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New Items in Patch 5.41 Database


Below is a listing of all new items, weapons and armor found in Patch 5.41.

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
Boltfiend's Costume Boots 801
Boltfiend's Costume Fingerstalls 801
Boltfiend's Costume Slacks 801
Boltfiend's Costume Swallowtail 801
Boltfiend's Costume Top Hat 801
Cauldronfiend's Costume Coat 801
Cauldronfiend's Costume Gloves 801
Cauldronfiend's Costume Kecks 801
Cauldronfiend's Costume Shoes 801
Cauldronfiend's Costume Spectacles 801
Fieldfiend's Costume Halfgloves 801
Fieldfiend's Costume Hat 801
Fieldfiend's Costume Shirt 801
Fieldfiend's Costume Slops 801
Fieldfiend's Costume Workboots 801
Forgefiend's Costume Apron 801
Forgefiend's Costume Goggles 801
Forgefiend's Costume Leggings 801
Forgefiend's Costume Trousers 801
Forgefiend's Costume Work Gloves 801
Galleyfiend's Costume Apron 801
Galleyfiend's Costume Mittens 801
Galleyfiend's Costume Pattens 801
Galleyfiend's Costume Toque 801
Galleyfiend's Costume Trousers 801
Gemfiend's Costume Boots 801
Gemfiend's Costume Monocle 801
Gemfiend's Costume Shortgloves 801
Gemfiend's Costume Trousers 801
Gemfiend's Costume Vest 801
Hammerfiend's Costume Apron 801
Hammerfiend's Costume Trousers 801
Hammerfiend's Costume Visor 801
Hammerfiend's Costume Work Gloves 801
Hammerfiend's Costume Workboots 801
Hidefiend's Costume Armlets 801
Hidefiend's Costume Cap 801
Hidefiend's Costume Jacket 801
Hidefiend's Costume Kecks 801
Hidefiend's Costume Thighboots 801
Millfiend's Costume Apron 801
Millfiend's Costume Cap 801
Millfiend's Costume Halfgloves 801
Millfiend's Costume Kecks 801
Millfiend's Costume Workboots 801
Minefiend's Costume Helmet 801
Minefiend's Costume Slops 801
Minefiend's Costume Work Gloves 801
Minefiend's Costume Work Shirt 801
Minefiend's Costume Workboots 801
Tacklefiend's Costume Hat 801
Tacklefiend's Costume Jacket 801
Tacklefiend's Costume Slops 801
Tacklefiend's Costume Work Gloves 801
Tacklefiend's Costume Workboots 801
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' BarbgrassThe countless tiny barbs at the tips of this hardy plant are believed to deter grazing beastkin. However, to counteract this, those creatures have developed an especially tough lining to the inside of their mouths, and could probably bite down on a handful of broken glass without so much as batting an eyelid.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' CaimanIn this case, “artisanal” refers to the caiman itself rather than the person tasked with procuring it. This scalekin is particularly gifted in the art of nest building, or at least it was before being clobbered over the head and dragged off to the skybuilders.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudstoneAccording to certain scholars, the islands of the Sea of Clouds are kept suspended in the air by large amounts of cloudstone. It is therefore advised not to mine too much of this valuable resource as it may cause the island to plummet from the sky.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' CocoonAs the skybuilders neglected to specify the exact type of cocoon they would like delivered, its contents remain unknown. It could be home to anything from a wamoura pupa to the larva of a parasitic wespe. Nothing good, in other words.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Crimson NamitaroExperts believe its enormous dorsal fin is used to repel creatures that enter its territory. This is also the part that often gets caught on a fisher's hook, so perhaps it is more of a hindrance than a help.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' GriffinOne would be forgiven for assuming the skybuilders were only joking when they requested a griffin be brought to them. Unfortunately─and inexplicably─they were deadly serious.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Ice StalagmiteBe sure to hold this the right way up or it could be mistaken for a stalactite.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Lightning ChaserLike its brethren the storm chaser, this fish uses gas expelled from its rectum as a crude means of propulsion. As its name would suggest, it spends much of its time chasing lightning bolts, though with little success due to the ludicrously slow pace at which it moves.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Little ThalaosThough this wavekin is unaware that it was named after the beast of legend, it certainly seems to relish playing the part.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' LogThe word “log” fails to amply convey the undeniable majesty of this immaculate specimen. Unfortunately, there are no suitable substitutes, unless one is content to call it a “tree with all the sticky-outy bits cut off.”[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' MarrellaThe heavily armored protrusions that extend from what is presumably its head seem to be entirely at odds with the fact its innards are completely exposed. Some might consider this species to be an evolutionary dead end, yet it continues to survive to this day.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' MeganeuraPractically anything with “mega” in its name is bound to be big, and this overgrown dragonfly is no exception.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' PrismstoneShines with all the colors of the rainbow, and even a few extra, like luminous black and fluorescent beige.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Raspberry1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SculptorThe sculptor's sawlike rostrum is often placed next to the meat of the fish for identification purposes at market.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SilexSimilar─though rather less artisanal─sacks of silex are sold to the participants in Ul'dah's Coliseum. A well-aimed handful of the stuff can temporarily blind the opponent, though it is only a matter of time until these customers realize that the same is true of the sand that lines the arena floor, which is available for free.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Spring WaterSpring water is said to result from a series of complex processes that unfold deep underground. But in a place like the Diadem, where the normal laws of nature appear to be ignored entirely, it is impossible to say exactly where this water comes from.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SweatfishSaid to have been created from the beads of sweat that gathered on the Dawn Father and Dusk Mother's foreheads, the unfortunate name has made these delicious little fish rather difficult to sell.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' AlumenAnother in a seemingly endless list of powdered substances that are of vital importance to alchemists, goldsmiths, and the like, but mean─to quote the common vernacular─bugger all to everyone else. Luckily, laymen need only know how much it will fetch at market and whether or not one must face any life-endangering peril to obtain it.