FFXIV: Stormblood Gil Farming Guide 2019

It's time to make some Gil.
Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Tumblr

Image credit to Square Enix

Square Enix is currently gearing up to release a brand new expansion for their highly popular MMO Final Fantasy XIV. With the Shadowbringers expansion now only months away, players are doing everything they can to get ready for the coming content. With that in mind, we have concocted a quick guide on how to boost your Gil collection ahead of FFXIV’s next highly anticipated expansion.


Image credit to Square Enix

The top way to make Gil in FFXIV is through Disciples of the Hand and Disciples of the Land. For starters, let’s talk about how crafting as a disciple of the hand can make you Gil.

The most profitable crafting classes are Blacksmith, Goldsmith, Alchemist and Culinarian. The advantage each of these classes offer is that you can provide highly sought after gear, furniture, consumables and other materials for sale. Most players will not take the time to flesh out their Disciples of the Hand classes, making this a highly advantageous sellers market for nifty crafters willing to put in the work.

Many players do not want to put in the effort to craft basic items that they regularly need. Consequently, there is often a consistent demand for even common crafted items at the Market Board. If you need some Gil fast, this can be an easy to make a profit. That being said, the higher your crafting levels become, there more Gil there is to be made.


Image credit to Square Enix

The Disciples of the Land goes, well, hand in hand with Disciples of the Hand. For every crafter in FFXIV, there is also a gatherer. To that end, there can be quite a bit of money to be made if you are willing to gather materials to sell to avid crafters.

Many crafters do not want to take the time to gather their own materials. Consequently, you can sell even basic materials at the Market Board for some quick Gil. The higher your gathering levels become, the more Gil you will be able to make.

The Disciples of the Land classes Botany, Fishing and Mining can all be utilized for profit. Even if you would prefer to make your Gil from crafting, it is suggested that you spend some time leveling your Disciples of the Land classes so that you can avoid having to pay for your own crafting materials.

If you would like to focus your time and energy on gathering for profit, then consider spending most of your time leveling your mining. Elemental shards, clusters and crystals can all be mined for some serious profit.


If crafting and gathering isn’t really your thing, there is quite a bit of Gil to be made through Roulettes. Joining dungeon roulettes can pull in roughly 5,000-9,000 Gil, while trial roulettes can earn you upwards of 10,000 Gil. The best way to maximize your profits from these events is to always take up the “Adventurer in Need” bonus. The most common roles demanded for Adventurer in Need is going to be a tank or a healer. Consequently, you are going to want to start focusing your build in either of those areas of specialty.

In order to begin doing these roulettes, you will first have to complete your level 10 main story quests. This will unlock the Duty Finder. You can then access the Duty Finder by going back to the main menu and scrolling down to the duty tab.

After selecting the Duty Finder, click the blue square with the question mark inside to view your unlocked roulettes. You can then select the roulette of your choice and begin making Gil and raking in experience.


No matter which primary form of Gil farming you choose to pursue, taking advantage of ventures is a great way to boost your profits on the side. You can send your retainer to complete these small quests, allowing you to reap some serious rewards at almost no cost of time or energy.

In order to unlock retainer ventures, you will have to complete a level 17 main quest offered by the Scions of the Seventh Dawn. After that, you will have to spec out your retainer with a class and gear. As your retainer completes ventures, they will gain experience and level up. Consequently, this is a form of Gil farming that will become more profitable the longer you do it.

Next, head to a nearby summoning bell to call your retainer forward. You will then be given the option to “Assign Venture” for your retainer. To send your retainer on one of the ventures, however, costs a “venture” currency. In order to earn this currency, you will need to complete tribe quests, levemetes and you will have to trade company seals.

After completing a venture, your retainer will return with some high quality items that you can sell for Gil on the Market Board. It is important to note that you can send multiple retainers on multiple ventures at a time. Take advantage of this feature to maximize your profits.

Challenge Log

Image credit to Square Enix

Once you determine your Gil farming method of choice and you begin to utilize ventures in your spare time, you may still want to rake in some extra currency here and there. For those times, there is the challenge log.

The challenge log is a weekly list of objectives that you can complete for both Gil and experience. Completing a single challenge will bring you in roughly 1,000 Gil. But, you can earn roughly 15,000 Gil by completing each week’s log.

In order to unlock the challenge log, you will first have to complete the level 15 quest “Rising to the Challenge” in the Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks. After that, go back to the main menu and make your way to the Logs tab. The Challenge Log will now be available to you.


Hunter Boyce is a writer, which probably seems pretty obvious with "author" prominently displayed. He mostly writes about video games. However, he was previously a mixed martial arts news writer. When not writing about people pelting each other in the face or about leveling up in the latest RPG, he tends to spend his time as a web producer in Atlanta. You can shout all of your MMA and video game related quandaries at him at @SomthinClever on Twitter. Feel free to make your demands to him in ALL CAPS. He loves that.

Write A Comment