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Levequest/Levemete Locations by Level


This is an edit to Setrien Nuen's original article, since after a minute it starts getting unclear and somewhat cluttered. NPC names have been double checked for spelling accuracy. Note: Aetherytes are on the same map as the levemete, but may not necessarily be physically closer than aetherytes on connecting maps.

Levemete Location Quick List
Level - Levemete NPC Name - Map Location (Coordinates)
1 - T'mokkri - Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks ()
1 - Gontrant - New Gridania ()
1 - Eustace - Ul'dah-Steps of Nald ()
5 - Wyrkholsk - Lower La Noscea ()
5 - Muriaule - Central Shroud ()
5 - Graceful Song - Western Thanalan ()
10 - Swygskyf - Western La Noscea ()
10 - Tierney - Central Shroud ()
10 - Totonowa - Western Thanalan ()
15 - Orwen - Western La Noscea ()
15 - Qina Lyehga - East Shroud ()
15 - Poponagu - Eastern Thanalan ()
20 - Ourawann - Lower La Noscea ()
20~25 - Eugene - Lower La Noscea ()
20~25 - Nyell - South Shroud ()
20~25 - Cedrepierre - East Shroud ()
20~25 - Esmond - Southern Thanalan ()
20~25 - Kikiri - Eastern Thanalan ()
30 - Nahctahr - Eastern La Noscea ()
30 - Merthelin - South Shroud ()
30 - Aileen - Eastern La Noscea ()
35 - Cimeaurant - Coerthas Central Highlands ()
35 - Haisie - Coerthas Central Highlands ()
35 - C'lafumyn - Eastern La Noscea ()
35 - H'amneko - South Shroud ()
35 - Blue Herring - Southern Thanalan ()
40 - Rurubana - Northern Thanalan ()
40 - Voilinaut - Coerthas Central Highlands ()
40 - Lodille - Coerthas Central Highlands ()
45 - K'leytai - Mor Dhona ()
45 - Eidhart - Mor Dhona ()
50+ - Eloin - Foundation ()

And a more detailed list

Levequest/Levemete Locations by Level

Level 1 Levequests
T'mokkri: Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks - The Drowning Wench [Adventurer's Guild] ()
Aetheryte: Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks

Gontrant: New Gridania - Carline Canopy [Adventurer's Guild] ()
Aetheryte: New Gridania

Eustace: Ul'dah-Steps of Nald - The Quicksand [Adventurer's Guild] ()
Aetheryte: Ul'dah-Steps of Nald

-As you unlock other levemetes from their respective regions, these levemetes will begin to offer up to level 25 levequests.

Level 5 Levequests
Wyrkholsk: Lower La Noscea - Cedarwood - Red Rooster Stead ()
Aetheryte - The Moraby Drydocks

Muriaule: Central Shroud - Jadeite Thick - The Bannock ()
Aetheryte - Bentbranch Meadows

Graceful Song: Western Thanalan - Hammerlea - Scorpion Crossing ()
Aetheryte - Horizon

Level 10 Levequests
Swygskyf: Western La Noscea - Quarterstone - Swiftperch ()
Aetheryte - Aleport

Tierney: Central Shroud - Bentbranch - Bentbranch Meadows ()
Aetheryte - Bentbranch Meadows

Totonowa: Western Thanalan - Horizon's Edge - Horizon ()
Aetheryte - Horizon

Level 15 Levequests
Orwen: Western La Noscea - Skull Valley - Aleport ()
Aetheryte - Aleport

Qina Lyehga: East Shroud - Nine Ivies - The Hawthorne Hut ()
Aetheryte - The Hawthorne Hut

Poponagu: Eastern Thanalan - Drybone - Camp Drybone ()
Aetheryte - Camp Drybone

Level 20 & 25 Levequests
Ourawann: Lower La Noscea - The God's Grip - The Moraby Drydocks ()
Aetheryte - The Moraby Drydocks
- Ourawann offers level 20 regular levequests and level 25 Grand Company (GC) levequests.

Eugene: Lower La Noscea - The Gods' Grip - The Moraby Drydocks ()
Aetheryte - The Moraby Drydocks
- Eugene offers level 20 GC levequests and level 25 regular levequests.

Nyell: South Shroud - Silent Arbor - Quarrymill ()
Aetheryte - Quarrymill
- Nyell offers level 25 regular levequests.

Cedrepierre: East Shroud - Nine Ivies - The Hawthorne Hut ()
Aetheryte - The Hawthorn Hut
- Cedrepierre offers level 20 and 25 GC levequests.

Esmond: Southern Thanalan - Broken Water - Little Ala Mhigo ()
Aetheryte - Little Ala Mhigo
- Esmond offers level 20 and 25 GC levequests.

Kikiri: Eastern Thanalan - Drybone - Camp Drybone ()
Aetheryte - Camp Drybone
- Kikiri offers level 20 and 25 GC levequests.

