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How to Unlock FFXIV Myths of the Realm Raid in Patch 6.3

FFXIV Myths of the Realm Unlock

The continuation of the Myths of the Realm raid is available in FFXIV through Patch 6.3. Like previous raid content, players will need to make sure certain perquisites are met before they can throw themselves headfirst into combat. Thankfully, for those keeping current with

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FFXIV content, the unlock requirements aren’t too steep for this next set of the Myths of the Realm. That said, as a base requirement you will have needed to clear the previous tier of raid content, which you can learn how to do so here.

However, if you’re current and ready to jump into the next series of the Myths of the Realm raid content in FFXIV, you only need to follow a few simple steps.

First, you must be at least Level 90 on either Disciple of War or Magic Job Class. From there you can head to Mor Dhona and speak to Deryk, who can be found at X:23.9 Y:9.1. The only other prerequisite outside of level requirement is that you must have completed the Chronicles of a New Era quest “The Face of an Explorer.” A total of three quests are available beyond the initial one, which will unlock the subsequent tiers and inform players about the mythos of Eorzea’s major deities.

This is a great way to increase the item level of your character, either for your main or side Job Classes. This can come in the form of accessories, armor, and with enough time a weapon. However, keep in mind that while the raid is still fresh, players can only obtain one reward per-raid a week.

Final Fantasy XIV is available for the PS4, PS5, and PC.

Kazuma Hashimoto
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