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With the release of Patch 5.41 and the addition of new rewards it seems the Ishgardian Restoration and the Diadem have a lot to offer in Final Fantasy XIV!

In this guide, we will cover the various mechanics of the Diadem as well as the list of rewards available in exchange for Skybuilder's Scrips.

Once you have unlocked the Ishgardian Restoration in Ishgard via the "Towards the Firmament" quest, you'll have access to the Firmament. This zone will guide you through the reconstruction of Ishgard and more importantly here, to the Diadem and your rewards.

To unlock the Diadem you simply need to use a Lv.10 gatherer class and speak to Augebert in the Firmament (X: 11.4 Y: 14.1). Follow the yellow exclamation point until you need to speak with Aurvael located a few meters away (X: 10.8 Y:14). You will then be able to go into the Diadem with any of your Lv.10+ gatherers.

Gathering in the Diadem

Once inside the Diadem, you will get access to numerous gathering spots, be it mineral deposits or fishing spots. Most gathering nodes seems to be distributing the new resources at random, meaning that mining the same spot twice, for example, will not always give you the same materials.

Materials go from Lv.10 to 80 — the higher the level the Higher the number of scrips and ranking points you get from it.

Rare materials also exist in the Diadem and are only available in given weather windows: Umbral Flare, Umbral Tempest, Umbral Levin, Umbral Duststorm

Gathering like you usually do is not the only way to get new materials in the Diadem. In fact, the addition of a brand new weapon for gatherers gives players the ability to charge an Ather gauge before unleashing an attack, defeating monsters and getting materials from them!

Feel free to use this new Aetheromatic Auger as much as you can and get extra collectibles!

Approving your materials

Gathering resources in the Diadem will not allow you to use these just yet. In fact, you will need to talk to Flotpassant in the Firmament in Ishgard (X 10.8 Y:14) in order to get your materials approved.

Getting approval for your materials will award you with Skybuilders' scrips on top of giving the opportunity to use these materials in exclusive Ishgardian Restoration crafts.

Getting approval is available for Miners, Fishers, and Botanists.

NOTE: Unapproved materials cannot be traded or sold. On the contrary, once approved, Grade 2 materials can be traded!

Rewards

Players will be able to exchange your Skybuilders scrips for an updated list of exclusive rewards!

To exchange your scrips you'll need to speak with Enie in the Firmament (X:12 Y:14).

We hope this guide will help you with the new Diadem system. If you have any questions or information you want to share, feel free to leave us a message in the comments section below!

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Ishgardian Restoration

The Ishgardian Restoration is an initiative wherein Disciples of the Hand and Land joined forces to help reconstruct the Firmament, a district in the Foundation devastated by the Dragonsong War.

Thanks to the tireless efforts of skybuilders one and all, the Risensong Quarter now stands complete, bringing the restoration effort to a triumphant close. As a new age dawns in Ishgard, luminaries from across Eorzea have been invited to the Firmament to take part in a ceremony commemorating this momentous occasion.

Builders' Progress ReportBuilders' Progress Report

Quest NPC

After completing the sidequest "Towards the Firmament," speak with Augebert in the Firmament (X:11.4 Y:14.1) while using any class or job of level 60 or above to experience the latest chapter of the Ishgardian Restoration.
* Players who have already participated in the Ishgardian Restoration will also need to speak to this NPC to begin the new chapter.

Take Part in the Skyrise Celebration with Fêtes

To mark the completion of the Firmament, and to bid welcome to visitors from lands near and far, the people of Ishgard will be holding a festival─the Skyrise Celebration. Chief among the amusements at this festival are fêtes, large-scale games offering attractive prizes to their participants. All are encouraged to take part in these challenges and enjoy a moment of hard-earned respite.

Requirements

A Disciple of the Hand or Land at any level.

Fête Event Periods

Time remaining until the next fête can be confirmed at any time in the Firmament via the duty list.

The celebration is held in twelve sessions over the course of a twenty-four hour period, with one fête held every two hours. When the celebration is concluded, there will be a rest period of one to two days (Earth time) before the next event period begins.
* The timing of fête event periods will differ between Worlds.

Fête Rewards

Players who earn a sufficient rating will receive a Fête Present, which contains any of a number of prizes. These presents can only be opened in towns or field areas.

Among these presents are Fête Tokens, which can be exchanged for rewards by speaking with Enie in the Firmament (X:12.0 Y:14.0).

  • The Firmament (X:12.0 Y:14.0)
  • Enie

The Firmament

Overview

Although the reconstruction of the Firmament is complete, there is still demand for construction materials. Disciples of the Land are tasked with gathering these materials, which are used by Disciples of the Hand to craft any necessary supplies.