Level 30 Levequests
Nahctahr: Eastern La Noscea - Bloodshore - Costa del Sol ()
Aetheryte - Costa del Sol

Merthelin: South Shroud - Lower Paths - Camp Tranquil ()
Aetheryte - Camp Tranquil

Aileen: Eastern La Noscea - Raincatcher Gully - Wineport ()
Aetheryte - Wineport

Level 35 Levequests
Cimeaurant: Coerthas Central Highlands - Dragonhead - First Dicasterial Observatorium of Aetherial and Astrological Phenomena ()
Aetheryte - Camp Dragonhead
- Cimeaurant offers level 35 regular levequests.

Haisie: Coerthas Central Highlands - Dragonhead - First Dicasterial Observatorium of Aetherial and Astrological Phenomena ()
Aetheryte - Camp Dragonhead
- Haisie offers level 35 GC levequests for Maelstrom, Adders, and Flames.

C'lafumyn (Maelstrom): Eastern La Noscea - Bloodshore - Costa del Sol ()
Aetheryte - Costa del Sol
- C'lafumyn offers level 35 Maelstrom levequests.

H'amneko (Twin Adders): South Shroud - Lower Paths - Roots Lake ()
Aetheryte - Camp Tranquil
- H'amneko offers level 35 Twin Adder levequests.

Blue Herring (Immortal Flames): Southern Thanalan - Broken Water - Little Ala Mhigo ()
- Blue Herring offers level 35 Immortal Flames levequests.

Level 40 Levequests
Rurubana: Northern Thanalan - Bluefog - Camp Bluefog ()
Aetheryte - Camp Bluefog
- Rurubana offers level 40 regular levequests.

Voilinaut: Coerthas Central Highlands - Whitebrim - Whitebrim Front ()
Aetheryte - Camp Dragonhead
- Voilinaut offers level 40 regular levequests.

Lodille: Coerthas Central Highlands - Whitebrim - Whitebrim Front ()
Aetheryte - Camp Dragonhead
- Lodille offers level 40 GC levequests for Maelstrom, Adders, and Flames.

Level 45 Levequests
K'leytai: Mor Dhona - North Silvertear - Saint Coinach's Find ()
Aetheryte - Revenant's Toll
- K'leytai offers level 45 regular levequests.

Eidhart: Mor Dhona - North Silvertear - Saint Coinach's Find ()
Aethernet - Revenant's Toll
- Eidhart offers level 45 GC levequests for Maelstrom, Adders, and Flames.

Level 50~58 Temple Levequests
Eloin: Coerthas - Foundation - The Arc of the Humble ()
Aetheryte - Foundation
- Eloin will offer regular temple levequests in sets of 50, 52, 54, 56, and 58 as well as large-scale temple levequests in sets of 50, 52, 54, 56, and

Hope this helps! Happy gaming!


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Thanks for this!

"- Esmond offers level 20 and 25 GC levequests." Esmond does not have level When I check in Ul'dah with Eustace in The Quicksand, his skip level It seems that Ul'dah no longer has level

Probably a bit late for this but Aileen doesn't offer level 30 leves, hers are level

Awesome info

Thank you for this list! To the point and super useful o//

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H'amneko offers level 30 quests, not level

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How to level grind in Final Fantasy XIV

With three expansions now under its belt, Final Fantasy XIV level cap has moved from 50 all the way to 80 &#; unless you only have the FFXIV free trial. That&#;s a lot of levels to fight, chop, and craft your way through, but we have some essential tips for the hardcore and casual player who&#;s in a rush to maximize their gains and reach the cap fast.

Over the years, Final Fantasy XIV has introduced a dizzying number of ways to gain EXP. It&#;s not as clear-cut as the classic MMO days of grinding the same mob cluster for days on end. The most time-efficient method is to rely on daily and weekly bonuses, those with ample time on their hands, plenty of snacks, and maybe a spare screen for some Netflix binging can master all the avenues to grind their way to the top. Here&#;s how to quickly reach the max level in Final Fantasy XIV.

Leveling Your First Battle Class

FFXIV battle class grind

Final Fantasy XIV is built around battle content at the minute. You can absolutely live your life as a crafter or gatherer once you hit the level cap, but you&#;ll need to do so on a single battle class before you can turn your life around like that. You&#;ll need to plod through the game&#;s main storyline before you&#;re truly free to do your own thing.

There are plenty of ways to level up in Final Fantasy XIV, but new players should focus on the main scenario quests, something we touch on a bit in our FFXIV beginner&#;s guide. This way you&#;ll level up and experience the game and its locations as the developers intended. It won&#;t be a fast journey, but you&#;ll have to complete the main quests to do the top-tier stuff anyway, so you might as well just go with the flow.

Experience point boosting items are available &#; like the “Brand-New Ring” awarded through the Hall of the Novice questline at level 15, a headpiece through Recruit-A-Friend, or several signature outfits bought with real money through the online FFXIV item shop.

Leveling Another Battle Class

Final Fantasy XIV is different from most other MMOs. A single character is free to master every class, meaning side-quests will eventually run dry. To aid that, any battle class under your highest level class will always gain experience points at % the usual rate, dropping to 50% at level 70 and above. It&#;s an invisible buff we call the Armory Bonus, and it magically cuts the grind of leveling subsequent classes by a good margin.

