What is a Guildhest?
Guildhests are instanced group quests, usually involves a mini-dungeon or boss fight, that players can complete for experience and gil. Guildhests are designed to teach players basic group mechanics that will be needed later on during Dungeons and Trials.
How do you get Guildhest?
Guildhests are accessed through the Duty Finder once a player unlocks it by speaking to Battlewardens at certain hamlets near the beginning of the game, after completing their first Guildleve. There are fourteen Guildhests in total, ranging from level 10 to level 40 (with two every 5 levels).
How do you unlock higher level Guildhests?
How do I find it? Complete the highest level guildhest available. Once you’ve completed it, it’ll unlock the next guildhest. Repeat until you get to “More than a Feeler.”
Do I need to do Guildhests?
You can do guildhests over and over again, but IMO it’s only worth it to do it once per class because you get a one-time bonus the first time you beat a certain guildhest with that class.
How do you unlock bowl of embers hard?
To unlock this trial, you will need to complete the following quests.
- Main Scenario Quest – ‘The Ultimate Weapon’ Raubahn – Northern Thanalan (X:15, Y:16)
- Sidequest – ‘A Recurring Problem’ Minfillia – The Waking Sands (X:6, Y:6)
- Sidequest – ‘Ifrit Bleeds, We Can Kill It’ Thancred – The Waking Sands (X:6.1, Y:5.1)
Are Guildhests good for exp?
For these reasons, Guildhests are essential to any FFXIV leveling guide, especially for new players. If you’re struggling to find other players, use the Duty Finder to acquaint yourself with some dungeon buds. Guildhests provide a decent chunk of EXP every five levels up until 45 and they scale nicely in difficulty.
Where can I get ventures?
Players can acquire Ventures from their respective Grand Company vendor after reaching a rank of Private Third Class for 200 seals each. Players can also acquire them from Beast Tribe Quests and Guildleves.