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Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers – Dungeons and raid guide

Updated for patch 5.2. If you've hit level 80 in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, we can help you through the game's toughest content.

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers has been out for a little while now, but plenty of people are still plowing through the content. If you’re at the end game, you’re ready to start challenging the raids. If you’re not normally a raider, don’t worry! They’re not as bad as you might think. We’re here to help you along, and they can absolutely be cleared with a Duty Finder group.

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Not a raider but you’re having difficulty with the level 80 dungeons? We can help out. End-game trials and Alliance raids? We’ll be around to help out there too. At least, when they’re released.

This page will be routinely updated with new content as more appears (currently, up to and including patch 5.2). This may even include the super-difficult Savage/Extreme versions of Shadowbringers‘ content if I manage to force my way through those, but no promises. Right now you should only expect regular difficulty content.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: there are massive, unmarked spoilers within each of the following pages. The text on this hub page won’t give too much away, but we aren’t shying away from giving specific details once you’re within the guide page for the relevant dungeon, trial, or raid. When it comes to some of these Duties, that does indeed mean Shadowbringers plot elements you might not want to know until you reach them.


The Grand Cosmos

Anamnesis Anyder


The Cinder Drift/Ruby Weapon

Normal Raids

Eden’s Gate: Resurrection

Eden’s Gate: Descent

Eden’s Gate: Inundation

Eden’s Gate: Sepulture

Eden’s Verse: Fulmination

Eden’s Verse: Furor

Eden’s Verse: Iconoclasm

Eden’s Verse: Refulgence

Alliance Raids

The Copied Factory (Coming soon later before the heat death of the universe)

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