Final Fantasy 14 is just like most other MMOs, in that all of the materials that you can gather can make your head spin! There is a ton of stuff to gather. Crafters and gatherers have their work cut out for them! Whether you’re needing to make a potion or a delivery, this new expansion has a few items that are hidden in plain sight. The Lunatender Blossom is a new material in Final Fantasy 14. Because of that, it can be a bit hard to find online! Thankfully, we can help you out!
Where to Find Lunatender Blossom in Final Fantasy 14
In order to gather a Lunatender Blossom, you’ll have to head to the Moon, or Mare Lamentorum. Once there, head to the Eastern and Northeastern part of the map, and there should be Lunatender spawns. These are long, blue creatures with a white blossom on top of their head. If you slay one of them, there’s a small chance that you’ll get one to three Lunatender blossoms from it.
You can also gather some from the Gem Trader. These will let you trade Bicolor Gemstones for materials. If you’re having really bad luck collecting these blossoms, then you can always go here!
Normally, though, farming the long blue boys – and girls – will give you a completely fair ratio of blossoms-to-kills.
Blossoms are important for Alchemists. They can be used to craft Grade 5 attribute potions for Strength, Dexterity, Vitality, Intelligence, and Mind, respectively. It can also be made into Panaloaf Yeast, Moon Gel, Rarefied Moon Gel, and Competent Craftman’s Draught. The Culinarian can also make Panaloaf Yeast.
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Jason Toro-McCue has committed his schooling to the study of the connection between game design and narrative. When he's not working on this bond through writing articles or guides, he's playing Dungeons & Dragons, or just playing games themselves and looking at the story there.