How to get the FFXIV 6.5 PVP glamor gear

One example of the FFXIV 6.5 PVP gearset alongside a photo of the place it can be obtained.

One example of the FFXIV 6.5 PVP gearset alongside a photo of the place it can be obtained.

Dying to know how to get the FF14 6.5 PVP glamour gear? Collectively dubbed the Cyberpunk set, this set of six different outfits are highly sought after by Eorzea's many fashionistas already. But how you get them isn't easy. Unless you're okay with a hefty grind, you may have to settle for your favourite.

With the lack of a gear grind in the Endwalker expansion thus far after the casual content of the Hildebrand relic weapons, the introduction of a complicated new glamour set could be just what the add-on needs to keep us all busy pre-Dawntrail.

To get all caught up, check out the FFXIV patch 6.5 hub for what's arrived, and what's set to come with 6.51 and 6.55 down the line. For similar grinds, check out the Shadowbringers relic weapon guide and Heavensward relic weapon guide, too.

How to get the FF14 6.5 PVP glamour gear

You can get the 'Model Tactical' gear introduced in FFXIV patch 6.5 from the Trophy Vendor in the PVP area 'The Wolves Den'.

A map location for the FFXIV 6.5 PVP gear.
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To reach it, just look for the teleport option in the La Noscea category or take the boat from Moraby Drydocks in Lower La Noscea.

Once there, head inside the big ship, speak to the Crystal Quartermaster - Trophy Crystal Exchange vendor, and select the 'Universal' gear option.

How much does the FF14 6.5 PVP gear cost?

The Model Tactical gear costs 1,500 Trophy Crystals each. For a single complete set of the six available right now, you'll need 7,500. For every set, you'll need a whopping 45,000 Trophy Crystals.

Here's a breakdown of the prices and item names:

Name
Slot
Cost (Trophy Crystals)
Model A-1 Tactical Goggles
Head
1,500
Model A-1 Tactical Top
Body
1,500
Model A-1 Tactical Fingerless Gloves
Hands
1,500
Model A-1 Tactical Bottoms
Legs
1,500
Model A-1 Tactical Shoes
Feet
1,500
Model A-2 Tactical Goggles
Head
1,500
Model A-2 Tactical Top
Body
1,500
Model A-2 Tactical Fingerless Gloves
Hands
1,500
Model A-2 Tactical Bottoms
Legs
1,500
Model A-2 Tactical Shoes
Feet
1,500
Model B-1 Tactical Halfmask
Head
1,500
Model B-1 Tactical Jacket
Body
1,500
Model B-1 Tactical Armlets
Hands
1,500
Model B-1 Tactical Bottoms
Legs
1,500
Model B-1 Tactical Shoes
Feet
1,500
Model B-2 Tactical Halfmask
Head
1,500
Model B-2 Tactical Jacket
Body
1,500
Model B-2 Tactical Armlets
Hands
1,500
Model B-2 Tactical Bottoms
Legs
1,500
Model B-2 Tactical Shoes
Feet
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Hood
Head
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Shirt
Body
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Gloves
Hands
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Bottoms
Legs
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Longboots
Feet
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Hood
Head
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Shirt
Body
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Gloves
Hands
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Bottoms
Legs
1,500
Model C-2 Tactical Longboots
Feet
1,500

How to get more Trophy Crystals in FF14

You can earn the Trophy Crystals currency in FF14 by participating in the Crystalline Conflict PVP mode.

All six Model Tactical PVP armour sets introduced in the FFXIV 6.5 patch.
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What does the FF14 6.5 PVP gear look like?

Here's a look at a Female Hume character wearing all six sets of the new PVP glamour gear introduced in FFXIV patch 6.5.

Is the FF14 Model Tactical PVP gear gender or class locked?

No, the six Model Tactical PVP gear sets introduced in FF14 patch 6.5 are not gender locked and can be worn regardless of class. Even crafters and gatherers can wear the outfits.

Does the FF14 Model Tactical gear work no Hrothgar or Viera?

The headpieces of the Model Tactical gear will not be visible on Hrothgar or Viera character models.

Can the FF14 Model Tactical gear be dyed?

Yes, you can dye the Model Tactical PVP gear by default.

How to unlock the Wolves' Den Pier in FFXIV

If you have yet to unlock the Wolves Den Pier area, reach level 30 with any battle class and complete your Grand Company's version of the 'A Pup No Longer' quest.

For some FFXIV guides from the past, check out how to get the Platinum Seahorse, how to get the Lalafell Lifter, and how to get the Orthos Display Stand. Those last two are some popular housing items.

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