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How to Unlock Flying in Heavensward

One of the big new features in Final Fantasy XIV's first expansion, Heavensward, is that players will be finally taking to the sky on flying mounts.  But, as with all things FFXIV, there's a bit of a process when it comes to learning how to ride said flying mounts. ffxiv gil. Plus, you're probably wondering how to get that snazzy new Black Chocobo in the expansion too. In this quick-start guide, we hope to help you figure it out and get into the air as fast as possible.

What's really cool about Flying Mounts in FFXIV is that some of the previously ground-only mounts like your Company Chocobo will be able to fly. So flying isn't so much about obtaining an actual mount, as it is about learning how to fly from the denizens of the new areas in Heavensward.

As with many things in FFXIV, the ability to fly comes via the Main Scenario Quest, or specifically the quest called "Divine Intervention" which is not too far into the 3.0 content.  It's worth noting that flying mounts won't work in all areas of the game, rather just the locations specific to Heavensward such as Ishhgard and Coerthas Western Highlands.  For those wondering if there are other benefits, you'll be happy to know that flying speed is 200% as opposed to the typical 100% on the ground.  When on the ground, flying mounts still run at 100%, not 200% though.