FFXIV Eureka Orthos guide - Unlock location, boss strats, rewards, lore, and more (2023)

March10, 2023: We've updated our boss guides and loot tables. Check out our pointers for taking on Gancanagh, Cloning Node, Tiamat, Twintania, Chimera, Minotaur, and more.

At long last, a new Deep Dungeon has arrived in Final Fantasy XIV. If you're looking to make your mark on the challenge and varied PVE content, follow along with our in-progress FFXIV Eureka Orthos guide to learn about the peculiarities and rewards.


With Shadowbringers skipping out on what almost became a tradition of the series, Endwalker is bringing the dungeon crawl back into relevancy, giving us new ways to level up, new loot to run for, and dozens of hours of content for hardcore players to chip away at.

For more FFXIV guides, check out how to unlock Alisaie's hairstyle, the FFXIV 6.3 hub, and our Euphrosyne raid guide if you're yet to dive into the latest 24-man brawl. And for a longer read, check out our FFXIV interview with the devs. We talked about the breakout success of Crystalline Conflict and the game's PVP inspiration.

What is Eureka Orthos?

Eureka Othos is the latest 'Deep Dungeon' content to arrive in FFXIV, following on from Palace of the Dead in Heavensward, and Heaven-on-High during the Stormblood days.

The aim is to make it through as many floors as you can without wiping. You collect and use unique weapons, armour, and items as you go, with luck, risk assessment, and skill playing a major role in your chances of success.

Though you only need to make it through a set number of floors to enjoy the story, attempts to reach the final floor (solo or in a squad) have become a whole sub-genre of content, with a place on the FFXIV website's leaderboards being the major aim.


How to unlock Eureka Orthos

You can unlock Eureka Orthos by picking up the quest 'Delve into Myth' from Koh Rabntah in Mor Dhona. You'll find her at the coordinates X:21.8 Y:8.1.

To see the quest, you'll need to be on a level 81+ quest and have completed both the initial Endwalker MSQ from patch 6.0 and have cleared Floor 50 of Palace of the Dead.

How many floors is Eureka Orthos?

Eureka Orthos has a total of 100 floors. 30 of these are tied to the story, with any subsequent floors serving purely as a challenge for those who want to carry on. They're also good for earning EXP toward the outside level of the class you enter as.

You can explore up to floor during the unlock quest. After that, you'll want to return to Koh Rabntah to accept the Rage Extinguished quest, which instructs you to explore up to floor 100. With that cleared, you'll be able to accept the quest Orthos Unveiled for the current conclusion.


(Video) FFXIV Eureka Orthos Guide - How To Solo Floors 1 To 30

How to get back to Eureka Orthos

Don't really want to be making the long trip from Revenent's Toll all the way down to the Eight Sentinels in the southeast corner? You don't have to. There's a shortcut you can take as soon as you've officially unlocked Eureka Orthos.

To quickly get back to the Eureka Orthos entrance, just teleport to Revenent's Toll (Mor Dhona) and look for Burnel. They'll but slightly to the west under the lamp post just as Roh was before you started the unlock quest. He'll take you straight there.

What happens if you wipe in Eureka Orthos?

If your whole team is incapacited at the same time in Eureka Orthos, you're forced to leave the Deep Dungeon.

You'll lose all of your progress from that ten-floor journey, meaning you'll start at the floor following the last boss you cleared. So if you wipe on floor 30, you'll restart at 21. But if you clear floor 20 and wipe on 21, you'll start at 21.

What level do you start at in Eureka Orthos?

Eureka Orthos will start you off at level 81 regardless of your level at the time of entering. It's a great way to get a feel for a class you haven't leveled up yet. The accelerated EXP rate means it's a good way to quickly test the rotation of any class you may have at 80 that you're not sure you want to level up further.

You'll earn EXP toward the actual level of your class with every ten floors you clear. This can be repeated, so it's a good way to level up classes while consuming new content.

What are the Eureka Orthos rewards?

Mounts, minions, music, and Triple Triad cards are par for the course in Eureka Orthos. Maybe some new fashion accessories, some glamour gear, and a hairstyle and emote. The usual. It's hard to get a complete loot table this early on, but rewards from the Accursed Hoard are what you'll primarily be looking for.

These are gacha-style lootboxes you'll find inside the dungeon that you can only open when you leave. The rewards are completely random, with better rewards like mounts and minions having lower drop rates.


