Last Update: 11/26/2019

Control Scheme

Customizing Outfits  [NEW]  [Updated]

Trying on Gear  [NEW]  [Updated]

Using the Try On Feature  [NEW]  [Updated]

The Try On feature can be used with any gear equippable by your character. While the usual limitations relating to race or gender apply, your character's level will not limit the gear they can try on. Right-click on an item to open the subcommand menu and access the Try On feature.

The Try On feature can be used with any gear equippable by your character. While the usual limitations relating to race or gender apply, your character's level will not limit the gear they can try on. Select an item and press X (□ button on the PlayStation®4) to open the subcommand menu to access the Try On feature.

Dyeing Gear  [NEW]  [Updated]

Changing the Color of Equipment  [NEW]  [Updated]

You can use special dye items to change the color of your gear with the Dye action.

To unlock this feature, complete the level 15 quest Color Your World.

Items That Can and Cannot Be Dyed
An icon indicates whether an item can be dyed or not.

* This action will also be unlocked when using items that complete main scenario quests, such as Tales of Adventure: Heavensward.

See Changing the Appearance of Gear for further customization options.

Guide to Dyes  [NEW]  [Updated]

Dyes can be used to change the color of a variety of items.

A pot of dye can be used to change the color of one item. Before you start dyeing your equipment, make sure you have enough pots.

Dyes are available on the market board or from vendors, are earned as quest rewards, or can be made by level 30 or higher crafters.

Dyes can be used to change the color of a variety of items.

A pot of dye can be used to change the color of one item. Before you start dyeing your equipment, make sure you have enough pots.

Dyes are available on the market board or from vendors, are earned as quest rewards, or can be made by level 30 or higher crafters.

Applying Dyes  [NEW]  [Updated]

The Dye action is accessed from the Actions & Traits menu or by selecting Dye from an item's subcommands.

The Dye action is accessed from the Actions & Traits menu or by selecting Dye from an item's subcommands.

Trying Dyeing
Select Dye from the Actions & Traits menu.

This action is under the General tab.

If you want easier access to this action, it can also be set to a hotbar.

Select an item.

Choose the item you wish to dye.

Use the pulldown menu to access the desired item type.

You may also select gear or housing items that are in your inventory.

Select a dye.

Dyes are divided into categories according to color. Once you have chosen, select Dye.

* Change category with the round buttons and dye with the square buttons.
* A [x] icon will be displayed above any dyes not in your possession.

Finished!

This completes the dyeing process.

* The color used to dye an item is indicated with an icon.
* The name of the dye used will be displayed in the item's details.

Dyeing from an Item's Subcommands

Open your inventory or armoury chest, right-click an item to open its subcommands, and select Dye.

Open your inventory or armoury chest, highlight an item, press X (□ button on the PlayStation®4) to open its subcommands, and select Dye.

Removing Dye  [NEW]  [Updated]

A pot of terebinth removes the dye from a single item.

Terebinth is available from the market board or vendors.

Glamours  [NEW]  [Updated]

Changing the Appearance of Gear  [NEW]  [Updated]

Glamour prisms project the image of one item onto another with the Cast Glamour action.

To unlock this feature, complete the level 15 quest If I Had a Glamour.

Glamours are cast from Actions & Traits, an item's subcommands, or from the glamour dresser in inn rooms.

Once a Glamour is Cast
An icon indicates that a glamour has been cast on an item.

* You must be able to equip the gear whose appearance is being projected.

See Changing the Color of Equipment for further customization options.
See Trying on Equipment for further advice.

Glamour Prisms  [NEW]  [Updated]

A glamour prism projects the image of one item onto another. Make sure you have enough glamour prisms before you begin.

Glamour prisms are available on the market board, from Grand Company quartermasters, from vendors, as quest rewards, or when made by crafters who have learned the crafting recipe.

Glamour prism crafting recipes can be obtained from Goberin in western Thanalan (X:12.1 Y:15.0) or Tataroga in Mor Dhona (X:22.1 Y:6.7) after completing the sidequest Absolutely Glamourous.

