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Where To Start Endwalker MSQ In FFXIV

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Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker is almost here. The new expansion drops in a few days, adding two new job classes, a ton of new quests, and so much more. The two new jobs added in the expansion, Reaper and Sage, are hotly anticipated. Players are getting a rework of a ton of endgame content, and they’re excited to hunt for new gear. But to get there, you actually need to complete the Main Scenario Quest (MSQ).

Here’s what you need to do to begin the Endwalker MSQ In FFXIV,

Where To Start Endwalker MSQ In FFXIV

Since it picks up in the place of the last expansion, things are pretty simple. You need to find Alphinaud, and speak with them. You must fast Travel to Revenants Toll in Mor Dhona and then head into the entrance to The Rising Stones. Once you’re inside, you can speak with Alphinaud. They will have a a marker over their head denoting a quest giver. From there, you can begin the rest of the MSQ.

The new level cap has a lot in store for returning players. New players will have to finish the previous expansion first before they get access to Endwalker. it will be a bit of a slog, but it’s worth it in the end. If you’re brand new to the game, or coming back from a long break, check out the Hall of the Novice. The Hall of the Novice can be found in Western La Noscea at (x28,y24). This location will help acclimate you to new group-based combat through various challenges.

The Main Scenario Quests will also lead to the first dungeon you are expected to complete in the game. This is a great way to get used to the game. Getting through all that will eventually prepare you for the Endwalker expansion.

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