FFXIV Palace of the Dead Floors 1-50 Overview & Guidethe Dead Floors

Great video and very helpful! I just started ffxiv arr myself and have a lvl 23 Rogue so if I start the quest for PoTD can I switch to a different job and lvl it in PoTD or must all the jobs I wish to lvl need to be lvl 17+ at least?

I’d say yes too. Not good at archer, didn’t like archer at all. Going into the POTD, gave me a better appreciation of the Archer/Bard. Found out ranged DPS has a ton of strengths.

New player here still getting the hang of the game, Im around lvl 22 right now, is PoTD something I should be doing/worrying about as a completely new player? Or is it something I should wait until I have a max class/job?

I think it is worth mentionin, that you can gain +30/+30 on your aetherpool equipment at the lower levels – no need to be deep for them. There is no soft cap of any other restrictions on the levelups of the things.

I personally had +30/+30 before I ever cleared floors 21-30, because I had a varying pool of friends who wanted to run the low floors, so there was a lot of repeating the low ones.

I just had a group started with 2 warriors a monk and a blm 41-50. I(warrior) start out with the monk behind me as the blm found his way to coffer with a mimic almost instant death the other warrior though tried his best fell to it as well. Mind you this is our 1st floor. We pushed to the revive Carin where after the second enemy in the room and two left the monk decides to try another route solo as the blm leaves the duty. I finish killing the third as the monk dies and then kill the fourth.

Still not enough so i find I Minotaur patrolling and kill that. Finally I can revive them as the monk wanted me to suicide. The moment I revive them we get a great healer. Saving the run but pressed for time we made it to Edna. Unfortunately the other warrior and I are were the only ones to not got hit by cold feet and after the second cast of it enough glyphs were lit. Very long story short…a waste of my time yet an enjoyable one nonetheless.

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