Discover Enriched Adventures in Final Fantasy 14's Latest Moogle Treasure Trove

Elijah Thornton


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As January draws to a close, players of Final Fantasy 14 will be treated to a revamped iteration of the Moogle Treasure Trove event, injecting fresh excitement with a broader array of activities. This revamped event promises adventurers more ways to engage, from ocean fishing to Gold Saucer festivities, as they collect the event's special currency to exchange for desired rewards.

Following the release of Patch 6.55, which wrapped up the Endwalker storyline and teased the forthcoming Dawntrail expansion, Final Fantasy 14 has continued to captivate its audience. Players were invited to delve into several side quests, among them Tataru's Grand Endeavor and the latest installment of the Hildibrand adventures. Although the release date for Dawntrail is yet to be announced, the latest Moogle Treasure Trove event ensures there’s no shortage of content for eager explorers.

The event, branded as The First Hunt for Genesis, kicks off bright and early at 3:00 a.m. Eastern on Tuesday, January 30, and will run until 10:59 a.m. Eastern on Monday, March 11. Square Enix has also teased that a second Moogle Treasure Trove event will follow, though the timing remains under wraps. A departure from the traditional dungeon-focused grind, this event iteration introduces more versatile activities for gathering "Irregular Tomestones of Genesis I," enabling simultaneous gil earnings through various pursuits such as the ever-popular ocean fishing.

Event Details:

- Begins: 3:00 a.m. Eastern, January 30
- Ends: 10:59 a.m. Eastern, March 11
- Notice: The event may be subject to unscheduled suspension.

Adventurers looking to cash in their Irregular Tomestones can find Itinerant Moogles ready to trade in Ul'dah, Limsa Lominsa, or Gridania. Among the unique treasures on offer are the Mameshiba Necklace and the Modern Legend hairstyle, perfect for those wanting to add a personal touch to their avatar's look. Additionally, a newly introduced Mogpendium will serve as a guide for tracking event objectives, which includes weekly tasks and Minimog Challenges - a once-a-week opportunity for the event's duration that provides an alternative way to earn the prized tomestones. For those seeking an even greater haul, the Ultimog Challenge presents a substantial Irregular Tomestone bounty but can only be completed once per event period.

While the full list of activities that yield Irregular Tomestones is still under wraps, what's certain is that there's no lack of adventure for Final Fantasy 14 aficionados. Between the fresh Moogle Treasure Trove and the encore of the Final Fantasy 11 collaboration event, Final Fantasy 14 ensures its community remains engaged as the season transitions into February.


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