They're relics from the Allagan Empire, a civilization what thrived durin' the Third Astral Era. That's around five thousand years ago, in case you're wonderin'. Despite their tiny size, each one's said to contain a library's worth o' knowledge o' the past. They've gained some amount of popularity among the rich eccentrics o' the realm, who buy the tomestones from me by the bagful. An' for my part, I source them from adventurers like yourself. The Allagan Empire once spanned all Eorzea, so there's no shortage o' places where tomestones might be found. Bring me whatever you come upon durin' your escapades, an' I'll strike you a deal.Rowena
Allagan Tomestones (アラガントームストーン, Aragantōmusutōn?) are a special currency and item in Final Fantasy XIV. They are solid-state data archives used by the Allagan Empire, a civilization that thrived during the Third Astral Era, and as such are considered very valuable. The player can exchange tomestones they obtain for high level equipment by talking to merchants in Revenant's Toll, Idyllshire, Rhalgr's Reach, and Eulmore.
Types of Allagan TomestoneEdit
Allagan Tomestone currencies are capped at 2000 each. They are awarded for completing various high level activities. Allagan Tomestones of Poetics are available to the player at any level (assuming they are capable of unlocking and clearing the content that awards them), however tomestones designed for classes at the level cap can only be obtained if the player has at least one class or job at said cap, with any reward involving them adjusted to award experience or Poetics at lower levels. As higher tiers of tomestones are introduced, lower tiers (excluding Poetics) are deprecated, and have to be converted to either the next tier up or Poetics, depending on the tier. If the player still has tomestones of a tier that are being removed, they will be rendered forfeit.
|Philosophy||Available from the launch of A Realm Reborn, these were used to purchase Darklight equipment (Item level 70). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 2.2, and removed entirely in patch 2.4. Darklight equipment can now be obtained from dungeons that were added in patch 2.2.|
|Mythology||Available from the launch of A Realm Reborn, these were used to purchase vintage gear (Item level 90), higher item level variants of Artifact Equipment. This currency was made unobtainable in patch 2.4, and removed entirely in patch 3.0. A full set of Vintage gear can now be obtained from the quest that would normally give you the chestpiece of your Artifact equipment, but it can be re-obtained by trading the antique equipment-tems found in dungeons that were added in patch 2.4.|
|Soldiery||Introduced in patch 2.2, these were used to purchase Weathered Masterworks equipment (Item level 100, upgradable to unweathered Masterworks, item level 110). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 3.0, and removed entirely in patch 3.2. Weathered Masterworks armor can now be obtained from Hunts, and the tokens used to purchase the weapons can now be bought with Allagan Tomestones of Poetics.|
|Poetics||Introduced in patch 2.4, these are used to purchase Ironworks equipment (Item level 120, upgradable to Augmented Ironworks equipment, item level 130).
Allagan Tomestones of Poetics are the only tomestones that are not deprecated over time. In patch 4.0, Poetics replaced all remaining Heavensward tomestones, as well as Stormblood ones in 5.0.
|Law||Introduced in patch 3.0, these were used to purchase Yasha equipment (Item level 170, upgradable to Asuran equipment, item level 180). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 3.2, and removed entirely in patch 3.4. Yasha equipment can now be purchased with Centurio Seals at the Forgotten Knight tavern in Ishgard.|
|Esoterics||Introduced in patch 3.05, these were used to purchase Antiquated Artifact Gear (Item level 200, upgradable to Artifact Gear, item level 210). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 3.4, and removed entirely in patch 4.0. Artifact Gear can now be purchased with Centurio Seals at the Forgotten Knight tavern in Ishgard, and is obtained automatically at the end of a job's questline from level 50 to level 60.|
|Lore||Introduced in patch 3.2, these were used to purchase Eikonic Gear (Item level 230, upgradable to Augmented Eikonic Gear, item level 240). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 4.0, and was removed entirely in patch 4.2. Eikonic Gear can now be bought with Allagan Tomestones of Poetics.|
|Scripture||Introduced in patch 3.4, these were used to purchase Shire Gear (Item level 260, upgradable to Augmented Shire Gear, item level 270). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 4.0, and was removed entirely in patch 4.2. Shire Gear can now be bought with Allagan Tomestones of Poetics.|
|Verity||Introduced in patch 4.0, these were used to purchase Ala Mighan gear (Item level 310). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 4.2, and removed entirely in patch 4.4. Ala Mhigan Gear can now be bought with Centurio Seals at Rhalgr's Reach or Kugane.|
|Creation||Introduced in patch 4.05, these were used to purchase Lost Allagan Gear (Item level 330, upgradable to Augmented Lost Allagan Gear, item level 340). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 4.4, and removed entirely in patch 5.0. Lost Allagan Gear can now be bought with Centurio Seals at Rhalgr's Reach or Kugane.|