Gathering Materials

Speak with Aurvael in the Firmament (X:10.8 Y:14.0) to add the gathering spots for the latest chapter of the Ishgardian Restoration to your gathering log. These locations include those found in the Diadem, which contain materials used in Ishgardian Restoration recipes.

  • The Firmament (X:10.8 Y:14.0)
  • Aurvael

The Diadem

The Diadem is an area exclusively for gatherers and offers items used in Ishgardian Restoration crafter recipes.

Time Limit180 minutes
Level RequirementMiner/Botanist/Fisher Lv. 10
Number of Participants1 to 8 Players

Special Weather Conditions

Some items can only be gathered under certain weather conditions. Should such conditions occur, it is the ideal time to seek out these rare items.

Aetheromatic Auger

During forays to the Diadem, you will gain access to the duty action Aetheromatic Auger. In order to perform the action, you must first increase the auger's store of compressed aether by gathering as a miner or botanist. When you have enough compressed aether, you may expend it to unleash a powerful attack against an enemy. Enemies defeated using the auger are known to yield a wealth of resources.

Experience Point Gain

Adjustments are made to experience point gain for each item gathered. To a certain degree, even low-level items will grant experience points appropriate to the player's current level.

Item Inspection

Flotpassant in the Firmament (X:10.8 Y:14.0) will inspect any items gathered in the Diadem.

  • The Firmament (X:10.8 Y:14.0)
  • Flotpassant

* The image shown is from the second phase of the Ishgardian Restoration.

Upon inspection, skybuilders' scrips are awarded according to the number of items and their type. Inspected items can also be used in Ishgardian Restoration crafting recipes or sold on the market.

Recipes

Upon unlocking Ishgardian Restoration, you may speak with Potkin in the Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6) to have project-specific crafting recipes added to your log.

  • The Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6)
  • Potkin

* The image shown is from the second phase of the Ishgardian Restoration.

Delivering Supplies

Supplies can be delivered to Potkin in the Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6), in exchange for which you will receive skybuilders' scrips and experience points as a reward. Every item contributed adds to the stockpile.
* You can continue making deliveries even after all works are completed, and receive skybuilders' scrips and experience points.

  • The Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6)
  • Potkin

* The image shown is from the second phase of the Ishgardian Restoration.

The restoration status of all Worlds can be viewed at the Builders' Progress Report page below.

Builders' Progress ReportBuilders' Progress Report

Skybuilders' Monument

At the conclusion of the Firmament's reconstruction, ranking results from all crafters were tallied based on class. A monument was then built in honor of the crafting class in each World with the highest combined score, modeled after the crafting tool used by said class.

Kupo of Fortune

Crafters submitting items to the Ishgardian Restoration can participate in the Kupo of Fortune.
* The corresponding class must be level 20 or above.

Stamps

The Kupo of Fortune is a game of chance that can be played by delivering certain items to Potkin in the Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6) and collecting stamps on a voucher.
Once you have collected five stamps, you may exchange the voucher for a Kupo of Fortune card. You may carry up to ten Kupo of Fortune cards. The items that offer stamps vary according to the player's crafter class level.

  • The Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6)
  • Potkin

* The image shown is from the second phase of the Ishgardian Restoration.

How to Play

To play, hand a Kupo of Fortune card to Lizbeth in the Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6).

  • The Firmament (X:12.2 Y:14.6)
  • Lizbeth

* The image shown is from the second phase of the Ishgardian Restoration.

Upon each card, there are four treasure chests depicted by hexagons─one on the left and three on the right. You may choose one chest to scratch open.
The lone chest on the left offers second to fourth prize, while the three chests on the right offer first to fifth, with the fifth being a consolation prize. The prizes available change each time, and we recommend that you review the prize list before playing.

Skybuilders' Board

The skybuilders' board, located in the Firmament (X:11.4 Y:14.1), offers pertinent information concerning the district.

Previous steps of the Ishgardian Restoration can be viewed from the skybuilders' board in the Firmament, under Past Progress.

* The image shown is from the second phase of the Ishgardian Restoration.

Skybuilder Rankings

Below, players can confirm the final results of the skybuilder rankings.

Skybuilder RankingsSkybuilder Rankings

To view rankings in game, speak with Ludovraint in the Firmament (X:10.6 Y:14.6).

