New dungeons and challenges are coming in Patch 2.3 for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn. FFXIV account holders will be able to explore Hullbreaker Isle, the Tam-Tara Deepcroft and the Stone Vigil to hunt Final Fantasy XIV Gil and items. We’ll go over the basics each character needs to know about these dungeons.
Getting FFXIV Gil from Hullbreaker Isle
Hullbreaker Isle is one of several new dungeons Final Fantasy XIV account holders can explore in Patch 2.3. Only Disciples of War or Magic at level 50 will be able to enter the 90 minute dungeon. Additionally, FFXIV items need to be at least level 70 for this dungeon. Admission to the dungeon is only open to characters that have finished the The Ultimate Weapon quest. If they have finished this quest, then they can take the King of the Hull quest to take on this dungeon.
FFXIV Gil from the Tam-Tara Deepcroft
The patch opens up The Tam-Tara Deepcroft (Hard) dungeon for players with characters at level 50. Similar to the previous dungeon, an item level of 70 or above is required. Up to four players can hunt Gil and items in the dungeon for 90 minutes. Interested players will have to take the quest Corpse Groom from Paiyo Reiyo in Ul’dah. This quest however requires players to have first completed The Ultimate Weapon quest.
Exploring The Stone Vigil for FFXIV Gil
The last dungeon we’ll discuss today is The Stone Vigil (Hard) dungeon. Open to up to four players with characters at level 50 of Disciple of War or Magic, the dungeon requires challengers to have equipment at level 70 or better. Players will have 90 minutes to complete the dungeon. Challengers will have to take the Blood for Stone quest from Faillicie in Mor Dhona. The quest is available to characters that have finished The Ultimate Weapon quest.