- Main article: Duties
Duty Roulette is a feature for the Duty Finder first introduced in the patch 2.1. Duty Roulette allows the player to participate in randomized duties. Since patch 2.1, various additional roulette modes have been added or changed to reflect the changing state of the game.
An additional roulette mode, Mentor Roulette, is due to be added in patch 3.2.
Only the Leveling, Level 50, Level 60 and Expert Roulettes can be queued for with a preformed party of between 1-4 players. Trials, Main Scenario, Guildhest and Frontline can only be queued solo. The chocobo Companion cannot be used for any roulette.
Rewards for Duty Roulette
The Duty Roulette offers a daily reward that give the players a combination of experience, Grand Company Seals, Gil, Allagan Tomestone of Poetics and/or Allagan Tomestone of Law, depending on the type of duty.
|Type||Daily Poetics||Daily Esoterics||Daily Lore||Daily Gil||Daily Seals||"In Need" Bonus|
|Leveling||-||100||5||1800||503||9000 & 2520|
|Guildhests||-||-||-||2700||318||1350 & 159|
- The Gil amounts and Company Seals given are based on a level 50 class.
- The "In Need" Bonus is given to the party role (Tank, Healer or DPS) that is most needed for the Duties in that category. It is given in addition to the normal reward and doesn't have a daily limit. Most of the time, Tanks are the most needed role although sometimes Healers are needed. DPS classes are most common and as such are rarely ever in need.
Expert Duty Roulette
The Expert Duty Roulette places the player into one of the new random level 60 light party dungeon released in last patch. These new dungeons are considered harder than those in previous patches and require a higher average item level. Like the High Level Duty Roulette the roulette will only become available after unlocking and completing all the dungeons in the roulette. As of patch 3.2, the following dungeons make up the Expert Duty Roulette:
As of patch 3.2, due to the above dungeons, an average item level of at least 180 is required.
Duty Roulette: Level 60
- The Fractal Continuum
- The Aetherochemical Research Facility
- Saint Mocianne's Arboretum
- Pharos Sirius (Hard)
Duty Roulette: Level 50
The Level 50 Duty Roulette will put the player into a random level 50 light party dungeon. Unlike the Leveling Duty Roulette, the roulette will only become available after unlocking and completing all the dungeons in the roulette. As of patch 3.0, the following dungeons make up the Level 50 Duty Roulette:
- The Keeper of the Lake
- The Wanderer's Palace (Hard)
- Amdapor Keep (Hard)
- The Wanderer's Palace
- Amdapor Keep
- Pharos Sirius
- Copperbell Mines (Hard)
- Haukke Manor (Hard)
- The Lost City of Amdapor
- Halatali (Hard)
- Brayflox's Longstop (Hard)
- Hullbreaker Isle
- Tam-Tara Deepcroft (Hard)
- Stone Vigil (Hard)
- Sastasha Seagrot (Hard)
- The Sunken Temple of Qarn (Hard).
As of patch 2.4, due to the above dungeons, an average item level of at least 80 is required.
As of patch 3.1, experience is now also awarded on the defeat of enemies and bosses as well as for completion if the player is level 50 or higher.
The Leveling Roulette will put the player into a random light party dungeon under level 50 (level 60 as of patch 3.0) that the player has unlocked; or one of the three original primal trials from the main story quests (The Bowl of Embers, The Navel and The Howling Eye). Players can participate in the Leveling Roulette once they have unlocked a dungeon at level 15 or higher. The daily reward for Leveling roulette depends on your character's level and the level of the dungeon / trial. Players below level 50 will receive a larger sum of experience along with Company Seals and Gil. Additional experience will be given to the player if they run a dungeon that is far below their level. Level 50 players will receive a daily amount of Allagan Tomestones.
The Trials Duty Roulette will put the player into a random trial. Like the Leveling Duty Roulette, the roulette is available even if you have not unlocked all trials in the roulette (e.g. you do not have to have completed all of the Heavensward or Manderville trials before accessing the roulette). As of patch 3.0, the following trials make up the Trials Duty Roulette:
- Cape Westwind
- The Bowl of Embers (Hard)
- Battle on the Big Bridge
- A Relic Reborn: The Chimera
- A Relic Reborn: The Hydra
- The Howling Eye (Hard)
- Thornmarch (Hard)
- The Navel (Hard)
- The Whorleater (Hard)
- The Striking Tree (Hard)
- The Dragon's Neck
- The Akh Afah Amphitheatre (Hard)
- The Chrysalis
- Battle in the Big Keep
- The Steps of Faith
- Thok ast Thok (Hard)
- The Limitless Blue (Hard)
Main Scenario Roulette
Main Scenario Duty Roulette will place the player into one of the two full party dungeons from the finale of the main storyline quest, either Castrum Meridianum or The Praetorium. Completing both dungeons is necessary to unlock this roulette.
Guildhests Duty Roulette places the player into a random guildhest the player has unlocked. Players can begin to participate in this Duty Roulette at level 10 or higher. Roulette unlocks automatically when you unlock your first guildhest. Higher level guildhests are unlocked when players complete the previous set and are at least the same level as the next set, in increments of 5 levels until level 40.
- See also: Mentor System