Unlock Reaper FFXIV Endwalker

If you want to know how to unlock Reaper in FFXIV Endwalker, the new job that has been added in the latest expansion, we’ve got the answers you need. You are going to have to jump through a few hoops and meet a few requirements, but other than that, it’s a fairly simple process, and who doesn’t want to get the Reaper class in Final Fantasy XIV? So, with that said, let’s see how unlock the Reaper job in FF14 Endwalker.

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Unlock Reaper FFXIV Endwalker

How to Unlock Reaper FF14 Endwalker

To unlock the Reaper job or class in FFXIV Endwalker, you’ll need to have at least level 70 in another class in the Disciple of War or Magic tree. On top of that, you also need to purchase and install the Endwalker expansion. Without it, you won’t have access to the Reaper job, no matter what level you are or where you go. So, with those initial limitations out of the way, let’s get to the actual instructions.

The first step is to go to the Thanalan; specifically, you need to get to the Ul’dah – Steps of Nald area. If you can use the Ul’dah – Steps of Nald Aetheryte fast travel crystal, you probably should, just to save some time. Anyways, once you get into that zone, head to these coordinates: X:12.8, Y:8.6. Once there, you’ll see an NPC called Flustered Assistant. They give you a quest called The Killer Instinct. You need to complete this quest to unlock the Reaper FFXIV Endwalker job, aka the Reaper Soul Crystal.

If you’ve met all these conditions, you should now have the Reaper FF14 Endwalker class. There’s one more thing you have to know, though: the main scenario of the Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker expansion starts at level 80, so you’ll have to grind ten levels for your Reaper before you can use it in the new content. That’s a lot of hassle, all things considered, but the new job is more than worth the effort for the coolness factor alone.

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