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Best and Most Effective Ways to Level Up Fast in Final Fantasy XIV
With the release of Shadowbringers in 2019, Square Enix’s rags to riches MMORPG, Final Fantasy XIV (FFXIV), is experiencing the most universally praised period since its disastrous launch back in 2010. Each expansion has added to FFXIV’s rich story driven narrative, its varied gameplay, and has chipped away at the technical debt inherited from its lackluster beginnings.
The class/job tedium of version 1.0 saw some of the biggest changes over the years. For the most part, complexity has been stripped away in favour of familiarity, while the signature feature to master any and all jobs on a single character is retained. This “choose your own adventure(r)” bit adds replayability to a game that often sees lulls of content between updates.
Methods of acquiring experience points (EXP) are as numerous as the selection of jobs to choose from, each with a varying degree of effectiveness. As a general rule, the best or fastest way to level up any job is dependent on whether you’re leveling for the first time, powering up additional jobs (alts), and/or what you’ve unlocked in terms of content.
Final Fantasy XIV’s community of players have taken to YouTube in order to highlight some of the most popular methods of fast leveling. Each method has its strengths/weaknesses and time/value weighting, so the more you know, the easier it will be to pick the right method for your own level grinding goal.
Final Fantasy XIV - Hunting Log
Method Name: Hunting Log
How Method Works: Enemy Scavenger Hunt
Level Range Value: Level 1 - 50
Fun Fact: For all you completionists out there who like to check a box, and besides, completion of the log is a requirement for certain game features after Level 50 that are associated with your Grand Company or your Relic Quest.
Final Fantasy XIV - FATEs
Method Name: FATEs
How Method Works: Timed Event Battles
Time/Value by Level: Various
Fun Fact: There are World FATEs littered throughout the game that have rare spawn times or precise spawn conditions. These FATEs require multiple parties to kill and/or feature iconic Final Fantasy characters/villains as part of the objective.
Final Fantasy XIV - Guildhests
Method Name: Guildhests
How Method Works: Instanced Tutorial Dungeons
Time/Value by Level: Level 10 - 50
Fun Fact: Guildhests move you to an isolated instanced area that is always a section of the overworld map. If you’ve yet to unlock that part of the map, it will seem like a whole new area.
Final Fantasy XIV - Levequests
Method Name: Levequests
How Method Works: Alloted and Repeatable Quests
Time/Value by Level: Level 1 - 15
Fun Fact: Certain Levequests will reward players with rare and unique items often used in high level crafting. Due to their repeatable nature, many Levequests are spammed for this reason.
Final Fantasy XIV - Dungeons and Squadrons
Method Name: Dungeons and Squadrons
How Method Works: Instanced Party Battles
*Upon reaching the rank of Second Lieutenant or higher with their Grand Company, players can then unlock Squadrons. Squadrons allow players entry into instanced dungeons with computer operated AI party members that the player can customize and outfit as they wish.
Time/Value by Level: Due to the number of enemies slain in a typical dungeon, these instanced areas for a party of players are great sources of EXP on their own with new dungeons being added all the time. Their true potential is realized when combined with several other items found on this list but more specifically, the Challenge Log.
Fun Fact: Patch 2.1 started a trend of adding Hard Mode versions of existing dungeons. These dungeons often carry on the lore from their predecessor, closing out unresolved plot threads.
Final Fantasy XIV - Challenge Log
Method Name: Challenge Log
How Method Works: Weekly Rewarded Tasks (Scaled to Current Level)
Time/Value by Level: All Levels
Fun Fact: When combined with other entries on this list, Challenge Log becomes an invaluable tool for bonus EXP. The weekly cap and time investment prevent it from being higher on this list.
Final Fantasy XIV - Additional Quests and Tips
Method Name: Hall of the Novice, The Hunt, Beast Tribe Quests and Buffs + Gear
How Method Works: EXP Boosting Gear and Additional EXP
The Hunt and Beast Tribe Quests offer the character additional EXP gaining options with weekly and daily resets respectively. First introduced in Patch 2.1, these features have been continually expanded with each subsequent expansion.
Time/Value by Level: Buffs + Gear include all EXP boosting items, including but not limited to: stat boosting foods, accessories, Grand Company or Free Company buffs, Rested EXP and an Armoury Bonus. Given most of these become available in later parts of the game, these tools will be more valuable for leveling alts and not for new players.
Fun Fact: If you are starting a brand new alt leveling journey and apply all the above options, players may find themselves with up to 263% extra EXP in most areas.
Final Fantasy XIV - Palace of the Dead and Heaven-on-High
Method Name: Palace of the Dead (PotD) and Heaven on High (HoH)
How Method Works: Deep Dungeon
Time/Value by Level: Level 30+ PotD and Level 60+ HoH
Fun Fact: Not sure whether you’re going to like the moveset of your chosen job? Try Palace of the Dead when you unlock it, since it allows you to try your moves before you get them all.
Final Fantasy XIV - Daily Roulette and Duty Finder
Method Name: Daily Roulette and Duty Finder
How Method Works: Daily and Weekly Roulette’s
Time/Value by Level: Level 20+ with Weekly Bonuses
Fun Fact: The Main Scenario Quest roulette, though not allowing you to skip cutscenes, rewards you with lots of EXP, sometimes moving you up a whole level or two late in the game.
Final Fantasy XIV - Main Scenario Quest and Other Quests
Method Name: Main Scenario Quests, Feature Quests and Class/Job/Role Quests
How Method Works: Simple, Play the Game
Time/Value by Level: Level 1 - 80
Fun Fact: The voiced Main Scenario cutscenes from A Realm Reborn to Shadowbringers, come in at a whopping 40+ hours. That isn’t counting the non voiced cutscenes. What better way to be rewarded for taking in the story of this top tier Final Fantasy game, then by getting a bunch of EXP for your time well spent.
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