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Discipline: Disciple of War
Role: Physical Ranged DPS.png Physical Ranged DPS
Class weapon: Carbine

Machinist is a Disciple of War physical ranged DPS job available in Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward.

Description[edit | edit source]

The war with Dravania rages on, brutal and unrelenting. With no end in sight, the Holy See grows desperate. As her dragoons lay down their lives in defense of their home, Ishgard turns to technology to protect her sons and daughters. Great cannons and ballistas now line the city walls, plucking dragons from the sky.

Following the example of Cid Garlond, who has demonstrated the potency of magitek, the Skysteel Manufactory works tirelessly on the development of advanced armaments. As new and devastating weapons are brought to the fray, a new class of champion arises to wield them―the machinist.

Requirements[edit | edit source]

Trainers[edit | edit source]

Job gauge[edit | edit source]

Ammunition Gauge[edit | edit source]

The Ammunition Gauge indicates the number of rounds of special ammunition currently loaded in a machinist's firearm. Special ammunition can be loaded to any firearm by executing the action Reload.

Ammunition Gauge

Heat Gauge[edit | edit source]

The Heat Gauge─indicating a firearm's temperature─is displayed upon execution of the action Gauss Barrel. When the gauge reaches 100, the firearm becomes overheated. While overheated, a firearm will deal additional damage, but will soon become too hot to use. At this time, the Gauss Barrel is automatically removed and cannot be reattached until it cools.

Heat Gauge

Heat Gauge Heat Gauge

Upon learning the trait Shot Mastery at level 64, maintaining a high firearm temperature will render the actions Split Shot, Slug Shot, and Clean Shot heated, increasing their damage.

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