  • The Firmament (X:10.6 Y:14.6)
  • Ludovraint

Rewards

Sours: https://na.finalfantasyxiv.com/lodestone/ishgardian_restoration/
  1. Poison documentary netflix
  2. Airless gun spray
  3. Graco bassinet
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The Diadem is an Exploratory Mission introduced in Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, first appearing in Patch 3.1.

The Diadem has seen several redesigns over its life. Initially designed for both combat and gathering disciplines, it saw its first comparatively minor rework in patch 3.4 with the Diadem Hunting Grounds, a combat-only version while retaining the original. Patch 3.5 would see all prior versions of the Diadem removed to be replaced in patch 3.55b by the Trials of the Fury and Matron, focused on combat and gathering respectively in what would be a prelude to exploratory missions being divided into Adventuring ForayAdventuring Forays and Gathering ForayGathering Forays. The 3.55b Diadem also introduced the first Open DungeonOpen Dungeon in the Emergency MissionEmergency Mission, a large scale dungeon that could be challenged by multiple parties at once. Its most recent redesign saw it removed in patch 5.1 and replaced in patch 5.21 with a purely gathering version for the Ishgardian Restoration.

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The Diadem

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As airship technology spread throughout Eorzea, pioneers took to the skies to challenge a new frontier. There they came upon a breathtaking sight: a chain of pristine isles clustered about a massive floating crystal─no less a diadem fit for gods. These isles promise untold wealth and danger, and to lay claim to one you must brave the other. But ware those who would aid House Haillenarte in its explorations, for recent storm winds have littered the Diadem with artifacts of ancient origin. With these unstable relics twisting the aether and corrupting the wildlife, you can only guess at what new terrors now lurk in the darkness...

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Sours: https://finalfantasy.fandom.com/wiki/Diadem
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Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.41 Update Notes

Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.41 ushers in the last stage of the Ishgardian Restoration, which means we’re only a few short months away from Ishgardian Housing, and the absolute mess that’ll be. But, let’s not dwell on the future: we have a housing ward to finish rebuilding! Patch 5.41 introduces new materials to the Diadem, new Ishgardian Restoration recipes for crafters, and new rewards to collect for assisting. That sounds like a whole lot of new content, but in practice Patch 5.41 is similar to the Ishgardian Restoration patches that preceded it in Final Fantasy XIV.

Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.41 update notes.

Playable Content

Quests

  • New side story quests have been added.
    • Ishgardian Restoration Story Quests
    • Once all reconstruction works included in Patch 5.41 have been completed, speak with Augebert in the Firmament (X:11.4 Y:14.1) to unlock these quests.
      • Not by Bread Alone
      • Any class or job level 60
      • The Firmament (X:12.2 Y:11.3)
      • Francel
      • Players must first complete the quest “May Featherfall Flourish.”
  • Ishgardian Restoration Sidequests
    • These sidequests are unlocked once the Patch 5.41 Ishgardian Restoration story quests have been completed.

Housing

  • New furnishings have been added.
  • New orchestrion rolls have been added.

Miscellaneous

  • A new emote has been added (Sweep).

Battle System

  • Players will now receive the power of the Echo in Eden’s Verse (Savage).
    • The Echo will take effect upon entering Eden’s Verse (Savage), increasing players’ maximum HP, damage dealt, and healing potency by 10%.
    • Unlike other instances, the strength of the Echo will not increase in the event all party members are incapacitated.

Items

  • New items have been added.
    • Items added in Patch 5.41 will be listed at a later date.
  • New recipes have been added.
    • Recipes added in Patch 5.41 will be listed at a later date.
  • The following item names have been changed:
    • Edenmete Sabatons of Striking -> Edenmete Thighboots of Striking
    • Edenmorn Sabatons of Striking -> Edenmorn Thighboots of Striking
    • Edenmete Sabatons of Scouting -> Edenmete Thighboots of Scouting
    • Edenmorn Sabatons of Scouting -> Edenmorn Thighboots of Scouting

Ishgardian Restoration

The fourth phase of the Ishgardian Restoration has begun. With the residences of the New Nest providing homes for countless Ishgardians and the markets of Featherfall ever flourishing, the Firmament is evolving day by day into the living, breathing heart of the post-war Holy See. So it is that Lord Francel de Haillenarte turns his eyes to the fourth phase of the restoration effort, which will see the construction of a cultural district where nobleman and commoner, man and dragon alike might further enrich their lives through aesthetic pursuits.