That being said, side-quests aren&#;t the best way to grind levels on subsequent classes. They can send you on a goose chase for not a lot of exp. So what do you do? Well, there are a bunch of ways to level subsequent classes, and while some are faster than others, they&#;re generally far more repetitive, risking player burnout that much faster.

The ideal leveling process incorporates daily bonuses that make playing in bursts generally more favorable than rushing through the experience. But if you absolutely must grind your way to the finish line, choosing between FATEs and Deep Dungeon runs tend to be the go-to route.

Instanced dungeons

FFXIV dungeon grind

Before Shadowbringers released, running a dungeon at the unlock level offered the best EXP gains thanks to the Chain Bonus.

You won&#;t get that addictive time-limited EXP buff these days, but dungeon EXP was boosted to make runs less chain-focused/intensive gauntlets. What that means is dungeons are still a good way to grind EXP, but with new ones being around three levels between each other, the repetitive runs can get old fast.

You&#;ll get a bonus for your first run of each dungeon on a single character (not class), so if you&#;re new to the game, you&#;ll have plenty of bonuses to get from the dozen or so dungeons you&#;ll unlock at each previous expansion&#;s level cap.

AI Squadron Dungeons

If you&#;re not in the mood to run with real players, running select dungeons with AI squadron members can fill in.

You&#;ll have to contend with some wonky AI from time to time, but the raw killing power of these NPCs paired with massively increased exp rates can make short work of the portion of the Final Fantasy XIV level grind these days. Reach the Second Lieutenant rank with your Grand Company to access them.

The FATE Grind

Once the bastion of level grinding, FATE farming isn&#;t quite the behemoth it used to be. Still, it&#;s a decent way to push through levels when you&#;re between optimal dungeon runs and/or waiting for a queue to pop. FATEs are found all over the game world, can usually be easily soloed with appropriate gear, and award a decent chunk of your exp bar for the few minutes they can take to complete.

In Heavensward zones and above, these can sometimes offer up 2x their normal experience points. Just look on the map for those 2x bonuses. Better yet, if you see the mention of the &#;stench of death&#; attracting a Forlorn Maiden to the field during a FATE, be sure to kill it to get a buff that will award 2x EXP on your next FATE clear, too. The boosts can really add up over time.

Deep Dungeons

Originally conceived as a fun pastime for players to test their wits as they climb the leaderboards, Palace of the Dead, and its Stormblood equivalent Heaven-on-High, is now little more than a glorified level grind goldmine. These randomly generated dungeon crawls grant a good amount of exp after every tenth floor. But be warned; die before you get there and you&#;ll be cast back down to the first floor in the set.

The Bozjan Southern Front

Unlike the last relic-specific zone we had in Stormblood &#; Eureka &#; the Bozjan Southern Front won&#;t have us gaining experience independent of our main level. It doesn&#;t release until October 13, but we already know that any class level 72 and above are welcome, with the typical relic grind it&#;s expected to deliver doubling up as an easier way to get secondary classes caught up with our max level roles.

Hardcore grind method – If you&#;re up for playing 12 hours a day, FATEs are, as they always have been, the way to go. Regular and Deep Dungeon runs are good, too, but they&#;re harder to double up with a source of entertainment &#; like a Let&#;s Play series on your phone. You can carry this on all the way to 80 or jump into the Bozjan Southern Front at 72 to add a bit of variety to the final dash.

Casual grind method – If you only have a few hours to spare each day, the game&#;s daily/weekly bonuses can get you a lot of EXP fast. Rely on Squadron dungeon runs and the Hunting Log to reach level 50 while avoiding matchmaking queues. Switch that up with FATEs if you run out of Grand Company currencies.

Get the Guildhest and Dungeon first-time bonuses when they&#;re relevant to your level, clear your weekly challenge logs, and focus on burning through any extra rested exp you&#;ve accumulated while at work, etc. At 50 and above, the hardcore method comes into effect again, but take it easy once the weekly bonuses have been spent, as you&#;ll notice things slow considerably after this point.

EXP buffs

Final Fantasy XIV has slowly introduced more and more ways to boost experience point gains. By stacking as many of these equipment pieces and consumables with the Armory Bonus, you can boost your experience point gains from battle up to as much as %.

  • Armory Bonus (% below level 60, 50% thereafter)
  • Rested (50%)
  • Free Company Action or Squadron Battle Manual (Up to 15%)
  • Wearable items (varies)
  • Food (3%)

How to grind crafting classes

FFXIV crafting and gathering

A subset of classes in Final Fantasy XIV, Disciples of the Hand are a collection of crafting-based classes like Blacksmithing, Culinarian, and Goldsmithing. There are a total of eight crafting classes right now, and we don&#;t anticipate another arriving anytime soon. Leveling these classes can be a difficult and time-consuming process, but each one can help the other making each new class a little easier than the last. Just like combat classes, there are a few different ways to go about leveling.

Craft one of everything

While not absolutely necessary, new crafters can enjoy a burst of experience points simply by crafting an item for the first time. Notice that little checkmark next to that item you just whipped up for the first time? You can do that for any item on your recipe list, and doing so grants a one-time experience point bonus.

