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Logs and Branches Database


Below is a list of all Logs and Branches in FFXIV: A Realm Reborn.

The information listed includes their stack size, the price you can sell to an NPC for, a description of the item and any info relating to stats that they may have. Logs and Branches are mainly used by Carpenters to create weapons and armor.

The Logs and Branches items are sorted by name, however you can sort them by any of the columns by clicking on the headers. Under the headers are search boxes that allow you to filter results.

Hover over or click on an item name for more info and any stats.


Raw Wood   Lumber

Items ()Stack DescriptionNPC
Arrowwood Branch1 The thick branch of an arrowwood tree.1
Ash Branch1 The thick branch of an ash tree.1
Ash Log1 A rough-cut log of ash timber.1
Balsa Wood Scrap1 Unevenly cut pieces of light balsa wood.Can be used to create models.350
Bamboo Paper1 Thinly sliced bamboo used to preserve the aroma of rare fragrant wood.360
Bamboo Stick1 A cut and dried piece of thick bamboo.20
Bamboo Weave1 Thinly cut strips of bamboo used for creating simple models.200
Beech Branch1 The thick branch of a beech tree.18
Beech Log1 A rough-cut log of beech timber.6
Birch Branch1 The thin branch of a birch tree.5
Birch Log1 A rough-cut log of birch lumber.5
Camphorwood Branch1 The thick branch of a camphorwood tree.5
Camphorwood Log1 A rough-cut log of camphorwood timber.5
Cassia Block1 An expertly cut cube of fragrant cassia lumber.46
Cassia Log1 A rough-cut log of cassia timber.The sweet scent of its bark invokes memories of sweet buns and apple pie.40
Cedar Branch1 The thick branch of a cedar tree.5
Cedar Log1 A rough-cut log of cedar timber.4
Cherry Branch1 The flowering branch of a cherry tree.1
Chestnut Branch1 The thick branch of a chestnut tree.2
Chestnut Log1 A rough-cut log of chestnut timber.1
Coffin Lid1 Pried from the lid of a coffin, this plank of ancient wood is cold to the touch.257
Cypress Log1 A rough-cut log of cypress timber.7
Dark Chestnut Branch1 The thick branch of a dark chestnut tree.5
Dark Chestnut Log1 A rough-cut log of dark chestnut timber.4
Ebony Branch1 The thick branch of an ebony tree.9
Ebony Log1 A rough-cut log of ebony timber.7
Elm Branch1 The thick branch of an elm tree.2
Elm Log1 A rough-cut log of elm timber.1
Fragrant Log1 A pleasant-smelling log obtained in the Black Shroud.6
Larch Log1 A rough-cut log of larch timber.6
Lauan Branch1 The thick branch of a lauan tree.1
Lauan Log1 A rough-cut log of lauan timber.1
Mahogany Branch1 The thick branch of a mahogany tree.6
Mahogany Log1 A rough-cut log of mahogany timber.3
Maple Branch1 The thick branch of a maple tree.1
Maple Log1 A rough-cut log of maple timber.1
Oak Branch1 The thick branch of an oak tree.4
Oak Log1 A rough-cut log of oak timber.2
Old-growth Camphorwood Log1 A glance at a cross section of this log reveals that a mere glance isn't enough to count the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of rings present.18
Peach Branch1 The flowering branch of a peach tree.1
Perfect Firewood1 This expertly dried cypress exhibits a high pitch content which significantly improves its ability to burn long and hot.163
Persimmon Log1 A rough-cut log of persimmon timber.6
Petrified Log1 The passage of time has turned this log into stone.8
Petrified Orb1 A perfect sphere carved from a petrified tree and polished to enhance its natural luster.0
Pine Branch1 The thick branch of a pine tree.3
Pine Log1 A rough-cut log of pine timber.6
Redolent Log1 An unforgettably pleasant-smelling log obtained in the Black Shroud.12
Reinforced Spruce Plywood1 A thin but sturdy construction material made by pressing together layers of wood, designed to achieve uniform strength.Several additional layers have been applied to the board to improve durability.22
Rosewood Branch1 The thick branch of a rosewood tree.4
Rosewood Log1 A rough-cut log of rosewood timber.4
Spruce Branch1 The thick branch of a spruce tree.5
Spruce Log1 A rough-cut log of spruce timber.5
Spruce Plywood1 A thin but sturdy construction material made by pressing together layers of wood, designed to achieve uniform strength.20
Supple Spruce Branch1 A straight unknotted spruce branch perfect for crafting arrow shafts.7
Teak Branch1 The thick branch of a teak tree.6
Teak Log1 A rough-cut log of teak timber.4
Torreya Branch1 The thick branch of a torreya tree.18
Torreya Log1 A rough-cut log of torreya timber.9
Walnut Branch1 The thick branch of a walnut tree.3
Walnut Log1 A rough-cut log of walnut timber.2
Wattle Bark1 This bark, when boiled down, produces large amounts of tannin─a substance used by leatherworkers to tan hides.46
Willow Branch1 The thick branch of a willow tree.1
Willow Log1 A rough-cut log of willow timber.1
Yew Branch1 The thick branch of a yew tree.2
Yew Log1 A rough-cut log of yew timber.1
Zelkova Log1 A rough-cut log of zelkova timber.6






Raw Wood   Lumber


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