White Mage Healer Gear and Best in Slot — Endwalker 6.4

Last updated on May 27, 2023 at 21:45 by Pyre 3 comments

On this page, you will find the best gear and best-in-slot items for your White Mage Healer in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker (Patch 6.4).


White Mage Gearsets (BiS)

This page will contain all the endgame best-in-slot (BiS) gearsets for White Mage for the current patch. Sets are made with a simulator that takes into account Mana uptime, a statistic to measure how long a job can continually cast before it runs out of Mana, in addition to averaging the DPS output of a set to compare to others. If you wish to see more about these sets, to check out additional sets, or simply desire to fiddle around with gearsets yourself to compare to what we've found, you can go to the White Mage Gear Calculator Spreadsheet.

If you are currently gearing up your White Mage, you can find more information about how certain stats and substats affect this job in our guide's melding section.

Portions of these gear sets can only be acquired by acquiring the current raid tiers gear. A guide for the content can be found links below.


Patch 6.4 White Mage Gear Sets

White Mage has the most flexibility of any of the healers in terms of sets; it has fairly low Mana requirements as Lily heals are free and on average equivalent to Glare Icon Glare in potency, and has Thin Air Icon Thin Air to alleviate the Mana costs of Raise Icon Raise or GCD heals such as Medica II Icon Medica II. While Scholar and Astrologian require certain GCD's to keep their raid buffs aligned with the rest of the party, White Mage has no such restraints and can run almost any GCD comfortably. As a result, White Mage can run any of the other healer's sets without any substantial damage loss over its own "preferred" sets.


Min-Piety BiS Sets

Min-Piety sets offer the highest damage potential as they forgo all Piety in favor of damage-oriented stats. Since White Mage has little GCD constraints, the below sets all offer similar damage at a few different GCDs, and any set can be selected based purely on preferred GCD.


Low-speed Set - 2.45 GCD

This is the slowest possible Min-Piety set and offers the highest Direct Hit of any of the Min-Piety sets.


Mid-speed Set - 2.38 GCD

This set has the highest average damage of any set by a tiny amount and also offers the best Presence of Mind Icon Presence of Mind alignment of the available sets, however has no overlap with other healers and thus should only be run if you don't intend to play other jobs.


High-Speed Set - 2.34 GCD

This set utlizes substantially more Spell Speed melds to reach even faster GCDs if preferred. Alignment is slightly worse that 2.38.


Higher-Piety Sets


Low-speed Set - 2.45 GCD

This set is a great starter set to aim for as it runs a fairly slow GCD and has plenty of extra Piety for all your GCD healing and rez needs. It is identical to the min-piety low-speed set above with the tome ring swapped for a raid ring. This is a good set to run if you're unsure of the quality of a party and may die, rez, or need to GCD heal without Mana concerns.


Mid-speed Set - 2.38 GCD

This set is slighlty faster than the above set and identical to the min-piety mid-speed set with the tome ring wapped to a raid ring. This set is useful if you want a faster GCD but still want slightly more than base piety for more prog-oriented parties or PF.


The Omega Protocol Prog Sets

Ultimate prog sets forgo a bit of damage for higher Vitality, Determination, and Piety than speedkill focused savage sets. The below sets are excellent options if you are planning on doing the new ultimate.


Low-Piety TOP Prog Set

TOP ended up being substantially lighter on healing and heavier on damage requirements than prior ultimates, so this set aims for more damage at the expense of piety compared to prior ultimate sets, but still maintains the max vitality required for some damage checks. The same set works on every other healer as well.



  • 27 May 2023: Sets updated for patch 6.4, TOP sets adjusted to current standard.
  • 10 Jan. 2023: Sets updated for Patch 6.3, TOP prog sets added.
  • 28 Aug. 2022: Updated for Patch 6.2.
  • 20 Apr. 2022: Updated sets for 6.1 WHM changes.
  • 14 Feb. 2022: Guide added.
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