In our Lost Ark Phoenix Plume, How to Get Resurrection Feathers guide, we’ll explain how to get the revive feathers in the game and briefly explain what they do. For now, suffice it to say that they’re a very useful and precious resource that can mean the difference between victory and defeat, especially in the late-game content. So, without further ado, let’s get into the nitty-gritty.
How to Get Phoenix Plume Resurrection Feathers in Lost Ark
To get the Phoenix Plume resurrection feathers, or revive feathers, in Lost Ark, there are a number of things that you can do. If you’re really in dire straits, you can buy them at the cash shop. However, I highly discourage you from doing so unless you have no other choice. Don’t waste your money, when you have the ability to earn the Phoenix Plumes in so many other ways. You can get them from daily quests, weekly quests, completing your Adventurer’s Tome by finding collectibles and other such stuff, grinding dungeons and adventure maps, et cetera. Not all daily and weekly quests grant you resurrection feathers, mind you, but still. Unless you’re using the Plumes indiscriminately, and you’re diligent with side content, you’ll probably have a decent stash at all times.
So, yeah, those are some of the ways you can get the Phoenix Plume revive feathers, or resurrection feathers, in Lost Ark. If we’ve missed some, let us know in the comments below. For those of you that are new to the game and don’t understand why the Plumes are so important, let me get you up to speed. These items, as the alternate names imply, resurrect you from the dead on the spot. You can see how many you have at the top of the screen, as marked by the arrow in the image above. While you can earn them in many different ways, they’re still very valuable, especially in the high-level end-game content. Therefore, you should not use them too often until you get up there in levels.