How to find Accursed Hoards in Eureka Orthos

Accursed Hoards in Eureka Orthos work the same way they have in Deep Dungeon content like Palace of the Dead and Heaven-on-High.

Not every floor has an Accursed Hoard to find. And given they're completely invisible until you accidentally stand on one, there's a pretty low chance you naturally find one unless you're purposefully stepping on every bit of land you can - risking the wrath of explosive traps, debuffs, and the dungeon timer.

The best way to find Accused Hoards is to open gold chests and hope to find a Protomander of Intuition. Casting this means the next Accursed Hoard available will shine, making it much easier to find. The effect persists through floors until you open one.

Once you have an Accursed Hoard, just talk to the NPC between Khatun and the Synthesiser Node outside the dungeon to open it. You can stockpile Accursed Hoards between runs if you want to open them all at once.

Eureka Orthos Accursed Hoard loot table

Here's an in-progress look at the loot that can drop from Accursed Hoards in Eureka Orthos.


(Video) Eureka Orthos Boss Guide Floors 10-99 - FFXIV Deep Dungeon

What do the Eureka Orthos weapons look like?

Once you've gained enough levels on your Eureka Orthos weapons, you'll be able to convert them for outside use glamours. Check out the video above to see what they look like. We'll add images at a later date.

Eureka Orthos boss strategies - Gancanagh, Cloning Node, and more

Eureka Orthos blocks your way with a unique boss every ten floors. And unlike other bosses, wiping against these means losing all of your progress through those last ten floors.


While going in blind adds tension that makes victory all the sweeter, wiping to a mechanic you just can't get the hang of fast enough can be infuriating. Especially if it happens again on your next run. Read on to learn how to beat the bosses or Eureka Orthos and what to look out for.

Gancanagh - Eureka Orthos floor 10 boss strat

The first boss of Eureka Orthos, found on floor 10, it's too difficult. It spams the same three mechanics is a relatively predictable way.

You'll notice nine more Gancanagh set evenly along the floor of the arena. They're essentially bombs the boss detonates throughout. If there are set patterns here, they're not important. You'll have plenty of time to get out of range of their small blast radius.

Just DPS Gancanagh down while watching its cast bars. When it casts Authoritative Shriek, around four mines will become electrically charged. Just hug any of the inactive ones to avoid.

The only other spell Gancanagh will channel is a proximity-based slam you'll want to get as far away from as possible. Heal up right after, as Gancanagh charges every bomb on the battlefield by each of the three lines soon after.


These explode in sequence, so just note the marker counts on each and hug a mine with three dots above it. This will explode last. Assuming the middle row is always set to blow first, just move to hug those bombs once they explode, and you'll avoid the lot.

Cloning Node - Eureka Orthos floor 20 boss strat

Cloning Node can be a little tricky and quite unforgiving. It pulls the non-tubed Cloned Shield Dragons surrounding the arena onto the battlefield early on and will periodically channel sets of them to unleash conal Flame Breath attacks across the map.

These come in a few different patterns, denoted by the tethers between the boss and the soon-to-be-active clones along the edge.

Sometimes the boss will only tether to a select few. You can avoid these easily enough by parking yourself between two tethered ones, or by hugging one that isn't. It's all about mentally working out where the cones and line AOEs might intersect.

Things get hairy whenever the boss decides to tether to more clones than not. You'll need to quickly work find a spot that isn't about to get pummeled by a dragon. The further away from a tethered dragon you go, the larger its conal strike.


(Video) FFXIV: Dealing with Dread Beasts in Eureka Orthos

The easiest way to do this is to look at which Cloned Shield Dragons aren't tethered. Hug a non-tethered one that's between two tethered ones and you should avoid things easily enough.

Just like the last boss, if you see Cloned Shield Dragons get tethered in sequence, hug one that's set to blow second that's adjacent to one set to blow first. Just move to the spot of the first as it resolves.

Tiamat Clone - Eureka Orthos floor 30 boss strat

We haven't reached this one ourselves just yet, but we're starting to hear all about it from the community.

Simply put, this one just uses three distinct skills you'll want to watch out for, which are very reminiscent of dragon-based boss battles.

  • Whei Morn
    • Summons a circular AOE that slowly chases its target. Don't let it touch you.
  • Dark Wrymtail
    • Strikes the front and rear of the boss in a linear fashion (move to either side)
  • Dark Wyrmwing


  • Strikes the left and right flank of the boss (move into the middle)

You basically just want to DPS this one down while keeping a close eye on the skill it casts. Stay in the middle if it casts WyrmWING, and move to the sides if it casts WyrmTAIL.

