A stylized icon of a moogle, a creature from the Final Fantasy series, posing above various rewards for the Moogle Treasure Trove event in FF14.
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Final Fantasy 14: Moogle Treasure Trove – The Second Hunt for Genesis event guide

The Irregular Tomestones of Genesis grind returns.

It’s time to grind Irregular Tomestones of Genesis again—the Itinerant Moogle has new rewards for the second round of Moogle Treasure Trove, Final Fantasy 14’s major pre-patch special event.

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Running from May 14 to June 24 (just two days before scheduled maintenance for FF14: Dawntrail begins) the Second Hunt for Genesis brings a new set of challenges to complete for Irregular Tomestones of Genesis II.

You can check them out in your FF14 Mogpendium, which you can obtain from the Itinerant Moogle if you didn’t participate in the event’s first stage.

How to collect Irregular Tomestone of Genesis II in Final Fantasy 14

A menu in Final Fantasy 14 shows the Mogpendium, a collection of reward information for the Moogle Treasure Trove: The Second Hunt for Genesis event.
As always, all three ARR finale instances are on the list. Screenshot by Dot Esports

The Second Hunt is structured identically to the first. Completing Standard Objectives—duties marked with the moogle icon in the Duty Finder—gives you a set amount of Irregular Tomestones depending on the duty, as was the case in all prior Moogle Treasure Trove events in FF14. This time, the targets are a mix of MSQ capstone dungeons, optional level 50/60/70 dungeons, the optional patch content from Stormblood, and the same collection of PVP duties, GATEs, and Ocean Fishing objectives as the First Hunt.

Objective Duty typeTomestone Reward
Castrum MeridianumLv. 50 Dungeon (MSQ)Four
The PraetoriumLv. 50 Dungeon (MSQ)Seven
The Sunken Temple of Qarn (Hard)Lv. 50 Dungeon (Optional)Four
The Wanderer’s Palace (Hard)Lv. 50 Dungeon (Optional)Four
The Aetherochemical Research FacilityLv. 60 Dungeon (MSQ)Four
Ala MhigoLv. 70 Dungeon (MSQ)Four
Hells’ LidLv. 70 Dungeon (Optional)Four
AmaurotLv. 80 Dungeon (MSQ)Four
The Dead EndsLv. 90 Dungeon (MSQ)Four
The Porta DecumanaLv. 50 Trial (MSQ)Three
The Jade StoaLv. 70 Trial (optional)Two
Hells’ KierLv. 70 Trial (optional)Two
The Wreath of SnakesLv. 70 Trial (optional)Two
The Royal City of RabanastreLv. 70 Alliance RaidFive
The Ridorana LighthouseLv. 70 Alliance RaidSix
The Orbonne MonasteryLv. 70 Alliance RaidSeven
Every Omega Raid (Deltascape, Sigmascape, Alphascape)Lv. 70 Normal RaidsTwo
Seal Rock, The Fields of Glory, Onsal HakairPVP Frontline CampaignsThree to five, depending on outcome
Hidden GorgePVP Rival Wings CampaignThree to five, depending on outcome
CliffhangerGATEOne to three, depending on outcome
Air Force OneGATEOne to four, depending on outcome
Leap of FaithGATEOne to four, depending on outcome
Any Way the Wind BlowsGATEOne to eight, depending on outcome
The Slice Is RightGATEOne to ten, depending on outcome
Ocean FishingGathering ForayFive

To get rewards from Ocean Fishing, you have to earn at least 1,200 points in a single voyage. Conversely, earning any MGP from a GATE counts as a successful completion. Participating in any GATE aside from Cliffhanger, Any Way the Wind Blows, and The Slice Is Right—GATEs where it’s possible to earn nothing—will guarantee at least one Tomestone.

Players are also individually assigned a Weekly Objective randomly selected from the list of Standard Objectives, which awards a bonus of 20 Tomestones. This is on top of the base Tomestone reward from the Standard Objective, so just completing your Weekly Objective gives you anywhere from 21 to 30 Tomestones. 

Additionally, the Mogpendium lists Minimog Challenges, which are two extra weekly targets that award 10 Tomestones. These are all activities done outside of an instanced duty, such as completing certain FATEs, hunts, and Triple Triad matches. You only need to complete one of the two weekly Minimog Challenges to get the 10 Tomestone reward; unfortunately, completing both won’t get you any extra.

The Ultimog Challenge is one big task that’s worth 50 Tomestones (that can only be claimed once) and remains available until the end of the event. For the Second Hunt of Genesis, it’s clearing floor 100 of the Palace of the Dead. Depending on how much Deep Dungeon progress you have on your character, this may or may not be worth the challenge.

Remember: While Tomestones from Standard Objectives are automatically added to your inventory, rewards from Weekly Objectives, Minimog Challenges, and UItimog Challenges have to be manually claimed from the Mogpendium. Also, Tomestones will not be rewarded from objectives completed via Trusts, Duty Support, Squadron Missions, or Unrestricted Party without Level Sync enabled. Basically, you must complete the objectives with other players and at the level the duty was intended for.