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' AshfishWhen it was first discovered, the ghostly coloration of this species led many to believe it was a waterborne ashkin. It was some time before anyone plucked up the courage to actually try eating one.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Black FanfishThis wavekin's dark coloration serves as camouflage in the ocean depths, but the effect is lost if it ventures into shallower waters. There is also the fact that its internal organs will rupture due to the changes in water pressure, as if any further discouragement were needed.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Bluespirit OreNot only is this rock imbued with a spirit, but that spirit is feeling particularly blue. Perhaps being smashed repeatedly with a chisel will cheer it up.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Cavalry CatfishWhile this catfish may─according to the rumors─be able to split a horse in two, perhaps the ability to cut through a fisher's line would have proved more useful.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Common BitterlingGiven the exacting standards of the skybuilders, the artisanal grade 4 variety of this species is anything but common.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Cotton BollA freshly picked cotton boll with the stem still attached is the perfect implement for cleaning one's ears, though it is likely that the skybuilders will notice if that same cotton boll is submitted to them after being used. They tend to object to that sort of thing.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Cyan CrabIt is common for creatures to be named for their color, but since “blue crab” was already taken, this species was granted somewhat more fanciful nomenclature.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Electrum OreA naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver, though many would argue that it is worth less than the sum of its parts. Those expecting it to possess some sort of lightning-aspected aetherial properties due to the name are sure to be disappointed, although that has not prevented several unscrupulous merchants from advertising it as such.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Fickle KraitIt seems the skybuilders seek this particular variety of snake for its deadly venom. Exactly why they require deadly venom is a question best left unanswered, but it is clandestine plots such as these that keep food tasters in work.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Finest Rock SaltThis particular variety of rock salt has proved so popular with Ishgardian diners, that many choose to forego their meal altogether and spend the evening licking the communal salt rock instead.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Ghost FaerieWhile some wavekin are able to change their color to blend in with their surroundings, the ghost faerie takes this one step further by being almost entirely transparent. In a cruel twist of fate, this also makes it almost impossible for them to find a mate, which goes some way to explaining their scarcity.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Glacier CoreDespite being an entity of unknown origin and possessed of mysterious powers, it nevertheless has a habit of getting caught on fishers' hooks.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Gold Ore“The ambassador's receptions are noted in society for their host's exquisite taste that captivates his guests. The tray of gold nuggets his butlers pass around, however, often leads to confusion and broken teeth when said guests mistake them for chocolate treats.”[BR][BR]─The Highs and Lows of Ishgardian High Society[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Gold SandEach grain of gold sand was once a whole nugget that has been gradually eroded over many thousands of years, which is a rather extreme example of depreciating value.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Goldsmith CrabThough it may be named for the deftness with which it uses its claws as tools to methodically dismantle its prey, perhaps “butcher crab” would be a more fitting appellation.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Gossamer Cotton BollWhen it comes to cotton bolls, this is the sovereign of softness, the commandant of comfort, the liege lord of loveliness.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' HempSince time immemorial, this robust plant has helped many a convicted criminal dance the hempen jig.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Iron OreAny smith worth their salt will have a vast amount of ores, ingots, rivets, rings, and plates at their disposal, although finding space to store it all can prove most bothersome. Some have even taken to employing retainers for the sole purpose of lugging their surplus junk around.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Iron SandPrimarily used as a vital component in a children's toy whereby hair and a beard may be applied to a picture of a man's face by means of an ingenious magnetic wand. (For ages three and up.)[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Kissing FishIts kissing days are over.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Mahogany LogUsed in the construction of various musical instruments and believed to imbue the music with a certain ethereal quality. This may or may not be due to the souls of elementals trapped within the wood, which brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “haunting melody.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' ManasailOnly when the manasail dips below its usual high altitude does it find itself within range of a fisher's line. This probably explains why they do not do it more often.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Mineral SandWhen the skybuilders were quizzed as to exactly what type of mineral comprises this sand, the reply was, “That information is on a need-to-know basis.” One would assume that those mining the stuff would need to know what they are supposed to be looking for, but the skybuilders move─and think─in mysterious ways.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' MistletoeA prominent feature in many Starlight Celebration decorations, mistletoe is much loved by the people of Ishgard. Most people would probably view it rather differently, however, if they knew that the plant is in fact a voracious parasite that mercilessly drains the life from its host.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Mythrite SandA popular choice for hourglasses as the speed at which the sand falls is directly affected by how much those in close proximity are enjoying themselves. With a mythrite sand hourglass, time really does fly when one is having fun.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Ocean CloudBefore it was first caught, fishers believed it to be a cloud drifting under the water's surface, despite the fact that would be next to impossible.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' OreOnly a true skybuilder could look at a nondescript lump of grey, slightly metallic rock and say, “Yes, this is definitely grade 4 skybuilders' ore,” though it could be argued that this is because they are the ones who named it to begin with.