  • Ishgardian Restoration Materials
    • To coincide with the updates to the Ishgardian Restoration, new materials can now be crafted and submitted.
    • In accordance with this update, the following additions and adjustments have been made to the submission of materials from the previous chapter:
      • Players can no longer collect stamps for the Kupo of Fortune.
      • The number of skybuilders’ scrips received for submissions has been reduced.
      • The number of skyward points received for submissions has been reduced.
      • Skyward points received for submissions will no longer contribute to rankings.
  • New conditions have been added for expert recipes.
    • These conditions may appear when using crafting recipes for grade 4 skybuilders’ supplies.
      • Malleable: Increases to progress are 1.5 times higher than normal.
      • Primed: Next status granted by an action will last two additional steps.
  • Potential conditions for expert recipes can now be confirmed via the Crafting Log.
    • With an expert recipe selected in the Crafting Log, select “Potential Conditions List” from the subcommand menu.
  • The following additions and adjustments have been made to the Diadem.
    • New items can be gathered in the Diadem.
    • New gathering points have been added.
      • New items can be gathered for the fourth phase of the Ishgardian Restoration. They can be submitted to Flotpassant (X:12.2 Y:14.6) for inspection.
    • Following the addition of items for the fourth phase of the Ishgardian Restoration, the following adjustments have been made to the inspection of items from the previous chapter:
      • Players will no longer receive skybuilder’s scrips.
      • The number of skybuilders’ scrips received has been reduced.
      • Skyward points received will no longer contribute to rankings.
  • Additions and adjustments have been made to the rewards from the Kupo of Fortune.
  • New skybuilders’ scrip items are available for exchange from Enie in the Firmament (X:12.0 Y:14.0).
  • Rankings for the fourth phase of the Ishgardian Restoration have begun.
    • For a given period, each player’s skyward points are tallied and listed on the Lodestone. The skyward points earned during the ranking period are known as the seasonal score. Players finishing in high ranks will be eligible for rewards and achievements.
    • Ranking Period: The ranking period lasts from the release of Patch 5.41 until Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 10:00 p.m. (PST). Seasonal scores are tallied for each class, with rankings divided by World and class.
    • Learn more about Ishgardian Restoration rankings.
      • Rankings are updated each day at approximately 1:00 a.m. (PST).
      • Seasonal scores can only be accumulated on a player’s Home World.
    • Rewards: Top ranking players will be awarded a special achievement and title. These rewards can be obtained by using the following items distributed via the moogle delivery service:
      • 1st to 12th Place
        Season Three Writ of Canonization (※1) / Season Three Writ of Beatification (※2)
      • 13th to 100th Place
        Season Three Writ of Beatification (※2)
      • ※1 This item grants the achievement “Phase IV Divine Ascension” and the title “Saint of the Firmament.”
      • ※2 This item grants the achievement “Phase IV Minor Miracle” and the title “Beatus of the Firmament.”
    • The titles awarded to top players, “Saint of the Firmament” and “Beatus of the Firmament,” are the same as those awarded during previous rankings. Please note, however, that because they will be treated as separate titles, players who earn these titles will see more than one instance of them when viewing acquired titles in-game.
  • The skybuilders’ monument, commemorating the crafting class with the greatest contributions to the restoration initiative, has been added.
    • When ranking results are finalized, scores from all crafters will be tallied based on class. Please note that scores will be tallied separately for each World. The crafting class in each World with the highest combined score will have a monument built in their honor, modeled after the crafting tool used by said class.
      • A different monument will be placed in the Firmament for newly added Worlds in the future.

Miscellaneous

System

  • New achievements and titles have been added.
  • The following text commands have been added:
    • /eatriceball
      • ALIASES: /eatriceball, /riceball
      • USAGE: /eatriceball [subcommand]
      • →Eat a rice ball.
      • >>Subcommands: motion. Perform motion only.
      • Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
    • /eatapple
      • ALIASES: /eatapple, /apple
      • USAGE: /eatapple [subcommand]
      • →Bite into an apple.
      • >>Subcommands: motion. Perform motion only.
      • Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.
    • /sweep
      • ALIASES: /sweep, /broom
      • USAGE: /sweep [subcommand]
      • →Sweep the floor.
      • >>Subcommands: motion. Perform motion only.
      • Both text and motion will be displayed when no subcommand is specified.