You&#;ll want all the practice you can get if you&#;re new to crafting, so ticking off each item isn&#;t a bad way to chip away at your experience bar. The more you raise the item&#;s quality, the more exp you&#;ll get when you finish the craft.

Custom Deliveries

Available at around level 50, these weekly turn-ins are quick and easy to pull off. Simply check the week&#;s delivery list, buy the necessary items from the appropriate vendor, and craft six of the requested items as best you can. You&#;ll earn plenty of experience points when delivering these items, and you&#;ll even get “scrips” used to purchase powerful crafting gear.

Grand Company turn-ins

Often overlooked these days, your chosen Grand Company will request a random level-appropriate craft from you each day at the turn-in counter. Just like levequests, handing in a high-quality item will net more experience points. It&#;s a quick and easy way to get some bonus experience each day.


FFXIV level grind levequests

Probably the best (and cheapest) way to level any crafting class at this point is to devote yourself to Levequests. These repeatable quests task players with delivering certain items to NPCs for a generous amount of experience points. They come in a few flavors, but “Charity” Guildleves, denoted with the image of two female crafters, tend to offer the greatest time/experience ratio as you can turn in 3 sets of items at a time.

The experience point rewards are generous and multiply for high-quality crafts. Better yet, most will reward you with the materials you used to craft the item in question, making it that much easier to repeat the Levequest over and over. If you&#;re rolling in Gil, you can even buy the required items and pass them off as your own.

Casual grind method – There isn&#;t much reason not to abuse Levequests all the way to the level cap. They&#;re fast, convenient, and award a metric ton of experience points compared to other methods.

Custom deliveries offer quick and easy bonus experience each week, and the scrips are an added bonus. Feel free to complete those if and when you&#;re able. Beast Tribe dailies like the Namazu and Moogles can offer a reliable boost each day.

Hardcore grind method &#; Craft, craft, craft. Preferably without using Quick Synthesis.

Buffs available

Like any class in Final Fantasy XIV right now, crafting classes can utilize a bunch of buffs to increase their gains. Stacking them will make for a much faster crafting experience and should be in effect at all times. They won&#;t do much when turning in Guildleves, but they&#;ll really help speed things along when doing actual crafts.

  • Rested (50%)
  • Company-Issue Engineering Manual (50%)
  • Free Company (guild) buff or Aetherial Wheel (Up to 20%)
  • Food (3%)

How to grind gathering classes

The final type of Final Fantasy XIV class is the humble Disciple of the Land. With just Fishing, Botany, and Mining available right now, these gathering classes are far less in number than their crafting counterparts – but they go hand-in-hand in numerous ways.

Leveling these classes will be fairly uneventful, but their predictability and relative simplicity make them great candidates for things to level while you watch a movie or listen to a podcast. Grinding still won&#;t be the fastest way, but it sure is less demanding of your attention. For those willing to pay a bit more attention, Leves will be the way forward yet again.

Grind by gathering

Similar to crafting classes, discovering a new item awards bonus experience points. If you see any “unknown” items on the gathering list when you open up a node, successfully gathering them for the first time will uncover their true identify and give a decent amount of bonus exp compared to each swing at the same item.

Chain bonuses for successful swings at the same item in a single node means farming the same Ash Log might not actually be a bad idea. Just uncover each new item in a new area and then go after the one with the best gathering chance. A simple swing and a miss will reset that beautiful chain bonus. Just stick a movie or audiobook on in the background and get to work.


Gathering Levequests &#; or Guildleves &#;  usually ask you to gather a specific amount of items from a specific amount of nodes. Too many failed gathering attempts can lead to drastically reduced exp rewards.

It&#;s a good idea to burn Gathering Points (GP) on abilities during these missions to increase gathering percentages, so stock up on Cordials, bring some decent stat-boosting food, and hope the odds are in your favor. They&#;re not all too different from regular gathering, but they do require some simple math to ensure you hit their goals.


FFXIV level grind gathering collectables

Locked behind the game&#;s first major expansion, Collectables feel like a combination of traditional grind gathering and Levequests.

Available through timed nodes, time management is key as you follow the clock around zones and rely on your class abilities to gather specific items. Get lucky with your appraisals and you&#;ll turn these items in for some very impressive experience points. Better yet, the scrips you earn for doing so can then be exchanged for some simple end-game gathering gear.

Ocean Fishing

Fishers have a unique way to reach the cap faster. Previously one of the more long-winded classes to grind, the Ocean Fishing mini-game has turned it into a breeze. We have a rather extensive guide up here, actually.

Whether you&#;re hardcore grinding or taking a more casual approach, hopping on the boat each hour Ocean Fishing starts up will net you the best gains. That&#;s a little fish pun for you there.

Grand Company Turn-Ins

Just like the crafting classes, your chosen Grand Company will request a new item each and every day. Deliver a high-quality item to them to get another chunk of exp added to your progress bar without much effort.

Custom Deliveries

Another repeated activity, custom deliveries are just as good for gathering classes as they are for crafters.