Tip:

While Blue Mage Tomestone farming has been severely nerfed compared to previous Moogle Treasure Trove events, it remains the fastest option due to having no level constraints for any job ability. Level your Blue Mage to 70, make sure you have at least The Ram’s Voice and Ultravibration, then open up Party Finder to hop into a farming party. 

All rewards from Moogle Treasure Trove – The Second Hunt for Genesis in Final Fantasy 14

Three overlapping circles showcase the Emerald Carbuncle Earring, the Ufiti mount, and the Domakin minion, which are rewards from the Moogle Treasure Trove: The Second Hunt for Genesis event in Final Fantasy 14.
A neat assortment of accessories, mounts, minions, and more. Image via Square Enix

As always, the Itinerant Moogle’s inventory is a mix of miscellaneous items usually exclusive to challenging activities, some event-exclusive rewards, and one featured gearset.

ItemPriceNotes
Emerald Carbuncle Earring100Exclusive to the Second Hunt of Genesis.
Ufiti Horn50Requires unlocking the Ishgardian Restoration questline and crafter/gatherer activities. Purchased for 8,400 Skybuilders’ Scrips from Enie in the Firmament. 
Gabriel α Identification Key50Requires unlocking the level 80 Relic Weapon questline. Possible reward from opening Southern Front Lockboxes, which are only obtained from completing activities in the Bozjan Southern Front.
Domakin50Requires a Fisher retainer. Possible reward from Waterside Exploration XXV and Quick Exploration ventures.
Blinding Indigo Orchestrion Roll50Eden Leviathan’s theme. Possible drop from Eden’s Gate: Inundation.
Ala Mhigan Barding30Gold rating reward from the rare FATE, Rattle and Humbaba, located in The Peaks of Gyr Abania.
On Windy Meadows Orchestrion Roll30La Noscea’s pre-ARR theme. Possible reward from the level 60 treasure hunts via the solo maps (Timeworn Wyvernskin Maps) or the Aquapolis dungeon from the party maps (Timeworn Dragonskin Maps). 
Cheerful Checkered Parasol30Requires unlocking the Ishgardian Restoration questline and crafter/gatherer activities. Possible reward from opening Fête Presents, or purchased for 1,800 Skybuilders’ Scrips from Enie in the Firmament.
Potentially Special Timeworn Map x two30Exclusive to Moogle Treasure Trove events.
Direwolf Whistle30Requires unlocking and progressing the Ixali Tribal Quests to rank seven. Purchased from the Ixali Vendor for 120,000 Gil.
Gullfaxi Whistle30Titan’s themed mount. Obtained from The Navel (Extreme).
Round Lanner Whistle30Thordan’s themed mount. Obtained from The Minstrel’s Ballad: Thordan’s Reign, or purchased from Bertana at Idyllshire (and any Rowena’s Representative) for 99 Heavens’ Ward Helm Fragments.
Auspicious Kamuy Fife30Byakko’s themed mount. Obtained from The Jade Stoa (Extreme), or purchased from Eschina at Rhalgr’s Reach (and any Rowena’s Representative) for 99 Byakko Totems.
MGP Platinum Card30Earned from getting two or three lines in Wondrous Tails.
Philosopher’s Stone Table20Level 80 Goldsmith recipe. 
Crystarium Wardrobe20Level 80 Alchemist recipe. 
Low Bookshelf20Level 80 Carpenter recipe. 
Late Allagan chestpieces of Scouting, Aiming, Healing, and Casting15 eachPVP Glamour items. Purchased for 4,000 Wolf Marks at Wolves’ Den Pier
Paissa Card10Possible reward from beating Laniaitte (Heavensward MSQ NPC found at The Rosehouse in the Sea of Clouds) at Triple Triad. 
Dhalmel Card10The second possible reward from beating Laniaitte.
Innocence CardSevenDropped from The Crown of the Immaculate and The Crown of the Immaculate (Extreme), and is a possible reward from Dream Triad Cards.
9S CardSevenDropped from The Copied Factory, the first level 80 Alliance Raid.
Petit PteranodonSevenRequires unlocking the Ishgardian Restoration questline and crafter/gatherer activities. Possible first place prize from the Kupo of Fortune.
Behemoth HeirSevenPurchased for 400 Centurio Seals from Ardolain, the Hunt Mark vendor in Ishgard. 
Keepers of the Lock Orchestrion RollSevenRequires unlocking and progressing the Ananta Tribal Quests to rank three (respected). Purchased for three Ananta Dreamstaffs from Madhura. 
Magicked Prism (Job Mastery) x 10OneExclusive to Moogle Treasure Trove events.

The Itinerant Moogle opens up a few crafter/gatherer-exclusive rewards to battle-oriented players, as well as bypassing some infamously terrible RNG reward systems (looking at you, Kupo of Fortune). If there’s nothing in particular that interests you, try to prioritize the Emerald Carbuncle Earring, Potentially Special Timeworn Maps, and the MGP Platinum Cards. The earring is exclusive to the event, the maps are great for Gil-making, and MGP Cards remain the best way to grind MGP so far. 


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