Final Fantasy XIV Patch 5.41 Resolved Issues

  • An issue when completing the raid dungeons Eden’s Promise: Eternity and Eden’s Promise: Eternity (Savage) wherein players could not receive the item Eden’s Promise Card.
  • An issue wherein the required class for the gladiator’s arm Blade of the Demon was incorrect.
  • An issue wherein company crests could not be applied to the shield Exarchic Tower Shield.
  • An issue wherein the category of the item Wattle Petribark was incorrect.
  • An issue wherein the order in which Dress Form, Gardenia Fruit, Solstice Ingot, and Hard Water were listed, as well as their sale price to NPCs, was incorrect.
  • An issue wherein the required class to repair certain gear was incorrect.
  • An issue wherein the graphics for certain furnishings did not display correctly.
  • An issue when speaking with the scrip exchange NPC in Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks (X:3.0 Y:12.5) wherein the menu option “White Gatherers’ Scrip Exchange (Lv. 80 Gear) III” did not display.
  • An issue when gathering wherein items that were not affected by item yield bonuses erroneously appeared to have an increased yield.
  • An issue wherein the cursor position when using the Gathering window did not save after the window was closed.
  • An issue wherein players could not initiate desynthesis via the subcommand menu under certain circumstances.
  • An issue wherein the illustration of certain group pose stickers was incorrect.
Sours: https://attackofthefanboy.com/guides/final-fantasy-xiv-patch-5-41-update-notes/

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How to make the most of the FFXIV 5.21 Diadem update

With FFXIV Patch 5.21, the dreaded Diadem is back with a vengeance. This slice of the Sea of Clouds first arrived during the Heavensward expansion as a large-scale PvE activity where huge groups would fight incredibly dangerous monsters for loot with randomized stats. Since those early days, it was removed and retooled a few times essentially to fill a content gap. With PvE having so much on its plate these days, the 5.21 Diadem update is a gatherer’s paradise.

Disciples of the Land can pile into the virtually unchanged floating isles to gather the items crafters need to whip up whatever they need to help in the Restoration of Ishgard mission. It gives gatherers a new way to pitch in with the goings-on over at The Firmament, and it’s considered — at least for now — the gathering end-game. Is there money to earn here? Absolutely. The time-limited appeal of the activity will eat into profits pretty quickly, but you can net both scrips and gil simultaneously with the Diadem 5.21 items. You’ll only lose half of your proceeds as interest dips.

 The Diadem Explained and How to Unlock It

FFXIV Diadem 5.21

What is the Diadem?

The Diadem is a large instanced zone made up of countless floating islands. There’s almost always one above and below you. Each island is teeming with not only very dangerous monsters than no gatherer can take on in mortal combat, but a veritable bounty of nodes to pull materials from. Similar to the Ocean Fishing mini-game introduced just a few short weeks ago, there’s something for gatherers of every level — well, 10 and above, at least.

Assuming you fit into that level range, every node on the island will have something for you to gather. You’ll be fairly limited in choice if you’re just starting out, but the aether cannon can net you tens of whatever you might not be able to gather yourself. No matter your level, the cannon will KO any mob you fire it at, and you won’t charge it any slower than higher-level or more well-equipped players, either.

How to Unlock the Diadem – FFXIV 5.21 guide

If you’re coming back to The Firmament and The Restoration of Ishgard for this new round of fixing up, unlocking the new 5.21 Diadem should be as simple as talking to Aurvael at the left-most tent as you enter The Firmament. He’ll give you the low-down, tell you how to work the new Aetheromatic Auger, and send you on your way. From then on, just talk to him when you can want to enter the Diadem.

If you’re a late-comer to the Restoration of Ishgard, things are a bit more involved. First off, you’ll need to have completed the Litany of Peace quest from Patch 3.3. That’s around the middle point of the Heavensward expansion when things in The Holy See of Ishgard are beginning to calm down. With relative peace returned to the city, you can then head back to The Jeweled Crozier and accept the quest “Towards the Firmament” from the poster on a nearby wall.

Follow that quest until you gain access to The Firmament, introduce yourself to the workers with icons above their heads, and talk to Aurvael a couple more times. Assuming there are no more markers left above other NPCs, you should get the unlock notice from Auevael once he shuts his mouth.

What to do in the Diadem

Whether you go in alone or with a group, everyone entering the Diadem starts off at the same place. From there, it’s completely up to you where you go. Each island, for the most part, can play host to the same materials, so you won’t have to seek out a specific island to find whatever it is you’re looking for. Though when it comes to blasting down enemies with the aether cannon for more specific loot, there are some places where they’re most densely packed than others. It’s something to keep in mind if you’re going for efficiency.

At the end of the day, what you gather from the Diadem is what you get to keep. Most of the materials are worth the same amount of scrips, so unless you’re gathering materials you’ll personally craft with, it doesn’t really matter what you decide to collect. A good way to play it is to check out the market boards before heading in and aim to gather whatever is currently fetching a high price. On my server at launch, Lv 80 Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cloud Drop Water was the one to aim for. It’s used for a top-level recipe on numerous crafting classes and seemed to be in short supply. Your own server can differ, though, so it’s best to check out the recipes in the crafting menu and throw its required items into a market board search to see what’s going to be most worth your time.