You may need to watch for allies if you're having to reposition for these while being chased by Whei Morn, so everyone needs to pay close attention.

The other major part of this is just how often Tiamat summons walls of floating dragon heads. At the start, they'll form behind the boss. Just look for an opening and line yourself up with it as they pass.

This sort of thing will repeat from different directions throughout the fight, but you'll need to pop sprint to avoid colliding with area attacks covering the arena while you dodge some of them. It's not too difficult it practice, but it will keep you on edge.

Twintania Clone - Eureka Orthos floor 40 boss strat

At it again long after its appearance as the final boss of the first raid tier back in A Realm Reborn, many of Twintania's skills a reused for this fight. And that's bad news.


  • Twisting Dive (divebombs)
    • Drops a line AOE as well as twisters. Just keep moving to avoid. Probably save Sprint for this.
  • Twister
    • Keep moving as the cast goes out. Tornardos will spawn and move along the arena. Touching one almost certainly spells death.

Keeping on your toes is a major factor with this fight. You can't use spells like Surecast to negate the pushback of a twister, and while hitting the wall won't kill you like it did in the old days, it will stack a powerful damage-over-time on you.

Servomechanical Chimera 14X - Eureka Orthos floor 50 boss strat

This one borrows a lot from the Chimera fight from Cutter's Cry. It uses Thunder and Ice attacks to force you to react in different ways. The order of the spell's wording denotes how you should react, but you can get the general idea by breaking them down to the following:

  • Thunder (donut/ranged AOE)
    • Go in.
  • Ice (melee AOE)
    • Go out.

In practice, the boss uses both in a single spell, but the order of them differs. See below:

(Video) Dread Beasts & Demiclones - My Eureka Orthos Overview & Thoughts

  • Song of Thunder and Ice
    • Go in, then out.


  • Song of Ice and Thunder
    • Go out, then in.

Servomechanical Chimera 14X also uses a bunch of other, similarly themed, skills. Then there's Cocophony, which releases the slow-moving ball toward the tethered player much like the Cutter's Cry Chimera. Just kite this away from the squad until it explodes on its own accord.

  • Thunderous Cold
    • Dashes to a target. Get in, then get out.
  • Cold Thunder
    • Dashes to a target. Get out, then get back in.
  • Leftbreathed Thunder
    • Casts thunder to the left of the boss. Move to the right.
  • Rightbreathed Thunder
    • Casts thunder to the right of the boss. Move to the left.

Servomechanical Minotaur 16 - Eureka Orthos floor 60 boss strat

According to the few that have managed to square off against this beast, there's only one major mechanic to watch for - Octuple Swipe.

This skill telegraphs eight strikes. But they don't resolve at the same time. Instead, the first four always strike up, down, left, then right. The final set either repeat the same pattern or reverse it for left, right, down, up.

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Proto-Kaliya - Eureka Orthos floor 80 boss strat

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Administrator - Eureka Orthos floor 90 boss strat

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Excalibur - Eureka Orthos floor 99 boss strat

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(Video) FFXIV - Eureka Orthos Floors 1-100 Guide

Eureka Orthos Dread Beasts - Effects, buffs, and how to kill

You'll randomly come across very threatening mobs on your journey through Eureka Orthos. It's recommended that you learn all about them simply so you can avoid them. But if you're up for taking on a risk with a high reward, there is a way. They're generally covered in a bright red aura, so watch out for that. And yes, they can appear on floor 1.

Dread Beasts hit hard and carry a real risk of a wipe. Each one offers a different buff if killed. Here's what we know so far:

  • Demi-Cochma
    • Can hit for around 27k per attack
    • Awards a strong defense buff
    • Can be killed by using a Protomander of Storms to reduce to 1 HP and attacking before it fights back.
  • Lamia Queen
  • Meracydian Clone
  • Dread Beast

We'll surely have a lot more to say on the FFXIV Eureka Orthos rewards soon. We'll be sure to line up tips regarding how to clear the floors, the best items to hold onto, and the boss strategies you'll need to save a run. Check back on launch, but check out how to get Manderville relic weapons while you're at it. A new step is coming with this patch.


What is the Eureka Orthos 100 reward? ›

It requires completing Eureka Orthos up to level 100 four different times. Each one will give you an Orthos Tomestone which you can trade with the Synthesis Node for one of four Enaretos accessories: Eneratos Earrings, Eneratos Necklace, Eneratos Bracelet, and Eneratos Ring.

