Neo Kingdom Gear FFXIV Dawntrail
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Where to Find and How to Get Neo Kingdom Gear in FFXIV Dawntrail

Final Fantasy XIV Dawntrail will have plenty of different gearsets to obtain, with the Neo Kingdom gear being the first set of Tomestone gear you can acquire. This guide will break down where to find the Neo Kingdom gear in FFXIV Dawntrail, and how much currency you will need to obtain every individual piece.

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Where to Find and How to Get Neo Kingdom Gear in FFXIV Dawntrail

In order to obtain Neo Kingdom armor and weapons you will need to do the following:

  • Reach Level 100 on any Disciple of War or Disciple of Magic Job Class
  • Complete the Main Scenario Quest “Dawntrail”

Once you have completed the Main Scenario Quest “Dawntrail,” which will signal the end of the 7.0 Main Scenario Quests, head to Solution Nine. From there, go to X:8.7, Y:13.5 and speak to Zircon <Tomestone Exchange>. You will need to acquire Allagan Tomestones of Aesthetics, which can be obtained from running Expert Roulette and any Roulettes on your Level 100 Job Class. You can also get a handful of these Tomestones through PvP.

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Prices for gear obtained through exchanging Allagan Tomestones of Aesthetics for the Neo Kingdom gear in FFXIV Dawntrail are as follows:

  • Weapons – 500 Tomestones
  • Head, Hands, Feet – 245 Tomestones
  • Body, Legs – 410 Tomestones
  • Accessories – 180 Tomestones

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

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