A glamour prism projects the image of one item onto another. Make sure you have enough glamour prisms before you begin.

Glamour prisms are available on the market board, from Grand Company quartermasters, from vendors, as quest rewards, or when made by crafters who have learned the crafting recipe.

Glamour prism crafting recipes can be obtained from Goberin in western Thanalan (X:12.1 Y:15.0) or Tataroga in Mor Dhona (X:22.1 Y:6.7) after completing the sidequest Absolutely Glamourous.

Casting Glamours  [NEW]  [Updated]

To cast a glamour, use Cast Glamour from Actions & Traits or right-click an item to open its subcommands, then select Cast Glamour. Alternatively, you can access a glamour dresser in an inn room.

To cast a glamour, use Cast Glamour from Actions & Traits or highlight an item, press X (□ button on the PlayStation®4) to open its subcommands, then select Cast Glamour. Alternatively, you can access a glamour dresser in an inn room.

Try Casting a Glamour!
Select Cast Glamour from the Actions & Traits menu.

This action is under the General tab.

If you want easier access to this action, it can also be set to a hotbar.

Select the base item and glamour item.

First, choose the base item, then select the glamour you wish to cast from the list of available items.

* The list of available items only appears once you select the base item.

To select unequipped items:
Use the pulldown menu to access the desired item type.

Confirm your selections and select Cast.

A glamour prism is required each time you cast a glamour.

* Using a glamour binds the item to you.

Finished!

The glamour has now been cast.

* A cross icon indicates that a glamour has been cast.
* If you use a dyed item to cast a glamour, the cross icon will be displayed in that color.

Casting Glamours from an Item's Subcommands

You can also select Cast Glamour from an item's subcommands to start the process.

You can also select Cast Glamour from an item's subcommands to start the process.

Dispelling Glamours  [NEW]  [Updated]

A glamour dispeller removes the glamour from a single item.

Glamour dispellers are available from the market board or vendors.

Making an Item Invisible  [NEW]  [Updated]

Cast glamours with the emperor's new items to make an item invisible.

Separate emperor's new items exist for each type of clothing, accessory, and even pugilist's arms.

These invisible items can be obtained from Goberin in western Thanalan (X:12.1 Y:15.0) or Tataroga in Mor Dhona (X:22.1 Y:6.7) after completing the sidequest Absolutely Glamourous.

* Items available for purchase will vary depending on conditions met by the player.

Cast glamours with the emperor's new items to make an item invisible.

Separate emperor's new items exist for each type of clothing, accessory, and even pugilist's arms.

These invisible items can be obtained from Goberin in western Thanalan (X:12.1 Y:15.0) or Tataroga in Mor Dhona (X:22.1 Y:6.7) after completing the sidequest Absolutely Glamourous.

* Items available for purchase will vary depending on conditions met by the player.

Keeping Your Inventory Clear  [NEW]  [Updated]

Carrying around a lot of clothing items will leave you without much space in your armoury chest or inventory.

The armoire and glamour dresser can ease this problem. Certain items such as seasonal event costumes can be placed in the armoire, with no upper limit on the number of items that can be stored. For items that cannot be kept in the armoire, there is the glamour dresser.

Dyed items can be placed in glamour dressers. However, glamour prisms are required to place items in the glamour dresser, and there is a limit to the number that it can hold.

The armoire also has some limitations. Although glamour prisms are required to store items, in some cases, dyes will be removed from certain parts of the item, or removed entirely.

See
Glamour Prisms for more details on this feature.

Items That Can Be Stored in the Armoire  [NEW]  [Updated]

The armoire can store artifact armor, seasonal event costumes, achievement rewards, bonus items, and other specific items.

Storing items dyes, crests, and glamours may be removed. In addition, spiritbond will be reset to 0% and durability will be set to 100%.

