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FFXIV: How to Get Soot Black Dye

If you need that dye for the Fashion Report, we got you.

by Jesse Vitelli

There are a lot of different colored dyes you can use in Final Fantasy XIV. These change the color of any dyeable pieces of gear and are used to make some really fabulous outfits. Finding the right dye can complete the perfect look you’re trying to attain, but it’s not always easy. Here’s how to get Soot Black Dye in FFXIV.

FFXIV: How to Get Soot Black Dye

Soot Black Dye can be obtained in a few different ways, but the most consistent way to get the dye is from the Ixali Vendor found in the North Shroud (X:24.9, Y:22.7).

However, if you want to purchase the dye from them, you’ll need first to complete some of the Tribal Quests to unlock the vendor’s inventory. Once you reach rank three with the Ixali, you’ll unlock the ability to purchase Soot Black Dye.

If you need some Soot Black Dye in a pinch, you can always purchase it from the Market Board. There is always a healthy supply of it from other players; you’ll pay a little more Gil for it than usual. Luckily, Soot Black Dye is incredibly rare so that the pricing won’t break the bank.

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The final way to get Soot Black Dye in FFXIV is to complete “The Company You Keep” MSQ which will reward you with three Soot Black Dye.

You can also complete the following sidequests to obtain extra Soot Black Dye if needed.

  • A Porcine Plght – East Shroud: Level 21
  • Marks of the Monarch – Il Mheg: Level 70
  • A Life of Regret – Ultima Thule: Level 80

These will each reward you with some Soot Black Dye, but they can only be completed once for the rewards.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get Soot Black Dye in FFXIV. For more tips, tricks, and guides, be sure to check out Prima Games. We have everything you need to make the perfect glam. Here’s how to get Coral Pink dye.

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.