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FFXIV: How to Get Peacock Blue Dye

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by Jesse Vitelli

There are a lot of different ways to customize your outfits in FFXIV, from different sets of armor to changing the color using different dyes. Finding out how to get a lot of different colors can be tricky or, even worse, pricey. Here’s how to get Peacock Blue Dye in FFXIV.

FFXIV: How to Get Peacock Blue Dye

Peacock Blue Dye can be purchased from the Amalj’aa Vendor in Southern Thanalan (X: 23.2, Y:14.1).

The vendor will sell you Peacock Blue Dye for 1 Steel Amalj’ok, which is the currency obtained by completing daily Tribal Quests for the Amalj’aa or 334 Gil.

You can also obtain Peacock Blue Dye from the dungeon Neverreap which was introduced in the Heavnesward expansion. You’ll need to be at least level 60, and the dye can drop from any of the additional treasure coffers around the dungeon.

You can purchase Peacock Blue Dye on the Market Board; however, you will likely pay above the standard price for it. So if you’re looking to get it as cheap as possible, you’ll either need to run the Neverreap dungeon a few times or track down the vendors listed above.

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Peacock Blue Dye is often used for the weekly Fashion Report hosted at the Golden Saucer. Having a few on hand is a great way to ensure you get at least 80 points when being judged. This will net you 60,000 MGP and bring you ever closer to the prize you’ve had your eye on at the prize counter.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get Peacock Blue Dye in FFXIV. For more tips and tricks from across Eorzea, be sure to check out Prima Games. We have a plethora of helpful guides to ensure your time here is easy. Here’s how to get Soot Black Dye, another popular dye used in the weekly Fashion Report.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.