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How to get the Regalia Type-G mount on Final Fantasy XIV

Ride with style.

Although Final Fantasy XIV is a fantasy MMO game, it features an incredibly varied aesthetic style, ranging from typical fantasy themes to modern looks. The Regalia Type-G mount belongs to the latter, and it’s one of the most popular mounts.

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The Regalia Type-G is a fancy black car that can carry up to four players, which makes it one of the few mounts with over one seat despite not being in the Mog Station. It’s useful for party events, whether it’s weddings, hunts, or even just to play with friends.

But the mount isn’t always up for grabs. That’s why players must keep an eye out for the seasonal events.

How to get the Regalia Type-G mount on Final Fantasy XIV

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The Regalia Type-G mount is available during the seasonal crossover event with Final Fantasy XV, A Nocturne for Heroes. The latest iteration of the event kicked off on Feb. 21 and will end on March 13, leaving one month for the players to grab the Regalia mount.

It isn’t an easy process, however. The mount can only be purchased for 200,000 Manderville Gold Saucer points (MGP) from the Ironworks Vendor. There are many ways to earn this currency, but they’re all tied to the Gold Saucer, which features tons of mini-games to try out.

To unlock the buying option, complete the seasonal quest named The Man in Black in Ul’dah (X: 8.5, Y: 9.7). To pick up the quest, reach at least level 50 and complete the main scenario of A Realm Reborn.

How to get MGP in Final Fantasy XIV

The safest solution is to stock up on MGP before the event, so you’re prepared to spend it all on the Regalia Type-G mount. But if you didn’t, there are a few ways to earn MGP faster before the event ends.

First, when arriving in the Gold Saucer, check your challenge log in the Logs menu. If you didn’t unlock the Gold Saucer challenges, head to Limsa Lominsa and complete the quest “Call of the Sea” to unlock them. These challenges reset every week and offer up to 32,500 MGP.

In addition to these challenges, you can complete up to three Jumbo Cactpot games daily in the Entrance Square. But each ticket costs 10 MGP, so you’ll have to earn some first. It’s a lottery game offering solid chances of earning more MGP. The quest “Scratch it Rich” must be unlocked to play this mini-game.

The best way to earn MGP quickly is the weekly fashion report. It begins each Friday in the Gold Saucer and rewards 10,000 MGP for taking part, and 50,000 MGP for receiving a rating of 80 points or more. Look for guides to see how to earn this rating, and you should reach 200,000 MGP in less than a month. Finally, you’ll earn Gold Saucer points for every game completed in the area, and there are almost always various events that help you earn bonus points.


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Eva Martinello
Eva is a Staff Writer from Paris. Her part-time job is charging into walls with Reinhardt. She has been covering League of Legends esports and other titles for six years. She still believes in a Moscow Five comeback. She also fell into the MMO pit and covers FFXIV and Genshin.