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The Second Coil of Bahamut - Turn 1, also known in-game as Dalamud's Shadow and as Turn 6 or T6 among players, is a raid turn in Final Fantasy XIV, and the first turn of the Second Coil of Bahamut. In this turn, players face off against Rafflesia.

StoryEdit

Your foray into the caverns beneath Castrum Occidens has led you to an unexpected revelation: the incomplete form of Bahamut, harbinger of the Calamity, slumbers deep within earth. Though seemingly a prisoner, the elder primal is gradually being regenerated by the massive, Ragnarok-class internment hulks that surround the unmoving entity. Alisaie reasons that if Bahamut's full restoration is to be prevented, then all three coils sustaining and repairing the dreadful being must be deactivated. Filled with new determination, you assemble a group of courageous comrades and set your sights on the fragment of Dalamud found in the North Shroud.

ObjectivesEdit

  • Destroy the dark matter cluster: 0/2
  • Defeat the rafflesia: 0/1

ProgressionEdit

Dalamud's ShadowEdit

Scar's EdgeEdit


Scar's Edge (Savage)Edit


EnemiesEdit

  • Dark Matter Cluster
    • Lunar Golem
    • Dark Matter Roselet
  • Rafflesia
    • Dark Matter Hornet

LootEdit

NameTypeiLvDescription
EquipPatch
MaterialsCrafting
High Allagan Circlet of FendingHead110

Defense: 116
Magic Defense: 116
Strength: 24
Vitality: 28
Direct Hit Rate: 25
Skill Speed: 18

GLA MRD PLD WAR DRK 502.2
High Allagan Headgear of StrikingHead110

Defense: 65
Magic Defense: 65
Strength: 24
Dexterity: 24
Vitality: 28
Direct Hit Rate: 18
Determination: 18

PGL ROG MNK NIN SAM 502.2
High Allagan Gauntlets of MaimingHands110

Defense: 82
Magic Defense: 65
Strength: 24
Vitality: 28
Direct Hit Rate: 25
Critical Hit: 18

LNC DRG 502.2
High Allagan Belt of StrikingWaist110

Defense: 56
Magic Defense: 56
Strength: 18
Dexterity: 18
Vitality: 21
Direct Hit Rate: 19
Critical Hit: 13

PGL ROG MNK NIN SAM 502.2
High Allagan Thighboots of HealingFeet110

Defense: 48
Magic Defense: 82
Vitality: 25
Mind: 24
Piety: 13
Direct Hit Rate: 5
Determination: 18

CNJ WHM SCH AST 502.2
High Allagan Earrings of AimingEarrings110

Defense: 1
Magic Defense: 1
Dexterity: 18
Direct Hit Rate: 13
Skill Speed: 19

All Classes 502.2
High Allagan Earrings of HealingEarrings110

Defense: 1
Magic Defense: 1
Mind: 18
Piety: 14
Direct Hit Rate: 4
Critical Hit: 13

All Classes 502.2
High Allagan Choker of CastingNecklace110

Defense: 1
Magic Defense: 1
Intelligence: 18
Direct Hit Rate: 19
Spell Speed: 13

All Classes 502.2
High Allagan Gloves of HealingHands110

Defense: 48
Magic Defense: 82
Vitality: 25
Mind: 24
Piety: 19
Direct Hit Rate: 5
Spell Speed: 18

CNJ WHM SCH AST 502.2
High Allagan Belt of AimingWaist110

Defense: 56
Magic Defense: 56
Dexterity: 18
Vitality: 21
Critical Hit: 13
Skill Speed: 19

ARC BRD MCH 502.2
High Allagan Sabatons of FendingFeet110

Defense: 116
Magic Defense: 116
Strength: 24
Vitality: 28
Tenacity: 18
Direct Hit Rate: 25

GLA MRD PLD WAR DRK 502.2
High Allagan Boots of AimingFeet110

Defense: 65
Magic Defense: 65
Dexterity: 24
Vitality: 28
Direct Hit Rate: 25
Determination: 12

ARC BRD MCH 502.2
High Allagan Boots of CastingFeet110

Defense: 48
Magic Defense: 82
Vitality: 25
Intelligence: 24
Direct Hit Rate: 25
Critical Hit: 18