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Primordial ResinMade from congealed primordial soup.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Proto-hropkenThese ferocious wavekin have a tendency to scare away more desirable fish. As such, the skybuilders seek to thin their numbers, preferably to zero.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' RagstoneDue to being formed from compressed layers of sediment, ragstone may contain rare and precious fossils. The skybuilders, however, care not a jot about any of that and will happily use it to whet their blades and so forth, much to the woe of naturalists throughout Eorzea.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Rock Salt“But Mother, can we not break the salt rock into smaller chunks to save us all from having to lick the same piece? It seems awfully unhygienic.”[BR][BR]“No, my sweet prince, that would not be proper. Now lick the rock and put it back on the table.”[BR][BR]─Typical Ishgardian mealtime conversation[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' SesameThe sesame plant is robust enough to grow in even the most inhospitable environments, including those in which the botanists tasked with gathering said plant are incapable of surviving. As valuable as sesame is, most would agree it is not worth risking life and limb for, not that the skybuilders seem particularly bothered by this when making their requests...[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' SkyloachThe ability to fly puts the skyloach rather higher in the heirarchy of wavekin than its water-bound brethren.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Spring WaterA number of stringent tests are performed to determine the grade assigned to spring water, including the measurement of time taken to evaporate when poured into a shallow dish and placed next to a hot pig.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Spruce LogSpruce is the wood of choice in all manner of carpentry projects, from enormous load-bearing beams to tiny intricately carved ornaments. So versatile is it that one wonders why the skybuilders even bother with the other types of timber.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' StarflowerIn the grand scheme of things, perhaps a flying mollusk is not so strange after all.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' SunfishThe legends speak of the sunfish aiding those stranded at sea to shore by letting them ride on its back. The skybuilders have decided to return the favor by catching and eating it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' SwitchAs many Ishgardian schoolchildren will attest, telling one's detractors “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words shall never harm me” is an open invitation to be assaulted with said objects.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Tea Leaves1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' ToadYou had best treat this warty little creature kindly as it may be a ninja's hellfrog in disguise. “Burned to death by flaming frog vomit” is hardly the sort of remark one wants in their obituary.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' TortoiseThose who believe dogs are man's best friend have obviously never met a tortoise.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Truespring WaterThe advertising slogan, “Spring water never tasted so true,” has left many Ishgardians both impressed and baffled in equal measure. Merchants are hopeful that this will cause just the right amount of confusion to distract from the fact it is essentially identical to the grade 3 variety. And any other type of water, for that matter.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral DirtleafOne of the only plants known to grow its leaves underground before allowing them to surface. The fine covering of dirt seems to have the adverse effect of hindering the leaves from doing...whatever it is leaves do, which may explain the shrub's rather short stature.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral duststorm.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral FlarerockEach chunk of flarerock is capable of releasing enormous amounts of fire-aspected aether. Unfortunately, for that to occur, it must first be warmed for three days under a medium-sized duck, which limits its usefulness somewhat.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral Galewood BranchThe billowing wind-aspected aether that surrounds this branch might lead some to think it would be the ideal material from which to make a magic wand. Unfortunately, the energies within it are so powerful, the wielder would struggle to even hold onto it long enough to cast any spells before it blows right out of their hands.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral tempest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral LevinsandExactly like any other type of sand, apart from the fact it is bright purple and may or may not electrocute those who get too close.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during umbral levin.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' VineAlthough such vines make perfectly adequate replacements for rope, it seems that the skybuilders have more than enough actual rope to make the use of this plant somewhat redundant.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Wheat1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' White Cedar LogWhite cedar is known to be one of the most longevous species of tree, with one particular specimen estimated to be 1,852 years old, according to the number of growth rings. Of course, it probably would have lived a lot longer if not for a glory-seeking, axe-happy botanist.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' WhitehorseWhile it may not be a horse, it is white, so at least that part of its name is accurate.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Approved Grade 4 Skybuilders' Zagas KhaalTo Eorzeans, the name may seem rather exotic, but the fish itself is as plain as can be.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Ballroom Etiquette - Apples with AplombAn illustrated manual of how to enjoy a delicious apple while projecting an air of unassailable dignity in spite of your squirrel-like gnawing. Use to learn the /eatapple emote.11
Ballroom Etiquette - Concealing MealsAn illustrated manual detailing how to best conceal Eastern foodstuffs about one's person in the likely event the hors d'oeuvres on offer are insufficient to sate one's hunger. Use to learn the /riceball emote.11
Ballroom Etiquette - Next, GodlinessAn illustrated manual detailing how to operate the quaint device known as a “broom” in event of dire circumstances involving the absence of one's servants. Use to learn the /broom emote.11
Big Shell WhistleThis whistle emits a shrill tone that is said to summon a big shell, and presumably some sort of creature inside said shell.11
Boltfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of boltfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Carbuncle House Slippers“Don't get me wrong, I like Carbuncles. I just don't want them on my feet, that's all.”[BR][BR]─A bemused arcanist11
