Unlock Sage FFXIV Endwalker

Those of you that need help to unlock Sage in FFXIV Endwalker, you’ve come to the right place. To get the new Sage job in Final Fantasy XIV, you will have to put in some work, of course. There are a few prerequisites you’ll have to meet, too. Without further ado, here’s how to unlock the Sage in FF14 Endwalker.

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Unlock Sage FFXIV Endwalker

How to Unlock Sage FF14 Endwalker

To unlock the Sage job in FFXIV Endwalker, you’re gonna have to purchase the new expansion. Without it, you won’t be able to get the new class at all, no matter what you do. On top of that, you’ll also need to have at least one of your Disciple of War or Magic classes on level 70, because that’s the level on which the Sage Soul Crystal unlock at. If you meet these two prerequisites, you can begin your journey of getting the Sage job in FF14 Endwalker.

First off, go to the the Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks area in La Noscea. The Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks Aetheryte crystal will take you right over there, in case you don’t feel like hoofing it. Either way, once you make your way to the Limsa Lominsa Lower Decks “zone,” head to the following coordinates: X:9.4, Y:12.9. Look for the Sharlayan Maiden that’s hanging out on that location. To unlock the Sage in FFXIV Endwalker, you need to complete the quest that the Maiden gives you, called Sage’s Path. The system is almost identical to how you unlock the Reaper, incidentally.

Once you have the Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker Sage job, know that you’re still gonna have to level it up to 80, because that’s the minimal requirement for the main story of the new expansion. So, there’s still some grinding that you’ll have to do. But, hey, you’ve got a new job to experiment with!

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