THM ACN BLM SMN RDM 502.2
High Allagan Earrings of SlayingEarrings110

Defense: 1
Magic Defense: 1
Strength: 18
Direct Hit Rate: 19
Determination: 9

All Classes 502.2
High Allagan Bracelets of FendingBracelets110

Defense: 1
Magic Defense: 1
Vitality: 21
Tenacity: 19
Direct Hit Rate: 13

All Classes 502.2
High Allagan Ring of CastingRing110

Defense: 1
Magic Defense: 1
Intelligence: 18
Direct Hit Rate: 19
Spell Speed: 13

All Classes 502.2
High Allagan Aetherstone - HeadgearPart180An Allagan device that, when affixed to gear, greatly augments the gear's strength.
13.2
High Allagan Aetherstone - Foot GearPart180An Allagan device that, when affixed to gear, greatly augments the gear's strength.
13.2
Oil of TimeOther100Born of Allagan ingenuity, this peculiar oil is said to possess the power to turn back time.
12.2
Unidentified Allagan TomestoneOther100Though they appear to be naught more than simple stones, Garlond Ironworks engineers insist they contain reams of invaluable information gathered by the lost Allagan Empire.
12.2

QuestsEdit

Another Turn In The Coil

TypeChronicles Of A New Era - Bahamut
RequiresAlisaie's Pledge
UnlocksAlisaie's Resolve
RewardsFFXIV Gil Icon 2064
Start NPCUrianger
End NPCAnaelle
Patch2.2

Journal

  • Urianger would have you delve deeper into the mysteries surrounding the elder primal Bahamut.
  • After sharing their findings with the Sons of Saint Coinach, Urianger and Alisaie have come to a conclusion: that the elder primal Bahamut can be banished into the aether if the colossal devices which hold him captive are deactivated. According to their information, the path to the second mechanism can be found in the North Shroud, where a gigantic fragment of Dalamud impales the ground. Make your way to Fallgourd Float and speak with Alisaie's assistant, Lieutenant Anaelle, to learn what dangers lie ahead.
  • Lieutenant Anaelle briefs you on the preliminary investigation made into the fragment, then requests that you speak with a colleague stationed nearer to the massive structure. Find the sharp-eyed private in Alder Springs, and listen to his more detailed report.
  • According to the private, the lack of an imperial presence meant that he and his colleagues were obliged to carve an approach to the fragment themselves. Though the ground itself is now passable, the scout warns you that much peril yet lies in wait. Hurry back to Lieutenant Anaelle, and rendezvous with Alisaie as planned.
  • You return to the serpent lieutenant's post, but it is Alphinaud, and not Alisaie, who meets you there. Your fellow Scion asks that you watch over his sister, and help her find her true purpose. Wasting little time, he then takes his leave, keen that Alisaie should not learn of his visit. Prepare and provision yourself well, and begin your exploration of the Second Coil of Bahamut. ※The Second Coil of Bahamut can be accessed via the Duty Finder.

Objectives

  • Speak with Anaelle at Fallgourd Float.
  • Speak with the sharp-eyed serpent private.
  • Speak with Anaelle.

Sing Me Another Song

TypeSide Story Quests
RequiresThe Ultimate Ballad
RewardsFFXIV Gil Icon 405
Start NPCAlys
End NPCWandering Minstrel
Patch2.3

Journal

  • In a place such as Revenant's Toll, information must flow along with wine. Why not linger downstream of Alys for a spell?
  • Even after moons of pensive strumming, the wandering minstrel still refuses to budge from his spot in the Seventh Heaven, ever bent on collecting the makings of a new epic. Heed Alys's counsel and speak with this gilder of lilies, for the commonfolk are in sore need of even a fool's gold.
  • You recount to the bard your foray into the lightless depths of Dalamud's Shadow, and are amazed to see the leaden horror of those hours transmuted to gold by the minstrel's gifts. The power of poetry is such that you can now relive the experience, should you so choose. ※The Second Coil of Bahamut (Savage) may be accessed via the Duty Finder.

Objectives

  • Speak with the wandering minstrel.

AchievementsEdit

NameTypeTitleDescriptionPatch
A Flower By Any Other NameBattle: RaidsRafflesia ReaperDefeat the rafflesia within the first turn of the Second Coil of Bahamut (Savage).2.3

EtymologyEdit

The Rafflesia is a genus of parasitic flowering plants found in southeastern Asia, on Indonesia, Malay Peninsula, Borneo, Sumatra, Thailand and the Philippines. Rafflesia was found in the Indonesian rain forest by an Indonesian guide working for Dr. Joseph Arnold in 1818, and named after Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, the leader of the expedition.

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