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FFXIV: Where to Start the Loporrit Tribal Quest

A carrot a day keeps the Zodiark away.

by Jesse Vitelli

FFXIV’s ever-expanding roster of Tribal quests grows yet again with patch 6.35. The Loporrit Tribal Quests will have players helping out the cute and cuddly rabbits of the moon. However, there are a few things you need to do before you can take on this quest and earn the rewards from completing your daily missions. Here is where to start the Loporrit Tribal Quest missions in FFXIV.

FFXIV: Where to Start the Lopporits Tribal Quest

In order to access the beginning of the Loporrit Tribal Questline, you’ll need to have a few things done.

First, you’ll need to have completed the main scenario for Endwalker. You’ll also need to complete the side quest “Dream a Little Dream,” which is part of a small quest chain on the moon involving the Loporrit Dreamingway.

The Loporrit Triabl Quests are a Disciple of the Hand crafting tribe, so you will need a Disciple of the Hand job at level 80 to obtain the questline.

Related: All Loporrit Tribal Quests in FFXIV

Dream a Little Dream

Now that all of that is out of the way, to start the Loporrit Tribal Quest and rebuild the moon into the ultimate party, you’ll need to head to Old Sharlayan and look for Dreamingway. Our tiny little friend will be at (X:11.7 Y:10.9.)

After speaking to him with your level 80 Disciple of the Hand job equipped, he will ask you to join him on the moon, and you’ll head over to the Bestway Burrows to continue on a short quest chain before gaining full access to the daily quests for the Loporrits.

You can do three quests for the Loporrits per day to earn reputation. As each rank on the reputation meter increases, you can access new and exciting rewards, like a brand-new mount and minion. Be sure to do your quests every day to reach maximum reputation as fast as possible.

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.