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Lalai Lai.

Lalai is a non-playable character from Final Fantasy XIV. She is a disciple of the mage Ququruka, and is a key character in the Black Mage job quests.



Lalai is a Dunesfolk Lalafell wearing an outfit in the classical image of Black Mages. Her face is still partially visible under her hat, and has blue eyes.


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Though normally an attendant at the Milvaneth Sacrarium, it has since been closed due to damage during the Calamity and has yet to be reopened. She is a major contact for the Black Mage guild quests, where she relays instructions from Ququruka, before eventually sending the player to consult Kazagg Chah.

In the quest "Always Bet on Black," Lalai learns that Ququruka isn't quite who he claimed he is, but the man is ultimately exonerated when he explains his story with Barbatos.


Lalai discovers a note among Ququruka's personal affects regarding the whereabouts of two priceless tomes: the Books of Nald and Thal. As repositories of black magic, she wishes to secure the relics so their knowledge can be studied. They successfully recover the Book of Nald at Nald's Reflection. When they search for the Book of Thal at Thal's Respite, Lalai is shocked to discover it had been recently pilfered by an unknown thief.

In subsequent job quests, a Hearer named Zhai'a Nelhah is discovered to be tracking a rogue black mage named Waldeve, who leads a cult called "the Defiant."

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Lalai appears as an NPC ally during the job quest "The Defiant Ones," where she fights alongside the player.

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