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FFXIV Bozja Explained: Tips & Tricks Guide to Get Started

The newest large scale battle content in Final Fantasy XIV, The Bozja Southern Front, has gone live. This new content shares a few similarities to Eureka from Stormblood in that they take place in large instanced areas but differs in many more ways. In this guide, we’re going to break down a few key tips and tricks for getting your Bozja experience up and running smoothly.

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Getting Started – The Basics

FFXIV Bozja Guide Tips & Tricks

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First things first, you need to have Bozja unlocked, obviously. You’ll need Shadowbringers completed and also Return to Ivalice from the Stormblood expansion completed as well to begin your foray into Bozja. Check out our guide here for steps on how to catch up if you’re behind.

As we mentioned above, Bozja shares some similarities to Eureka, but it’s very different in feel and purpose. Boiled down, aside from hopefully being fun, Bozja serves two pragmatic purposes for players.

First, it is a place where you can earn EXP aside from Dungeons. This event can be seen as the replacement for activities such as Palace of the Dead and Heaven on High.

Anyone level 71 and over can participate. Your gear will be synced to level 80 regardless of your level, and you’ll get EXP for the job in addition to other stuff we’ll go over below up until you hit level 80.

Second, it’s where you can obtain your relic weapon, new armor, and get cosmetics. The relic is a powerful weapon that you can upgrade to be nearly just as, if not more powerful, than anything you would get from the raids without needing a hardcore group to get it. It also will glow and look super cool, so there’s that.

Let’s dive into some of the basic mechanics of how Bozja works.


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