Casual Attire CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of casual attire.[BR][BR]Cannot be opened in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Casual Boots 11
Casual Halfslops 11
Casual Jacket 11
Cauldronfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of cauldronfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Extra-stuffed CarbuncleHow much more stuffed could this be? The answer is none. None more stuffed.11
Faith in Her Fury Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Faith in Her Fury. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Fieldfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of fieldfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Forgefiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of forgefiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Galleyfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of galleyfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Gemfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of gemfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' AstroscopeSuch devices are often found pointing in the direction of the open-air baths, which is in keeping with the letter─rather than the spirit─of its intended purpose, that being “the observation of heavenly bodies.”1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' BarbgrassThe countless tiny barbs at the tips of this hardy plant are believed to deter grazing beastkin. However, to counteract this, those creatures have developed an especially tough lining to the inside of their mouths, and could probably bite down on a handful of broken glass without so much as batting an eyelid.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' CaimanIn this case, “artisanal” refers to the caiman itself rather than the person tasked with procuring it. This scalekin is particularly gifted in the art of nest building, or at least it was before being clobbered over the head and dragged off to the skybuilders.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Chocobo WeathervaneIf it starts spinning wildly, it means the wind is blowing in all of the directions at once.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' CloudstoneAccording to certain scholars, the islands of the Sea of Clouds are kept suspended in the air by large amounts of cloudstone. It is therefore advised not to mine too much of this valuable resource as it may cause the island to plummet from the sky.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' CocoonAs the skybuilders neglected to specify the exact type of cocoon they would like delivered, its contents remain unknown. It could be home to anything from a wamoura pupa to the larva of a parasitic wespe. Nothing good, in other words.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Company ChestThis communal deposit relies on the honesty of not only every member of the company─to give what they can and take only what they need─but every other person who passes through the Firmament, as it is left completely unlocked at all times. The members of said companies are often surprised to find the chest completely empty upon opening it, while opportunistic thieves enjoy their easy pickings.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Crimson NamitaroExperts believe its enormous dorsal fin is used to repel creatures that enter its territory. This is also the part that often gets caught on a fisher's hook, so perhaps it is more of a hindrance than a help.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' GriffinOne would be forgiven for assuming the skybuilders were only joking when they requested a griffin be brought to them. Unfortunately─and inexplicably─they were deadly serious.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Ice BoxThough such a device would seem to have little use in Ishgard, where foodstuffs may be kept chilled simply by placing them outside, the ice box does offer protection from rats and crows. But then again, so would any other type of box.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Ice StalagmiteBe sure to hold this the right way up or it could be mistaken for a stalactite.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Lightning ChaserLike its brethren the storm chaser, this fish uses gas expelled from its rectum as a crude means of propulsion. As its name would suggest, it spends much of its time chasing lightning bolts, though with little success due to the ludicrously slow pace at which it moves.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Little ThalaosThough this wavekin is unaware that it was named after the beast of legend, it certainly seems to relish playing the part.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' LogThe word “log” fails to amply convey the undeniable majesty of this immaculate specimen. Unfortunately, there are no suitable substitutes, unless one is content to call it a “tree with all the sticky-outy bits cut off.”[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' MarrellaThe heavily armored protrusions that extend from what is presumably its head seem to be entirely at odds with the fact its innards are completely exposed. Some might consider this species to be an evolutionary dead end, yet it continues to survive to this day.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' MeganeuraPractically anything with “mega” in its name is bound to be big, and this overgrown dragonfly is no exception.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' PrismstoneShines with all the colors of the rainbow, and even a few extra, like luminous black and fluorescent beige.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Raspberry1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SculptorThe sculptor's sawlike rostrum is often placed next to the meat of the fish for identification purposes at market.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SilexSimilar─though rather less artisanal─sacks of silex are sold to the participants in Ul'dah's Coliseum. A well-aimed handful of the stuff can temporarily blind the opponent, though it is only a matter of time until these customers realize that the same is true of the sand that lines the arena floor, which is available for free.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SorbetAlthough a lot of care and effort went into the preparation of this sweet treat, a similar effect could easily be achieved by leaving a glass of fruit juice outside in the cold Ishgardian air for half a bell or so.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Spring WaterSpring water is said to result from a series of complex processes that unfold deep underground. But in a place like the Diadem, where the normal laws of nature appear to be ignored entirely, it is impossible to say exactly where this water comes from.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' SweatfishSaid to have been created from the beads of sweat that gathered on the Dawn Father and Dusk Mother's foreheads, the unfortunate name has made these delicious little fish rather difficult to sell.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1445