Getting Around the Diadem

In the old days, the Diadem was a bit of a free for all. Each time you entered, you’d have to scout out aether currents on each island before you could take to the skies on your flying mount. It was hell.

Nowadays, you’re free to fly the moment you zone in, but you might not always want to use them. Twisters placed around the edges of each island can fling you to another much more quickly than any flying mount can, so there’s something to be said about efficiently making your way around the diadem by flying to the closest twister and getting shot to another island like a missile.

With several hours on the clock, you’ll hardly need to rely on these to get around, but hyper-focused gatherers can absolutely save their sanity by making use of these jets.

Diadem Weather Types and Times

FFXIV Diadem Weather times

Out there in the Diadem, the weather will change fairly frequently. With how repetitive the actions can get in there, 10 minutes can feel like a whole hour, but that’s how long each weather effect lasts. It won’t mean much unless you’re level 80, but the four different Umbral weather conditions spawn a different single-use node in a pre-determined location on the map. These weather effects kick in every 20 minutes and last for 10, so not only do you have plenty of time to find your way to the node, you won’t have to wait too long to grab another.

The four umbral weather types are as follows:

  • Umbral Flare
  • Umbral Tempest
  • Umbral Levin
  • Umbral Duststorm

Currently, there seems to be no way to influence the type of weather that will appear. I was lucky enough to cycle through all four Umbral varients cleanly in my first run, but it’s possible you’ll have the same weather type crop up three times in a row. Of course, your “luck” depends entirely on what you’re hoping to gather from these time-limited meteorological conditions. Maybe you want Umbral Flare and nothing else.

Given everyone in there could want a completely different weather type to take effect, it’s most likely impossible to influence the weather yourself. You also can’t predict it through a skywatcher either. This isn’t Eureka, brothers and sisters, but it might feel just as harsh if you’re after fat stacks of Umbral Flarestone. Then again, aiming for anything one specific thing will land you in this position.

Umbral Node Location Coordinates

FFXIV Diadem Umbral node location coordinates

So what can you gather during each of these weather types? A rock, a log, another rock, and a mushroom! If you haven’t gathered already, it’s two nodes for Botanists and two nodes for Miners. If you have both classes at level 80, you’re an all-weather gatherer. Good job.

Here are all the Diadem Umbral node location coordinates and the weather you’ll need for them to appear:

  • Umbral Flare = Umbral Flarestone (x13 y9)
  • Umbral Tempest = Umbral Galewood Log (x9 y30)
  • Umbral Levin = Umbral Levinshard (x34 y13)
  • Umbral Duststorm = Umbral Eathcap (x29 y33)

Diadem Nodes

Diadem nodes

Of course, you’re not limited to gathering just the Umbral nodes in the Diadem 5.21 update. Crafters are going to need a lot more than mushrooms to rebuild the Firmament. Whenever Umbral nodes aren’t available, you want to spend your time whacking the stones and trees of the isles for its 50 (yes, fifty) other available items.

With only five of these in any one node, it’s not a matter of off-hand tools getting you the rest. Each class has five different item lists they can gather from, so it’s not a simple matter of every shrub having Cotton Bolls or every boulder having Cobalt Ore. It’s pure luck of the draw, so be sure to hit up every node applicable node you can.

Here are all the gathering materials you’ll find in each node. They’ll spawn anywhere:

Mature Tree

  • Set 1
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Maple Log
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mistletoe
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Feather
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Resin
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’Hardened Sap
  • Set 2
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Maple Sap
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Beehive
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Feather
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Resin
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Hardened Sap
  • Set 3
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Switch
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Teak Log
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Oak Log
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Walnut Log
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Log

Lush Vegetation

  • Set 1
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Hemp
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Straw
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Vine
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Wheat
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Wheat
  • Set 2
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Flax
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Tea Leaves
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Toad
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cotton Boll
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Cotton Boll

Mineral Deposit

  • Set 1
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Zinc Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Pigment
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Spring Water
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Crystal-clear Rock Salt
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Rock Salt
  • Set 2
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Rock Salt
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Asphaltum
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Alumen
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cloud Drop Water
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Spring Water
  • Set 3
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cobalt Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mythrite Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Darksteel Ore
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Cloudstone

Rocky Outcrop

  • Set 1
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Copper Sand
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mythril Sand
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Rock
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Lutinite
    Grade 2 Aurum Regis Skybuilders’ Sand
  • Set 2
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Iron Sand
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mica
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Silex
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Basalt
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Jade

The Aetheromatic Auger

FFXIV Diadem auger

The Aetheromatic Auger is a huge laser cannon Botanists and Miners get given each and every time they enter the Diadem. It’s the Spartan Laser of FFXIV. Created by the Machinist class master, this defensive tool solves the problem of sneaking around mobs when your lowly pickaxe can’t fend them off. You can just blow them up now instead.

