Fell Court of Troia is the latest story content of Final Fantasy XIV 6.2, how to unlock this area please see the article below with Game4V.
The Fell Court of Troia’s latest dungeon story has appeared in Final Fantasy XIV. This position ties the unrest in Thavnair to the Void left over from the Shadow World. It even saw the return of iconic Final Fantasy IV bosses, the Four Archfiends, and Golbez.
While this dungeon offers more lore about the 13 shards of Final Fantasy XIV, it’s not currently required content. It won’t be fully claimed until the next future expansion and patch 7.0 when players need to clear the area. Until then, players can still freely participate in raids, crafting, and combat in the updated PvP modes. As this is a story-focused dungeon, players may want to take a look. recounts the events of Final Fantasy XIV in the past, including returning events in A Realm Reborn and Heavensward. Older scenes in the inn can be easily viewed, even if the player has purchased the story skipping potion. Otherwise, Troy’s dialogue and circumstances may not make sense without the correct context.
Fell Court of Troia is a level 90 dungeon that requires a minimum item level of 575. You can obtain equipment at this level by completing the raid in Final Fantasy XIV Asphodelos or the Azadaal’s Legacy dungeon first. there. The player also needs to complete the entire Endwalker main storyline. From there, a new quest called Azdaja Search will be available from Varshahn in Radz-at-Han (X:4.3, Y:9.9). This quest will take the player to the final boss room of Final Fantasy XIV Azdaal’s Legacy, where Y’shtola will open a portal to the Void.
Players who attempt this encounter alone will have three party members through Final Fantasy XIV’s Mission Support system: Y’shtola, Varshahn, and Estinien. Both Y’shtola and Varshahn have role options, while Estinien has always been a Dragoon. As a DPS, Y’shtola’s Sorceress acts as a created Black Mage; while on healer is reduced to a basic Conjurer, lacking the job stone used by normal players. Varshahn’s tank role makes his classmate Satrap a Paladin tank; while on DPS, he fights with a spear with most of Estinien’s basic moves.
As with other Quest Assist dungeons, the NPCs provided deal less damage than human players – mainly due to using single target attacks instead of dealing damage to enemies. groups. However, they will not take any dropped Final Fantasy XIV loot. Fell Court of Troia returns the item’s armor and accessories at level 595, making it stronger than the raids and trials from Final Fantasy XIV version 6.1. However, there are no weapons available in the dungeon, requiring the player to find those equipment elsewhere.
The dungeon itself will pit the player against the first of the Four Archfiends, the Scarmiglione of Earth Elemental. This is just a trailer, as the actual encounter with the monster is a separate single-player fight instead. This also officially introduces an unnamed character in Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker: Reaper avatar Zero. Previously, Zero supported the main antagonist Zenos, Zero now wants to banish Goblez and his minions from her home of Troia.