|Mendacity||Introduced in patch 4.2, these were used to purchase Ryumyaku Gear (Item level 360, upgradable to Dai-ryumyaku, item level 370). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 5.0, and removed entirely in patch 5.2. Ryumyaku Gear can now be bought with Allagan Tomestones of Poetics.|
|Genesis||Introduced in patch 4.4, these were used to purchase Scaevan Gear (Item level 390, upgradable to Augmented Scaevan Gear, item level 400). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 5.0, and removed entirely in patch 5.2. Scaevan Gear can now be bought with Allagan Tomestones of Poetics.|
|Goetia||Introduced in patch 5.0, these were used to purchase Ronkan gear (Item level 440). This currency was made unobtainable in patch 5.2; any still in the player's possession can be converted into Allagan Tomestones of Phantasmagoria by talking to Auriana in Revenant's Toll. Ronkan Gear can now be bought with Bags of Nuts at the Crystarium or Eulmore.|
|Phantasmagoria||Introduced in patch 5.05, these are used to purchase Deepshadow gear (Item level 460, upgradable to Augmented Deepshadow Gear, item level 470).|
|Allegory||Allagan Tomestone of Allegory.||Introduced in patch 5.2, these are used to purchase Crystarium gear (Item level 490, upgradable to Augmented Crystarium Gear, item level 500).|
|Unidentified Allagan Tomestone||Obtainable in the Second Coil of Bahamut and Syrcus Tower, can be traded for the Gerolt Masterworks weapons.|
|Encrypted Tomestone||Can be traded for Ironworks Magitek weapons. Found in the Final Coil of Bahamut, and one can be obtained per week for completing all three parts of the Crystal Tower raid.|
|Allagan Tomestone of Theology||A key item obtained in the quest "A Fiendish Likeness" used to unlock Containment Bay S1T7 (Extreme).|
|High-Capacity Tomestone||Purchased with items dropped from Alexander: Midas, can be traded for Eikonic weapons.|
|Allagan Tomestone of Divinity||A key item obtained in the quest "A Deific Simulacrum" used to unlock Containment Bay P1T6 (Extreme).|
|Micro Tomestone||Purchased with items dropped from Alexander: Creator, can be traded for Shire weapons.|
|Allagan Tomestone of Eikonology||A key item obtained in the quest "A Demonic Duplicate" used to unlock Containment Bay Z1T9 (Extreme).|
|Early Model Tomestone||Purchased with items dropped from Deltascape, can be traded for Lost Allagan weapons.|
|Prototype Tomestone||Purchased with items dropped from Sigmascape, can be traded for Ryumyaku weapons.|
|Military-grade Tomestone||Purchased with items dropped from Alphascape, can be traded for Scaevan weapons.|
|Lightweight Tomestone||Purchased with items dropped from Eden's Gate, can be traded for Deepshadow weapons.|
|Perdurable Tomestone||Perdurable Tomestone.||Purchased with items dropped from Eden's Verse, can be traded for Crystarium weapons.|
Introduced in the lead up to Shadowbringers, Irregular Tomestones are tokens used in Moogle Treasure Trove events. Containing data that is considered just too strange to be worth anything to normal collectors (in addition to the fact that they are types of tomestone that are so old to be considered worthless anyway), they are instead collected by the Itinerant Moogles located in Ul'dah, Limsa Lominsa and Gridania, in exchange for a random selection of items from older content, as well as one new item for exchaging 100 tomestones.
The player can purchase equipment and items with Allagan Tomestones at Rowena's House of Splendors merchants (labeled "Tomestone Exchange") in Revenant's Toll, Idyllshire, Rhalgr's Reach, or Eulmore.
A recording medium used in the ancient Allagan Empire of another world. Adventurers risk life and limb to collect these stones as a type of currency.Description
Allagan Tomestones are key items acquired in Adventurer from Another World collaboration quest with Final Fantasy XIV. They can be used at Y'jhimei's trading post after defeating the quest's boss to trade for new ultimate weapons for Final Fantasy XV.
The player can find three batches of 30 tomestones for a total of 90 per playthrough of the quest. The tomestones can also be obtained from the boss, Garuda, however, it only yields them one at a time, making collecting them from the keep the superior method. If the player wants all the weapons available at the trading post, they can amass more tomestones via Chapter Select to reset the quest progress while keeping their items (however, this basically acts as a New Game Plus).
Behind the scenesEdit
The Tomestone emote was introduced in patch 4.4 in which the player character shows a Poetics Tomestone and uses it as a mobile device. This emote can be obtained by registering the Final Fantasy XIV Companion app.
The Scrips is another type of currency with a similar role and limitations to the Allagan Tomestones, though these are actually focused on the crafter and gatherer disciplines.
Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers has a scene where the Warrior of Light sees some Tomestone mobile devices and feels disappointed, an allusion to the tiring duty of constantly farming Tomestones at the endgame.