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Tincture“Should you find any mysterious phials of liquid, be sure to take them with you. After all, the clinking of glass from all the potions, ethers, and elixirs an adventurer is known for carrying about their person is one of the easiest ways for a potential client to distinguish them from a marauding barbarian.”[BR][BR]─Adventuring for Fun and Profit, First Edition1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' Tool BeltWhile it may not seem especially voluminous, this belt is capable of holding up to thirty-five primary tools and the same number of secondary tools. One might have trouble actually moving with an entire shed's worth of heavy equipment hanging from one's waist, however.1511
Grade 4 Artisanal Skybuilders' VestFar more luxurious than most other garments of its kind, with a price to match. Most would think twice before investing in this vest.1511
Grade 4 Skybuilders' All-purpose InfusionA remarkable concoction that is able to treat any ailment the salesperson is able to imagine. The lack of complaints following purchase indicates that the customer is either entirely satisfied with the effects, or dead from poisoning.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' AlloyA marvelous mixture of malleable metals melded into magnificently molded...blocks.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' AlumenAnother in a seemingly endless list of powdered substances that are of vital importance to alchemists, goldsmiths, and the like, but mean─to quote the common vernacular─bugger all to everyone else. Luckily, laymen need only know how much it will fetch at market and whether or not one must face any life-endangering peril to obtain it.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' AshfishWhen it was first discovered, the ghostly coloration of this species led many to believe it was a waterborne ashkin. It was some time before anyone plucked up the courage to actually try eating one.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' AwningIs there anything more pleasant than yawning in the morning as day is dawning, beneath an awning?1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' BedThe mattress is made from a spongelike material to help absorb any...nocturnal spillages.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Black FanfishThis wavekin's dark coloration serves as camouflage in the ocean depths, but the effect is lost if it ventures into shallower waters. There is also the fact that its internal organs will rupture due to the changes in water pressure, as if any further discouragement were needed.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Bluespirit OreNot only is this rock imbued with a spirit, but that spirit is feeling particularly blue. Perhaps being smashed repeatedly with a chisel will cheer it up.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' BrazierOne must take great care not to confuse this with the similarly named ladies' undergarment.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' BroomCombatants who claim they will “sweep the floor” with their opponent should try one of these brooms instead. Twice the cleanliness with none of the violence.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Cavalry CatfishWhile this catfish may─according to the rumors─be able to split a horse in two, perhaps the ability to cut through a fisher's line would have proved more useful.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' ClothHow long is a bolt of cloth? Twice as long from the middle to the end.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Common BitterlingGiven the exacting standards of the skybuilders, the artisanal grade 4 variety of this species is anything but common.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 4 Skybuilders' CookpotAlmost identical to the grade 3 version but with a better warranty, providing cover against “irremovable stains except for in cases where strange or unusual ingredients have been used, such as Lalafell fat.”1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Cotton BollA freshly picked cotton boll with the stem still attached is the perfect implement for cleaning one's ears, though it is likely that the skybuilders will notice if that same cotton boll is submitted to them after being used. They tend to object to that sort of thing.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Crate“If you see a crate, try looking inside. There may be a small amount of gil or even potions or medicinal herbs inside. Don't worry about the owners catching you pilfering their wares; you'd be surprised how many are willing to turn a blind eye, especially if you're carrying a big sword.”[BR][BR]─Adventuring for Fun and Profit, First Edition140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Crosscut SawStrangely enough, it is not particularly well suited to cutting crosses.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Cyan CrabIt is common for creatures to be named for their color, but since “blue crab” was already taken, this species was granted somewhat more fanciful nomenclature.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Electrum OreA naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver, though many would argue that it is worth less than the sum of its parts. Those expecting it to possess some sort of lightning-aspected aetherial properties due to the name are sure to be disappointed, although that has not prevented several unscrupulous merchants from advertising it as such.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Embroidery FrameA frame so intricately detailed and immaculately crafted that it threatens to upstage the embroidery it is designed to keep in place.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Fickle KraitIt seems the skybuilders seek this particular variety of snake for its deadly venom. Exactly why they require deadly venom is a question best left unanswered, but it is clandestine plots such as these that keep food tasters in work.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Finest Rock SaltThis particular variety of rock salt has proved so popular with Ishgardian diners, that many choose to forego their meal altogether and spend the evening licking the communal salt rock instead.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Ghost FaerieWhile some wavekin are able to change their color to blend in with their surroundings, the ghost faerie takes this one step further by being almost entirely transparent. In a cruel twist of fate, this also makes it almost impossible for them to find a mate, which goes some way to explaining their scarcity.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Glacier CoreDespite being an entity of unknown origin and possessed of mysterious powers, it nevertheless has a habit of getting caught on fishers' hooks.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' GlovesLong have gloves waged war in the marketplace against mittens, their archrivals, though the wearer's ability to move each finger individually has proved to be a deciding factor in securing their popularity.