FFXIV: How to Get the Moon-Hopper Mount

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A new patch for FFXIV also means new mounts for players to obtain and show off around town. With new mounts added in every patch, finding your favorite and determining which to hunt for can feel overwhelming. Well, if you’re reading this, it seems you’ve decided that the Moon-Hopper mount is one worth going after, and you’re not wrong. Here is how to get the Moon-Hopper mount in FFXIV.

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FFXIV: How to Get the Moon-Hopper Mount

The Moon Hopper mount is available from the Loporrit Tribal Quest. After reaching the Sworn rank, you will be able to purchase the mount for 18 Loporrit Carats.

Reaching the required reputation level will take a few weeks, as you can only do three quests per day. These quests will increase your reputation by 180 points total, and you’ll need a couple thousand to obtain the mount.

Also, if you’re going after the Moon Hopper mount, be sure you have a level 80 Disciple of the Hand job before starting. You won’t be able to even take on the opening quest line without it. Since the Loporrit’s quest is one for a Disciple of the Hand, you won’t be able to take it on with any of the job categories.

Related: FFXIV: Where to Start the Loporrit Tribal Quest

Also, while you might be in a mad dash to finish the reputation grinding and get your sweet new robot bunny mount, be sure to enjoy the ride while you’re on it. The Loporrits are cute and cuddly, and the storyline for the Tribal Quest is endearing.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get the Moon Hopper mount in FFXIV. There are plenty of tips and tricks to know about patch 6.35. Check out how to unlock the newest deep dungeon Eureka Orthos.

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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 thinking about his ever-expanding backlog of games he won't play and being constantly dehydrated. Do not contact him.