Starting with Shadowbringers, I want to do something to alleviate the difficulty of finding solid images of dungeon gear in FFXIV. In what I hope will be a long running series, I’m going to make an effort to catalog screenshots of the expansion’s new gearsets. These will come in no particular order except the one that I’m able to acquire the complete left-side for the game’s various armor types for each dungeon, with the very first one (appropriately) covering the Lakeland Garb of Scouting. I’ll endeavor to make these galleries as spoiler-free as possible, but be warned that they will include minor spoilers, such as the gear’s appearance itself and the names of dungeons or other instances where the items can be found!
The Lakeland Garb of Scouting can be found in the first dungeon of Shadowbringers, Holminster Switch. Like in Stormblood, all of the gear in the new expansion’s first dungeon is based on previously obtainable models, though in most cases, the models are available for certain roles for the first time. In the case of the Scouting gear, the set is a recolor with some additional flare of the Bogatyr’s Garb from the final dungeons of A Realm Reborn, which was available to Ranged DPS, Casting DPS, and Healers. The set can be worn by Scouting classes (which as of writing applies only to Rogue/Ninja) of level 71 or higher. As with most dungeon gear, the Lakeland Garb of Scouting is non-dyeable.
Set Pieces (Requirements: NIN 71)
Weapon: Lakeland Daggers
Head: Lakeland Blinder of Scouting
Body: Lakeland Longcoat of Scouting
Hands: Lakeland Gloves of Scouting
Legs: Lakeland Slops of Scouting
Feet: Lakeland Thighboots of Scouting
The set focuses on three colors—mainly two shades of brown and some secondary black—with the tiniest hints of red and silver to give things a little bit more character. When compared to the Bogatyr’s Garb sets the Lakeland Garb of Scouting takes after, it is rather drab, much like the original Bogatyr’s Garb of Healing, which is a bit of a disappointment when the original Aiming and Casting sets were much more striking visually, with a lot of black and a deep red, respectively.
As with many sets that include a longer coat or robe for a body piece, there are some minor clipping issues with the Lakeland Longcoat of Scouting, with the potential for fingers to clip through the coat below the waist depending on idle pose. The Lakeland Blinder of Scouting will clip with certain hairstyles as well. Otherwise, the set is modeled fairly well, and opens up some new options for Ninjas and future Scouting classes on the glamour front, including two of my favorite models for gloves and boots in the game (though the color scheme in this case sadly means I won’t be likely to use them myself).
That’s all there is to be said about the Lakeland Garb of Scouting. More Shadowbringers galleries will hopefully follow in the coming weeks as I manage to collect the various sets!
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4 thoughts on “Gear Set Gallery: Lakeland Garb of Scouting”
If I may make a suggestion for your sanity, you’ll likely be running the dungeons an ungodly amount of times to get all the sets for these galleries, and so, it might be better for you to wait until after you’ve completed the MSQ. I say this because when you complete the MSQ, your Trust system resets and all your NPCs fall back down to 71. You need to grind them all back up to 80, and they gain xp at roughly 1/4 the rate you do. In essence, you will roughly need to lvl 3-4 classes from 71-80 using Trusts to max out your Trust NPCs.
So you might as well kill 2 birds with one stone.
Anyways, thank you for the awesome blog!
I just finished the MSQ last night, and that is in fact my plan! The ones I’ve done so far I got through the course of normal leveling pretty much, so I wasn’t yet really going out of my way!
Ah, great, looking forward to it! I don’t think FF14 Style is going to be updated anytime soon with the new dungeon sets, and besides, your pics look better.
Glad you think so!