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Gold Ore“The ambassador's receptions are noted in society for their host's exquisite taste that captivates his guests. The tray of gold nuggets his butlers pass around, however, often leads to confusion and broken teeth when said guests mistake them for chocolate treats.”[BR][BR]─The Highs and Lows of Ishgardian High Society[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Gold SandEach grain of gold sand was once a whole nugget that has been gradually eroded over many thousands of years, which is a rather extreme example of depreciating value.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Goldsmith CrabThough it may be named for the deftness with which it uses its claws as tools to methodically dismantle its prey, perhaps “butcher crab” would be a more fitting appellation.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Gossamer Cotton BollWhen it comes to cotton bolls, this is the sovereign of softness, the commandant of comfort, the liege lord of loveliness.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Growth FormulaThere are rumors that claim the remarkable height of Elezen is due to doses of growth formula being slipped into their morning porridge from a young age. Attempts to reproduce such an effect on the Lalafells who willingly volunteered as test subjects have yet to yield results, other than an unnatural aversion to porridge.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' HatchetA common choice of weapon in civilian uprisings, though it leaves much to be desired in the “long and pointy” stakes, unlike the ever-popular pitchfork.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' HempSince time immemorial, this robust plant has helped many a convicted criminal dance the hempen jig.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Hemp Milk“We challenged Ishgardians to taste the difference between hemp milk and a leading dairy-based competitor. Eight in ten participants claimed they tasted exactly the same, while the remainder complained of a stomachache from drinking too much milk.”[BR][BR]─Culinarians' Guild researcher120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Holy Water“Why's this called holy water? I don't see any holes in it.”[BR][BR]─A confused and somewhat illiterate skybuilder1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' IngotIt is believed in certain circles that the word “ingot” is derived from the verb “to inget” meaning “to breathe in and out simultaneously, causing the air to become trapped in the larynx, creating a sound akin to a hiccupping buffalo.”120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' InkThe grade 4 variety of ink is said to be especially quick-drying, which helps to prevent smudging. Some claim, however, that the ink dries before it even has time to reach the parchment, which does rather defeat the purpose of the ink in the first place.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Iron OreAny smith worth their salt will have a vast amount of ores, ingots, rivets, rings, and plates at their disposal, although finding space to store it all can prove most bothersome. Some have even taken to employing retainers for the sole purpose of lugging their surplus junk around.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Iron SandPrimarily used as a vital component in a children's toy whereby hair and a beard may be applied to a picture of a man's face by means of an ingenious magnetic wand. (For ages three and up.)[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Kissing FishIts kissing days are over.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' LamppostSpare a thought for the poor souls whose job it is to light each of the lanterns that line the streets of the Firmament every evening. Perhaps one day, someone will be so kind as to invent a system whereby they may be lit and extinguished remotely. Unfortunately, many of Ishgard's civic engineers are preoccupied with far more frivolous pursuits, such as imbuing tools with mystic energy using oddly specific materials.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' LeatherThe time and effort spent on cutting each hide into perfect circles would have been better spent on...well, anything else. Not to mention the amount of wasted leather now lying in a pile of offcuts. However, one thing can be said of the skybuilders: there is madness in their method.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Leather SackThe leather of this sack once held the flesh, bones, and organs of a large beast, but has now been granted the opportunity to store a much wider and more interesting range of objects. Unless, that is, it is purchased by a butcher, in which case the contents may end up being largely the same as its previous incarnation.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Leather StrapsThe artisans responsible for the creation of such wares are often described as “strapping,” but usually in a literal rather than figurative sense.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' LongbootsIt is said that over the years, the design for longboots grew longer and longer, until the two boots eventually met in the middle and lost the part covering the foot entirely─perhaps to save on materials─and became what are now known as trousers.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Mahogany LogUsed in the construction of various musical instruments and believed to imbue the music with a certain ethereal quality. This may or may not be due to the souls of elementals trapped within the wood, which brings a whole new meaning to the phrase “haunting melody.”[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' ManasailOnly when the manasail dips below its usual high altitude does it find itself within range of a fisher's line. This probably explains why they do not do it more often.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' MesailAs any smith will attest, the heat of the forge can be overwhelming. Were it not for the conveniently placed air holes, their heads would be baked inside their mesails like cow-brain pies (an Ishgardian delicacy).1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Mineral SandWhen the skybuilders were quizzed as to exactly what type of mineral comprises this sand, the reply was, “That information is on a need-to-know basis.” One would assume that those mining the stuff would need to know what they are supposed to be looking for, but the skybuilders move─and think─in mysterious ways.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' MistletoeA prominent feature in many Starlight Celebration decorations, mistletoe is much loved by the people of Ishgard. Most people would probably view it rather differently, however, if they knew that the plant is in fact a voracious parasite that mercilessly drains the life from its host.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Mythrite SandA popular choice for hourglasses as the speed at which the sand falls is directly affected by how much those in close proximity are enjoying themselves. With a mythrite sand hourglass, time really does fly when one is having fun.