Final Fantasy 14 features Savage Raiding, Ultimate Bosses, and Player vs. Player, while Seasoned players may go as far as to argue that the latter two are worthy of pursue. The game''s glamour system allows players to express themselves by creating a wide variety of outfits out of countless items found in-game or online.
Glaciers are the perfect way to make costumes of their favorite pop artists, and sometimes Square Enix offers official items such as the 2B and 9S outfits obtained in Final Fantasy 14 through the Copied Factory alliance raid. Others choose to make glamours from scratch, allowing their creativity to fade as they try to find those perfectly matching boots. Today''s example is a case.
A Reddit user named LOCKHARTX7 posted their Scarlet Witch glamour on the Final Fantasy 14 subreddit to huge reactions. However, Final Fantasy 14 does not have a lot of potential to express Wanda Maximoff''s iconic dark-red powers than the scythe-wielding disciple of the void.
The Costume''s individual items and where to get them are made, according to the Mog Store and the Demonic Attire. Taoist Slops (complete with black fingertips) is a fairly straightforward item to avoid on the Final Fantasy 14 market board.
The boots are the most straightforward to obtain, because they are Archeoskin Boots from Weavers, taught in the first set of Heavensward recipes. It is arguably the most difficult item to obtain, thanks to Bozjan Platinum Coins. It is purchased after completion of the Dalriada the finale to Zadnor, which is initially locked behind the Bozjan Southern Front.
Maori Harrower''s Jerkin is acquired either by Wolf Marks on Player vs. Player content or by exchanging Manderville Gold Saucer Points (MGP) in the Gold Saucer. By generously applying Rolanberry Red and the special Dark Red dyes together with the gear listed above one may reasonably match the Scarlet Witch in appearance, if not in power.
Final Fantasy 14 is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox5.