I’ve had the worst of luck when it comes to weapon drops to go along with the new Voeburtite sets from Shadowbringers, but I did finally manage to snag one to go along with the few full sets that I’ve accumulated. As it happens, the Voeburtite Garb of Aiming is probably my favorite of the sets from Dohn Mheg, too, which is a nice little bonus. Like all of the Voeburtite sets, this one requires level 73 to wear.
The five main items in the set are the Voeburtite Beret of Aiming, Voeburtite Jacket of Aiming, Voeburtite Gauntlets of Aiming, Voeburtite Gaskins of Aiming, and Voeburtite Thighboots of Aiming. These items are non-dyeable. The weapons that come from Dohn Mheg, including the Fae Longbow, Fae Pistol, and Fae Tathlums (pictured above in both its normal color scheme and dyed Dalamud Red) for Aiming classes, are dyeable, however (which is a bit of unique situation for dungeon gear).
Thanks to its overall light construction, the Voeburtite Garb of Aiming doesn’t have any significant clipping issues for bodies, tails, or hairstyles. While the set can’t be dyed, it has a fairly flexible color scheme for a variety of adventuring-style glamours, and it also offers a slightly more armored look for ranged classes, which frequently end up with cloth gear in other sets. Although many of the Voeburtite pieces are shared across various roles, the Aiming set also has one of the only completely role-unique pieces in the Voeburtite Beret, making this set one of the better ones from Shadowbringers to target specifically for glamour reasons.
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