How to Unlock Alexandria FFXIV Dawntrail
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How to Unlock the Alexandria Dungeon in FFXIV Dawntrail

Final Fantasy IX fans rejoice! Some semblance of the beautiful Alexandria has appeared in FFXIV, even if it is just a dungeon. This guide will tell you everything you need to know in order to unlock and run the Alexandria dungeon in FFXIV Dawntrail.

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How to Unlock the Alexandria Dungeon in FFXIV Dawntrail

  • Accept the Main Scenario Quest “Dawntrail”
  • Reach Level 100 on any Disciple of War of Disciple of Magic Job Class
  • Reach Item Level 670

Alexandria is the final Main Scenario Quest dungeon in Final Fantasy XIV Dawntrail 7.0. We won’t mention how it ties into the narrative, but even if you haven’t been playing close attention to the story, this probably isn’t a surprise.

This dungeon will require you to have at the very minimum Item Level 670 gear. However, at this point you should have unlocked how to obtain your Artifact Gear through the Main Scenario Quest. But if you are hurting for Accessories, you can run the Origenics dungeon a few times to get what you need.

Like all Main Scenario Quest dungeons in Dawntrail, you can run this duty through the Trust System. A select handful of NPCs will accompany you through Alexandria, and will more or less perform mechanics as a way to teach you what to avoid during boss fights.

Final Fantasy XIV, and the Dawntrail expansion, is immediately available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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