It’s Halloween time in Final Fantasy XIV, which means that all the ghosts are now out to play. That’s right, we’re talking about All Saints’ Wake. Every year, Eorzeans come together to celebrate all things spooky and scary, and definitely not just because we’re totally bonkers for furnishings and seasonal items. Check out our FFXIV All Saints Wake 2019 event guide to figure out how to kick off the proceedings, and to find out what rewards you can get.
Final Fantasy XIV: FFXIV All Saints’ Wake 2019 Event Guide – Quest Location
All Saints Wake is obviously a limited-time event. It runs from 1 am on October 17 to 8 am on November 1 PDT this year, which gives you a couple of weeks to make sure that all your Jack-o-lanterns are prepped and that you’ve got everything that your Hot Topic-loving heart could desire.
You have to be level 15 and have finished the quest “It’s Probably Pirates” which culminates in access to everyone’s favorite beginner dungeon, Sastasha. Well, favorite in comparison to the Thousand Maws of Toto-Rak. Please don’t ask us to talk about that one. If you’re not level 15 yet, then you’re going to want to get your grind on before heading over to Old Gridania to meet with the Adventurer’s Guild Investigator who’s hanging around just north of Min Khetto’s Amphiteatre.
Final Fantasy XIV: FFXIV All Saints’ Wake 2019 Event Guide – All Saints’ Wake Rewards
Like every other year, the All Saints Wake 2019 event will be giving you some rewards that you basically can’t get at any other point in the year. Finishing the quest chain started by talking to the Adventurers’ Guild Investigator and netting event achievements by finishing the relevant repeatables will get you the following:
- Circus Resonator – Circus Ahriman mount
- Pumpkin Carriage outdoor furnishing
- Fantastical All Saints’ Wake poster
- Magicked Prism (Pumpkin)
You can expect to have to take a crack at the following quests, all with a level 15 requirement:
- Fear and Delight – Old Gridania
- A Glamorous Guise – Limsa Lominsa Upper Decks
- Haunting Grounds – Old Gridania
These rewards are mostly furnishings and also, of course, the seasonal event mount that larger events get. If you’re looking for a spooky recolor of the original Ahriman mount that you’ll have been dealt as a result of veteran rewards, then this is going to suit your needs perfectly. You’ll also be able to purchase rewards from previous years’ All Saints’ Wake celebrations if you feel like it. Now that you’ve got what you need to know about the FFXIV All Saints Wake 2019 event, what are you waiting for? Get out there and get scared. If you’ve checked that off your list, we’ve also got a full run-down of the job changes in patch 5.1 for you.