Identify the requested item on the list, locate it out in the field, and gather it at the highest collectability value that you’re able to. Turning in six of these gets you a big chunk of weekly experience points and some scrips to boot. You can use these on new equipment or books that will unlock gathering nodes, some of which are exceptionally rare and valuable.

Casual grind method – Until about level 15, you can hit several new nodes. Until level 60, roughly, you can rush Levequests. Collect some valuable gear, and then focus your attention on Collectibles and Custom Deliveries. You’ll find that you can get a significant bump up through Beast Tribe dailies like the Namazu. If you’re an angler, focus on tackling Ocean Fishing as much as you can.

Hardcore grind method – For this method, players should continue hitting the maximum level node they can chain comfortably. Be wary, though; that action could have a negative effect— players will face the consequences for the swings they miss mid-combo. Fishers, keep leveling up by hitting level-appropriate holes. Eventually, you can try spearfishing between Ocean Fishing runs. At that level, you’ll find the game is pretty similar to other gathering classes. 

Buffs Available

If you’re a gatherer, you can speed up the game and up the ante using experience-boosting tools, a lot like the crafting classes. Don’t waste the bonus items you win this way. These items have critical value for gatherers, unlike crafters, because you have to gather during Levequest grinds. To move quickly, we advise stacking as many things as possible and making sure you keep any Company-Issue Survival Manuals. Those disappear very quickly.

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[Top 10] FF14 Best Ways to Level ()

Final Fantasy XIV has invited several players since its launch of the recent expansion Shadowbringers. This raises the question: How can I level up my character? What about my alternate jobs and classes? Maybe you want to max out the level of all your jobs so that you can be flexible depending on the situation. This is a guide on how to start with that. 

For your main job/class, focus on numbers 1 and 2. For your alts are the rest of the list.


One of the old ways to level up a character fast is through accepting levequests available in different sanctuary locations. Levequests are repeatable quests that give various rewards.

This method is good for starting up. They are not battlecraft levequest stop at level 58, while Grand Company levequests stop at level Doing them after a certain level causes an EXP penalty, so it’s not recommended for late-game leveling. Levequests are better reserved for Disciples of Hand classes.

However, some battlecraft leves or GC leves provide a great amount of EXP. Just check them from time to time.

How Levequests work:

  • All levequests for level 1 and 5 are automatically unlocked.
  • Starting at level 10, speak to specific Levemetes who give trial levequests
  • Unlock levequests every 5 levels from level
  • Some levequests’ difficulty may be scaled up, increasing the rewards

9. Side Quests

Next are the side quests. Most side quests are to be reserved as an EXP source for your alts, but note that some are to be done to unlock some content like the Deep Dungeons. More information about the Deep Dungeons on number 5.

    Side quests are usually done while you’re in the queue for duty, especially for the duty roulette.

    Rewards vary per quest, but they all give some EXP to your current class. It’s also a way to get rid of those exclamation marks over people’s heads when you go into smaller towns.

How Side Quests Work:

  • Accept a Side Quest
  • Follow the Quest
  • Obtain Rewards

The methods are straightforward.

8. The Hunt

Upon unlocking the Second Lieutenant rank in your Grand Company, you will get a quest nearby the headquarters titled Let the Hunt Begin:

  • Maelstrom – Trachraet in Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks (X, Y)
  • Twin Adder – Scarlet in New Gridania (X, Y)
  • Immortal Flames – Mimio Mio in Ul’dah – Steps of Nald (X8, Y9)

Accomplishing the quest will unlock the Hunt board, which are classified into the following:

  • Regular Mark Bills: Daily
  • B Rank Elite Mark Bills: Weekly (refreshes on Tuesdays)
  • A Rank
  • S Rank

In Heavensward, Clan Mark Bills were introduced available in the Clan Hunt Board in Foundation (X12, Y11), which refresh daily. Subsequently, Stormblood introduced Veteran Clan Marks Bills, which is available in Kugane (X11, Y10) or Rhalgar’s Reach. Both of these two reward Gil, Centurio Seals, and EXP. For Shadowbringers are the Nutsy Clan Mark Bills found in The Crystarium (X, Y). This will reward EXP, Centurio Seals, and Sack of Nuts which is a currency used to exchange for some materia.

How The Hunt Works:

  • Accept a Mark Bill
  • Kill the monster in the mark
  • Obtain rewards

This is a good way to kill time as you wait for your duty finder to find a party.

7. Hunting Log

When you’re playing solo, hunting logs is one of the best ways to earn EXP in your downtime. It is a list of monsters to kill, location, difficulty, and experience rewards. As you progress through the whole list, you go up a rank and a new list is given to you holding more rewards to be earned.

To unlock the hunting log, finish your first class quest.

An example of the hunting log.

How Hunting Logs work:

  • Open up Logs in your player menu and select Hunting Log (default keyboard shortcut is H key)
  • Select a class and difficulty.
  • Hover your cursor over the target to know the location.
  • Kill the required amount of targets.
  • Rewards will be awarded automatically.

This is another way to kill time while you wait for your party in the duty finder.

