The Grand Cosmos is a dungeon in Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers, released in patch 5.1, Vows of Virtue, Deeds of Cruelty.

Story[edit | edit source]

Long ago, on the far shore of the Source, a great palace was built by the elves─the Grand Cosmos, an edifice of such magnitude it was said to inspire envy in both the heavens for which it was named and the flowers that pervade its boundless gardens. As with so many wonders of the world that once was, its radiance quickly faded in the wake of the Flood, its halls falling silent, the throne sitting empty. That is, until the palace was given new purpose when a mage claimed it as their sanctuary, their only company being solace, solitude, and the legion of familiars barring entrance to any foolish enough to seek an audience.

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Objectives[edit | edit source]

  • Arrive at the Martial Court
  • Clear the Martial Court
  • Arrive at the Font of Quintessence
  • Clear the Font of Quintessence
  • Arrive at the Chamber of Celestial Song
  • Defeat Lugus

Progression[edit | edit source]

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Enemies[edit | edit source]

  • Over Armor
  • Agilulfo
  • Over Weapon
  • Seeker of Solitude
  • Bellporxie
  • Cosmos Echo
  • Cosmos Witchweed
  • Cosmos Ya-te-veo
  • Cosmos Snapweed
  • Paraporxie
  • Leannan Sith
    • Lover's Ring
  • Draco Statue
  • Ser Grymme
  • Ser Javyth
  • Ser Mothbert
  • Ser Intheran
  • Ser Hamonth
  • Ser Phinibert
  • Lord Tolthewil
  • Insatiable Flame: Lugus

Treasure[edit | edit source]

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Musical themes[edit | edit source]

"The Grand Cosmos", an arrangement of the main Lakeland theme "The Source", plays at all times in The Grand Cosmos except during boss battles.

Prior to Patch 5.2, "To the Fore" played while fighting the Seeker of Solitude and the Leannan Sith. As of Patch 5.2, an arrangement of "Insatiable" from Dissidia Final Fantasy NT plays during these fights, while the original version of "Insatiable" plays during the battle with Lugus.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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