The Expansion Of Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood | What To Do When You Reach Level 70
Congratulations to you!
Now you have finally hit level 70 on Final Fantasy XIV's Stormblood expansion and in the meanwhile, you also have a high-level job that earns a lot of Final Fantasy XIV Gil. Well, here comes the next question, What's the next thing to do after finishing the main story? Whether you believe this or not, there are still more adventures to embark on and a lot of stuff needs to be done in this game even after you have already reached your full potential. If you are not yet level 70 but you are almost there, then you can reach level 70 almost totally via the Main Storyline Quests and Daily Roulettes while farming lots of Final Fantasy XIV currency at the very same time.
So far, we will be mainly focusing on the things that you can do and you can unlock at level 70.
The Very First One Is: Duty Roulettes
Duty Quests or Duty Roulettes are just one of the most incredible features in Final Fantasy XIV, therefore, it would be a waste if you were not going to use this. Queuing for a Duty Quests is basically the same as queuing for Daily Roulettes or trials depending on which category you queued for. Just as you know, the Duty Roulette is divided into seven categories, each with their own merit.
And now, here are the seven categories:
1. Expert (Level 70 Dungeons)
2. Level 50-60 Dungeons
5. Main Scenario Roulettes (Coincides with the main story)
7. Frontline (PvP)
The real question is, these categories will not be unlocked until you successfully complete the main storyline through the end of the Stormblood expansion.
If you are a veteran of this game, then you should know that the Duty Roulettes reset daily and it can reward you with massive FFXIV Gil, experience points, and Tomestones, which is the end-game currency that lets players buy end-game gear. Should you do these quests for just a week, you will be easily able to acquire the full set of end-game gear at that time.
The Second One Is: Go Hunting
If you are more of an explorer looking to seize the day, then you should know that hunts are a quite great method to explore areas while getting Cracked Clusters, Gils, Seals, and Tomestones at the very same time. Clacked Clusters, in fact, are a currency for gems known as "MATERIAL", which will grant extra stats to your gear. And seals are also another type of currency but are specific to hunts.
If you really want to unlock hunting in Stormblood, that means you can go to Kugane at the Shiokaze Hostelry, where you must talk to Estrild. Once you have unlocked hunting, there will be a Clan Hunt Board outside the building. These hunts are, you know, daily quests that rotate every twenty-four hours and will guide you where the monsters are located so you will be prepared for the hunt.
The Third One Is: You Need Go Head To Head With Extreme Primals
Some extreme Primals are just like a summons from the main story with steroids. Therefore, if you love challenges, these EX modes offer an intense combat experience that the normal summons simply does not. Also, doing extreme primals offer you the highest item level of gear. But, the real question is, before attempting these extreme modes, you must unlock them first. First off, you must have a minimum item level of 300 to do this. And then you need to head to Kugane where there's an NPC called Wandering Minstrel who is dressed in samurai attire near the KoganeDori Markets.
Last But Not Least: Do Omega Raids
Just like Primals tier, this Omega Raid also has its normal, extreme, and Savage mode. If you simply want to experience the story, then the normal mode is perfectly suitable for you, and Savage mode is just for the ones that are up for a challenge along with getting top-tier gear and some extra Final Fantasy XIV currency. As a group, each raid tier will offer you a boss to fight. After you kill these bosses will grant you valuable loot, depending on what mode you will select. While you get Final Fantasy XIV Gil and experience points just like farming off of Extreme Primals, how the loot is distributed is quite different due to the fact that it is a weekly lockout.