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FFXIV Inferno Jacket Part of Moogle Treasure Trove October 2021 Event

FFXIV Inferno Jacket ifrit FFXIV Moogle Treasure Trove October 2021

A new opportunity to get things like extra cosmetic items, furniture, and mounts in Final Fantasy XIV is on the way. Square Enix revealed the FFXIV Moogle Treasure Trove will begin on October 19, 2021. This time around, the most expensive item you can get is an Inferno Jacket for your FFXIV avatar with Ifrit on it. Things kick off on October 19, 2021.

The October 2021 run of the FFXIV Moogle Treasure Trove will be like past ones. You can earn Irregular Tomestones of Lore for taking part in certain dungeon crawls and PvP activities. (The Duty Finder will have a Moogle icon next to qualifying activities.) When you have enough Tomestones, you can head to an Itinerant Moogle at Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks, New Gridania, or Ul’dah, Steps of Nald to trade them in. You can then get various items as rewards. (Though, in some cases you do need to complete main scenario quests to unlock a few rewards.)

The most expensive item this time is the FFXIV Inferno Jacket. This is a jacket any class can wear. On the back is a design based on the MMORPG’s version of Ifrit. People need 100 Tomestones to claim it. Some of the other rewards include the Auspicious Kamuy mount, Dark Lanner mount, and the Modern Aesthetics – Styled for Hire hairstyle. Each of those costs 50 Tomestones.

Here’s a closer look at the FFXIV Inferno Jacket, courtesy of the Japanese Twitter account.

Final Fantasy XIV is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC. The FFXIV Moogle Treasure Trove: The Hunt for Lore will be held October 19, 2021 until 6.0 and Endwalker release on November 23, 2021.

Jenni Lada
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