In the new Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood expansion, the addition of the Omega: Deltascape raid has given players some new end-game content to sink their death into. But Deltascape has brought up some questions for those who take it on — especially when it comes to loot and how loot drops work.
In this short guide, we’re going to break down the loot drop system in Deltascape for you, so that you don’t have to do any guesswork as you dive into this raid.
How Deltascape Loot Drops Work in FFXIV
For the Deltascape raid, getting the good loot is pretty slow going. Instead of final bosses dropping all of their dope weapons or armor, they will drop treasure coffers with tokens inside.
Upon the completion of a floor, you will earn one of three tokens which can be exchanged for armor. Each floor drops different tokens so you’ll probably need to run all of them a few times to get all the armor you want.
The tokens dropped per floor are as follows:
|Floor||Tokens Dropped||Item Type|
|Deltascape V1.0||-Deltascape Bolt |
|Deltascape V2.0||-Deltascape Bolt |
|Deltascape V3.0||-Deltascape Crank |
|Deltascape V4.0||-Deltascape Crank |
Here’s the kicker — each floor can only drop one token a week, with a reset happening on Tuesday. That means that once you receive a token on a floor, you’ll have to wait until the next Tuesday to try again. Unfortunately, this means you can only get 4 tokens a week.
Once you’ve got a few tokens, you can talk to Gelfradus in Rhalgr’s Reach who will exchange them for armor. In the table below, you’ll find each item type you can purchase and what tokens you need to trade for it.
|Item Type||Required Token|
|Head||Deltascape Lens (x2)|
|Body||Deltascape Shaft (x4)|
|Hands||Deltascape Crank (x2)|
|Waist||Deltascape Chain (x1)|
|Legs||Deltascape Spring (x4)|
|Feet||Deltascape Pedal (x2)|
|Accessories||Deltascape Bolt (x1)|
It might take some time, but with a bit of luck you should be able to get the full set within a few weeks. Just be patient and it’ll pay off!
That wraps up this guide! If you want to learn more about other aspects of this expansion, check out the rest of our FFXIV Stormblood guides for extra tips:
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- FFXIV Stormblood Job Guide: Red Mage
- FFXIV Location for the Dearest Keiko Quest
- What to Do After Hitting Level 70 in FFXIV
- How to Get The Magitek Predator Mount in FFXIV Stormblood