6. Challenge Log

When at a loss on what to do in the game, you can check your Challenge Logs for the game’s suggested activities. They reward the player with Gil and EXP. Additional rewards can be given upon overall completion of the challenge log. This log refreshes weekly on Tuesday at AM (PDT) and can be done repeatedly. 

To unlock the Challenge Log, complete the level 15 Main Scenario Quest Rising to the Challenge from I’tolwann in Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks (X, Y11). A prerequisite of the quest is a level 15 quest Call to the Sea from Bartholomew in Ul’dah – Steps of Thal (X10, Y12) for those who started in Gridania or Limsa Lominsa, or from the serpent officer in Old Gridania (X8, Y11) for those from Ul’dah.

An example of the challenge log.

How The Challenge Log Works:

  • This awards a percentile of your max EXP based on your current level
  • There are different categories in the challenge log, depending on what you want to accomplish
  • The tasks are listed and you can do as it says
  • Rewards will be awarded automatically

5. Beast Tribes

As you go through the Main Scenario Quests in A Realm Reborn, you are introduced to the existence of beast tribes: different races that made their attempts to summon god-like beings called Primals.

    Unlocking beast tribes vary per tribe. The first one available is the Ixali beast tribe unlockable through Scarlet in New Gridania (X9, Y11) in the quest A Bad Bladder.

How Beast Tribes Work:

  • Each day, you only have a limited daily allowance of Beast Tribe quests that you can do
  • There are Disciples of War or Magic and Disciples of Hand beast tribes, select which applies for you
  • Each expansion has a different set of Beast Tribe, do quests according to your level
  • They work like side quests, but you may have to interact with some items limited to the tribe
  • Obtain EXP upon completion of the quest

4. Free Company

You can join a Free Company (FC) to make some friends who can accompany you in your quests, as well as earn up to 10% bonus EXP.

    Most active players in an FC don’t mind accompanying others since it’s a one-hit kill when you run lower-level dungeons unsynced. Running a dungeon unsynced means going in an undersized party (compared to the recommended party size). However, you don’t get EXP rewards for your run on unsynced. It’s recommended for times when you have been waiting for hours and the queue hasn’t moved so that you can move on with your story progression.

How Free Company works:

  • Upon reaching level 25 and joining a Grand Company, players can find a Free Company through the Lodestone Free Company search portal
  • Find a Free Company which applies to your interests and needs
  • Some will have the bonus EXP buff active
  • Make friends along the way

3. Deep Dungeon

Deep Dungeon is a dungeon crawl having several floors. There are two types of Deep Dungeons in FFXIV, The Palace of the Dead (PoTD) and the Heaven-on-High (HoH). Both dungeons change their layout per run, with the boss per set floors only the same.

While some may argue that this makes one feel dead inside, you can do this task while watching Netflix or doing some other task since you don’t need to think that much.

For PoTD, it is recommended to go over floors repeatedly until level 60, then proceed to repeat floors for HoH.

To unlock PoTD, start the level 17 quest The House That Death Built found in New Gridania (X, Y) by talking to Nojiro Marujiro. As a prerequisite of the quest, accomplish the main scenario quest Into a Copper Hell. Enter the Palace of the Dead by speaking with the Wood Wailer Expeditionary Captain in Quarrymill (X, ) in the region South Shroud. The dialogue box has an old-RPG game aesthetic, but the actual dungeon crawl will use the usual art style.

To unlock HoH, have a character on at least level 61 and do the prerequisite quest Tide Goes in, Imperials go out, then talk to Hamakaze found in Ruby Sea (X, Y) to get the quest Knocking on Heaven’s Door. To enter Heaven-on-High, speak with Kyusei in Ruby Sea (X, Y).

How Deep Dungeon Works:

  • Finish PoTD to floor
  • Reset your progress or start a new run on an empty save file.
  • You get to repeat floors
  • Upon reaching level 60, do various things like class quest to raise your level to at least level 61
  • Finish HoH to floor 30
  • Do the quest that is unlocked after finishing said floor
  • Clear your data where you finished floor 30, and repeat floors
  • Repeat until you reach level

2. Duty Roulette

In the Duty Finder window, you can select duty roulette. Through the duty roulette, you can be awarded EXP daily. All you have to do is finish random trials, dungeons, and raids. The instance is random but will be based on what you have finished so you don’t have to worry.

    Also, when you are the Adventurer in Need for the selected duty roulette, which is based on what is not in abundance in the queue (usually a tank or a healer), you get to have bonus EXP and Gil.

    You can also earn tomestones through this which can be exchanged for gear and other items. Tomestone gear in the current tier can substitute for a crafted gear of the same tier/iLvl range.

How Duty Roulette Works:

  • Enter queue for the Duty Roulette:<type of category>
  • Finish the dungeon
  • Earn EXP

This method is recommended for those who are leveling for If you have finished the roulette for today and want to keep grinding, just do the highest level of Shadowbringers dungeon that you can do. There are no shortcuts.

