Shadowbringers content


From Final Fantasy XIV Online Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Journal icon1.png



the Aleforged
Female ♀
Dwarf (Dunesfolk)
Vanquisher of Virtue
The Crystarium (10.7,15.4)
Quest NPC

Giott is a Dwarf found in The Crystarium.

Quests Started

Quest Type Level Quest Giver
Traditions and Travails Role quest 70 Giott
Affronts and Allies Role quest 72 Giott
The Scientific Method Role quest 74 Giott
The Lost and the Found Role quest 76 Giott
Never to Return Role quest 78 Giott
The Soul of Temperance Role quest 80 Giott

Quests Involved In

Quest Type Level Quest Giver
Warrior of Darkness Main Scenario quest 71 Crystal Exarch

Additional Information

Note: Data mining tools show that Giott is using a Male Lalafell model. It is unknown the reason for this, but the quest text makes her gender unambiguous.


"Don't you know better'n to sneak up on a dwarf mid-flagon?"

The Tholls' strongest warrior at two and twenty summers, Giott was tasked by their village elders with slaying the sin eater Sophrosyne—it and its uncanny resemblance to Lamitt, infamous disgrace to all dwarvenkind. Pursuit of that goal found the frequently soused dwarf in the Crystarium and the company of a resourceful adventurer. During their travels together, Giott learned the truth behind the narrative surrounding Lamitt, and was forced to examine the cruelty perpetuated by dwarven tradition. The hunter would go on to defy that tradition in the name of defeating Sophrosyne and, more significantly, helping Lamitt's spirit find peace. Head held high in exile, Giott can generally be found at the Wandering Stairs, downing copious amounts of grog and threatening fools with a righteous dwarven decking.

— Encyclopaedia Eorzea Volume III, p. 155

The Ol' Barrel

The hollow head of this otherwise ordinary warhammer is generally filled with hard liquor to be consumed in the case of emergency. Unsurprisingly, the liquid sloshing around inside makes for an unbalanced weapon, causing Giott to abandon it in favor of a fist or two when the situation calls for finesse—or simply swifter violence.

— Encyclopaedia Eorzea Volume III, p. 155