Final Fantasy 14's Moonfire Faire Event Now Live For A Limited Time

Final Fantasy XIV’s annual summer event, the Moonfire Faire, has returned for another year. The summer celebration is now underway on PS4 and PC until August 26, giving players another chance to complete special limited-time quests and take home some exclusive summer-themed items.

To participate in the Moonfire Faire, you’ll need to be at least level 30 and speak to Mayaru Moyaru in the Upper Decks of Limsa Lominsa to begin the event. As Square Enix says, “This year’s event marks the return of the Eorzean Nimble Warrior course, revamped to provide yet more high-flying thrills to acrobatically adept adventurers.”

Complete the Moonfire Faire quests and you’ll be able to earn a variety of summer-themed clothes for your avatar, as well as a handful of different decorations for your house. You can see the list of this year’s Moonfire Faire items below. As usual, you’ll also be able to purchase certain items from past Moonfire Faires at vendors.

  • Moonfire Hachimaki (head gear)
  • White Painted Moogle Mask (head)
  • Black Painted Moogle Mask (head)
  • Painted Namazu Mask (head)
  • White Moonfire Happi (body)
  • Red Moonfire Happi (body)
  • Black Moonfire Happi (body)
  • Moonfire Tabi (feet)
  • Portable Pool (outdoor furnishing)
  • Wind Chime Stand (outdoor furnishing)
  • Moonfire Faire Advertisement (wall-mounted)

The Moonfire Faire runs until 7:59 AM PT / 10:59 AM ET on August 26. You can read more details about the event on the official Final Fantasy XIV website.

Final Fantasy XIV’s third major expansion, Shadowbringers, arrived this past July and introduced a wealth of new content to the popular MMO, including two new playable races, the Viera and Hrothgard, new cities to explore and dungeons to conquer, and two new jobs, among other things. You can read our thoughts on the expansion in our full Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers review. Be sure to also check out our Gunbreaker and Dancer guide for tips on mastering the new classes.

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