the traditional circular movement used for the grade 2 variety. Claims that this has any discernible effect on the flavor are largely regarded as nonsense, however.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Tea Leaves1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Thunderbolt SculpinDespite the impressive and imposing pattern of a lightning bolt running down its back, this fish gives off no notable electrical discharge, much to the relief of anglers who manage to reel one in.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Titanium OreUnlike some other ores requested by the skybuilders, they actually deigned to give the name of the type of metal they would like in this case, rather than simply “some ore.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 3 Skybuilders' ToadOne of the skybuilders has been tasked with kissing every toad they receive on the off chance it being a cursed prince. This, however, is suspected to be one of the many tasks designed to keep troublesome workers out of mischief, along with polishing the coal and washing the soap.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Truespring WaterOften confused with falsespring water, which is remarkably similar apart from the fact it smells like a wet dog.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral Galewood SapPractically pulsating with wind-aspected aether. Also has a distinct sweet taste, although one should take care when adding it to their beverages, unless the aim is to create a literal storm in a teacup.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral tempest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral LeviniteSome scholars maintain that levinite is the result of lightning taking solid form upon striking the earth. Most other scholars, however, maintain that this theory is bollocks.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during umbral levin.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral Magma ShardThough the name may seem at first to be an oxymoron, each fragment actually contains magma in liquid form beneath a thin crust. Anyone foolish enough to put one of these shards in their back pocket before sitting down will cause a hole to be burned not only in their breeches, but also the chair on which they sat.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Umbral TortoiseIn addition to its craggy hide and shell protecting it from the teeth and claws of predators, the earth-aspected aether with which it is infused causes it to taste like soil. Any creatures patient and strong enough to reach the tender meat inside are invariably left disappointed.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral duststorm.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1510
Grade 3 Skybuilders' VineA naturally occurring substitute for rope, perfect for swinging through the trees while yodeling like a buffoon.1150
Grade 3 Skybuilders' Wheat1430
Grade 3 Skybuilders' WhiteloomObserving the brilliant, nigh-silken tapestry these wavekin appear to weave as they dance and twirl through the clouds in the Diadem has lent further weight to the arguments of those who claim that its current nomenclature─and not “whiteroom”─is the proper one.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Hraesvelgr Attire CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of Hraesvelgr attire.[BR][BR]Cannot be opened in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Hraesvelgr Boots 11
Hraesvelgr Gloves 11
Hraesvelgr Hat 11
Hraesvelgr Jacket 11
Hraesvelgr Trousers 11
Huggable GaelicatThis stuffed imitation of the weatherproof gaelicat looks as if it is─rightly─ready to be adored.11
Ishgardian Display StandA decorative pedestal in the Coerthan style.11
Mandragora Table ChronometerA massive mandragora-themed timepiece, for those who are into that.11
Megalotragus HornThis imposing horn emits a primordial tone that summons forth your megalotragus, a herbivore so intimidating it puts carnivores to shame.11
Modern Aesthetics - Saintly StyleThe realm's premier publication on beauty and fashion, this limited edition of Modern Aesthetics covers, in detail, shaping and feathering techniques for imitating the unique look of an Ishgardian saint of eld.[BR][BR]Use to unlock a new hairstyle at the aesthetician.11
Paissa RugWhat have they seen? What do they know?11
Petit PteranodonIt might be cute now, but wait till it grows and becomes a scourge of the skies.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the petit pteranodon minion.11
Season Two Writ of BeatificationDocumentation of noteworthy accomplishments on behalf of the Ishgardian Restoration.[BR][BR]Use to gain the “Divine Ascension” achievement for Season Two.11
Season Two Writ of CommendationDocumentation of noteworthy accomplishments on behalf of the Ishgardian Restoration.[BR][BR]Use to gain the “Minor Miracle” achievement for Season Two.11
Stuffed EstinienThough cuddlier than the real thing, still decidedly prickly. Please enjoy responsibly.11
The Heavens’ Ward Orchestrion RollMusic roll for The Heavens’ Ward. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Weatherproof GaelicatMakes you feel toasty warm simply to behold it.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the weatherproof gaelicat minion.11






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