But this big blaster is more than just a way out of a sticky situation. After all, it wouldn’t serve much use to level 80 gatherers given the denizens of the Diadem leave them alone. Instead, it’s actively used to harvest large quantities of materials from the 10 different monsters you’ll find roaming the isles. You can’t just beam down every monster you see, though. That would be a massacre. Instead, the Aetheromatic Auger charges as you gather. It can hold five charges at a time, with a single charge taking around 40 swings of a gathering tool to accumulate – that’s around 8 complete nodes at the standard five-swing harvest.

Once you’ve charged the gun, just target a monster you want to blow up and hit the active skill icon on-screen or, if you’re using a controller, press LT and R3. Once executed, you’ll see five different items flood your inventory in multiples of 10. These aren’t random, either, so if you’re after large quantities of a certain item that you’re struggling to find in nodes, charge your cannon and hunt down the applicable monster for a nice boost.

The Diadem monster drops are as follows:

  • Diadem Wood Golem
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Vines
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Maple Logs
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Wheat
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Beehives
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Hardened Sap
  • Diadem Bulb
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Toads
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Maple Sap
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Straw
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cotton Boll
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Cotton Boll
  • Diadem Melia
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Switch
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Teak Log
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Oak Log
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Walnut Log
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Log
  • Cloudtrap
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Feathers
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Hemp
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Resin
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mistletoe
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Hardened Sap
  • Proto-noctilucale
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Flax
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Tea Leaves
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Barbgrass
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Adders
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Dawn Lizard
  • Diadem Beast
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Zinc Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Alumen
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Asphaltum
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cloud Drop Water
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Rock Salt
  • Diadem Urolith
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Rock Salt
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Rocks
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Lutinite
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mythril Sand
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Aurum Regis Sand
  • Diadem Golem
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Cobalt Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mythrite Ore
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Darksteel Ore
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Cloudstone
  • Islekeeper
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Spring Water
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Copper Sand
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Pigment
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Crystal Clear Rock Salt
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Rock Salt
  • Diadem Coblyn
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Iron Sand
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Mica
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Silex
    Grade 2 Skybuilders’ Basalt
    Grade 2 Artisinal Skybuilders’ Jade

Diadem Monster Locations

FFXIV Diadem monster locations

When it comes time to blast monsters with the Aetheromatic Auger, you can either fire it at any nearby monster, or target a specific one for specific loot. If you’re aiming to stockpile or sell a certain material, you’ll want to know where to find the monster that’s known to drop it. Sadly, Diadem monster locations aren’t that clear-cut.

The islands that make up the Diadem house numerous different species of monster. It’s harder to track where they don’t appear. Instead of a complicated list here, heed this advice – don’t sweat it. You’ll come across the specific monster on your travels. If you’ve maxed out your auger meter and don’t want to see charge go to waste as you swing, take yourself down to the gray islands below. These large landmasses have monster camps for this very purpose.

Rather than one stray Diadem Wood Golem on an island up above, you’ll find a good half dozen virtually hugging each other here. And the same goes for the other 10 Diadem monster species. Find them down there, take note of their location, and come back each time you’ve capped out your auger.

Fishing in the Diadem

FFXIV Diadem fishing guide

Fishing gets treated a little differently to its gathering brethren in the Diadem. It only makes sense given you can’t just choose which fish to reel in like you can through mining etc. Instead, fishing is a mostly solitary activity. You buy bait from the vendor as you enter, perch yourself in one of four distinct locations, cast your rod, and reel in fish as normal.

At the end of the day, each fish is worth a different amount of Skybuilder’ Scrips. Like the other classes, you have these inspected by Flotpassant back in The Firmament. Once that’s done, you’re free to keep the fish; which you can then desynth for the same approved materials miners and botanists gather to sell or craft with.

