Profile[edit | edit source]
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Yayake is a Dunesfolk Lalafell wearing a black robe and a monocle. She has grey hair.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Yayake is polite and friendly.
Story[edit | edit source]
Final Fantasy XIV legacy[edit | edit source]
Yayake meets the adventurer at the Thaumaturgers' Guild and tells him about its teachings. When the adventurer asks about necromancy, Yayake says that this is nonsense and that what was given to Thal cannot be brought back. Guildmaster Mumuepo appears on the scene and guesses that it was F'lhaminn who asked the adventurer to ask about the dark arts and says that just mentioning it is already taboo.
When the adventurer joins the Thaumaturges' Guild, Yayake teaches about two of the basic pillars of the Order of Nald'thal—virtue and wealth. Virtue accrued in this life determines one's place in the realm of Thal after death. And to win virtue, one must amass and leave behind as much wealth as they are capable. After the explanation, Yayake introduces the adventurer to his first master in the Arrzaneth Ossuary, the Prelate I'llofii.
Yakake commissions the adventurer to travel to Limsa Lominsa to sell tombs from the Ossuary to the citizens there. The adventurer returns without being able to sell a single tomb and reports about his vision that shows another novice thamauturge selling items from looted tombs. Because he has no proof of the accusation, Yakake scolds the adventurer for not being able to sell and asks him to learn from the aforementioned novice thamaturge who has just returned from Ishgard.
Later Yayake asks the adventurer to help I'llofii investigate an accident that claimed the lives of patrons of the Ossuary.
As the guild receptionist, Yayake is the one players must speak to join the Thaumaturge Guild at the Arrzaneth Ossuary. Once all thaumaturge class quests are completed, Yayake will provide information on where to find the Black Mage soul crystal.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Starting with version 3.0, Yayake is available to play Triple Triad. Players may win a rare Aymeric de Borel by winning a match.