1. Main Scenario Quests (MSQ)

The best way to earn EXP for your main class is still through playing through the main storyline through the MSQ. You get to immerse yourself in good stories while earning loads of EXP for finishing each quest. You might have to do some dungeons or trials to get through them, all you have to do is follow the story.

    This is the number one thing you have to finish before looking at other things to do in the game.

How Main Scenario Quests work:

  • Find the blue exclamation mark over people’s heads. The next MSQ title can also be seen when you look at the top left portion of your screen.
  • When you click the quest title on your screen, the map will open to show where the quest giver is
  • Do the quest
  • Finish the storyline

The only time you have to look at the rest of the list when you’re leveling your main class is when you don’t meet the level requirements for the MSQ. This can easily be filled with Duty Roulettes or other methods which don’t take much time.

You do not have to select only one method to follow to level up. You can mix and match them according to your free time, interest, and play style. Happy gaming!

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What are Levequests?

Levequests are repeatable quests you can do to gain various rewards. To start a Levequest, you must first have a &#;Leve Allowance&#; to spend. To start a Levequest, view the quest journal entry and click &#;Initiate&#; on the bottom.

&#;I know what Levequests are, I need the Levemete locations!&#;, Okay&#; okay.. Scroll down to that.
&#;Where are the crafting / gathering Leves!? We have that too
&#;Grand Company locations?&#; Click here

Unlocking Levequests: All Level 1 and 5 Levequests are automatically unlocked after you unlock the Levequest System. Levequests are unlocked every 5 levels from level and every 2 levels from 50 onwards.

Starting Level 10, each batch of Levequests must be &#;unlocked&#; by speaking to the respective Levemete. They give you a trial Levequest (does not reduce allowances) to prove you&#;re up for the task. Unlocking new Levemetes are a great indication of where you should be leveling up.

Levequests are unlocked every 5 levels from level

**Note: when changing Class, make sure you finish your Level 10 class quest from the Guildmaster in order to unlock Levequests for the new class you are leveling.

You can also accept any Levequest in the region you&#;ve unlocked through the Levemetes in the  Adventurers&#; Guild (where your inn room is)

Some types of Levequests allow you to scale their difficulty. You can choose a difficulty of up to +1 to +4, usually adjusting the monster level. Naturally, by scaling up the difficulty, the rewards also increase!


How often do I gain Leve Allowances?

You gain 3 Leve Allowances every 12 hours.

What are the different kinds of Levequests?

Battlecraft Leves
The most common type of levequest, these give EXP for combat (Disciple of War or Disciple of Magic classes). Their difficulty can be scaled up and can be performed in a party. Doing these in groups makes even a +4 difficulty Levequest extremely easy, and great for farming fast EXP.

Tradecraft Leves
These levequests provide EXP for crafting (Disciple of Hand) classes. They usually involve submitting one to three items to an NPC. Submitting High Quality item triples the exp gained. Some Tradecraft Leves actually &#;refund&#; your allowance if you submit all HQ items! You may not scale their difficulty, and can only be performed solo.

Fieldcraft Leves
Gains EXP for Disciple of Land classes. They can be scaled in difficulty, but cannot be undertaken in groups. Be warned though, scaling the difficulty of Fieldcraft Levequests should be done carefully. Gathering materials way above your level can result in a lot of time and exp lost! (Failed gathers, low chains).

Grand Company Leves
Similar to Battlecraft Levequests, these must be done using a combat class. However, the EXP & Gil rewards for these are much smaller. The main reward for doing these are the Grand Company Seals you&#;ll be getting. These must be done alone, and be scaled up in difficulty.

Levequest / Levemete Locations

Yeah, I know how you feel. Need a bit of quick EXP but you don&#;t know where the nearest Levemete is? Here you go. (Below is a sortable table of levemete information. On the upper right of the table there is a search filter.)

45Mor DhonaSt. Coinach's FindK'leytai
40Coerthas Central HighlandsWhitebrim FrontVoilinaut
40Northern ThanalanCamp BluefogRurubana
35Eastern La NosceaWineportAileen
35Coerthas Central HighlandsObservatoriumCimeaurant
30Southern ThanalanLittle Ala MhigoEsmond
30Eastern La NosceaCosta del SolNahctahr
30South ShroudCanp TranquilMerthelin
25East ShroudThe Hawthorne HutQina Lyehga
25South ShroudQuarrymillNyell
25Lower La NosceaMoraby DrydocksOurawann
25Southern ThanalanLittle Ala MhigoEsmond
25Eastern ThanalanCamp DrybonePoponagu
20East ShroudThe Hawthorne HutQina Lyehga
20South ShroudQuarrymillNyell
20Lower La NosceaMoraby Drydocks33Ourawann
20Eastern ThanalanCamp DrybonePoponagu
15East ShroudThe Hawthorne HutQina Lyehga
15Eastern ThanalanCamp DrybonePoponagu
15Western La NosceaAleportOrwen
10Western La NosceaSwiftperchSwygskyf
10Western ThanalanHorizonTotonowa
10Central ShroudBentbranch MeadowsTierney
5Central ShroudThe BannockMuriaule
5Western ThanalanScorpion CrossingGraceful Song
5Lower La NosceaRed Rooster SteadWyrkholsk
1Central ShroudThe BannockMuriaule
1Western ThanalanScorpion CrossingGraceful Song
1Lower La NosceaRed Rooster SteadWyrkholsk

Generally speaking, doing Battlecraft Leves are the worst way to spend Leve Allowances. Grand Company Leves are considered one of the best ways to use them (as long as you need the seals). These are extremely useful when leveling up a second class, when you&#;ve depleted quests around the area.

