Y'shtola's Modish Attire, also known as the Scion Healer's Robe after one of its components, is the name given for Y'shtola Rhul's attire that she wears beginning in Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward, and has since become a recurring alternate costume in various spin-offs that she's featured in.
- 1 Profile
- 2 Appearances
- 3 Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Etymology
Profile[edit | edit source]
The Scion Healer's Robe is a long-sleeved white top with side and back extensions with black shorts, thigh-high boots, and a bolero shrug over Y'shtola's shoulders.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
The attire was made by Tataru Taru and provided to Y'shtola following her revival from the Lifestream. In addition to her new clothes, she begins wields the Truth Seeker staff as her new primary weapon. She replaces the outfit when she ventures to the First, though players can unlock it as an alternate outfit for her Trust by leveling her to level 80.
Players can purchase the attire on the Mog Station. It is composed of three pieces, the Scion Healer's Robe, Halftights, and Highboots. They can be equipped only by female characters of any class. Being level 1 with no attributes, they are suited only for glamours.
The Scion Healer's Robe is available as one of Y'shtola's alternate costumes, and is her main attire in the storyline.
Y'shtola in her Scion Healer's Robe appears as a playable character, called Y'shtola #2 to distinguish herself from original form, and was available to players if they collected 200 play points from January 1st, 2018 to January 31st, 2018.
Her Limit, Spiritual Ray, deals damage to boss-type enemies in direct proportion to Magic.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances[edit | edit source]
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Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
"Scion" is an uncommon English word that means "descendant or heir to a family" and "guardian."
healer is someone who purports to aid recovery from ill health and uses alternative medicine, any practice that is put forward as having the healing effects of medicine but is not based on evidence gathered using the scientific method.A