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FFXIV Idyllshire

The entrance to Idyllshire.

Idyllshire is a location in Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward.

Founded by a band of treasure hunters and goblin migrants, it is located at the northern edge of the abandoned city of Sharlayan, just beyond the Cenotaph. In terms of gameplay, it serves as Heavensward's version of Revenant's Toll, housing the endgame vendors.

StoryEdit

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HeavenswardEdit

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FFXIV Idyllshire Aetheryte

The Aetheryte square in Idylshire.

In the waning years of the Sixth Astral Era, five years after the fall of Ala Mhigo, when the Garlean Empire restarted their Eorzean conquest, the scholars of Sharlayan decided to evacuate their settlement in the Dravanian Hinterlands. The city was abandoned in a mass exodus to their motherland in the north, leaving behind buildings and many artifacts.

Over the next fifteen years the site would attract treasure hunters to the remote Dravania wilderness in hopes of salvaging the city's relics. This included the nomadic goblins, who for unclear reasons decided to stay. Making an arrangement with other treasure hunters, they founded a settlement called Idyllshire.

The adventurer, Alphinaud Leveilleur and Y'shtola arrive at the hinterlands in search of the latter's mentor, Matoya, who did not participate in the exodus. As a major bridge over the Thaliak River is broken, they try another path by the arch called the Cenotaph. They encounter Slowfix, the leader of the settlement. Though initially taken aback by the squatters in the old city of learning, the leader of the treasure hunters, Midnight Dew, clears up any misunderstanding.

The goblins agree to let them cross the river in exchange for some favors, including rescuing Brayflox Alltalks from a confrontation with the Illuminati.

Spoilers end here.

ShopsEdit

Hismena's Allagan TomestonesEdit

Hismena collects Allagan Tomestones in exchange for Item Level 200 and Item Level 230 gear that can be exchanged to Seika's Artifact Repair shop for Item Level 210 and Item Level 240 gear.

Sabina's Alexandrian GearEdit

Seika's Artifact RepairEdit

Seika accepts the following items, which she uses to upgrade Item Level 200 and 230 equipment to 210 and 240, respectively.

NameDataType
Illuminati Gobdip
Icon-ffxiv-027611
Level 1 (Item Level 210)
Untradable.
An alchemical potion concocted in the dark laboratoriums of the Illuminati. Some of the realm's more daring blacksmiths have applied the unnaturally viscous substance to a variety of weapons and found that it heightens the attributes of certain ancient martial artifacts.

Other Item
Illuminati Gobcoat
Icon-ffxiv-027610
Level 1 (Item Level 210)
Untradable.
An alchemical potion concocted in the dark laboratoriums of the Illuminati. Some of the realm's more daring goldsmiths have applied the unnaturally illuminated substance to a variety of gems and found that it heightens the attributes of certain ancient martial artifacts.

Other Item
Illuminati Gobtwine
Icon-ffxiv-020906
Level 1 (Item Level 210)
Untradable.
An alchemical thread woven in the dark laboratoriums of the Illuminati. Some of the realm's more daring weavers have applied the unnaturally pliable substance to a variety of vestments and found that it heightens the attributes of certain ancient martial artifacts.

Other Item

Seika's upgraded items are as follows:

Bertana's WeaponsEdit

Creation and developmentEdit

According to the Letter from the Producer LIVE Part XXIII, Idyllshire was originally designed to part of the Dravanian Hinterlands zone, but was split off to a separate zone anticipating it becoming a player hub.

Musical themesEdit

GalleryEdit

EtymologyEdit

Shire is an old English word for "county". Idyll refers to something charmingly simple or rustic. This choice of name may have also been a pun on the word "idle," as Idyllshire was also designed as a place where many endgame players would likely be idling while playing.

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