Where to access Eureka Orthos? ›

Players may easily access the entrance to Eureka Orthos by speaking with Burnel in Revenant's Toll (X:21.8 Y:8.1) after unlocking the quest "Delve into Myth."

How do you get the Eureka Orthos weapon? ›

Once you've got Eureka Orthos unlocked and you've made it to floor 30, players can then do the side quest “Rage Extinguised” which will grant you an Othos Aetherpool Grip. That item can then be traded by the Synthesis Node in Mor Dhona at X: 34.9 Y: 19 for an Orthos Aetherpool Weapon of your choice.

Who is the first boss in Eureka Orthos? ›

Gancanagh - Eureka Orthos floor 10 boss strat

The first boss of Eureka Orthos, found on floor 10, it's too difficult. It spams the same three mechanics is a relatively predictable way. You'll notice nine more Gancanagh set evenly along the floor of the arena. They're essentially bombs the boss detonates throughout.

How do you get +2 Eureka armor? ›

All 3 versions are dyeable.
  1. Elemental Armor can be bought with Pyros Crystals acquired from Eureka Pyros.
  2. Elemental Armor +1 can be bought with Hydatos Crystals acquired from Eureka Hydatos.
  3. Elemental Armor +2 can be bought with Eureka Fragments acquired from The Baldesion Arsenal.
Feb 17, 2023

Do you lose exp for dying in Eureka? ›

Eureka 101

You'll lose EXP if you have to return to base after a death, which can de-level you. Unlike those Deep Dungeon crawls, however, your overall progress is permanent. Although you'll need to be at least level 70, the level of your character outside of Eureka is ignored here.

Can you take Blue Mage into Eureka? ›

Moreover, Blue Mages are not allowed to do things like PVP, Deep Dungeons, or access special areas like Eureka.

How do you farm Eureka armor? ›

The Elemental Armors exist in three versions: Elemental Armor.
Here are the requirements that you need to fulfill to be able to buy them:
  1. Finish Anemos and complete the Anemos Relic weapon at 100%
  2. Finish Pagos and complete the Pagos Relic weapon at 100%
  3. Finish Pyros.
  4. Unlock Hydatos.
  5. Reach 50 then 56 unique logos actions.
Nov 3, 2021

Do you need the relic weapon for Eureka? ›

Eurekan Weapons are the level 70 Relic Weapons for Stormblood. First released in patch 4.25, players do not need to complete any Zodiac Weapons or Anima Weapons to unlock the Eurekan Weapons.

How long does it take to get a Eureka relic weapon? ›

Eureka Relic Weapons are given to every player when they complete their entire Job questline up to the level 70 quest. If you're above level 70, you really should have these questlines done already, as they also give you a key Job ability.

How many floors are there in Eureka Orthos? ›

There are 100 floors in Eureka Orthos, but only floors 1-30 are accessible to matched parties. If you want to go higher than that you'll need to put together a fixed party in party finder or with friends. The good news is that story content ends at floor 30, anything after that is purely for the challenge and rewards.

Which Ascian is in Eureka? ›

Emmerololth is a character from Final Fantasy XIV. She is an Ascian introduced in patch 2.3 "Defenders of Eorzea", getting a major but unseen role in the Eureka arc.

Who is the hardest boss in Steelrising? ›

1 The Iron Queen

As the final boss of the game, it's no surprise that The Iron Queen is far and wide the hardest boss to defeat in Steelrising.

What happened to the first sheriff in Eureka? ›

William Cobb was the previous sheriff of Eureka. He handed his position over to Jack Carter after he lost his leg in a catastrophic accident involving a "Tachyon Accelerator".

What is the max level for Eureka Anemos? ›

Eureka Anemos:

Even if you hit the level cap for Anemos (level 20) before you have your weapon fully upgraded, that's okay.

How many Hydatos crystals for armor? ›

Weapon requires 350 crystals to fully complete. 50, 100, 100, 100, and 5 scales from the end dragon NM. Armor requires all 56 recipes completed and requires 190 crystals for all the pieces.

How many crystals are in the Eureka weapon? ›

Total: 650 (900) Pyros Crystals, 5 Penthesilea's Flames and 30 unique Logogram actions.

Can you do Eureka alone? ›

Since the introduction of the Echo to Eureka in patch 5.1, it became possible to much more easily level solo in Eureka than previously. Of course, Eureka itself is community-minded content, but feel free to use this information if you ever need to level solo.

