Final Fantasy XIV: How to Get & Use Bicolor Gemstones?

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Time: 2022-07-15 13:28:23
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Final Fantasy XIV: How to Get & Use Bicolor Gemstones?


Final Fantasy XIV has several currencies you need to keep track of, from FFXIV Gil to Tomestones. Bicolor Gemstones are one of the newer currencies added to the game, which you'll want to be on the lookout for. This guide will detail how to get Bicolor Gemstones and what you can do with them in Final Fantasy XIV.

What are Bicolor Gemstones in Final Fantasy XIV?

Bicolor gemstones are a rare item that can be found in Final Fantasy XIV. They are used for crafting armor and weapons, but they also have other uses, like making potions.

How to Get Bicolor Gemstones in Final Fantasy XIV?

The only way you'll be able to obtain Bicolor Gemstones is by exploring these expansion's exclusive locations, specifically these region's FATE quests. Every time you complete a FATE, you'll receive Bicolor Gemstones.

Bicolor Gemstones can be obtained as a reward from FATEs in the following areas:

    • Norvrandt
    • Ilsabard
    • The Northern Empty
    • The Sea of Stars
    • The World Unsundered

FATE Training is where you get a party together and run from FATE to FATE in an area completing everything you can without stopping. This is relatively easy to do, especially if you can get a large enough party together; with a big enough party, it should take the time to clear FATEs down to just a few minutes.

If you don't want to bother with forming a whole party, you can go about FATE Training alone, and it will just be a bit slower. If you choose this method, you will want to pick your class. Accordingly, the best class to do it with would be any DPS, as that will allow you to clear the FATE as fast as possible, but you will have to worry about dying.

You can also summon your Chocobo to help keep you alive while you clear FATEs by either making it tank for you or being a healer to keep you alive. Also, eating the best food possible will help improve your stats and clear FATEs a bit easier.

How to Check your Bicolor Gemstones in Final Fantasy XIV?

You can check your progress by opening the Share FATE menu under the Travel option. There, you'll find a Shared FATE sub-menu. This is also where you can check the number of bicolor gemstones you're currently holding.

You can only hold 1,000 Bicolor Gemstones at a time.

How to Spend Bicolor Gemstones in Final Fantasy XIV?


Trade Bicolor Gemstones


When you have enough Bicolor Gemstones, the next step you need to take is to return to any respective city in your region and speak with a Gemstone Vendor. Any Gemstone Vendor you talk with will exchange the Bicolor Crystals you receive for various items from crafting materials to minions to Chocobo bardings.

Here's a list of all of these vendor NPCs and their locations:

    • Siulmet – Lakeland (X:35.5, Y:20.6)
    • Halden – Amh Araeng (X:10.6, 17.1)
    • Zumutt – Kholusia (X:11.8, Y:8.9)
    • Sul Lad – Il Mheg (X:16.0, Y:31.0)
    • Nacille – The Rak'tika Greatwood (X:28.0, Y:18.0)
    • Goushs Ooan – The Tempest (X:33.0, Y:18.0)
    • Gramsol – The Crystarium (X:11.0, Y:14.0)
    • Pedronille – Eulmore (X:11.0, Y:12.0)
    • Faezbroes – Labyrinthos (X:29.9, Y:12.9)
    • Mahveydah – Thavnair (X:25.8, Y:34.6)
    • Zawawa – Garlemald (X:12.9, Y:30.0)
    • Tradingway – Mare Lamentorum (X:21.8, Y:12.2)
    • Aisara – Elpis (X:24.4, Y:23.4)
    • N-1499 – Ultima Thule (X:30.8, Y:28.0)
    • Gadfrid – Old Sharlayan (X:12.7, Y:10.4)
    • Sajareen – Radz-at-Han (X:11.1, Y:10.2)

That's all you need to know about how to get and use Bicolor Gemstones in FFXIV Endwalker. Be sure to search the news page of for more guides, tips, and information on the game.