Sage Healer Gear and Best in Slot — Endwalker 6.1

Last updated on Apr 20, 2022 at 22:35 by Zyrk 3 comments

On this page, you will find the best gear and best-in-slot items for your Sage Healer in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker (Patch 6.1).

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Sage Gear Sets

This page presents several premade best-in-slot (BiS) gear sets for end-game Savage raiding, along with explanations that should help you choose the set that best fits your needs. If you are curious about how we create these sets, or if you would like to compare other sets, you can view the Sage Relative Damage Calculator.

While you are gearing up, it is a good idea to have a set to work toward so that you can spend your weekly capped Tomestones effectively. However, the stat priorities of these best-in-slot sets do not necessarily apply to progression raiding. Notably, many of these sets have very little Piety (or none at all). This is not generally recommended for progression.

You can find Sage's general stat priorities and explanations on the Stats and Melding page.

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Patch 6.05 Gear Sets - Pandaemonium: Asphodelos (Savage)

2.1.

Standard Best-in-Slot

2.1.1.

Standard with Tomestone Ring

With efficient healing, this set is comfortable for general use. Using the Tomestone ring sacrifices an extremely small amount of damage for a significant boost to your MP (and an extra 389 max HP). It can tolerate a few extra safety heals or a raise without much trouble, but it may not have enough MP to support messy runs with multiple raises or a lot of extra GCD healing.

2.1.2.

Standard with Crafted Ring

This version of the set replaces the Tomestone ring with a crafted ring for a tiny bit more damage at the expense of your MP. It is recommended only for controlled environments because its lack of Piety leaves very little room for error.

2.2.

High Piety/Safety Sets

These sets sacrifice a little more than 2% DPS in exchange for having much more MP. They should be comfortable handling multiple raises and plenty of GCD healing, making them very safe for raiding with Party Finder groups.

2.2.1.

Base GCD Speed

This set has an even 2.50 GCD, giving it perfect GCD alignment for refreshing Eukrasian Dosis III Icon Eukrasian Dosis III. The slow GCD means its MP lasts quite a long time. It should be an extremely safe set.

2.2.2.

Heavy Piety

This set provides a bit less damage than the Base GCD Speed set and has even more MP. This is as safe as it gets without making significantly larger damage sacrifices.

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Changelog

  • 20 Apr. 2022: Updated for Patch 6.1
  • 20 Feb. 2022: Guide added.
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