How do you get mounts in Eureka? ›

The Eldthurs Mount can only be acquired from an Eldthurs Horn, which you can get from Gold Coffers in The Forbidden Land, Eureka Pyros. Gold Coffers are only found after completing two specific FATEs in the zone: “We're All Mad Here” and “Uncommon Nonsense”.

How many zones are in Eureka? ›

There are four zones in total, each with their own full-scale map. They're unlocked in a set order: Eureka Anemos, Eureka Pagos, Eureka Pyros, and lastly, Eureka Hydatos.

Why is Blue Mage a limited job? ›

It's given the “limited Job” moniker because it comes with several restrictions. You can't progress through the main story quests or queue into a Duty as you normally would, among other things. However, Blue Mage is given its own questline, instanced challenges, and Duty list to clear alongside other Blue Mages.

Can you use Phoenix Down in Eureka? ›

Currently, the only practical use for Phoenix Down is Deep Dungeon (Palace of the Dead/Heaven-on-high) and adventuring forays like Eureka/Bozja.

Is Blue Mage still limited? ›

Blue mage is known as a limited job. There are several key points that distinguish it from other jobs. Blue mage functions independently of other classes and jobs, starting at level 1 with a maximum level of 70. * It is not possible to change to blue mage after entering the instance.

How many Hydatos crystals do I need? ›

That means you'll need a total of 150 Hydatos Crystals to forge your swank, glowing armor!

How do you get Vermillion cloak? ›

To get the Vermillion Cloak, you need to trade in 3 Damascene Cloths, which only drop from the Baldesion Arsenal in Hydatos. You can still probably find one for less than a million and not set foot in Eureka, which is probably the best option.

Where is the secret relic sword? ›

You can find it either through a portal in the East Consecrated Snowfields or partway through the Elden Ring Varre questline.

How many Eureka fragments are in a baldesion arsenal? ›

Absolute Virtue
Cryptic SealOther1
Conditional VirtueMinion1
Obscure LogogramOther5
Eureka FragmentOther6
1 more row
Dec 15, 2022

Why don't I have the Sacred Relic Sword? ›

To get the Sacred Relic Sword in Elden Ring, players have to fight and beat the game's final bosses, Radagon of the Golden Order and the Elden Beast, two boss fights that occur back-to-back at the Erdtree in Leyndell after burning the thorns and gaining access to the arena within.

How many Eureka fragments do you get per run? ›

21 Eureka Fragments per each boots, gloves, headgear piece.

How do you unlock the Zenith relic weapon? ›

To upgrade Relic to Zenith you will need Thavnairian Mist, which can be purchased from Auriana in Revenant's Toll, Mor Dhona (x22,y6) for 150 Allagan Tomestone of Soldiery each. 450 Allagan Tomestones of Soldiery are needed to get 3 Mists. Use the Thavnairian Mist at the furnace at Gerolt's in North Shroud (X 30,Y 20).

How do you get a level 50 relic weapon? ›

The first step toward obtaining your relic weapon is to complete all of your class and job quests. You should have at least one quest every five class and job levels, with possibly two quests at level 50. You also need to have the initial main scenario quests complete, and gain access to the Amdapor Keep dungeon.

Where is Eureka Anemos? ›

Eureka can be accessed by talking to Rodney in Kugane ( X: 8.5 Y: 14.2) after completing the quest "And We Shall Call It Eureka". This quest is given by Galiena in Rhalgr's Reach (X: 9.7 Y: 12.5) and will take you to Kugane.

How do I get a bo blueprint? ›

The Bo's blueprint can be purchased from the Market.

Can you teleport out of Telos? ›

Although the player may teleport out of the arena following Telos' defeat, the player must claim their loot or continue the challenge in order to do so; attempting to do so beforehand will prompt the Trove of Telos interface to appear.

How do you get the Gorgon in Warframe? ›

The Gorgon's blueprint can be dropped by Heavy Gunners, Arid Heavy Gunners, Grineer Wardens, and Gokstad Officers. All drop rates data is obtained from DE's official drop tables.

Who is the strongest Ascian? ›

The unsundered—Lahabrea, Emet-Selch, and Elidibus—are the most powerful Ascians with the power to recruit others into their group. Under them are the Ascian overlords, whose souls belonged to the remaining sundered members of the Convocation of Fourteen (the ruling body of ancient Etheirys that summoned Zodiark).

