Gil in FFXIV

Comments · 119 Views

The main story quests and the dungeons will give a significant amount of gil. Players can also earn a decent amount of gil from the challenge log, side quests, and leves.

FFXIV is a great game with a lot of content to offer. The main quests reward a large amount of Gil and even the side quests and leves give some. Dungeons and raids also reward a fair amount of Gil.

Lastly, Company Seals can be used to buy unique equipment from the Grand Companies. So how do you make a huge sum of Gil in FFXIV?

Disciples of the Hand and Land

Players can obtain gil in a variety of ways in FFXIV. It can be obtained in the field by killing enemies and collecting it from chests. It can also be purchased from vendors in the Market and on the Auction House. Players can also sell items, equipment, and Materia for a small amount of gil.

The main story quests and the dungeons will give a significant amount of gil. Players can also earn a decent amount of gil from the challenge log, side quests, and leves.

It's best to level up a Disciples of the Land (Miner, Botanist, or Fisher) as they have one of the best earning potentials in terms of gil. These classes are able to collect high-level materials that are needed for crafting, such as Elemental Shards and Crystals. These can then be sold to other players on the Market Board for a profit. In addition, they can decipher Treasure Maps for a larger amount of gil.

Gathering

There are a variety of ways to earn Gil in FFXIV. Many of these methods involve grinding, and many require a fair amount of time. Enemies will drop gil after battle, and the amount they drop increases over time (starting at 1.5x on Day 7, then twice on Day 10, and eventually three times on Day 13). Completing quests will often reward the player with a decent amount of gil in addition to stat increases.

Treasure maps also provide a significant amount of Gil upon completion. These can be sold to a vendor for a decent profit. Additionally, Thieves can Mug Beastmen and certain NMs for a small amount of gil, which can be used to purchase items on the Market Board or through their retainers.

Lastly, players can also make a steady flow of gil by completing Old Sharlayan leves. This method is less labor intensive than the other options, and can be done at any point during the week. However, it is best to do these at night as this limits competition from other sellers, allowing the player to undercut their competitors and sell more quickly.

Crafting

Players can craft a variety of items in FFXIV, including food, furniture, weapons, armor, mounts, chocobo barding and orchestrations. However, crafting is one of the least glamorous ways to generate gil in the game because it requires a lot of patience and grinding for a relatively small amount of monetary reward.

As a general rule, it is not worth gathering the materials required to make any crafted items in FFXIV. Even with the gil-generating cross class action Rapid Synthesis, it will be a net loss the majority of the time.

The exception to this is the Old Sharlayan leves, which offer a passive, almost-passive way to accrue thousands of gil a week by completing simple tasks and providing convenience for other activities (such as repairing gear and obtaining consumables). Using a stockpile of leve allowances to complete these is one of the most profitable gil-making methods in FFXIV. Players can also sell crafted items on the Market Board, which is an interconnected second-hand marketplace that spans servers.

Leves

Gil is the primary currency in FFXIV. Players earn gil after battle and find it in chests. They can also sell equipment, items and Materia for gil.

Leves are one of the best ways to make f14 gil in FFXIV. However, players must consider the overhead costs when choosing which Leves to undertake. Those that require intermediate crafting materials -- like shards, crystals and clusters -- add to the cost of each quest. Also, Leves that require a large number of items to complete -- like Oretoise enemies or the Platinum Ingots required for Pentamelding -- will lower the amount of gil earned per quest. It is important to never overcap your allowances. For example, if you have 100 Leve Allowances and do not level up any crafts, then completing a Temple Leve will result in you throwing away gil. Similarly, only trade in items like Goblinol and Goblacquer when they can be sold for at least 1,000 Gil on the Market Board.

 

Comments