FFXIV Island Sanctuary: How to Get and Craft The Iron Hatchet - Prima Games

FFXIV Island Sanctuary: How to Get and Craft The Iron Hatchet

A new tool.

by Jesse Vitelli

Island Sanctuary has received some updates in patch 6.3. While not a significant update patch or everyone’s favorite island living simulator, you can still do a bit more around your island. Most notably, the new Iron Hatchet tool. Here’s how to get and craft the Iron hatchet in FFXIV Island Sanctuary.

FFXIV Island Sanctuary: How to Get and Craft The Iron Hatchet

To get the recipe for the Iron Hatchet, you’ll need to head back to your Island Sanctuary. Once you head back onto your Island Sanctuary, you’ll need to check in with the Felicitous Furball, who can be found at (X:12.6, Y:28.4). If you’ve reached Island Sanctuary rank 10 (which was the previous max rank), you’ll notice this character has an exclamation mark above them.

Talk to the Felicitous Furball to obtain the recipe for the Iron Hatchet. Now that you have the recipe, you’ll need to craft it.

Related: FFXIV Patch Notes for 6.3 Include New Island Sanctuary Ranks, Hairstyles, & More

So click the hammer icon on your Islekeep’s Index, and select the Iron Hatchet. You’ll need the following materials to craft it.

  • 3 Island Logs
  • 2 Island Iron Ore
  • 3 Iron Quartz

Once you have these items, you can make the Iron Hatchet, and now you’ll be able to harvest all of the new materials that patch 6.3 brought to your island. So be on the lookout, and go chop your trees. You can always check your resource log to see which new materials you’re missing.

Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to get and craft the Islekee’s Iron hatchet in FFXIV Island Sanctuary. For more tips, tricks, and guides on Final Fantasy XIV, be sure to check out Prima Games. We have plenty of useful guides on patch 6.3, such as how to unlock the new MSQ Dungeon.

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.