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The Firmament →  Featherfall (10.8-14)

Item Statistics Cost
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Ore
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Ore
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Something of a mixed bag of metallic elements, but as everyone knows, smithies love a good surprise. Just not when they're swinging a hammer dangerously close to their fingers.

Used in level 20 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Ore
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper Sand
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper Sand
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A special place in one of the seven hells exists for those who attempt to fob off the skybuilders by mixing in regular sand with the copper, or so the skybuilders would have one believe.

Used in level 20 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Copper Sand
 

10
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc Ore
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc Ore
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Zinc is said to prevent a number of common ailments. However, it must be noted that attempting to ingest it in its current state may actually cause problems such as broken teeth and stomachache, usually in that order.

Used in level 40 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Zinc Ore
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock Salt
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock Salt
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There are few dishes that cannot be improved with a sprinkling of salt. Strangely, this even includes a number of desserts, which flies in the face of all common logic.

Used in level 40 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock Salt
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron Sand
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron Sand
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In the event that one somehow accidentally mixes this with normal sand, the two can be separated by waving a magnet nearby. This knowledge may─or more likely, may not─save your life one day.

Used in level 40 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Iron Sand
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt Ore
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt Ore
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A lot less blue than one might expect, although it tastes about right.

Used in level 60 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cobalt Ore
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Pigment
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Pigment
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While some of the skybuilders were in favor of naming this substance “purple stuff,” the need to follow a more sensible naming convention eventually prevailed.

Used in level 60 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Pigment
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Asphaltum
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Asphaltum
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Plans to use this sticky, black substance to cover the streets of Ishgard were vehemently opposed, as it would ruin the uniformly grey aesthetic─which on most days includes the sky itself.

Used in level 60 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Asphaltum
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril Sand
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril Sand
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The bright hue of this valuable substance does make it stand out from the surrounding rocks and so forth, but only under the condition that one is able to find the damnable stuff in the first place.

Used in level 60 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythril Sand
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mica
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mica
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“Mica” would make rather a nice name for a person, if it were not already taken by this rather unremarkable rock.

Used in level 60 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mica
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite Ore
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite Ore
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Due to the fact it is almost identical in appearance to mythril ore, it is sometimes known as “fool's mythril.” Conversely, actual mythril is often referred to as “fool's mythrite.”

Used in level 70 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Mythrite Ore
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Spring Water
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Spring Water
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Despite the potentially misleading name, it can also be collected in summer and autumn. Winter, however, is generally out of the question, for obvious reasons.

Used in level 70 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Spring Water
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Alumen
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Alumen
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Were the skybuilders less exacting in their demands, the standard alumen found in market stalls across Eorzea would be more than sufficient. Many volunteers suspect that such tasks are set merely to test their patience.

Used in level 70 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Alumen
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock
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If you think this rock is uninteresting, you should see the grade 1 skybuilders' rock, which is so plain that it can blend into any background by virtue of its sheer dullness.

Used in level 70 crafting recipes.


10
Grade 2 Skybuilders' Rock
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Silex
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Silex
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The name makes it sound far more sinister than it actually is.

Used in level 70 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Silex
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel Ore
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel Ore
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Has the potential to be made into something very scary indeed, like spiked pauldrons or an enormous battleaxe. In all likelihood, however, it will probably become a slightly extravagant kettle or decorative letter opener.

Used in level 80 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Darksteel Ore
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Crystal-clear Rock Salt
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Crystal-clear Rock Salt
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With a name that long, one might be forgiven for expecting it to be some sort of miraculous super-salt, capable of turning even the blandest dish into a festival of flavor. Sadly, this is not the case, although it is nonetheless rather good as far as salt goes.

Used in level 80 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Crystal-clear Rock Salt
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud Drop Water
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud Drop Water
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Most people realize “cloud drop” is just a fancy way to say “rain.” Not many customers would be willing to pay for mere rainwater, but cloud drop water, on the other hand...

Used in level 80 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Cloud Drop Water
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Lutinite
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Lutinite
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Said to be blessed by cloud spirits, which may or may not be a good thing. Still, “blessed” is infinitely preferable to “cursed.”

Used in level 80 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Lutinite
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Basalt
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Basalt
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Basalt actually has very little in common with salt, despite its name being approximately two-thirds the same.

Used in level 80 crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Basalt
 

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Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Cloudstone
 
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Cloudstone
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Believed to be a piece of fossilized cloud.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Cloudstone
 

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Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Rock Salt
 
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Rock Salt
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It seems there are almost as many varieties of rock salt as there are varieties of rock, if the skybuilders' somewhat arbitrary system of assigning names is to be believed.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Rock Salt
 

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Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Spring Water
 
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Rather than simply being free of impurities, this water actually possesses the ability to preemptively destroy any impurities that dare to come near it. As such, only those pure of heart can drink of it without being killed instantly, or so it is rumored.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Spring Water
 

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Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Sand
 
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Sand
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One of the few substances known to be both edible and highly explosive. While some spicy ingredients are said to be capable of blowing one's head off, in this case, it is no exaggeration.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Aurum Regis Sand
 

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Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Jade
 
Approved Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Jade
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In the Brume, to be “jaded” means to have a large piece of jade thrown at the back of one's head. Thankfully, the prohibitive pricing of this precious substance means that such incidents are rare.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Artisanal Skybuilders' Jade
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Flarestone
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Flarestone
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Red-hot to the touch, which makes it a bastard to carry.

Can only be gathered during an umbral flare.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Flarestone
 

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Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Levinshard
 
Approved Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Levinshard
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If you thought catching lightning in a bottle was difficult, catching it in a crystal fragment is even trickier. At least a bottle comes with a handy cap to keep in said lightning when caught, whereas crystal relies on nothing more than the bolt's willing cooperation.

Can only be gathered during umbral levin.

Used in expert crafting recipes.


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Grade 2 Skybuilders' Umbral Levinshard