Fish can be gathered in the following locations, with Umbral weather allowing for a unique fish to be caught in each:

  • Blustery (x30, y9)
    Cloud Cutter
    Tupuxuara
    Vampiric Tapestry
    Rhomaleosaurus
    Cometfish (Umbral Flare)
  • Calm (x29, y31)
    Blind Manta
    Cloud Cutter
    Vampiric Tapestry
    Gobbie Mask
    Anomalocaris (Umbral Duststorm)
  • Swirling (x13, y23)
    Cloud Cutter
    Tupuxuara
    Vampiric Tapestry
    Pterodactyl
    Rhamphorhynchus (Umbral Levin)
  • Windswept (x25, y16)
    Blind Manta
    Cloud Cutter
    Vampiric Tapestry
    Skyfish
    Dragon’s Soul (Umbral Tempest)

Two other fishing locations are available, namely Southern Lake and Northern Lake at x10, y29 and x10, y9, respectively. The fish award fewer scrips than the rest, suggesting they’re spots for low-level Fishers to grind.

For a full breakdown of fishing locations and bait requirements, Reddit user CuriousBlackMage has a very helpful spreadsheet available here.

Leveling in the Diadem

It’s true that a maxed-out gathering class is required to truly reap the rewards of the Diadem when it comes to gil and scrips, but that isn’t to say it’s useless for anyone else. Far from it, in fact. The Diadem is a great place to level your gatherers. It may not be the most engrossing method, but you won’t have to wrestle with your inventory space, either. I personally prefer the older methods — a mix of touring the land and grinding guildleves, but you won’t have to scout out complicated and typically outdated leveling guides, either. It’s a simplified experience with a more predictable payout. Given you need to be quite far into the FFXIV storyline to unlock the Firmament, and thus, the Diadem itself, it’s not an option for new players, but it’s there for if you’re playing catch-up after years of fighting and crafting only.

So how does it work? Simple. Just gather the highest level item you can. That’s it. It’s a true mindless grind. Grab some Survival Manuals from your Grand Company, chuck some raisins into your mouth, maybe grab the cordials, and just go to town on nature.

Rewards and Earning Scrips

FFXIV Diadem rewards

The Diadem in 5.21 doesn’t hold any hyper-specific rewards. You won’t be unlocking some exclusive mount by devoting your time to chipping away at the earth. Instead, it’s a way for gatherers to earn the same Skybuilders’ Scrips crafters by turning our materials into tea and stepladders. Ideally, you’ll want to use this as an excuse to level your own crafters to accelerate your scrip earnings, but it’s not wholly necessary. Sought-after rewards from the Restoration of Ishgard content require quite a lot of scrips, so you’ll have to spend a few hours in the Diadem each time you want something like the Albino Karakul mount or a nice new Ishgardian furniture piece.

You earn scrips for each set of 10 Diadem gathering items you have appraised by Flotpassant back in the Firmament. The higher the level requirement of the item, the more scrips you earn, meaning higher-level gatherers have a naturally easier time getting scrips. It’s typically single-digit scrips for each set of items, but Fishers can hit double digits for single fish given the unpredictability of casting your rod into a cloudy abyss.

Once you’ve had your items appraised, they’re yours to keep. You can either sell them onto crafters or, if you have the right class, work them into items yourself to bump up your scrips and net some extra experience points on a crafting class of your choosing.

Patch 5.21 FAQ

  • Where do I get the Parasol in FFXIV?

The Parasol can be bought from Enie in The Firmament for 1800 Skybuilder’s Scrips

  • Where do I get the Albino Karakul mount?

The Albino Karakul mount can be bought from Enie in The Firmament for 8,400 Skybuilders’ Scrips

  • How do I unlock the Read emote in FFXIV?

The Read emote is unlocked by purchasing the Ballroom Etiquette – Intelligent Impressions item from Enie in The Firmament for 1,800 Skybuilders’ Scrips

  • How do I unlock the Insist emote in FFXIV?

The Insist emote is unlocked by purchasing the Ballroom Etiquette – Emphatic Elucidation item from Enie in The Firmament for 1,800 Skybuilders’ Scrips

  • How do I unlock the new FFXIV 5.21 Controlled Chaos hairstyle?

The Controlled Chaos hairstyle is unlocked with the Modern Aesthetics – Controlled Chaos item bought from Enie in the Firmament for 1,800 Skybuilder’ Scrips

  • Where do I get the Cerberpup minion in FFXIV?

The Cerberpup minion can be bought from Enie in The Firmament for 1,200 Skybuilders’ Scrips

  • How do I unlock the Pteranodon mount?

That’s a tough one. You’ll need to amass 500,000 Skyward points on every land/hand class

  • How do I unlock the Dhalmel mount?

The FFXIV Dhalmel mount is a rare prize from the Kupo of Fortune scratchcard

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