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' NailsIn traditional Doman carpentry, the wooden pieces are carefully carved to allow them to snugly interlock and remain steadfast for years to come. In Ishgard, however, the wood is considerably less cooperative, and must have little metal spikes driven through it to stay where it is told.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Ocean CloudBefore it was first caught, fishers believed it to be a cloud drifting under the water's surface, despite the fact that would be next to impossible.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' OreOnly a true skybuilder could look at a nondescript lump of grey, slightly metallic rock and say, “Yes, this is definitely grade 4 skybuilders' ore,” though it could be argued that this is because they are the ones who named it to begin with.[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' OvenSometimes, the phrase “she's got a bun in the oven” is meant to be taken literally. In fact, this common saying has led to all sorts of hilarious misunderstandings, particularly in cases where the woman in question likes to bake her own bread.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' OverallsWhile it is common for mud, paint, and other stains to collect on overalls, some of the skybuilders have taken to deliberately dirtying their clothing to fool others into thinking they have been hard at work. Since a skybuilder's pay is largely based on their performance, however, those who attempt such tricks are normally left with naught but soiled overalls and empty pockets.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Plant OilBest burned at midnight.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' PlywoodThe skybuilders are known for plying their trade by applying plies to provide supplies of plywood. Now try saying that ten times fast with a mouthful of porridge.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Primordial ResinMade from congealed primordial soup.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Proto-hropkenThese ferocious wavekin have a tendency to scare away more desirable fish. As such, the skybuilders seek to thin their numbers, preferably to zero.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' RagstoneDue to being formed from compressed layers of sediment, ragstone may contain rare and precious fossils. The skybuilders, however, care not a jot about any of that and will happily use it to whet their blades and so forth, much to the woe of naturalists throughout Eorzea.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' RingsThose who cannot afford proper metal gauntlets can try threading these metallic rings onto their fingers to produce a similar effect. Just be sure to keep your fists clenched to stop them falling off.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' RivetsAlthough being covered in rivets tends to make basically anything look a lot more sturdy, the act of driving them in to begin with probably compromises the object's structural integrity to some degree. It certainly has that effect on a person's skull.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Rock Salt“But Mother, can we not break the salt rock into smaller chunks to save us all from having to lick the same piece? It seems awfully unhygienic.”[BR][BR]“No, my sweet prince, that would not be proper. Now lick the rock and put it back on the table.”[BR][BR]─Typical Ishgardian mealtime conversation[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' RopeWhile this may seem like a good choice for a children's skipping rope, it is weighty enough to leave a painful welt on either the temples or ankles of those with a poor sense of timing. Still, some might say that only adds to the fun.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' SesameThe sesame plant is robust enough to grow in even the most inhospitable environments, including those in which the botanists tasked with gathering said plant are incapable of surviving. As valuable as sesame is, most would agree it is not worth risking life and limb for, not that the skybuilders seem particularly bothered by this when making their requests...[BR][BR]Used in level 40 crafting recipes.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Sesame CookieIshgardian parents often tell their children that the sesame seeds are in fact dead flies that were trapped in the batter prior to baking. Not only does this have the effect of keeping the young ones' hands out of the cookie jar, it also leads them to a few raised eyebrows in regard to their parents' choice of confectionery.140
Grade 4 Skybuilders' SkyloachThe ability to fly puts the skyloach rather higher in the heirarchy of wavekin than its water-bound brethren.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Grade 4 Skybuilders' SoapIn a stroke of sheer genius, the skybuilders have succeeded in inventing a variety of soap that floats on water, much to the delight of the people of Ishgard─those who actually wash, that is.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Spinning WheelOne of the few wheels that can turn all day and not move an ilm.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Spring WaterA number of stringent tests are performed to determine the grade assigned to spring water, including the measurement of time taken to evaporate when poured into a shallow dish and placed next to a hot pig.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Spruce LogSpruce is the wood of choice in all manner of carpentry projects, from enormous load-bearing beams to tiny intricately carved ornaments. So versatile is it that one wonders why the skybuilders even bother with the other types of timber.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' StarflowerIn the grand scheme of things, perhaps a flying mollusk is not so strange after all.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Steel PlateTo be fair is rare, and to be square even rarer, but to be both fair and square is miraculous indeed.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Stepladder“Takes just as many steps to climb up as it does to climb down” is the slogan used by the skybuilders when pitching their stepladders to potential customers, though any sales made tend to be in spite of said slogan rather than because of it.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' StewMany culinarians believe the secret to a good stew is to never allow the pot to become empty by constantly topping it up with fresh ingredients. This may in fact be an elaborate ploy to avoid ever having to wash the pot, not to mention that some parts of the stew may have been in the mix for several years without being served. Diners are advised to “eat around” anything that seems a bit suspicious.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' StoneSince ancient times, man has sought to move exceedingly large blocks of stone from one location to another. In the past, methods such as conveying the material atop a series of rolling logs or ferrying it on extremely buoyant rafts were employed, whereas all it requires these days is one plucky volunteer with bottomless pockets.1290
