Endwalker's addition of two more boss FATEs in Final Fantasy XIV means more battles, new outfits, and opportunities to win goodies. First, you must find Chi and Daivadipa if you're one of the players that want to obtain Chi Bolts and Daivadipa's Beads. After you have both, you can purchase the Wind-Up Daivadipa minion and the Level Checker Mount.
A level 90 combat skill and the unlocked ability to fly in Ultima Thule and Thavnair are prerequisites before you even begin tackling the boss FATEs. If you cannot fly there, you cannot approach the boss FATEs.
Events known as FATEs take place everywhere throughout Eorzea in FFXIV. All parties in a particular server are welcome to participate in FATEs, which range from boss fights to escort assignments. To complete a FATE with the most points possible, players might cooperate. However, players must join the event as soon as it begins and perform as much damage and healing as possible to earn prizes from the Daivadipa FATE. By doing this, players may make sure they obtain the most Daivadipa's Beads and money possible from each battle.
The last links in FATE chains are BOSS FATEs. Usually, you will have to complete two successive FATEs, followed by the boss FATE. It is not certain that the boss will appear after finishing the two previous FATEs. This implies that you might need to farm out the FATE chain a little before the boss appears. Newer FATE bosses are often hard at work being created by players, while older ones won't appear since no one is longer interested in the prizes. There is a cooldown window after a boss is slain, during which time they cannot respawn.
Players must successfully finish two additional FATEs to attempt to trigger the Daivadipa FATE. If players can locate and conquer "Devout Pilgrims vs. the Jungle Lizards'' and "Devout Pilgrims vs. the Apalala," the FATE "Devout Pilgrims vs. Daivadipa'' could then become accessible. The two necessary FATE bouts may be found in Thavnair in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker, and winning them might generate Daivadipa on the arena's square Jnanamandapa. If players are missing any essentials, they can be directly bought using Gils. And if you are out of Gils, there is always the option to buy huge amounts for real currency. Also, there are lots of discounts and bonuses on bulk buying!
Two previous FATEs in Ultima Thule, "Omicron Recall: Comms Expansion" and "Omicron Recall: Secure Collection," must be completed for Chi to appear and its FATE "Omicron Recall: Killing Order." Once things have been finished, Chi could appear on The Lost Hydraulic, the square arena atop Base Omicron Aetheryte.
Tactics to defeat the FATEs effectively
Players should attempt to evade Daivadipa's close-range assaults, which may do a huge amount of damage. Additionally, players should be on the lookout for the area of effect strikes even during Boss FATE. Players can dodge these strikes by leaving the designated places before Daivadipa launches its attack. Finally, due to Daivadipa's uncommon spawn chance, several people will probably take part in the battle, making it rather simple to beat the monster.
Players that complete the Boss FATE in FFXIV: Endwalker will get 2, 4, or 6 Daivadipa's Beads based on whether they won bronze, silver, or gold during the battle. Players must often heal nearby parties and deliver a lot of damage to the enemy to get the most credit possible. To redeem every reward presently offered for purchase with this special item, players will require a total of 18 Daivadipa's Beads. Players must go to Nesvaaz in Radz-at-Han to utilize Daivadipa's Beads.
Four things may be purchased from Nesvaaz with Daivadipa's Beads. The Gaja Suit, Gaja Head, Thavnairian Barding, and Wind-Up Daivadipa are all for sale to players. The cost of each award varies, with the Gaja Suit being one of the most pricey at six Daivadipa's Beads. In FFXIV: Endwalker, each Daivadipa's Beads prize requires players to beat Daivadipa at least three times.
Destination: Ultima Thule The Chi FATE is a boss FATE, so you'll need to chain at least two other FATEs in the region before you have a chance to see it. However, this time, they aren't accidental. If you have a flying mount, use it to access the aether flow currents in Ultima Thule and then teleport to Base Omicron.
Contact N-0265 to activate the two required FATEs. When you teleport there and finish the tasks, the boss FATE, Omicron Recall, will show up at X:34, Y:21. If you look at your map, it is the large square towards the top.
A community-made toolbox called Faloop! keeps tabs on significant FATE bosses and hunts locations across all editions. Choose your server, click "FATEs" at the top, and a list will appear.
The FATE can be created by fulfilling conditions if it is listed as open. The FATE was freshly slain and cannot yet be spawned again if designated as closed.
Keep a watch on yell chat for the areas the bosses appear in, though, as Faloop! depends on player reporting and occasionally makes mistakes.
After obtaining 12 Chi Bolts, speak with Nesvaaz in Radz-at-Han to exchange them for the Level Check identification that unlocks the ride. In Final Fantasy 14, you may use the Bicolor Gems you acquire after completing Omicron Recall to manufacture weapons you can sell on the market or exchange for useful commodities like Mousse Flesh. After that, it's time to focus on collecting Moonward Gear, the Tomestones of Aphorism required for it, and possibly some Berkanan Sap to make tinctures for those dungeon runs once you've finished the MSQs.