Where are the Crafting Levequests Locations?

45ALLMor DhonaSt. Coinach's FindK'leytai

Ul'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
45CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
45ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
40ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
40ALLCoerthas Central HighlandsWhitebrim FrontVoilinaut
40ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
40CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
35ALLCoerthas Central HighlandsObservatoriumCimeaurant
35ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
35CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
35ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
30ALLEastern La NosceaCosta del SolNahctahr
30ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
30ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
30CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
25ALLSouth ShroudQuarrymillNyell
25ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
25CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
25ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
20ALLSouth ShroudQuarrymillNyell
20ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
20ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
20CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
15ALC, GSM, WVREastern ThanalanCamp DrybonePoponagu
15ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
15ARM, BSM, CULWestern La NosceaAleportOrwen
15ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
15CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
15CRP. LTWEast ShroudThe Hawthorne HutQina Lyehga
10ALC, GSM, WVRWestern ThanalanHorizonTotonowa
10ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
10ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
10ARM, BSM, CULWestern La NosceaSwiftperchSwygskyf
10CRP. LTWCentral ShroudBentbranch MeadowsTierney
10CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
5ALC, GSM, WVRWestern ThanalanScorpion CrossingGraceful Song
5ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
5ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
5ARM, BSM, CULLower La NosceaRed Rooster SteadWyrkholsk
5CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers's GuildGontrant
5CRP. LTWCentral ShroudThe BannockMuriaule
1ALC, GSM, WVRWestern ThanalanScorpion CrossingGraceful Song
1ALC, GSM, WVRUl'dahAdventurers' GuildEustace
1ARM, BSM, CULLower La NosceaRed Rooster SteadWyrkholsk
1ARM, BSM, CULLimsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
1CRP. LTWGridaniaAdventurers' GuildGontrant
1CRP. LTWCentral ShroudThe BannockMuriaule

Basically, there are 2 sets of crafting levequests per tier. 3 from the city of your crafting class, 2 from the &#;local levemete&#;. It still follows the pattern of 5 levequests per 5 levels.

In need of specific rewards or items needed? Here:
Alchemist Leves | Armorsmith Leves | Blacksmith Leves | Carpentry Leves |
Culinarian Leves | Goldsmith Leves | Leatherworking Leves | Weaving Leves

Where are the Gathering Levequests Locations?

45Mor DhonaSt. Coinach's FindK'leytai
40Coerthas Central HighlandsWhitebrim FrontVoilinaut
35Coerthas Central HighlandsObservatoriumCimeaurant
30Eastern La NosceaCosta del SolNahctahr
25South ShroudQuarrymillNyell
20South ShroudQuarrymillNyell
15Eastern ThanalanCamp DrybonePoponagu
15Western La NosceaAleportOrwen
15East ShroudThe Hawthorne HutQina Lyehga
10Western ThanalanHorizonTotonowa
10Western La NosceaSwiftperchSwygskyf
10Central ShroudBentbranch MeadowsTierney
5Western ThanalanScorpion CrossingGraceful Song
5Limsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri
5Central ShroudThe BannockMuriaule
1Western ThanalanScorpion CrossingGraceful Song
1Central ShroudThe BannockMuriaule
1Limsa LominsaAdventurers' GuildT'mokkri

Where are the Grand Company Levequests Locations?

LevelMapAreasXYNPCGrand Company
45Mor DhonaSt. Coinach's FindEidhartMaelstrom
45Mor DhonaSt. Coinach's FindEidhartTwin Adder
45Mor DhonaSt. Coinach's FindEidhartImmortal Flame
40Coerthas Central HighlandsWhitebrimLodilleMaelstrom
40Coerthas Central HighlandsWhitebrimLodilleTwin Adder
40Coerthas Central HighlandsWhitebrimLodilleImmortal Flame
35Coerthas Central HighlandsObservatorium25HaisieMaelstrom
35Coerthas Central HighlandsObservatorium25HaisieTwin Adder
35Coerthas Central HighlandsObservatorium25HaisieImmortal Flame
30Western La NosceaCosta del SolC'lafumynMaelstrom
30South ShroudCamp TranquilH'amnekoTwin Adder
30Southern ThanalanLittle Ala MhigoBlue HerringImmortal Flame
25Lower La NosceaMoraby DocksEugeneMaelstrom
25East ShroudHawthorne HutCedrepierreTwin Adder
25Eastern ThanalanCamp Drybone24KikiriImmortal Flame
20Lower La NosceaMoraby DocksEugeneMaelstrom
20East ShroudHawthorne HutCedrepierreTwin Adder
20Eastern ThanalanCamp Drybone24KikiriImmortal Flame
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