Grade 4 Skybuilders' SunfishThe legends speak of the sunfish aiding those stranded at sea to shore by letting them ride on its back. The skybuilders have decided to return the favor by catching and eating it.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' SwitchAs many Ishgardian schoolchildren will attest, telling one's detractors “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words shall never harm me” is an open invitation to be assaulted with said objects.[BR][BR]Used in level 20 crafting recipes.120
Grade 4 Skybuilders' TeaContains so much sugar that some claim the smell alone is enough to make one's teeth fall out.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Tea Leaves1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' ToadYou had best treat this warty little creature kindly as it may be a ninja's hellfrog in disguise. “Burned to death by flaming frog vomit” is hardly the sort of remark one wants in their obituary.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' TortoiseThose who believe dogs are man's best friend have obviously never met a tortoise.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Truespring WaterThe advertising slogan, “Spring water never tasted so true,” has left many Ishgardians both impressed and baffled in equal measure. Merchants are hopeful that this will cause just the right amount of confusion to distract from the fact it is essentially identical to the grade 3 variety. And any other type of water, for that matter.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral DirtleafOne of the only plants known to grow its leaves underground before allowing them to surface. The fine covering of dirt seems to have the adverse effect of hindering the leaves from doing...whatever it is leaves do, which may explain the shrub's rather short stature.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral duststorm.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral FlarerockEach chunk of flarerock is capable of releasing enormous amounts of fire-aspected aether. Unfortunately, for that to occur, it must first be warmed for three days under a medium-sized duck, which limits its usefulness somewhat.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral Galewood BranchThe billowing wind-aspected aether that surrounds this branch might lead some to think it would be the ideal material from which to make a magic wand. Unfortunately, the energies within it are so powerful, the wielder would struggle to even hold onto it long enough to cast any spells before it blows right out of their hands.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during an umbral tempest.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Umbral LevinsandExactly like any other type of sand, apart from the fact it is bright purple and may or may not electrocute those who get too close.[BR][BR]Can only be gathered during umbral levin.[BR][BR]Used in expert crafting recipes.1511
Grade 4 Skybuilders' VineAlthough such vines make perfectly adequate replacements for rope, it seems that the skybuilders have more than enough actual rope to make the use of this plant somewhat redundant.[BR][BR]Used in level 60 and 70 crafting recipes.1150
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Wheat1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' White Cedar LogWhite cedar is known to be one of the most longevous species of tree, with one particular specimen estimated to be 1,852 years old, according to the number of growth rings. Of course, it probably would have lived a lot longer if not for a glory-seeking, axe-happy botanist.[BR][BR]Used in level 80 crafting recipes.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' WhitehorseWhile it may not be a horse, it is white, so at least that part of its name is accurate.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.1430
Grade 4 Skybuilders' Zagas KhaalTo Eorzeans, the name may seem rather exotic, but the fish itself is as plain as can be.[BR][BR]※Not included in the fish guide.110
Hammerfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of hammerfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Hearthward Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Hearthward. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Hidefiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of hidefiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Iron TorchGive your home that authentic “scary castle” feel, but make sure the room is well ventilated to avoid smoke inhalation.11
Ishgardian StovePerhaps not quite as stable as one would like, considering that it is likely to contain burning coals and have a pot of boiling liquid balanced precariously on top.11
Millfiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of millfiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
Minefiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of minefiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
New Foundations Orchestrion RollMusic roll for New Foundations. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Painted Skies Orchestrion RollMusic roll for Painted Skies. Use to add to your orchestrion list.11
Painting of FeatherfallA painting of Featherfall based off your own observations.11
Painting of the FirmamentA painting of the Firmament based off your own observations.11
Painting of the New NestA painting of the New Nest based off your own observations.11
Painting of the Risensong QuarterA painting of the Risensong Quarter based off your own observations.11
Pastoral Dot ParasolIt could be argued that any parasol could be made to appear pastoral if set against a suitably bucolic background. Use to acquire a pastoral dot parasol.11
Season Three Writ of BeatificationDocumentation of noteworthy accomplishments on behalf of the Ishgardian Restoration.[BR][BR]Use to gain the “Minor Miracle” achievement for Season Three.11
Season Three Writ of CanonizationDocumentation of noteworthy accomplishments on behalf of the Ishgardian Restoration.[BR][BR]Use to gain the “Divine Ascension” achievement for Season Three.11
Skyworker's Boots 11
Skyworker's Bottoms 11
Skyworker's Gloves 11
Skyworker's Helmet 11
Skyworker's Singlet 11
Spring Meadow PartitionIf one wishes to experience the joys of spring, this partition should be just the ticket. Alternatively, one could try stepping outside, assuming that it is currently the correct season.11
Stuffed Cait SithThose expecting this stuffed creature to start shouting through a voice amplification device and riding a remarkably burly moogle may be disappointed.11
Tacklefiend's Costume CofferA banded chest containing a complete set of tacklefiend's costume attire.[BR][BR]Required level: 80. IL: 1. Cannot be used in instanced areas such as dungeons, PvP areas, or raids.11
TrikeVery affectionate, but be prepared to make a quick sidestep if it comes running to greet you.[BR][BR]Use item to acquire the Trike minion.11






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