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==How to Obtain==
 
==How to Obtain==
 
{{AH|Materials|Woodworking}}
 
{{AH|Materials|Woodworking}}
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===Merchants===
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|- style="background:#ffdead"
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|colspan="3"| '''Price:''' 5,500 gil
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|- style="background:#ffdead"
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!width="30%"| Name
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|- style="background:#e3e6ff"
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| [[Cauzeriste]]
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| {{Location|Northern San d'Oria|E-3}}
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| {{Merchant|Guild|}}
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*Participate in a Union during Campaign Battle by talking to a [[Campaign Arbiter]].
 
*Participate in a Union during Campaign Battle by talking to a [[Campaign Arbiter]].
 
===Campaign Unions===
 
===Campaign Unions===

Revision as of 04:09, April 1, 2016


Feyweald Log

Statistics

Feyweald log
A rough-cut log from a tree of the
Feyweald, the pixie forest of legend.


Stackable: Not Stackable

Other Uses

Resale Price: 770~789 gil

Synthesis Recipes

None

Used in Recipes

Desynthesis Recipes

None

Obtained from Desynthesis

  • Information

How to Obtain

Auction House Category: Materials > Woodworking ( )

Merchants

Price: 5,500 gil
Name Location Type
Cauzeriste Northern San d'Oria (E-3) Guild Merchant
  • Participate in a Union during Campaign Battle by talking to a Campaign Arbiter.

Campaign Unions

Obtained randomly through lot in Campaign Unions

Historical Background

Fey is a word for fairies and has multiple spellings (including fay). It is also a word meaning "doomed, fated to die", often ascribed to supernatural causes and evidenced by abnormal behavior (cognate to Old Norse féigr, German feige). In Scottish superstition fey refers to supernatural abilities such as prophecy (not necessarily related to dying or death). The name "Weald" is derived from the Old English weald, meaning "forest". The common understanding of weald is a wood or forest. It also can refer to a wooded land or region that ranges from an open country to a deep forest. More generically it can refer to a wild or untamed location. Putting the two words together, and looking at the description of this item, the translation could be: fairywood.

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