Is the hero of light an Ascian? ›

The one you give to him, since the Warrior of Light isn't the "Ascian" that was originally the owner of our soul, only his heir. So, if we go with Greek Names, and see the big three Ascians as the big three Hades/Zeus/Poseidon, it would be interesting who is who.

Is Hermes an Ascian? ›

Fandaniel, also known as Hermes and Amon, is a character in Final Fantasy XIV. He is introduced in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers as a rogue Ascian allied with Zenos Galvus, and the secondary antagonist in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker.

Is Malenia still the hardest boss? ›

Malenia is without a doubt the hardest boss in Elden Ring, so how does she fare when pitted against every other major boss in the game? The answer: Very well.

Is Killa the hardest boss? ›

Unfortunately, killing Killa is a serious task for any player, regardless of their experience in Escape From Tarkov. He's one of the toughest bosses for the sole reason that he's so dramatically unpredictable, and it's almost impossible to know where he'll appear next.

Is Maliketh the strongest boss? ›

Maliketh, the Black Blade is one of the hardest mandatory bosses in Elden Ring. He's quick, he's strong and he's aggressive. He's one of the hardest bosses in Elden Ring but whether you're level 1 or 300, this boss guide will have you making short work of Maliketh.

Is Grace a spy on Eureka? ›

She was revealed to be a spy in the alternate timeline, working in tandem with Henry Deacon, and an anonymous tip from Beverly Barlowe released her from government custody.

Why did Tess leave Eureka? ›

She was later revealed to be a hallucination that only Allison could see, similar to ones experienced by Jack, Fargo, Jo, and Grant. Tess is stated to have left a post at S.E.T.I. for her position at Global Dynamics. Before this she had been doing work at Area 51 (“It's Not Easy Being Green").

Why was Holly killed in Eureka? ›

She proceeded to tell the Jack NPC, who then replied, "Oh I wish you hadn't said that." (Jack Carter, Season 5 Episode 2 of Eureka). At that point, Senator Wen (revealed to be the traitor) unplugs Holly's mind from the constructed virtual Eureka, murdering her.

How do you get Eureka glowing armor? ›

Here are the requirements that you need to fulfill to be able to buy them:
  1. Finish Anemos and complete the Anemos Relic weapon at 100%
  2. Finish Pagos and complete the Pagos Relic weapon at 100%
  3. Finish Pyros.
  4. Unlock Hydatos.
  5. Reach 50 then 56 unique logos actions.
Nov 3, 2021

What's the max level in Eureka? ›

The Forbidden Land, Eureka Hydatos is a level 70 adventuring foray introduced in patch 4.55 with Stormblood. It is the final area in The Forbidden Land, Eureka.

How many total hydatos crystals needed? ›

Weapon requires 350 crystals to fully complete. 50, 100, 100, 100, and 5 scales from the end dragon NM. Armor requires all 56 recipes completed and requires 190 crystals for all the pieces.

Do you need a Eureka weapon to get the armor? ›

In order to first obtain the Elemental Armor, you'll need to make it to Pyros, have your Pagos weapon and unlock 50 logogram actions (there's recipes online to help make this process easier).

How do you get glowing warlock armor? ›

How to Unlock Glow on Solstice Armor. In order to make the new Candescent set of armor from the Solstice event glow, Destiny 2 players will need to complete all the Solstice-related Triumphs in the event card, as each of them awards 1 Kindling.

How many Crystals are in the Eureka weapon? ›

Total: 650 (900) Pyros Crystals, 5 Penthesilea's Flames and 30 unique Logogram actions.

How do you farm Protean crystals? ›

Protean Crystals can be obtained by trading Anemos crystals to Gerolt, or chain farming monsters in Anemos. Pazuz feathers are obtained by the Pazuzu NM monster.

Can Eureka be done solo? ›

Fixed Party (Solo): You can try to beat all 100 floors of Eureka Orthos solo — there's even a fancy title for doing so without dying.

Can Blue Mage go to Eureka? ›

Introduction to Blue Magic.

and raids. Rather, they must use the Party Finder and make a group manually. Moreover, Blue Mages are not allowed to do things like PVP, Deep Dungeons, or access special areas like Eureka.

How to level Eureka solo? ›

Always focus on enemies 1-2 levels above you and kill them until you level up, then move along to the next level up of enemies. Try to always reach chain 30 before stopping, as that will give you maximum experience gain.


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