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How to Get Cherimoya in FFXIV Dawntrail

Dawntrail has a ton of new crafting recipes and items for players to gather. One of the new additions is the Cherimoya fruit, which lets players create a couple of intriguing new food recipes. If you want to get some Cherimoya for yourself, it is, fortunately, quite easy and even cheap to do so in FFXIV Dawntrail.

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Where to get Cherimoya in FFXIV Dawntrail
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Where do I buy Cherimoya in FFXIV Dawntrail?

There are two main ways to buy Cherimoya and get it in this MMO. The first is through the Market Board, but I highly recommend against going with this route. At least, for now. If you buy here, there is a high chance someone will be reselling the Cherimoya they got through the other method for an unnecessarily higher price for profit.

Instead, what you should do is head to the following location:

  • Tuliyollal – X: 13.1, Y: 12.7

Here in the main city of Tural, you’ll find an NPC trader named Goplu. This NPC trader sells the Cherimoya fruit here as many as you need for only 986 Gil each.

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All Cherimoya crafting recipes in FFXIV Dawntrail

Now that you have some Cherimoya, you are able to start using it for a couple of crafting recipes in FFXIV Dawntrail. For now, there is only one food item that uses Cherimoya, but there are two different crafting jobs that can make it. These are the crafting recipes for making Cherimoya Juice:

  • Cherimoya Juice (Alchemist Level 90): Berkanan Sap, 2 Cherimoya, 4 Coconut Milk, 8 Lightning Crystals, and 8 Water Crystals
  • Cherimoya Juice (Culinarian Level 90): Berkanan Sap, 2 Cherimoya, 4 Coconut Milk, 8 Fire Crystals, and 8 Water Crystals

Final Fantasy XIV: Dawntrail is available right now for the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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