If you want to keep dyes when storing items, or wish to use dyed items to cast glamours, the glamour dresser is a more suitable choice.

Glamour Dresser  [NEW]  [Updated]

The glamour dresser converts items into glamours that can then be applied to your gear.

One glamour prism is required for each item placed in the glamour dresser. These items can then be combined with other items and saved to glamour plates, which allows entire outfits to be applied as glamours simultaneously.

See the following section for further details.

Glamour Plates  [NEW]  [Updated]

Glamour plates allow you to save combinations of gear in your glamour dresser and armoire as ensembles. All of the glamours saved to a plate can be applied simultaneously to your current equipment. Glamour plates can be edited as many times as you like and give you the opportunity to experiment with all sorts of outfits.

Accessing the Glamour Dresser  [NEW]  [Updated]

You can find the glamour dresser in inn rooms in places such as Limsa Lominsa, Gridania, and Ul'dah.

* You must have unlocked the "Cast Glamour" action to access the glamour dresser.

Using the Glamour Dresser  [NEW]  [Updated]

Glamour dressers are a convenient way to store gear and allow you to apply an entire outfit at once using glamour plates. Glamour prisms are required to store items in the dresser.

The first step is to store an item in the glamour dresser.
Access the glamour dresser

With the item you wish to store and a glamour prism in your possession, access the glamour dresser.

Glamour prisms can be obtained via various methods, including the Grand Company Seal Exchange.

Select the item you wish to store

Choose the category from the dropdown menu, then the item you wish to place in the glamour dresser.

* Items cannot be placed in the glamour dresser if their durability is below 100%.
* Items converted to glamours will become bound to you.

Use a glamour prism to convert the item

When you are ready to convert the item, select "Yes."

* One glamour prism will be consumed per item.

Converting an item to a glamour will remove materia and most aetherial bonuses, spiritbond will be reset to 0%. Dyes will not be removed.

Finished!

The item has been converted into a glamour and is stored in the dresser.

* The converted item cannot be equipped as an item until it is removed from the glamour dresser.

See Changing Your Whole Outfit at Once for further details.

Changing Your Whole Outfit at Once  [NEW]  [Updated]

After converting items into glamours, your favorite ensembles can be saved as glamour plates. You can apply an entire glamour plate of items simultaneously.

Save your outfit to a glamour plate and apply the whole thing at once!
Access the glamour dresser.

Interact with the glamour dresser and select "Edit Glamour Plates."

Select the items you wish to include

Select a category (head, body, etc.) followed by a glamour stored in the dresser or an item stored in the armoire.

* Selecting an item will display it in the glamour plate character viewer.
* When selecting items, you can toggle between the glamour dresser and armoire with the button below the item selection window.

Remove Item
If you wish to remove an item from the glamour plate, right-click the icon and select "Remove Item Image from Plate."

Remove Item
If you wish to remove an item from the glamour plate, press X (□ button on the PlayStation®4) the icon and select "Remove Item Image from Plate."

Select "Save" to keep your changes

When the prompt appears, select "Yes" to save your changes.

Select "Apply" to cast the glamours

You can apply the glamours saved to the glamour plate to your currently equipped gear directly from the glamour dresser.

* Glamours will only be applied to body parts with gear equipped.
* Glamour prisms are not required when applying glamours from a glamour plate.

If you are not wearing equipment for a particular category:
A small X will be displayed on the bottom left of the icon in the glamour plate.

Finished!

The glamour plate you have created is now applied to your character's current gear.

Glamour Plate Availability  [NEW]  [Updated]

Glamour plates can be used not only in inn rooms, but anywhere within large cities and residential areas. When available, you can press the Glamour Plate button above the character window to view and select a glamour.

* Glamour plates cannot be used in instanced areas or outside of large settlements.

Glamour plates can be used not only in inn rooms, but anywhere within large cities and residential areas. When available, you can press the Glamour Plate button above the character window to view and select a glamour.

* Glamour plates cannot be used in instanced areas or outside of large settlements.

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